Final Program AHFE 2017 Final Program (pdf)
The AHFE 2017 Final Program (technical sessions and rooms) are subject to change. Technical Sessions will be held on Wednesday, July 19, Thursday, July 20, and Friday, July 21, 2017. Registered participants are encouraged to attend all three days.

Opening Session and Keynote Address: 17:00-18:30 Tuesday,July 18, 2017

Conference Reception and Banquet: 19:00 Tuesday,July 18, 2017

For inclusion in the conference proceedings, publication and paper sessions in the final program,
a unique registration of at least one author or co-author per paper is required by: 15 July, 2017.

 Wednesday, July 19

  Thursday, July 20

  Friday, July 21

    8:00 - 18:00
  Detailed Technical Program
  8:00 - 18:00
  Detailed Technical Program
  8:00 - 18:00
  Detailed Technical Program
    10:30 – 15:30
  Poster Sessions
  10:30 – 15:30
  Poster Sessions
  10:30 – 12:30
  Poster Sessions
  Detailed Technical Program
SESSION Wednesday, July 19   •  8:00 - 10:00
Plenary:  Experience, perception and effort in service production and consumption
Speaker: Uday Karmarker, USA
Session 1
Wednesday July 19
8:00 - 10:00
Human Side of Service Engineering
Beaudry A
Plenary:  EEG-engagement index and auditory alarm misperception: An in-attentional deafness study in actual flight condition
Speakers: Frederic Dehais, Raphaelle Roy, Gautier  Durantin, Thibault Gateau and Daniel Callan, France
Session 2
Wednesday July 19
8:00 - 10:00
Cognitive & Neuroergonomics/ Cognitive Computing and Internet of Things (IoT)
Beaudry B
Plenary:  From Reason and Rasmussen to Kahneman and Thaler: Styles of thinking and human reliability in high hazard industries
Speaker: Ron McLeod, Scotland
Panel:  What's next for human error?
  Ronald Boring, Julie Bell, Harold Blackman, Ron McLeod, Jinkyun Park, Neville Stanton,
  Oliver Straeter and Matthew Weinger, UK/USA/Korea/Scotland/Germany
  Panel Chair:  Ron Boring, USA
Session 3
Wednesday July 19
8:00 - 10:00
Human Error, Reliability, Resilience, and Performance
Plenary:  Designing and building soft wearable robotic systems
Speaker: Danielle Ryan, USA
Session 4
Wednesday July 19
8:00 - 10:00
Human Factors and Simulation
Assistive Technology I
Session 5
Wednesday July 19
8:00 - 10:00
Ergonomics in Design
Santa Anita B
  Chair:  Maria Lucia Okimoto, Brazil    
  External breast prostheses: Brazilian performance parameters
  Lucia Branco and José Foggiatto, Brazil
  Design management contributions in the diagnosis of a psychiatric hospital in Brazil: Identifying opportunities in assistive technology
  Giselle Schmidt A. Merino, Renata Hinnig, Arina Blum, Susana Domenech and Eugenio Andres Merino, Brazil
  Design and development of bionic hand prosthesis
  Marcelo Stoppa, Guilherme Neto, Stéfany Mayara Rezendeand José Foggiatto, Brazil
  Industrial manufacturing workstations suitability for people with disabilities: The perception of workers
  Edson Teixeira and Maria Lucia Okimoto, Brazil
  Collaborative experience: Network research and development in assistive technology in Brazil
  Maria Lucia Okimoto, Eugenio Andres  Merino, José Foggiatto, Luis Paschoarelli and Marcelo Gomes Ferreira, Brazil
  Design of assistive devices and occupational therapy:  Case study in a Brazilian psychiatric hospital
  Giselle Schmidt A. Merino, Rosimeri Pichler, Susana Domenech, Zelita Rech and Eugenio Andres Merino, Brazil
  Requirements’ literature review for the development of furniture for people with motor impairments
  Raffaela Tanure and Maria Lucia Okimoto, Brazil
Prospective Ergonomics I
Session 6
Wednesday July 19
8:00 - 10:00
Ergonomics in Design
Santa Anita C
  Co-Chairs:  Eric Brangier and Leonor Ferrão, France/Portugal    
  How to design the future hydrogen users’ needs: A contribution of prospective ergonomics
  Robin Vivian, Eric Brangier and Corinne Bornet, France
  Color on glossolalia: White in western culture
  Leonor Ferrão, Portugal
  Dream and reality in the film storytelling and their boundaries: Viewer inner self-centered cognitive and ergonomic consciousness
  Carlos Figueiredo and Inês Coimbra, Portugal
  Inspædia report: An inspired research itinerary
  Paulo Maldonado, José Duarte, António Câmara, Nuno Correia, Leonor Ferrão and Pablo Ermida, Portugal
  White space in editorial design
  Elisabete Rolo, Portugal
  Strategic design and branding: Enhancing experiences and developing local products
  Pablo Felipe Bezerra, Amilton José Arruda, Isabela Maria Moroni and Theska Laila Freitas, Brazil
Stress Reduction Techniques
Session 7
Wednesday July 19
8:00 - 10:00
Human Factors and Ergonomics in Healthcare
San Gabriel A
  Co-Chairs:   Shyh-Yueh Cheng and Olga Chernavskaya, Taiwan/Russia    
  Characteristics of U.S. military personnel and veterans who complete mindfulness training
  Baoxia Liu and Valerie Rice, USA
  Evidence of a symptom cluster:  The impact of mindfulness meditation on self-reported stress, fatigue, pain, and sleep among U.S. military service members and veterans
  Valerie Rice and Paul Schroeder, USA
  Evaluation of effect on cognition response to time pressure by using EEG
  Shyh-Yueh Cheng, Taiwan
  On modeling the stress/shock effect in an artificial cognitive system 
  Olga Chernavskaya, Yaroslav Rozhylo and Aleksandr Skakun, Russia
Emotional Engineering I
Session 8
Wednesday July 19
8:00 - 10:00
Affective and Pleasurable Design
San Gabriel B
  Chair:  Shuichi Fukuda, Japan    
  Semantic influence of the radiator grille on vehicle front design in the course of current EV-design
  Daniel Holder, Tobias Benz and Thomas Maier, Germany
  A Mahalanobis Taguchi approach to human motion control
  Shuichi Fukuda, Japan
  Eye-tracking analysis of user behavior with an active display interface
  Teruaki Ito and Tomio Watanabe, Japan
  Experimental study on color preference and visual fatigue against LED lighting
  Keiichi Muramatsu, Kazunori Kaede, Eiichiro Tanaka and Keiichi Watanuki, Japan
  Emotional responses of the disabled towards wheelchairs
 Mohamed Mokdad, Bouhafs Mebarki, Lahcene Bouabdellah and Ibrahim Mokdad, Bahrain/Algeria
Human Factors Safety in Aviation and Aerospace I 
Session 9
Wednesday July 19
8:00 - 10:00
Human Factors in Transportation - Aviation
San Gabriel C
  Chair:  Katie Plant, UK    
  Influencing factors on error reporting in aviation:  A scenario-based approach
  Sebastian Sieberichs and Annette Kluge, Germany
  Quantifying pilot contribution to flight safety during hydraulic systems failure
  Lynda Kramer, Tim Etherington, Randall Bailey and Kellie Kennedy, USA
  Perceptions and affective responses in alternative risk-based airport security
  Kenneth Nguyen and Richard John, USA
  Autonomous stall recovery dynamics as a prevention tool for general aviation loss of control
  Tiziano Bernard, USA
  What the pilots see is what I get: How pilot’s gaze can increase the human performance envelope to improve safety
  Marcus Biella and Matthias Wies, Germany
Ergonomics Design for Metal Works
Session 10
Wednesday July 19
8:00 - 10:00
Human Aspects of Advanced Manufacturing
Santa Barbara A
  Co-Chairs: Hiroyuki Hamada and Hidehito Kito, Japan    
  The analysis of repeatability of polishing work motion for a cold forging die with simple axial symmetric form
  Hidehito Kito, Hiroyuki Nishimoto, Yuka Takai, Akihiko Goto and Hiroyuki Hamada, Japan
  The analysis of removal efficiency of polishing work motion for cold forging die with simple axial symmetric form
  Hidehito Kito, Akihiko Goto, Yuka Takai, Hiroyuki Hamada and Hiroyuki Nishimoto, Japan
  Difference of motion between experienced and non-experienced engineer in sheet metal repair
  Shigeru Ikemoto, Yuka Takai and Hiroyuki Hamada, Japan
  Characteristic of hammering procedure by experienced engineer in sheet metal repair
  Shigeru Ikemoto, Yuka Takai and Hiroyuki Hamada, Japan
  Process analysis during edge preparation for steel plate between expert and non-expert
  Masaki Imamura, Ryo Marui, Takayuki Sakai, Akira Mizobuchi and Hiroyuki Hamada, Japan
  A comparison of transition of tool gripping force between expert and non-expert during deburring processes
  Mitsunori Mori, Tatsuro Nagasuna and Hiroyuki Hamada, Japan
  A comparison of deburring processes between expert and non-expert when deburring materials with different properties
  Mitsunori Mori, Japan
Accident Analysis and Prevention I
Session 11
Wednesday July 19
8:00 - 10:00
Safety Management and Human Factors
Santa Barbara B
  Co-Chairs:  Pedro Arezes and Roger Jensen, Portugal/USA    
Human element as the contributing factor towards construction accidents from the perspective of Malaysian residential construction industry
  Mohd Hafiidz Jaafar, Kadir Arifin, Kadaruddin Aiyub, Muhammad Rizal Razman and Mohamad Anuar Kamaruddin, Malaysia
Two-hand actuator placement for power press operation: A reexamination of after-reach speeds
  Roger Jensen, USA
Blame culture in workplace accidents investigation: Current model discussion and shift requirements for a collaborative model
  Cristiane Fragoso, Salvador Avila Filho, Ricardo Sousa, Caroline Massolino, Renê Pimentel and Ivone Cerqueira, Brazil
Assessment of human factors analysis and classification system in construction accident prevention
  Zakari Mustapha, Clinton Aigbavboa and Wellington Thwala, South Africa
Applied Ergonomics in Fashion Design and Sports Technology
Session 12
Wednesday July 19
8:00 - 10:00
Physical Ergonomics & Human Factors /Digital Human Modeling and Applied Optimization
Santa Barbara C
Chair:  Ameersing Luximon, Hong Kong    
  Women’s clothing choices are being inhibited by poor fit
  Tanya Dove, Hong Kong
  Reading task investigation of the kindle App in three mediums
  Kimberly Sheen, Yan Luximon and Jiaxin Zhang, Hong Kong 
  Fashion education innovations based on ergonomic design
  Hong Wu, Huang Chao and Ameersing Luximon, China
  An explorative study of elderly fashion
  Huang Chao, Ameersing Luximon, Chit Sin Cheung and Yan Mo, Hong Kong
  Old fashion to new fashion: The creative fashion design concepts from nail cover of Qing dynasty
  Yan Mo, Huang Chao and Zhimei Kan, China
  Investigation on human body movements and the resulting body measurement variations
  Ningrong Xie and Pik-yin Mok, China
Public Transport
Session 13
Wednesday July 19
8:00 - 10:00
Human Factors in Transportation - Road & Rail
  Co-Chairs:  Denis Miglianico and Dong Yoon Song, France/USA    
  A comparison of auditory and visual in-vehicle stop signals in Philippine public road-based transportation
  Josiel Catherine Almeda, Majella Cayley Domingo and Alyannah Bianca Saringan, Philippines
  Designing mobility and transport services: Results from the METPEX project
  Andree Woodcock and Michael Tovey, UK
  Analyzing traveler satisfaction under real-time travel information provision: Placebo effects of information
  Srinivas Peeta and Dong Yoon Song, USA
  From task analysis to innovation
  Denis Miglianico, Mathieu Mouchel and Luc Moyart, France
  Collective cars in cities: Optimal management in real time through DES approach
  Jennie Lioris, France
  Human factors in the design of automated transport logistics
  Matthias Neubauer and Oliver Schauer, Austria
Driver Safety I
Session 14
Wednesday July 19
8:00 - 10:00
Human Factors in Transportation - Road & Rail
Emerald Bay
  Co-Chairs:  David Gilkey and Nuria Parera, USA/Spain    
  ATV safety in agriculture:  Injury, illness, analysis and interventions
  David Gilkey, John Rosecrance, Elise Lagerstrom and Hali Neves, USA
  Study of Spain’s vehicle fleet safety level based on the results of euro NCAP tests
 Oriol Vaquer, Núria Parera and Alba Fornells, Spain
  Effects of acti-graphically acquired sleep quality on driving outcomes in obstructive sleep apnea patients and control drivers:
A naturalistic driving study
  Nazan Aksan, Robert Marini, Jeffrey Dawson, Jon Tippin and Matthew Rizzo, USA
  Integrating traffic safety in vehicle routing solution
 Iyad Sahnoon, Mohamed Shawky and Abdulla Al-Ghafli, UAE/Egypt
  How do passengers influence drivers according to questionnaire survey data in China?
  Quan Yuan, Shuai Jing and Kunzhu Zhang, China
Social and Occupational Ergonomics I
Session 15
Wednesday July 19
8:00 - 10:00
Social & Occupational Ergonomics
San Pedro
  Chair:  Jürgen Glaser, Austria    
  Self-actualization in modern workplaces – time-lagged effects of new job demands and job resources on motivation, meaning and self-efficacy at work
  Jürgen Glaser, Severin Hornung, Thomas Höge and Christian Seubert, Austria
  Evaluation of posture, self-efficacy, comfort and discomfort in guitarists while using auxiliary implements for instrument positioning
  Sergio Alberto Valenzuela Gomez, John Rey Galindo and Carlos Aceves González, Mexico
  Contractors’ organizational culture towards health and safety compliance in Ghana
  Zakari Mustapha, Clinton Aigbavboa and Wellington Thwala, South Africa
  Ergonomic and safety risks among small scale gold miners in the Philippines
  Jinky Leilanie Lu and Ana Marie Leung, Philippines
  Meta-analysis in the field of construction with panelized walls: Reference guide for research in occupational ergonomics applied to the assembly of booths for exhibitions
  Román Eduardo Méndez, Pamela Quiñones and Enrique Herrera Lugo, Mexico
Ergonomics in Building and Architecture
Session 16
Wednesday July 19
8:00 - 10:00
Human Factors, Sustainable Urban Planning and Infrastructure 
Santa Monica A
  Co-Chairs:  Jerzy Charytonowicz and Anna Jaglarz, Poland    
  Beauty - aesthetics - senses.  Research of attractiveness and magic of the built environment
  Katarzyna Ujma-Wasowicz and Klaudiusz Fross, Poland
  Accessibility, ease and comfort of using sanitary devices by preschool children:   Pre-design studies
  Anna Jaglarz, Poland
  Kitchen chores ergonomics – research and its application
  Przemyslaw Nowakowski, Poland
  Genius loci:  Examples of changes of the image of post-industrial areas in Poland in the region of the Upper Silesian conurbation
  Katarzyna Ujma-Wasowicz and Anna Sulimowska-Ociepka, Poland
  Ergonomic formation of hygienic-sanitary spaces in consideration of health, safety and well-being of children
  Jerzy Charytonowicz and Anna Jaglarz, Poland     
  "Student zone” as a new dimension of learning space. Case study in polish conditions
  Klaudiusz Fross, Dorota Winnicka-Jasłowska and Agata Sempruch, Poland
  Causes-effects relationship of construction project delays in Ghana: Focusing on local government projects
  Simon Ofori Ametepey, William Gyadu-Asiedu and Millicent Assah-Kissiedu, Ghana
Ergonomic Evaluation and Design for Sustainability
Session 17
Wednesday July 19
8:00 - 10:00
Usability and User Experience
Santa Monica B
  Co-Chairs:  Karthik Raj Kumar Yesodha and Andrés Solano, USA/Costa Rica    
  Ergonomic evaluation of different videogame controllers
  Karthik Kalyan Raj Kumar Yesodha, Veeraraghavan Narasimhan and Yueqing Li, USA
Is Uber “wild”? A study of a car sharing product-service system (PSS) under the perspective of cognition in the wild
  Manuela Gortz, Décio do Nascimento, Luiz Merkle, Marilia Amaral and Leonelo Almeida, Brazil
Ergonomic travel pillow
  Sravya Rao and Yueqing Li, USA
Advanced Unmanned Systems: Requirements and Groundwork for the Next Generation of Robotics Systems
Session 18
Wednesday July 19
8:00 - 10:00
Human Factors in Robots and Unmanned Systems
Santa Monica C
  Co-Chairs:  Troy Kelley and Jeffrey Krichmar, USA    
  Wearable robotics, industrial robots and construction worker's safety and health
  Rita Yi Man Li, Daniel Ping Lung Ng and Herru Ching Yu Li, Hong Kong/UK
  A model for temperament and emotions on robots
  Lyle Long, USA
  Adaptive robot path planning using a spiking neuron algorithm with axonal delays
  Jeffrey Krichmar, USA
  A cybernetic approach to characterization of complex sensory environments: Implications for human robot interaction
  Kelly Dickerson, Jeremy Gaston and Kelvin Oie, USA
  Spatial understanding as a common basis for human-robot collaboration
  D. Paul Benjamin, Damian Lyons, Tianyu Li, Peiyi Shen, Hong Yue and Zhenkang Zhao, USA
  A socially assistive robot that interacts with people through tactile and bi-directional learning
  Ting-Shuo Chou and Jeffrey Krichmar, Taiwan/USA
  Using episodic memory in a goal structured system for long term learning in autonomous systems
  Troy Kelley, USA
Healthcare and Medical Devices I
Session 19
Wednesday July 19
8:00 - 10:00
Human Factors and Medical Devices
Santa Monica D
  Chair:  Vince Duffy, USA    
  Potential and influence of Industrie 4.0 in oral implantology products and their production for patient, dentist and dental laboratory
  Yuebo Wang, Oliver Sandig, Christian Steinmetz, Christof Ellerbrock and Reiner Anderl, Germany
  Privacy and security of cardiovascular implantable electronic devices: Applying a contextual integrity analysis
  Beth Strickland Bloch and Masooda Bashir, USA
  Hazard and safety analysis of the Integra™ UltraVS™ neonate valve
  Amber Torrez, USA
  Investigation of human factors engineering methods used in medical device procurement process
  Kelly Carla Lobato, Carlos Henrique Mello, Ana Paula Almeida and Rodrigo M. Almeida , Brazil
  Usefulness of skin punch tools for corneal biopsy
  Lore Veelaert, Iris Boons, Anton Carmen, Julie Engelen, Nick Janssens, Nadia Zakaria, Guido De Bruyne and Clara Devriendt, Belgium
  Method of ergonomics assessment of technical systems and its influence on operators health on basis of hybrid fuzzy models
  Riad Taha Al-Kasasbeh, Nikolay Korenevskiy, Mahdi Salman Alshamasin and Ilyash Maksim, Jordan/Russia
Recent Advances in Inclusive Product and Service Design I
Session 20
Wednesday July 19
8:00 - 10:00
Design for Inclusion
San Francisco
  Co-Chairs:   Gustavo Sevilla-Cadavid and Patrick Langdon, Colombia/UK    
  Analysis of design of washbasin for use by the elderly
  Yoshiaki Goto, Satoshi Kose, Shinji Tanaka, Yasunari Nakajima and Takayuki Nakamura, Japan
  Diversity functionalities project. Development of inclusive wearable products
  Gustavo Sevilla-Cadavid, Angela Echeverri-Jaramillo, Alexander Cardona-Galeano and Luz M Sáenz, Colombia
  Designing autonomy in cars:  A survey and two focus groups on driving habits of an inclusive user group, and group attitudes towards autonomous cars
  Ioannis Politis, Patrick Langdon, Mike Bradley, Lee Skrypchuk, Alex Mouzakitis and P. John Clarkson, UK
  Study on the control device layout of truck cockpit based on user experience
  Yanlong Yao, Yinxia Li, Ai-ping Yang, Xin Zhang, Huimin Hu and Yahui Bai, China
  The effect of display-control compatibility design of intelligent electric rice cooker on different user groups’ operating performance and emotion
  Yunhong Zhang, Mengqian Zhang, Hong Chen and Na Lin, China
  Experimental study on comfort of cushion in soft seat
  Maybelle Yu, Maria Isabella Leuterio and Sabrina Mae Follosco, Philippines
Advances in Unmanned Aerial Vehicles (UAV) and Drones Research
Session 21
Wednesday July 19
8:00 - 10:00
Human Factors, Software, and Systems Engineering/ Human Factors in Robots and Unmanned Systems
San Bernardino
  Co-Chairs:  Gino Lim and Azad Madni, USA    
  Systematic tradeoff analysis among resilience approaches for multi-UAV system-of-systems
  Edwin Ordoukhanian and Azad Madni, USA
  Drone relay stations for supporting wireless communication in military operations
  Seon Jin Kim, Gino Lim and Jaeyoung Cho, USA
  Human-systems integration challenges in resilient multi-UAV operation
  Edwin Ordoukhanian and Azad Madni, USA
Using the Soundpainting language to fly a swarm of drones
  Nadine Couture, Sébastien Bottecchia, Serge Chaumette, Mateo Cecconello, Josu Rekalde and
  Myriam Desainte-Catherine, France
Human Factors and Wearable Technologies I
Session 22
Wednesday July 19
8:00 - 10:00
Human Factors and Wearable Technologies
Palos Verdes
  Co-Chairs:  Marcus Schmidt and Yusuke Shimazaki, Germany/Japan    
  A wearable flexible sensor network platform for the analysis of different sport movements
  Marcus Schmidt, Sebastian Wille, Carl Rheinländer, Norbert When and Thomas Jaitner, Germany
  Moti-meter: A system for visualizing personal learning motivation
  Yusuke Shimazaki and Toshikazu Kato, Japan
  Emotion recognition using physiological signals: Laboratory vs. wearable sensors
  Martin Ragot, Nicolas Martin, Sonia Em, Nico Pallamin and Jean-Marc Diverrez, France
  Development of support systems for capturing and reducing the hand-arm-stress
  Aydin Ünlü, Emine Alan and Meltem Gedik, Germany
  A wearable device supporting multiple touch- and gesture-based languages for the deaf-blind
  Nicholas Caporusso, Giovanni Cinquepalmi, Luigi Biasi, Gianpaolo Trotta, Antonio Brunetti and Vitoantonio Bevilacqua, Italy
  "What missing the cellular means?" – Experiencing the absence of the mobile phone
  Hananel Rosenberg, Israel/USA
Applied Digital Human Modeling and Simulation I
Session 23
Wednesday July 19
8:00 - 10:00
Digital Human Modeling and Applied Optimization /Physical Ergonomics & Human Factors
Santa Anita A
  Co-Chairs:  Jianwei Niu and Zhizhong Li, China    
  Effects of socks and shoes on normal foot skin temperature
  Ameersing Luximon, Balasankar Ganesan and Abida Younus, Hong Kong 
  Building a high accuracy body fitted harness system for puppet carrier
  Cathy Chow, Hong Kong
  Research on the competency model for the professional ship crew
  Zhen Liao, Xin Wang, Tuoyang Zhou, Shuang Liu, Gui Cai and Lei Liu, China
  Ergonomic study to compare digital human modeling simulation versus real life and momentum
  Carolina Massolino, Salvador Avila Filho, Ivone Cerqueira, Renê Pimentel, Napoleão Neto and Cristiane Fragoso, Brazil
  Refreshments 10:00 - 10:30  •  Room: California Ballroom
SESSION Wednesday, July 19   •  10:30 - 12:30
Affective Value and Kawaii Engineering
Session 24
Wednesday July 19
10:30 - 12:30
Affective and Pleasurable Design
Santa Anita A
  Co-Chairs:  Michiko Ohkura and Ryota Horie, Japan    
  Relationship between physical attributes of spoon designs and eye movements caused by kawaii feelings
  Tipporn Laohakangvalvit and Michiko Ohkura, Japan
  Are Kawaii products valuable to Chinese customers?
  Pei-Luen Patrick Rau, Nan Qie and Chien-Wen Tung, China
  How to model value-creating communication: coaching processes as an example
  Hiroko Shoji and Yuri Hamada, Japan
  Participation in a virtual reality concert via brainwave and heartbeat
  Ryota Horie, Minami Wada and Eri Watanabe, Japan
  Evaluation of immersive feeling in VR system with HMD by FNIRS measurement
  Kazuki Miyamoto, Yoshiki Koinuma, Shinichiro Kanoh and Michiko Ohkura, Japan
  Evaluation of “feelings of excitement” caused by a VR interactive system with unknown experience using ECQ
  Kodai Ito, Shigeki Usuda, Kiryu Yasunaga and Michiko Ohkura, Japan
  From HCI and affective computing to sentiment analysis: Extending the pool of context-aware features in affective-aware systems
  Aggeliki Vlachosterigou, George Marandianos and Stefanos Kollias, Greece/UK
Human-Machine Interactions and Tools
Session 25
Wednesday July 19
10:30 - 12:30
Cross-Cultural Decision Making
Santa Anita B
  Chair:   Umer Asgher, Pakistan    
Designing culturally appropriate responses to culturally influenced computer usage behaviors
  Fuad El-Qirem and Gilbert Cockton, Jordan
Comparative study of design by culture reference:  Design examples
  Yan Gan and Yasuyuki Hirai, Japan
Analyzing various functions of prefrontal cortex (PFC) in decision making via brain imaging techniques
  Umer Asgher, Riaz Ahmed, Yasar Ayaz, Noman Naseer, Liaqat Ali, Jose Arzola Ruiz and Maureen Kole, Pakistan
Applied Digital Human Modeling and Simulation II
Session 26
Wednesday July 19
10:30 - 12:30
Digital Human Modeling and Applied Optimization/ Human Factors and Simulation
Santa Anita C
  Co-Chairs:  Byung Cheol (Bruce) Lee and Ying-Yin Huang, USA/Taiwan    
  Evaluation of newly-implemented auto-detection software tool for real-time eye fixations in a driving simulation
  Ying-Yin Huang and Marino Menozzi, Taiwan/Switzerland
  Validation of interruption management stage model: Can we develop the human cognitive behavior model in interruptive working environment?
  Byung Cheol Lee and Heejin Jeong, USA
  An evaluation method for human fatigue in virtual maintenance simulation based on cube model
  Yimin Li, Qing Xue, Minxia Liu and Jingqian Wen, China
Cranium shape analysis from bald head scans
  Peng Li and Steven Paquette, USA 
Occupant protection modeling and injury prediction for NASA human exploration spacecraft
  Nancy Currie-Gregg, Charles Lawrence and Jeffrey Somers, USA
Optimization-based prediction of the motion of a human performing a horizontal drop jump
  Mahdiar Hariri, Toyin Ajisafe and Jangwoon Park, USA
Monitoring postures in work environments using multiple Kinect sensors
  Byoung-Keon Park, Scott Openshaw, Herman Miller and Matthew Reed, USA
Ergonomics in Clothing, Fashion and Footwear Design I
Session 27
Wednesday July 19
10:30 - 12:30
Ergonomics in Design
San Gabriel A
  Co-Chairs:  Miguel Carvalho and Pedro Arezes, Portugal    
  Ergonomic assessment on the tasks performed by hairstylists in Quezon City, Philippines
  Maricella Valdivia, Patrizia Gayle Godinez and Marjorie Sintor, Philippines
  Discussion of the design of sanitation workers’ clothes based on ergonomics
  Jiahui Xu and Xiaoping Hu, China
  Segmentation of anthropometric data of the Brazilian female population
  Carla Capelassi, Miguel Carvalho, Raquel Campos, Cristina Kattel and Bugao Xu, Portugal/USA
  Garment design and engineering for hospital use
  Miguel Carvalho, Elazer Edelman, Liliana Fontes and Jorge Santos, Portugal/USA
  The evaluation of ready-made clothing firms in terms of ergonomic risk factors
  Özlem Kaya, Turkey
Human Factors in Medical and Surgical Settings
Session 28
Wednesday July 19
10:30 - 12:30
Human Factors and Ergonomics in Healthcare
San Gabriel B
  Co-Chairs:  Denny Yu and Benjamin Strathen, USA/Germany    
Ergonomic assessment and analysis of postural load of surgeons performing laparoscopic surgeries in Cuenca, Ecuador
  Mónica Ordóñez-Ríos, Oswaldo Jara, Juan Carlos Salamea and Vladimir Robles-Bykbaev, Ecuador
Further development and evaluation of an universal foot switch for diverse medical disciplines within the framework of an open integration concept for the operation theatre of the future
  Anna Vitting, Armin Janß, Benjamin Strathen, Melanie Strake and Klaus Radermacher, Germany
Effects of noises and music on nurses' mental workload and situation awareness in the operating room
 Li-Ping Tseng and Yung-Ching Liu, Taiwan
Usability analysis in surgical prosthetics application for patient specific implants PSI
 María José González, Clara Isabel López and Fernanda Maradei, Colombia
Operating room ergonomics: A practical approach for reducing operating room ergonomic hazards
  John Vaughan, Yona Vaisbuch, Robert Jackler and Justin M. Moore, USA
Advanced medical decision support using fuzzy cognitive maps: A review of recent applications
  Afshin Jamshidi, Daoud Ait-Kadi and Angel Ruiz, Canada
Maritime I
Session 29
Wednesday July 19
10:30 - 12:30
Human Factors in Transportation - Maritime
San Gabriel C
  Co-Chairs:  Daniel Fay and Massimo Di Nicolantonio, UK/Italy    
  Waves of change: Understanding the maritime navigating crew in their transition from analogue to digital navigation charts
  Ariana Mihoc and Kirsten Cater, UK
Identifying gaps, opportunities and user needs for future e-navigation technology and information exchange
  Nicole Costa, Monica Lundh and Scott MacKinnon, Sweden
  Inshore navigation’s yacht:  Study cases of sustainable and ergonomic yacht design
  Massimo Di Nicolantonio, Italy
  Assessing sonar and target motion analysis stations in a submarine control room using cognitive work analysis
  Daniel Fay, Neville Stanton and Aaron Roberts, UK
  “A-shaped” mast sailing yacht: Technological solution for easy navigation
  Jessica Lagatta and Andrea Vallicelli, Italy
  Maritime system analysis based on interaction of operation and operator factors
  Joohee Lee and Hyun Chung, Korea
  Using eye tracking to improve cove-its feedback to ship handling students
  Quinn Kennedy, Perry McDowell, Salman Aleem and Ruriko Yoshida, USA
Human Factors Engineering in Composite Manufacturing and Application
Session 30
Wednesday July 19
10:30 - 12:30
Human Aspects of Advanced Manufacturing
Santa Barbara A
  Co-Chairs:  H. Hamada, Nanami Norimichi and Yuqiu Yang, Japan    
Expert skill of injection molding - a new composite processing, DFFIM
  Yoshihisa Nagoao, Akihiko Imajo, Shinji Nojima, Hiroyuki Hamada and Yuqiu Yang, China/Japan
Educational guidance to be an expert in trimming processes for the autoclaved CFRP products
  Norimichi Nanami, Toshikazu Uchida,Yosuke Watanabe, Katsuyuki Hara, Koji Kuroda, Hiroyuki Hamada, Akihiko Goto and
  Hayato Nakatani, China/Japan
Processing method of Japanese Kyoto bow by oral Dento Mirai
Kanjuro Shibata, Norimichi Nanami, Hayato Nakatani, Hiroyuki Hamada and Akihiko Goto, Japan
Comparison of worker's skill during vacuum-assisted resin transfer molding using motion analysis
  Yasunari Kuratani, Kentaro Hase, Tomoe Kawazu, Aya Miki, Norimichi Nanami, Hayato Nakatani and Hiroyuki Hamada, Japan
Study of expert technology on producing paper tubes
  Mitsunori Suda, Takanori Kitamura, Kanta Ito, Suguru Teramura, Zhiyuan Zhang, Hiroyuki Hamada and Tomoko Ota, Japan
Accident Analysis and Prevention II
Session 31
Wednesday July 19
10:30 - 12:30
Safety Management and Human Factors
Santa Barbara B
  Co-Chairs:  Nelson Costa and Jason Barlow, Portugal/Australia    
  Case study in best practice incident investigation
  Jason Barlow and Manikam Pillay, Australia 
  The accident of the P-36 platform in Brazil: Human factors and the reliability in complex systems
  Marcelo Figueiredo, Denise Alvarez and Ricardo Adams, Brazil
  “Day to day, town to town, sing my songs, travel on”? Examining aspects of precarious employment for work psychologists in Austria
  Lisa Hopfgartner, Christian Seubert and Jürgen Glaser, Austria
  Age-related impairments such as reduced hearing capacity – a safety issue for the working world?
  Verena Wagner, Nina Grossi and Wolfgang Kallus, Austria
  Aviation accident analysis – a case study
  Mohammet Shahriari and Mehmet Aydin, Turkey
  Burning and electrocution risk’s evaluation and prevention procedures:  A case study in a production work shop
  Bouhafs Mebarki, Mhamed Bengharbi, Mohamed Mokdad and Lahcene Bouabdellah, Algeria
Virtualization in Physical Ergonomics 
Session 32
Wednesday July 19
10:30 - 12:30
Physical Ergonomics & Human Factors
Santa Barbara C
  Co-Chairs:  Paul Gunther and Thomas Hofmann, Australia/Germany    
  Use of biomechanical properties of soft tissue for ergonomic product design
  Parth Shah, Yan Luximon and Ameersing Luximon, Hong Kong
  Assessment of human balance due to recoil destabilization using smart clothing
  Sofia Scataglini, Elie Truyen, Paolo Perego, Johan Gallant, Damien Van Tiggelen and Giuseppe Andreoni, Belgium
  Virtualization in physical ergonomics: Seat indentor testing rig
  Arj Sivakumar, Peter Slattery and Gunther Paul, Australia
  Systems anthropometry of digital human models for seat design
  Herbert Reynolds and Gunther Paul, USA
  Between information and distraction - eye-controlled multimodal interface for car cockpits
  Thomas Hofmann, Tom Kamender and Daniel Schwalbe, Germany
  Impact of virtual reality in design of sports equipment
  Rosa Virgnie and Coromp Pierre, France
Driver Safety II
Session 33
Wednesday July 19
10:30 - 12:30
Human Factors in Transportation - Road & Rail
Hollywood Ballroom
  Co-Chairs:  Aaron Roberts and Sérgio Rodrigues, Brazil    
Effects of using a cell phone on gaze movements during simulated car driving: Hand-held and hands-free conditions
  Bethânya Carizio, Gisele Gotardi, Juliana de Angelo, Sérgio Rodrigues, Luis Paschoarelli, Paula Favaro Polastri and
  Fabio Barbieri, Brazil
Structural study of the side impact test with a fully-instrumented pole
  Jacob Sanchez, Melcior Malivern, Núria Parera and Fernado Bernal, Spain
Neuro-behavioral evaluation of rehabilitation programs for dangerous drivers
  Pavel Řezáč, Veronika Kurečková, Petr Zámečník, Daniel Shaw, Milan Brázdil, Kristína Czekóová, Beáta Špiláková and
  Miguel Salazar, Czech Republic
Different learning conditions and their impact on hazard perception training
  Jana Hilz, Sarah Malone and Roland Brünken, Germany
Fuzzy logic based merging gap acceptance model incorporating driving styles and drivers’ personalities
  Chen Chai, Xuesong Wang, Yiik Diew Wong and Yidan Gao, Singapore
Macro analysis of traffic accidents based on an automatic classification method for drive recorder data
  Midori Mori, Japan
Social and Occupational Ergonomics II
Session 34
Wednesday July 19
10:30 - 12:30
Social & Occupational Ergonomics
Palos Verdes
  Co-Chairs:  Iuliana Nastasia and Shilpi Bora, Canada/India    
  Ergonomics contribution in the RTW of workers after work-related musculoskeletal disorders
  Iuliana Nastasia and Sarah Gaspard, Canada
  Office workspace design for policewomen in Assam, India: Applications for developing countries
  Shilpi Bora, Abhirup Chatterjee and Debkumar Chakrabarti, India
  Examination of occupational health and safety practices in Ghana
  Zakari Mustapha, Clinton Aigbavboa and Wellington Thwala, South Africa
  Construction accidents during the years 2013 to 2015 in Belo Horizonte City and its metropolitan area, Brazil
  Diego Frade and Wemerton Evangelista, Brazil
Ergonomics and Design for All
Session 35
Wednesday July 19
10:30 - 12:30
Usability and User Experience
San Pedro
  Co-Chairs: Bianbian Qiu and Akhil Vinay Oswal China/USA    
  A user satisfaction survey for Chinese tractors based on attitude index of product attributes
  Bianbian Qiu, Jiping Zhou, Zaixiang Zheng and Hui Shen, China
  Addressing the alerting needs of older adults to age in place
  Reema Upadhyaya, Akhil Oswall and Brian  Jones, USA
  Research on efficiency of visual search of users about different forms of prompts of text entry fields
 Linghua Ran, Xin Zhang, Hong Luo, Ling Luo, Huimin Hu and Chaoyi Zhao, China
  Research on the degree of attraction to users of ads at different positions during targeted operation
 Linghua Ran, Xin Zhang, Hong Luo, Huimin Hu and Zhongting Wang, China
  Voice guidance design guideline for home appliances from viewpoints of design consistency
  Sawaya Harigaya and Miwa Nakanishi, Japan
  Usability-directed website redesign for Filipino student learning platform
  Joseph Patrick Roxas, Philippines
Human Factors in Energy:  Policy, Implementation and Achieving Successful Outcomes
Session 36
Wednesday July 19
10:30 - 12:30
Human Factors in Energy: Oil, Gas, Nuclear and Electric Power Industries
Santa Monica A
  Co-Chairs:   Mingming Deng and Brian Green, China/USA    
  Test and analysis of Chinese coal miners’ vision ability
  Mingming Deng and Feng Wu, China
  Seven ways that human performance improvement (HPI) programs fail and 21 ways to help ensure they succeed
  Jake Mazulewicz and Michael Legatt, USA
  When Is a human factors review appropriate? Development of a human factors screening tool for Nuclear Regulatory Commission project managers
  Brian Green, USA
  Indonesia's challenges and opportunities: youth petroleum engineer’s role to develop economic growth and natural resources
  Prayang Sunny Yulia, Sugiatmo Kasmungin and Bayu Satiyawira, Indonesia
  Investigating procedures in process safety
  Jason Williams, Farzan Sasangohar and Camille Peres, USA
  Associating holography techniques with BIM practices for electrical substation design
  Alexandre Cardoso, Isabela Cristina Peres, Edgard Lamounier, Gerson Lima, Milton Miranda and Igor Moraes, Brazil
Systems Thinking in Sports and Outdoor Recreation
Session 37
Wednesday July 19
10:30 - 12:30
Human Factors in Sports, Injury Prevention and Outdoor Recreation 
Santa Monica B
  Co-Chairs:  Kevin Richardson and Chika Eke, USA    
  Architecting speed:  Making racing data useful
  Kevin Richardson, USA
  Effect of rater expertise on subjective agility assessment
  Leia Stirling and Chika Eke, USA
  Effectiveness of avoiding head collision of a head with an object in motion – virtual reality technology in diagnostic and training from perspective of prophylactic of body injuries
  Roman Kalina, Robert Michnik, Piotr Wodarski, Andrzej Bieniek, Jacek Jurkojc and Dariusz Mosler, Poland
  Analysis of pitching skills in major league baseball players
  Michiko Miyamoto and Akihiro Ito, Japan
  Methodology for the assessment of clothing and individual equipment (CIE)
  Leif Hasselquist, Marianna Eddy, K. Blake Mitchell, Clifford Hancock, Jay McNamara and Christina Caruso, USA
  A first step toward the development of a situation awareness (SA) assessment technique for elite professional soccer: Some lessons from previous research
  Luís Meireles, Luís Alves and José Cruz, Portugal
Systems Usability and Device Assessment 
Session 38
Wednesday July 19
10:30 - 12:30
Human Factors and Systems Interaction
Santa Monica C
  Chair:  Denis A. Coelho, Portugal    
  Development of a new ergonomic computer mouse
  Miguel L. Lourenço, Rui Pitarma and Denis Coelho, Portugal
  Psychometric analysis of scales for usability evaluation of pointing devices
  Denis Coelho, Miguel L. Lourenço and Isabel L. Nunes, Portugal
  A fuzzy usability assessment methodology
  Bruno Lemos and Isabel L. Nunes, Portugal
  Research methodologies in the ergonomic development and evaluation of PC mice
  Miguel L. Lourenço and Denis Coelho, Portugal
  S-EMG of forearm muscles activity in conventional PC mouse use
  Miguel L. Lourenço and Denis Coelho, Portugal
  Validation of a new algorithm for the conduction of the discussion phase in a heuristic evaluation process: An approach for software usability assessments
 Freddy Paz, Freddy Asrael Paz, Carmen Rosas and Manuel Sanchez, Peru
  Enhancement of user experience by hierarchical task analysis for interaction system
  Khadija Fyiaz, Shabana Tabassum and Ali Hasnain, Pakistan
Organizational Learning and Performance
Session 39
Wednesday July 19
10:30 - 12:30
Human Factors in Training, Education, and Learning Sciences
Santa Monica D
  Chair:  Terence Andre, USA    
Competency-based training system for personalized learning
  Terence Andre, Kerri Conning Chik, Ryan Meyer, Gregg Liming, Rod Ford, Camilla Knott, Caitlin Robie and
  Danyele Harris-Thompson, USA
Influences of mentoring functions on job satisfaction and organizational commitment of graduate employees
  Morena Nkomo, Wellington Thwala and Clinton Aigbavboa, South Africa
Human resource management and effects of mentoring on retention of employees in the construction sector: A literature review
  Morena Nkomo, Wellington Thwala and Clinton Aigbavboa, South Africa
Gamification in Service Engineering
Session 40
Wednesday July 19
10:30 - 12:30
Human Side of Service Engineering
Beaudry A
  Co-Chairs:  Freimut Bodendorf and Christian Zagel, Germany    
  Using gamification to enhance user motivation: The influence of gender and age
  Sophie Jent and Monique Janneck, Germany
  The interaction of causal attribution of performance and compliance with decision support systems in cyber-physical production systems - An empirical study using a business simulation game
  Philipp Brauner, Ralf Philipsen, André Calero Valdez and Martina Ziefle, Germany
  Gamified self-service checkouts: The influence of personality traits on user motivation and experience
  Adelka Niels and Christian Zagel, Germany
  Defining recrutainment:  A model and a survey on the gamification of recruiting and human resources
  Oliver Korn, Florian Brenner, Julian Börsig, Fabio Lalli, Maik Mattmüller and Andrea Mueller, Germany
  SciencOmat: A gamified research platform for evaluating visual attractiveness
  Christian Zagel, Alexander Piazza, Freimut Bodendorf and Yoan Petrov, Germany
  Data driven campaigning – a framework for the use of data in German campaigns
  André Haller, Germany
Control Using Multimodal Input
Session 41
Wednesday July 19
10:30 - 12:30
Human Factors in Robots and Unmanned Systems
Beaudry B
  Chair:  Anna Trujillo, USA    
  Challenges of using gestures in multimodal HMI for unmanned mission planning
  Meghan Chandarana, Erica Meszaros, Anna Trujillo and B. Danette Allen, USA
  Compensating for limitations in speech-based natural language processing with multimodal interfaces in UAV operation
  Erica Meszaros, Meghan Chandarana, Anna Trujillo and B. Danette Allen, USA
  Investigation of gesture based UAV control
  Brian Sanders, Dennis Vincenzi and Yuzhong Shen, USA
  Crew performance and situation awareness in three UAS GCS layouts
  Derek McColl, Jena-Francois Gagnon, Simon Banbury, Robert Arrabito, Nada Pavlovic, Fred Williams, Mario Charron
  and Ming Hou, Canada
  Leveraging different modalities in a multimodal interface for UAV flight path generation
  Erica Meszaros, Meghan Chandarana, Anna Trujillo and B. Danette Allen, USA
Recent Advances in Design for Ageing Population
Session 42
Wednesday July 19
10:30 - 12:30
Design for Inclusion
  Co-Chairs:  Giuseppe Mincolelli and Matteo Zallio, Italy/Ireland    
  Adaptive design of physical, hand-operated interfaces for the transgenerational user using parameterization
  Benedikt Janny, Johann Winterholler and Thomas Maier, Germany
  IoT based recipes for enabling senior citizens:  Stakeholders views on how integration of IoT and web services can enhance the well-being and inclusion of older people
  Matteo Zallio, John McGrory and Damon Berry, Ireland
Design for the active ageing and autonomy: The role of industrial design in the development of the “habitat” IOT project
  Giuseppe Mincolelli, Silvia Imbesi and Michele Marchi, Italy
Inclusive design for ageing people and the internet of things: Understanding needs
  Giuseppe Mincolelli, Michele Marchi and Silvia Imbesi, Italy
Exploring choice criteria for older Chinese female consumers:  A wardrobe study approach
  Minzhi Zhang, Sonja Andrew and Simeon Gill, UK
Qualitative study on salient factors influencing Indian elderly’s perception on fall and its related interventions
  Nilakshi Yein and Swati Pal, India
Organization and Leadership
Session 43
Wednesday July 19
10:30 - 12:30
Human Factors in Management and Leadership
Emerald Bay
  Co-Chairs:  Anna Szopa and Tibor Barath, Poland/Hungary    
Simulation and surface response methodology for simultaneous optimization of response variables: Case study in a warehousing process
  Jorge Gonzalez, Humberto Híjar, Jaime Sanchez-Leal and Daniel Hernández, Mexico
Effects of occupational health and safety assessment series (OHSAS) standard:  A study on core competencies building and organizational learning
  Ebo Kwegyir-Afful, Emma Kwegyir-Afful, Richard Addo-Tenkorang and Jussi Kantola, Finland
Comparison of laboral tension between management and operational teams
  Velia Castillo-Pèrez, Mario Corral-Chacòn, Liliana Carrasco Armendariz and Ramon Elizondo, Mexico
Relationship between diversity fault-lines and turnover intentions of nurses in Japan
  Takumi Iwaasa, Yasuyuki Yamada and Motoki Mizuno, Japan
Systematic review of a study of male nurses in Japan
  Yasuyuki Yamada, Takumi Iwaasa and Motoki Mizuno, Japan
Promoting the organizational development in the knowledge economy: A fractal architecture of T-innovative capacities
  Marcelo Conti, Sapienza, Cristina Simone and Andres Salas, Italy/Spain
Human Factors, Software and Systems Engineering I
Session 44
Wednesday July 19
10:30 - 12:30
Human Factors, Software, and Systems Engineering
  Co-Chairs:  Daniel Yaeger and Rafiqul Tarefder, USA    
  Ground penetrating radar for measuring thickness of an unbound layer of a pavement
  Rafiqul Tarefder and Mesbah Ahmed, USA
  Efficient language model generation algorithm for mobile voice commands
  Daniel Yaeger and Christopher Bubeck, USA
  Use of the systems modeling language to incorporate human factors into the soldier as a system domain to optimize future solider systems
  Shauna Dorsey, Sean Pham, Frank Torres and Dana Perriello, USA
  Defining ‘architecture’ for software engineering – a review of terminology
  Julio Guzman, Alexia Pacheco and Gustavo Lopez, Costa Rica
  Design of a secure location based service for mobile cloud applications
  K. Meenakshi Sundaram and Navjeet Kumar, Botswana 
  Research on paper submission management system by using automatic text categorization
  Qi Luo, China
Development of a rapid prototype of the computational model to evaluation of environmental indicators
  Elvira Rolon, Juan Rios, Rene Cabrera, Julio Rolon and Martha Torres, Mexico
Human Reliability and Human Factors Research in China
Session 45
Wednesday July 19
10:30 - 12:30
Human Error, Reliability, Resilience, and Performance 
  Co-Chairs:  Zhizhong Li and Manrong She, China    
  Effects of information acquisition method on diagnostic task performance using digitalized  interfaces
  Xuansheng Ding, Zhizhong Li and Manrong She, China
  Cognitive processes and PEMs of TSA in digitized MCRs of NPPs
  Pengcheng Li, Simon M. Hsiang, Licao Dai, Li Zhang, Yu Jiang and Xiaofang Li, China
  The effects of operator characteristic and information retrieval methods on diagnosis performance
  Dan Pan, Lu Yang, Manrong She, Zhizhong Li and Xuansheng Ding, China
  The effect of the urban bus stop on human - machine characteristics in public transport
  Fengyuan Wang, Xiaoting Chen, Lu Wang, Shiyuan Yan and Fuquan Pan, China
  Operating events in Chinese nuclear power plants:  A preliminary analysis
  Lixin Zheng, Feng Jiao, Peng Liu, Jiejuan Tong and Zhizhong Li, China
  Description of diagnosis process: A review of existing measures and a new approach
  Xi Lyu and Zhizhong Li, China
  Status of  human reliability analysis  and its review in Chinese nuclear power plant
  Jiajia Zhang, China
Human Factors in Communication of Design I
Session 46
Wednesday July 19
10:30 - 12:30
Human Factors in Communication of Design
San Francisco
  Co-Chairs:  Timothy Richards and Lung-Wen Kuo, USA/Taiwan    
  Trust building privacy preferences for young adults visiting political campaign websites
  Timothy Richards and A. Ant Ozok, USA
  Humanistic teaching approaches in typographic communication design
  Amic Ho, Hong Kong
  Analysis of communicational design and information on university websites
  Lívia Inglesis Barcellos, Ekaterina Emmanuil Inglesis Barcellos and Galdenoro Botura, Jr., Brazil
  The style of imagery: A color study of landscape paintings
  Chih-Chun Lai and Lung-Wen Kuo, Taiwan
Comparison of on-line and laboratory experiments to determine single-color preference 
  Luwen Yu, Stephen Westland and Xinxiong Liu, UK/China
Emotional Engineering II
Session 47
Wednesday July 19
10:30 - 12:30
Affective and Pleasurable Design
San Bernardino
Co-Chairs:  Jiwon Park and Dosun Shin, USA/Korea  
Research on the way of ‘Blank’ in web design
  Ji Xuewen and Yuan Huaxiang, China
Emotional values of ceramic material applications in product design
  Dosun Shin, USA
Cultivating a new emotive brand experience that parallels the business turnaround strategy using systems-thinking and service design methodologies:  A rebranding case study in the resort industry 
  Jiwon Park, USA/Korea
Spacial empathy as a tool to measure the pleasure of a place
  Ethel Santana and Barbara Nascimento, Brazil
The hearing-impaired and the sound: Reflections about the interpretation of the soundscape from the perspective of the hearing impaired person
  Juliana Oliveira and Andrea Rego, Brazil
Urban sonorities: Reflections on the social and affective interaction by sound ambiances through sensitive spaces
  Barbara Nascimento, Juliana Oliveira, Ethel Santana and Andrea Rego, Brazil
  Lunch Break 12:30 - 13:30   •    Enjoy lunch at the restaurant of your choice
SESSION Wednesday, July 19  •  13:30 - 15:30
Kansei Engineering and AI-VR
Session 48
Wednesday July 19
13:30 - 15:30
Affective and Pleasurable Design
Santa Anita A
  Chair:   Mitsuo Nagamachi, Japan  
  Measurement of surface and virtual prototyping for Kansei engineering
  Shigekazu Ishihara, Tatsuro Matsubara, Yukihiro Matsubara and Mitsuo Nagamachi, Japan
  Kansei ergonomic study of a new body brush development
  Kousuke Morinaga, Keiko Ishihara, Masayuki Booka and Shigekazu Ishihara, Japan
  Development and evaluation of ankle mobility VR rehabilitation game
  Atsushi Kanbe and Shigekazu Ishihara, Japan
  Persuasive semantics of aging health products based on AHP and Kansei engineering
  Yongyan Guo, Minggang Yang and Meiyu Zhou, China
  Development of remote control unit of domestic water heater by Kansei engineering
  Toshio Tsuchiya, Japan
  History of Kansei engineering and application of artificial intelligence
  Mitsuo Nagamachi, Japan
  A study of contemporary Chinese jewelry design based on Kansei engineering
  Zhiye Yu and Wei Yu, China
General and Systemic Structural Activity Theory
Session 49
Wednesday July 19
13:30 - 15:30
Cognitive & Neuroergonomics 
Santa Anita B
  Chair:  Gregory Bedny, USA  
  The model of the factor of significance of goal-directed decision making
  Alexander Yemelyanov, USA
  Applying SSAT in computer-based analysis and investigation of operator errors
  Alexander Yemelyanov and Alla Yemelyanov, USA
  Mediating subjective task complexity in job design: a critical reflection of historicity in self-regulatory activity
  Mohammed-Aminu Sanda, Ghana 
  The emerging cognitive difficulties and emotional-motivational challenges of Ghanaian air traffic controllers: implication for improved job design
  Mohammed-Aminu Sanda and Emmanuel Owusu-Asiedu, Ghana 
  Studying thinking in the framework of SSAT
  Gregory Bedny, Inna Bedny and Waldemar Karwowski, USA
  Concept of the computer-based task in production and non-production environment
  Gregory Bedny and Inna Bedny, USA
  Activity approach in management
  Fred Voskoboynikov, USA
Assistive Technology II
Session 50
Wednesday July 19
13:30 - 15:30
Ergonomics in Design
Santa Anita C
  Chair:  Maria Lucia Okimoto, Brazil  
  Implementation of integrated instrumentation in assistive technology
  Eugenio Andres Merino, Giuliano Mannrich, Bruno Guimarães, Giselle Speck, Diego Mattos, Susana Domenech and
  Giselle Schmidt A. Merino, Brazil
  Research and development of pedagogical objects to support inclusive education
  Janete Cicero, Saul Mizrahi, Gil Brito, Felipe Sampaio and Gabriel Ferreira, Brazil
Modularity and variety in the customization of functional clothes for people with disabilities
  Bruna Brogin, Maria Lucia Okimoto, and Carlo Martino, Brazil/Italy
  Use perception analysis in custom made footwear for people with physical disability
  Rosangela Santos, Flávio Ventura, Francienne Hernandes,  Ademir Marques, Jr., João Eduardo Guarnetti dos Santos
  and Luis Paschoarelli, Brazil
  Usability evaluation of mine machine interface based on eye movement experiment
  Hongxia Li, Shuicheng Tian, Fang Li and Yixin Huang, China
Ergonomics II
Session 51
Wednesday July 19
13:30 - 15:30
Ergonomics in Design
San Gabriel A
  Co-Chairs:  Fernando Moreira da Silva and Paulo Maldonado, Portugal  
Inspædia: Changing the landscape of cultural reflection and influence through user experience design
  Paulo Maldonado, Leonor Ferrão and Pablo Ermida, Portugal
  User-centered design and theory of innovation problem solving integration approach for ergonomic product design
  Fanglan Zhang and Sharon Joines, China/USA
  How design processes add innovative capacity in startup companies
  Isabela Maria Moroni, Amilton José Arruda, Pablo Felipe Bezerra and Theska Laila Freitas, Brazil
  Analysis of characteristic features of juvenile female aged between 15 and 17 in Quangdong Province P. R. China
  Huajuan Lin and Xiaoping Hu, China
  Anthropometric measurement of Filipino manufacturing workers
  Jinky Leilanie Lu, Philippines
  Evaluation of human-system interface complexity using NASA TLX and eye tracking in the digital nuclear power plants
  Yingying Wei, Shengyuan Yan and Cong Chi Tran, China
Human Factors in Medical Devices Design
Session 52
Wednesday July 19
13:30 - 15:30
Human Factors and Ergonomics in Healthcare
San Gabriel B
  Chair:  Helen Fuller, USA  
  Development of pneumatic dual-cell stacking implanter
  Yih-Lin Cheng and Yi-Tung Lai, Taiwan 
  Human factors in prosthesis of total knee arthroplasty
  Renê Pimentel, Cristiano Fontes, Salvador Avila Filho, Jocelma Rios, Adonias Magdiel, Cristiane Fragoso, Ivone Cerqueira
  and Caroline Massolino, Brazil
  Teaching proactive risk assessment to clinicians and administrators
  Tandi Bagian and Helen Fuller, USA
  Design of wearable dialysis unit
  Neela Rajhans, Vicky Sardar and Atul Sajgure, India
  Ankle support design for squatting pushing skills during the second stage of labor
  Ghi-Hwei Kao, Philip Hwang, Yu-Ching Lin and Yi Lin, Taiwan
Applications in Cognitive and Internet of Things
Session 53
Wednesday July 19
13:30 - 15:30
Cognitive Computing and Internet of Things (IoT)
San Gabriel C
  Co-Chairs:  Sharon Chinoy and Neil Gomes, USA    
  Thing to service: Perspectives from a network of things
  Sharon Chinoy, USA
  Designing a cognitive concierge service for hospitals
  Hari Madduri and Neil Gomes, USA
  Accessibility on the internet of things: Challenges for the design of socially responsible interfaces
  Lucas Azevedo and Galdenoro Botura, Jr., Brazil
  Eye tracking SDK: A framework for e-learning
  Tessie Lobo, USA
  A quantitative approach of product styling design evaluation based on eye movement data and artificial neutral network method
  Wenhua Li, Jianjie Chu, Bingchen Gou and Suihuai Yu, China
Safety Culture and Training
Session 54
Wednesday July 19
13:30 - 15:30
Safety Management and Human Factors
Santa Barbara A
  Co-Chairs:  Gladstone Reid and Walter Eichendorf, USA/Germany    
  Usability of machinery
   Gyula Szabo, Hungary
  Establishing a culture of prevention
  Walter Eichendorf, Germany
  Occupational exposure to biological agents in the waste industry – characterization of bacteria and fungi in air, operators
 Marta Pinto, Joana Guerreiro, Manuela Velho, Sérgio Gonçalves, Carla Ramos, Paulo Fernandes, José Veiga and
  João Almeida, Portugal
  Safety culture in the ergonomics perspective: Case study in offshore platforms   
  Francisco Duarte, Brazil 
  Awareness of safety guidelines among South African construction professionals
  Ayodeji Oke, Clinton Aigbavboa and Codelia Seemola, South Africa
  Active shooter training evaluation
  Gladstone Reid, Elizabeth Mezzacappa, Gordon Cooke, Kevin Tevis, Robert DeMarco and John Riedener, USA
  The principles of support for guaranteed level of safety in air navigation services in Ukraine
  Oleh Alexeiev, Ukraine
Ergonomics Methods and Outcomes in Physical Product Design
Session 55
Wednesday July 19
13:30 - 15:30
Physical Ergonomics & Human Factors
Santa Barbara B
  Chair:  Chandra Nair, USA  
  Getting a seat at the table in product development: A case study
  Noel Bankston, USA
  Aviation snips: Ergonomic investigation, testing and design specifications
  Tolga Caglar, Tom Pelletier and Kevin Costello, USA
  Benefits of multimodal speech directed order fulfillment systems vs single mode systems
  Chandra Nair, USA
  Lessons from real world: How to transition from graduate school into industry
  Wenjun Sun, USA
  Field user feedback study: Rugged handheld device preferences in manual material handling
  Katherine King, USA
  Using virtual reality in the ergonomics-design workflow
  Thomas Hofmann, Tom Kamender and Fabian Staerk, Germany
  Techniques for quantifying ergonomic product performance
  Kevin Costello, USA
Driver Safety III
Session 56
Wednesday July 19
13:30 - 15:30
Human Factors in Transportation - Road & Rail
  Co-Chairs:  Katie Parnell and Nurul Ikhmar Ibrahim, UK/Australia  
  Willing to be distracted? Decisions drivers make to engage with in-vehicle technologies within a simulator and real-world environment
  Katie Parnell, Neville Stanton and Katherine Plant, UK
Assessing distraction: Exploring the effects of smartphone voice control interfaces on driving performance
  Nurul Ikhmar Ibrahim, Carlo Caponecchia and Michael Regan, Australia/Malaysia
  Exploring adolescent texting while driving behaviors using the theory of planned behavior and psychosocial factors
  Maranda McBride, Lemuria Carter and Brandis Phillips, USA
  Risky behavior and the attitudes towards the police safety operations in the Czech Republic
  Petr Zámečník, Veronika Kurečková, Pavel Řezáč and Vít Gabrhel, Czech Republic
  Does the familiarity of road regulation contribute to driving violation?  A simulated study on familiar and unfamiliar road intersections among young Chinese drivers
  Siyuan Huang, Daniele Ruscio, Dedy Ariansyah, Jun Yi and Monica Bordegoni, China/Italy
Human-Machine Interaction I
Session 57
Wednesday July 19
13:30 - 15:30
Human Factors in Transportation - Road & Rail
  Co-Chairs:  Lee Skrypchuk and Patrick Langdon, UK  
  Identifying difference thresholds of haptics and acoustics of control devices
  Tobias Glohr, Thomas Maier and Andreas Zimmermann, Germany
  Digital touchpoints in campus slow traffic service system
  Jintian Shi and Ke Ma, China
Cognitive vehicle design guided by human factors and supported by Bayesian artificial intelligence 
  Ata Khan, Canada
  Assessing in-vehicle secondary tasks with the NHTSA visual-manual guidelines occlusion method
  Mikael Ljung Aust, Robert Broström and Sofia Lindvall, Sweden
  The benefit of touchless gesture control:  An empirical evaluation of commercial vehicle-related use cases
  Michael Stecher, Britta Michel and Andreas Zimmermann, Germany
  Quantifying the physiological impacts of real-time travel information on route choice behavior: A driving simulator-based study
  Srinivas Peeta, Shubham Agrawal, Irina Benedyk, Jian Wang, Dong Yoon Song and Yuntao Guo, USA
Social and Occupational Ergonomics III
Session 58
Wednesday July 19
13:30 - 15:30
Social & Occupational Ergonomics
Palos Verdes
  Chair:  Alessandro Maddeo, Italy    
  Task analysis and comfort evaluation through simulations: Differences between subjective perceptions and simulated data in the case of car-hood lifting
  Alessandro Naddeo, Davide D'Ambrosio and Bruno Antonini, Italy
  Human factors in designing workspace: Customizing kitchen counter design
  Anuradha Patil and Neela Rajhans, India
Ergonomic assessment and workplace design in dairy processing industry
  Nevra Akbilek, Turkey
Ergonomic value stream mapping:  A novel approach to reduce subjective mental workload
  Anel Arce, Luis Romero-Dessens and Jaime Leon-Duarte, Mexico
To analyze the effect of the occupational factors on the prevalence of musculoskeletal disorders among bank office employees in Nawanshahr Punjab, (India)  - a case study
  Rajinder Moom, Lakhwinder Janagal and Neelam Moom, India
Macro-ergonomics studies in the nursing field. Theoretical review
  Juliana Avila-Vargas and Elvia González-Muñoz, Mexico
User Experience and Social Networking
Session 59
Wednesday July 19
13:30 - 15:30
Usability and User Experience
San Pedro
  Co-Chairs:  Ron McLeod and Atsushi Uenoyama, Scotland/Japan  
  Playbook data analysis tool: Collecting interaction data from extremely remote users
  Bob Kanefsky, Jimin Zheng, Ivonne Deliz, Jessica Marquez and Steven Hillenius, USA
  Estimating user’s intention and emotion by analyzing operation log data of IOT appliances
  Atsushi Uenoyama, Miwa Nakanishi and Masahiko Sakata, Japan
  Usability heuristics for mobile apps: An integrative approach 
  Samar Swaid, USA
  The impact of smartphone use and its differences between cultures
  Caio Silva, Daniela Gobbo, Ana Luiza Chyla, Jéssica Dudyk, Regiane Friedemann and Thi Anh Tuyet Tran, Brazil
Human Factors on Crises Management
Session 60
Wednesday July 19
13:30 - 15:30
Human Factors and Systems Interaction
Santa Monica A
  Chair: Mário Simões-Marques, Portugal  
  System decision support for emergency management
  Hugo Ramos and Jose Borges, Portugal
  Knowledge management in the development of an intelligent system to support emergency response
  Anacleto Correia, Inês Severino, Isabel L. Nunes and Mário Simões-Marques, Portugal
  Modeling and simulation in support of disaster preparedness
  Mário Simões-Marques, João Bica and Anacleto Correia, Portugal
  Visual search techniques and performance in electronic map display
  Jean Luc Habiyaremye and Yan Shengyuan, China
  Interlinking standardized OpenStreetMap data and citizen science data in the OpenData cloud
  Werner Leyh and Homero Fonseca Filho, Brazil
  Higher functioning teams improve the triage process in Las Cruces, NM
  Lori DeLeeuw, Nancy Hallbauer, Chris Baeza, Deborah E. Welsh, Gary Sculli and Crystal Davis-Whited, USA
  Empirical studies in user experience of emergency systems
  Anacleto Correia, Maria Teodoro, Mário Simões-Marques and Isabel L. Nunes, Portugal 
Novel Approaches for Learning and Instruction II
Session 61
Wednesday July 19
13:30 - 15:30
Human Factors in Training, Education, and Learning Sciences
Santa Monica B
  Co-Chairs:  Mario Ribeiro and Aaron Manabat, Portugal/USA    
  High-level context information for tasks in teaching
  Renée Schulz, Ghislain Maurice Isabwe, Andreas Prinz and Takahiro Hara, Norway
  The positive effect of digital game based programming on students
  Ebru Yeniman Yildirim, Turkey
  Valuing of economic efficiency of university spin-offs: Case of Peter the Great St. Petersburg Polytechnic University
  Aleksandr Kozlov and Olga Miroliubova, Russian Federation
  Optimizing the teaching/learning experience in fashion education
  Mario Ribeiro and Ines Simoes, Portugal
  E-book accessibility evaluations
  Yuting Sun, Ryan Fritz, Laura Yorba, Aaron Manabat, Noam Katz and Kim-Phuong Vu, USA
  Participatory design of a multimedia product and cartoons for professionals and patients education to promote safety and quality of care
  Michela Tanzini, Elena Beleffi, Francesco Ranziniv and Sara Albolino, Italy
Advances in Simulation Based Training for Providers Interacting with Health Information Technology (HIT)
Session 62
Wednesday July 19
13:30 - 15:30
Human Side of Service Engineering/ Human Factors and Ergonomics in Healthcare
Santa Monica C
  Chair: Lukasz Mazur, USA  
  Improving procedural compliance of radiation oncology professionals using simulation-based training
  Lukasz Mazur, USA
  Utilizing the bio-design process to develop unique patient care environments
  Janene Fuerch and Louis Halamek, USA
  Manikins, fake blood and…eye trackers?  Combining human factors and simulation to improve medical processes
  Alberto Bonifacio, USA
  To assess relationship between workload, task demand and performance during physician-EHR interaction
  Prithima Mosaly, Fei Yu, Lukasz Mazur, Hua Guo, Derek Merck,David Laidlaw, Lawrence Marks and Javed Mostafa, USA
Training for Human-Machine Teams
Session 63
Wednesday July 19
13:30 - 15:30
Human Factors in Robots and Unmanned Systems
Santa Monica D
  Co-Chairs:  Charlene Stokes, Marissa McCoy and Monika Lohani, USA  
  Near-term assistive support from robots to humans in collaborative manufacturing
  Brian Scassellati, USA
  A motivation for co-adaptive human-robot interaction
  Caroline Harriott, USA
  An integration of cognitive task analysis results for situation awareness-focused training program development
  David Kaber, Rebecca Green and Manida Swangnetr, USA/Thailand
  The softer side of human-machine teaming
  Jonathan Gratch, USA
  Why we need to train with current autonomous systems
  Matthias Scheutz and Charlene Stokes, USA
Inclusive and Universal Design in Clothing, Footwear and Accessories
Session 64
Wednesday July 19
13:30 - 15:30
Design for Inclusion
Hollywood Ballroom
  Co-Chairs:  Miguel Carvalho and Pedro Arezes, Portugal  
  Sports-wear in wheelchair rugby: Establishing design needs
  Sara Braganca, James Steele, Simeon Gill, Miguel Carvalho and Pedro Arezes, UK/Portugal
  Anthropometric data collection of Portuguese children with over-weight and obesity
  Raquel de Campos, Miguel Carvalho, Carla Capelassi, Humberto Lopes and Bugao Xu, Portugal/USA
  Clothing comfort for the dependent elderly - Caregivers perspective
   Artemisia Caldas, Miguel Carvalho and Humberto Lopes, Portugal
  Haute couture and ergonomics
  Gianni Montagna, Sandra Sousa and Carla Morais, Portugal
  Main characteristics and anthropometrics of people with down syndrome – impact in garment design
  Rochelne Barboza, Miguel Carvalho, Fernando Ferreira and Bugao Xu, Portugal
Leadership Style and Safety Management
Session 65
Wednesday July 19
13:30 - 15:30
Human Factors in Management and Leadership
Beaudry B
  Co-Chairs:  John Celona and Aftab Ahmad, USA/Pakistan  
  Leadership and the role of information for innovation, security and knowledge based management
  Dobrinka Peicheva, Valentina Milenkova, Boris Manov and Denislav Peichev, Bulgaria
  Workplace stress assessment among managers of textile industries at developing countries: A case study from Pakistan
  Aftab Ahmad, Amjad Hussain, Mohammad Pervez Mughal, Nadeem Ahmad Mufti and M. Qaiser Saleem, Pakistan
  Research on enterprise personnel safety awareness based on Voronoi Diagram
  Xu Peng-Zhuo, Xuebo Chen, Li-juan Wu and Qiubai Sun, China
  The study of population evacuation problems
  Dapeng Li and Xuebo Chen, China
  Applying decision analysis to program management and leadership issues at the U.S. Veterans health administration
  John Celona, USA
  Modeling the security risk management process in higher education institutions to understand, explain and improve
  Per Gustafson, Sweden
  Assessing state of implementation of guidance into pharmaceutical quality management system using an industry survey and human – system interaction design analysis
  Peiyi Ko and Peter Calcott, USA
Human Factors, Software and Systems Engineering II
Session 66
Wednesday July 19
13:30 - 15:30
Human Factors, Software, and Systems Engineering
  Chair: Sigmund Schimanski, Germany    
  Usage-perspective development approach in the fuzzy front ends
  Sigmund Schimanski, Germany
  Human factors approach to study border control automation impacts and needs: Methodology and preliminary results of field studies
  Elise Le Guellec, Christine Megard, Gregore Havarneanu, Sonia Huguenin, Virginie Papillault,  Juliette Richoux and
  Sirra Toivonen, France/Finland
  Strategies to improve at-risk students’ learning and achievement: Undergraduate software engineering course case study
  Suad Al-Ramouni and Hisham Alkhawar, Saudi Arabia
  Bibliometric analysis of human factors research:  Intellectual structure and evolution
  Jingyi Wang and Wei Shan, China
  Body temperature monitoring system for slaughterhouse workers
  Saulo Güths, Victor Augusto dos Santos, Fabiano Takeda, Diogo Cunha dos Reis and Antonio Renato Pereira Moro, Brazil
  Building the knowledge-based system of machining supplier matching
 Shang-Liang Chen and Hoai-Nam Dinh, Taiwan
Advances in Computational Social Sciences
Session 67
Wednesday July 19
13:30 - 15:30
Human Factors and Simulation
Emerald Bay
  Chair:  Zining Yang, USA    
  How triangle structure in inter-firm human network affects bankruptcy evolution:  An agent-based simulation study with real and artificial data
  Shihan Wang, Mohsen Jafari Songhori, Shuang Chang and Takao Terano, Japan
  A preliminary study of human decision-making, risk attitude, and social preference on knowledge management with behavioral experiments and agent-based simulation
  Jessica Gu, Japan
  The agent-based agri-household micro-simulation platform and its application
  Xiangyu Wan, China
  Complex intelligence preparation of the battlefield: A behavioral space analysis of Sugarscape
  Piotr Zagorowski and Tom Pike, USA
  An agent-based approach on conditional deterrence
  Zining Yang, Kyungkook Kang and Jacek Kugler, USA
  Clientelism strategies in election: An agent based model on how political candidate employ vote buying in electoral campaign
  Domrongphol Sangmanee, Thailand
Human Factors and Game Design I
Session 68
Wednesday July 19
13:30 - 15:30
Human Factors and Game Design/ Ergonomics in Design
Santa Barbara C
  Co-Chairs:  Christianne Falcao and Wenjin Qin, Brazil/China    
  Framework for creating audio games for intelligent personal assistants
  Jose Ciccio and Luis Quesada, Costa Rica
  The implementation of acoustic in the game design:  Insight from the recently "onmyoji" phenomenon in China
  An Ran Feng, China
  Game design creative industry: An overview of the Porto Digital Project in Brazil
  Christianne Falcao, Carla Patricia Teixeira, Breno Jose Carvalho, Anthony Cunha Lins, Caroline de Souza and
  Caio Vinicius Monteiro, Brazil
  Voice-control as a new trend in games applications
  Wenjin Qin and Chunfu Li, China
  Game design for students: Teaching as a whole context
  Milton Luiz Horn Vieira, Andre Salomao, Flávio Andaló and Bruna Mendes, Brazil
  Prognostic evaluation instrument for selection of m-games in strategies of educational resources
  Rafael Dubiela and Stephania Padovani, Brazil
Human Performance in Healthcare and Medicine
Session 69
Wednesday July 19
13:30 - 15:30
Human Error, Reliability, Resilience, and Performance/ Human Factors and Medical Devices
San Bernardino
  Co-Chairs:  Matthew Weinger and Jawahar (Jay) Kalra, USA/Canada    
  Quality care and patient safety: Strategies to disclose medical errors
  Jawahar (Jay) Kalra and Ashish Kopargaonkar, Canada
  Error, reliability & resilience in health information technology
  Shilo Anders, Carrie Reale and Matthew Weinger, USA
  A novel human factors use of video-based framework analysis: Trauma resuscitation using in-situ simulation team training (TRUST)
  Mark Fan, Patricia Trbovich, Sonia Pinkney, Christopher Hicks, Kari White, Melissa McGowan, Alice Gray, Doug Campbell,
  Sandro Rizoli, Najma Ahmed and Andrew Petrosoniak, Canada
  Integrating safety climate with resilience engineering for advance occupational health and safety practices
  Udara Ranasinghe, Sri Lanka
Usability and User Experience I
Session 70
Wednesday July 19
13:30 - 15:30
Usability and User Experience
San Francisco
  Co-Chairs:  Josefina Gil and Thomas Strybel, USA    
Research on webpage interface design based on user experience
  Qingxing Qu and Vincent Duffy, China/USA
Beyond “usability and user experience,” towards an integrative heuristic inspection: From accessibility to persuasiveness in the user experience evaluation - a case study on an insurance prospecting (Tablet) application
  Josefina Gil, Eric Brangier and Laurent Cessat, France
Usability test in different types of control authority allocations for multi-operator single-robot system OCTOPUS
  Kui Chen, Mitsuhiro Kamezaki, Takahiro Katano, Taisei Kaneko, Kohga Azuma, Masatoshi Seki, Ken Ichiryu, Tatsuzo Ishida
  and Shigeki Sugano, Japan
A validation test of an accessibility evaluation method
  Yuting Sun, Kim-Phuong Vu and Thomas Strybel, USA
Introducing Lean-er UX: Getting the benefits of lean, with techniques your manager will actually let you use
  Everett McKay, USA
Panel: Human-Computer Symbiosis
Session 71
Wednesday July 19
13:30 - 15:30
Cognitive & Neuroergonomics
Beaudry A
  Chair:  Ryan McKendrick, USA  
  Human-computer symbiosis
  Ryan McKendrick, USA
  Facilitating transparency in semiautonomous human-machine systems
  Carryl Baldwin, USA
  Towards ubiquitous and continuous measurement of the neural function
  Hasan Ayaz, USA
  Super intelligent machines: Man’s evolution or extinction?
  Ewart de Visser, USA
  Refreshments 15:30 - 16:00        Room: California Ballroom
SESSION Wednesday, July 19  •  16:00 - 18:00
Design For Touch: Emotionally and Physically
Session 72
Wednesday July 19
16:00 - 18:00
Affective and Pleasurable Design
Santa Anita A
  Chair: Young Ae Kim, USA  
  Taking risks in a risk-averse society-engaging students, faculty, students and administrators in risk and accepting the consequences
  Bernard Canniffe, USA
  Creating effective and engaging interactive educational apps for early learners through emotional design
  Jeremy Swanston, USA
  The evolution of emoticons and their effectiveness in mobile mediated communications: Animated vs. non-animated Emoji use
  Young Ae Kim, Julie Ellingson, Joe Schaeffer and SooYeun Park, USA
  Emotion displays in public: A comparison between Asia and America
  Young Ae Kim, USA
  A study of romantic relationships of Thai women for jewelry design
  Nattapong Kongprasert, Kageeporn Wongpreedee and Porngarm Virutamasen, Thailand
Ergonomics in Clothing, Fashion and Footwear Design II
Session 73
Wednesday July 19
16:00 - 18:00
Ergonomics in Design
Santa Anita C
  Co-Chairs:  Miguel Carvalho and Pedro Arezes, Portugal  
  Human factors applied to the understanding of the importance of therapeutic clothing textiles for children with autism spectrum disorders
  Su-Jeong Shin and Kristi Gaines, USA
  Research on the body size of women in late pregnancy and the maternity clothing prototype
  Yuting Shang, China 
  All about fashion
  Hala Waznah, Saudi Arabia
  Ergonomic wearable garments and interface for childhood overweight and obesity reduction
  André Dias, Maria Pereira, Rui Miguel, José Lucas, Manuel Santos Silva and Nuno Garcia, India
Cognitive Ergonomics in Design
Session 74
Wednesday July 19
16:00 - 18:00
Ergonomics in Design
San Gabriel A
  Co-Chairs:  Hien Dang and Paulo Noriega, Taiwan/Portugal  
  The importance of physical elements and  their influences on users’ concentration of academic library
  Hien Dang and Wenzhi Chen, Taiwan
  Aerial surveillance: A theoretical comparison study on remote controlled aircrafts
  José Alberto Castañon, Wilian Amaral and Guilherme Brandão, Brazil
Human Factors and Employee Health
Session 75
Wednesday July 19
16:00 - 18:00
Human Factors and Ergonomics in Healthcare
San Gabriel B
  Co-Chairs:  Nancy Lightner and Vince Duffy, USA  
  Effect of walking upon fatigue due to monotonous work
  Kosuke Aramaki and Hiroshi Hagiwara, Japan
  Modeling self-determination in emotional labor: Stressful patient interactions, emotion regulation, and burnout in geriatric nursing
  Severin Hornung, Bettina Lampert, Matthias Weigl and Jürgen Glaser, Austria/Germany
  Assessment of postural analysis in a dialysis clinic
  Kira Chan, John Molina and Denise Ann Tirthdas, Philippines
  Most effective exercise load for burning body fat with aerobic exercise in young Japanese women
  Tamaki Mitsuno, Japan
  Gender difference and optimal carrying load limit for industrial workers
  Rohit Sharma, Kushal Kamboj, Purshottam Kumar and Jyoti Bhardwaj, India
  Influence of the traditional use of chumbi in lumbar weakness in women of Ecuadorian highlands
  Thalia San Antonio, Maria Naranjo, Anita Larrea, Maria Latta and Fernando Urrutia, Ecuador
  Analysis of risk for repetitive work using thermography sensory
  Alejandra García, Claudia Camargo, Jesús Olguín and J. Andrés López Barreras, Mexico
Ergonomics for People with Disabilities:  Social and Occupational Integration
Session 76
Wednesday July 19
16:00 - 18:00
Human Aspects of Advanced Manufacturing
San Gabriel C
  Chair:  Aleksandra Polak-Sopinska, Poland  
  Changes in maintenance management practices:  Standards and human factor
  Zbigniew Wisniewski and Artur Blaszczyk, Poland
  Workplace adjustments for people with disabilities. A case study of a research company. Part I - Barriers for people with disabilities
  Aleksandra Polak-Sopinska, Poland
  Workplace adjustments for people with disabilities. A case study of a research company. Part II - Adjustment recommendations
  Aleksandra Polak-Sopinska and Monika Owczarek, Poland
  Job creation for people with disabilities:  A case study of a concrete batching plant
  Aleksandra Polak-Sopinska, Magdalena Wrobel-Lachowska, Zbigniew Wisniewski and Piotr Sopinski, Poland
Human Factors and Safety
Session 77
Wednesday July 19
16:00 - 18:00
Safety Management and Human Factors
Santa Barbara A
  Chair:  Walter Eichendorf, Germany  
  Study on error-cognition mechanism of task interface in complex information system
  Xiaoli Wu, Jing Li and Yan Chen, China
  The design of alarm systems and alarm management – an empirical investigation from an ergonomic perspective
  Martina Bockelmann, Peter Nickel and Friedhelm Nachreiner, Germany
  Rolling out an ergonomics program in an international industrial group
  Jean Francois Thibault, France
  Effects of background music on visual lobe and visual search performance
  Lindong Yang and Ruifeng Yu, China
  A press-through package design similarity with in-painting technique
  Seitaro Suzuki and Masaomi Kimura, Japan
  Utilization of participatory ergonomics and socio-technical models to identify the risk factors of invasive medical technologies in non-clinical environments 
  Joshua Gray and Najm Meshkati, USA
  Assessment and comparison of human-robot co-work order picking systems focused on ergonomic factors
  Jooae Lee, Yoon Seok Chang and Yeong Hun Choe, Korea
Ergonomic Performance of Work Systems
Session 78
Wednesday July 19
16:00 - 18:00
Physical Ergonomics & Human Factors
Santa Barbara B
  Chair:  Pradip Kumar Ray, India  
  On ergonomic perception
  Özlem Kaya and Emine Koca, Turkey
  Postural analysis of face drilling operation in underground mines in India: A case study
  Rahul Mondal and Pradip Ray, India
  Work related musculoskeletal disorders (WRMSD) of construction workers and main causes
  Zenija Roja, Henrijs Kalkis, Inara Roja and Janis Zalkalns, Latvia
  Investigation of magnitude of work related musculoskeletal disorders for manual cotton spinning operation
  Vishwas Deshpande and Dhananjay Ikhar, India
  Formulation of field data base model of productivity for standalone sewing machine operation based on ergonomic considerations
  Vishwas Deshpande, Swapna Ghatole and Jayant Modak, India
Human-Machine Interaction II
Session 79
Wednesday July 19
16:00 - 18:00
Human Factors in Transportation - Road & Rail
  Co-Chairs:  Tobias Glohr and Jinitian Shi, Germany/China  
  How does awareness affect performance in an automotive dual task condition?
  Lee Skrypchuk, Alex Mouzakitis, Patrick Langdon and P. John Clarkson, UK
  Intelligent driving interface layout and design research
  Linghua Ran, Hong Luo, Yunhao Yan, Mengli Yu and Xin Zhang, China
  Human-machine interface design development for connected and cooperative vehicle features
  William Payre and Cyriel Diels, UK
  How does eye-gaze relate to gesture movement in an automotive pointing task?
  Bashar Ahmad, Patrick Langdon, Lee Skrypchuk and Simon Godsill, UK
  Determination of auditory stimuli for the auditory variant of the detection response task method
  Kristina Stojmenova and Jaka Sodnik, Slovenia
  Cognitive load assessment of tractor driver based on cognitive task workload model
  Yeqing Pei, Xiaoping Jin, Bowen Zheng, Haoyang Li, Zhenghe Song and Ling Luo, China
Driving Simulation and Test Track
Session 80
Wednesday July 19
16:00 - 18:00
Human Factors in Transportation - Road & Rail
  Co-Chairs:  James Brown and Aie Liu, UK/China  
  Motion sickness measurements for young male adults in vitality, endurance, profiles and sensitivity
  Aie Liu, Yan Li and Li Ding, China
  Modeling the real world using STISIM Drive® simulation software: A study contrasting high and low locality simulations
  Craig Allison, Katie Parnell, James Brown and Neville Stanton, UK
  Development a driving simulator:  Interfacing STISim3 with the controller area network of a Land Rover discovery sport
  James Brown and Neville Stanton, UK
  What driving abilities do racing video games stimulate? Rating the levels of realism that can be experienced in commercial racing video games
  Daniele Ruscio, Italy
  Multivariate differences in driver workload:  Test track versus on-road driving
  Jack Auflick, USA
Macroergonomics Solutions of Engineering Management Challenges I
Session 81
Wednesday July 19
16:00 - 18:00
Social & Occupational Ergonomics
Palos Verdes
  Co-Chairs:  Leszek Pacholski and Robert Waszkowski, Poland  
  How to make maintenance processes more efficient using lean tools?
  Anna Saniuk and Malgorzata Jasiulewicz-Kaczmarek, Poland
  One point lesson as a tool for work standardization and optimization - case study
  Jan Kaczmarek and Katarzyna Szwedzka, Poland
  Implementation of TPM methodology in worker fatigue management - a macro-ergonomic approach
  Marcin Butlewski, Grzegorz Dahlke, Milena Drzewiecka-Dahlke, Adam Górny and Leszek Pacholski, Poland
  Methodology of maturity level rating for macro-ergonomic system in area of sustainable development
  Leszek Pacholski and Marek Szczuka, Poland
  Spread page approach to document management
  Robert Waszkowski, Poland
  Classified document flow management
  Robert Waszkowski, Tadeusz Nowicki and Maciej Kiedrowicz, Poland
Ergonomics and Material Environment Design
Session 82
Wednesday July 19
16:00 - 18:00
Human Factors, Sustainable Urban Planning and Infrastructure 
San Pedro
  Co-Chairs:  Jerzy Charytonowicz and Anna Jaglarz, Poland  
  Child-friendly kindergarten bathrooms:  Design ideas
  Anna Jaglarz, Poland
  New challenges for the industrial architecture. Ergonomics on the edge a new era of it technology and deep learning
  Pawel Horn, Poland
  Parasitic architecture – theory and practice of the postmodern era
  Teresa Bardzinska-Bonenberg, Poland
Usability and User Experience II
Session 83
Wednesday July 19
16:00 - 18:00
Usability and User Experience
Santa Monica A
  Co-Chairs:  Stefano Filippi and Maximiliano Olivares, Italy/Chile  
  User experience (UX) evaluation based on interaction-related mental models
  Stefano Filippi and Daniela Barattin, Italy
  Introducing ‘Human-Centered Agile Workflow’ (HCAW) – An agile conception and development process model
  Leonhard Glomann, Germany
  Measuring user experience of using battery swapping station
  Fei-Hui Huang, Taiwan
  How screen magnification with and without word-wrapping affects the user experience of adults with low vision
  Elyse Hallett, Wayne Dick, Tom Jewett and Kim-Phuong Vu, USA
  Providing individual knowledge from students with autism and mild mental disability using computer interface
  Tugbagul Altan Akin and Mehmet Gokturk, Turkey
  Assessing information ergonomics in work by logging and heart rate variability
  Jussi Okkonen, Tomi Heimonen, Reijo Savolainen and Markku Turunen, Finland/USA
System Interaction in Mixed Reality Environments and Emergency Management
Session 84
Wednesday July 19
16:00 - 18:00
Human Factors and Systems Interaction
Santa Monica B
  Chair:  Isabel L. Nunes, Portugal  
  Augmented reality in support of disaster response
  Isabel L. Nunes, Raquel Lucas, Mário Simões-Marques and Nuno Correia, Portugal
  Virtual environments integrative design - From human-in-the-loop to bio-cyber-physical-systems
  Didier Fass and Franck Gechter, France
  Augmented system verification using automated testing
  Amir Schur and Mike Williams, USA
  Thermal manikin crus with thermal regulation characteristics research
  Lei Yun, Tian Yisheng, Tanqiu Li, Jiang Ke, Wen Lei and Ding Li, China
  Mid-air Hangeul input system
  Kyungjin Han and Jongweon Lee, Korea
  Improving the communication of emergency and disaster information using visual analytics
  Chittayong Surakitbanharn and David Ebert, USA
  An analysis on the visual depth perception and workload among young adults through virtual reality technology
  Maria Carmela Acosta, Marianne Joy Bautista and Dan Kenard Abriol, Philippines
Human Factors, Business Management and Society I
Session 85
Wednesday July 19
16:00 - 18:00
Human Factors, Business Management and Society 
Santa Monica C
  Co-Chairs:  Yumeng Bie and Florentin Popescu, USA/The Netherlands  
  Econometric modeling of time series bid-ask (Spread) for a sample of Chilean companies
  Ricardo Campos-Espinoza, Hanns De la Fuente-Mella and Gonzalo Farías, Chile
  The value analysis in the investment evaluation of innovative productions
  Galina Sycheva, Yulia Salnikova and Vasilyi Sychev, Russian Federation
  Airbnb in China: The impact of sharing economy on Chinese tourism
  Yumeng Bie, Jieyu Wang and Jingyu Wang, USA
  Comprehensive internationalization at Han University of Applied Sciences. Articulated institutional commitment
  Florentin Popescu, The Netherlands
  Corporate image management procedure. Application in Cuban companies
  Yoandra Negrón Martínez and Beatriz Pupo Guisado, Cuba
Multimedia and Virtual Reality in Learning Applications
Session 86
Wednesday July 19
16:00 - 18:00
Human Factors in Training, Education, and Learning Sciences
Santa Monica D
  Co-Chairs:  Thomas Alexander and Juan Cristobal Castro-Alonso, Germany/Chile    
  Emotional intelligence in VR – fostering empathy in teaching
  Vanessa Camilleri, Alexiei Dingli, Vince Briffa and Matthew Montebello, Malta 
  A children's interaction within a virtual reality environment for learning chemistry
  Ghislain Maurice Isabwe, Margrethe Moxnes, Marie Ristesund and Derek Woodgate, Norway
  Virtual tele-cooperation: Applying AR and VR for cooperative tele-maintenance and advanced distant learning
  Thomas Alexander, Alexander Ripkens, Claudius Pfendler, Martin Westhoven and Michael Kleiber, Germany
  Anatomy builder VR:  Applying a constructive learning method in the virtual reality canine skeletal system
  Jinsil  Seo, Brian Smith and Margaret Cook, USA
  Sign language trainer using leap motion
  Christian Feicán, Julio Cabrera, John Arévalo, Edy Ayala, Fernando Guerrero and Eduardo Pinos, Ecuador
  Study on competency modeling for high plateau airline pilots
  Qi Luo, China
Designing Better Healthcare Facilities: Integrating Lean Thinking into Architectural Design Process
Session 87
Wednesday July 19
16:00 - 18:00
Human Side of Service Engineering
Beaudry A
  Chair:  Kendra Johnson, USA  
  Using table-top simulation activities to explore operations in healthcare settings
  Kendra Johnson, USA
  Translating lean process to design solutions
  Mark Vaughan, USA
  Biomechanical analysis of healthcare professionals during two common procedures for neonatal resuscitation
  Nicole Yamada, Anil Kumar and Louis Halamek, USA
  Insights from Japanese government research program for service science
  Kazuyoshi Hidaka, Japan
 HFRUS in Maritime and Expeditionary Environments
Session 88
Wednesday July 19
16:00 - 18:00
Human Factors in Robots and Unmanned Systems
Beaudry B
  Co-Chairs:  Jacob Norris, Robert Gutzwiller and Jamie Lukos, USA  
  Human factors in military maritime and expeditionary settings:  Opportunity for autonomous systems
  Jacob Norris, USA
  Human robotic interaction: Investigating perceptions of trust
  Ericka Rovira, Richard Pak, Ning Wang and David Pynadath, USA
  Improving the "man" in unmanned systems: Consistency training for visual search behaviors improves performance
  Adam Biggs, USA
  U.S. Navy MK 18 unmanned underwater vehicle (UUV) systems: Automation and autonomy in the mine countermeasures (MCM) UUV cycle of use
  Maria Rodas, Ron Honaker and Heather Williams, USA
Cybersecurity Tools and Analytics I
Session 89
Wednesday July 19
16:00 - 18:00
Human Factors in Cybersecurity
  Co-Chairs:  Phillip Griffin and Ebru Cankaya, USA  
  Cybersecurity management through logging analytics
  Michael Muggler, Rekha Eshwarappa and Ebru Cankaya, USA
  Adaptive weak secrets for authenticated key exchange
  Phillip Griffin, USA
  Internet of things and distributed denial of service mitigation
  Fahad Al-Harby, Mohammed  AlSaudi Ali and Dyaa Motawa, Saudi Arabia
  Design methodology of BCP exercise for electric power systems based on Japan Electrotechnical Standards and Codes Committee Guideline
  Akihiro Tsuchiya, Tomomi Aoyama, Nyambayar Davaadorj, Yoshihiro Hashimoto and Ichiro Koshijima, Japan
  Optimizing phishing from a red team perspective:  A GOMS model approach to phishing effectiveness
  John Graham, USA
Methodology and Training in Design for Inclusion
Session 90
Wednesday July 19
16:00 - 18:00
Design for Inclusion
Hollywood Ballroom
  Co-Chairs:  Giuseppe Di Bucchianico and Young Mi Choi, Italy/USA    
  Design for all. The increasing dissemination of teaching experiences
  Giuseppe Di Bucchianico, Italy
  Challenges to teaching empathy in design
  Young Mi Choi, USA
  An exploration of designer-to-user relationship from a care-orientated perspective
  Ying Jiang, Timothy Joseph and Hua Dong, China
  Pedagogical framework for E-Learning:  A theory-based design framework
  Cristina Mimoso, Portugal
  Webquest and gamification as learning strategy in higher education: Pilot experiment using a learning object
  Rafael Dubiela, Vânia Ulbricht and Claudio da Silva, Brazil
Human Factors, Software and Systems Engineering III
Session 91
Wednesday July 19
16:00 - 18:00
Human Factors, Software, and Systems Engineering
Santa Barbara C
  Co-Chairs: Maria Lusky and Angelos Barmpoutis, Germany/USA    
  Software cost estimation for user-centered mobile app development in large enterprises
 Maria Lusky, Christoph Powilat and Stephan Böhm, Germany
  Assessing the effectiveness of emoticon-like scripting in computer programming
  Angelos Barmpoutis, Kim Huynh, Peter Ariet and Nicholas Saunders, USA
Adaptive interface combined with interface patterns in human factors
  Natalie Takahashi and Plinio Aquino, Jr., Brazil
A stochastic programming model for resource allocation with uncertainties and carbon emission constraints
  Wen Yang, Yanchun Pan and Xingyu Chen, China
Handling scenarios for a complex intersection crossing assistance system: A spatial-temporal approach
  Hycham Aboutaleb, France
Fuzzy analysis of synergistic collaboration of biserial and parallel servers with a common server
  Sameer Sharma, Deepak Gupta and Seema Sharma, India
Bridging Human Factors and Human Error
Session 92
Wednesday July 19
16:00 - 18:00
Human Error, Reliability, Resilience, and Performance
San Bernardino
  Co-Chairs:  Alice Salway and Jing Xing, Canada/USA    
  A literature study to explore empirically:   What is the scientific discipline of human factors and what makes it distinct from other related fields
  Karin Laumann, Martin Rasmussen and Ronald Boring, Norway/USA
  A systemic view of human factors: Connecting the domains through a human performance program
  Alice Salway, Lynda Hunter, Sean Smith and Kevin Lee, Canada
  Use of risk information to support NRC human factors license amendment reviews, inspections, and research
  Brian Green and Jing Xing, USA
  Task analysis as a cornerstone technique for human reliability analysis
  Claire Taylor, Norway
  Combination of human reliability analysis and task analysis in human factors engineering
  Jinggong Liu, Shiguang Deng, Xiufeng Tian, Xinwei Liu and Kunxiu Liu, China
  Improving barrier effectiveness using bow-tie analysis
  Dave Grattan, USA
  Integration of resilience engineering for advancing occupational health and safety in construction industry
  Sadith Ovitigala Vithanage Don, Sri Lanka
Cross-Cultural Design and Team Decision Making
Session 93
Wednesday July 19
16:00 - 18:00
Cross-Cultural Decision Making
San Francisco
  Co-Chairs:  Ronda Jenson and Arden Day, USA    
  Cultural and social determinants of working conditions in Europe
  Denis Coelho, Portugal
  Veterans in STEM:  Supporting the transition from military culture to the culture of college
  Ronda Jenson, Alexis Petri and Arden Day, USA
  Cross functional teamwork based innovation and leadership
  Martin Stein, USA
  New approach to decision making (DM)―evaluation of DM not by choice but preference of alternatives
  Atsuo Murata, Japan
  Nationalism, patriotism and multinational decision-making competence: Evidence from a situation judgment test
  Gerald Matthews, Lauren Reinerman-Jones, Grace Teo, Shawn Burke and David Scribner, USA
  Integrating an interdisciplinary experience into design education
  Tess Luna, USA
  Using a systemic approach to understand culture paradigm: Towards a holistic framework
  Hycham Aboutaleb, France
Human Factors Safety in Aviation and Aerospace II
Session 94
Wednesday July 19
16:00 - 18:00
Human Factors in Transportation - Aviation
Emerald Bay
Chair:  Elena Psyllou, UK  
Planning of general aviation pilots using interviews
  Elena Psyllou, Arnab Majumdar and Washington Ochieng, UK
Aerospace neuropsychology: Exploring the construct of psychological and cognitive interaction in the 100 most fatal civil aviation accidents through multidimensional scaling
  Andreas Nidos, Spyros Stavrakis Kontostavlos, Petros Roussos and Kostas Mylonas, Greece
The effect of cultural differences on risk mitigation in air traffic controller performance
  Caitlin Surakitbanharn and Steven Landry, USA
An interactive analysis of UAS sightings and near misses
  Michael Sawyer, USA

 Wednesday, July 19
Detailed Technical Program
  Thursday, July 20
Detailed Technical Program
  Friday, July 21
Detailed Technical Program

APD  Affective and Pleasurable Design
CN Cognitive & Neuroergonomics 
CCIoT Cognitive Computing and Internet of Things (IoT)
CCDM Cross-Cultural Decision Making
DI Design for Inclusion
DHMAO Digital Human Modeling and Applied Optimization
ED Ergonomics in Design
HERRP Human Error, Reliability, Resilience, and Performance 
HC Human Factors and Ergonomics in Healthcare
HFGD Human Factors and Game Design
HFMD Human Factors and Medical Devices
HFSIM Human Factors and Simulation
SYSI Human Factors and Systems Interaction
HFWT Human Factors and Wearable Technologies
HFCD Human Factors in Communication of Design
CYBER Human Factors in Cybersecurity
ENERGY Human Factors in Energy: Oil, Gas, Nuclear and Electric Power Industries
HFML Human Factors in Management and Leadership
HFRUS Human Factors in Robots and Unmanned Systems
SIPOR Human Factors in Sports, Injury Prevention and Outdoor Recreation 
TELS Human Factors in Training, Education, and Learning Sciences
HFBMS Human Factors, Business Management and Society 
HFSSE Human Factors, Software, and Systems Engineering
SUPI Human Factors, Sustainable Urban Planning and Infrastructure 
HSSE Human Side of Service Engineering
MFG  Human Aspects of Advanced Manufacturing
PEHF Physical Ergonomics & Human Factors
SMHF Safety Management and Human Factors
SOE Social & Occupational Ergonomics
AVI Human Factors in Transportation - Aviation
MAR Human Factors in Transportation - Maritime
RR Human Factors in Transportation - Road & Rail
UUE Usability and User Experience
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