Past research in CHAAT has focused on evaluating air traffic management issues for UAVs in low altitude patrol or loiter, investigating the consequences of UAV inclusion in a high density, thus challenging, airspace environment, and evaluating the feasibility of flying ROVs in terminal airspace using a distributed simulation network over the internet.
Miles, J.D. & Strybel, T. Z. (2017) Measuring situation awareness of student air traffic controllers with online probe queries: Are we asking the right questions? International Journal of Human-Computer Interaction, 33(1), 5067-5073.
Chiappe, D., Morgan, C. A., Kraut, J., Ziccardi, J., Sturre, L., Strybel, T. Z., Vu, K.-P. L. (2016) Evaluating probe techniques and a situated theory of situation awareness. Journal of Experimental Psychology: Applied, 22(4), 436-454.
Miramontes, A., Keeler, J., Zimmerman, R. L., Gawron, V., Battiste, V., Strybel, T. Z., & Vu, K.-P. L. (2016) Examining the effectiveness of a traffic flow management course for air traffic control students. In Proceedings of Human Factors and Ergonomics Society Annual Meeting (pp. 99-100). Thousand Oaks, California: Sage.
To view the complete list of publications, please visit the CHAAT Wiki.
Adrianna Miramontes, Jillian Keeler, Roberta L. Zimmerman, Valerie Gawron, Vernol Battiste, Thomas Z. Strybel, and Kim-Phuong L. Vu. Examining the Effectiveness of a Traffic Flow Management Course for Air Traffic Control Students. Presented at the 11th Annual CSULB HFES Student Chapter Conference (2016).
Natassia Mattoon, Armando Alvarez, Aaron Manabat, Thomas Z. Strybel, and Kim-Phuong L. Vu. Ranking of Critical Information for Student Air Traffic Management. Presented at the 11th Annual CSULB HFES Student Chapter Conference (2016).
Armando Alvarez, Vanui Barakezyan, Edward Barraza, Christopher Nguyen, James Park, Andriana Tesoro, Yuri Trujillo, Thomas Z. Strybel, and Kim-Phuong L. Vu. Reduced Crew Operations Research. Presented at the 11th Annual CSULB HFES Student Chapter Conference (2016).