Grants and Contracts


GRANTS AND CONTRACTS

University of Illinois

1) Principal Investigator. The Effects of Selective Hyperthermia on Cognition. Endeco Medical Inc, January to December, 1982, $5,000.

2) Principal Investigator. The Empirical Influences of Differential Heating and Cooling of the Head on Selected Cognitive and Psychomotor Capacities.. Endeco Medical Inc, January 1983 to August, 1984, $25,000. (AtIllinois: $30, 000, 2 Grants/Contracts).

 

University of Southern California

3) Principal Investigator. An Assessment of the Problem of Fatigue with Reference to Time-Zone Transition. AirNew Zealand Stewards and StewardessesUnion, July-December, 1984, $250.

4) Principal Investigator. Office Workstation Design for Current Office Environments. PacificBell, November, 1984 to March, 1985, $20,500.

5) Co-Principal Investigator (with H.H. Hurt, Jr.). Motorcycle Conspicuity. Motorcycle Accident Research Laboratory, February, 1985 to July, 1985, $5,000.

6) Co-Principal Investigator (with H.H. Hurt, Jr.). Human Failure of Detection and Perception in Accident Sequences. Motorcycle Accident Research Laboratory, Safety Helmet Council ofAmerica, August, 1985 to July, 1986, $25,000.

7) Principal Investigator. Temporal Factors in Mental Workload, National Aeronautics and Space Administration (NASA), Grant: NCC 2-379, October, 1985 to September, 1986, $37,528.

8) Principal Investigator. Temporal Factors in Human Mental Workload, National Aeronautics and Space Administration (NASA), Grant: NCC 2-379, October, 1986 to September, 1987, $30,869.

9) Research Faculty. Research Initiative. Funded by the Southern California EducationalResourceCenter of (NIOSH), National Institute of Occupational Safety and Health, September, 1987 to June, 1988, $5,175.

10) Principal Investigator. Functional Synchronization and Proactive Scheduling as Controls of Task-Oriented Response Behavior. National Aeronautics and Space Administration (NASA), September, 1987 to September, 1988, $54,964.

11) Research Faculty. Research Initiative, Southern California EducationalResourceCenter of (NIOSH), National Institute of Occupational Safety and Health, September, 1988 to June, 1989, $5,175.

12) Principal Investigator. Driver Recognition Failures and Conspicuity Factors in Automobile/Motorcycle Collisions. Motorcycle Safety Foundation, and Honda Motor-vehicles, September, 1988 to August, 1989, $85,000.

13) Principal Investigator. Examining Driver Behavior in Accident Likely Driving Maneuvers. Honda Motor-vehicles, Inc., September, 1988 to August 1989, $50,000.

14) Principal Investigator. Adaptive Workload Scheduling Response to Dynamic Task Demands. National Aeronautics and Space Administration (NASA), October, 1988 to September, 1989, $70,596.

15) Preceptor. National Institute of Aging, Research Training Grant in Attention and Aging,AndrusGerontologyCenter, (J.E. Birren, M. Vercruyssen, & J. McDowd, Principal Investigators), December, 1988 to November, 1991, $210,000.  (At USC: $600, 057; 13 Grants/Contracts).

 

University of Minnesota

16) Principal Investigator: Design and Implementation of Intelligent Interfaces.GraduateSchool,University ofMinnesota, September 1989 to September, 1990, $20,000.

17) Principal Investigator: Development of a Human Factors Research Laboratory.College ofEducation,University ofMinnesota, September 1989 to September, 1990, $15,000.

18) Principal Investigator. Human Factors Research Program, Department of Kinesiology,University ofMinnesota, September, 1989 to September, 1990, $15,000.

19) Principal Investigator. Operator Workload Scheduling and Task Dynamics. National Aeronautics and Space Administration (NASA), October, 1989 to September, 1990, $156,266.

20) Principal Investigator. Hypermedia Experiments in Motor Control. Project Minemac. (with J.K. Caird, M.G. Wade, & A. Burton), October 1989 to September 1990, $5,500.

21) Principal Investigator. The Use of Driving Simulation for the Assessment, Training, and Testing of Older Drivers. NationalInstitute ofAging, August, 1989 to January, 1990, $1.000.

22) Principal Investigator. Human Factors Aspects of Multiple Vehicle Accidents. American Honda Motorvehicles Inc. December, 1989 to December, 1990, $60,000.

23) Principal Investigator. Investigations of the Behavior of Aging Drivers. Center for Transport Studies,University ofMinnesota, July, 1990 to June, 1991, $50,000

24) Principal Investigator. Evaluation of Older Driver Response in a Simulated Driving Environment, Graduate School, University of Minnesota, July 1990 to June, 1991, $18,315.

25) CoPrincipal Investigator (with J. Fozard, & M. Vercruyssen). Assessment of Reaction Times in theBaltimore Longitudinal Study on Aging (BLSA). NationalInstitute ofAging, October, 1989 to September, 1990, $10,000.

26) Principal Investigator. Human Factors Issues in IntelligentVehicle Highway Systems. Minnesota Department of Transportation, November 1990 to February, 1991, $30,635.

27) Principal Investigator. Where Older Drivers Make Mistakes. All University Council on Aging, (AUCA), July 1, 1991-June 30 1992, $2,500.

28) Principal Investigator. Human Factors Issues in Traffic Signing. Minnesota Department of Transportation,July 15, 1991-July 14, 1992, $43,000.

29) Principal Investigator. The Application of Advanced Driving Simulation Capabilities to the Development and Implementation of IVHS Systems. Minnesota Department of Transportation,October 1, 1991-September 30, 1992, $75,000.

30) Co-Principal Investigator (withS. Shekhar). A Traffic Management System for Navigation, Collision Detection, and Incident Detection. Center For Transport Studies,University ofMinnesota, October, 1991-September, 1992, $45,000.

31) Co-Principal Investigator (withS. Shekhar). The Integrated Study of Microscopic and Macroscopic Problems in IVHS: Emulation of the I-394 External Laboratory in a Driving Simulator. Minnesota Department of Transportation, October, 1991-September, 1992, $43,000.

32) Principal Investigator. Specification of Tolerable Aviation Workload Thresholds and the Associated Role of Strategies in Operator Actions. National Aeronautics and Space Administration (NASA), October, 1991 to September, 1994, $195,356.

33) Principal Investigator. Creation of Computer-Based Virtual Realities.GraduateSchool,University ofMinnesota, November, 1991 to October, 1992, $29,540.

34) Principal Investigator: Road Signage Legibility and Conspicuity with Respect to the Older Driver. 3M Company, December 1991 to December 1992, $8,000.

35) Principal Investigator, Evaluation of the Structure and Function of Intelligent Interfaces for Adaptive Automated Task Allocation. NavalAirDevelopmentCenter,Warminster,PA, June, 1992 to May, 1994, $150,000.

36) Principal Investigator, Evaluation of Tint Film Characteristics in Driver Search and Recognition Behaviors. Madico Inc, January 1992-July, 1992, $65,000.

37) Principal Investigator, Following Advice from Traffic Advisories. Minnesota Department of Transportation, July, 1992 to June, 1993, $25,000.

38) Co-Principal Investigator; (withS. Shekhar). Trace Driven Driving Simulation: Towards Integration of an External Laboratory with Driving Simulation. Minnesota Department of Transportation, July, 1992 to June, 1993, $43,000.

39) Principal Investigator, Simulation and On-Road Evaluation of GUIDESTAR IVHS Technologies. Center for Transport Studies and Minnesota Department of Transportation, June, 1992 to June, 1993, $182,000.

40) Principal Investigator. Fixed-Base Flight Simulation Research Facility. Northwest Aerospace Training Corporation (NATCO),Eagan,MN, August, 1992 to July, 1993, $500,000.

41) Principal Investigator: Pilot Experimentation on the Effects of Combinations of Driving and Non-Driving Tasks on Performance Efficiency in Simulation. Center for Transport Studies,University ofMinnesota, June 1992 to August 1992, $3,000.

42) Principal Investigator, Human Factors Evaluation of the Delco Radio Data System Prototype. Center for Transport Studies and The Minnesota Department of Transportation, December, 1992 to November, 1993, $36,000.

43) Principal Investigator; Intelligent Vehicle-Highway Systems: Virtual Reality Applications. Minnesota Department of Transportation,March 3, 1993-May 1, 1993, $6,938.

44) Principal Investigator; A Functional Evaluation of Driving Performance in Drivers with Cataracts: Licensing Implications, Center for Transportation Studies,July 1, 1993-June 30, 1994, $30,944.

45) Principal Investigator, Human Factors Analysis of Intelligent Workzone Design. 3M Corporation, April, 1993-December, 1993, $63,000.

46) Principal Investigator, Investigation of Advanced Signage. 3M Student Scholarship, September, 1993-August, 1994. $10,000.

47) Principal Investigator, Human Factors Issues in Virtual Reality and Intelligent Tutoring, Honeywell Student Scholarship,  September, 1993- August, 1994. $10,000.

48) Co-Principal Investigator; (with J. Carmody). Human Factors and Interior Design related to Road Tunnels. Center for Transportation Studies, October, 1993 – September, 1994. $30,000.

49) Principal Investigator, Shared Decision-Making in the National Aerospace System. Federal Aviation Administration.October 1, 1993 -September 30, 1996, $698,081.

50) Co-Principal Investigator; (withS. Stackhouse) Human Factors Issues in the GENESIS Program. Minnesota Department of Transportation.November, 15, 1993 -December, 31, 1993. $11,500.

51) Principal Investigator; Development of Guidelines for Message Content of Variable Message Signs. Minnesota Department of Transportation.November, 1, 1993 -October, 31, 1994, $50,000.

52) Co-Principal Investigator, (with D. Foderberg and G. Davis). Development of a Systems Architecture for a Nation-Wide IVHS. Hughes Aircraft Company,January, 20, 1994 -November 30, 1994, $75,000.

53) Principal Investigator; Multi-modal perception of Front-to-Rear-End Collision Warning Systems. Minnesota Department of Transportation,September 15, 1993 – September 14, 1994, $35,000.

54) Principal Investigator; Interaction of Non-Driving Tasks with Driving. Minnesota Department of Transportation.August, 1, 1993-July, 30, 1994. $35,000.

55) Principal Investigator. Lighted Guidance Devices: Intelligent Workzone Traffic Control.Minnesota GUIDESTAR, Department of Transportation.January, 1, 1994-August, 31, 1994. $63,000.

56) Co-Principal Investigator; (withS. Shekhar). Evaluation of Alternate Database Server Architecture for Archival of Traffic Data at theIVHSCenter. Minnesota Department of Transportation. $100,000.

57) Co-Principal Investigator; (withS. Shekhar). Traffic Data Management for Advanced Driver Information Systems. Minnesota Department of Transportation.July 1, 1993 toJune, 30, 1995, $86,000.

58) Co-Principal Investigator, (withS. Shekhar). Multimedia Information Presentation in Smart Cars and Highways.Federal Highway Administration (FHWA), July 1, 1993 toJune 30, 1994. $43,000.

59) Principal Investigator, Programmatic Support for Human Factors and Safety Evaluations in Transportation. IVHS Institute.July 1, 1994 toJune 30, 1995. $350,000.

60) Director, Human Factors Evaluation of the Volvo Dynaguide and Ford-Indikta Radio Data System (RDS) Traffic Message Channel Receiver, Minnesota Department of Transportation. January, 1994 to September, 1994. $50,000.

61) Principal Investigator: Human Factors Evaluations of Issues in Motorcycle Safety. Motorcycle Safety Foundation,Irvine,CA, January, 1995 to March, 1996. $65,000.

62) Co-Principal Investigator: (withS. Shekhar). Archival of Traffic Data atIVHSCenter (Phase II), Scaling up to 30 Second Data. Center for Transportation Studies.July 1, 1995 toJune, 30, 1996. $80,000.

63) Co-Principal Investigator: (withS. Shekhar). Evaluation of Road-Map Data for Intelligent Highway Systems. Intelligent Transportation Institute, Center for Transport Studies,July 1, 1995 toJune 30, 1996. $45,000.

64) Principal Investigator. Human Factors and Safety Issues in Intelligent Transportation Systems. Intelligent Transportation Institute, Center for Transport Studies, July 1, 1995 toJune 30, 1996. $100,000.

65) Co-Principal Investigator (with G. Legge). Program in Visual Perception and Motor Control. National Science Foundation,  September, 1995 to September 2000. $112,500.

66) Principal Investigator. Intelligent Transportation Systems Human Factors and Safety Research. Intelligent Transportation Institute, Center for Transport Studies. July 1, 1996 toJune 30, 1997. $350,000.

67) Principal Investigator: Interactive Simulation Capability.University ofMinnesota,GraduateSchool,July 1, 1996 toJune 30, 1997. $14,746.

68) Co-Principal Investigator: (with Kip Smith). Shared Decision-Making in the National Aerospace System. Federal Aviation Administration,September, 15 1996 toSeptember 14, 1998.  $600,080.

69) Principal Investigator. Evaluation of Older Driver Mobility Problems with Reference to Accident Avoidance.PennsylvaniaStateUniversity andUniversity ofMinnesota, Center for Transportation Studies,February, 19, 1997 toSeptember, 30, 1997, $4,000.

70) Principal Investigator. Examination of Driver Fatigue States.University ofMinnesota, Center for Transportation Studies,March 15, 1997 toJune, 30, 1997, $6,000.

71) Co-Principal Investigator (with M.J. Kane). Investigating Differences in Driver Accident Involvement: The Influence of Perceptual Motor Competence.University ofMinnesota, Center for Transportation Studies,July 1, 1997 toJune, 30, 1998, $32,612.

72) Co-Principal Investigator (with P.A. Desmond). The Effectiveness of a Motivational-Based Fatigue-Countermeasure in Reversing Fatigue-Related Decrements in Driving.University ofMinnesota, Center for Transportation Studies,July 1, 1997 toJune 30, 1998, $30,000.

73) Principal Investigator. Transportation Systems Human Factors and Safety Research. Intelligent.University ofMinnesota, Center for Transport Studies.July 1, 1997 toJune 30, 1998.  $250,000.

74) Co-Principal Investigator: (with K. Smith). Pilot Decision-Making in Free-Flight. Federal Aviation Administration,September, 15 1997 toDecember 31, 1997. $48,731.

75) Co-Principal Investigator (with P.A. Desmond). An intra-modal assessment of performance and physiological changes associated with fatigue in complex human performance environments.University ofMinnesota, Center for Transportation Studies,November 1, 1997 toSeptember 30, 1998. $50,000.

76) Principal Investigator, Driver Performance in Accident Likely Conditions, Phase I.University ofMinnesota, Center for Transportation Studies, July 1, 1998 to June, 30, 2000, $268,967.

77) Principal Investigator. Human Factors and Safety Research.University ofMinnesota, Center for Transport Studies,July 1, 1998 toJune 30, 1999. $350,000.

78) Co-Principal Investigator.(with K. Harder), Designing Safe Transportation Environments. The Design Initiative,December 1, 1998 toJune 30, 1999. $50,000.

79) Co-Principal Investigator. (withS. Scallen), The Effect of Vision Enhancement Systems on Older Driver’s Ability to Drive at Night and Inclement Weather. Center for Transportation Studies in Association with TransportCanada,University ofCalgary,January, 15, 1999 toDecember 31, 1999. $43,000.

80) Principal Investigator. Development of Founding Information: Design From Disaster.Minnesota Design Initiative,March 1, 1999 toJune 15, 1999. $6,000.

81) Co-Principal Investigator, (with K. Harder). User-Centered Auditory Warning Signals in Snowplows. Minnesota Department of Transportation [Mn/DOT].July 1, 1999 toJune 30, 2000. $50,000.

82) Principal Investigator. Human-Centered Design: A Focus of Excellence.Minnesota Design Initiative,July 1, 1999 toJune 30, 2000. $35,000.

83) Co-Principal Investigator, (with J. Carmody). Sustainable Buildings and Human Factors.Minnesota Design Initiative,July 1, 1999 toJune 30, 2000, $50.000.

84) Principal Investigator, Performance Research in Transportation and Transit Safety. Intelligent Transportation Institute, Center for Transportation Studies, University ofMinnesota.July 30, 1999 toOctober 31, 1999, $81,625.

85) Principal Investigator, (with W. Harris). Information Processing Changes Following Extended Stress. Office of Naval Research.August 31 1999 toDecember 31, 1999,  $21,270.

86) Principal Investigator. Design Research Dissemination. Center for Cognitive Sciences,University ofMinnesota, October, 1999, $1,500.

87) Co-Principal Investigator, (with K. Harder). Psychological and Roadway Correlates of Aggressive Driving. Intelligent Transportation Institute, Center for Transportation Studies.November 1, 1999 toOctober 31, 2000. $73,500.

88) Co-Principal Investigator, (with K. Harder). Human Factors Evaluation Component. Part of the Intelligent Vehicle Initiative Field Operational Test Program,Federal Highway Administration, $6.55 Million Total Program Funds. FHWA,January 1, 2000 toDecember 31, 2002, (Human Factors Funds) $575, 434.

89) Principal Investigator, Human Factors Issues in Transportation Safety. Intelligent Transportation Institute, Center for Transportation Studies,November 1, 1999 toOctober 31, 2000. $134,070.

90) Co-Principal Investigator (with K. Harder). Snowplow Simulation.  Minnesota Department of Transportation,November 1, 1999 toOctober 31, 2000. $50,571.

91) Co-Principal Investigator (with K. Harder). Accidents at Regulated Rural Intersections. Local Road Research Board,January, 1, 2000,December 31, 2000, $67,000.

92) Principal Investigator Human-Centered Design Project.Minnesota Design Initiative,February 28, 2000 toFebruary 27, 2001. $29,775.

93) Co-Principal Investigator.(with K. Harder). Designing Safe Transportation Environments.Minnesota Design Initiative,February 28, 2000 toFebruary 27, 2001. $16,032.

94) Co-Principal  Investigator (with J. Carmody). ‘Green’ Building Design. Minnesota Design Institute,February 28, 2000 toFebruary  27, 2001.  $50,000.

95) Principal Investigator, Human Factors in Intelligent Transportation. Intelligent Transportation Institute, Center for Transportation Studies,November 1, 2000 toFebruary 28, 2001. $82,000.

96) Principal Investigator, Driver Behavioral Response in Accident Likely Conditions, Phase II. Center for Transportation Studies,December, 23, 2000 toMarch 31, 2002, $45,000. (At theUniversity ofMinnesota: $7,416,968, 80 Grants/Contracts).

 

University of Central Florida

97) Co-Principal Investigator (with M.Mouloua PI). Effects of Telematics on Driver’s Workload: A Protocol Development and Analysis. AAA Foundation for Traffic Safety.January 1, 2001 toDecember 31, 2001. $118,210.

98) Principal Investigator. Stress Workload, and Fatigue on the Electronic Battlefield. Multi-Disciplinary University Research Initiative (MURI).July 1, 2001 toJune 30, 2006. $5,000,000.
99) Recipient. Summer Faculty International Diversity Scholarship,University ofCentral Florida, April, 30-May 4, 2001 $1,000.

100) Principal Investigator. (with M.Mouloua). The DELTA Program [Designed Elimination of Traffic Accidents. Center for Advanced Transportation Simulation,University of CentralFlorida and the Lynx. Organization, July 1, 2001 to June 30, 2002. $25,000.

101) Co-Principal Investigator. (with J. Smither, J. Koonce., M.Mouloua, andE. Rinalducci). Development of the Basic School Bus Driver Instruction Tutoring and System. CATSS andOrangeCountySchool District. $100,000.

102) Co-Principal Investigator. (with M.Mouloua). Interactive Driving Simulator and Neuro-Mapping Systems. Presidential  Research Equipment Award.University of CentralFlorida. $98,000.

103) Co-Principal Investigator. (with M.Mouloua). Conversion of Simulation and Training Technology to the Transportation Sector. I-4 Corridor Funding. $75,000.

104) Co-Principal Investigator (with V.K. Sims). Visual search in augmented environments. STRICOM Research Projects, April 1, 2002 to March, 2003, $90,000.

105) Recipient. Summer Faculty International Diversity Scholarship,University ofCentral Florida, April, 30-May 3, 2002 $1,000.

106) Co-Principal Investigator. (withE. Salas) Adaptive Interfaces for Decision-Making. Auto-Adaptive Information Presentation, CollaborativeAlliance Grant, DAAD19-01-1-0009, June 2001 to May 2002, $20,000.

107) Principal Investigator. Nexgen-Infoworld.NationalCenter for Simulation. Grant No. 64-03-825. April 30, 2002 to December 1, 2002.  $100,000.

108) Co-Principal Investigator.(with E. Salas and S. Fiore, and J. Bradshaw, N. Charness, D. Eccles, K.A. Ericsson, P. Feltovich, C. Janelle, R. Hoffman, G. Tenenbaum, & P. Ward Florida Alliance for the Study of Expertise.(Co-PIs). National Science Foundation (Catalyst Award for a Science of Learning Center), 2003. $220,000.

109) Principal Investigator. Human factors aspects of the Battlefield Augmented Reality Systems (BARS). Component of the Research on Augmented Virtual Environment Systems (RAVES) Project. (B. Goldiez, Principal Scientist), Office of Naval Research (ONR), May, 2003 to August, 2004, $40,000.

110) Co-Principal Investigator (with R. Gilson and M.Mouloua). Covert Multi-Sensory Feedback for the Dismounted Soldier. Defense Advanced Research Projects Agency, (DARPA) October 2003-April, 2004, $806,432..

111) Co-Principal Investigator. (withE. Salas) Understanding Adaptive Behavior. CollaborativeAlliance Grant, DAAD19-01-1-0009, January 2004 to May 2004, $20,000.

112) Principal Investigator. The Operation of Human-Robot Interfaces under Stress and Maladaptive Workload Conditions. Army Research Laboratory through the Micro-Analysis and Design CTA. April 2004 to December, 2004. $44,000.

113) Principal Investigator. Supporting the Incorporation of Human Behavior and Constraints into Unit of Action Simulations. Army Research Laboratory through the Micro-Analysis and Design CTA. April 2004 to December, 2004. $100,000.

114) Principal Investigator. Individual Differences in Human Information Processing Capabilities: Sensitivity to Variations in Workload, Stress and Fatigue. Defense Advanced Research Projects Agency. (DARPA) April, 2004 to December, 2004. $119,000.

115) Principal Investigator. Output Analysis, Maintenance and Stressor Enhancements for IMPRINT. Army Research Laboratory through the Micro-Analysis and Design CTA. April 2004 to December, 2004. $49,049.

116) Principal Investigator. Automated Behavioral Health Triage. STTR with Professional Services Group Inc., US Army Medical Research and Material Command. October, 2004 to February, 2005. $33,300.

117) Principal Investigator. Human-Robot Interaction Component of the “ECATT/MR STO Research and Testbed Product Integration” From the Research and Development and Evaluation Command, (REDCOM) United States Army, Under Contract No. N61339-05-C-0046. February, 2005 to February, 2006. $98,498.

118) Principal Investigator. Component improvements for soldier centered tools. Army Research Laboratory through the Micro-Analysis and Design CTA. June 2005 to April, 2006, $97,295.

119) Principal Investigator. Collaborative Technologies and their Effect on Operator and Team Workload in BMC2 Domains: A Multi-Modal Approach. US Air Force Research Laboratories, Wright-Patterson AFB, Dayton, OH, September, 2005-August, 2006, $99,940.

120) Principal Investigator. Utilization of In-Vehicle Warning Systems.Florida Department of Transportation,Tallahassee,FL, September, 2005-November 30, 2006, $89,469.

121) Co-Principal Investigator (with M. Koltko-Rivera). Enhancing war-fighter performance through predictive model-based decision aids and adaptive displays.U.S. Navy, Innovative Research Grant, November, 2005-March, 2006, $85,000.

122) Co-Principal Investigator (with J.L. Szalma).Adaptive automation in human-agent teams:  The effects of role change, task demand, and operator characteristics on system performance and operator trust. Army Research Laboratory, $74,765. June 1st, 2006 – May 30th, 2007.

123) Co-Principal Investigator (with R. Gilson).A multi-modal approach to unmanned vehicle operations in dynamic environments. $101,140. Army Research Laboratory, June 1st, 2006 – May 30th, 2007.

124) Principal Investigator. Scalable Interfaces. Army Research Laboratory through Micro-Analysis and Design, DAAD10-01-C-0065, March 29th 2006, – January 24th, 2007. $74,991.

125) Co-Principal Investigator. (with G. Conway). A Human Factors Examination of Driver Response to a Specific Workzone Design  and Key Moderating Factors. (Extension to Previous F/DOT Project),Florida Dept. of Transportation,Tallahassee,FL, June 1st, 2006, to  May 31st, 2007. $84,624.

126) Principal Investigator. Scalable Interfaces for Dismounted Soldier Applications. Army Research Laboratory through Alion, DAAD10-01-C-0065, January 29th 2007 – January 30th, 2008. $152,000.

127) Principal Investigator. Scalable Interfaces and Controls for Dismounted Soldier Applications. Army Research Laboratory through Alion, DAAD10-01-C-0065, September 30th 2007, – September, 29th, 2008. $150,000.

128) Co-Principal Investigator. (with S. Howe, J. Szalma, D. Halpern, & R. Hoffman). Feschrift support for Joel Warm.American Psychological Association, January, 2008 to May, 2008. $10,000.

129) Principal Investigator. Adaptation of Physiological and Cognitive Workload via Interactive Multi—Modal Displays Phase I. Army Research Office. Government Contract Number: W911NF-08-1-0196 June 1st, 2008 to December, 31st,  2008. $94,000.

130) Principal Investigator. Signal detection and information assimilation. US Navy-ASEE Sabbatical Leave Program. Awarded $45,000 (Declined Due to Program Constraints on On-Going Funding). August, 2008-May, 2009.

131) Principal Investigator. Adaptation of Physiological and Cognitive Workload via Interactive Multi—Modal Displays: Phase II. Army Research Office. January 1st, 2009 to November 30th, 2009. $62,500.

132) Principal Investigator. Adaptation of Physiological and Cognitive Workload via Interactive Multi—Modal Displays: Phase III. Army Research Office. December 1st, 2009 to November 30th, 2010. $88,000.

133) Principal Investigator. Cognitive Modeling of Interactive Response Capacity Under Time Pressure. Army Research Office, March 31st, 2010 to November 30th, 2010. $49,966.

134) Co-Principal Investigator. (with  R. Shumaker Principle Investigator and S. Fiore, A. Wu., F. Jentsch., S. Gallagher, L. Boloni, D. Nicholson, D. Barber, S. Lackey, & L. Reinerman, Co-PI’s). Robotics Collaborative Technology Alliance Planning Phase. General Dynamics, Sub-Contract of the Human-Robot Interaction Collaborative Technology Alliance. May 1st, 2010 to June 30th, 2010. $67,290.

135) Co-Principal Investigator. (with  J. Whitmire). Vision and Eye Tracking System for Advanced Human-Machine Interaction Assessment. College of Sciences Equipment Grant, University of Central Florida, June, 2010. $66,650..

136) Principal Investigator. Trust in Human-Robot Interaction: Phase I. Component Task of the Robotics Collaborative Technology Alliance July 1st, 2010 to December 31st, 2010. $175,352.

137) Principal Investigator. Adaptation of Physiological and Cognitive Workload via Interactive Multi—Modal Displays: Phase IV. Army Research Office. December 1st, 2010 to June 30th, 2011. $69,000.

138) Principal Investigator. Expanding a Smart Tutoring System Supporting Acquisition and Retention Skills. Office of Naval Research (ONR), Jong Kim (Co-PI), (Sub-Contractor to Pennsylvania State University, F. Ritter PI). $61,000. October, 2010 to September, 2011.

139) Co-Principal Investigator. (with  J. Szalma). Training for Vigilance in a Videogame-based Environment: The Effectiveness of Knowledge of Results and Diagnosticity of Feedback on Performance, Workload, and Stress. Army Research Institute (ARI). March, 2011-March, 2013. $398,472.

140) Principal Investigator. Trust in Human-Robot Interaction: Phase II. Component Task of the Robotics Collaborative Technology Alliance April 28th, 2011 to October 31st, 2011. $99,663.

141) Winning Team Member (R. Hanowski, VTTI, Principal Investigator). Human Factors Support for Human Vehicle Performance Research. NHTSA IDIQ DTNH22-0-10-R-00359. August, 2011-July 2016.

142) Principal Investigator. Expanding a Smart Tutoring System Supporting Acquisition and Retention Skills. Phase II, Office of Naval Research (ONR), Jong Kim (Co-PI), (Sub-Contractor to Pennsylvania State University, F. Ritter PI). $5,960. September, 2011to September, 2012.

143) Principal Investigator. Trust in Human-Robot Interaction: Phase III. Component Task of the Robotics Collaborative Technology Alliance, November 1st, 2011 to April 30th, 2012. $32,400.

144) Principal Investigator. Expanding a Smart Tutoring System Supporting Acquisition and Retention Skills. Phase III, Office of Naval Research (ONR), Jong Kim (Co-PI), (Sub-Contractor to Pennsylvania State University, F. Ritter PI). $18,000, January 2012 to September, 2012.

145) Principal Investigator. Empirical investigation of social dynamics and trust in soldier-robot teams. Component Task of the Robotics Collaborative Technology Alliance, May 16th, 2012 to May 15th, 2013. $105,000. (At UCF, $9,570,976; 48 Grants/Contracts). (Overall: $17,643,031; 145 Grants/Contracts/Projects).