Vincent F. Mancuso
Dr. Vincent F. Mancuso is an Assistant Group Leader in the Artificial Intelligence Technology Group at MIT Lincoln Laboratory. He joined MIT Lincoln Laboratory as a member of the technical staff in 2015. Since joining the Laboratory, his work has focused on human factors in cyber operations and emerging issues in human-machine. Specifically, he focuses on understanding the intersection of artificial intelligence and human cognitive and collaborative work to better inform system design and process engineering to improve human performance and decision making. He is well published in the fields of team psychology, human performance measurement, and cyber human factors.
Prior to joining Lincoln Laboratory, Mancuso was a postdoctoral researcher at the U.S. Air Force Research Lab, working in the Human Performance Wing’s Applied Neuroscience branch. There, he conducted research focused on cyber operator performance monitoring and optimization.
Mancuso holds a PhD degree in information sciences and technology from the Pennsylvania State University (2012) with a focus on human factors and team cognition. He earned a BS degree in information systems and human-computer interaction at Carnegie Mellon University in 2007. He is a member of the Human Factors and Ergonomics Society where he currently serves as the program chair for the Cybersecurity Technical Group.