Center for Human Factors in Advanced Aeronautics Technologies (CHAAT)
CHAAT performs on-going research to measure human performance in complex systems such as the Next Generation Airspace Transportation System (NextGen). We also participate in the training of the future workforce, in aeronautics and other NASA-related disciplines, through the training of students in human factors.
- A NASA University Research Center (URC)
- A multidisciplinary venue for human factors research
- Focused on the evaluation and design of air traffic management concepts and technologies
- Training students in human factors methods and techniques
- Providing support for underrepresented students to pursue careers in scientific, technological, engineering, and mathematical (STEM) careers
For much more information on CHAAT, see About CHAAT
- CHAAT and the Department of Psychology are pleased to announce that Ms. Gabriella Hancock, Ph.D Candidate in Applied Experimental Psychology and Human Factors at University of Central Florida will join our faculty in Fall 2017.
Congratulations To Our Recent Graduates
- Yuting Sun - Assessment of the Newly Developed Methods for Accessibility Evaluations of E-textbooksThesis in review.
- Sam Curtis - Disruptions Love Company: Investigating Flow Disruption Clusters in Robotic Surgery Thesis in review.
- Adriana Miramontes - Examining Eye Fixation Patterns During the Situation Present Assessment Method (SPAM) Under Varying Levels of Workload Thesis in review.
- Gregory Blake Arnsdorff - The Effect of Part-task and Whole-task Training on Air Traffic Controller Communication Complexity.
- Isis A. Chong De La Cruz - The Role of Language Profiles in Complex Driving Environments.
- John Sweet - The Comparative Benefits and Hazards of EFBs and Paper Documents in the Cockpit
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