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Ergonomics and Human Factors 2013

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This unique, annual international conference, organised by the Institute of Ergonomics and Human Factors, covers multiple sectors where ergonomics and human factors is studied and applied. Taking place over four days, it’s a great forum for discussion and to exchange ideas and information on the latest research, development and applications in ergonomics and human factors.

The 2013 conference will feature invited speakers covering many industry sectors, alongside parallel sessions of presentations and workshops. We are now calling for participation from researchers and practitioners. Paper submission closes 1st October 2012. Find out more.
Who will the conference be of interest to?

This conference will be of interest to you or a member of your team if you are involved in any of the following sectors:

Transport, safety culture, education, military, manufacturing, human factors integration, safety, oil and gas, construction, interface technologies, training, healthcare, technology, accessibility and usability, systems, industrial accidents, professional affairs, nuclear, counter-terrorism and charity.

Alongside symposia and special topics, and an interactive poster and demonstration session, there will be many opportunities for networking.

Why should you attend EHF2013?

There are many reasons to attend, here are just some of them:

    It is an investment in your professional future and enhances your professional development
    Learn about how ergonomics and human factors influence every aspect of life and discover new and interesting applications
    Gather a wealth of information in one place, at one event
    Arm yourself with new business or research ideas, tools and inspiration that can enhance your skills and reputation
    Listen to authoritative and engaging speakers – who are directly influencing challenges that are facing us today
    Expand your network of peers and build relationships – both personally and professionally
    Learn about new and innovative products and services that you can use or recommend
    Save money on specially discounted books and journals
    Have fun and enjoy yourself at our popular social events

Attendance at conferences organised by the IEHF contributes to your Continuing Professional Development. Hear about the latest research and practitioner case studies, knowing that the peer review process ensures that presentations are both contemporary and relevant.

Important dates

Paper submission closes 1st October 2012.
Authors will be notified of reviewers’ decisions by 9th November 2012.
A provisional programme will be published in November 2012.
Final formatted full papers are due by 10th December 2012.