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Stress and Strain in Cabin Crews


In co-operation with the Deutsche Lufthhansa AG (and supported by the Federal Ministry of Transportation and the Academy of Flight Medicine), the work stress and strain on 44 members of the cabin crew...
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Related Topics: Aerospace Medicine

MOSES - More Operational Flight Security through increased Situation Awareness


Situation Awareness is a commonly used term in aviation. This project focussed on comprising and operationalizing the term "situation awareness". Therefor a metrological approach was proved through ex...
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Related Topics: Aerospace Medicine Air Transportation and Safety Behavioral Sciences

Short-Arm Human Centrifuge (SAHC), DLR, Cologne (D)


With the Short-Arm Human Centrifuge (SAHC) in Cologne – provided by the ESA – artificial gravity will be created to afford fun-damental research in medicine and human physiology.
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Topping-out ceremony of the new research facility :envihab


On 27 June 2012, the Institute of Aerospace Medicine of the German Aerospace Center (DLR) will celebrate the topping-out ceremony of the new research facility :envihab together with invited guests fro...
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Related Topics: Aerospace Medicine

European Low Gravity Research Association (ELGRA)
September 1st - 4th, 2009


2009 Biennial Symposium and General Assembly “In the Footsteps of Columbus”
The ELGRA Symposium is intended as a forum for scientific and technical research in microgravity. Abstracts in the fiel...
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Related Topics: Ground Support Systems and Facilities (Space) Aerospace Medicine Man/System Technology and Life Support

Investigation on cumulative psycho-physiological effects on flight crews


The DLR (German Aerospace Center) Insitute for Aerospace Medicine has been working on questions concerning the stress and work-load of flight crews for several years. Until now only single ciculations...
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Related Topics: Behavioral Sciences Aerospace Medicine
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