At the cutting edge, which is a one day research symposium, and two days of workshops; from 10-12 February 2020 at the University of the Sunshine Coast.
The Centre for Human Factors and Sociotechnical Systems led by Professor Paul Salmon will be hosting Human Factors 2020: At the cutting edge, which is a one day research symposium, and two days of workshops; from 10-12 February 2020 at the University of the Sunshine Coast.
The symposium will include presentations from leading national and international experts in Human Factors, including Professor Neville Stanton, leader of the Human Factors and Engineering Group at the University of Southampton and Dr Stuart Marshall, Senior Research Fellow – Anaesthesia Teaching and Research, from Monash University. In addition, the symposium will feature presentations from the Centre’s research leaders, including Professor Paul Salmon, Dr Gemma Read, Dr Natassia Goode, Dr Clare Dallat, and Dr Nicholas Stevens. Presentations will cover examples of state-of-the-art HFE research being applied in practice in a range of domains including transport, healthcare, defence, urban design, workplace safety, and sport and outdoor recreation.
The symposium will be followed by two days of workshops, which will provide attendees with hands-on training, practical guidance, and resources for applying HFE methods to address a range of key areas, including:
Human Factors Integration; and
Human Factors Evaluation
Please see the event website for extensive information including prices, presenter details and the full program.
Registrations will close on 27 January 2020
Bookings are closed for this event.