Andrew L. Kun

Andrew L. Kun

Associate Professor

Education:

  • B.S. University of New Hampshire, 1992
  • M.S. University of New Hampshire, 1994
  • Ph.D. University of New Hampshire 1997

Biography

Andrew L. Kun was born in Szeged, Hungary in 1968. He received his BS, MS, and PhD degrees in electrical engineering from the University of New Hampshire in 1992, 1994, and 1997, respectively. He has been an assistant and then associate professor at the Electrical and Computer Engineering Department of the University of New Hampshire since September 2000.

Research Areas

Speech user interfaces, pervasive computing.

Publications

  • Zeljko Medenica, Andrew L. Kun, Tim Paek, Oskar Palinko, “Augmented Reality vs. Street Views: A Driving Simulator Study Comparing Two Emerging Navigation Aids,” MobileHCI, Stockholm, Sweden, 2011
  • Oskar Palinko, Andrew L. Kun, “Exploring the Influence of Light and Cognitive Load on Pupil Diameter in Driving Simulator Studies,” Driving Assessment, Olympic Valley, CA, 2011
  • Fan Yang, Peter A. Heeman, Andrew L. Kun, “An Investigation of Interruptions and Resumptions in Multi-Tasking Dialogues,” Computational Linguistics, 37, 1, 2011
  • Alexander Shyrokov, Andrew L. Kun, Peter Heeman, “Spoken Tasks for Human-Human Experiments: Towards In-Car Speech User Interfaces for Multi-Threaded Dialogue,” Automotive User Interfaces, Pittsburgh, PA, 2010
  • Oskar Palinko, Andrew L. Kun, Alexander Shyrokov, Peter Heeman, “Estimating Cognitive Load Using Remote Eye Tracking in a Driving Simulator,” Eye Tracking Research & Applications, Austin, TX, 2010
  • Andrew L. Kun, Tim Paek, Zeljko Medenica, Nemanja Memarovic, Oskar Palinko, “Glancing at Personal Navigation Devices Can Affect Driving: Experimental Results and Design Implications,” Automotive User Interfaces, Essen, Germany, 2009
  • Andrew L. Kun, Tim Paek, Zeljko Medenica, “The effect of speech interface accuracy on driving performance,” Interspeech, Antwerp, Belgium, 2007
  • Andrew L. Kun, W. Thomas Miller, III and William H. Lenharth, “Computers in police cruisers,” IEEE Pervasive Computing, Volume 3, Issue 4, Pages: 34 - 41, Oct.-Dec. 2004
 Andrew L. Kun
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