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NASA LaRC: Crew Systems and Aviation Operations

Langley Research Center (LARC) - Internship
NASA is conducting research in the areas of intelligent flight systems, autonomous systems, aviation operations, flight deck systems, and crew interactions/human-automation teaming for all manned and unmanned aerospace vehicle classes in support of large and complex programs and projects. This work involves the investigation of advanced flight deck technologies, new procedures, teaming concepts and technologies, and air traffic management concepts in order to improve the safety, flexibility, and efficiency of the National Airspace System (NAS) and aerospace vehicle operations in general. Autonomous operations, human-machine teaming, and On Demand Mobility are large drivers of the research solutions. Students will have the opportunity to work with a multidisciplinary team of engineers and scientist conducting research to develop, implement, and integrate these advanced flight deck technologies, autonomy solutions, and new concepts/procedures of air traffic management (ATM) and vehicle operations.
Internship Facts
Session(s): Spring 2018
Available slots: 2
Academic Level(s): Not currently attending a college or university
High School - Sophomore
High School - Junior
High School - Senior
Pursuing Associates
College - Freshman
College - Sophomore
College - Junior
College - Senior
Pursuing Masters
Pursuing Doctorate
Pursuing Post Doctorate
Academic Discipline(s): Engineering - Aerospace Eng.
Engineering - Biomedical Eng.
Engineering - Chemical Eng.
Engineering - Civil Eng.
Engineering - Computer Eng
Engineering - Construction Eng.
Engineering - Ecological Eng.
Engineering - Electrical Eng.
Engineering - Environ Eng.
Engineering - Hydraulic Eng.
Engineering - Industrial Eng.
Engineering - Instrumentation Eng.
Engineering - Integrated Eng.
Engineering - Materials Eng.
Engineering - Mechanical Eng.
Engineering - Nuclear Eng.
Engineering - Optical Eng.
Engineering - Polymer Eng.
Engineering - Power Eng.
Engineering - Quality Eng.
Engineering - Safety Eng.
Engineering - Structural Eng.
Mathematics - Applied Mathematics
Mathematics - Discrete Mathematics
Mathematics - General
Mathematics - Quantity Mathematics
Mathematics - Space Mathematics
Mathematics - Structure Mathematics
Science - Astronomy
Science - Biology
Science - Chemistry
Science - Earth Sciences
Science - Environ Sciences
Science - Life Sciences
Science - Physical Science
Science - Physics
Technology - Electronics
Technology - Information Technology
Technology - Nanotechnology
Technology - Software Eng.
Technology - Systems Eng./Design
Technology - Comp Science
Engineering - General
Science - General
Technology - General
NASA Center/Facility Name: Langley Research Center (LARC)
Building Number/Name & Room Number 1268A / 2156
Work Environment Office Setting
Expected outcome: The student will have the opportunity to engage in ongoing research activities. A final report and presentation of the student's project will be required at the end of the internship.
Student's special skills: Basic computer skills (Word, Excel, PowerPoint, etc.)
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