First MVL meeting of the term. Please attend!
Discoveries during an investigation of the solid oxide electrolysis cells for the Mars Oxygen ISRU Experiment
MVL, Ph.D. Candidate
Discoveries during an investigation of the solid oxide electrolysis...
Integrated EVA Human Research Plan
Dr. Andrew Abercromby
Multiple organizations within NASA as well as industry and academia fund and participate in research related to extravehicular activity (EVA). In October 2015, representatives of the...
Spatial Orientation in simulated and real weightlessness: Where is 'up'?
Institute of Physiology and Anatomy, German Sport University Cologne, Germany
Key words: egocentric, allocentric, gravicentric, spatial orientation, intuitive...
Visual Reinforcement of Illusory Rotations during Centrifugation: A Novel Habituation Strategy to Motion Sickness
G. Bertolini1, J.E. Bos2, D. Bron3, T. Frett1, E. Groen2, R. Hemmersbach1, F.L. Wuyts4
NASA Risks, Standards, Requirements, and Handbooks: How The MVL (Like Commercial Space) Can Leverage NASA Expertise and Lessons Learned
Conor Cullinane, PhD Candidate
MEMP Bioastronautics Harvard-MIT Health Science & Technology (HST)
IMU-based Agility Quantification
MS Candidate, Mechanical Engineering
Abstract: Human agility is typically defined as the ability to rapidly change velocity or direction in response to a stimulus. While...
Quantification and Visualization of Coordination during Non-Cyclic Upper Extremity Motion
PhD Candidate, MEMP Bioastronautics
Harvard-MIT Health Science & Technology (HST)
There are many design...
ACCESS (1G-Artifical Gravity Centrifuge Space Station in Cis-lunar Space): Concept and Operations
Roedolph Opperman, PhD Candidate, MVL
This presentation is on work performed by MIT's ACCESS team that culminated in a paper that was presented at AIAA Space 2016 last...
Title: Wearable Technology Impact: study through the development of a soft-orthotic device
Speaker: Carlos Alves da Costa Goncalves, MIT Portugal Program
The goal of this work is...