Books, Journal Articles and Peer-Reviewed Conferences

Books

  1. Newman, D.J., Interactive Aerospace Engineering and Design, Introductory engineering textbook with accompanying CD-ROM, McGraw-Hill, Inc., June 2001.

Papers in Refereed Journals

  1. Newman, D.J. and S.R. Bussolari, “Dual-Task Performance on an Interactive Human/Computer Space Shuttle Flight Experiment,” Biomed Sci Instrum, 26:213-25, 1990.
  2. Newman, D.J. and H.L. Alexander, “Human Locomotion and Workload for Simulated Lunar and Martian Environments,” Acta Astronautica, 29(8): 613-620, 1993.
  3. Newman, D.J., Alexander, H.L. and B.W. Webbon, “Energetics and Mechanics for Partial Gravity Locomotion,” Aviat Space and Environ Med, 65: 815-823, 1994.
  4. Newman, D.J., “Modeling Reduced Gravity Human Locomotion,” Advances in Mathematical Modeling of Biological Processes, D. Kirschner, ed., International Journal of Applied Science and Computation, 3(1):91-101, June, 1996.
  5. Newman, D.J., Schultz, K.U. and J.L. Rochlis, “Closed Loop, Estimator Based Model of Human Posture Following Reduced Gravity Exposure,” AIAA Journal of Guidance, Control, and Dynamics, 19(5):1102-1108, 1996.
  6. Newman, D.J., Tryfonidis, M. and M. van Schoor, “Astronaut-Induced Disturbances in Microgravity,” AIAA Journal of Spacecraft and Rockets, 34(2): 252-254, 1997.
  7. Newman, D.J., Jackson, D.K. and J.J. Bloomberg, “Altered Astronaut Lower-Limb and Mass Center Kinematics in Downward Jumping Following Space Flight,” Exp Brain Res, 117:30-42, 1997.
  8. Lathan, C.E. and D.J. Newman, “Quantification of Human Performance in Extreme Environments,” Advances in Human Factors/Ergonomics, 21B:1005-1008, 1997.
  9. Newman, D.J. and G. Schaffner, “Computational Dynamic Analysis of Extravehicular Activity: Large Mass Handling,” AIAA Journal of Spacecraft and Rockets, 35(2): 225-227, 1998.
  10. Stanney, K., Salvendy, G. et al., “Aftereffects and Sense Of Presence In Virtual Environments: Formulation Of A Research And Development Agenda,” International Journal of Human-Computer Interaction, 10(2), 135-187, 1998.
  11. Newman, D.J. and C.E. Lathan, “Memory Processes and Motor Control in Extreme Environments,” IEEE Transactions on Systems, Man, and Cybernetics, Part C: Applications and Reviews, 29(3): 387-394, August 1999.
  12. Lathan, C.E., Sebrechts, M.M., Newman, D.J and C.R. Doarn, “Heuristic Evaluation of a Web-Based Interface For Internet Telemedicine,” Telemedicine Journal, 5(2): 177-185, 1999.
  13. Schaffner, G., Newman, D.J. and S. Robinson, “Computational Simulation of Extravehicular Activity Dynamics During a Satellite Capture Attempt,” AIAA Journal of Guidance, Control, and Dynamics, 23(2): 367-369, March-April 2000.
  14. Rochlis, J. and D.J. Newman, “A Tactile Display for International Space Station (ISS) Extravehicular Activity (EVA),” Aviat Space and Environ Med, 71(6): 571-578, June 2000.
  15. Baroni, G., Rigotti, C., Amir, A.R., Ferrigno, G., Newman, D.J. and A. Pedotti, “Multifactorial Movement Analysis in Weightlessness: A Ground Based Feasibility Study,” IEEE Transactions on Instrumentation and Measurement, 49(3): 476-483, June 2000.
  16. Newman, D.J., “Life in Extreme Environments: How Will Humans Perform on Mars?” ASGSB Gravitational and Space Biology Bulletin, 13(2): 35-47, June 2000.
  17. Jackson, D.K. and D.J. Newman, “Adaptive Effects of Space Flight as Revealed by Short-Term Partial Weight Suspension,” Aviat Space and Environ Med, 71(9), September 2000.
  18. Amir, A.R. and D.J. Newman, “Research into the Effects of Astronaut Motion on the Spacecraft: A Review,” Acta Astronautica, 47(12): 859-869, December 2000.
  19. Newman, D.J. and A.R. Amir, “Innovative First Year Aerospace Design Course at MIT,” ASEE Journal of Engineering Education, 90(3): 375-381, July 2001.
  20. Newman, D.J., Amir, A.R. and S.M. Beck, “Astronaut-Induced Disturbances to the Microgravity Environment on Board the Mir Space Station: Results of the Enhanced Dynamic Load Sensors Spaceflight Experiment,” AIAA Journal of Spacecraft and Rockets, 38(4): 578-583, July-August 2001.
  21. Amir, A.R., Baroni, G., Pedrocchi, A., Newman, D.J., Ferrigno, G. and A. Pedotti, “Measuring Astronaut Performance on the ISS: Advanced Kinematic and Kinetic Instrumentation,” IEEE Transactions on Instrumentation and Measurement, (in press) October 2001.
  22. Grönqvist, R., Abeysekera, J., Gard, G., Hsiang, S.M., Leamon, T.B., Newman, D.J., Gielo-Perczak, K., Lockhart, T.E., and C.Y.-C. Pai,” Human-Centered Approaches in Slipperiness Measurement,” Ergonomics: The Official Journal of the Ergonomics Society and the International Ergonomics Association, 44(13): 1167-1199, October 2001.
  23. Saleh, J.H., Hastings, D.E., and D.J. Newman, “Spacecraft Design Lifetime,” AIAA Journal of Spacecraft and Rockets,Vol. 39,No. 2, 244-257,March-April 2002.
  24. Saleh, J.H., Hastings, D.E., and D.J. Newman, “Flexibility in System Design and Implications for Aerospace Systems,” Acta Astronautica, 2001.
  25. Saleh, J.H., Hastings, D.E., and D.J. Newman, “Weaving Time into System Architecture: Satellite Cost per Operational Day and Optimal Design Lifetime,” Acta Astronautica, vol.54, pp 413-431 2004.
  26. Saleh, J.H., Lamassoure, E.S., Hastings, D.E., and D.J. Newman, “Flexibility and the Value of On-Orbit Servicing: A New Customer-Centric Perspective,” AIAA Journal of Spacecraft and Rockets, vol.40, No. 2, pp 279-291, March-April 2003.
  27. White, R.J., Bassingthwaighte, J.B., Charles, J.B., Kushmerick, M.J., Newman, D.J., “Issues of Exploration: Human Health and Wellbeing During a Mission to Mars”, Adv. Space Res., Vol. 31,  No.1 pp. 7-16, 2003.**
  28. Carr, C.E., Schwartz, S.J., and D.J. Newman, “Preliminary Considerations for Wearable Computing in Support of Astronaut Extravehicular Activity,” 2002
  29. Bethke, K., Carr, C. E. Pitts, B. M., Newman, D.J., “Bio-Suit Development: Viable Options for Mechanical Counter Pressure”, Society of Automotive Engineers, Inc., Warrendale, PA, USA, SAE paper 2004-01-2294, 2004.**
  30. MacLeish, M.Y., Moreno, N. P., Thomson, W. A., Newman, D. J., Gannon, P. J., Smith, R. S., Denton, J. J., James, R. K., Wilson, C., Sognier, M., Illman, D. L., “Communicating Bioastronautics Research to Students, Families and the Nation”, Acta Astronautica, vol. 56, pp 773-782, March 2005.**
  31. C.E. Carr and D.J. Newman. “When is running in a space suit more efficient than walking in a space suit?”, Society of Automotive Engineers, Inc., Warrendale, Pennsylvania, USA. SAE paper 2005-01-2970, 2005.**
  32. Saleh, J.H., Hassan, R., Torres-Padilla, J. P., Hastings, D. E., and Newman, D.J., “Impact of Subsystem Reliability on Satellite Revenue Generation and Present Value”, AIAA Journal of Spacecraft and Rockets, vol. 42, No. 6, November-December 2005.**
  33. Ferguson, P. A., Newman, D. J., “Novel Dynamic Joint Torque Estimation using Force-Plate and Joint Angle Data”, (submitted to journal), December 2005.**
  34. Saleh, J. H., Torres-Padilla, J-P., Hastings, D. E., Newman, D. J., “To Reduce or to Extend a Spacecraft Design Lifetime?”, Journal of Spacecraft and Rockets, vol. 43, No. 1, Jan-Feb. 2006.
  35. Jordan, N. C., Saleh, J. H., Newman, D. J., “The extravehicular mobility unit: A review of environment, requirements, and design changes in the US spacesuit”, Acta Astronautica, Volume 59, Issue 12, Pages 1135-1145, July 2006.
  36. Saleh, J. H., Jordan, N. C., Newman, D. J. “Shifting the emphasis: from cost models to satellite utility or revenue models – The case for a value-centric mindset in space system design.” Acta Astronautica, Vol. 69, No. 10, 2007, p. 889–900.**
  37. Carr, C. E., Newman, D. J., “Space Suit Bioenergetics: Framework and Analysis of Unsuited and Suited Activity”, Aviation, Space Environmental Medicine, 78:1013-1022, 2007.**
  38. Carr, C. E., Newman, D. J., “Space Suit Bioenergetics: Cost of Transport During Walking and Running”, Journal of Aviation, Space Environmental Medicine, 78:1093-1102, 2007.**
  39. Carr CE, Newman DJ. “Characterization of a lower-body exoskeleton for simulation of space-suited locomotion”, Acta Astronautica 62 (2008) 308-323. (doi:10.1016/j.actaastro.2007.11.007)
  40. Arai, T., Aoki, H., Fanchiang, C., Newman, D.J., “Educational Tool for Modeling and Simulation of a Closed Regenerative Life Support System” Acta Astronautica 63 (2008) pp. 1100-1105.
  41. Stirling, L., Newman, D.J., Willcox, K., “Self-Rotations in Simulated Microgravity: Performance Effects of Strategy Training” Journal of Aviation, Space Environmental Medicine, vol. 80 no. 1, pp. 5-14, 2009. **
  42. Stirling, L., Willcox, K., Ferguson, P., Newman, D.J., “Kinetics and Kinematics for Translational Motions in Microgravity During Parabolic Flight ”, Journal of Aviation, Space Environmental Medicine, vol. 80, No. 6, pp. 522-531, 2009. **
  43. Stirling, L., Willcox, K., Newman, D., “Development of a Computational Model for Astronaut Reorientation”, Journal of Biomechanics, (re-submitted), 2009. **
  44. Stirling, A. Arsie, L., Willcox, K., Frazzoli, E., Newman, D., “Application of Quantized Control to Human Reorientation Maneuvers in Microgravity”, Journal of Biomechanics, (accepted), 2010. **
  45. Waldie, J., Newman, D., “A Gravity Loading Countermeasure Skinsuit”, Acta Astronautica (submitted), 2009.
  46. R. A. Opperman, J. M. Waldie, A. Natapoff, D. J. Newman, J. A. Jones, “Statistical Analysis of Suit-Induced Fingernail Trauma in U.S. Astronauts,” Journal of Aviation, Space Environmental Medicine (submitted), 2009. **
  47. Wagner, E.B., Granzella, N.P., Saito, N., Newman, D.J., Young, L.R., Bouxsein, M.L., “Partial weight Suspension: A Novel Murine Model for Investigation Adaptation to Reduce Musculoskeletal Loading”, Journal of Applied Physiology, 2010109:350-357; published ahead of print June 3, 2010, doi:10.1152/japplphysiol.00014.2009).
  48. Goel, R., Kaderka, J. Newman, D., “Modeling the benefits of an artificial gravity countermeasure couple with exercise and vibration, Acta Astronautics, (invited), 2011.**
  49. Stephen, G., Hsu, WenHo., Saltzman, E., Holt, K., Newman, D., Weinberg, M., Wood, R., Nagpal, R., Young, D., Goldfield, E., “Multifractal Fluctuations in Joint angles during infant spontaneous kicking reveal multiplicativity-driven coordination”,2011.
  50. Waldie, J., Newman, D., “A gravity loading countermeasure skinsuit” Original Research Article Acta Astronautica “ , Volume 68, issues 7-8, April-May, Pages 722-230.
  51. Goel, R., Kaderka, J. Newman, D., “Modeling the benefits of an artificial gravity countermeasure couple with exercise and vibration, Acta Astronautics, Volume 70, January–February 2012, Pages 43-51.
  52. Wessendorf, A.M. and Newman, D.J.,  Dynamic Understanding of Human-Skin Movement and Strain-Field Analysis, IEEE Transactions on Biomedical Engineering, VOL. 59, NO. 012, pp 3432-3438, 2012.
  53. Eugene C. Goldfield, Yong-Lae Park, Bor-Rong Chen, Wen-Hao Hsu, Diana Young, Michael Wehner, Damian G. Kelty-Stephen, Leia Stirling, Marc Weinberg, Dava Newman, Radhika Nagpal, Elliot Saltzman, Kenneth G. Holt, Conor Walsh & Robert J. Wood (2012): Bio-Inspired Design of Soft Robotic Assistive Devices: The Interface of Physics, Biology, and Behavior, Ecological Psychology, 24:4, 300-327.
  54. Damian G. Stephen, Wen-Hao Hsu, Diana Young, Elliot L. Saltzman, Kenneth G. Holt,Dava J. Newman, Marc Weinberg, Robert J. Wood, Radhika Nagpal, Eugene C. Goldfield, “Multifractal fluctuations in joint angles during infant spontaneous kicking reveal multiplicativity-driven coordination”, Chaos, Solitons and Fractals, Vol. 45, Issues 9-10, pp. 1201-1219, Sept-Oct, 2012.
  55. Pfotenhauer, Sebastian M., et al. “Seeding Change through International University Partnerships: The MIT-Portugal Program as a Driver of Internationalization, Networking, and Innovation.” Higher Education Policy, 2012.
  56. Newman, D.J., Silva,M.T., Martins, J.M., d’Orey, S., “Simulation of Passive Dynamic Walkers Using Contact Models”, Gait and Posture.
  57. Duda, K., Vasquez, R., Newman, D.J., “Variable Vector Countermeasure Suit (V2Suit) for Space Exploration”, IEEE Explore, paper number 978-1-4673-1813-6, 2013.
  58. Domingues, R., Marreiros, S.M., Martins, J., Silva, M., Newman, D.J., “Analysis of the Skin Deformation about the Ankle-Foot Joint Using Two Different Methods of Digital Technology” submitted IEEE Transactions on Biomedical Engineering, 2013.
  59. Pfotenhauer, S., Wood, D.., Newman, D.J.. “Comples International Science, Technology and Innovation Partnerships: Towards a theoritical framework for analysis, assessment and design”, Review of Policy Research, invited, 2013.
  60. Holschuh, B., Obropta, E., Newman, D.J., “Low Spring Index NiTi Coil Actuators for Use in Active Compression Garments, submitted IEEE/ASME Transactions on Mechtronics, 2013.
  61. Melo, P., Silva, M., Martins, J., and Newman, D.J., “Technical Developments of Functional Electrical Stimulation to Correct Drop Foot: Sensing, Actuation and Control Strategies”, Journal of Clinical Biomechanics, available online 20 Nov 2014, Vol. 30, Issue 2, pp. Pages 101-113, doi:10.1016/j.clinbiomech.2014.11.007
  62. Pierre J. Bertrand, Savannah L. Niles, and Dava J. Newman, “Human Spaceflight in Social Media: Promoting Space Exploration Through Twitter”, New Space, Volume 3, 150514110504002, 2015. DOI: 10.1089/space.2015.0004
  63. Holschuh, B., and Newman, D. “Two-Spring Model for Active Compression Textiles with Integrated NiTi Coil Actuators,” Smart Mater. Struct. 24 (2015).
  64. A. P. Anderson, D. J. Newman, R. E. Welsch “Statistical Evaluation of Causal Factors Associated with Astronaut Shoulder Injury in Space Suits” Aerospace Medicine and Human Performance [23756314] 86.7 (2015): 606-613. Print.
  65. Kevin R. Duda, Rebecca A.Vasquez, Akil J. Middleton, Mitchell L. Hansberry, Dava J. Newman, Shane E. Jacobs and John J. West, “The Variable Vector Countermeasure Suit (V2Suit) for Space Habitation and Exploration”, Frontiers in Systems Neuroscience, Volume 9, Article 55, April 2015.
  66. P. L. Melo, M. T. Silva, J. M. Martins, D. J. Newman, A Microcontroller Platform For The Rapid Prototyping of FES-based Gait Neuroprostheses, Artif Organs, Vol. 39, Issue 5, E56-66, May 2015. DOI: 10.1111/aor.12400
  67. A. Anderson, D. Newman, Pressure Sensing for In-Suit Measurement of Space Suited Biomechanics, Acta Astronautica, 115 (2015) 8.
  68. A. Anderson, Y. Menguc, R. Wood, D. Newman, Development of the Polipo Pressure Sensing System for Dynamic Space-Suited Motion, IEEE Sensors Journal, Vol. 15(11):6229-6237, 2015. 10.1109/JSEN.2015.2449304, 2015
  69. B Holschuh, D Newman, Morphing “Compression Garments for Space Medicine and Extravehicular Activity Using Active Materials, Aerospace Medicine and Human Performance” 87 (2), 84-92, 2016
  70. Newman, D.J., Wood, D.,Roos, D., Pfotenhauer., S.,“Architecting complex international science, technology and innovation partnerships (CISTIPs): A study of four global MIT collaborations, Technological Forecasting and Social Change”, Volume 104, March 2016, Pages 38“56.
  71. Kara H. Beatona*, Alexander Menziesb, So Young Kim-Castetc, Dava Newmand, Stewart P. Abercrombiee, Victor Luof, Steven P. Chappellg, Andrew F. J. Abercrombyh, and Darlene S. S. Limi “Immersive Mixed Reality Capabilities for Planning and Executing Exploration Extravehicular Activity” 70th International Astronautical Congress (IAC), Washington D.C., United States, 21-25 October 2019.
  72. Newman, D.J.,Stroming, Jeremy., “Design of an External Compensatory Breathing Bladder for the BioSuit” IEEE Paper October 21, 2019.
  73. Newman, D.J.,Kothakonda, A., Kluis. L, “DESIGN OF A MECHANICAL COUNTER PRESSURE SPACESUIT INCORPORATING PASSIVE AND ACTIVE TENSIONING MATERIALS” 70th International Astronautical Congress 2019.

Peer-Reviewed Conferences

  1. Newman, D.J. and T.B. Hawley, “The International Lunar Initiative: The 1988 Design Project of the International Space University,” Lunar Bases & Space Activities in the 21st Century Symposium, Paper No. LBS 88-152, Houston, TX, April 1988.
  2. Newman, D.J. and B.W. Webbon, “Human Locomotion and Workload for Extravehicular Activity (EVA): Simulated Partial Gravity Environments,” International Academy of Astronautics (IAA) 9th Man in Space Symposium, Köln, Germany, June 1991.
  3. Newman, D.J., “A Submersible Partial Gravity Simulator for Lunar and Martian Locomotion,” International Design for Extreme Environments Assembly (IDEEA), Houston, TX, November 1991.
  4. Newman, D.J., “Biodynamics Modeling of Human Movement,” World Congress on Computational Medicine, Public Health, and Biotechnology, Women in Mathematical Modeling: A Showcase, Austin, TX, April 1994.
  5. Newman, D.J. and S.C. Fox, “Posture Control in the Partial Gravity Environment As Assessed by Proprioception,” 65th Aerospace Medical Association Meeting, San Antonio, TX, May 1994.
  6. Newman, D.J., “Tuning Muscle Stiffness to Accomplish Neuromuscular Control in Hypogravity,” 2nd World Congress of Biomechanics, Amsterdam, he Netherlands, July 1994.
  7. Lathan, C.E. and D.J. Newman, “Memory Processes and Motor Control for Teleoperation Applications,” AIAA Life Sciences and Space Medicine Conference, Houston, TX, April 1995.
  8. Jackson, D.K., Newman, D.J. and J.J. Bloomberg, “Changes in Astronaut Lower Limb and Body Mass-Center Kinematics in Downward Jumping Following Space Flight,” 66th Aerospace Medical Association Meeting, Anaheim, CA, May 1995.
  9. Newman, D.J., “Human Posture Modeling: An Assessment of Altered Gravity Adaptation,” Biomedical Engineering Society Annual Fall Meeting, Boston, MA, October 1995.
  10. Jackson, D.K., Newman, D.J., Bloomberg, J.J., Peters, B. and S. Smith, “Astronaut Lower-Limb and Mass Center Kinematics in Downward Jumping Following Spaceflight,” AIAA Life Sciences and Space Medicine Conference, Houston, TX, April 1996.
  11. Newman, D.J. and K.U. Schultz, “Estimator Based Model of Human Posture Following Reduced Gravity Exposure,” Engineering Foundation Conference on Neural Control of Human Movement, Mt. Sterling, OH, June 1996.
  12. Schaffner, G., Newman, D.J. and S. Robinson, “Inverse Dynamic Simulation and Computer Animation of EVA,” AIAA-97-0232, AIAA 35th Aerospace Sciences Meeting, Reno, NV, January 1997.
  13. Rochlis, J. and D.J. Newman, “EVA Navigation in Space: A Demonstration of he Tactile Situation Awareness System,” 68th Aerospace Medical Association Meeting, Chicago, IL, May 1997.
  14. Raj, A.K., McGrath, B.J., Rochlis, J.L., Newman, D.J. and A.H. Rupert, “The Application of Tactile Cues to Enhance Situation Displays,” Proceedings for the Third Annual Symposium and Exhibition on Situational Awareness in the Tactical Air Environment, Piney Point, MD, June 1998, pp. 77-84.
  15. Newman, D.J. and A.R. Amir, “Innovative Aerospace Design Course at MIT,” ASEE Annual Conference, Seattle, WA, July 1998. Nominated for Best Paper.
  16. Newman, D.J., “Interactive Web-based and Hands-on Engineering Education: A Freshman Aerospace and Design Course at MIT,” ICEE ’98 International Conference on Engineering Education, Rio de Janeiro, Brazil, August 1998.
  17. Newman, D.J., Beck, S., Amir, A.R., Baroni, G., Ferrigno, G. and A. Pedotti, “Measuring Astronaut Performance in Microgravity: Loads and Modeling,” Proceedings of the First Biennial Space Biomedical Investigators’ Workshop, League City, TX, January 1999.
  18. Ruff, C.B., Beck, T.J., Newman., D.J., Oden, Z.M., Schaffner, G., LeBlanc, A., Shackelford, L. and N. Rianon, “Skeletal Structural Consequences of Reduced Gravity Environments,” Proceedings of the First Biennial Space Biomedical Investigators’ Workshop, League City, TX, January 1999.
  19. Amir, A.R., Baroni, G., Pedrocchi, A., Newman, D.J., Ferrigno, G. and A. Pedotti, “Measuring Astronaut Performance on the ISS: Advanced Kinematic and Kinetic Instrumentation,” Proceedings of the 16th IEEE Instrumentation and Measurement Technology Conference: Measurement for the New Millennium, Special Session on Instrumentation and Measurement on the International Space Station, Venice, Italy, May 1999.
  20. Baroni, G., Rigotti, C., Amir, A.R., Ferrigno, G., Newman, D.J. and A. Pedotti, “Multifactorial Movement Analysis in Weightlessness: A Ground Based Feasibility Study,” Proceedings of the 16th IEEE Instrumentation and Measurement Technology Conference: Measurement for the New Millennium, Special Session on Instrumentation and Measurement on the International Space Station, Venice, Italy, May 1999.
  21. Bishop, R.H., Byrnes, D.V., Newman, D.J., Carr, C.E., and B. Aldrin, “Earth-Mars Transportation Opportunities: Promising Options for Interplanetary Transportation,” Paper AAS 00-255, Proceedings of the Richard H. Battin Astrodynamics Conference, College Station, TX, March 2000.
  22. Neogi, N. and D.J. Newman, “Estimation of the Transfer Function for the Russian Space Station Mir Due to Astronaut Loads,” Proceedings of the 41st AIAA/ASME/ASCE/AHS/ASC Structures, Structural Dynamics, and Materials Conference, AIAA-2000-1736, Atlanta, GA, April 2000.
  23. Wu, R., D.J. Newman, “Astronaut Adaptation Across the Spectrum of Gravity,” Proceedings of the 13th Humans in Space Symposium, Santorini, Greece, May 2000.
  24. Nghiem, D. and D.J. Newman, ” Considerations for a Future Martian Spacesuit Design – What Does It Mean to You?,” Intelligent Textiles Conference: A Look at he Future, Providence, RI, June 2000.
  25. Lathan, C.E, Newman, D.J., et al, “Promoting Leadership in Girls in an Informal Education Environment: The FAIHM Program,” (Selected as Best Paper) Proceedings of the Society of Women Engineers National Conference, Washington, DC, June/July 2000.
  26. Newman, D.J., Schmidt, P., Rahn D.B., Metaxas, D., and Badler, N., “Modeling the Extravehicular Mobility Unit (EMU) Space Suit: Physiological Implications for Extravehicular Activity (EVA),” AIAA and SAE International Conference on Environmental Systems, Toulouse, France, July 2000.
  27. White, R.J., Bassingthwaighte, J.B., Charles, J.B., Kushmerick, M.J. and D.J. Newman, “Issues of Exploration: Human Health and Wellbeing During a Mission to Mars,” 33rd Committee on Space Research Scientific Assembly (COSPAR 2000), Paper Number FO.1-0002, Warsaw, Poland, July 2000.
  28. Carr, C.E., and D. J. Newman, “Application of Wearable Computing to Exploration in Extreme Environments,” 3rd Annual International Mars Society Conference, Toronto, Ontario, Canada, August 2000.
  29. C.E. Carr and D.J. Newman, “Health Management Strategies for Long Duration Human Spaceflight and Planetary Surface Exploration”, Harvard-MIT Division of Health Sciences and Technology, Spring Forum, March 2001.**
  30. Baroni, G., Newman, D., Pedrocchi, A., Ferrigno, G., Cotronei, V., Bracciaferri, F., and A. Pedotti, “Kinematic and Kinetic Analysis in Weightlessness: the Parabolic Flight Campaign of the Micro-G Project,” Workshop Nazionale: La Scienza e la Tecnologia sulla Stazione Spaziale Internazionale (ISS), Turin, Italy, May 2001.
  31. Carr, C.E., and D.J. Newman, “Supporting Martian Field Geology,” IAIR Human Systems 2001: The International Conference on Psychosocial Adaptation and Human Factors Technologies, Houston, TX, June 2001.**
  32. Schmidt, P., Newman, D., and E. Hodgson, “Modeling Spacesuit Mobility: Applications to Design and Operations,” AIAA and SAE International Conference on Environmental Systems (ICES 2001), Orlando, FL, June 2001.
  33. Saleh, J.H., Kaliardos, W.N., Hastings, D.E., Hansman, R.J., and D.J. Newman, “On Flexibility in System Design,” 11th Annual INCOSE International Systems Engineering Symposium (INCOSE 2001), Melbourne, Australia, July 2001.
  34. Saleh, J.H., Hastings, D.E., and D.J. Newman, “Extracting the Essence of Flexibility in System Design,” 3rd NASA/DoD Workshop on Evolvable Hardware, Long Beach, CA, July 2001.
  35. Carr, C.E., and D. J. Newman, “Supporting Martian Field Geology,” Geological Society of America Annual Meeting & Exposition, Boston, MA, October 2001.
  36. Saleh, J.H., Lamassoure, E.S., Hastings, D.E., and D.J. Newman, “Flexibility and the Value of On-Orbit Servicing: A New Customer-Centric Perspective,” 2001 Core Technologies for Space Systems Conference, Colorado Springs, CO, November 2001.
  37. Frazer, A., Pitts, B., Schmidt, P., Hodgson, E., and Newman, D. “Quantifying Astronaut Tasks: Robotic Technology and Future Space Suit Design”, abstract, Second Biennial Space Human Factors Workshop, Houston, TX, January 2002
  38. Saleh, J.H., Mariais, K.S., Hastings, D.E., and D.J. Newman, “The Case for Flexibility in System Design,” 12th Annual INCOSE International Systems Engineering Symposium (INCOSE 2001), Las Vegas, NV, July-August 2002.
  39. Gustafsson, G., Newman, D.J., Stafstrom, S., and H.P. Wallin, “First-Year Introductory Courses as a Means to Develop Conceive – Design – Implement – Operate Skills in Engineering Education Programmes,” 30th European Society for Engineering Education Annual Conference (SEFIrenze2002), Florence, Italy, September 2002.
  40. Gustafsson, G., Malmqvist, J., Newman, D.J., Stafstrom, S., an H.P. Wallin, “Towards a New Model for First-Year Introductory Courses in Engineering Education Programmes,” Design Society 4th NordDesign Seminar (NordDesign 2002), Trondheim, Norway, August 2002.
  41. Frazer, A. L., Pitts, B. M., Schmidt, P. B., Hofman, J. A. and Newman, D. J., “Astronaut Performance: Implications for Future Spacesuit Design”, 53rd International Astronautical Congress, Paper No. IAC-02-6.5.03, Houston,TX, October 2002.
  42. Baroni, G., Pedrocchi, A., Ferrigno, G., Pedotti, A., Newman, D. J., “Human Body Orientation in Transient Microgravity”, abstract, 14th IAA Humans in Space Symposium, Banff, Alberta, Canada, May 2003.
  43. Carr, C.E., Hodges, K.V. Hodges, Newman, D.J., “Geologic Traverse Planning for Planetary EVA”, AIAA and SAE International Conference on Environmental Systems (ICES 2003), Vancouver , B.C., Canada, (to be presented) July 2003.
  44. Blaya, J.A., Newman, D.J., Herr, H.M., “Comparison of a variable impedance control to a free and rigid ankle foot orthoses (AFO) in assisting drop foot gait”, (Paper #44) Proceedings of the International Society of Biomechanics (ISB) XIXth Congress, Dunedin, New Zealand, July 10, 2003.**
  45. Ferguson, P.A., Carr, C.E., Pitts, B., Newman, D.J., “Adaptation and Performance Analysis of Human Motion During Intra- and Extra-vehicular Activities,” Proceedings of the Habitation 2004 Conference, Orlando, FL, January, 2004.**
  46. Saleh, J. H., Padilla, P. T., Newman, D. J., “To Reduce or to Extend a Complex Engineering System Design Lifetime? What is at Stake and how to Resolve the Dilemma,” Engineering Systems Symposium, MIT, Cambridge, MA, (accepted) March 2004.
  47. Saleh, J. H., Torres, J.P., Hastings, D., Newman, D. J., “To Reduce or to Extend a Spacecraft Design Lifetime”, AIAA International Communications Satellite Systems Conference and Exhibit. Monterey, CA , May 2004
  48. Newman, D.J., Marquez, J., Brown Wagner, E., Trotti, G., Merfeld, D., Oman, C. “Integrating Engineering Education and Research Through Space Exploration”, ICEER 2004International Conference on Engineering Education and Research”Progress Through Partnership”, Olomouc, Czech Republic (abstract) June, 2004.
  49. Newman, D.J. and Trotti, G., “Space Exploration: Inspiration from Nature and Design” Design & Nature 2004, Second International Conference: Comparing Design in Nature with Science and Engineering, Rhodes, Greece (abstract), June 2004.
  50. Bethke, K., Carr, C. E. Pitts,B. M., Newman, D.J., “Bio-Suit Development: Viable Options for Mechanical Counter Pressure?”, AIAA and SAE International Conference on Environmental Systems (ICES 2004), Colorado Springs, CO, July 2004.**
  51. Saleh, J. H., Torres, J.P., Hastings, D., Newman, D. J., “To Reduce or to Extend a Spacecraft Design Lifetime?”, AIAA Space 2004 Conference and Exhibit, San Diego, CA, Sept. 2004.
  52. Ferguson, P. A., Coleman, C. P., Newman, D. J., “Characterization of Human Locomotor Control Strategies and Adaptation Across a Spectrum of Gravitational Environments”, #IAC-04-Q.6/T.5.07, 55th International Astronautical Congress, Vancouver BC, Canada.  October 2004.**
  53. Newman, D. J., Marquez, J.J., Wagner, E. B., Merfeld, K., Trotti, G., “Explore Space: Integrating Space Biomedical Engineering Education and Research?”, #IAC-04-P.3.09, 55th International Astronautical Congress, Vancouver BC, Canada.  October 2004.**
  54. Newman, D.J., Bethke, K., Hoffman, J., Carr, C. , Trotti, G.,”Astronaut Bio-Suit System to Enable Planetary Exploration.”  #IAC-04-U.1.03, 55th International Astronautical Congress, Vancouver BC, Canada.  October 2004.**
  55. Jordan, N.C., Saleh, J.H., Newman, D.J. “The Case for an Integrated Systems Approach to Extravehicular Activity”, AIAA 2005-2782, 1st Space Exploration Conference: Continuing the Voyage of Discovery,Orlando, FL, January 2005.
  56. Carr, C. Newman, D. J., “When is running more efficient than walking in a space suit?”, AIAA and SAE International Conference on Environmental Systems (ICES 2004), Rome, Italy, July 2005.
  57. Newman, D. J., “Communicating the Excitement and Significance of Bioastronautics Research to National and International Audiences, Teachers, Students and Families”, #05ICES-52, International Conference on Environmental Systems and European Symposium on Space Environmental Control Systems, Rome, July 2005.
  58. Sim, Z. L., Bethke, K., Jordan, N., Dube, C., Hoffman J., Brensinger, C., Trotti, G., Newman, D.J., “Implementation and Testing of a Mechanical Counterpressure Bio-Suit System”, #2005-01-2968, AIAA and SAE International Conference on Environmental Systems (ICES 2005), Rome, Italy, July 2005. Best Paper Citation.**
  59. MacLeish, M. Y., Thomson, W. A., Coulter, G., Newman, D. J., Gannon, P. J., Smith, R. B., “The National Space Biomedical Research Institute Education and Public Outreach Program: Engaging the Public and Inspiring the Next Generation of Space Explorers.” International Conference on Environmental Systems (ICES), Paper number 2005-01-3105, Rome, Italy, 2005.
  60. Jordan, N. C., Saleh, J. H., and Newman, D. J., “The Extravehicular Mobility Unit: Case Study in Requirements Evolution,” 13th IEEE International Requirements Engineering Conference (RE05), Paris, France, Aug. 29 – Sept. 2, 2005.**
  61. Bethke, K. Newman, D.J., and Radovitzky, R., “Creating a Skin Strain Field Map with Application to Advanced Locomotion Spacesuit Design”, XXth Congress of the International Society of Biomechanics, Cleveland, OH, August, 2005.
  62. Marquez, J. J., Cummings, M. L., Roy, N., Kunda, M., Newman, D. J., “Collaborative Human- Computer Decision Support for Planetary Surface Traversal”, AIAA 5th Aviation, Technology, Integration, and Operations Conference (ATIO), Arlington, Virginia, September 26 – 29, 2005.**
  63. Saleh, J. H., Jordan, N. C., Newman, D. J., “Shifting the emphasis: from cost models to satellite utility or revenue models”, 56th International Astronautical Congress (IAC), Fukuoka, Japan, October 17-21, 2005.**
  64. Smith, C. A., Jordan, N. C., Hassan, R. A., Saleh, J. H.,  and Newman, D. J., “Multi-Objective Optimization Approaches in Spacesuit Design”, 44th AIAA Aerospace Sciences Meeting and Exhibit AIAA-2006-0338, Reno, Nevada, Jan., 2006.**
  65. Jordan, N. C., Smith, C. A., Saleh, J. H., and Newman, D. J., “Development and Validation of a Multidisciplinary Spacesuit Model”, 44th AIAA Aerospace Sciences Meeting and Exhibit, Reno, Nevada, Jan., 2006.**
  66. Ferguson, P. A., Krebs, C. P., Stirling, L. A., Newman, D. J., “Kinetic and Kinematic Sensing System for the MICRO-G/Adapt International Space Station Experiment”, IEEE Conference, Houston, Texas, Feb. 8-9, 2006.**
  67. Ferguson, P. A., Stirling, L. A., Willcox, K., Metaxas, D., Newman, D. J., “Modeling Strategies for Predicting and Measuring Astronaut Locomotor Control Adaptation”, Habitation 2006 Conference, Orlando, FL, Feb. 2006.
  68. Bethke, K. A., Newman, D. J., “Applying K-8 science and technology curricula to engineering education: What can be learned from the Educator Resource Center at the Museum of Science, Boston”, ASEE, Chicago, IL, June 2006.**
  69. Wolfrum, N., Newman, D.J., Bethke, K. “An automatic procedure to map the skin strain field with application to advanced locomotion space suit design”, Proceedings of the 5th World Congress of Biomechanics, Munich, Germany, July, 2006.
  70. Marquez, J.J. and Newman, D.J. “Mission Planning and Re-planning for Planetary Extravehicular Activities: Analysis of Excursions in a Mars-Analog Environment and Apollo Program.” Proc. International Conference on Environmental Systems. Norfolk, VA, July 16 – 20, 2006.
  71. Canina, M., Newman, D. J., Trotti, G. L., “Preliminary considerations for wearable sensors for astronauts in exploration scenarios”, 3rd IEEE-EMBS International Summer School and Symposium on Medical Devices and Biosensors (ISSS-MDBS 2006), Massachusetts Institute of Technology, Cambridge, MA, September 4-6, 2006.
  72. Newman, D.J., Canina, M. Trotti, G.L., “Revolutionary Design for Astronaut Exploration – Beyond the Bio-Suit”, 4th Symposium on New Frontiers and Future Concepts, Space Technology and Applications International Forum (STAIF), Albuquerque, NM, February 11-15, 2007
  73. Arai, T., Fanchiang, C., Aoki, H., Newman, D., “Educational Tool for Modeling and Simulation of a Closed Regenerative Life Support System”, (Best Paper award) 16th IAA Human in Space Symposium, Beijing, China, 20-24 May 2007 .
  74. Stirling, L., Wilcox, K., Newman, D.J., “Development of Astronaut Orientation Strategies Using Optimization Methodologies”, Mutibody Dynamics 2007, Eccomas Thematic Conference, Milano, Italy, June 2007.
  75. Rader, A. R., Newman, D.J., Carr, C.E., “Loping: A Strategy for Human Locomotion?”, International Conference on Environmental Systems (ICES), Paper number 07ICES-28, Chicago, IL, July 2007.
  76. Marquez, J.M., Newman, D.J., “Recommendations for Real-Time Decision Support Systems for Lunar and Planetary EVAs”, International Conference on Environmental Systems (ICES), 07ICES-90, Chicago, IL July 2007.
  77. Judnick, D.C., Newman, D.J., Hoffman, J., “Modeling and Testing of a Mechanical Counterpressure Bio-Suit System”, International Conference on Environmental Systems (ICES), (2007-01-3172), Chicago, IL July 2007.
  78. Tan, J.J., Newman, D.J., Cabral, J., Mota, M., Nunes da Ponte, M., “A Novel Engineering Systems Approach for Bioengineering Education: the MIT–Portugal Collaboration”, ICEE 2007 International Conference on Engineering Education, Coimbra, Portugal, Sept. 2007.
  79. Rush, M., Newman, D. and D. Wallace, “Project-Based Learning in First Year Engineering Curricula: “Course Development and Student Experiences in Two New Classes at MIT,” International Conference on Engineering Education, 2007 ICEE Annual Conference Proceedings, Coimbra, Portugal, Sept. 2007.
  80. Matthew G. Richards, Daniel E. Hastings, and Dava J. Newman, “Technological Emergence and Adaptation: The Case of Earth-Orbiting Satellites”, Atlanta Conference on Science, Technology, and Innovation Policy 2007, Atlanta, GA, Oct. 19-20, 2007.
  81. Stirling, L., Arsie, A., Frazzoli, E., Wilcox, K., Newman, D.J., “Application of Quantized Control to Self-Rotation Maneuvers in Microgravity”, IEEE Conference on Decision and Control, New Orleans, LA, Dec. 2007.
  82. Rush, M., Wallace, D., Newman, D. J., “Creative Thinking in a First Year Mechanical Engineering Design Course at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology: A Community of Practice Model”, ASME Conference, IDETC/CIE 2008, Boston, MA, May 2008.
  83. Stirling, L., Newman, M., Stolyar, V. , Ferguson, P., Newman, D.J. “Quantifying Astronaut Translational Motion During Parabolic Flight.” Aerospace Medical Association (AsMA) Annual Science Meeting, Boston, MA, 12–15 May, 2008.
  84. Tan, J. and Newman, D.J., “Initial study of commercial innovation in the lower limb O&P industry”, RESNA 2008 Annual Conference, June 26-30. Arlington, VA, 2008.
  85. Opperman, R., Waldie, J., Newman, D.J. “EVA Injury, Comfort and Protection: Improving the Plight of the Hand and Shoulder for the Constellation Program”, International Conference on Environmental Systems (ICES), San Fran, IL July 2008 (Best Student Paper Award).
  86. Stirling, L., Newman, D.J., Willcox, K., “Astronaut Rotational Motion During Simulated Microgravity.” North American Congress on Biomechanics, Ann Arbor, MI 5-9, August 2008.
  87. Johnson, A. W., Newman, D. J., Waldie, J. M., Hoffman, J. A., “An EVA Mission Planning Tool based on Metabolic Cost Optimization”, International Conference on Environmental Systems (ICES), Paper number 2009-01-2562, Savannah, GA, July 2009.
  88. Holschuh, B., Waldie, J., Hoffman, J., Newman, D.J., “Characterization of Structural, Volume and Pressure Components to Space Suit Joint Rigidity”, International Conference on Environmental Systems (ICES), Paper number 2009-01-2535, Savannah, GA, July 2009.
  89. Opperman, R. A., Waldie, J. M., Natapoff, A. , Newman, D. J., Hochstein, J., Pollonini, L., Ansari, R. R., Jones, J. A., “Anthropometric and Blood Flow Characteristics Leading to EVA Hand Injury”, International Conference on Environmental Systems (ICES), Paper number 2009-01-2471, Savannah, GA, July 2009.
  90. Johnson, A. , Dowding, J., Marquez, J.M., Sierhuis, M., Newman, D.J., Hoffman, J., Clancey, W., “An Integrated EVA Mission Planner and Support Tool for Lunar Exploration”, NLSI Lunar Science Forum 2009, NASA Ames Research Center, Moffett Field, California, July 2009.
  91. V. Ivanova, L. Stirling, and D. Newman, “Educational 3D Visualization of Astronaut Motion in Microgravity”, Gordon Research Conference on Visualization in Science and Education, Oxford University, July 26-31, 2009.
  92. Johnson, A.W. , Hoffman, J. , Newman, D.J., Mazarico, E. , Zuber, M., “An Integrated EVA Mission Planner and Support Tool for Future Planetary Exploration”, 2010 NASA Human Research Program Investigators’ Workshop, Houston, TX, Feb. 3-5, 2010.
  93. Melo, P.L. , Silva, M. T. , Martins, J.M. , Newman, D.J. , “Validation procedure for a multibody dynamics model of the human leg and foot for functional electrical stimulation actuation and control”, The 1st Joint International Conference on Multibody System Dynamics, Lappeenranta, Finland, May, 2010.
  94. Wagner E.B.,Newman D.J., Stern S.A., “Commercial Payload Specialist Training”, Aerospace Medial Association (AsMA), Annual Meeting, Phoenix, AZ, May 2010.
  95. Anderson, A., Turner, J., Gunderson, L., Trotti, G., Newman, D., “Framework for Space-Inspired Informal Education Exhibits”, International Conference on Environmental Systems (ICES), Paper number 2010, Barcelona, Spain, July 2010.
  96. Anderson, A. , Waldie, J., Newman, D.J, “Modeling and Design of a BioSuit? Donning System for Advanced Extravehicular Activity”, International Conference on Environmental Systems (ICES), Paper number 2010, Barcelona, Spain, July 2010.
  97. Young D., D’Orey S. , Opperman R., Hainley C., and Newman D.J. , “Estimation of Lower Limb Joint Angles During Walking Using Extended Kalman Filtering”, 6th World Congress on Biomechanics, Singapore, Aug. 2010.
  98. Goel, R., Kaderka, J., Manyapu, K., and Newman, D., “Enhancing the Benefits of Artificial Gravity Countermeasure Coupled with Exercise and Vibration”, International Astronautical Congress, Prague, Sept 2010.
  99. Johnson, A.W., Hoffman, J.A., Newman, D.J., Mazarico, E.M., and Zuber, M.T., “An Integrated Traverse Planner and Analysis Tool for Future Planetary Exploration”, AIAA 2010-8829, SPACE 2010 Conference, Anaheim, CA, 30 Aug. – 2 Sept. 2010.
  100. Opperman, R.A., Wicht, A.C., and Newman, D.J., “Orbital Collisions and Space Debris – Incidence Impact and International Policy”, International Astronautical Congress, Prague, Sept 2010.
  101. Kobrick, R.L., James, P., Anderson, A., Alonso, F., Carr, C. and Newman, D.J., “Massachusetts Institute of Technology 150th Anniversary Exploration Symposium ‘Earth, Air, Ocean and Space: The Future of Exploration’ Student Showcase Competition Results”, 62nd International Astronautical Congress. Space Education and Outreach Symposium, Cape Town, South Africa, October 2011.
  102. Domingues, A.R., Marreiros, S.P., Martins, J.M., Silva, M.T., Newman, D.J., “Skin Strain Field Analysis of the Human Ankle Joint”, 4º Congresso Nacional de Biomecânica (CNB2011), Coimbra, Portugal, Feb. 2011.
  103. Kobrick, R.L., Anderson, A., Wagner, E.B. and Newman, D.J., “MIT’s Man Vehicle Laboratory Capabilities for Suborbital Spaceflight” 2011 Next-Generation Suborbital Researchers Conference. University of Central Florida, Orlando, FL, USA, Feb. 2011.
  104. Anderson, A., Kracik, M., Trotti, G., Newman, D.J., “Preliminary Astronaut Injury Countermeasure and Protection Suit Design”, Abstract #2123, 18th IAA Humans in Space Symposium, Houston, TX, April 2011.
  105. Wessendorf, A., Park, Y.L., Goldfield, E., Newman, D., Nguyen, H., Harvard and MIT Division of Health Sciences and Technology, Wyss Institute for Biologically Inspired Engineering (Harvard), Man Vehicle Laboratory (MIT), Children’s Hospital Boston, April 2011.
  106. d’Orey,, S., Martins, J. M., Silva, M. T., Newman, D. J., “Detection of Gait Cycle Events Through Fourier Series Expansion of Kinematic Data”, EUROMECH Colloquium 511 on Biomechanics of Human Motion, Ponta Delgada, Azores, Portugal, March 2011.
  107. Duda, J.E., Newman, D.J., Hoffman, J.E., Peverill, J., Perusek, G., “The Use of Artificial Muscles in Space Suit Simulation for Partial Gravity Experimentation and Training, IEEE Aerospace Conference, Big Sky, MT, IEEEAC Paper #1283, March 2011.
  108. Rood, A., Dashevsky, D., Fast, B., Kobylijanec, A., Glickman, E., Newman, D.J., Dietrich, D., “A Novel Hypoxia Monitoring, Prediction and alert System, Aerospace Medical Association, Anchorage AK, May 2011 (accepted)
  109. Rood,A., Dashevesky,D.,Fast,B.,Kobylijanec, A., Glickman,E., Newman, DJ., Dietrich, D., “A Novel Hypoxia Monitoring, Prediction and alert System, Aerospace Medical Association, Ankorage AK, May 2011.
  110. Meyen, F.E., Holschuh, B., Opperman, R.A., Kobrick, R.L., Jacobs, S., and Newman, D.J. , “Robotic Joint Torque Testing: A Critical Tool in the Development of Pressure Suit Mobility Elements” 41st International Conference on Environmental Systems 2011, Portland, OR, July 2011. (submitted).
  111. Gilkey, A., Johnson, A.W., Hoffman, J.A., Newman, D.J., “Evaluation of a Surface Exploration Traverse Analysis and Navigation Tool”, 41st International Conference on Environmental Systems 2011, Portland, OR, July 2011. (submitted)
  112. Gilkey, A., Melo, P.L.,  Kobrick, R.L.,  Kuan, J.-Y.,  Young, D.,  Newman, D.J., “Using IMU Sensors for Real-Time Manipulation of Robot Spacesuit Tester to Determine Internal Joint Torque Measurements in Spacesuits”, 41st International Conference on Environmental Systems 2011, Portland, OR, July 2011. (submitted)
  113. Pfotenhauer, S., Jacobs, J., Pertuze, J., Roos, D., Newman, D.J., “Orienting engineering education towards innovation, entrepreneurism and industry partnerships: The case of the MIT-Portugal Collaboration”, ASEE Annual Conference, Vancouver BC, Canada, July 2011.
  114. Anderson, A., Gunderson, E., Wilcox, S., Trotti, G., Newman, D., “Using Space-Inspired Education Tools to Enhance STEM Learning in Rural Communities”, ASEE Annual Conference, July 2011.
  115. Melo, P., Silva, M., Martins, J., Newman, D., “Control of Musculoskeletal Model of the Human Ankle Joint through Functional Electrical Stimulation” Biomechatronics Research Group (BRG/IDMEC/IST/UTL), Man-Vehicle Lab, Massachusetts Institutes of Technology, Multibody Dynamics Conference, Brussels, July 2011.
  116. Holschuh, B., Obropta, E., Buechley, L., Newman, D., Massachusetts Intstitute of Technology, MA 02139 “Materials and Textile Architecture Analyses for Mechanical Counter-Pressure Space Suits using Active Materials” AIAA Space 2012.
  117. Kobrick, R., Carr, C., Meyen, F., Domingues, A., Newman, D., Jacobs, S., “USING INERTIAL MEASUREMENT UNITS FOR MEASURING SPACESUIT MOBILITY AND WORK ENVELOPE CAPABILITY FOR INTRAVEHICULAR AND EXTRAVEHICULAR ACTIVITIES” IAC-12-A1.6.6, IAC conference in Oct. 2012.
  118. Duda, K. and Newman, D.J., “Variable Vector Countermeasure Suit (V2Suit) for Space Exploration”, IEEE Aerospace Conference, Big Sky, MT, March, 2013.
  119. Duda, K., Vasquez, R., Newman, D.J., “Wearable Control Moment Gyroscopes as a Spaceflight Adaption Countermeasure” Aerospace Medical Association (AsMA) 2013 Annual Scientific Meeting, Chicago, IL.
  120. Marreiros, S.P., Domingues, A.R., Martins, J.M., Silva, M.T. and Newman, D.J. (2013), “Computational Calculation and Representation of the Lines of Non-Extension of the Ankle-Foot Complex”, Congress on Numerical Methods in Engineering – CMN 2013. Bilbao, Spain, 2013. Paper Ref: 372.
  121. A. Diaz, A. Anderson, J. Hoffman, D. J. Newman, “Modeling Musculoskeletal Human-Spacesuit Interaction”,  International Astronautical Association (IAA) Humans in Space Conference, Cologne Germany July 2013.
  122. Anderson, A., Menguc, Y., Wood, R., Newman, D.J., “Hyperelastic Pressure Sensor Development For Use in Extravehicular Mobility Unit” IAA Humans in Space Conference, Cologne Germany July 2013.
  123. Domingues, A.R., S.P., Martins, J.M., Silva, M.T. and Newman, D.J. (2013): “Analaysis of the Human Ankle Impedance for the Design of Active Soft Orthosis”, XXIV Congress of the International Society of Biomechanics, Natal, Brazil, August, 2013.
  124. Holschuh, B., Obropta, E., Aitchison, L., Newman, D.J., “Active Braid Compression Technology for Mechanical Counter-Pressure Space Suits”, 64th International Astronautical Congress, Bejing, China, September, 2013.
  125. Pfotenhauer S.M., Roos D., Newman D.J. “International University Collaborations as an Innovation Strategy for Transitioning Countries: A Study of MIT’s Major International Partnership.” Atlanta Science and Innovation Policy Conference, Atlanta, GA, September 26-28, 2013.
  126. Pfotenhauer,  S., Wood, D., Newman, D., “Measuring performance in complex science and technology strategies: A sociotechnical approach to indicator design” STI 2013 – 18th International Conference on Science and Technology Indicators “Translational twists and turns: Science as a socio-economic endeavor”, Berlin, Germany, September 4-6, 2013.
  127. Pfotenhauer S.M., Roos D., Newman D.J. “International University Collaborations as an Innovation Strategy  for Transitioning Countries: A study of MIT’s major international partnerships.” European Conference on Innovation and Entrepreneurship ECIE, Brussels, Belgium. September 19-20, 2013.
  128. Wood D., Pfotenhauer S.M., Newman, D.J. ”Complex International Innovation Partnerships: Pursuing Innovation through Collaboration and Technological Learning.” European Conference on Innovation and Entrepreneurship ECIE, Brussels, Belgium, September 19-20, 2013.
  129. Wood D., Pfotenhauer S.M., Glover W., Newman D.J. “Disruptive Innovation in Public Service Sectors. Ambidexterity and the Role of Incumbents,” Atlanta Science and Innovation Policy Conference, Atlanta, GA, September 26-28, 2013.
  130. Newman, D.J., Holschuh, B., “Low Spring Index, Large Displacement Shape Memory Alloy (SMA) Coil Actuators for Use in Macro- and Micro-Systems” SPIE Photonics West 2014 in San Francisco, Feb 3-5.
  131. Newman, D.J., Anderson, A., Diaz, A., Kracik, A., Hiilbert, A., Bertrand, P., Hoffman, J.,Trotti, G., “Spacesuit Trauma Countermeasures Research: Injury Prevention and Comfort Protection Design”  NASA HRP Feb 12-13, 2014 in Galveston, TX.
  132. Meyen, F., Duda, J.E., Opperman, N., Jawdar, N., Chambers, J., Newman, D.J., Hoffman, J., Perusek, G.,”PNEUMATIC EXOSKELETON FOR SPACE SUIT SIMULATION”  HRP abstract for the EVA S3.
  133. Duda, K.R., Vasquez, A.J., Middleton, D.J., Newman, D.J., Jacobs, S.E., ” Variable Vector Countermeasure Suit (V2Suit) for Space Exploration” NASA Human Research Program Investigators’ Workshop (held in conjunction with the Space Radiation Investigators’ Workshop on Feb. 11–13 and the Behavioral Health and Performance Element Working Group on Feb. 11).
  134. A. Diaz, D. Newman “Musculoskeletal human-spacesuit interaction model” IEEE Aerospace Conference . (2014): 1-13. Print.
  135. R. Vasquez, A., Middleton, K. Duda, D.J. Newman, “The V2Suit “Down” Tracking Algorithm”, IEEE Aerospace Conference, Big Sky, MT.
  136. Duda, K., Carpenter, M., Cohanim, B., Newman, D.J., Joffman, J.A., Loffi, R., and West, J., “Wearable Control Moment Gyroscopes: A technology Enabler for Space Exploration Missions, 3rd Annual Research and Development Conference, Chicago, IL, June, 2014.
  137. Hilbert, A., Anderson, A., Bertrand, P., and Newman, D.J., “Human-Spacesuit Interaction: Suit-Induced Pressures in the Shoulder Region”, ICES Poster presentation, Tucson, AZ, 2014.
  138. Kendrick, D. and Newman, D.J., “Modeling the Gravity Loading Countermeasure Skinsuit,” 44th International Conference on Environmental Systems (ICES), Tucson, AZ, 13-17 July 2014.
  139. P. Bertrand, Anderson A., A. Hilbert, D. J. Newman, “Feasibility of Kinematics and Human-Suit Interactions” International Conference on Environmental Systems, Tuscon, AZ, 2014.
  140. Anderson A., A. Hilbert, P. Bertrand, S. McFarland, D. J. Newman, “In-Suit Sensor Systems for Characterizing Human-Space Suit Interaction”International Conference on Environmental Systems, Tuscon, AZ, 2014. 
  141. Obropta, E., Newman, D.J., “Measuring the strain field of human skin at the elbow joint for mechanical counter pressure space suit development,” ICES Poster presentation, Tuscon, AZ, July, 2014.
  142. Bertrand, P., Niles, S., Newman, D., “Human Spaceflight in Social Media: Promoting Space Exploration through Twitter”, 65th International Astronautical Congress, Paper IAC-14-E3-3-2-x22415, Toronto, Canada, 2014.
  143. R. A. Vasquez, M. L. Hansberry, K. R. Duda, A. J. Middleton, D. J. Newman “Wearable CMG design for the Variable Vector Countermeasure Suit” IEEE Aerospace Conference . (2015): 1-13. Print.
  144. E. W. Obropta, D. J. Newman “A comparison of human skin strain fields of the elbow joint for mechanical counter pressure space suit development” IEEE Aerospace Conference . (2015): 1-9. Print.
  145. A. Anderson, D. Newman “Pressure characterization between the upper body and space suit during mission-realistic movements” IEEE Aerospace Conference . (2015): 1-9. Print.
  146. K. R. Duda, R. A. Vasquez, A. J. Middleton, M. L. Hansberry, D. J. Newman, S. E. Jacobs, and J. J. West,  Variable Vector Countermeasure Suit (V2Suit) for Space Exploration, IEEE Aerospace Conference Proceedings, March, 2015.    
  147. Vadhavkar, N.A., Newman ,D.J., “Lighter, adaptive thermal subsystem for life support during Mars extravehicular activity (EVA) planetary exploration,” Int’l. Astronautical Congress, Israel, Oct. 2015.
  148. A. Diaz Artiles, C. Trigg, H. Jethani, S. Tritchler, D. Newman “Physiological and comfort assessment of the gravity loading countermeasure skinsuit during exercise” IEEE Aerospace Conference . (2016): 1-10. Print.
  149. E. W. Obropta, D. J. Newman “Skin strain fields at the shoulder joint for mechanical counter pressure space suit development” IEEE Aerospace Conference . (2016): 1-9. Print.
  150. P. Bertrand, S. Reyes, D. Newman “Pressure and kinematic in-suit sensors: Assessing human-suit interaction for injury risk mitigation” IEEE Aerospace Conference . (2016): 1-10. Print.
  151. Wood, D. and Newman, D. “The Innovation Landscape within a Large Government Agency: Promising Practices from the US National Aeronautics and Space Administration (NASA)”, International Astronautical Congress, Guadalajara, Mexico, Sept. 2016.
  152. C. Carr, D. Newman, “Exoskeleton Energetics: Implications for Planetary Extravehicular Activity”, IEEE Aerospace Conference. (2017).