Conference Venue: Marriott at the University of Dayton
Early Registration extended to March 29, 2019
ISAP Special Rate ends April 1, 2019
Final Program can be viewed here
Don't miss the ISAP Fellows Forum! Friday 155-1655 ISAP Fellows Dennis Beringer, John Flach, Richard Jagacinski, Phillip Smith, and Christopher Wickens will be discussing with us on Preparing for the Future of Aviation Psychology
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Sherry Chappell, Federal Aviation Administration Jeff Doyal, Ball Aerospace & Technologies Corp John Flach, Mile Two Kurtulus Izzetoglu, Drexel University Brian Simpson, Air Force Research Laboratory Pamela Tsang, Wright State University M.M. (René) van Paassen, Delft University of Technology Michael Vidulich, Air Force Research Laboratory
About the Conference
The International Symposium on Aviation Psychology is convened for the purposes of:
Presenting the latest research on human performance problems and opportunities within aviation systems
Envisioning design solutions that best utilize human capabilities for creating safe and efficient aviation systems
Bringing together scientists, research sponsors, and operators in an effort to bridge the gap between research and application
Although the symposium is aerospace oriented, we welcome anyone with basic or applied interests in any domain to the extent that generalizations from or to the aviation domain are relevant.
This biennial symposium was first convened by Richard Jensen at the Ohio State University in 1981.
Honorable Robert Sumwalt
National Transportation Safety Board
Dr. Charles Spence
Dr. Amy Pritchett
Pennsylvania State University
Keep up to date
Come have ice cream and share thoughts on Preparing for the the Future of Aviation Psychology with Drs. Dennis Beringer, John Flach, Richard Jagacinski, Philip Smith, and Chris Wickens. Friday, 1555-1655
Presentation Guidelines are now online. Please find it in the Author Information section
Reserve your Conference Hotel rooms for May 4 through May 9 now. May 10 and May 11 are sold out at the Conference Hotel and all nearby hotels are mostly full. A special ISAP rate has been arranged for May 10 and May 11 at the Courtyard by Marriott Dayton...
Reserve your room by April 8 to get the ISAP special rate. Room availability will be limited after April 8 because there is another major event immediately following ISAP.
Aviation psychology related job openings can be advertised for free until June 2019. Contact [email protected] to post your job openings
Paper submission deadline extended to March 8, 2019