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Participants needed for PAMELA experiment

11 August 2011

The Accessibility Research Group at University College London have an exciting upcoming research project to test how people cope with different situations when getting on and off trains and we are looking for participants to make up a crowd of people.

Participants needed for PAMELA experiment   If you have experienced getting on a packed commuter train or tube at rush hour then we'd be very interested in having you come along to any or all of our experiment days on:
  • Monday 22nd August
  • Tuesday 23rd August
  • Wednesday 24th  August
  • Thursday 25th  August
  • Friday 26th August

The experiments will be taking place in our laboratory in Tufnell Park, London N19, where we will be constructing a mock-up of a train carriage. We'll need people to be available from 9am to 5pm each day of the experiments, with 45 minutes for lunch (which will be provided).

We'll give you £80 in cash at the end of the day to compensate you for your time.  You will also be providing very valuable data that will help inform the development of the train network over the coming decades.

To register your details please complete this online survey and complete all the questions.If you have any questions please contact Xenia Karekla.

Thanks for your participation.

Kim Morgan, PAMELA Laboratory Manager