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Old 25th Jul 2022, 19:15
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MIT Survey Looking for Participants

Hello! As part of an MIT survey, we are looking for experienced pilots to help evaluate past aviation convective weather interactions. The ultimate goal of our study is to better predict when convective weather situations will cause a deviation from a planned route. Participants will be asked to evaluate flight segments which may (or may not) have deviated due to the tactical weather situation. Participation is entirely remote via email, and will take about 15-30 minutes, depending on the number of cases you wish to label. If you are interested in participating, or if you have any questions about participating, please email the address listed below. Thank you!

[email protected]

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Old 28th Jul 2022, 00:45
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Post only to put the thread back into view due to the delay between the OP's post and mod thread acceptance.

(For those who might wish to place survey requests, the site requirement is that such threads require an OK from the mod group. Best to send a request in the first instance to one of the mods who looks after the forum in which you would like the survey thread posted. )
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Old 2nd Aug 2022, 09:39
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I did the survey; takes about 15 minutes and is quite interesting - especially what the goal of the experiment and research is.

If you have a chance; make a tiny bit of effort and help contribute in a tiny way to future flight safety/efficiency!

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A huge thank you to everyone who has participated so far! It's too early to say anything definitively, but so far we've seen a lot of variation in the responses (which is very interesting). In order to better understand this variation, we are hoping to find a few more participants who can help us.

If you're interested at all (or if you know someone who might be interested), please shoot me an email at: [email protected]

Thanks again! I look forward to sharing the results with you all.
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