Associate Dean Kevin Corker receives $1.7M NASA Grant

Associate Dean Kevin Corker has been awarded by NASA a $1.7 million grant to work on "Computational Models of Human Workload: Definition, Refinement, Integration, and Validation in Fast-Time National Airspace Simulations."

The work is supported by NASA in conjunction with an intergovernmental "Joint Planning and Development Office," which is a national initiative to anticipate and investigate future air transportation technologies. The research grant supports work in prediction of human-system safety and effectiveness and helps define human-automation requirements for system wide information management and air traffic control.