Research being conducted in the Human Engineering Lab includes the following topics: noise, annoyance and information processing; coding for visual displays; and dynamic function allocation. Gregory M. Corso received his Ph.D. in Engineering Psychology from New Mexico State University in 1978. He has been at Georgia Tech since 1978, except for time spent as a visiting professor at the United States Military Academy during the 1986 academic year. Currently, he is an Associate Professor of Psychology and the Associate Director of the School of Psychology. He teaches graduate classes in human performance, displays and controls, and environmental stresses. His research has been supported by the Air Force Office of Scientific Research, the Office of Naval Research and General Dynamics. He has been a consultant to The Institute of Simulation and Training, BellSouth, NCR, and Lockheed Corporation. Dr. Corso's primary research interests are in visual display coding, theories of human performance, the effects of auditory noise on human performance, and adaptive automation. He is a member of the Human Factors and Ergonomics Society, and Sigma Xi.