Jonathan Rein, PhD.
Jonathan Rein is an engineering research psychologist with the Human Factors Branch. He received his PhD in experimental psychology from the University of Texas at Austin. Jon's previous work has primarily involved the development of automation tools and the evaluation of human-automation system performance. His past projects have included work in air traffic management, unmanned aircraft systems, and aviation security.
Contact InformationJonathan Rein, PhD.
Federal Aviation Administration
William J. Hughes Technical Center, Building 28
Atlantic City International Airport, NJ 08405
Phone: (609) 485-8342
Fax: (609) 485-6218
Friedman-Berg, F., Rein, J., & Racine, N. (2014). Minimum Visual Information Requirements For Detect and Avoid in Unmanned Aircraft Systems. Proceedings of the Human Factors and Ergonomics Society 58th Annual Meeting - 54-8
Hah, S., Willems, B., Mueller G., et al. (2013). Human Factors Evaluation of Conflict Resolution Advisories in the En Route Domain (DOT/FAA/TC-13/55). Atlantic City International Airport, NJ: Federal Aviation Administration William J. Hughes Technical Center.
Rein, J., Masalonis, A., Messina, J., & Willems, B. (2013). Meta-analysis of the Effect of Imperfect Alert Automation on System Performance. PROCEEDINGS of the HUMAN FACTORS and ERGONOMICS SOCIETY 57th ANNUAL MEETING - 280-4
Rein, J. R., Masalonis, A. J., Messina, J., & Willems, B. (2012). Separation Management: Automation reliability meta-analysis and conflict probe reliability analysis (DOT/FAA/TC-TN-12/65). Atlantic City International Airport, NJ: Federal Aviation Administration William J. Hughes Technical Center.