Publications

Work In Progress

  • Kobrick, R.L., Garcia, D., Claas, O., Putz, D., Miller, L.S., Bettiol, L., Runyon, K., Groemer, G., Covello, C., and Lopac, N. (Paper under review): “RxEVA: Prescribing human performance exploration limits for surface operation”. Session 8.04 Human Factors & Performance, 2020 IEEE Aerospace Conference. Big Sky, MT, USA. Paper ID Number: 2122.
  • Doule, O., Crisman, K., Skuhersky, M., Kobrick, R.L., Lopac, N., Fornito II, M.J., Covello, C., and Banner, B. (Submitted to journal): “Adjustable IVA Analog Spacesuit Ergonomics – Upper Body Motion Envelope Reference Model”. Human Factors: Human Factors and Ergonomics Society 2019 Journal.
  • Landsman, Z.A., Schultz, C.D., Britt, D.T., Peppin, M., Kobrick, R.L., Metzger, P.T., Cannon, K.M., and Orlovskaya,, N. (Paper in Progress): “The physical properties of Phobos regolith simulants PGI-1 and PCA-1”. Advances in Space Research.
  • Pell, S.J., Kobrick, R.L., and Trolley, Z. (Reviewed, final submission pending): “Technical recommendations to improve Mars Desert Research Station safety, simulation and science.” Journal of Space Safety Engineering. Selected from 69th IAC paper. Bremen, Germany.

Papers

  • Pell, S.J., Kobrick, R.L., and Barnes, D.G. (2019): “Human spaceflight performance: bootstrapping the intersection of biometrics and artistic expression through planetary mission analogue EVAs”. 70th International Astronautical Congress 2019. Global Technical Symposium, 2-B3.9. Human Spaceflight Global Technical Session. Washington DC, USA. Paper ID: IAC-19,B3,9-GTS.2,5.
  • Kobrick, R.L., Lopac, N., Covello, C., Fornito II, M.J., Banner, B. and Southern, T. (2019): “Range of Motion Evaluation of a Final Frontier Design IVA Spacesuit using Motion Capture”. 49th International Conference on Environmental Systems 2019, Session ICES400: Extravehicular Activity: Space Suits. Boston, MA, USA. Paper Number ICES-2019-99.
  • Kobrick, R.L., and Agui, J.H. (2019): “Preparing for Planetary Surface Exploration by Measuring Habitat Dust Intrusion with Filter Tests during an Analogue Mars Mission”. Acta Astronautica. Selected from 69th International Astronautical Congress paper. Bremen, Germany. Vol. 160, Pp. 297-309. doi.org/10.1016/j.actaastro.2019.04.040.
    • Kobrick, R.L., and Agui, J.H. (2018): “Preparing for Planetary Surface Exploration by Measuring Habitat Dust Intrusion with Filter Tests during an Analogue Mars Mission”. 69th International Astronautical Congress 2018. 51st IAA Symposium on Safety, Quality and Knowledge Management in Space Activities, Session D5.3 Prediction, Testing, Measurement and Effects of space environment on space missions. Bremen, Germany. Paper ID: IAC-18-D5.3.6.
  • Pell, S.J., Kobrick, R.L., and Trolley, Z. (2018): “Technical recommendations to improve Mars Desert Research Station safety, simulation and science.” 69th International Astronautical Congress 2018. 29th IAA Symposium on Space and Society, Session E5.1. Space Architecture: Habitats, Habitability, and Bases. Bremen, Germany. Paper ID: IAC-18-E5.1.11.
  • Kobrick, R.L., Lopac, N., Schuman, J., French, J., and Tomiyama, T. (2018): “Increasing Spaceflight Analogue Mission Fidelity by Standardization of Extravehicular Activity Metrics Tracking and Analysis”. 48th International Conference on Environmental Systems 2018, Session ICES403: Extravehicular Activity: Operations. Albuquerque, NM, USA. Paper Number ICES-2018-191.
  • Kobrick, R.L., Lopac, N., Schwartz, P., Schuman, J., Covello, C., French, J., Gould, A., Meyer, M., Southern, T., Lones, J., and Ehrlich, J.W. (2018): “Spacesuit Range of Motion Investigations Using Video and Motion Capture Systems at Spaceflight Analogue Expeditions and within the ERAU S.U.I.T. Lab”. 48th International Conference on Environmental Systems 2018, Session ICES400: Extravehicular Activity: Space Suits. Albuquerque, NM, USA. Paper Number ICES-2018-189.
  • Kobrick, R.L., McKee, J., Macchiarella, S., and Gould, A. (2018): “Breaking Down Traditional Classroom Walls and Studying Spacesuits Abroad”. 48th International Conference on Environmental Systems 2018, Session ICES307: Collaboration, Education and Outreach, and Public Engagement. Albuquerque, NM, USA. Paper Number ICES-2018-312.
  • Lones, J., and Kobrick, R.L. (2017): “Advancing Extravehicular Activity (EVA) Spaceflight Operations and Education by Supporting Analogue Metrics Analysis and Developing Spacesuit Demonstrations”. AIAA SPACE Forum, Space Operations. Orlando, FL. Control ID: 726095.
  • Kobrick, R.L., and Seedhouse, E. (2017): “Creating an Experiential Learning and Research Driven Spacesuit Lab for ERAU”. 47th International Conference on Environmental Systems 2017, Session ICES307: Collaboration, Education and Outreach, and Public Engagement. Charleston, SC, USA. Paper Number ICES-2017-11.
  • Llanos, P.J., Seedhouse, E., Kobrick, R.L., and Kitmanyen, V. (2017): “Adaptability Analysis for PoSSUM Scientist-Astronaut Candidates using the Suborbital Space Flight Simulator with an IVA Spacesuit”. 47th ICES 2017, Session ICES400: Extravehicular Activity: Space Suits. Charleston, SC, USA. Paper Number ICES-2017-100.
  • James, G., Kitmanyen, V., and Kobrick, R.L. (2017): “Mapping of IVA Spacesuit Mobility – Design Considerations and Functionality”. 47th ICES 2017, Session ICES400: Extravehicular Activity: Space Suits. Charleston, SC, USA. Paper Number ICES-2017-261.
  • Kitmanyen, V., Disher, T., Kobrick, R.L., and Kring, J. (2017): “Comparative Analysis of Isolation Studies: Human Factors Considerations for Deep-Space Habitat Design and Next-Gen Crew Selection”. 47th ICES 2017, Session ICES502: Space Architecture. Charleston, SC, USA. Paper Number ICES-2017-203.

Posters

  • Doule, O., Crisman, K., Kobrick, R.L., Lopac, N., Fornito II, M.J., Covello, C., and Banner, B. (2019): “Adjustable IVA Analog Spacesuit Ergonomics – Upper Body Motion Envelope Reference Model” (Interactive Presentation). 70th International Astronautical Congress 2019. B3. IAF Human Spaceflight Symposium, Session 5. Astronaut Training, Accommodation, and Operations in Space. Washington DC, USA. Paper ID: IAC-19,B3,IP,1.
  • Kobrick, R.L., Lopac, N., Fornito II, M.J., Covello, C., Banner, B., and Gould, A. (2019): “Astronaut Performance Analysis using Motion Capture for IVA and EVA in the S.U.I.T. Lab”. ERAU 2019 Discovery Day. FIRST Grant research.
  • Lopac, N., Covello, C., Banner, B., Rivas, C., Mendieta, I., and Radulovic, A. (2019): “NASA Micro-g NExT 2019: The S.U.I.T. Lab Specialized Tool for Astronaut Recording”. Discovery Day 2019. Available: https://commons.erau.edu/discovery-day/db-discovery-day-2019/poster-session/55/
  • Lopac, N. (2017): “Investigating Spacesuit Mobility in Spaceflight Operations Using Motion Capture Technology”. Student Poster Competition. 47th International Conference on Environmental Systems 2017. Charleston, SC, USA.
  • Lopac, N. (2017): “Investigating Spacesuit Mobility in Spaceflight Operations Using Motion Capture Technology”. Discovery Day 2017. Available: https://commons.erau.edu/discovery-day/db-discovery-day-2017/Poster-Session/6/

Abstracts

  • Kobrick, R.L., Gould, A., and Macchiarella, S. (2020 abstract submitted): “Lessons Learned Linking Future Space Leaders with Study Abroad Programs”. 50th International Conference on Environmental Systems – ICES 2020, Session ICES307: Collaboration, Education and Outreach, and Public Engagement. Lisbon, Portugal. Paper [abstract tracking] Number ICES-2020-129.
  • Miller, L.S., Kobrick, R.L., and Diego, G. (abstract submitted for special panel): “Human Factors Subsystem of the RxEVA Human-Centric Model for Prescribing Surface EVA “. Special Session: Lessons Learned and Issues for Enhancing Human Performance while Exploring the Earth, Skies, and Space Parts I and II. Aerospace Medical Association (AsMA) Annual Scientific Meeting 2020. Atlanta, GA. Abstract #4359.
  • Doule, O., Crisman, K., Kobrick, R.L., Lopac, N., Fornito II, M.J., Covello, C., and Banner, B. (2019): “Adjustable IVA Analog Spacesuit Ergonomics – Upper Body Motion Envelope Reference Model”. 10th International Conference on Applied Human Factors and Ergonomics, 7th International Conference on Human Factors in Transportation: Space. Washington D.C., USA.

Art Pieces