What I Do At NASA: Week 7

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Person of the Week:

Photo: Katharine LeeName:
Katharine Lee
 
Job Title: 
Deputy Chief, Aviation Systems Division
 
What I do for NASA:
I help manage an organization that researches new technologies for air traffic management and operates high fidelity flight simulators. My technical background is in human factors, where we evaluate, and try to improve,  how humans work with advanced automation.
 
What I am reading right now:
I usually have a couple of books going at the same time.
I'm reading:

Bookcover: The President's Club The President's Club: Inside the World's Most Exclusive Fraternity
by Nancy Gibbs and Michael Duffy

 
Bookcover: Harry Potter and the Order of the Phoenix Harry Potter and the Order of the Phoenix
by J.K. Rowling

 




 

What I am looking forward to this summer:
Some time off with the family, and working in my vegetable garden.
 


Located right here in Silicon Valley, the National Aeronautics and Space Administration (NASA) Ames Research Center contributes to virtually every major NASA mission and initiative via expertise in the following core areas:
  • Entry systems
  • Advanced Computing & IT Systems
  • Aerosciences
  • Air Traffic Management
  • Astrobiology and Life Science
  • Cost-Effective Space Missions
  • Intelligent/Adaptive Systems
  • Space and Earth Science

This incredible research center is one of 10 field centers for NASA and has been a leader in world class development and research for 70 years. 

Over 2500 people work in a variety of roles at Ames from scientists and engineers to educators and inventors. SCCLD’s Reading by Design program celebrates such creativity, inquisitiveness and innovation crucial in these exciting roles. This summer SCCLD in partnership with NASA will spotlight some these amazing people and their work at NASA Ames.
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