Academic Honors


ACADEMIC HONORS

Honors

Elected Member, Cosmos Club, Washington, D.C, September, 2011.

President, Society of Engineering Psychologists, American Psychological Association, 2010.

Chairman, Board of Directors, Human Performance in Extreme Environments Society, 2007-2009.

Member,NationalAcademy of Sciences, Committee on Neurosciences in the Army, 2007-2009.

Member,NationalAcademy ofSciences, Committee on Human Factors, 2003-2008.

Doctor of Science (D.Sc.) Degree,Loughborough University,England, 2001.

President, Human Factors and Ergonomics Society, 2000.

Fellowships in Scientific Societies

Fellow, Aerospace Medical Association, (AsMA) 2012, (Associate Fellow, 2010).

Senior Member, Institute for Electrical and Electronic Engineers, (IEEE) 2011.

Fellow, American Psychological Association, (APA) 2007.

(Division 19: Society of Military Psychologists. Division 21: Society of Engineering Psychologists).

FellowAmerican Psychological Society, 2005.

Fellow, The Ergonomics Society, 2002 (Changed to: The Institute of Ergonomics and Human Factors).

Fellow, International Ergonomics Association, 2001.

Fellow, Human Factors and Ergonomics Society, 1998.

Fellow, AAHPERD Research Consortium, 1984.

Awards from Scientific Societies

Admiral Leland S. Kollmorgen Spirit of Innovation Award, Augmented Cognition Society, 2011.

Henry L Taylor Award, Aerospace Human Factors Association, 2011.

Presidential Citation, for Services to Applied Experimental and Engineering Psychology from the American Psychological Association, 2010.

Andrew P. Sage Award, Systems, Man, and Cybernetics Society of theInstitute ofElectrical and Electronics Engineers, 2008.

Paul M. Fitts Award, Human Factors and Ergonomics Society, 2008.

Raymond F. Longacre Award, Aerospace Medical Association, 2008.

Otto Edholm Award, The Ergonomics Society of the United Kingdom, 2008.

A.R. Lauer Award, Human Factors and Ergonomics Society, 2007.

John C. Flanagan Award, Society of Military Psychologists, American Psychological Association, 2007.

Norbert Wiener Award, Systems, Man, and Cybernetics Society, Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers, 2006.

Jack A. Kraft Award, Human Factors and Ergonomics Society, 2005.

Liberty Mutual Medal – Occupational Safety and Ergonomics, International Ergonomics Association, 2003.

Wojciech Bogumil Jastrezbowski Medal, Polish Ergonomics Society, 2002.

Jerome H. Ely Award, Human Factors and Ergonomics Society, 2001.

Liberty Mutual Prize in Occupational Safety and Ergonomics, International Ergonomics Association, 2001.

Franklin V. Taylor Award, Society of Engineering Psychologists, American Psychological Association2001.

Sir Frederic Bartlett Medal, The Ergonomics Society of the United Kingdom, 2000.

Best Paper Award, Ergonomics in Design, Human Factors Society, 1994.

NASPSPA, Early Career Distinguished Scholar, June, 1987.

Awards from Institutions

Winner, NASA 2002, Turning Goals into Reality (TGIR) Award for Outstanding Accomplishment toward the Revolutionize Aviation Goal. The AGATE Alliance Project Team, University of Central Florida Space Coast Center for Human Factors (CAHFA, M.Mouloua, Director, P.A. Hancock, Associate Director, R. Gilson, Associate Director).

Winner, Best Lecture Award 2000, for the A. Louis Medin Seminar Series, Institute for Simulation and Training,University of CentralFlorida,Orlando,FL.

Winner, Research Partnership Award, Center for Transportation Studies. ‘Investigating the Effects of Roadway Design on Driver Behavior: Applications forMinnesota Highway Design.’ May, 1999.

MinnesotaGuidestar, Winner of the ITSAmericaBoard Chair Award, 1995. The Human Factors Research Laboratory is a component element of the Guidestar program.

Invited Keynote and Plenary Speaker/Lecturer

Invited Senior Lecturer, North American Society for the Psychology of Sport and Physical Activity. Honolulu, HI, June 2012.

Henry L. Taylor Lecturer. Aerospace Human Factors Association, Atlanta, GA, May, 2012.

Invited Plenary Keynote Speaker, 5th International Summer School on Aviation Psychology, Graz, Austria, July, 2011.

Presidential Lecture, Society for Engineering Psychologists, American Psychological Association, San Diego, CA, August, 2010.

Invited Presidential Speaker, Wright State University, Dayton, OH, November, 2009.

http://www.wright.edu/lecture/2009_10/hancock.html

Invited Plenary Keynote Speaker. First International Conference on Driver Distraction and Inattention, Gothenburg, Sweden, September, 2009.

http://www.chalmers.se/safer/driverdistraction-en/programme/keynote-speaker-abstacts/peter-hancock

Invited Visiting Professor, Ben-Gurion University of the Negev, Be’er Sheva, Israel, July, 2009.

Invited Plenary Keynote Speaker, Festschrift for Joel Warm, Conference on the Science and Applications of Perceptual Psychology,Cincinnati, 2008.

Invited Seminar Leader, Swedish Human Factors Network, Linkoping, 2007.

Invited Speaker, Linkoping University, Linkoping, 2007.

Invited Speaker,Syracuse Symposium on Environmental and Energy Systems,Syracuse,New York, 2005.

Franklin Taylor Lecturer of the American Psychological Association, 2002.

Invited Speaker, International Symposium on Human Factors in Driving Assessment, Training and Vehicle Design.Park City,Utah, August, 2003.

Invited Speaker, International Symposium on Human Factors in Driving Assessment, Training and Vehicle Design.Aspen,Colorado, August, 2001.

A. Louis Medin Lecturer, Institute for Simulation and Training,University of CentralFlorida,Orlando,FL, October, 2001.

Plenary Speaker, Third International Meeting of the Federation Internationale de Motocyclisme,Pickerington,OH, 2001

Keynote Speaker, International Ergonomics Association XIVth Triennial Congress and 44th Annual Meeting of the Human Factors and Ergonomics Society, San Diego, CA, 2000.

Plenary Speaker, Ideafest,University ofSouth Dakota,VermillionSD, April, 2000.

Plenary Speaker, First AnnualFlorida Human Factors-Ergonomics Student Meeting,Orlando,FL, 2000.

A. Louis Medin Lecturer,Institute ofSimulation and Training,University of CentralFlorida, April, 2000.

Arnold Small Lecturer, Human Factors and Ergonomics Society,Houston,TX, 1999.

Invited Keynote Speaker, State Motorcycle Safety Administrator’s National Meeting,Bloomington,MN, August, 1996.

Invited Keynote Speaker, Center for Transportation Studies, Board Meeting,Minneapolis,MN, May, 1996.

Invited Keynote Speaker, 2nd Automation Technology/Human Performance Conference,Cocoa,FL, March, 1996

Invited Keynote Speaker, 2nd International Conference on Driving and Fatigue,Freemantle,Australia, February, 1996.

Invited Keynote Speaker, Occupational Injury 96′,Sydney,Australia, February, 1996.

Invited Plenary Speaker, First National Symposium on Human Performance in Automated Systems.Washington,DC.

Invited Plenary Speaker, NATO Workshop: Certification of Complex Systems,Bonas,France, July, 1993.

Invited Plenary Speaker, NATO Advanced Study Institute on Verification and Validation of Complex Human-Machine Systems.Vimiero,Portugal, July, 1992.

Invited Speaker, NASA/FAA Workshop on Artificial Intelligence and Human Factors in Air Traffic Control and Aviation Maintenance,Daytona Beach,FL, June, 1992.

Invited Plenary Speaker, NATO Advanced Study Institute on Concurrent Engineering Tools and Technologies for Mechanical System Design, University of Iowa, Iowa City, June, 1992

Invited Lecturer, Sigma Xi,University ofCincinnati,Cincinnati,OH, March, 1991.

Invited Plenary Speaker, NATO Advanced Study Institute on Automation and Air Traffic Control,Maratea,Italy, June, 1990.

Invited Speaker, Big Ten CIC Leadership Symposium,Chicago,IL, December, 1988.

Invited Speaker, Psychology of Motor Behavior and Sport Conference,Knoxville,TN, June, 1988.

Invited Plenary Speaker, Annual International Cabin Safety Symposium,Las Vegas,NV, March, 1987.

Invited Plenary Speaker,Yuma Pacific Section, American Industrial Hygiene Association,Oxnard,CA, February, 1987.

Invited Speaker, Ninth AnnualCarmel Workshop (NASA-ARMY), Workload and Training: Individual Differences,Monterey,CA, January, 1987.

Invited Speaker, Speaker, IACIC Symposium on Ergonomics in Industry,Los Angeles,CA, March, 1986.

Invited Speaker, Facilities 2000: Education and Research Imperatives for Workplaces of the Twenty-First Century,Grand Rapids,MI, April, 1988.

Invited Speaker, Western Occupational Health Conference,Irvine,CA, October, 1985.

Invited Inaugural Speaker to the Tri-State Chapter of the Human Factors Society, July, 1983.

Invited Participation

Invited Participant,NationalAcademy of Sciences Workshop: The Future of Transportation, March, 1997.

Invited Participant, National Research Council Panel Member on Human Factors, 1994.

Invited Participant, Workshop on Human Factors Issues for Resolving Adverse Effects of Human Work Underload and Workload Transitions in Advanced Transportation Systems.Idaho National Engineering Laboratory,Idaho Falls,ID, February, 1994.

Invited Participant, NATO Advanced Study Institute on Motor Neuroscience, Calcatoggio,Corsica,France, September, 1990.

Invited Participant, Eighth AnnualCarmel Workshop (NASA), Workload and Training,Monterey, CA, January, 1986.

Invited Participant, NATO Advanced Study Research Workshop, Stress and Human Performance, Les Arcs,France 1985.

Internal Awards

Named UCF Trustee Chair. 2012.

Winner, UCF Research Incentive Award (RIA), $5,000 Increase to Base Salary, March, 2011.

Winner, UCF College of Sciences, Distinguished Researcher, 2011.

Named UCF Pegasus Professor (The Highest Award of the University), 2009.

Awarded, One Year Competitive Sabbatical (Highest Support Level), 2008-2009.

Winner, UCF Research Incentive Award (RIA), $5,000 Increase to Base Salary, June, 2006.

Winner, UCF Office of Research  “Four-Time Millionaire Club’ Over $1M Funding Four Years, 2005.

Winner, UCF Office of Research ‘Millionaire Club’ for the Receipt of over $1M Funding, 2005.

Winner, UCF Office of Research ‘Millionaire Club’ for the Receipt of over $1M Funding, 2004.

Winner, UCF Office of Research  “Three-Time Millionaire Club’ Over $1M Funding Three Years, 2004.

Winner, UCF College of Arts and Sciences, Distinguished Researcher, 2004.

Winner, UCF Office of Research ‘Millionaire Club’ for the Receipt of over $1M Funding, 2003.

Winner, UCF Office of Research  “Two-Time Millionaire Club’ Receipt of over $1M Funding Two Years.

Winner, UCF Office of Research ‘Millionaire Club’ for the Receipt of over $1M Funding, 2002.

Winner, UCF Office of Research ‘Tall Order’ Award for the Receipt of Most DoD Funding, 2002.

Two-Time Winner, Best Presentation Award, Faculty International Studies Summer Institute,University of CentralFlorida,Orlando,FL (April, 2001: May, 2002).

Awarded Single Semester Leave:UniversityofMinnesota, Spring Semester, 2000.

Awarded Sabbatical Leave:UniversityofMinnesota, 1995.

Recipient, Office of International Education Faculty Grants,University ofMinnesota (1990, 1992, 1993).

Citations of Excellence

Citation of Excellence (Highest Quality Rating) for the Paper: Parasuraman, R., Hancock, P.A., & Olofinboba, O. (1997). Alarm effectiveness in driver-centered collision-warning systems. Ergonomics40, 390-399. by Electronic Intelligence,England.

Citation of Excellence (Highest Quality Rating) for the Paper: Hancock, P.A. (1996). Effect of control order, augmented feedback, input device and practice on tracking performance and perceived workload. Ergonomics39, 1146-1162. by Electronic Intelligence,England.

Additional Honors

Pioneer in Human-Automation Interaction Research. Recognition from the Cognitive Engineering and Decision Making Technical Group of the Human Factors and Ergonomics Society, September, 2011.

National Ergonomics Month, Honor Roll, 2005.

American Psychological Association Travel Scholar. International Congress of Applied Psychology, Kyoto, Japan, July, 1990.

Elected Member, Sigma Xi, The Scientific Research Society, 1988.

Elected Member Psychonomic Society, One Year Post Graduation, 1984.

Listings

Who’s Who

Who’s Who inAmerica

Who’s Who in the West

Who’s Who inCalifornia

Who’s Who in Science and Engineering

Who’s Who of Emerging Leaders inAmerica

Who’s Who in American Education

Who’s Who in the Mid-West

Men of Achievement

Five Thousand Personalities of the World

American Men and Women of Science

International Directory of Distinguished Leaders

Graduate Honors

Recipient, University ofIllinois, Open Graduate Scholarship, 1982-1983.

Recipient, Laura Huestler Award Scholarship, 1982-1983.

Two-Time Recipient, Avery Brundage Scholarship, 1981-1982, 1982-1983.

Six-Time Recipient,GraduateCollege Travel Scholarship, 1981-1983

Recipient, Training of Personnel Open Graduate Scholarship, 1977-1978.

Elected Member: Phi Delta Kappa, Phi Kappa Phi.