Feigh Awarded NASA Grant to Support Astronaut Performance on Long Duration Space Exploration Missions

MAY 5, 2016: On April 29th, NASA's National Space Biomedical Research Institute and NASA's Human Research Program jointly announced that it would fund 27 proposals selected from 131 proposals received in response to the research announcements entitled, “Research and Technology Development to Support Crew Health and Performance in Space Exploration Missions” and “NASA’s Human Research Program Artificial Gravity Opportunity.” The selected proposals are from 19 institutions in 11 states and will receive a total of approximately $12 million during a one- to three-year period.

One of those selected proposals was from Dr. Feigh, "Objective Function Allocation Method for Human-Automation/Robotic Interaction using Work Models that Compute.”


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