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Dr. Brinkley is an Assistant Professor of Human-Centered Computing in Clemson University’s School of Computing. Broadly, his research is focused on exploring issues of accessibility and how to leverage technology to support the social good.
The desire to work in these areas has resulted in Dr. Brinkley and team investigating the usability of autonomous vehicles, social networking site accessibility and issues related to older adults and persons with disabilities.
- $2+ million as PI, Co-PI or Investigator
- Awards from NSF, NHTSA
Ph.D. in Human – Centered Computing, University of Florida
Dissertation: Autonomous Vehicles and Blind Operators
M.S. in Software Engineering, East Carolina University
Thesis: Exploring the Usability Issues Encountered by Individuals with Visual Impairments on Social Networking Sites: Problem Description, System Evaluation and Semantic Web Solution
B.A. University of North Carolina-Greensboro, Greensboro, NC
At the University of Florida Dr. Brinkley was co-advised by Drs. Juan Gilbert and Shaundra Daily (Duke University). At East Carolina University he was advised by Dr. M.H. Nasseh Tabrizi.