24/11/2019 , 1:00 pm - 5:00 pm (Localtime)
Ann Harding Conference Centre, Building 24, University of Canberra, University Drive (South), Canberra , ACT,
If you are attending the HFESA Conference you do not need to register for this event – it is included in your Conference registration.
If you are attending this event you are also invited to join us at the Welcome Reception for the HFESA 2019 Conference which will take place after the Symposium at 5.30pm at the same venue..
The research symposium will focus on the nature and impact of technology, notably robotics and AI, in the future of work. The symposium is being held in conjunction with the National HFESA2019 Conference that is being held at the same venue on Monday 25 and Tuesday 26 November. The theme for the national HFESA conference is Being Human and Beyond.
Professor Paul Salmon will facilitate the symposium. Topics presented may include:
- designing work for enhanced human performance; physiological and psychological limitations to human performance; non-technical skills (communication, situation awareness, decision making, leadership, team work)
- work systems and workplaces of the future
- virtual reality technology and how it might be used in the workplace
- artificial intelligence, augmentation, automation and work
- health, demographics, climate, transport and other factors that are likely to influence work in the future.
The final program of papers for the symposium will be published at www.HFESA2019.org in November 2019.
To register for the full HFESA Conference go to www.hfesa2019.org
Symposium earlybird discounts before Friday 13 September
HFESA members and affiliate organisations $40.00
Full-Time Students registered with HFESA $40.00 (Note that HFESA Membership is free for full-time students)
Symposium prices after Friday 13 September
HFESA members and affiliate organisations $60.00
Full-Time Students registered with HFESA $60.00
If you are attending the HFESA Conference you do not need to register for the Research Symposium.
Bookings are closed for this event.