Editorial Farewell to Don Harris and Introduction to the New Editor-in-Chief The journal Aviation Psychology and Applied Human Technology where she is teaching Human Factors for more Factors started in 2011 as an enterprise of the EAAP in than 3 years. She has published several international journal collaboration with the Australian Aviation Psychology and conference articles in the areas of aviation psychology Association (AAvPA). and human factors. She has served as a chair of many Don Harristook onthe demandingtaskofEditor- international conferences in aviation psychology, such as in-Chief of the rising journal most energetically. His 4-year the International Symposium on Aviation Psychology in term as the key figure of the journal ended in September Dayton Ohio and the EAAP Conference. She is also an 2014 when Don stepped down from the EAAP Board. After editorial board member of The International Journal of being appointed Professor at Coventry University it became Aviation Psychology. more and more difficult for him to combine his more than We are delighted to welcome Ioana as the head of the full time job with the likewise time consuming journal APAHF journal. As stated in her editorial also published activities. Don has done a great job in the past 4 years in this issue of APAHF, she expresses her ambition to and the EAAP is very grateful to him for his amazing develop the journal into a leading forum in the aviation human performance. sciences. The search for a new Editor-in-Chief of the APAHF jour- Correspondence Address nal took some time but fortunately not too long. Ioana Koglbauer from Austria entered the EAAP board in 2014 André Droog and was interested and willing to continue the work. EAAP President Ioana received her PhD in Psychology at the University Van Speykstraat 49B of Graz, Austria, in 2009, spent post-doctoral fellowships 9726 BK Groningen at EUROCONTROL Experimental Centre in Brétigny, The Netherlands France and at Brightline Avionics, Austria. Currently she Tel. +31 (0)50 526-5104 E-mail firstname.lastname@example.org is Key Human Factors Researcher at Graz University of Aviation Psychology and Applied Human Factors 2015; Vol. 5(1):2 2015 Hogrefe Publishing DOI: 10.1027/2192-0923/a000078 Editorial This document is copyrighted by the American Psychological Association or one of its allied publishers. This article is intended solely for the personal use of the individual user and is not to be disseminated broadly.
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Published: Jan 1, 2015