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Karen Feigh is an Assistant professor at Georgia Tech's School of Aerospace Engineering. She holds a B.S. in Aerospace Engineering from Georgia Tech, an MPhil in Aeronautics from Cranfield University, UK, and a Ph.D. in Industrial and Systems Engineering from Georgia Tech. Dr. Feigh has previously worked on fast-time air traffic simulation, conducted ethnographic studies of airline and fractional ownership operation control centers, and designed expert systems for air traffic control towers and NextGen concepts. She is also experienced in conducting human-in-the-loop experiments for concept validation. She is currently the Acting Director of Georgia Tech's Cognitive Engineering Center
Dr. Feigh’s research interests include the design of cognitive work support systems for individuals and teams in dynamic socio-technical settings, including airline operations, air transportation systems, UAV and MAV ground control stations, mission control centers, and command and control centers. More generally her research interests include adaptive automation design, the measurement of, and design for different cognitive states.