The following scientific publications are from the HI-SEAS experiments. We continue to publish from the data collected on all the missions.

Barnard A, Engler ST, Binsted K. Mars habitat power consumption constraints, prioritization, and optimization. Journal of Space Safety Engineering. 2019 Dec 1;6(4):256-64.

Engler ST, Ansley B, Binsted K “HI-SEAS habitat energy requirements and forecasting”, Acta Astronautica, Volume 162, 2019, Pages 50-55, ISSN 0094-5765, May 31, 2019

Goemaere, S., Brenning, K., Beyers, W., Vermeulen, A. C., Binsted, K., and Vansteenkiste, M. (2019). “Do astronauts benefit from autonomy? Investigating perceived autonomy-supportive communication by Mission Support, crew motivation and collaboration during HI-SEAS 1.” Acta Astronautica, 157, 9-16.

Goemaere, S., Van Caelenberg, T., Beyers, W., Binsted, K., and Vansteenkiste, M. (2019). “Life on mars from a Self-Determination Theory perspective: How astronauts’ needs for autonomy, competence and relatedness go hand in hand with crew health and mission success-Results from HI-SEAS IV.” Acta Astronautica.

Engler, S., Hunter, J., Binsted, K., and Leung, H. (2018). “Robotic Companions for Long Term Isolation Space Missions.” In 2018 15th International Conference on Ubiquitous Robots (UR) (pp. 424-430). IEEE.

Binsted K., Basner M., Bedwell W., Caldwell B., Hunter J., Kozlowski S., Roma P., and Schmer-Galunder S. (2018). “HI-SEAS: Overview of Results from the Four, Eight and Twelve Month Missions.” NASA Human Research Program Investigators’ Meeting, Galveston, TX.

Olenick J., Webb J., Dishop C., Binsted K., Chang C., and Kozlowski S. (2018). “Team Dynamics and Granger Causality in a Long Duration Flight Analog.” NASA Human Research Program Investigators’ Meeting, Galveston, TX.

Dunn J., Orr M., and Binsted K. (2018). “Comparison and Fusion of Multiple Data Sources from Long-Duration Spaceflight Analog Missions for Integrated Health and Stress Monitoring.” NASA Human Research Program Investigators’ Meeting, Galveston, TX.

Engler, S.T., “Forecasting of Energy Requirements for Planetary Exploration Habitats Using a Modulated Neural Activation Method”, Engler, S.T., University of Calgary Thesis Vault, 17th Mar 2017

Ehrlich, J.W., Massa, G., Wheeler, R., Gill, T.R., Quincy, C., Roberson, L., Binsted, K. and Morrow, R. (2017). Plant Growth Optimization by Vegetable Production System in HI-SEAS Analog Habitat. In AIAA SPACE and Astronautics Forum and Exposition (p. 5143).

Hauplik-Meusburger, S., Binsted, K., and Bassingthwaighte, T. (2017). Habitability Studies and Full Scale Simulation Research: Preliminary themes following HISEAS mission IV. 47th International Conference on Environmental Systems.

Dunn, J., Huebner, E., Liu, S., Landry, S., and Binsted, K. (2017). Using consumer-grade wearables and novel measures of sleep and activity to analyze changes in behavioral health during an 8-month simulated Mars mission. Computers in Industry, 92, 32-42.

Caldwell, B. and Binsted K. (2017). “Frequency Of Hi-Seas Crew Communications To Mission Support During 4-, 8-, And 12-Month Simulated Planetary Exploration Missions.” NASA Human Research Program Investigators’ Meeting, Galveston, TX.

Nasrini, J., Dinges, D.F., McGuire, S., Hermosillo, E., Ecker, A.J., Mollicone, D.J., Mott, C.G., Binsted, K., Caldwell. B., Moore, T.M., Gur, R.C., Basner, M. (2017). “Cognitive Performance In Long-Duration Mars Simulations At The Hawaii Space Exploration Analog And Simulation (HI-SEAS).” NASA Human Research Program Investigators’ Meeting, Galveston, TX.

Binsted K., Basner M., Bedwell W., Bishop, S., Caldwell B., Chang D., Hunter J., Kozlowski S., Roma P., Shiro B., and Wu P. (2017). “Investigations At Hi-Seas Into Team Function And Performance On, And Crew Composition For, Long Duration Exploration Missions.” NASA Human Research Program Investigators’ Meeting, Galveston, TX.

Dunn, J., Landry S., and Binsted, K. (2017). “Trajectories of Health and Stress in Long-Duration Mars Analog Crews.” NASA Human Research Program Investigators’ Meeting, Galveston, TX.

Ott, T., Wu, P., Morie, J., Wall, P., Ladwig, J., Chance E., Haynes, K., Bell, B., Miller, C., and Binsted, K. (2016). “ANSIBLE: A Virtual World Ecosystem for Improving Psycho-Social Well-being.” In International Conference on Virtual, Augmented and Mixed Reality, pp. 532-543. Springer International Publishing.

Wu, P., Morie, J., Wall, P., Ott, T., & Binsted, K. (2016). “ANSIBLE: Virtual Reality for Behavioral Health.” Procedia Engineering, 159, 108-111.

Roma, P., Binsted, K., Caldwell, B., and Shiro, B. (2016). “Team Cohesion, Performance, and Biopsychosocial Adaptation Research at the Hawai’i Space Exploration Analog and Simulation (HI-SEAS).” Society for Industrial and Organizational Psychology Annual Conference, Anaheim, California.

Anderson, A., Fellows, A., Hegel, M., Binsted, K., and Buckey, J. (2016). “Evaluation Of An Autonomous, Computer-Based Behavioral Health Countermeasure In An Isolated, Confined Environment.” Aerospace Medical Association Annual Scientific Meeting, Atlantic City, NJ.

Anderson, A., Fellows, A., Hegel, M., Binsted, K., and Buckey, J. (2016). “Autonomous Behavioral Health Countermeasures for Spaceflight – Virtual Space Station.” NASA Human Research Program Investigators’ Meeting, Galveston, TX.

Bedwell W., Roma P., and Binsted K. (2016). “Crew Cohesion on LDEM: A Longitudinal Look at Conflict.” NASA Human Research Program Investigators’ Meeting, Galveston, TX.

Binsted K., Basner M., Bedwell W., Caldwell B., Chang D., Hunter J., Kozlowski S., Nasrini J., Roma P., Santoro J., Seibert M., Shiro B., and Wu P. (2016). “Investigations at HI-SEAS into Team Function and Performance on Long Duration Exploration Missions.” NASA Human Research Program Investigators’ Meeting, Galveston, TX.

Santoro J., Dixon A., Binsted K., Chang C., and Kozlowski S. (2016). “Tracking Long-Term Dynamics: The Hawaii Space Exploration Analog and Simulation.” NASA Human Research Program Investigators’ Meeting, Galveston, TX.

Hunter, J., Binsted, K., and Drago, R.E. (2015). “Nutritional intake of analog subjects consuming prepackaged or crew-prepared foods.” Human Research Program Investigators Workshop, Houston, Texas.

Binsted K., Bedwell W., Caldwell B., Hunter J., Kozlowski S., Miller C., Roma P. (2015). “Preliminary results on team function and performance from Hawaii Space Exploration Analog and Simulation (HI-SEAS).” Human Research Program Investigators Workshop, Houston, Texas.

Shiro, B., Binsted, K., and Rowland, K. (2014). “Geological field activities at the HI-SEAS planetary surface analog mission simulation in Hawai’i”. NASA Exploration Science Forum, Moffett Field, California.

Poulet, L., Massa, G., Wheeler, R., Gill T., Steele, C., Morrow, R.C., Swarmer, T., Hunter, J., Binsted K. (2014). “Demonstration Test of Electrical Lighting Systems for Plant Growth in HI-SEAS Analog Mars Habitat”. 65th International Astronautical Congress in Toronto, Canada. IAC-14,A5,2.9×25271.

Binsted, K., Bedwell, W., Caldwell, B., Hunter, J., Kozlowski, S., Miller, C., Roma, P. (2014). “Determining key contributors to the maintenance and regulation of team function and performance on long duration exploration missions at the HI-SEAS analog habitat”. 65th International Astronautical Congress in Toronto, Canada. IAC-14,A1,P,27,x27063.

Binsted, K., Bedwell, W., Caldwell, B., Doumas, A., Hunter, J., Kozlowski, S., Roma, P., Shiro, B. (2014). “Determining Key Contributors to the Maintenance and Regulation of Team Function and Performance on Long Duration Exploration Missions at the HI-SEAS Habitat”. Human Research Program Investigators Workshop, Houston, Texas.

Engler, S., Caraccio, A., Binsted, K., Wiecking, B., Leung, H. (2014). “Towards Forecasting Resource Consumption In Mars Analog Simulations.” The 8th Annual International Mars Conference, July 14th-18th, CalTech, Pasadena, California.

Engler, S., Hunter, J., Schick, A., Binsted, K., and Leung, H. (TBD) “Robotic Companions for Long Term Isolation Space Missions”. IEEE Robotics and Automation.

Engler, S., Abramov, O., Binsted, K., Hunter, J., Leung, H., and Wiecking, W. (2013). “Planetary Habitat Systems Monitoring On a Mars Analog Mission”. 100YSS Symposium, Houston, Texas.

Binsted, K., Hunter, J., Halpern, B., and Caldwell, B. (2013). “HI-SEAS: A long-duration human spaceflight analog in Hawaii”. 64th International Astronautical Congress. Space Life Sciences Symposium, Session: Behaviour, Performance and Psychosocial Issues in Space. IAC-13.A1.P.6.x18737. Beijing, China.

Caldwell, B., Halpern, B., Binsted, K., and Hunter, J. (2013). “Monitoring cephalad fluid shift induced nasal tissue swelling in 70-day 6° head-down tilt”. Humans in Space Symposium, Cologne, Germany.

Shiro, B., Binsted, K., and Hunter, J. (2013). “HI-SEAS: A Planetary Surface Analog Mission Simulation in Hawaii”. International Conference on Environmental Systems, Vail, Colorado.

Binsted, K., Hunter, J., and Caldwell B. (2012). “Reducing the risks of long-term human space exploration by simulating missions in an analog environment on Mauna Loa”. Human Research Program Investigators Workshop, Houston, Texas.