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Researchers at NASA Langley Research Center in Hampton, Virginia are conducting ongoing studies in National Airspace System management, flight deck operations, and human factors. These studies depend on the participation of technical experts in airline, general, corporate, and military aviation, and air traffic control. This collaboration is resulting in technical advances in Airborne Systems, Flight Operating Procedures, Flight Deck Systems Concepts, Synthetic Vision, and Unmanned Aircraft Systems. To find out more about NASA's projects and programs please visit www.nasa.gov.

Upcoming Studies

NASA seeking Commercial Airline Pilots to participate in a one-day Simulation Evaluation, 3/18/2024 - 4/30/2024

Commercial Airline Pilots: Help shape the future of commercial airplane operations in an upcoming NASA study. You will be participating in a Research Flight Deck Simulator (fixed based) at NASA Langley Research Center in Hampton, Virginia. NASA is collecting data on a future commercial airplane concept with electric engines mounted on the wings and a single turbofan engine mounted on the tail. You will be asked to fly various scenarios with this simulated airplane, and we will ask for your expert opinion regarding an electrified commercial airplane. We will also be recording the simulated airplane data for later analysis. Your data will be kept confidential. Your participation will provide valuable data for future commercial airplane operations. Participants will be compensated a total of $725 US Dollars for their time and travel expenses are covered. Minimum requirements for participation include: Airline Transport Pilot (ATP) Rated; Experience flying Boeing and/or Airbus aircraft with Glass Cockpits, Prefer B737, A320/A321; Be willing to travel to Hampton, Virginia; Provide consent to the recording of the simulated airplane data. Please note that your privacy is of utmost importance and your image, name, and voice will not be associated with the recording of the simulated airplane data. Additionally, only the authorized research team will have access to this data. If interested in participating, please create an account in the Participant Recruitment Portal and provide the necessary information requested and fill out the BQ-1 Aviation Questionnaire. Please email Erin Thomas at Erin.E.Thomas (at) nasa.gov or text at 757-751-7363 for experiment inquiries and scheduling.If you experience any difficulties on the website, please email David.J.Peterson (at) nasa.gov. Your consideration is greatly appreciated. Compensation includes stipend, airfare, hotel, rental car, food.

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A government contractor in Hampton, Virginia maintains this database of volunteer participants for NASA Langley Research Center.

Depending on the nature of the study, participants will be compensated for travel, accommodations, per diem, and for their contribution to these research studies.

Advance notification of suitable experiments will be provided. Participants will be scheduled based on experiment requirements, test dates, and participant's availability.

If interested, please register at our web site by clicking here. Please watch the video above before you register.

Your participation is key to the success of these research efforts and your input as a subject matter expert is very valuable to the research team.

If further information is needed, please contact:

Ms. E. Thomas