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Centrifuge Microscope NIZEMI

The slow rotating centrifuge NIZEMI (Zeiss Axioskop, Zeiss, Germany) has been successfully used for threshold studies on various biological systems during the space mission IML 2 in 1994.
Related Topics: Behavioral Sciences Aerospace Medicine

Target areas / Branches of research

The Department of Aviation and Space Psychology at DLR is involved in many areas of research. Current research is taking place in the areas Selection and training of aviation personnel, aptitude ass...
Related Topics: Behavioral Sciences Aircraft Communications and Navigation Aerospace Medicine


Jet-Lag is the synonym for a number of health-related symptoms that may be caused by flying through several time-zones in long-distance flights. The symptoms are: sleep disturbances, unusual fatigue, ...
Related Topics: Behavioral Sciences Aerospace Medicine

Looking for Up and Down on the Centrifuge: Study at the DLR-Institute of Aerospace Medicine

An ambulant study on the perception of “upright” and the orientation under different gravity conditions is carried out on one of the two short arm human centrifuges at DLR. The Institute of Aerospace ...
Related Topics: Aerospace Medicine Behavioral Sciences

Simulation Studies [...]

The following requirements were investigated in three simulation studies:
1. Requirements for operators with regards to monitoring and cooperating in a control center environment.
2. The...
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The DLR Autonomous Industrial Mobile Manipulator (AIMM) consists of a mobile platform and manipulator from KUKA and at DLR has been extended by a gripper, a pan-tilt unit and multiple sensors to allow...
Related Topics: Behavioral Sciences Cybernetics, Artificial Intelligence and Robotics Aerospace Medicine
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