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  • 28 Jan 2018 10:14 PM | Daisy Veitch (Administrator)

    We've been advised that if you have an abstract accepted for IEA 2018, please consider the following information for the preparation of the final paper :
    - Full papers are mandatory.
    - The length of the extended paper will be 4-6 pages.
    - The deadline for submission of the full paper will be April 30.
    - There will be no additional review of the final paper. If you think a paper really requires modifications, please contact the author directly.

  • 28 Jan 2018 10:12 PM | Daisy Veitch (Administrator)


    Planning for the IEA 2018 event is in full swing! 
    Clear your diaries, book your seats and reserve the date!
    We hit over 2000 pre-registrations and nearly 1500 abstract submissions!!

    We are looking forward to welcoming ergonomists from near and far in Florence, Italy, from 26 to 31 August 2018!

    Don’t miss the deadlines to save on the registration fees:

    February 12th, 2018
    Notification of Abstracts Acceptance

    April 30th, 2018
    Submission of Extended Papers

    To complete your Registration click here!

    Besides…
    IEA Federated Societies are entitled to discounted registration fees! 
    Find out with IEA Organizing Committee (iea2018@netcongresseducation.com)

    Follow us on the event website www.iea2018.org, on Facebook, on Linkedin.

    The Organizing Secretariat is at your disposal for any further information.

    Best Regards



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  • 18 Jan 2018 10:58 PM | Daisy Veitch (Administrator)

    Updated dates for IEA Conference to be held in Florence next year (26 - 30 August 2018).

     

    The extended dates for you to note in your diary are:

    Notification for Accepted Abstracts (12 February 2018)

    Submission of Extended Papers (30 April 2018)

    Registration fee early bird rate (before 30 April 2018)

     

    If you are submitting an extended paper, please refer to these style guidelines:

    https://www.springer.com/us/authors-editors/conference-proceedings/conference-proceedings-guidelines

     

    We look forward to seeing you there,

    Daisy Veitch and Sudhakar Rajulu (Co-chairs IEA TC-Anthropometry)

     


  • 11 Oct 2017 10:16 PM | Daisy Veitch (Administrator)

    IEA Conference to be held in Florence next year (26 - 30 August 2018).


    The extended dates for you to note in your diary are:


    Closing Call for Special Sessions, Workshops and Short Courses (16 October 2017)

    Closing Call for Abstracts and Symposia (30 November 2017)

    Closing Call for History and Stories of Human Factors

    (30 December 2018)


    Registration fee early bird rate (before 30 April 2018)

    We look forward to seeing you there,

    Daisy Veitch and Sudhakar Rajulu (Co-chairs IEA TC-Anthropometry)
  • 02 Jun 2016 8:02 AM | Daisy Veitch (Administrator)

    Posted on behalf of Juli Charland:

    This is a yearly symposium that has been held around the world since 1999. During this event, participants will benefit from interacting with core researchers as well as “top gun” users related to DHM domain to help detect ergonomics problem early in product and workstation design.  We believe that not only the researchers are going to be pleased with the DHM2016 program that we have put together but also the PRESENT or FUTURE users who wish to discover different ways of getting added values from Virtual Ergonomics or diversify their own practice: 30% of the presentations will be allocated to Industrial Applications of DHM/Virtual Ergonomics.

    Click here to view the final program: http://dhm2016.etsmtl.net/program

    Click here to register : http://dhm2016.etsmtl.net/registration

  • 31 May 2016 10:17 AM | Daisy Veitch (Administrator)

    The University of Queensland (UQ), Queensland University of Technology (QUT) and Griffith University welcomed today’s announcement that Brisbane will host the International Open Repositories Conference 26-30 June 2017 <http://or2017.net/>  at the Hilton Brisbane.

    The annual Open Repositories Conference brings together users and developers of open digital repository platforms from higher education, government, galleries, libraries, archives and museums. The Conference provides an interactive forum for delegates from around the world to come together and explore the global challenges and opportunities facing libraries and the broader scholarly information landscape.

    “There has never been a more exciting time for Australia to host this Conference as the issues around scholarly information, such as publishing and open access, directly play into Australia’s National Innovation and Science Agenda. Australia’s researchers and scholars are producing phenomenal work yet most of this isn’t being realised as commercial success due to systemic barriers, such as how research data is stored and accessed”, said Linda O’Brien, Pro Vice Chancellor, Information Services at Griffith University in response to the news of the successful bid.

    Ms O’Brien continued. “This announcement confirms what we already know - Australian universities are amongst the most innovative around the world and that Brisbane is a world-class conference destination.”

    Open Repositories 2017 will attract around 400 delegates and bring an estimated $1 million to the Queensland economy.

  • 19 May 2016 7:26 AM | Daisy Veitch (Administrator)

    Dear colleagues,

    Please note that submission deadline for the special issue on "3D Anthropometric Databases and Their Applications" has been postponed by one month to June 30, 2016. http://www.inderscience.com/info/ingeneral/cfp.php?id=3192

  • 25 Apr 2016 10:07 AM | Daisy Veitch (Administrator)

    What 'good' looks like!  Case studies on the applications and benefits of Human Factors/Ergonomics in many sectors and domains.

    http://www.ergonomics.org.uk/wp-content/uploads/2015/05/CIEHF-case-studies-FINAL-1.pdf


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