Spring 2022 Diversity & Inclusion Seminar Talk – Dr. Jerone Dunbar

Dr. Jerone Dunbar, Thursday January 20, 2022, 11:00am-11:55am Central Time Zone

Register to Attend (free but required):


Once you register, you will receive an email with the zoom link. The zoom link is what you will click on to join the talk on January 20th at 11am central time zone.

This talk will not be recorded.

Title of Talk:

Transitioning from Academia and Tech, to Automotive Research and Development

About Dr. Jerone Dunbar:

Dr. Jerone Dunbar conducted his Ph.D. research in the Human Experience Research Lab at the University of Florida (UF) under the advisement of Dr. Juan E. Gilbert. In 2018, he received his doctoral degree in Human-Centered Computing, which is within the Computer & Information Science & Engineering Department in the Herbert Wertheim College of Engineering at UF. Jerone’s research interests is focused on interaction experiences for in-vehicle technologies and applications, driver distraction, driver drowsiness and electrophysiological devices. Jerone received his BS and MS degrees in Computer Science at St. Thomas Aquinas College and Clemson University respectively. He currently works at the Honda Auto Development Center where he is the Infotainment User Experience Research Lead and Senior Engineer. Prior to his current role, Jerone worked for several companies in Silicon Valley such as Intel Labs, Intel, Google Search, and Google Maps. Outside of working on the future technology for cars, Jerone enjoys cooking, playing soccer, travelling, driving, and reading about medical research and wellness.

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