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Appendix A: Biographical Sketches of Committee Members
Pages 187-194

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From page 189...
... PETER BARBER is senior lecturer, Maritime Simulation Section, Southampton Institute of Higher Education, Warsash, U.K., where he specializes in shiphandling training using manned models, bridge team management training on full-mission ship-bridge simulators, radar, vessel traffic system training, and port development contracts. He received maritime training from the College of Maritime Studies, earning his Master Mariner Certificate in 1976.
From page 190...
... While at CAORF, she conducted and supervised research in simulation training, simulation fidelity, layout of bridge instrumentation, design of navigational aids, design of ports and harbors including the Panama Canal simulation study, watchstanding fatigue, and work scheduling. Her consultancies have included research on watchstanding officer workload for the SUSAN ship simulation facility in Hamburg, an ongoing study of drug-induced fatigue on worker productivity, and numerous research in experimental methods, statistics, and programming.
From page 191...
... He has extensive experience in naval training and development and manpower utilization, including a Navywide appraisal of training requirements. His naval service included positions as commander, Fleet Air Mediterranean, Naples, Italy; director, Total Force Training and Education Policy Division; and director, Naval Aviation Training and Manpower Division, Washington, D.C.; commanding officer, Anti-Submarine Warfare Training Group Atlantic; commanding officer, Patrol Wing Five; and various legislative and U.S.
From page 192...
... Kayten was research analyst for human-computer interface and simulator training validation at Ship Analytics. She designed and conducted research at the Computer Aided Operations Research Facility that provided the basis for Coast Guard accreditation of simulator training of Merchant Marine Academy cadets as equivalent to a portion of the required sea time for deck officer licensure.
From page 193...
... Lines, Farrell Lines, American Export Lines, Moore-McCormack Lines, Grace Lines, and the Military Sealift Command as relief master and chief mate. His memberships include the International Marine Simulation Forum, International Radar and Navigation Simulator Lecturers' Conference, Maritime Training Advisory Board, the International Cargo Handling Coordination Association, and the International Maritime Lecturers Association.
From page 194...
... Prior to joining the MIT faculty in 1967, he was a research naval architect with the David Taylor Research Center and adjunct professor, American University. His primary scientific contributions include theoretical and computational studies applicable to the interactions of ocean waves with ships and offshore platforms and wave resistance of ships.

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