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Project Title: Panel on Human Factors Science at the Army Research Laboratory

PIN: DEPS-LAB-12-03         

Major Unit:
Division on Engineering and Physical Sciences

Sub Unit:
Laboratory Assessments Board DEPS
Army Research Laboratory Technical Assessment Board

RSO:
Mozhi, Arul

Subject/Focus Area:
Behavioral and Social Sciences; Engineering and Technology


Panel on Human Factors Science at the Army Research Laboratory
June 27, 2017 - June 29, 2017
Army Research Laboratory
Aberdeen Proving Ground, MD


If you would like to attend the sessions of this meeting that are open
to the public or need more information please contact:


Contact Name:
Email: elabre@nas.edu
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Agenda:

Tuesday, 27 June 2017

Programmatic Overviews

0915-0930 Welcome, Administrative Remarks and Introductions (B459 Rm 129, Auditorium)
Dr. William Marras, Panel Chair; Dr. Philip Perconti, Director (A), ARL; and Mr. John Lockett, Director (A), ARL Human Research and Engineering Directorate (HRED)

0930-1000 ARL Overview (B459 Rm 129, Auditorium)
Dr. Philip Perconti, Director (A), ARL

1000-1040 ARL Human Sciences Overview (B459 Rm 129, Auditorium)
Mr. John Lockett, HS Campaign Lead; Director (A), HRED;

1040-1050 Break

Human Behavior: Human Variability

NOTE: Overview talks include time for Q&A. Technical Highlights talks do not include time for Q&A. Presenters will be available for Q&A during the Poster Session & Technical Interchange.

1050-1110 Human Variability Overview (B459 Rm 129, Auditorium)
Dr. Amar Marathe, Biomedical Engineer

1110-1140 Human Variability: Technical Highlights (B459 Rm 129, Auditorium)
HV.T1: Estimating direction in brain-behavior interactions: Proactive and reactive brain states in driving. Dr. Javier O. Garcia, Neuroscientist

HV.T2: “Predicting interactions with an automated driving assistant in a simulated leader-follower task. Dr. Evan C. Carter, Psychologist

HV.T3: Longitudinal study of naturalistic sleep patterns over several months and the relationship to daily changes in subjective states. Dr. Steven Thurman, Cognitive Scientist

1140-1215 Lunch Break, (B459 Rm 129, Auditorium)

“6.1 Basic Research Refresh Program and Human Sciences Campaign Update.” Dr. Kelvin S. Oie, Senior Campaign Scientist (A), Human Sciences

1215-1315 Human Variability: Poster Session & Technical Interchange (B459 Rm 131, Collaboration Commons)

Posters
HV.P1: Characterizing the uniqueness of local white matter architecture using structural connectome fingerprinting. Dr. Jean Vettel, Neuroscientist

HV.P2: Using data-driven models of brain function to predict individual differences in cognitive task performance. Dr. Kanika Bansal, Physicist

HV.P3: Allegiance and flexibility in neural networks forecast responses to health messaging. Dr. Nicole Cooper, Cognitive Neuroscientist

HV.P4: Global brain dynamics during social exclusion predict subsequent behavioral conformity. Mr. Nick Wasylyshyn, Mathematician

Lab Tours & Demonstrations
HV.D1: Mission Impact through Neurally Inspired Design (MIND) Laboratory, Brain Imaging and Experimentation Research Suite (BIERS) Laboratory, and Innovation Commons (B459, Basement)
Parallel Session
Special Session on Cybersecurity Research in the Human Sciences Campaign. Dr. Norbou Buchler, Experimental Psychologist (B459 Rm 116, HRED Director’s Conference Room)

1315-1415 Human Variability: Panel Discussion. (B459 Rm 129, Auditorium)
Moderators: NRC Panel Designee(s), Dr. Amar Marathe, Biomedical Engineer

1415-1430 Break

Human Behavior: Real-World Behavior

NOTE: Overview talk includes time for Q&A. Technical Highlights talks do not include time for Q&A. Presenters will be available for Q&A during the Poster Session & Technical Interchange.

1430-1450 Real-World Behavior Overview (B459 Rm 129, Auditorium)
Dr. Arwen DeCostanza, Industrial and Organizational Psychologist

1450-1520 Real-World Behavior: Technical Highlights (B459 Rm 129, Auditorium)

RWB.T1: Situation awareness and tie preservation in disrupted environments. Dr. Sean Fitzhugh, Computational Social Scientist

RWB.T2: Feature interactions under high dynamic range (HDR) luminance visual recognition. Dr. Chou Hung, Neuroscientist

RWB.T3: Cortical brain potentials following eye movements: The effects of saccade magnitude and spatial frequency. Dr. Anthony Ries, Research Psychologist

1520-1620 Real-World Behavior: Poster Session & Technical Interchange (B459 Rm 131, Collaboration Commons)

Posters
RWB.P1: Online adaptive data acquisition enabling ultra-low power real-world EEG. Mr. Michael Nonte, Computer Engineer, and Dr. W. David Hairston, Neuroscientist

RWB.P2: Fixation-related potentials as a natural index of task difficulty: Single-trial classification. Dr. Jon Touryan, Neuroscientist

RWB.P3: Cross-modal matching as a means of stimulus norming for the Visual World Paradigm. Dr. Kelly Dickerson, Research Psychologist

RWB.P4: Shooting performance as a function of weapon-ammunition configuration: Design, weight distribution and recoil energy. Mr. Frank Morelli, Cognitive Psychologist

RWB.P5: Computational modeling of visual recognition under high dynamic range (HDR) luminance. Dr. Andre Harrison, Computer Engineer

RWB.P6: Mental fatigue influences subsequent marksmanship decision. Dr. James Head, Human Factors/Applied Cognitive Psychologist

Lab Tours & Demonstrations
RWB.D1: Exploring conductive materials for low-cost EEG phantom devices. Dr. W. David Hairston, Neuroscientist (B459, Collaboration Commons)

RWB.D2: A translational view of authentic brain and behavior during driver-passenger interactions on I-95. Dr. Jean Vettel, Neuroscientist (B459, Parking Lot)

1620-1630 Break

1830-2030 Joint Working Dinner: TAB Panel & ARL Personnel (presenters and managers)


Wednesday, 28 June 2017

Human Behavior: Real-World Behavior

0830-0930 Real-World Behavior: Panel Discussion. (B459 Rm 129, Auditorium)
Moderators: NRC Panel Designee(s), Dr. Arwen DeCostanza, Industrial and Organizational Psychologist

Integration of Humans in Systems: Humans in Multi-Agent Systems

NOTE: Overview talk includes time for Q&A. Technical Highlights talks do not include time for Q&A. Presenters will be available for Q&A during the Poster Session & Technical Interchange.

0930-0950 Humans in Multi-Agent Systems Overview, (B459 Rm 129, Auditorium)
Dr. Norbou Buchler, Experimental Psychologist

0950-1020 Humans in Multi-Agent Systems: Technical Highlights
HMAS.T1: Mission command in the age of network-enabled operations. Dr. Norbou Buchler, Experimental Psychologist

HMAS.T2: Qualitative evaluation of Army Civil Affairs operations. Dr. David Scribner, Engineering Psychologist

HMAS.T3: Mental model consensus and shifts during intelligent agent-assisted route planning. Dr. Brandon Perelman, Applied Cognitive Scientist

1020-1115 Humans in Multi-Agent Systems: Poster Session & Technical Interchange (B459 Rm 131, Collaboration Commons)

Posters
HMAS.P1: Agent reasoning transparency: The influence of information level on automation-induced complacency. Dr. Julia Wright, Human Factors Psychologist

HMAS.P2: Investigation of user and non-user trust for on-base robotic transportation systems. Dr. Kristin Schaefer-Lay, Modeling & Simulation

HMAS.P3: Towards efficient human-robot dialogue collection: Moving Fido into the virtual world. Dr. Matthew Marge, Language & Information Technology, Dr. Kim Pollard, Biologist, and Dr. Ashley Foots, Audiologist

HMAS.P4: Sociometrics and observational assessment of teaming & leadership in a cyber defense competition. Dr. Laura Marusich, Cognitive Psychologist

HMAS.P5: Malware in the future? Forecasting analyst detection of cyber events. Dr. Jon Bakdash, Cognitive Psychologist

HMAS.P6: A conceptual model for reasoning about civil-military considerations using controlled natural language. Dr. Cheryl Giammanco, Social Psychologist

HMAS.P7: Evaluating visualization methods of socio-cultural data. Dr. Michael Geuss, Cognitive Scientist

Lab Tours & Demonstrations
Cyber Human Integrated Modeling & Experimentation Range Army (CHIMERA) Laboratory (B459 Rm 232, 2nd Floor) Dr. Blaine Hoffman, Human-Computer Interaction

1115-1205 Humans in Multi-Agent Systems: Panel Discussion. (B459 Rm 129, Auditorium)
Moderators: NRC Panel Designee(s), Dr. Norbou Buchler, Experimental Psychologist

1205-1250 Lunch Break (B459 Rm 131, Collaboration Commons)
Post-doctoral Associates and Early Career Scientists Lunch

1250-1300 Closing Remarks, Mr. John Lockett, Director (A), HRED

1600-1700 Small Group Panel Meetings with ARL Scientists
• Human Variability
• Real-World Behavior
• Humans in Multi-Agent Systems
• Panel Chair with HRED Director & Senior Leadership


Thursday, 29 June 2017

1100-1200 Panel Meets with ARL Scientists and Management

1200 Panel Adjourns

1200-1300 Panel Chair and National Academies Staff Meets with ARL Director


Closed Session Summary Posted After the Meeting

The following committee members were present at the closed sessions of the meeting:
William S. Marras
Charles A. Czeisler
Jeanne F. Duffy
William W. Lytton
Barbara A. Dosher
David A. Heeger
Stephen F. Sands
Katherine L. Morse
Shrikanth S. Narayanan
Anita Williams Woolley
Frederick R. Chang
Lorrie Faith Cranor

The following topics were discussed in the closed sessions:
Review of the agenda and criteria and plan for the review.
Discussion of findings from the review.
Plan for the preparation of the interim report.


The following materials (written documents) were made available to the committee in the closed sessions:
None.

Date of posting of Closed Session Summary: June 30, 2017