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Undersea Human Systems Integration (UHSI) 2010 - Agenda

Please Note: This agenda will be expanded as more information becomes available.

DAY 1: Tuesday, July 27

0700 – 1700 Registration

0730 – 0800 Continental Breakfast

0800 – 0830 Welcome and Introduction: Dr. Yvonne Masakowski, Chair UHSI 2010

0830 – 0900 Keynote Speaker:
Ms. Patricia Hamburger, NAVSEA PEOIWS

0900 – 0930 CAPT Todd Cramer, Commander, NUWCDIVNPT
TOPIC: Command of the Virginia and Human-Systems Integration

0930 – 1000 Dr. Paul Lefebvre, Technical Director, NUWCDIVNPT

1000 – 1015 Mr. David Grande, Sensors & SONAR Systems Department Manager, NUWCDIVNPT

1015 – 1045 Mr. David Miskimens, PEO SUBS
TOPIC: HSI: Future Opportunities for Submarines

1045 – 1115 Break

1115 – 1145 Dr. Peter Ranelli, NURC, Director of Applied Research Labs
TOPIC: Operational Decision Making in the Face of Uncertainty

1145 – 1215 Dr. Dylan Schmorrow, Defense Research and Engineering (DDRE) Acting Director,
BioSystems, Office of the Secretary of Defense
TOPIC: Human Systems Integration: Essential for Warfighting Superiority

1215 – 1345 Luncheon

1345 – 1415 COL Larry Kimm, USAF, Pentagon, Director of Human Systems Engineering
TOPIC: Review of the Air Force's Remotely Piloted Systems Lessons Learned:
Application for the Navy's Undersea Unmanned Vehicles

1415 – 1445 Dr. Terry Allard, Head, Warfighter Performance Science & Technology Department, ONR
TOPIC: ONR HSI Science & Technology for the Undersea Enterprise

1445 – 1515 Dr. Daniel Serfaty, President, APTIMA
TOPIC: Ten Technology Trends That Will Shape Future Human Systems

1515 – 1545 Break

1545 – 1615 Dr. Cheryl Bolstad, Principle Research Associate, SA Technologies
TOPIC: Integrating Situation Awareness Assessment into Human Systems Integration

1615 – 1630 Dr. Yvonne Masakowski, Human Performance Technology Group,
Advanced Concepts Division, NUWCDIVNPT
TOPIC: ONR Global and Human-Systems Integration Around the World

1630 – 1645 Dr. Jacquelyn Crebolder, Defence Scientist, DRDC-Atlantic

1700 – 1900 Welcome Reception

Classification of discussions during this meeting will be UNCLASSIFIED



DAY 2: Wednesday, July 28

0730 – 1700 Registration

0730 – 0800 Continental Breakfast

0800 – 0830 CAPT David Hahn, Program Manager, Submarine Combat Systems, PMS425
TOPIC: Human Factors and the Submarine Combat System

0830 – 0900 Mr. Edward Johnson, Manpower and Training Branch, Submarine Warfare Division
TOPIC: "Dealing With the 'Now' Boundary"

0900 – 0930 Mr. Ernest Correia, Combat Systems Department Manager, NUWCDIVNPT
TOPIC: Virtual Worlds: A New Tool in the HSI Toolbox

0930 – 1000 Dr. Robert Hoffman, Institute for Human and Machine Cognition
TOPIC: Metrics and Measures of the Learnability and Resilience of
Software-Supported Cognitive Work

1000 – 1030 Break

1200 – 1330 Luncheon with speaker Dr. Larry Shattuck, NPS - HSI in Education

1330 – 1430 Fleet Perspectives Panel

Concurrent Technical Track 1

1030 – 1200 Medical HSI Research Panel
Moderator: Dr. Jerry Lamb, NSMRL
Panel:

LT Matthew Keller, USN
CAPT Ron Steed, USN (Ret.)
Dr. Thomas Santoro, PhD
Dr. Robert Astur, PhD
Dr. Michael Qin, PhD
Session 1: Decision Making

1430 – 1450 Mental Modeling and Decision Analysis to Support Rapid Planning and Real-time Decision Making
I. Linkov and L. Canis

1450 – 1510 Impact of Uncertainty Representation on Decision Making
S. Kirschenbaum

1510 - 1530 Submarine Attack Center HSI Studies
H. Wright

1530 – 1600 Break

Session 2: Performance Modeling & Measures

1600 - 1620 Objective Measurement of Sailor Situational Awareness
M. Hertz

1620 - 1640 Threat Detection During Fearful States
S. Reini and R. Astur

1640 - 1700 Maintaining Skilled Performance of Complex Tasks: A Case Study in Maritime Patrol
Anti-Submarine Warfare
J. Thomas, S. Wetzel-Smith, et al.

Session 3: Teams & Team Performance

1700 - 1720 Real to Virtual to Real: The Powerful Shadow
J. Kranz, L. Marquet and R. Wein

1720 - 1740 Complexity as the Forcing Function for Submarine Team Organization
R. Steed, D. Marquet and R. Armbruster


Concurrent Technical Track 2

1030 – 1200 HSI Engineering Panel
Moderator: Mr. Dennis White

Session 1: Command & Control

1430 - 1450 A Work-Centered Approach to Optimizing Human-System Integration in Command and Control
for the VICTORIA Class Submarine
B. Chalmers

1450 - 1510 Human System Integration for Command & Control: Implications for Undersea Decision Support
M. Cowen

1510 - 1530 Aircraft Carrier Tactical Support Center (CV-TSC): A Successful Application of Integrated
Human and System Engineering
M. O'Hare, R. Poole and V. Murphy

1530 - 1600 Break

Session 2: Visual Display Design

1600 - 1620 The Role of Perceptually Salient Features Embedded in Visual Displays
C. Kaschub and Y. Masakowski

1620 - 1640 Human Systems Integration Design Environment (HSIDE)
T. Skrmetti

1640 - 1700 Is Visuospatial Attention Governed by a Unified Process or Seperate Processes?
P. Squire

Session 3: HSI & User-Centered Design

1700 - 1720 Human Factors Integration for Sonar User Interfaces "Keeping Humans in the Loop"
J. Flynn, S. Fanning, and R. Johnson

1720 - 1740 What if Buddha Built it? Innovation in Government Design Process
L. Marquet, K. Krebs, et al.

1740 - 1800 The Impact of Virtual Environments on Human Performance
Y. Masakowski



DAY 3: Thursday, July 29

0730 – 0800 Continental Breakfast

Concurrent Technical Track 1

Session 1: Audio & Psychoacoustics

0800 – 0820 User Selected HRTFs: Reduced Complexity and Improved Perception
A. Roginska, G. Wakefield, et al.

0820 - 0840 Human-Constrained Design of Spatial Audio Systems
G. Wakerfield, A. Roginska, et al.

0840 - 0900 Use of Interfaces in an Auditory Environment During a Navigation and Search Task
A. Roginska, G. Wakefield, et al.

Session 2: Acoustics Signals & Models

0900 - 0920 Enhancement of Perceived Figure-Ground for Spatial Audio in Underwater Environments
G. Wakefield, A. Roginska, et al.

0920 - 0940 Blind-Man Models for Submarine Navigation
D. Silvia

0940 - 1000 Combined Approach for Acoustic Fields Modeling
V. Popovich, S. Lytaev, et al.

1000 – 1030 Break

Session 3: Manpower

1030 - 1050 The Challenges of Designing Submarines for a Sustainable Crew
A. Felstead

1050 - 1110 People and Technology in Innovation
M. Kanter

1110 - 1130 Manpower Analysis of ATTACK Submarine Crew
J. Miller, T. Skrmetti and D. Oliver

1130 - 1150 Personnel Development and Sustainment: An Enterprise Approach
E. Seeley

Session 4: Maintenance & Support

1150 - 1210 Electronic Performance Support: Getting on board with Maintenance
N. Ford

1210 - 1230 Remote Off-Hull Maintenance Support
P. Rice

Concurrent Technical Track 2

Session 1: Human Factors Engineering

0800 - 0820 Designing Notification Systems for Total System Performance
D. Cox and C. Fallon

0820 - 0840 Using Eye Tracking for Monitoring and Tracking Tasks
M. Sodhi

0840 - 0900 Future Combat Control Input Methods
L. Ogren

Session 2: Virtual Worlds & Gaming

0900 - 0920 Self-Consciousness of Mixed Reality Systems
Y. Cai

0920 - 0940 The Application of Virtual World Technology to Collaborative Engineering and
Concept of Operation Exercise (COOPEX) Planning and Rehearsal
P. Monte

0940 - 1000 Undersea Warfare Training in a Virtual Environment
A. Nguyen

1000 – 1030 Break

Session 3: Training

1030 - 1050 Next-Generation Intelligent Training and Performance Assessment Framework
to Support Submarine Command Team Decision Making
A. Andrews and J. Cannon-Bowers

1050 - 1110 Using an Experiential User Guide in Submarine System Imbedded Training to Improve
the Calibration of Trust in Automated Systems
C. Fallon, C. Dominguez, et al.

1110 - 1130 On-demand Virtual Mentoring to Accelerate Skill Development in Novice Workers
M. Paley, D. Miller, et al.

Session 4: Human System Integration

1130 - 1150 Modeling of the Frustration Status and Noiseproof Feature During Perception
of the Auditory Images
S. Lytaev, K. Belskaya, et al.

1150 - 1210 The Role of Task Flows in the Advanced Processing Build (APB) Program
M. Natter

1210 - 1230 Use of the Air Force HSI Requirements Pocket Guide to Improve Writing and
Interpretation of Human-Centered Requirements
K. Liu, B. Simpkis, et al.