Na Du

  • Assistant Professor

Na Du is an Assistant Professor in the Department of Informatics and Networked Systems. She received her Ph.D. in Industrial & Operations Engineering from the University of Michigan. Her research aims to improve human performance, safety, and well-being by applying human factors and data analytics to the analysis, design, and evaluation of technologies. Her research interests include human factors in smart cities, computational modeling of human behaviors, and human-centered design. 

Institution of Highest Degree

  • University of Michigan

Representative Publications

Du, N., Zhou, F., Pulver E., Tilbury, D. M., Robert, L. P., Pradhan, A. K., & Yang, X. J. (2020). Predicting driver takeover performance in conditionally automated driving. Accident & Analysis Prevention

Du, N., Huang, K., Yang, X. J. (2019). Not all information is equal: Effects of disclosing likelihood information on trust, compliance and reliance, and task performance in human-automation team. Human Factors.

Research Interests

Human Factors
Computational modeling of human behavior
Human Centered Design