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2018

Monday, October 22
The Real Reasons You Want Sit/Stand Workstations in Your Office
Presented by Carol Stuart-Buttle, Stuart-Buttle Ergonomics; Kermit G. Davis, University of Cincinnati; and Jack Dennerlein, Northeastern University
Moderated by Andy Dattel, Embry-Riddle Aeronautical University


Monday, July 9
Human Factors Applications to Cybersecurity
Presented by Gary C. Kessler, Embry-Riddle Aeronautical University; Robert R. Hoffman, Florida Institute for Human & Machine Cognition; and Robert S. Gutzwiller, Arizona State University
Moderated by Andy Dattel, Embry-Riddle Aeronautical University

Thursday, Arpil 12
How Do You Know That Your Metrics Work? Fundamental Psychometric Approaches to Evaluating Metrics
Presented by Fred Oswald, Rice University
Moderated by Rebecca A. Grier, Ford Motor Company
Hosted by the Perception and Performance Technical Group

 

Monday, March 19
Designing Effective User Interfaces for Health Care Environments

Presented by Daryle Gardner-Bonneau, Bonneau & Associates; Shilo Anders, Vanderbilt University; Mary Beth Privitera, HS-Design
Moderated by Andy Dattel, Embry-Riddle Aeronautical University
Organized by the Outreach Division

2017

Friday, May 19
Trust in Automation: Lessons Learned From Auto-GCAS

Joseph B. Lyons, Air Force Research Lab
 

Wednesday, April 19
How Can Human Factors/Ergonomics Take on the NAE Grand Challenges?

Nancy J. Cooke, HFES President
 

Wednesday, March 29
Putting Humans Into Control: The Dynamics of Experience

John M. Flach, Wright State University

2016

Wednesday, April 20
Maintaining Agility in the Human Factors/Ergonomics Job Marketplace

J. Christopher Brill, Old Dominion University

Christopher A. Monk, National Highway Traffic Safety Administration

Justin F. Morgan, Forensic Engineering Technologies

Haydee M. Cuevas, Embry-Riddle Aeronautical University

2015

Tuesday, October 6
Thriving at the HFES Annual Meeting – Advice From the Experts

J. Christopher Brill, Old Dominion University

Sandra K. Garrett, Consultant

 

Monday, June 15
Considerations for Validity in Experimental and Quasi-Experimental Research

Joseph Keebler, Wichita State University

 

Tuesday, March 10
Introduction to Qualitative Methods for Human Factors Analyses

Wayne Zachary, CHI Systems Inc. and Starship Health Technologies, LLC

2014

Friday, December 5
The Butterfly Legacy: How Badly Designed Voting Systems Threaten Election Integrity

Mike Byrne, Rice University

 

Tuesday, September 2
The Human Factor: A Problem to Control or a Resource to Harness?

Sidney Dekker, Griffith University

 

Friday, July 11
Matching Design and Analysis

Joseph Keebler, Wichita State University

 

Tuesday, June 17
Human Factors Engineering in the Development of a Novel Epinephrine Auto-Injector

Evan Edwards, Vice President of Product Development, kaléo, Inc.

 

Monday, April 28
HFES Accreditation Requirements, Guidelines, and Process

Barbara Chaparro, HFES Accreditation Committee Chair

Pat DeLucia, past HFES Accreditation Committee Chair 

2013

Wednesday, November 13

Medical Device Standards: Meeting Increased Expectations From the Marketplace and Regulators
Edmond Israelski, Director of Human Factors at AbbVie

 

Monday, September 16

R for Data Analysis and Visualization
John Lee, University of Wisconsin, Madison, and Linda Ng Boyle, University of Washington

 

Tuesday, July 30

HFES Goes to Washington: A Government Relations Discussion
Wendy Naus, Lewis-Burke Associates

 

Wednesday, May 22

UX Professionals: Designing Your Career
Kenya Oduor, Managing Partner, The Design Staffing Group


Monday, March 25

Anthropometric Procedures for Protective Equipment Sizing and Design
Hongwei Hsiao, Chief, Protective Technology Branch within the National Institute for Occupational Safety and Health (NIOSH)

2012

Wednesday, November 14

Modeling and Simulation Applications in Human Factors
Valerie J. Gawron, Senior Multi-Discipline Systems Engineer, The MITRE Corp


Friday, November 2

Training Adaptive Teams: Enhancing Coordination Flexibility in Dynamic Environments
Jamie C. Gorman, Assistant Professor, Texas Tech University

 

Wednesday, October 10

Macroergonomic Attributes of Safe and Unsafe Systems: An Introduction and Tribute to Dr. Bentzi Karsh
Brian M. Kleiner, Professor, Virginia Polytechnic Institute & State University

 

Monday, September 24

The Specious Present, Natural Interaction, and Why Suboptimal Performance Results When Human Systems Violate the Design Assumptions of Nature
Wayne Gray, Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute and Alexander von Humboldt Foundation

 

Wednesday, August 8

Countering Sleep and Fatigue Myths in 24/7 Operations
James C. Miller, Miller Ergonomics
 

Monday, July 30

Weather Forecaster Decision Making and Tornado Warning Communication
Ellen Bass, Associate Professor, University of Virginia
 

Tuesday, June 19

Human Factors/Ergonomics Research on Adaptive Automation and Automation Modeling Approaches
David Kaber, Professor and Director of the Human Factors and Ergonomics Program, Edward P. Fitts Department of Industrial & Systems Engineering, North Carolina State University
 

Thursday, May 24

Designing Questionnaires: How Hard Can That Be?
William F. Moroney, Professor Emeritus, University of Dayton

 

Monday, April 23

Why Systems Work
Gavan Lintern, Private Consultant, Cognitive Systems Design

 

Tuesday, March 20

Human Factors/Ergonomics Standards
Paul Green, Research Professor, University of Michigan Transportation Research Institute and Adjunct Associate Professor, Industrial and Operations Engineering

 

Tuesday, February 21

Authority, Responsibility, Adaptivity, and Cooperation in Human-Automation Interaction
Thomas B. Sheridan, Ford Professor of Engineering and Applied Psychology Emeritus Dept. of Mechanical Engineering and Dept of Aeronautics and Astronautics, MIT


Monday, January 30

Getting the Most Out of Your Graduate School Education
Anthony D. Andre, Principal, Interface Analysis Associates, and Professor, San Jose State University
Deborah A. Boehm-Davis, George Mason University
Ronald G. Shapiro, Independent Consultant
Christopher Brill, Assistant Professor, Old Dominion University

2011

​Monday, November 14

Making the Human-Technology Marriage Work
John D. Lee, Emerson Electric Professor, Department of Industrial and Systems Engineering, University of Wisconsin-Madison
 

Thursday, October 20

Managing Human Error in Complex Systems
Scott A. Shappell, Professor, Department of Industrial Engineering, Clemson University; Founding Partner, HFACS, Inc.

 

Friday, September 30

Neuroergonomics Theory and Methods
Raja Parasuraman, Professor, George Mason University
 

Thursday, August 25

2010 Dieter W. Jahns Student Practitioner Award Recipient: "Design of a Public Urinal"
Augusto Espinosa, Graduate Human Factors Program Student, Embry-Riddle Aeronautical University


Wednesday, July 27
Current Trends in Situation Awareness Research and Application
Mica R. Endsley, President, SA Technologies
 

Tuesday, June 14

The Human Factors Expert: A Key Component in Forensic Investigation and Litigation
Marc L. Resnick, Professor, Bentley University

 

Monday, May 23

Myths About Autonomous Machines and Robots
David D. Woods, Director, Center for Complexity in Natural, Social, and Engineered Systems; Professor, Department of Integrated Systems Engineering: Human Systems Integration Section, Ohio State University
 

Friday, May 10

Overview of BCPE Certification
William J. Boyd, Senior Vice President, CNA Insurance Company

 

Monday, April 25

Human Factors in Product and Interface Design
Robert Tannen, Director of Research & Interface Design, Bresslergroup

 

Wednesday, March 16

Human Factors Design for Medical Devices—Overview of the Latest Standard: AAMI HE75:2009
Edmond W. Israelski, Human Factors Program Manager, Abbott Laboratories

 

Monday, February 28

Imperfect Automation Alerting Systems: Lessons Learned From Air Traffic Control Conflict Alerts
Christopher D. Wickens, Senior Scientist, Alion Science and Technology

 

Tuesday, January 25, and Wednesday, January 26

Cognitive Work Analysis: A Tutorial
Gavan Lintern, Private Consultant, Cognitive Systems Design
 



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