Male Speaker

PRESENTATIONS


Below are selected presentations at international conferences.

July 2022

Misrepresenting reality: Limitations of accident documentaries for airline pilot training. 10th International Conference on Human Factors in Transportation, Manhattan, NY, USA, July 24-28.

July 2021

Communication on the flight deck: What lessons can we learn from past accidents? 9th International Conference on Human Factors in Transportation, Manhattan, NY, USA, July 25-29.

July 2020

Towards a glossary of aviation communication factors. 8th International Conference on Human Factors in Transportation, San Diego, CA, USA, July 16-20.

July 2019

Overwritten or unrecorded: A study of accidents & incidents in which CVR Data were not available. 7th International Conference on Human Factors in Transportation, Washington DC, USA, July 24-28.

May 2019

Learning from the past: Airline accidents & the ICAO language proficiency program. 20th International Symposium on Aviation Psychology, Dayton, OH, USA, May 7-10.

July 2018

Intercultural communication on the flightdeck: A review of studies in aviation. 6th International Conference on Human Factors in Transportation, Orlando, FL, USA, July 21-25.

July 2017

Communication at risk in the cockpit: Human factors and the ICAO language proficiency program. 5th International Conference on Human Factors in Transportation, Los Angeles, CA, USA, July 17-21.

May 2017

The concept of communication breakdown: Useful fallacy or time for overhaul? 19th International Symposium on Aviation Psychology, Dayton, OH, USA, May 8-11.

August 2016

Ready for departure: Aviation English for Japanese students on an ab initio pilot training program. 8th International Conference on ESP in Asia, Tokyo, Japan, August 19-21.

July 2016

Culture in the cockpit: The impact of cultural factors on CRM training for airline flight crews. 5th International Conference on Cross-Cultural Decision Making, Orlando, FL, USA, July 27-31.

July 2016

An important failure: Lessons from Daedalus and Icarus. 4th International Conference on Human Factors in Transportation, Orlando, FL, USA, July 27-31.

May 2015

“We need priority please” - Mitigated speech in the crash of Avianca flight 052. 18th ISAP International Symposium on Aviation Psychology, Dayton, OH, USA, May 4-7.

March 2012

Power distance and language anxiety during ab initio flight training of Japanese cadets in New Zealand. RAeS Aircraft Commander in the 21st Century Conference, London, UK, March 20-21.

May 2011

Zagreb, Tenerife and Cove Neck: Revisiting the assumptions underlying ICAO's language proficiency programme. 16th International Symposium on Aviation Psychology, Dayton, OH, USA, May 2-5.


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“If anything can go wrong, it will.”

(Murphy’s Law/Colonel Stapp)

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