July 2010
David E. Rast
David E. Rast

I work with Sena Garven and Greg Ruark on various projects related to social influence and group processes. Over the next year I am primarily working on two projects. The first project seeks to identi ...

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June 2011
Pawlos Y. Campbell
Pawlos Y. Campbell

I will be working with the Battle Space Visualization Branch and most all of my work and research will be conducted with a focus on Space Situation Awareness. As a part of this research, I will be set ...

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July 2009
Matthew E. Funke
Matthew E. Funke

Matt Funke is a Research Fellow working with Drs. Joel Warm and Benjamin Knott. He assists in the development, analysis, and reporting of experiments in the area of Human Factors. Matt’s focus is on c ...

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May 2010
Erica L. Weber
Erica L. Weber

I am investigating the effects of thermal lensing on visual performance using an artificial eye. These experiments strive to assess how several parameters, such as pigmentation, pupil size, and exposu ...

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July 2012
Sarah C. Rozinek
Sarah C. Rozinek

My work applies to photodynamic cancer therapy, solar cells, and possibly the ability to modify proteins to impart new functions. With an array of optical spectroscopy techniques and computational si ...

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