Psychophysiological Aspects of Flight Safety in Aerospace Operations – Warsaw, 16th-17th of September

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On the 16th and 17th of September a workshop dedicated to the human factor in aerospace operations will be held in Warsaw, Poland. This event is organized by the Polish Military Institute of Aviation Medicine and the NASA Ames Research Center.

Military Institute of Aviation Medicine (WIML), Warsaw, POLAND
NASA Ames Research Center, Moffett Field, CA, USA

Under the auspices of:

– The National Centre for Research and Development (NCBiR)
– National Security Bureau of Poland (BBN)
– Polish Academy of Sciences (PAN)
– Ministry of Science and Higher Education (MNiSW)
– Polish Air Force Command

Human factors plays a decisive role in flight safety.  Therefore, we have decided to provide a forum for discussion of the current state and future impact of basic and applied research in the field of psychophysiology on flight safety. Internationally known experts from the United States, Russian Federation, and Poland will discuss the following topics:

– Neurophysiological and psychological determinants of human performance
– Effects of adverse environments and high workload on human behavior
– Augmented cognition approaches to command and control systems
– Psychophysiological countermeasures and crew training procedures
– Crew selection and evaluation for short and long term missions.

Location

The workshop will be held on the 16th and 17th of September 2011 at the Warsaw Hilton Hotel and Convention Centre in Warsaw, Poland.

Organizing Committee

– Olaf Truszczynski, PhD, Military Institute of Aviation Medicine
– Jerzy Achimowicz, PhD, Military Institute of Aviation Medicine
– Gaye Graves, New Business Manager, NASA Ames Research Center

Workshop Office

Military Institute of Aviation Medicine
Flight Safety Division
Tel/fax +48 (22) 685-2961
Krasińskiego 54, 01-755 Warsaw
jerzy.achimowicz@wiml.waw.pl

(Redakcja serwisu Kosmonauta.net serdecznie dziękuje Panu Profesorowi Jerzemu Achimowiczowi za przesłany tekst.)

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