SONIC and ATLAS members attended the 2017 NASA Investigators’ Workshop in Galveston, TX

SONIC and ATLAS members: eight graduate students, one undergraduate researcher, and two post-doctoral researchers attended the NASA Human Research Program Investigators’ Workshop in Galveston, TX from January 23rd – January 26th.


Our team, together with our collaborators at DePaul, was showcasing eleven posters and presenting on three panels.

You can see the seven SONIC and ATLAS posters here:

Gabe Plummer: The Costs of Switching Between Team and Multiteam Tasks and The Role of Shared Cognition

Brennan Antone: Faulty Analysis: Analyzing Different Faultline Measurement Algorithms for Long-Duration Space Exploration

Zach Gibson: Building Extreme Teams: Simulating team Composition Effects in Isolated and Confined Environments

Patrick Park: Understanding Elective Task Switching

Ashley Niler:  Impact of Social Connectedness, Communication Delay, and Sleep Deprivation on Cognitive Network Similarity in Analog Teams

Ilya Gokhman: Leadership Networks in Space Crews

Igor Zakhlebin: Influence of Interpersonal Perceptions on Team Structure in Long-Duration Space Exploration Missions


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