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Charles River Analytics at 51st HFES Annual Meeting

Scientists from Charles River Analytics presented their research at the 51st Annual Meeting of the Human Factors and Ergonomics Society (HFES), which took place from October 1-5, 2007, at the Baltimore Marriot Waterfront Hotel in Baltimore, Maryland.

Charles River’s contributions to the annual meeting included the following:

  • Dr. Jonathan Pfautz, Vice President of Cognitive Systems, chaired the panel, Meta-Information Communication and Representation, with co-chair, Emilie M. Roth (Roth Cognitive Engineering), and panelists, Ann M. Bisantz (U. at Buffalo-SUNY) Cullen Jackson (Aptima, Inc.), Gina Thomas (U.S. Air Force Research Lab), and J. Gregory Trafton (U.S. Naval Research Lab).
  • Dr. Scott Neal Reilly, Vice President of Decision Management, presented research on Modeling the Effects of Behavior Moderators for Simulation-Based Human Factors Design. Co-authors on the paper are Charles River’s John Bachman, Karen Harper, Stephen Marotta, and Jonathan Pfautz.
  • Dr. Ryan Kilgore, Senior Scientist, chaired the session, Intelligence Analysis and presented the paper, Formalizing Ecological Display Development: The Form Comparison Matrix.
  • Dr. Ashley Nunes, Senior Scientist, co-chaired the panel, Safety and Training with Chair Sherry Chappell (SA Technologies).


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