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Dominique Engome Tchupo

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  • PhD in Industrial & Systems Engineering
  • Communication & Team Performance
  • Phone: Current
  • Email: kizume16@my.uri.edu

Biography

Hello. I’m a PhD student in Industrial & Systems Engineering from Cameroon. I obtained both my B.S. and M.S. from URI in 2017 and 2018, respectively. My area of interest in ISE is Ergonomics. My research focuses on understanding how team communication affects team performance using a method known as fuzzy cognitive mapping. Currently, my work is exploring how these fuzzy cognitive maps can be compared in general, and with communication, using graph theory and advanced algorithms. Ultimately, I wish to work in the healthcare sector, in which I have always been interested.

Outside of school, I love Sci-Fi, reading, and anime. Some of my (current) favorite fandoms include Doctor Who, Merlin (BBC), Marvel, and Harry Potter.

 

Award: Saint Clair Drake Award for Outstanding Scholarly Research, URI, April 2017

Education

MS in Systems Engineering, University of Rhode Island, 2018

BS in Industrial & Systems Engineering, University of Rhode Island, 2017

Publications

Engome Tchupo, D. (2018). Fuzzy Cognitive Map (FCMs) In Communication. The University of Rhode Island. Master’s Thesis.

Engome Tchupo, D., Sreeramakavacham, S., Kim, J. H., & Macht, G. A. (2017). Fuzzy Logic Patterns Communication and Team Performance. Proceedings of the 61st Human Factors and Ergonomics Society (HFES) Annual Meeting: Communication, Austin, TX, October 9-13. [pdf]

Engome Tchupo, D., Sreeramakavacham, S., Kim, J. H., & Macht, G. A. (2017). Communication Patterns and Team Performance: A Working Model. Proceedings of the 2017 Institute of Industrial and Systems Engineering (IISE) Annual Conference: Sensors & Devices for Human-Systems Interaction, Pittsburgh, PA, May 20-23.

 

IN THE PRESS

Rosenfeld, M. (2019, Feb. 21). University event highlights complexities of data power: Panelists argue big data can both reinforce and transform systemic inequities. The Brown Daily Herald, Brown University, Retrieved from browndailyherald.com.

Personal website: https://www.linkedin.com/in/dominique-engome/

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