George Salazar is the Human-Computer Interface Technical Discipline Lead at NASA, Johnson Space Center, Human Interface Branch focusing on human interfaces for current and future space programs. He attained his bachelor’s in electrical engineering from the University of Houston and his Master of Science in Systems Engineering from Southern Methodist University. He is currently the displays and controls subsystem manager for the commercial crew program and is investigating advanced human-computer interface technology, including graphics processing beyond low earth orbit radiation environment.
M. Natalia Russi-Vigoya is a Sr. Human Factors Engineer at KBR in NASA JSC. At NASA, she works for the Health and Human Performance (HRP) contract, Human Factors Implementation, and Commercial and Human Landing System. She attained her Ph.D. from Texas Tech University, majoring in Industrial Engineering with a focus on Ergonomics and Human Factors. The latest research includes user-centered research for autonomous missions and smart system capabilities and the development of Exploration Medical Capability tools.