May 2010
Jessica M. Badger
Jessica M. Badger

I am currently working as a post-doctoral research fellow with Dr. Richard Hoffman as part of FSRU's command climate research program. I am conducting research examining the outcomes of command climat ...

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August 2011
Joseph E. Mercado
Joseph E. Mercado

I am currently working on a project investigating the ways to identify experts in the dectection of improvised explosive devices. The largest threat to allied ground forces remains the IED. The most e ...

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August 2009
William S. Weyhrauch
William S. Weyhrauch

I work with Dr. Kimberly Metcalf in the area of leadership and cross-cultural interactions between Soldiers and their counterparts in Iraq, Afghanistan, and elsewhere. I will also be assisting with va ...

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June 2011
Patrick C. Clark
Patrick C. Clark

My program of research with the AFRL has focused thus far on the impact that trust has on automated system use. I am primarily focusing on what individual characteristics lead to trust in an automated ...

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February 2012
Leonardis L. Bruce
Leonardis L. Bruce

Army aviation is seeking to increase the tactical role of unmanned aircraft systems (UAS). One aspect of this expansion is the development of Manned-Unmanned Teams (MUM-T) where UAS will be teamed wi ...

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