Jamie Reep B.S., M.S. | College of Information Sciences and Technology
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Jamie Reep, B.S., M.S.

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Jamie Reep
Title(s):
  • Lecturer of Information Sciences and Technology

  • IST Ph.D. Student (Adviser: Michael McNeese, Cohort: Fall 2014)

Contact:
E342A Westgate Building
University Park, PA 16802
814-863-2522
Education:
  • Penn State University, Ph.D. (In Progress) in Information Sciences & Technology

  • Penn State University, M.S. in Information Sciences & Technology

  • Penn State University, B.S. in Information Sciences & Technology

Research Interests:

Given Jamie's broad experience working in the IT industry for large oil and gas companies, his interests lie at the intersection of designing and developing technology solutions that take into account the rigors of this unique environment that remains sensitive to the needs of the workers. Through the application of the Living Lab Framework, Jamie hopes to ethnographically study the oil and gas workers in situ in order to develop a scaled-world simulation of the context within which various research studies can analyze and inform future designs of technologies to be used by this demographic.

Publications:

Peer Reviewed Conferences

Endsley, T., Wu, Y., & Reep, J. (2014). The Source of the Story: Evaluating the Credibility of Crisis Information Sources. In S. R. Hiltz, M. S. Pfaff, L. Plotnick, & P. C. Shih (Eds.), Proceedings of the Information Systems for Crisis Response and Management (ISCRAM) (Vol. 1, pp. 158–162).

Endsley, T. C., Reep, J. A., McNeese, M. D., & Forster, P. K. (2015). Conducting Cross-National Research: Lessons Learned for the Human Factors Practitioner. In Proceedings of the Human Factors and Ergonomics Society Annual Meeting (Vol. 59, pp. 1147–1151). Los Angeles, CA. doi:10.1177/1541931215591177

Endsley, T., Reep, J., McNeese, M. D., & Forster, P. (2015). Crisis Management Simulations: Lessons Learned from a Cross-cultural Perspective. In Procedia Manufacturing (Vol. 3, pp. 3917–3924). doi:10.1016/j.promfg.2015.07.918

McNeese, M., McNeese, N. J., Endsley, T., Reep, J., & Forster, P. (2017). Simulating Team Cognition in Complex Systems: Practical Considerations for Researchers. In K. S. Hale & K. M. Stanney (Eds.), Advances in Neuroergonomics and Cognitive Engineering (Vol. 488, pp. 255–267). Springer International Publishing. doi:10.1007/978-3-319-41691-5_22

Book Chapters

Endsley, T., Reep, J., Forster, P. (2017). A Case Study of Crisis Management Readiness in Cross-National Contexts:  Applying Team Cognition Theories to Crisis Response Teams. In M.D. McNeese & P. Forster (Eds.), Cognitive Systems Engineering: An Integrative Living Laboratory Framework.

McNeese, M.D., Reep, J. (2017). A Cognitive-Systems Approach to Understanding Natural Gas Exploration Supply Chains: A Purview and Research Agenda. In M.D. McNeese & P. Forster (Eds.), Cognitive Systems Engineering: An Integrative Living Laboratory Framework.

Conference Presentations

Hall, D., McNeese, M., Giacobe, N., Endsley, T., & Reep, J. (2015). Models and Experiments in Cognition-Based Cyber Situation Awareness. Presented at ARO-MURI Cyber-Situation Awareness Technical Review Meeting at the University of Maryland. July 9, 2015.