This project discovers the signatures of success in human-agent teams using advances in event network Analysis.
Testing viability and fidelity of using devices developed by the John Rogers lab to capture human interaction data.
A transformative research program breaking new ground in how MTSs are conceptualized and studied.
Helping policymakers make investments in science that move from “high risk high payoff” to “safe(r) bets high payoff.”
Studying astronauts and space analog participants, with a novel focus on their social media prior to and after isolation.
Among the significant team challenges NASA will face on future missions is the need to maintain shared mental models.
One significant challenge in human space exploration is the complexity of the operating environment for astronauts.
Exploring composition and function of space crews as the largest leverage point for mitigating the team risk.
How composition affects teams that operate in extreme environments like the crews of future LDSEM.
Teams play an increasingly dominant role relative to solo scientists in medical practice, medical [...]
Organizations are restructuring into collaborative systems in order to address complex problems by [...]
Rapid advances in digitally-enabled communications have given rise to a new organizational form - [...]
Multi-team systems are prevalent in military organizations. Working in multi-team systems (MTS) requires Soldiers [...]
The science of teams has not yet provided satisfactory answers to two fundamental questions. [...]
Many of the most urgent, important, and complex problems facing society today require [...]
Urgent, important, and complex societal problems require large groups of scientists. Scientific collectives are [...]
The major goal of this project is to better understand leadership in virtual organizations. [...]