THE 2022 HUMANS TO MARS SUMMIT
May 17-19, 2022
The George Washington University
Sherrie Holder is a Senior Space Systems Engineer at the Charles Start Draper Laboratory with research interests in space human factors, human computer interaction, and space systems engineering. Through study of human behavior and performance, as well as interface design, her work seeks to improve performance during spaceflight operations.
Dr. Holder’s ongoing work at Draper includes human interface design, study of robotic interfaces, and lunar landing efforts. She has contributed to the Real Time Performance Metrics (RTPM) system for non-invasive human performance monitoring including HERA and NEEMO collaborations, and was the technical lead for the Human Automation/Robot Integration (HARI) Trade Analysis Study for NASA in coordination with UC Davis.