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 Thursday, July 20   •   8:00 - 10:00
Designing Affective and Pleasurable Design Interactions
Session 95
Thursday, July 20
8:00 - 10:00
Affective and Pleasurable Design /Usability and User Experience
Santa Anita A
  Co-Chairs:  Haruka Tanida and Masanari Toriba, Japan  
  Influence of individual fashion item images on the image of coordinates
  Miu Sato, Toshikazu Kato and Takashi Sakamoto, Japan
  Estimation of unconscious preference judgment with near-infrared spectroscopy
  Haruka Tanida and Toshikazu Kato, Japan
  Analysis of change in purchasing motivation by tone of product-recommendation agent in electronic commerce site
  Masanari Toriba and Toshikazu Kato Japan
  Interference thermal sensation simulation using visual and auditory stimuli
  Tatsuya Amano, Takashi Sakamoto, Toru Nakata and Toshikazu Kato, Japan
  Effectiveness of sense of value to physical exercise for enhancing motivation
  Hitoshi Urata, Toshikazu Kato and Takashi Sakamoto, Japan
  Research on attractive factors of city souvenir
  Ziheng Zhang, Wei Ding, Jianxin Cheng, Junnan Ye and Tengye Li, China
  Exploring of the barrier-free design for visual impairment in graphical user interface design
  Yilin Chai and Yin Cao, China
Social Media and Social Change
Session 96
Thursday, July 20
8:00 - 10:00
Cross-Cultural Decision Making
Santa Anita B
  Co-Chairs:  Mark Turner and Agnieszka Cybal-Michalska, UK/Poland    
  A cross-cultural comparison of the accuracy of personality judgements made through social media
  Mark Turner and Eeven Chin, UK
  Mobile commerce adoption on tablets in the world: A cross-cultural comparison of the website reputation on consumer loyalty
  Jean-Eric Pelet, Ekaterina Nemkova and Nathaniel Boso, France/UK
  Constructing a career as a determinant of career success in the globalizing society - on the need for pro-development and proactive behaviors of the subject
  Agnieszka Cybal-Michalska, Poland
  Autochthonous materials & traditional manufacturing methods: Analysis based on cultural and historical features
  Aline Souza, Rita Almendra and Lia Krucken, Brazil/Portugal
  Comparison of cross-cultural reactions to crisis events via language and emoticon use
  Samira Shaikh, Prasanna Lalingkar, Eliza Barach and Laurie Feldman, USA
  Geo-tagged social media data as a proxy for urban mobility
  Philipp Kats, Cheng Qian, Sergey Malinchik, Mark Hoffman, Brian Kettler, Constantine Kontokosta and Stanislav Sobolevsky,
Human-Autonomy Teaming
Session 97
Thursday, July 20
8:00 - 10:00
Cognitive & Neuroergonomics 
Santa Anita C
  Chair:  Kim Vu, USA  
  Human-autonomy teaming: Symposium introduction
  Kim-Phuong Vu, USA
  Why human-autonomy teaming?
  R. Jay Shively, Joel Lachter, Summer Brandt, Michael Matessa, Vernol Battiste and Walter Johnson, USA
  A human-autonomy teaming approach for a flight-following task
  Summer Brandt, Joel Lachter, Ricky Russell and R. Jay Shively, USA
  Measuring the effectiveness of human automation teaming
  Thomas Strybel, Jillian Keeler, Natassia Mattoon, Armando Alvarez, Vanui Barakezyan, Edward Barraza, James Park,
  Kim-Phuong Vu and Vernol Battiste, USA
  Beyond point design: General pattern to specific implementations
  Joel Lachter, Summer Brandt, Garrett Sadler and R. Jay Shively, USA
  Using a crew resource management framework to develop human-autonomy teaming measures
  Michael Matessa, USA
Physical Ergonomics and Human Factors
Session 98
Thursday, July 20
8:00 - 10:00
Physical Ergonomics & Human Factors
San Gabriel A
  Co-Chairs:  Yanbin Wu and Gonca Bumin, Japan/Turkey  
  Exercise reminder software for office workers
  Ahsen Irmak and Gonca Bumin, Turkey
  Heart rate based evaluation of operator fatigue and its effect on performance during pipeline work
  Yanbin Wu, Takashi Miwa and Makoto Uchida, Japan
  Assessment of heat stress impacts on construction workers: A South African exploratory study
  Katlane Seema and Clinton Aigbavboa, South Africa
  The effect of head posture on functioning of entire body
  Yousefi Ha, Bumkyoo Choi and Yasushi Mitani, South Korea/Japan
  Human factors engineering effects on cost and productivity
  Salah Elshourbagy and Jaber Alothman, Saudi Arabia
  Basic calculation of metabolic exergy of block-laying activity in an outdoor environment in Ogun State, Nigeria
  Adekunle Musa, Nigeria
Building Design
Session 99
Thursday, July 20
8:00 - 10:00
Ergonomics in Design
San Gabriel B
  Co-Chairs:  John Smallwood and Amilton Arruda, South Africa/Brazil  
The constructive advantages of Buckminster Fuller's geodesic domes and their relationship to the built environment ergonomics
  Theska Laila Freitas, Amilton José Arruda, Edna Moura and Justino Barbosa, Brazil
  An ergonomic design of senior high school science laboratories in the Philippines
  Pauline Hannah Dizon, Jerielle Trini Santiago, Mary Agnes Espina and Melen Tamayao, Philippines
Human Factors in the Healthcare Environment
Session 100
Thursday, July 20
8:00 - 10:00
Human Factors and Ergonomics in Healthcare
San Gabriel C
  Co-Chairs:  Michael Greene and Nancy Johnson, USA  
Operating room layout configuration: A tool to improve staff experience, performance, and efficiency
  Sara Bayramzadeh, Anjali Joseph and Herminia Machry, USA
  Increasing patient safety through resilient design: Using human factors engineering and environmental support mechanisms to reduce potentials of hospital acquired infection
  Lisa Sundahl Platt and Michael Greene, USA
  An ergonomic evaluation of preoperative and postoperative workspaces in ambulatory surgery centers
  Deborah Wingler, Anjali Joseph and Rutali Joshi, USA
  Neuro-dynamic and semantic evidence for uncertainty within healthcare teams during simulation training
  Ann Willemsen-Dunlap, Ronald Stevens, Trysha Galloway, Jamie Gorman and Donald Halpin, USA
  Human factors evaluation of hand hygiene compliance in a healthcare setting
  Mark Garibaldi, Nancy Johnson and Carolyn Brown, USA
  Hospital store room usability issues: Diagnosis of institutional illness
  Gavin Bailey and Katherine Plant, UK
  The relationship between architectural design and visitor behavior in internal medicine ward corridors
  Lusi Morhayim, Israel
Human Factors and Ergonomics in Textile Manufacturing
Session 101
Thursday, July 20
8:00 - 10:00
Human Aspects of Advanced Manufacturing
Santa Barbara A
  Co-Chairs:  Hiroyuki Hamada and Akihiko Goto, Japan  
  Decision-making procedure for the reproduction of ancient Japanese braids
  Masumi Tada, Hiroyuki Hamada, Makiko Tada and Masahito Ueda, Japan
  Development of manufacturing techniques by hand for non-straight braids
  Yuko Yoshida, Makiko Tada and Tadashi Uozumi, Japan
  Structure and strength of traditional Japanese woven band, Sanada-Himo
  Tamaki Takagi and Asami Nakai, Japan
  Color recognition of students observed during braid making 
  Akinori Shimodaira and Hiroyuki Hamada, Japan
  Teaching method of technique to make the braiding
  Akiko Kimura, Makiko Tada, Tadashi Uozumi and Akihiko Goto, Japan
  Investigation of evaluation method for braiding strings
  Mayako Kikuchi, Akio Ohtani and Makiko Tada, Japan 
Risk Prevention and Assessment I
Session 102
Thursday, July 20
8:00 - 10:00
Safety Management and Human Factors
Santa Barbara B
  Co-Chairs:  Janusz Rymaniak and Michael Vredenburgh, Poland/USA  
  Investigation of human's evacuation behavior in multi-ethnics jumping-off of China
  Lin Luo and Yang Lizhong, China
  Risk communication for consumer products
  Ilene Zackowitz, Meriel Bench, Alison Vredenburgh and Michael Vredenburgh, USA
  Lessons learned from analysis of Los Frailes tailing dam failure
  Mohammad Shahriari and Mehmet Aydin, Turkey
  Work automation and psychophysical hazards in employees' opinion
 Janusz Rymaniak and Lis Katarzyna, Poland
  Is it smart to use smartphones to measure illuminance for occupational health and safety purposes?
  Diogo Cerqueira, Filipa Carvalho and Rui Melo, Portugal
  Analysis of competencies for decision crisis management in actions under progressive stress: A simulated case
   Ivone Cerqueira, Salvador Avila Filho, Antônio Silva, Cristiane Fragoso, Renê Pimentel and Caroline Massolino, Brazil
  Development of child climbing behavior video database
 Mikiko Oono, Koji Kitamura and Yoshifumi Nishida, Japan
Anthropometric Measurement and Ergonomic Modeling
Session 103
Thursday, July 20
8:00 - 10:00
Physical Ergonomics & Human Factors
Santa Barbara C
  Co-Chairs:  Yu-Chi Lee and Ahamed Altaboli, Singapore/Libya  
  A pilot study of gender difference on anthropometric measurements in Singapore population
  Yu-Chi Lee, Chun-Hsien Chen and Li-Pheng Khoo, Singapore
  Anthropometric evaluation of the design of the classroom desk for the eighth and ninth grades of Benghazi schools
  Ahamed Altaboli, Naija Nawras, Ahmed Mahdi, Hanin Alzardomi, Mohammed Alyseri and Mhammed Alkendi, Libya
  An artificial neural network model to predict anthropometric dimensions for Saudi males
  Waleed Basuliman, Saudi Arabia
  Digital human modeling tools and design methods for ergonomic analysis of workstation in automotive cluster
  Lidia Ghibaudo, Stefania Spada, Fabrizio Sessa and Danila Germanà, Italy
  A simple predictive method to ergonomically assess and select sizes for school furniture
  Sutanit Puttapanom, Thailand
  Effects of seat cushion contour on biomechanics and comfort during seated work
  Wenhua Li, Jianjie Chu, Bingchen Gou and Suihuai Yu, China
Human-Machine Interaction III
Session 104
Thursday, July 20
8:00 - 10:00
Human Factors in Transportation - Road & Rail
Santa Monica A
  Co-Chairs: Patrick Langdon and Izza Anwer, UK  
  Perceptions towards the use of intelligent transport system technologies by earthquake victims
  Izza Anwer and Susan Grant-Muller, UK/Pakistan
  Blind driving using auditory feedback with a steering-based predictor algorithm
  Pavlo Bazilinskyy, Charles Beaumont, Xander Van der Geest, Reinier De Jonge, Koen Van der Kroft and Joost de Winter,
  The Netherlands
  Using interior design principles to improve the user's perception of vehicle interiors:  A study on visual parameters
  Susan Shaw and Claudia Escobar, USA
  Possibility of automobile seat evaluation with seat fidgets and movements
  Junya Tatsuno, Setsuo Maeda, George Sammonds and Neil Mansfield, Japan/UK
Macroergonomics Solutions of Engineering Management Challenges II
Session 105
Thursday, July 20
8:00 - 10:00
Social & Occupational Ergonomics
Palos Verdes
  Co-Chairs:  Leszek Pacholski and Robert Waszkowski, Poland  
  The use of IT technologies in the development of employees
 Jerzy Olszewski and Alicja Rytelewska, Poland
  Research methods of utility of smartphones in mobile telecare
 Wiesław Grzybowski, Adam Minkowski and Jerzy Olszewski, Poland
  Total quality management in the improvement of work environment  - conditions of ergonomics
  Adam Górny, Poland
  Improvement of interactive products based on an algorithm minimizing information gap
    Małgorzata Sławińska and Ewa Więcek-Janka, Poland
Diagram process as a tool to improve communication process inside a company – case study
  Maciej Siemieniak, Poland
  Optimization of agricultural tractor mufflers noise level:  A finite element method approach
  Naveen Kumar and Virendra Kumar Tewari, India
User-Centered Design and Human Computer Interaction
Session 106
Thursday, July 20
8:00 - 10:00
Usability and User Experience
San Pedro
  Co-Chairs:  Tiziano Bernard and Claas Digmayer, USA/Germany  
  Not ready for Industry 4.0:  Usability of CAx systems
 Eva-Maria Jakobs, Claas Digmayer, Sara Vogelsang and Michael Servos, Germany
  Designing the remote aerodrome flight information service systems interface base on human centered design approach
  Satoru Inoue, Kazuhiko Yamazaki and Yuto Fukuchi, Japan
  Understanding the international space station crew perspective following long duration missions through data analytics and visualization of crew feedback 
  Cody Bryant, Susan Schuh, Nicole Schoenstein and David Meza, USA
  The relationship between the severity of usability problems and user skin conductance levels during human-computer interactions
  Chuan Wang and Linghua Ran, China
  From healthcare to human-computer interaction: Using framework analysis within qualitative inquiry
  Ger Joyce, Mariana Lilley, Trevor Barker and Amanda Jefferies, UK
  A study to improve interaction between children and the elderly through interactive multimedia museum websites
  Yidan Men, China
  The virtual employment test bed: An immersive synthetic environment allows engineers to test and evaluate material solutions
  Robert DeMarco, Gordon Cooke, Gladstone Reid and Elizabeth Mezzacappa, USA
Injury Prevention and Analysis of Individual and Team Sports
Session 107
Thursday, July 20
8:00 - 10:00
Human Factors in Sports, Injury Prevention and Outdoor Recreation 
Santa Monica B
  Chair:  Roman Kalina, Poland  
  Safe fall technique, avoiding collision and fun forms of martial arts elementary methods prophylactic and therapeutic agonology for all
  Roman Kalina, Poland
  Design of a secure biofeedback digital system (BFS) using a 33-step training table for cardio equipment
  Xiaokun Yang and Nansong Wu, USA
  Ergonomics in sports and exercise: Biomechanics of performance and safety
  Behice Durgun, Turkey
  Mixed assessment of agonology as the primary means of defence against intellectual violence and to extend mental health and social health
  Roman Kalina and Bartłomiej Barczyński, Poland
  Blast performance of a demining footwear: Numerical and experimental trials on frangible leg model and injury modeling
  Mehmet Karahan and Nevin Karahan, Turkey
  Risk of injuries caused by fall of people differing in age, sex, health and motor experience
  Roman Kalina and Dariusz Mosler, Poland
  A real-time feedback navigation system design for visually impaired swimmers
  Ze En Chien, Chien-Hsu Chen, Fong-Gong Wu, Nien-Pu Lin, Tong Hsieh and Tzu Hsuan Hong, Malaysia
System Interaction in Industry
Session 108
Thursday, July 20
8:00 - 10:00
Human Factors and Systems Interaction
Santa Monica C
  Co-Chairs:  Wei Zhang and Anne Reimer, USA/Germany   
Operators working with transmission flexibility: Enhancing utility control rooms with dynamic line rating technique
  Wei Zhang, Katya Le Blanc, Jake Gentle and Timothy McJunkin, USA
  An approach for the integration of non-ergonomic work design as a new type of waste in lean production systems
  Uwe Dombrowski, Anne Reimer and Jonas Wullbrandt, Germany
  A novel concept for a collaborative dash-boarding framework
  Sebastian Schöffel, Johannes Schwank and Greg Weibell, Germany
  Group characteristics and task accuracy in distributed remote user controlled manufacturing as collaborative environment
  Vesna Spasojevic Brkic, Zorica Veljkovic, Goran Putnik, Vaibhav Shah and Ahmed Essdai, Serbia
  The use of context aware pervasive systems in the area of human factors and ergonomics
  Beza Mamo, Ethiopia
  Learning the “language” of road users - how shall a self-driving car convey its intention to cooperate to other human drivers?
  Nina Kauffmann, Frederik Naujoks and Franz Winkler, Germany
Training Applications in Military and Operational Environments
Session 109
Thursday, July 20
8:00 - 10:00
Human Factors in Training, Education, and Learning Sciences
Santa Monica D
  Co-Chairs:  Thomas Alexander and Tetsuo Kikuchi, Germany/Japan  
  Evaluating the learning value of enhanced ePubs for the army
  Annie Hester and Curtis Archuleta, USA
  Development of hand lay-up robot reproducing skilled molding techniques of composite materials
  Tetsuo Kikuchi, Japan
  State of information and communication technology usage in the training of construction students in Ghanaian polytechnics
  Simon Ametepey, Clinton Aigbavboa and Samuel Ansah, Ghana
  Using trainee’s cognitive state to understand why suboptimal decision performance occurs: Preliminary validation of the cognitive alignment with performance targeted training intervention model (CAPTTIM)
  Quinn Kennedy, USA
  Methods and means for the in-house training of mining machine operators
  Vladimir Velikanov, Azat Abdrakhmanov, and Natalja Dyorina, Russia
  Transforming a gender specific training device to address a critical medical training gap
  Angela Alban, Edward Stadler and Teresita Sotomayor, USA
Innovations in Quality and Safety Practices in Health Care Systems
Session 110
Thursday, July 20
8:00 - 10:00
Human Side of Service Engineering
Beaudry A
  Co-Chairs: Alison Amos and Gregg Tracton, USA  
  Building a robust treatment delivery system by balancing the reliability of “safety” processes with workload
  Trevor Thompson, Gregg Tracton, Thomas Howell, Prithima Mosaly and Lukasz Mazur, USA
  Improving quality and safety in radiation oncology
  Lawrence Marks and Bhisham Chera, USA
  Validation of quality assessment tool for A3 thinking-based improvement projects
  Alison Amos, Kinley Taylor, Kendra Johnson and Lukasz Mazur, USA
  Alarm management: A systems approach to patient safety
  Vinaya Sebastian and Carolyn Brown, USA
  How is the quality of life in patients with cerebral palsy improved? Qualitative and quantitative evaluation of a communication and learning assistance system based on ICTs
  Jonnathan Berrezueta, Vladimir Robles-Bykbaev and Luis Serpa-Andrade, Ecuador
Human Factors and Cultural Considerations for Wearable Robotics
Session 111
Thursday, July 20
8:00 - 10:00
Human Factors in Robots and Unmanned Systems
Beaudry B
  Co-Chairs:  Angela Boynton and Jennifer Neugebauer,  USA   
  Form, fit, function. Human-in-the-loop development of wearable robotic exo-suits
  Kathleen O'Donnell, Danielle Ryan, Brendan Quinlivan, Taylor Greenberg Goldy, Vanessa Sanchez, Dmitry Popov,
  Yu Meng Zhou and Conor Walsh, USA
  Human factors in exoskeleton design: 10 years in at Ekso bionics
  Kurt Amundson, USA
  Optimization of actuation parameters for ankle exoskeletons:  Comparison of results with different exoskeletons and exo-suits
  Philippe Malcolm, USA
  Users’ trust in automation: A cultural perspective
  Hsiao-Ying Huang and Masooda Bashir, USA
  Prosthetic and exoskeleton controllers must choose between fundamentally controlling positions or forces. How do we know what the user wants?
  Max Shepherd, USA
Privacy and Cultural Factors in Cybersecurity
Session 112
Thursday, July 20
8:00 - 10:00
Human Factors in Cybersecurity
  Co-Chairs:  Scott Cadzow and Wayne Patterson, UK/USA  
  Preserving dignity, maintaining security and acting ethically
  Scott Cadzow, UK
  The gender Turing test
  Wayne Patterson, USA
  Users’ attitudes towards the “going dark” debate
  Aseel Addawood and Masooda Bashir, USA
  Do you really trust “privacy policy” or “terms of use” agreements without reading them?
  Abbas Moallem, USA
  Authenticity identification and forensic study of email
  Guocheng Pu and Yonghao Mai, China
Human Dimension and Visualization for Cybersecurity
Session 113
Thursday, July 20
8:00 - 10:00
Human Factors and Simulation /Human Factors in Cybersecurity
San Bernardino
  Co-Chairs:  Char Sample and Johan de Heer, USA/The Netherlands  
  Human behavior analytics from Microworlds:  The cyber security game
  Johan de Heer and Pap Porskamp, The Netherlands
  Culture + cyber: Exploring the relationship
  Char Sample,  Jennifer Cowley, Steve Hutchinson and Jonathan Bakdash, USA
  Exploring 3D cybersecurity visualization with the Microsoft HoloLens
  Jason Youzwak, Paul Toliver, Steve Beitzel and Josiah Dykstra, USA
  Dynamic online model fitting to predict attacker actions
  Vladislav Veksler and Norbou Buchler, USA
Human Factors and Game Design II
Session 114
Thursday, July 20
8:00 - 10:00
Human Factors and Game Design /Ergonomics in Design
Emerald Bay
  Co-Chairs:  Peter Rasche and Christianne Falcao, Germany/Brazil  
  Study with fun: Development of a game-based & haptically enhanced application for the visually impaired
  Anirudh Juloori, Yueqing Li and Weihang Zhu, USA
  Evaluating the UX of a VR game using a mixed methodology
  Francimar Maciel, Taynah Miyagawa, Paulo Melo and Marcos De Souza Muniz, Brazil
  Interaction evaluation methods for game controllers of digital games developed for children with Down syndrome: A review of the literature
  Lizie Nascimento, Laura Martins, Marilene Calderaro da Silva Munguba and Windson Viana de Carvalho, Brazil
  Pokémon Go – An empirical user experience study
  Peter Rasche, Anna Schlomann, Katharina Schäfer, Matthias Wille, Christina Bröhl, Sabine Theis and Alexander Mertens,
  What distinguishes a traditional gaming experience from one in virtual reality? An exploratory study
  Federica Pallavicini, Ambra Ferrari, Andrea Zini, Giacomo Garcea, Andrea Zanacchi, Gabriele Barone and
  Fabrizia Mantovani, Italy
  Audio games hub -  games for the visually impaired
  Jaroslaw Beksa and Philip Carter, New Zealand
Safety Management and Loss Prevention I
Session 115
Thursday, July 20
8:00 - 10:00
Safety Management and Human Factors
San Francisco
  Co-Chairs:  Manikam Pillay and Anna Nagyova, Australia/Slovakia  
  Implementation proposal of OH&S management system according to the standard ISO/DIS 45001
  Anna Nagyova, Michaela Balazikova, Stefan Markulik, Hana Pacaiova and Juraj Sinay, Slovakia
  Dealing with the role of people in barrier management systems
  Ron McLeod, Scotland
  Assessing the safety use of tower cranes on construction sites in central region of Ghana
  Emmanuel Bamfo-Agyei and Lawrence Atepor, Ghana
  Preliminary study on occupational safety parameters with content validity index method in India
  Arshveer Singh Brar, Jobanveer Singh Brar and Vikramjit Singh, India
Ergonomics Design and Evaluation II
Session 116
Thursday, July 20
8:00 - 10:00
Ergonomics in Design
Hollywood Ballroom
Co-Chairs:  Namrata Charpe and José Vincente, India/Portugal  
Sustainable product design in the wood furniture sector
  José Vicente, Rui Frazão and Fernando Moreira da Silva, Portugal
Ergonomics in the design process - study of adaptability of evolutive high chairs
  Cristina Salvador, Portugal
Evaluation of macro-ergonomic methods for the application of organizational analyzes in startups
  Luiza Silva, Elton Nickel and Flavio A. N.  Santos, Brazil
New concepts in flexible packaging
  Álvaro Sampaio, Cátia Silva, André Lima, André Fernandes and António Pontes, Portugal
  User-chair Fit Index (FUCI): An ergonomic evaluation tool for user-chair compatibility
  Namrata Charpe, India
Cultural and creative elements of digital technology art and product design
  Lung-Wen Kuo and Chih-Chun Lai, Taiwan
  Refreshments 10:00 - 10:30    •     Room: California Ballroom
SESSION Thursday, July 20    •   10:30 - 12:30
Product Development and Design Process
Session 117
Thursday, July 20
10:30 - 12:30
Affective and Pleasurable Design
Santa Anita A
  Co-Chairs:  Cliff Shin and Amic Ho, USA/Hong Kong  
  Case study: Application of online services and social platforms as an effective tool in the classroom and its impact on industrial design education
  Jose Rivera-Chang, USA
  Exploring two design processes: Slow and fast
  Cliff Shin and Joyce Thomas, USA
  Design changing a tradition product in a contemporary way
  Isabel Bieger, Cristina Carvalho and Gianni Montagna, Portugal
  Analysis of emotion and cultural background on affective design process
  Amic Ho, Hong Kong
  Design and validation of affective warning pictorials on alcohol container labels
  Waratta Authayarat, Papawee Kasornsuwan and Arisara Jiamsanguanwong, Thailand
  Rematerializing the user interface of a digitized toy through tokens: A comparative user study with children aged five to six
  Marieke Van Camp, Lukas Van Campenhout and Guido De Bruyne, Belgium 
Aviation and Aerospace:  Situational Awareness and Communications
Session 118
Thursday, July 20
10:30 - 12:30
Human Factors in Transportation - Aviation
Santa Anita B
  Chair:  Neville Stanton, UK  
  HMIM: A method to study the information and control flow exchange in the flight deck
  Yiyuan Zheng, Yanyu Lu, Yuwen Jie and Shan Fu, China
  Exploring situation awareness compatibility in different users of the aviation system
  Katherine Plant and Neville Stanton, UK
Communication at risk in the cockpit: Human factors and the ICAO language proficiency program
  Simon Cookson, Japan
  Analyzing positive and negative effects of salience in air traffic control tasks
  Haruka Yoshida, Satoru Inoue, Hisae Aoyama and Kazuo Furuta, Japan
Modeling and Simulation: Optimization, Analysis and Scheduling 
Session 119
Thursday, July 20
10:30 - 12:30
Digital Human Modeling and Applied Optimization /Human Factors and Simulation
Santa Anita C
  Chair:  Doina Bein, USA  
  A comparison between physical and virtual experiments of convective heat transfer between head and bicycle helmet
  Shriram Mukunthan, Kalev Kuklane, Toon Huysmans and Guido De Bruyne, Belgium
  A combined statistical shape model of the scalp and skull of the human head
  Femke Danckaers, Daniël Lacko, Stijn Verwulgen, Guido De Bruyne, Toon Huysmans and Jan Sijbers, Belgium
  Improved motion capture processing for high-fidelity human models using optimization-based prediction of posture and anthropometry
  Anna Seydel, Kimberly Farrell, Ross Johnson, Timothy Marler, Salam Rahmatalla, Rajan Bhatt and Karim Abdel-Malek, USA
  Finding the maximal day-time dependent component of a subway system
  Marian Sorin Nistor, Doina Bein, Horia Nicolai Teodorescu and Stefan Pickl, Germany/USA
  The research of manipulability analysis based on immersive virtual maintenance technology
  Wei Zhang, Wei Wang and Weijia Feng, China
  Biometric identification through eye-movement patterns
  Akram Bayat and Marc Pomplun, USA
Assistive Technology III
Session 120
Thursday, July 20
10:30 - 12:30
Ergonomics in Design
San Gabriel A
  Co-Chairs:  Maria Lucia Okimoto and Henrique Simas, Brazil  
Contribution to the design of hospital bed:  Systematic for surveying the design requirements and functional requirements for synthesis of mechanism
  Daniel Martins, Henrique Simas, Elias Maletz and Rodrigo Pereira Barreto, Brazil
  Ergonomic aspects in the redesign of a child's inclusive textbook
  Fernanda Domingues and Laís Licheski, Brazil
  A descriptive study on the influence of wheelchair design and movement trajectory on the upper limbs’ joint angles
  Guilherme Bertolaccini, Frode Sandnes, Idinei Carvalho Filho, Luis Paschoarelli and Fausto Medola, Brazil/Norway
  Ergonomic evaluation of human-computer interfaces through the ergonomic aspects of Scarpin and Bastien
  Marly de Menezes Gonçalves, Ricardo Bontempo, Marcelo Falco de Deus and Carlos Augusto Gottsfritz Fernandes, Brazil
Interaction and Interface Design
Session 121
Thursday, July 20
10:30 - 12:30
Ergonomics in Design
San Gabriel B
  Co-Chairs:  Fernando Moreira da Silva and Marco Neves, Portugal  
  The effect of font type on character legibility for different age groups
  Yunqian Zhao, Li Ding, Linghua Ran and Yan Li, China
  Drivers dialogue analysis for innovative vehicle design
  Claudio Germak, Joseph Giacomin and Luca Giuliano, Italy
  A story of mis-encounters: Graphic design and the production of digital interaction
  Marco Neves, Portugal
  The influence of different style of icons on users’ visual search in touch screen interface
  Tianyang Xi and Xiaoli Wu, China
  Techniques for managing stale mission information through card-based user interfaces
  Erika Von Kelsch, Stephanie Kane and Chris Muller, USA
  Charles Morris’s theoretical model as the basis for the creation of pictographic sign systems, coherent in form and meaning
  Carlos Rosa, Portugal
Human Factors and Ergonomics in Healthcare Systems Design
Session 122
Thursday, July 20
10:30 - 12:30
Human Factors and Ergonomics in Healthcare
San Gabriel C
  Chair:  Pradip Kumar Ray, India  
  Medical tourism and  hazard analysis in healthcare systems in India: A case study
  Bela Das, India
  DesignX in the emergency department: Requirements of a digital antibiogram
  Isaac Fehr, Lars Mueller and Eliah Aronoff-Spencer, USA
Lessons learned with the implementation of a specialized health care network in the municipality of Porto Alegre
  Anna Luiza Coutinho and Werner Leyh, Brazil
  Operational efficiency analysis of public hospital systems of India: Application of data envelopment analysis
  Abhik Patra and Pradip Ray, India
  Video task analysis of primary care in emergency department of hospital in India
  Sanjeet Kumar and Pradip Ray, India
  Mathematical modelling of human energy consumption during hand arm vibration in drilling operation for male and female operator
  Chandrashekhar Mohod and Ashish Mahalle, India
Human Factors in Contemporary Technology Systems I
Session 123
Thursday, July 20
10:30 - 12:30
Human Aspects of Advanced Manufacturing
Santa Barbara A
  Co-Chairs:  Richard French and Tamaki Takagi, UK/Japan  
Advanced real-time weld monitoring evaluation demonstrated with comparisons of manual and robotic TIG welding used in critical nuclear industry fabrication
  Richard French, Hector Marin-Reyes and Michalis Benakis, UK
  Applying ANN and SVM to the identification of control chart patterns for a multivariate SPC/EPC manufacturing process
  Yuehjen Shao and Yu-Ting Hu, Taiwan
  Predicting human cycle times in robot assisted assembly
  Henning Petruck and Alexander Mertens, Germany
  Age-differentiated analysis of the influence of introduction methods on learning sensorimotor tasks
    Francoise Kuhlenbäumer, Philipp Przybysz and Susanne Mütze-Niewöhner, Germany
  Development and characterization of hybrid composites from textile waste
  Mehmet Karahan, Nevin Karahan and Yasir Navib, Turkey
  Decision making framework using interpretative structural modelling (ISM) and SHP methods for implementing reverse logistics: A case study of automotive components manufacturing industry
  Srivathsan Anandan, D. Sughosh and Sedhuraman Jayakumar Mathiravedu, India
Risk Prevention and Assessment II
Session 124
Thursday, July 20
10:30 - 12:30
Safety Management and Human Factors
Santa Barbara B
  Co-Chairs:  Jeongseok Song and Mariel Bench, Korea/USA  
  The stamp analysis of the HANMI short selling episode
  Jeongseok Song, Yoo Woo Lee and Sunzu Kim, Korea
  An epidemiological perspective of individual and population health risk prevention
  Meriel Bench, Alison Vredenburgh, Ilene Zackowitz and Michael J. Vredenburgh, USA
  Development of a risk assessment tool for small scale gold mining in the Philippines
  Virginia Soriano, Isachar Bernaldez and Mili-Ann Tamayao, Philippines
  Alternative methods to root cause analysis for understanding adverse events in healthcare systems
  Basma Bargal, James Benneyan, Joseph Eisner, Karen Chen and Satyan Chari, USA
  The sound of violin: Quantifying and evaluating the impact on the performer’s and near audience’s ear
  Pedro Salvadores Palacio and Mercedes de Barrios Carro, Spain
Human Factors and Ergonomics in Japanese Sewing Scissors
Session 125
Thursday, July 20
10:30 - 12:30
Physical Ergonomics & Human Factors
Santa Barbara C
  Co-Chairs:  Hiroyuki Hamada and Yasuko Kitajima, Japan  
  Text mining analysis for craftsman's tacit knowledge during making process of Japanese sewing scissors
  Hayato Nakatani, Yasuko Kitajima, Akihiko Goto, Hiroyuki Hamada and Norimichi Nanami, Japan
  Characteristics of cutting performance for Japanese sewing scissors made by the "So-Hizukuri" forging process
  Yasuko Kitajima, Hayato Nakatani,; Akihiko Goto and Hiroyuki Hamada, Japan 
  Eye movement analysis for craftsman of Japanese sewing scissors
  Yasuko Kitajima, Hayato Nakatani, Yoichiro Ogura, Akihiko Goto, Hiroyuki Hamada and Norimichi Nanami, Japan
  Analysis of the "So-Hizukuri" forging process for Japanese sewing scissors
  Hayato Nakatani, Yasuko Kitajima, Akihiko Goto and Hiroyuki Hamada, Japan 
Session 126
Thursday, July 20
10:30 - 12:30
Human Factors in Transportation - Road & Rail
  Co-Chairs:  Craig Allison and Ralf Philipsen, UK/Germany  
  Range makes all the difference? – Weighing up range, charging time and fast-charging network density as key drivers for the acceptance of battery electric vehicles
  Julian Halbey, Ralf Philipsen, Teresa Schmidt and Martina Ziefle, Germany
  Fast-charging stations or conventional gas stations:  Same difference? - variations of preferences and requirements
  Ralf Philipsen, Teresa Schmidt and Martina Ziefle, Germany
  Eco-driving, future technology and user acceptance: A questionnaire approach
  Craig Allison and Neville Stanton, UK
Automation I
Session 127
Thursday, July 20
10:30 - 12:30
Human Factors in Transportation - Road & Rail
  Co-Chairs:  Frederik Naujoks and Joscha Wasser, Germany/UK  
  A review of non-driving-related tasks used in studies on automated driving
  Frederik Naujoks, Dennis Befelein and Alexandra Neukum, Germany
  Driverless pods:  From technology demonstrators to desirable mobility solutions
  Joscha Wasser, Cyriel  Diels, Anthony Baxendale and Michael Tovey, UK
  Testing-scenarios for human factors research in level 3 automated vehicles
  Christian Gold, Frederik Naujoks, Jonas Radlmayr, Hanna Bellem and Oliver Jarosch, Germany
  Autonomous vehicles: reliability of their perception of the world around them and the role of human driver
  Ata Khan, Canada
  Connecting rural road design to automated vehicles: The concept of safe speed to overcome human errors
  Pasquale Colonna, Nicola Berloco, Paolo Intini and Vittorio Ranieri, Italy
  A longitudinal simulator study to explore drivers' behaviour during highly-automated driving
  David Large, Gary Burnett, Andrew Morris, Arun Muthumani and Rebecca Matthias, UK
Human Aspects of Change Management and Implementation
Session 128
Thursday, July 20
10:30 - 12:30
Social & Occupational Ergonomics
San Pedro
  Co-Chairs:  Zbigniew Wisniewski and Aleksandra Polak-Sopinska, Poland  
  Dynamics of interactions - motivation
  Zbigniew Wisniewski, Aleksandra Polak-Sopinska, Malgorzata Wisniewska and Magdalena Wrobel-Lachowska, Poland
  A change of approach to management from the functional to the process one:  A human factor and an administrative factor in a public university
  Zbigniew Wisniewski and Joanna Mnich, Poland
  ICT in logistics as a challenge for mature workers:  Knowledge management role in information society
  Magdalena Wrobel-Lachowska, Zbigniew Wisniewski, Aleksandra Polak-Sopinska and Robert Lachowski, Poland
  The role of the lifelong learning in Logistics 4.0
  Magdalena Wrobel-Lachowska, Zbigniew Wisniewski and Aleksandra Polak-Sopinska, Poland
  Labor ergonomic analysis applied to a Brazilian solid materials recycling cooperative
  Hebert Silva, Brazil
User Experience and Assistive Technology in Healthcare and Medical Devices
Session 129
Thursday, July 20
10:30 - 12:30
Usability and User Experience
Santa Monica A
  Co-Chairs:  Richard Featherstone and Hyung Nam Kim, UK/USA  
  Learning about gestures from traditional interfaces in medical imaging software
  Glebys Gonzalez, Naveen Madapana and Juan Wachs, USA
Comparison between color and grayscale interfaces: Recipe usability of a dietary plan in diabetics
  Carlos Diaz de Leon Zuloaga and Lilia Prado León, Mexico 
  Preventing trauma accidents in children: An ecosystem based on interactive ludic activities for mobile and web-based environments
  Daniel Pulla-Sánchez, Verónica Cevallos León Wong, Gabriela Moreno-Luzuriaga, Diego Quisi-Peralta and
  Vladimir Robles-Bykbaev, Ecuador
  Usability of assistive and mainstream technologies for people with visual impairments
  Hyung Nam Kim, USA
  Ease of use and medical devices – perceptions and reality
  Marie Davis, Natalie Shortt and RIchard Featherstone, UK
  Patient-centered design (PCD): Redesigning the patient-user experience
  Erica Savage and Akhila Iyer, USA
Systems Interaction:  Societal Impact Perspectives
Session 130
Thursday, July 20
10:30 - 12:30
Human Factors and Systems Interaction
Santa Monica B
  Co-Chairs:  Arminda Lopes and Shiquan Xiong, Portugal/China  
  Creative activity mediated by technology - artifacts, technology and ideas that could shape our lives
  Arminda Guerra Lopes, Portugal
  Recognition of physiotherapeutic exercises through DTW and low-cost vision-based motion capture
  Yves Rybarczyk, Jan Kleine Deters, Arián Aladro Gonzalo, Danilo Esparza, Mario Gonzalez, Santiago Villarreal
  and Isabel L. Nunes, Ecuador/Portugal
  Modeling the user business behavior through log data
  Shiquan Xiong and Shuping Yi, China
  Understanding user behavior using multi-modal behavioral biometrics
  Guo Xu, Shuping Yi and Fan Mo, China
  Analysis on trustworthy interaction through network user behavior
  Shuping Yi and Shiquan Xiong, China
  Improving the search retrieval effectiveness by an ontological explicit user profile
  Mandeep Pannu and Robert Bird, Canada/UK
Education Research and Applications I
Session 131
Thursday, July 20
10:30 - 12:30
Human Factors in Training, Education, and Learning Sciences
Santa Monica C
  Co-Chairs: Henrik Lund and Shinnosuke Iwamoto, Denmark/Japan  
  Detection system for distinguishing between initial reading and rereading of a digital document of observing focal point movement
    Shinnosuke Iwamoto, Toru Nakata, Takashi Sakamoto and Toshikazu Kato, Japan
  Digital social learning – collaboration and learning in enterprise social networks
  Christian Zinke, Kyrill Meyer, Leopold Reif and Julia Friedrich, Germany
  Sero!: A learning assessment platform for adult learning environments
  Brian Moon and Sana Rizvi, USA
  Time and control in teachers' work - the erosion of rhythms
  Henrik Lund, Denmark
  Interactions between learner assessment and content requirement: A verification approach
  Robert Wray and Kimberly Stowers, USA
  Chinese teaching on the move: A case study of mobile App assisted Chinese teaching in a primary school
  Xu Yang and Xiaowei Wang, China
Shaping the Human Side of T-Shaped Professionals I
Session 132
Thursday, July 20
10:30 - 12:30
Human Side of Service Engineering
Santa Monica D
  Chair: James Spohrer, USA  
  Developing T-shaped civil engineers through involvement in out-of-class activities
  Denise Simmons, USA
T-shape professionals co-working in smart contexts:  VEGA(ST) - Venice Gateway for Science and Technology
  Paolo Piciocchi, James C. Spohrer, Linda Martuscelli,Maria Cristina Pietronudo, Michele Scocozza and
  Clara Bassano, Italy/USA
  Gaining a deeper understanding of the T: Components and assessment
  Philip Gardner, USA
  T-shaped people in smarter/wiser service systems
  James Spohrer, USA
  Interactional expertise, experience with different systems and t-shaped expertise: Two pilot studies
  Michael Gorman and Cailtin Wylie, USA
  Thriving through people-centered adaptive platforms
  Yassi Moghaddam, USA
Panel:  Tactile Applications for Enhanced Performance in Naturalistic Settings
Session 133
Thursday, July 20
10:30 - 12:30
Human Factors in Robots and Unmanned Systems
Beaudry A
  Co-Chairs:  Linda Elliott and Gina Hartnett-Pomranky, USA  
  How close is close enough? Temporal matching between visual and tactile signaling
  Catherine Neubauer, USA
  Identifying errors in tactile displays and best practice usage guidelines
  Linda Elliott and Bruce Mortimer, USA
  Can you feel me now?  Wearable concept for soldier communications
  Linda Elliott, Gina Hartnett, Lisa Baraniecki, Rodger Pettitt and Kenyon Riddle, USA
  Artificial tactile sensor structure for giving psychological feeling to machine
  Jae Eun Jang, South Korea
Development of a vibro-tactile metronome to assist in conducting contemporary classical music
  Patrick Ignoto, Ian Hattwick and Marcelo Wanderley, Canada
  A comparison of tactile, auditory, and visual cues in a target engagement task
  Timothy White, USA
Design Driven Social Innovation:  Interdisciplinary Weltanschauung for All by All
Session 134
Thursday, July 20
10:30 - 12:30
Design for Inclusion
Beaudry B
  Co-Chairs:  Avril Accolla and Wolfgang Wagenhäuser, China/Germany  
  Building a tool for multisensory storytelling through DFA
  Avril Accolla and Wolfgang Wagenhäuser, China/Germany
  The business opportunity of longevity
  Avril Accolla and Filippo Garini, China
  Alternative approaches for responsible development
  Avril Accolla and Roberto Doná, China
  The strength of brain diversity
  Gabriele Floris, China
Leadership and Skill Development I
Session 135
Thursday, July 20
10:30 - 12:30
Human Factors in Management and Leadership
  Co-Chairs:  Edward Faber and Tibor Barath, The Netherlands/Hungary  
Mind steering leadership game
  Johan de Heer, Rafal Hrynkiewicz, Thomas de Groot and Edward Faber, The Netherlands
  Soft skills and the construction site manager: The chameleon professional
  Andries van Heerden, South Africa
  Enhancing managers’ leadership capabilities with a leadership process reference model
  David Tuffley, Australia
  Motivation and work: A survey of the motivational aspects in industries
  Sarah Salim Vasconcelos, Maria Auxiliadora Barreto and Eduardo Ferro dos Santos, Brazil
  Capacity building in higher education: Achievements in the Middle East
  Mohamed Ismail and Hamid Parsaei, Qatar/USA
Occupational Safety Simulators
Session 136
Thursday, July 20
10:30 - 12:30
Human Factors and Simulation
Emerald Bay
  Chair:  Brianna Eiter, USA  
  Analysis of occupational security management interventions based on coupling human factors
  Yujun Xu, Xuebo Chen and Qiubai Sun, China
  Group safety consciousness reconstruction based on the inclusion principle
  Yangguang Xu, Xuebo Chen, Quibai Sun and Wei Ye, China
  Emergent research of employee safety awareness based on multi-agent model
  Siyuan Fan, Xuebo Chen and Qiubai Sun, China
  Recognizing mine site hazards: Identifying differences in hazard recognition ability for experienced and new mineworkers
  Brianna Eiter, Jennica Bellanca, William Helfrich, Timothy Orr, Jonathan Hrica, Brendan Macdonald and Jason Navoyski, USA
  Modeling of muscle atrophy and exercise induced hypertrophy
  Xianlian Zhou, Paulien Roos and Xinyu Chen, USA
  Influence of human intervention on the modern manufacturing processes: An approach to process simulation focused on the human factor
  Carmen Madriz, Olga Sanchez, Malagy Sanchez and Juan Hernandez, Costa Rica
Human Factors and Wearable Technologies II
Session 137
Thursday, July 20
10:30 - 12:30
Human Factors and Wearable Technologies
San Bernardino
  Chair:  Chantal Lidynia, Germany  
  A step in the right direction – Understanding privacy concerns and perceived sensitivity of fitness trackers
  Chantal Lidynia, Philipp Brauner and Martina Ziefle, Germany
  Development of customized orthotics based on lower-leg anthropometric data and task
  Shramana Ghosh, Nina Robson and J. Michael McCarthy, USA
  An intelligent pen to assess anxiety levels through pressure sensors and fuzzy logic
  Cristian Tapia-Jaya, Isaac Ojeda-Zamalloa, Verónica Cevallos León Wong, Ismael San Andrés Becerra,
  Fernando Pesántez-Avilés and Vladimir Robles-Bykbaev, Ecuador
Universal design based evaluation framework for design of wearables
  Vladimir Tomberg and Sebastian Kelle, Estonia
  The pressure comfort sensation of female’s body parts caused by compression garment
  Yongrong Wang, Yu Liu, Shengli Luo, Cheng Chen and Lingzi Jin, China
Ergonomics Design and Evaluation I
Session 138
Thursday, July 20
10:30 - 12:30
Ergonomics in Design
Palos Verdes
  Co-Chairs:  Chih-Yang Huang and Liuxing Tsao, Taiwan/China  
  Design of an innovative mattress to improve sleep quality by increasing deep sleep time
  Chih-Yang Huang and Fong-Gong Wu, Taiwan
  A quick method to extract earphone-related ear dimensions using two-dimensional (2D) image
 Liang Ma, Liuxing Tsao, Chen Yu and Wei Zhou, China
  Design requirements to enhance the postural control in patients with severe spastic quadriplegia
  Paulina Manzano-Hernandez, David Vidana-Zavala, Irma Landa-Avila and Carlos Aceves Gonzalez, México
  Design strategies for inclusive environments
  Miguel Aboim Borges and Fernando Moreira da Silva, Portugal
  Pillow design and evaluation of shoulder and neck surface pressure to sleep quality
  Tsung-Yao Li and Fong-Gong Wu, Taiwan 
  Preliminary study on the evaluation of musculoskeletal risk of car drivers using infrared thermography
  Blanca del Carmen Flores, Orlando Susarrey Huerta, Amalia Yoguez Seoane, Claudia del Carmen Gutiérrez and
  José Alfredo Jiménez, Mexico
  A new apparatus system design and evaluation of osteoarthritis for middle-aged people to enhance lifelong mobility
  Jian-Wei Cheng and Fong-Gong Wu, Taiwan 
Infrastructure Planning and Learning for Sustainable Future
Session 139
Thursday, July 20
10:30 - 12:30
Human Factors, Sustainable Urban Planning and Infrastructure 
San Francisco
  Co-Chairs:  Julia Krause and Ardeshir Anjomani, Germany/USA  
  Better (not) charge in your garage!  Perceived benefits and optimal positioning of public fast charging infrastructure for electrical vehicles from user’s perspective
  Julia Krause, Stefan Ladwig and Maximilian Schwalm, Germany
  Urban informality and infrastructure planning in Hong Kong and Lagos metropolis:  Professionals perspectives
  Oluwole Soyinka and Kin Wai Michael Siu, Hong Kong
  An integrated land use-transportation planning system for sustainable metropolitan development
  Ardeshir Anjomani, USA
  Effects of skill shortages on sustainable construction
  Ayodeji Oke, Clinton Aigbavboa and Khangale Tshinakaho, South Africa
  Directions towards sustainability through higher education
  Maria Belo, Portugal
  Oporto rehabilitation concept
  Marie Belcor, Portugal
Healthcare and Medical Devices II
Session 140
Thursday, July 20
10:30 - 12:30
Human Factors and Medical Devices
Hollywood Ballroom
  Co-Chairs:  Jenny Gremark and Daniel Proaño-Guevara, Sweden/Ecuador  
  Mathematical modeling and ergonomic study of a pencil through numerical simulation for support of the graphological presumptive diagnosis
  Luis González-Delgado, Julio Verdugo-Cabrera, Luis Serpa-Andrade, Isaac Ojeda-Zamalloa, Vladimir Robles-Bykbaev,
  Fernando Pesántez-Avilés, Olena Naidiuk and Ninfa González-Delgado, Ecuador
  Biomimetical arm prosthesis: A new proposal
  Daniel Proaño-Guevara, Javier Procel-Feijóo, Johnny Zhingre-Balcazar and Luis Serpa-Andrade, Ecuador
  Workload in echocardiography
  Jenny Gremark Simonsen, Camilla Dahlqvist, Catarina Nordander, Anna Axmon, Inger Arvidsson and Henrik Enquist, Sweden
  Assessment of cardiac surgery ergonomic workstation
  Maedeh Razavipour and Hassan Sadeghi Naeini, Iran
  Lunch Break 12:30 - 13:30   •    Enjoy lunch at the restaurant of your choice
SESSION Thursday, July 20    •   13:30 - 15:30
Integrated Design
Session 141
Thursday, July 20
13:30 - 15:30
Affective and Pleasurable Design
Santa Anita A
  Co-Chairs:  KwanMyung Kim and Hiroya Kato, Korea/Japan  
Modeling the relationship between stress and appetite to create a dish recommendation system based on desired nutrients
  Hiroya Kato, Toru Nakata and Toshikazu Kato, Japan
  Assessing symptoms of excessive SNS usage based on user behavior and emotion: Analysis of log data
  Ploypailin Intapong, Saromporn Charoenpit, Tiranee Achalakul and Michiko Ohkura, Thailand/Japan
  Transformable camping cart design for a jack company
  Myungjin Kim, Haebin Lee, Muhammad Tufail and KwanMyung Kim, South Korea
  Integrated design process:  A case of recliner design
  Haebin Lee, Muhammad Tufail, Myungjin Kim and KwanMyung Kim, South Korea
  The design of personal protective garments for workplace: An ergonomic radiation protection design practice
  Muhammad Tufail, Haebin Lee, Myungjin Kim and KwanMyung Kim, South Korea
Intelligent Systems and Applications
Session 142
Thursday, July 20
13:30 - 15:30
Cross-Cultural Decision Making
Santa Anita B
  Chair:   Umer Asgher, Pakistan  
  Influence of the directional auditory stimulus on driver’s behaviors in an autonomous vehicle
  Susumu Shirayama and Rie Osawa, Japan
  Inference about cross cultural decision-making derived from international healthcare analysis
  Maureen Kole, USA
  Incorporating the cultural and decisions factors in multi-objective optimization of air conditioning conduit design process
  Alexis Cordovés García, José Arzola Ruíz and Umer Asgher, Ecuador/Pakistan
  The necessity of new paradigms in measuring human-Chatbot interaction
  Aleksandra Przegalinska and Leon Ciechanowski, Poland
  The impact of media, social networking technologies, aberrant leadership and cross-cultural decision-making on common sense
  Roulette Smith, USA
Assistive Technology IV
Session 143
Thursday, July 20
13:30 - 15:30
Ergonomics in Design
Santa Anita C
  Co-Chairs:  Maria Lucia Okimoto and Gabriel Rosenmann, Brazil  
  Product development of assistive technology for the feet of person with cerebral palsy
  Márcio Catapan, Eugênio Filho, Luane Araium, Mateus Villas Boas, Maria Lucia Okimoto and Caio Silva, Brazil
  Development and evaluation of low-cost splint for spastic hand by additive manufacturing
  Gabriel Rosenmann, Mateus Weigert, Paloma Poier, José Foggiatto, Maria Lucia Okimoto, Neri Volpato and Leandra Ulbricht,
  How citizens share information in smart cities?
  Francisco Rebelo, Paulo Noriega, Tiago Miguel Oliveira, José Carvalhais and Daniela Santos, Portugal
  Study and design of a tactile map in Brazil: Assistive technology for blind and low vision
  Sabrina Oliveira, Maria Lucia Okimoto and Laura Doro, Brazil
  Effects of cognitive redundancy on interface design and information visualization
  Jing Zhang, Chengqi Xue, Jing Wang, Zhangfan Shen, Lei Zhou, Xiaozhou Zhou, Lin Yun and Ling Zhou, China
Design for High Performance and Comfort
Session 144
Thursday, July 20
13:30 - 15:30
Ergonomics in Design
San Gabriel A
  Co-Chairs:  Shabboo Valipoor and Ai-Ping Yang, USA/China  
Design for older patients: An objective evaluation of patient chairs at hospitals
  Shabboo Valipoor, Debajyoti Pati, Matt Stock and Doug Bazuin, USA
  A study on examining user comfort in hospital beds
  Güzide Güzelbey Esengün and Ekrem Cem Alppay, Turkey
  Reachable domain of adults' right leg in sitting posture
  Ai-ping Yang, Wen-yu Fu, Xin Zhang, Ming-ju Wang and Chau-Kuang Chen, China
  Screen design of portable terminal to promote user's motivation to use the system
  Suguru Ito, Miwa Nakanishi and Masahiko Sakata, Japan 
  Development of a design protocol for customized swimming goggles using 3D facial scan data
  Jose Coleman, Christopher Hernandez, Joshua Hernandez, Shane Hubenak, Aric McBride, Mehrube Mehrubeoglu and Jangwoon Park, USA
  The study and design of university student dormitory mattress based on the influence of materials of the mattress on prone position comfort
  Yeyingzi Guo, Haomiao Chen and Zhang Zhang, China
  Analysis of arm forces on stationary chairs for daily activities in subjects weighing 136 to 186 kg
  Xiaohong Yu, Onder Tor, jilei Zhang, Bob Tackett and Lingling Hu, China/USA
Human Factors in Patient IT Tools
Session 145
Thursday, July 20
13:30 - 15:30
Human Factors and Ergonomics in Healthcare
San Gabriel B
  Chair:  Helen Fuller, USA  
  HomeAssist: An assisted living platform for aging in place based on an interdisciplinary approach
  Charles Consel, Lucile Dupuy and Hélène Sauzéon, France
  Mobile healthcare application for foreigners living in China
 Syed Attiq-Ur-Rehman, Zhe Chen and Muhammad Haris, China
  Impact of age on the likelihood of patients’ accessing their health information online
  Martina Clarke, Joi Moore, Jeffery Belden, Linsey Steege, Min Kim, Shannon Canfield and Richelle Koopman, USA
  An aging-focused diabetes self-management mHealth App: Analysis of usage patterns, acceptance and engagement among older population
  Shinyi Wu, H. Hsiao, I. Chi and Olivia Evanson, USA
  Train4Ortho:  MIS online course as a manner of improving ergonomics in orthopedic surgery
  Joanna Bartnicka, Alicia Piedrabuena, Raquel Portilla, Juan Moyano, José Blas Pagador, Peter Augat, Dariusz Michalak,
  Jarosław Tokarczyk and Francisco Miguel Sánchez Marga, Poland
  Beyond ergonomics: How to safeguard users of health information in online media
   Thomas Wetter, Germany/USA
Maritime II
Session 146
Thursday, July 20
13:30 - 15:30
Human Factors in Transportation - Maritime
San Gabriel C
  Chair:  Daniel Fay, UK  
  Examining the role of team leaders in distributed situation awareness based on verbal exchanges and visual information gathering: a simulation study in nuclear submarines
  Vincent Tardan, Françoise Darses and Léonore Bourgeon, France
  Using heart rate variability (HRV) to examine the workload of submarine command team members during simulated submarine operations
  Aaron Roberts, Neville Stanton and Daniel Fay, UK
  Visualization in maritime navigation: A critical review
  Victor Conceição, Maria Beatriz Carmo, Joakim Dahlman and Ana Navarro, Portugal
  Project MARTHA: Seafarer fatigue and sleepiness
  Mike Barnett and Claire Pekcan, UK
  Gaps between users and designers: A usability study about a tablet-based application used on the ship bridges
  Yemao Man, Margareta Lützhöft, Nicole Costa, Monica Lundh and Scott MacKinnon, Sweden
  Identifying causal factors of human fatigue in vessel traffic system
  Fan Li, Yu-Chi Lee, Chun-Hsien Chen and Li-Pheng Khoo, Singapore
Safety Analysis Approaches
Session 147
Thursday, July 20
13:30 - 15:30
Safety Management and Human Factors
Santa Barbara A
Co-Chairs:  Amir Mahmood and Pedro Arezes, Singapore/Portugal
  Safety culture and its contributing factor in education sector in Malaysia
  Nor Kamilah Makhtar, Balakrishnan Parasuraman, Mohd Nazri Zakaria and Ahmad Rasdan Ismail, Malaysia
  Occupational health and safety in the ASEAN member nations: Challenges and opportunities
  Kavitha Palaniappan and Amir Mahmood, Singapore
  Towards a framework for steering safety performance: A review of the literature on leading indicators
  Seyed Sajad Mousavi, Elizabeth Cudney and Paolo Trucco, Italy/USA
  Dynamic fuzzy safety analysis of an industrial system
  Antonio Venditti, Nguyen Duy Phuong Tran and Anh Dung Ngo, Canada
  Personnel involvement to encourage international patient safety goals in a Mexican healthcare institution
  Luis Cuautle and Jesús Juárez, Mexico
Making a Difference
Session 148
Thursday, July 20
13:30 - 15:30
Physical Ergonomics & Human Factors
  Chair:  Thomas Hofmann, Germany  
  An interview study on children’s spectacle frame fit
  Jiaxin Zhang and Yan Luximon, Hong Kong 
  A comparative study of the effects of electrical stimulation and intermittent compressive forces on soft tissue mechanical properties
  Ben-Yi Liau, Chien-Liang Chen, Yih-Kuen Jan, Hsin-Ying Chiu, Pei-Syuan He and Chi-Wen Lung, Taiwan/USA
  Prospective design of seating systems for digitalized working worlds
  Nico Feller, Kim-Hoa Huynh, Ulf Müller, Thomas Dupré, Wolfgang Potthast and Joanna Funck, Germany
  Air traffic control HCI - how to handle very special user requirements
  Thomas Hofmann and Jörg Bergner, Germany
  Working conditions for maintaining a seating posture during working with a personal computer on a balance chair
  Noriyasu Hirokawa, Yasuyuki Toyoda, Kenichi Itose, Tadashi Shibue, Takashi Hayami and Mitsushi Ohmasa, Japan 
Automation II
Session 149
Thursday, July 20
13:30 - 15:30
Human Factors in Transportation - Road & Rail
  Co-Chairs:  Neville Stanton and Alexander Eriksson, UK  
  The effect of self-regulated control transitions on driving performance: A simulator study
  Alexander Eriksson and Neville Stanton, UK
  What to expect of automated driving:  Expectations and anticipation of system behavior
  Johanna Josten, Teresa Schmidt, Ralf Philipsen, Lutz Eckstein and Martina Ziefle, Germany
  The design of a vibro-tactile seat  for conveying take-over requests in automated driving
  Sebastiaan Petermeijer, Paul Hornberger, Ioannis Ganotis, Joost de Winter and Klaus Bengler, Germany/The Netherlands
  Temporal evolution of driver behavior characteristics when resuming manual control
  Silvia Varotto, Haneen Farah, Klaus Bogenberger, Bart van Arem and Serge Hoogendoorn, The Netherlands
  A study on driver-vehicle interaction with using a fuzzy-logic driver model and increased autonomy vehicle in virtual environment simulation
  Antoni Kopyt, Dominik Jastrzebski and Tomasz Dziewonski, Poland
Automation III
Session 150
Thursday, July 20
13:30 - 15:30
Human Factors in Transportation - Road & Rail
  Co-Chairs:  Kirsten Revell and Claus Marberger, UK/Germany  
  Learning from the best: Naturalistic arbitration for cooperative driving
  Gina Weßel, Constanze Schreck, Eugen Altendorf, Yigiterkut Canpolat and Frank Flemisch, Germany
  Modelling the dynamics of driver situation awareness in automated driving
  Zhenji Lu, Riender Happee and Joost de Winter, The Netherlands
Evaluation of an autonomous vehicle external communication system concept: A survey study
  Jingyi Zhang, Erik Vinkhuyzen and Melissa Cefkin, USA
  Machine learning and big data analytics in support of fleet safety during severe weather
  Zachary Spielman, David Gertman, Scott Wold, Haoran Liu, Steven Wysmuller and Justin Traiteur, USA
  Understanding and applying the concept of  “driver availability” in automated driving
  Claus Marberger, Holger Mielenz, Frederik Naujoks, Klaus Bengler, Jonas Radlmayr and Bernhard Wandtner, Germany
  The impact of technologies on cognitive demands for train control officers in the South African railway industry
  Moses Shaba, South Africa
Ergonomics in Public Building Design
Session 151
Thursday, July 20
13:30 - 15:30
Human Factors, Sustainable Urban Planning and Infrastructure 
Palos Verdes
  Chair:  Wojciech Bonenberg, Poland  
  Applications of the theory of fuzzy sets to modelling a user- experience system in architecture
  Wojciech Bonenberg, Poland
  Changes in the contemporary public space:  Libraries
  Joanna Jablonska, Elzbieta Trocka-Leszczynska and Romuald Tarczewski, Poland
  Ergonomic solutions in capsule hotels?
  Joanna Jablonska, Elzbieta Trocka-Leszczynska and Romuald Tarczewski, Poland
Interface Design and Usability Evaluation
Session 152
Thursday, July 20
13:30 - 15:30
Usability and User Experience
San Pedro
  Chair:  Marcus Jenke, Germany  
  Usability evaluation on learning management system
  Nattaporn Phongphaew and Arisara Jiamsanguanwong, Thailand 
What does the eye want? An investigation of interface parameters to ensure intuitive gaze controlled interactions for multidimensional inputs
  Marcus Jenke and Thomas Maier, Germany
  Usability heuristic evaluation of scientific data analysis and visualization tools
  Samar Swaid, Mnsa Maat, Hari  Krishnan, Devarshi  Ghoshal and Lavanya Ramakrishnan, USA
  Evolution of user experiences and interfaces for delivering context-aware recommendations to information analysts
  Adam Fouse, Ryan Mullins, Gabriel Ganberg and Chad Weiss, USA
  A smarTactile map designed for the visually impaired to improve spatial cognition
  MyungJoong Lee, South Korea
  A research on the barrier-free color design in digitalized interaction
  Xi Wang and Zhaohui Huang, China
Assistive Technologies and Natural User Interaction
Session 153
Thursday, July 20
13:30 - 15:30
Human Factors and Systems Interaction
Santa Monica A
  Co-Chairs:  You Fang and Gustavo Lopez, China/Costa Rica  
  Scan&Go:  A technology that helps the visually impaired in grocery shopping
  Parisa Alirezaee, Canada
  Research on driver's visual and psychological characteristics under right-turning scenario for car head-up displays
  Xi Wang, Yujia Wang, Xiaoqiu Zhang and Chang Liu, China
  Take-over requests analysis in conditional automated driving and driver visual research under encountering road hazard of highway
  Fang You, Yujia Wang, Jianmin Wang, Xichan Zhu and Preben Hansen, China
Alexa vs. Siri vs. Cortana vs. Google Assistant: A comparison of speech-based natural user interfaces
  Gustavo Lopez, Luis Quesada and Luis Guerrero, Costa Rica
  Human factors affecting the development of smart device-based notifications
  Marcelo Guzman, Gustavo Lopez and Luis Guerrero, Costa Rica
  Developing a proxy service to bring naturality to Amazon's personal assistant "Alexa"
  Luis Carvajal, Luis Quesada, Gustavo Lopez and Jose A. Brenes, Costa Rica
  A calculator application with 3D-printed cover for the visually impaired in China
  Yifan He, Bo Zhu and Pinata Winoto, China
Human Factors, Business Management and Society II
Session 154
Thursday, July 20
13:30 - 15:30
Human Factors, Business Management and Society 
Santa Monica B
  Chair: Jussi Kantola, Finland  
  Encompassing the work-life balance into early career decision-making of future employees through the analytic hierarchy process
  Remigiusz Gawlik, Poland
  Safety culture and collective commitment in organizational context
  Jarno Einolander, Jussi Kantola, Hannu Vanharanta and Evangelos Markopoulos, Finland
  On the basis of the sales engineering competences and education
  Tero Reunanen, Timo Holopainen, Thomas Röhr, Jobst Görne and Ludger Schneider-Störmann, Finland
  Design thinking: User-centered design multidisciplinary methodology based on people and innovation
  Ekaterina Barcellos and Galdenoro Botura, Jr., Brazil
  A co-evolute approach to analyze the competencies of sales personnel of banking sector of Pakistan
  Faisal Imran and Jussi Kantola, Finland
  Human factor based conceptual framework for construction business marketing
  Jonas Yankah, Clinton Aigbavboa and Wellington Thwala, South Africa
Education Research and Applications II
Session 155
Thursday, July 20
13:30 - 15:30
Human Factors in Training, Education, and Learning Sciences
Santa Monica C
  Co-Chairs:  Angie Brunk and Jean-Francois Lapointe, USA/Canada  
A review of personal profile features in personalized learning systems
  Jean-Francois Lapointe, Irina Kondratova, Heather Molyneaux, Kamran Shaikh and Norman G. Vinson, Canada
  Satisfaction and cognitive styles in students of the virtual collaborative project: "Our earth: deforestation"
  Luis Montoya, Pere Ponsa and Ramon Vilanova, Mexico
  Early engagement of schoolchildren in research activities: The human factor
  Alexander Karpov, Russia
  Potentials of 3D printing to support STEM education in remote areas: Gaza as a case study
  Bilal Mansoor, Dena Al Thani and Marwa Qaraqe, Qatar
  Instructional design using multimodal measurements as indicators of cognitive load
  Bonn Kleiford Seranilla, Allura Vianca Panistante and Jon Becios, Philippines
Shaping the Human Side of T-Shaped Professionals II
Session 156
Thursday, July 20
13:30 - 15:30
Human Side of Service Engineering
Santa Monica D
  Chair: James Spohrer, USA  
  MyT-Me:  Your personal T-shape scoring system
  Louis Freund and Stephen Kwan, USA
  E-business as an example of T-shape education
  Wojciech Cellary and Jarogniew Rykowski, Poland
  Developing DSA-enabled and T-shaped professionals for the hybrid economy
  Debbie Hughes, USA
  Humanity-embedded service science education
  Fu-ren Lin, Taiwan
  Management of innovation, sustainability and technology:  A master’s curriculum for T-shaped professionals at UC Merced
  Paul Maglio, USA
Understanding the Key Drivers of Human-Machine Trust: Lessons Learned and Future Directions
Session 157
Thursday, July 20
13:30 - 15:30
Human Factors in Robots and Unmanned Systems
Beaudry A
  Chair:  Joseph Lyons, USA  
  A theoretical conceptualization for overtrust
  Alan Wagner and Mollik Nayyar, USA
  Effects of automation predictability and understandability on trust in human-machine teaming
  Jeremy Friedman, Karanvir Panesar, Nhut Ho, Jessie Chen, Joseph  Lyons, Bill Gray, Walter Johnson and Jeremy Friedman,
  Trust towards an in-vehicle cyclist detection system + emergency braking
  Marco De Angelis, Luca Pietrantoni, Gabriele Prati, Federico Fraboni, Víctor Marín Puchades and Filippo Fassina, Italy
  The sky’s (not) the limit -  influence of expertise and privacy disposition on the use of multi-copters
  Chantal Lidynia, Ralf Philipsen and Martina Ziefle, Germany
  Trust repair in autonomy part 1: Comparing the severity of trust violations between human and self-driving cars
  Ewart de Visser, Spencer Kohn, Tyler Shaw and Richard Pak, USA
  Trust repair in autonomy part 2:  Evaluating the effectiveness of human-inspired trust repair strategies with automation
  Daniel Quinn, Richard Pak and Ewart de Visser, USA
Cybersecurity Training and Education
Session 158
Thursday, July 20
13:30 - 15:30
Human Factors in Cybersecurity
Beaudry B
  Co-Chairs:  Fernando Maymi and Saurabh Dutta, USA  
  Humans as the strong link in securing the total learning architecture
  Fernando Maymi, Angela Woods and Jeremiah Folsom-Kovarik, USA
  Utilizing ChatBots to increase the efficacy of information security practitioners
  Saurabh Dutta, Ger Joyce and Jay Brewer, USA
  Understanding human factors in cybersecurity as a dynamic system
  Heather Young, Tony van Vliet, Josine van de Ven, Steven Jol and Carlijn Broekman The Netherlands
  A team-level perspective of human factors in cyber security: Security operations centers
  Balázs Hámornik and Csaba Krasznay, Hungary
Recent Advances in Design for Disability I
Session 159
Thursday, July 20
13:30 - 15:30
Design for Inclusion
Hollywood Ballroom
  Co-Chairs:  Theresa Lobo and Emilia Christie Picelli Sanches, USA/Brazil  
Digital inclusion trajectory of people with Down Syndrome: A pilot study
  Dany Lussier-Desrochers, Canada
  Redeveloping game set for living alone elderly with dementia using participatory action research approach in Hong Kong
  Alex Pui Yuk King and Kin Wai Michael Siu, Hong Kong
  Pressure ulcer prevention system based in capacitive sensors
  Jorge Cazho-Tobar, Jorge Barbecho-Sarango and Freddy Bueno-Palomeque, Ecuador
  Teaching an innovative E-learning design program for visually impaired students
  Theresa Lobo, USA
  Analysis of primary caregiver to prevent ergonomic risks when transferring a person with motor disability
  Wendy Cruz, Mexico
  Three-dimensional tactile images for blind people:  A proposition for a translating model of static two-dimensional images
  Emilia Christie Picelli Sanches, Claudia Mara Scudelari de Macedo and Juliana Bueno, Brazil
Transportation Modeling and Simulation
Session 160
Thursday, July 20
13:30 - 15:30
Human Factors and Simulation
Emerald Bay
  Chair:  J. W. C. (Hans) van Lint, The Netherlands  
  Automated situation analysis as next level of unmanned aerial vehicle artificial intelligence
  Gunta Strupka, Anatoly Levchenkov and Mikhail Gorobetz, Latvia
  Comprehensive assessments of the effects of auditory cognitive distractions on driving safety across the lifespan
  Nazan Aksan, USA
  Exploring the effects of perception errors and anticipation strategies on traffic accidents - a simulation study
  Hans van Lint, Simeon Calvert, Wouter Schakel, Meng Wang and Alexander Verbraeck, The Netherlands
  Human factors in modelling mixed traffic of traditional, connected, and automated vehicles
  Zuduo Zheng, Md. Mazharul Haque, Mohammad Saifuzzaman, Anshuman Sharma and Yasir Ali, Australia
  Requirements for maritime search and rescue simulation: A catalogue of key features to ensure multi-user networked simulations
  Thomas Lübcke, Germany
  Research on correlation between eye-hand coordination pattern and  cognitive process of pilot in flight deck
  Zongpeng Wang, Youchao Sun and Yundong Guo, China
Human Factors in Communication of Design II
Session 161
Thursday, July 20
13:30 - 15:30
Human Factors in Communication of Design /Design for Inclusion
Santa Barbara C
  Co-Chairs:  Chi-Lun Liu and Amic G. Ho, Taiwan/Hong Kong  
  The effectiveness of message sidedness on trust in check-in advertising
  Chi-Lun Liu, Jo-Han Ku and Hsieh-Hong Huang, Taiwan
  An investigation of weak ontology for new media studies
  Edward C. K. Hung, Hong Kong 
  Towards a generalization of new media
  Edward C. K. Hung, Hong Kong 
Smart device-based notifications: A survey on user’s satisfaction of traditional notification mechanisms
  Shirley Yoong, Gustavo Lopez and Luis Guerrero, Costa Rica
  Looking forward to reverse image search: Measuring the effectiveness of reverse image searches in online help
  Fer O'Neil, USA
  Calligraphy practice app, system and tool for learning calligraphy
  Joao Brandao, Portugal
Human Error and Resilience in Safety-Critical Domains
Session 162
Thursday, July 20
13:30 - 15:30
Human Error, Reliability, Resilience, and Performance  /Human Factors in Energy: Oil, Gas, Nuclear and Electric Power Industries
San Bernardino
  Co-Chairs:  Manikam Pillay and Harold Blackman, Australia/USA  
Epic human failure on June 30, 2013
  Fred Schoeffler and Lance Honda, USA
  A systematic framework for root-cause analysis of the Aliso Canyon gas leak using the AcciMap methodology
  Maryam Tabibzadeh, Simone Stavros, Mikhil S. Ashtekar and Najmedin Meshkati, USA
  Human error, optimal production control policies and corrective maintenance with lockout-tagout
  Issa Diop, Sylvie Nadeau and Behnam ‎Emami-mehrgani, Canada
  Permit-to-work systems as a health and safety risk control strategy in mining: A prospective study in resilience engineering
  Manikam Pillay and Michael Tuck, Australia
  Modeling framework of team settings  for the design of laboratory experiments and team training
  Taro Kanno, Satoru Inoue and Daisuke Karikawa, Japan
  Nuclear operator performance on main control room tasks using touch interface
  Lauren Reinerman, Jonathan  Harris, Niav Hughes and Amy D'Agostino, USA
Human-Machine Interaction IV
Session 163
Thursday, July 20
13:30 - 15:30
Human Factors in Transportation - Road & Rail
Santa Barbara B
  Co-Chairs:  Daniel López and Tao Xiong, Germany/China  
A study on the relationship between passengers' visual searching efficiency in bus-waiting process and the elements of bus front face design
  Tao Xiong, Jianxin Cheng and Tengye Li, China
  Vision and driving support for shielded vehicles –implementation and test of an electronic vision replacement system with augmented reality
  Daniel López, Marcel Baltzer, Christian Lassen and Frank Flemisch, Germany
  Measuring the cognitive demands of in-vehicle dashboard and center console tasks
  Madeleine Conaghan, Ian Colwill, Edward Elton, Periklis Charchalakis and Elias Stipidis, UK
  Understanding Brazilians UX with their cars
  Caio Silva, Ana Luiza Chyla, Daniela Gobbo, Jéssica Dudyk and Regiane Friedemann, Brazil
  Refreshments 15:30 - 16:00   •    Room: California Ballroom
SESSION Thursday, July 20  •  16:00 - 18:00
Implication of User Behavior in Design Process
Session 164
Thursday, July 20
16:00 - 18:00
Affective and Pleasurable Design
Santa Anita A
  Co-Chairs:  Yusuke Kishine and Tengye Li, Japan/China  
  Memory recall of nouns and adjectives expressing two-color combinations
  Saki Tomita, Takashi Sakamoto and Toshikazu Kato, Japan
  Determination of the optimal timing for a relaxation stimuli
  Yusuke Kishine, Toshikazu Kato and Toru Nakata, Japan
  Research on attitude accessibility in product design evaluation: Cognitive features & memory network
  Tengye Li, Jianxin Cheng, Tao Xiong, Junnan Ye and Ziheng Zhang, China
A study on the sustainable design assessment system used for China’s “Lettuce House” project and its assessment results
  Mingyue Lyu, China
  Research on the image difference of smart product based on perceptual interaction
  Xinxin Zhang, Minggang Yang and Jianning Su, China
  Influence of the virtual reality on sensorial evaluation during product test applied on a snorkel
  Millet Antoine and Rosa Virgnie, France
Aviation and Aerospace:  Operational Effectiveness
Session 165
Thursday, July 20
16:00 - 18:00
Human Factors in Transportation - Aviation
Santa Anita B
  Co-Chairs:  Craig Allison and Jens Alfredson, UK/Sweden  
  Engine failure induced task load transient for simulation based certification aiding for aircraft
  Jens Alfredson, Luís Trabasso, Niklas Blomstrand, Maria Eckerberg, Linda Klamer,  Johanna Ledin, Jasmine Tarander and 
  Magnus Bang, Sweden
  An analysis of human factors in operational fuel saving
  Daniel Vogel and Ivan Sikora, USA/UK
  Transition from conventionally to remotely piloted aircraft – investigation of possible impacts on function allocation and information accessibility using cognitive work analysis methods
  Max Friedrich, Anne Papenfuß and Andreas Hasselberg, Germany
  Workload and the en route Controller – an overblown issue?
  Richard Rohde, USA
  Data-driven pilot behavior modeling applied to an aircraft offset landing task
  Luís Trabasso, Felipe Turetta, Helon Ayala, Jens Alfredson and Leandro Coelho, Brazil
  Understanding business jet flight deck operation and its challenges through pilots’ perspective
  So Young Kim, USA
Neuroergonomics Theory and Design I
Session 166
Thursday, July 20
16:00 - 18:00
Cognitive & Neuroergonomics 
Santa Anita C
  Chair:  Bridget Lewis, USA  
  Relationship between EEG and ECG findings at rest and during brain activity
  Yuto Nakahata and Hiroshi Hagiwara, Japan
  The necessity of a conceptual framework: Symbiosis between architecture and neuroscience
  Cherif  Amor, USA
  The ambiguity of empathic design:  From a historical and cross-discipline perspective
  Yumei Dong, Hua Dong and Shu Yuan, China
  A trial of intellectual work performance estimation by using physiological indices
  Shutaro Kunimasa, Kyoichi Seo, Hiroshi Shimoda and Hirotake Ishii, Japan
  A neuro-ergonomic approach for assessing pilots’ performance: The effects of cockpit temperature
  Yundong Guo, Youchao Sun and Zongpeng Wang, China
Design and Assistive Technology
Session 167
Thursday, July 20
16:00 - 18:00
Ergonomics in Design
San Gabriel A
  Co-Chairs:  Maria Lucia Okimoto and Teresa Cabral, Brazil/Portugal  
  Clarifying the concept of corporate identity: From collective vision to a cultural interface
  Daniel Raposo, Fernando Moreira da Silva, João Neves and José Silva, Portugal
  Visual perception and contemporary Portuguese type design
  Teresa Cabral, Portugal
  Ergonomics and warning design: Standardization of graphical symbols for safety signs
  João Neves, Fernando Moreira da Silva, Daniel Raposo and José Silva, Portugal
  Usage of mobile phones amongst elderly people in Pakistan
  Zunaira Ilyas Bhutta, Javed Anjum Sheikh, Attiq Khan and Sabah Kayani, Pakistan
  The influence of ergonomics aspects on the use of hydrotherapy devices by individuals with rheumatoid arthritis: The specialists perspective
  Ricardo Rodrigues, Susana Domenech and Marcelo Gomes Ferreira, Brazil
  Eyeing the future of mobile proven stalls through ergonomic innovation
  Bonn Kleiford Seranilla, Lucky John Tutor and Vince Matthew Mutia, Philippines
Human Factors in Patient Care Tools
Session 168
Thursday, July 20
16:00 - 18:00
Human Factors and Ergonomics in Healthcare
San Gabriel B
  Chair:  Kyle Maddox, USA  
  Superficial electromyography, motion analysis and triggered-stereo cameras technologies applied to ultrasound system user interface evaluation
  Federica Vannetti, Tiziana Atzori, Laura Fabbri, Guido Pasquini, Leonardo Forzoni and Claudio Macchi, Italy
  Case study of integrated ergonomic assessment of a cart-based high-end ultrasound system
  Giuseppe Andreoni, Alfredo Goddi, Luca Aiani, Nicola Gaibazzi, Zhang WeiWei, Fabio Rezzonico, Nicola Guraschi,
  Marco Delpiano, Claudio Fertino, Deanna Garcia, Luis Rojas and Leonardo Forzoni, Italy
  Development of a support system for the presumptive diagnosis of glaucoma through the processing of biomedical images of the human eye fundus in Ecuador
  Eduardo Pinos, Susana Encalada, Edwin Gamboa, Vladimir Robles-Bykbaev and William Ipanaque, Ecuador
  Understanding the user experience of transitioning to a new hospital clinical information system
  Melissa Baysari, Amina Tariq, Carol Bryant and Johanna Westbrook, Australia
  A RGB-D sensor based tool for assessment and rating of movement disorders
  Vitoantonio Bevilacqua, Gianpaolo Francesco Trotta, Claudio Loconsole, Antonio Brunetti, Nicholas Caporusso,
  Giuseppe Maria Bellantuono, Irio De Feudis, Donato Patruno1, Domenico De Marco, Andrea Venneri, Maria Grazia Di Vietro,
  Giacomo Losavio and Sabina Ilaria Tatò, Italy
  A comprehensive approach for physical rehabilitation assessment in multiple sclerosis patients based on gait analysis
  Vitoantonio Bevilacqua, Gianpaolo Trotta, Antonio Brunetti, Nicholas Caporusso, Claudio Loconsole, Giacomo Cascarano,
  Francesco Catino, Pantaleo Cozzoli, Giancarlo Delfine, Adriano Mastronardi, Andrea Di Candia, Giuseppina Lelli and
  Pietro Fiore, Italy
  Prevent elderly people from the deterioration of balance performance: Design a training equipment systems
  Yan-Chun Lin, Taiwan
Human Factors in Contemporary Technology Systems II
Session 169
Thursday, July 20
16:00 - 18:00
Human Aspects of Advanced Manufacturing
San Gabriel C
  Co-Chairs:  Boris Brinzer and Shigeru Ikemoto, Germany/Japan  
  Measuring the human aspect:  The key for managing the complexity in production
 Boris Brinzer and Amardeep Banerjee, Germany
  Quality assurance production based problem: A process improvement in the rolling mill line for steel manufacturing company in the Philippines
  Yoshiki Kurata, Marjorie Navales, Darrel Cedron, Michael Marcelino and Tennessee Pening, Philippines 
  Managing the human factor during the working-out  of new technologies and hardware: The reindustrialization conditions
  Evgeny Kolbachev, Russia
  Macro-ergonomic analysis of labor and its influence on the satisfaction and productivity of the workers of an office furniture industry in Brazil
  Tássia Mendes, Ricardo Machado and Leônidas Silva, Jr., Brazil
  Organizations in era of digital culture
  Roman Batko, Anna Szopa, Małgorzata Cwikła and Michał Zawadzki, Poland
  Information stress – new challenges for humanizing the work of software designers
  Andrzej Borucki, Poland
Safety and Ergonomics I
Session 170
Thursday, July 20
16:00 - 18:00
Safety Management and Human Factors
Santa Barbara A
  Chair:  M. Mennozi, Switzerland  
  Training visual vigilance in a complex and naturalistic work environment
  Marino Menozzi, Ying-Yin Huang, Yves Brand and Guido Beldi, Switzerland/Taiwan
  Evaluation of bodily discomfort of employees in a slaughterhouse
  Adriana Tirloni, Diogo Reis, Eliane Ramos and Antonio Moro, Brazil
  Assessments of ergonomic risk and physician diagnosis of musculoskeletal disorders at work: Cases in Taiwan
  Chih-Yong Chen, Kai Li, Liwen Liu and Ching Chen, Taiwan
  Ergonomic evaluation’s contribution in a technological innovation process of meat boning’s work environments
  Ana Oliveira, Ariel Michaloski and Antonio Xavier, Brazil 
  The ergonomic study of the shipping of a drug distribution company
  Edson Mauro Dutra, Guilherme Laureano and Ana Regina De Dutra, Brazil
  Tool for preliminary analysis of ergonomic risk
  Melina Peixoto, Rodrigo Pereira, Enilene Lovatte, Marisa Coser, Alexandre Machado, Arion Rosa, Mario Neto and
  Marcos José Fassarella, Brazil
Risk Assessment and Management
Session 171
Thursday, July 20
16:00 - 18:00
Physical Ergonomics & Human Factors
Santa Barbara B
  Co-Chairs:  Tobias Hellig and Lidia Ghibaudo, Germany/Italy  
  A proposal for field-oriented system to support medical risk management. Support of risk management in small and medium sized hospital
  Akifumi Hiranuma and Yusaku Okada, Japan 
  Risk of developing musculoskeletal disorders in a meat processing plant
  Diogo Reis, Adriana Tirloni, Eliane Ramos and Antonio Renato Moro, Brazil
  Investigation of the effectiveness of European Assembly Worksheet is assessing organizational measures for MSD risk assessment
  Tobias Hellig, Robert Stranzenbach, Alexander Mertens, Christopher Brandl, Vera Rick and Philipp Przybysz, Germany
  A successful ergonomic solution based on lean manufacturing and participatory ergonomics
  Symone A. Miguez, João F. A. Garcia Filho, Jose Eduardo Faustino and Anderson Goncalves, Brazil
  Assessment of ergonomic risks in banana cultivation and production
  Oswaldo Jara, Fanny Ballesteros and Esteban Carrera, Ecuador
  Analysis of eso-skeleton introduction in industrial reality: Main issues and EAWS risk assessment
  Stefania Spada, Lidia Ghibaudo, Maria Pia  Cavatorta, Laura Gastaldi and Silvia Gilotta, Italy
  Upper limb musculoskeletal disorders in German automotive production workers resulting from snap-fit assembly – a nested case-control study
  Johan Ohlander, Mekail-Cem Keskin, Stephan Weiler, Joachim Stork and Katja Radon, Germany
Automation IV
Session 172
Thursday, July 20
16:00 - 18:00
Human Factors in Transportation - Road & Rail
  Co-Chairs:  Neville Stanton and Kirsten Revell, UK  
  A study on the human and the automation in automated driving: Getting to know each other
  Eugen Altendorf,  Raphael Schütz, Yigiterkut Canpolat, Gina Weßel and Frank Flemisch, Germany
  How automation level and system reliability influence driver performance in a cut-in situation
  Jonas Radlmayr, Veronika Weinbeer, Cathrine Löber, Mehdi Farid and Klaus Bengler, Germany
Looking at drivers and passengers to inform automated driver state monitoring of in and out of the loop
  Christopher Cabrall, Veronika Petrovych and Riender Happee, The Netherlands/Sweden
  Planned handover in level 3 autonomous cars: Exploring constraints with cognitive work analysis to inform interaction design
  Kirsten Revell and Neville Stanton, UK
  Taxonomy of traffic situations for the interaction between automated vehicles and human road users
   Tanja Fuest, Lenja Sorokin, Hanna Bellem and Klaus Bengler, Germany
  Gaze concentration to predict reduced vigilance for automated vehicle failures
  Randall Drury, Dean Cisler, Steven Chong, Shawn Mulvey, Pamela Greenwood and Carryl Baldwin, USA
Rail Safety and Design
Session 173
Thursday, July 20
16:00 - 18:00
Human Factors in Transportation - Road & Rail
  Co-Chairs:  Kate Dixon and Kate Bowers, UK/Canada  
  A comparison of three systemic accident analysis methods using 46 SPAD (Signal Passed at Danger) incident
  Kate Dixon, Patrick Waterson and Jo Barnes UK
  Understanding railway employees’ perceptions of managers’ safety commitment
  Kate Bowers and Mark Fleming, Canada
  Human factors design of high-speed train driver’s cab
  Beiyuan Guo and Weining Fang, China
The old meets new: Railway systems co-existing in harmony
  Ntombikayise Ndaki, South Africa
Ergonomics is Urban Design
Session 174
Thursday, July 20
16:00 - 18:00
Human Factors, Sustainable Urban Planning and Infrastructure 
Palos Verdes
  Chair:  Anna Jaglarz, Poland  
  The requirements of human factors and ergonomics for the safe and comfortable stairs versus the escalators
  Zdzislaw Pelczarski, Poland
  Evidence based design a of scooter parking design in Taiwan
  Meng-Cong Zheng, Taiwan
  Human factors in planning of open public urban spaces
  Agata Bonenberg, Poland
  Application and analysis of BIM technology in green building - a case study of green building in China
  Xia Wei, Wojciech Bonenberg, Mo Zhou, Jinzhong Wang and Xiaolei Wang, Poland/China
  The case study of BIM in urban planning and design
  Xia Wei, Wojciech Bonenberg, Mo Zhou, Jinzhong Wang and Xiaolei Wang, Poland/China
  Smart street furniture: Innovation in the concept design process
  Lorenzo Savio, Grazia Cocina, Roberta Gariano, Federico Giampetruzzi, Roberto Pagani, Marco Maria Pedrazzo
  and Roberto Pennacchio, Italy
Accessibility and Ergonomics Modeling in Industry
Session 175
Thursday, July 20
16:00 - 18:00
Usability and User Experience
San Pedro
  Co-Chairs:   Yifen Qiu and Abdulrahman Hafez, China/USA  
  User experience and user acceptance of an augmented reality based knowledge-sharing solution in industrial maintenance work
  Susanna Aromaa, Antti Väätänen, Eija Kaasinen and Mika Hakkarainen, Finland
  Implementation of information management system: Human factors lessons learned from industrial company
  Magdalena Wyrwicka, Barbara Zasada and Beata Mrugalska, Poland
  Sitting comfort for pedal operators
  Yifen Qiu, Pei Zhou, Songtao Zhu, Chaoyi Zhao and Huimin Hu, China 
  An accessibility evaluation of social media through mobile device for elderly
  Abdulrahman Hafez, Kathy Wang and Jessica Arfaa, USA
  Conceptualising mobile interaction scale
  Jean-Eric Pelet and Jashim Khan, France
Human Factors in Energy:  Applications in Energy Generation, Transmission and Consumption
Session 176
Thursday, July 20
16:00 - 18:00
Human Factors in Energy: Oil, Gas, Nuclear and Electric Power Industries
Santa Monica A
  Co-Chairs:  Wimberly Hoyle and Gino Lim, USA  
  A GPP-based sectionalization toward a fast power transmission system restoration
  Saeedeh Abbasi, Masoud Barati and Gino Lim, USA
  Effects of situation awareness for performance with offshore drilling: How does task complexity and criticality interact with elements of situation awareness?
  Wimberly Hoyle, Camille Peres, Ashley Shortz and Ranjana Mehta, USA
  Generation of electricity using embedded product of sensors in highways
  Atchaya Arivalagan and Sowmeya Nagarajan, India
System Interactions in Aviation and Space Missions  
Session 177
Thursday, July 20
16:00 - 18:00
Human Factors and Systems Interaction
Santa Monica B
  Co-Chairs:  Musso Giorgio and Yanfei Liu, Italy/China  
  Habitability issues in long duration space missions far from earth
  Giorgio Musso, Simona Ferraris, Franco Fenoglio, Antonio Zafarana, Adriana Salatino and Raffaella Ricci, Italy
  Performance evaluation of numeric keypad layout based on cognitive workload
  Yanfei Liu, Shoupeng Huang, Yu Tian, Yuzhou Liu, Junsong Li, Feng Fu, Zhiqiang Tian and Jing Bian, China
  A study on the interface of dashboard camera designed for the elderly
  Shu Yao Chang, Shuo-Fang Liu, Ming-Chyuan Lin and Ming-Hong Wang, Taiwan
  Motor imagery brain–computer interface for RPAS command and control
  Rosa Arnaldo, Fernando Gomez Comendador, Luis  Perez and Alvaro  Rodriguez, Spain
  Do age and experience level affect views of pilots’ towards cockpit automation
  Aysen Taylor and T. Steven Cotter, USA
Human Factors, Business Management and Society III
Session 178
Thursday, July 20
16:00 - 18:00
Human Factors, Business Management and Society 
Santa Monica C
  Chair:  Vesa Salminen, Finland  
  Value network development in industry 4.0 environment
  Heikki Ruohomaa, Jussi Kantola and Vesa Salminen, Finland
  Ontology based service environment supports successful aging
  Vesa Salminen, Päivi Sanerma, Seppo Niittymäki and Patrick Eklund, Finland
  Management style, focus and purpose in development of LEAN in university hospital
  Tero Reunanen and Riikka Maijala, Finland
  Identification of factors predictive of nurses’ time pressure and job satisfaction in Ghanaian public hospitals
  Mohammed-Aminu Sanda and Elikplim Cudjoe, Ghana/USA
  Service recovery model based on the fulfillment of the value promise
  Mariana Alfaro, Mexico
  Applying multiple criteria decision-making approach on establishing green marketing auditing criteria in ERP system
  Hui-Chiao Chen, Taiwan
Novel Approaches for Learning and Instruction I
Session 179
Thursday, July 20
16:00 - 18:00
Human Factors in Training, Education, and Learning Sciences
Santa Monica D
  Co-Chairs:  Juan C. Castro-Alonso and Maryam Zahabi, Chile/USA  
  Computerized and adaptable tests to measure visuospatial abilities in STEM students
  Juan Castro-Alonso, Paul Ayres and Fred Paas, Chile/Australia/The Netherlands
  A comparison of virtual reality-based psychomotor task training with visual and haptic aiding
  Wenqi Ma, David Kaber, Guk-Ho Gil, Michael Clamann, Wooram Jeon, Biwen Zhu and Nancy Currie, USA
  Fading scaffolds in stem: Supporting students' learning on explanations of natural phenomena
  Valeria Cabello and Martin Sommer Lohrmann, Chile
  Advance use of training simulator in maritime education and training:  A questionnaire study
  Salman Nazir and Karina Hjelmervik, Norway
  The effect of teacher questions on elementary school students’ written responses on an online stem platform
  Roberto Araya and Enzo Aljovin, Brazil/Chile
  Impact of the dunning Kruger effect on psychology students at the University of Cuenca
  Luis Serpa, Roman Bunay, Karla Flores and Wilson Siguenza, Ecuador
  Exploring the potential of mixed and immersive virtual reality to promote active learning in materials science and engineering education
   Bilal Mansoor, Mustafa Makki, Ali Sheharyar and Tanil Ozkan, Qatar
Industry 4.0 and Smart Service World
Session 180
Thursday, July 20
16:00 - 18:00
Human Side of Service Engineering
Beaudry A
  Chair:   Walter Ganz, Germany  
  Agile development of smart services in manufacturing industries
  Thomas Meiren, Walter Ganz and Ilyas Khan, Germany
  Applying value proposition design for developing smart service business models in manufacturing firms
  Jens Neuhüttler, Inka Woyke and IAO; Walter Ganz, Germany
  The key success factors in the development of platform-based business in China:  Case study on Alibaba and Jingdong
  Wenjuan Zhang, Ming Chen, Wenjia An and Jianan Zhang, China
  Scaling services up: A critical success factor in servitization
  Veronica Martinez, Andy Neely, Pavel Albores and Karolis Šikšnius, UK
  Wisdom service systems: Harmonious interactions between people and machines
  Md Abul Siddike, Kazuo Iwano, Kazuyoshi Hidaka, Youji Kohda and James Spohrer, Japan/USA
Virtual Reality Technologies for Training Applications and C2 Of Unmanned Systems
Session 181
Thursday, July 20
16:00 - 18:00
Human Factors in Robots and Unmanned Systems
Beaudry B
  Co-Chairs:  Katia Estabridis and Iina Aaltonen, USA/Finland  
  Automated collision avoidance developed within a mixed reality system
  Josh Wilkerson, Ryan McGee, Brian Reitz, Roberto Bellido, Katia Estabridis, Gary Hewer and Ryan Erg, USA
  Multimodality evaluation metrics for human-robot interaction needed: A case study in immersive tele-robotics
  Iina Aaltonen, Susanna Aromaa, Kaj Helin and Ali Muhammad, Finland
  VR for divers - redirected swimming
  David Rousseau, USA
Recent Advances in Design for Disability II
Session 182
Thursday, July 20
16:00 - 18:00
Design for Inclusion
San Francisco
  Co-Chairs: Jhonny Pauta-Pintado and Daniele Leonardis, Ecuador/Italy  
  A hybrid approach based on multi-sensory stimulation rooms, robotic assistants and ontologies to provide support in the intervention of children with autism
  Vladimir Robles-Bykbaev, Carlos Arévalo-Fernandez, Eulalia Naranjo-Cabrera, Paúl Quito-Naula, Jhonny Pauta-Pintado,
  Geanina Ávila and Ronald Quezada-Guerrero, Ecuador
  A survey on innovative refreshable braille display technologies
  Daniele Leonardis and Claudio Loconsole, Italy
  Wayfinding for visually impaired pedestrians
  Maria Figueiredo, Portugal
  Wayfinding systems for users with visual disabilities
  Terry Beco, USA
Recent Advances in Inclusive Product and Service Design II
Session 183
Thursday, July 20
16:00 - 18:00
Design for Inclusion
Hollywood Ballroom
  Co-Chairs:  Daniele Busciantella Ricci and Kathryn Summers, Italy/USA  
  Designing to include judges and inner-city tenants
  Kathryn Summers, Amy Pointer and Michele Cotton, USA
  Inclusion in sharing-based services (I-SBS): An analytical tool
  Daniele Busciantella Ricci, Hua Dong, Alessandra Rinaldi and Francesca Tosi, Italy
  Universal design of user interfaces in self-driving cars
  Mexhid Ferati, Pietro Murano and G. Anthony Giannoumis, Norway
  Real-time cognitive load measurement for dynamic modality selection using eye tracking methods
  Azam Majooni, Amir Akhavan and Mona Masood, Malaysia
  Inclusive design of educational environment for diverse people
  Zuzana Ceresnova, Lea Rollova and Danica Koncekova, Slovakia
Medical Simulation: Filling the Training Gap
Session 184
Thursday, July 20
16:00 - 18:00
Human Factors and Simulation
Santa Barbara C
  Co-Chairs:  Mark Mazzeo and Amber Linde, USA  
  Human simulation system for injury assessment due to repetitive loading
  Sultan Sultan, Karim Abdel-Malek, Jasbir Arora and Rajan Bhatt, USA
  Image enhancement using fuzzy set
  Gunamani Jena, Shubhashish Jena and V. Rajesh Bonam, India
  Medical simulation training: targeting medical skills to emulate real-time field injuries
  Amber Linde, Kevin Kunkler and Jona Caridha, USA
Evaluating Expert Performance
Session 185
Thursday, July 20
16:00 - 18:00
Human Error, Reliability, Resilience, and Performance 
San Bernardino
  Co-Chairs:  Stacey Hendrickson and Martin Rasmussen, USA/Norway  
  Are we flooding pilots with data?  Effects of situational awareness automation support concepts on decision-making in modern military air operations
  Christopher Roos and Olaf Brouwer, The Netherlands 
  Comparison of mutual awareness in analog vs. digital control rooms
  Kateryna Savchenko, Heather Medema, Ronald Boring and Thomas Ulrich, USA
  Characteristics analysis for the effect of mental fatigue in monitoring task
  Yiqi Ai, Qianxiang Zhou, Yun Tian and Zhongqi Liu, China
  Evaluation of decision making processes in critical situations
  Lisa Fromm, Christian Plegge, Thomas Alexander and Gundula Zerbes, Germany
  Impact of symptom-based emergency operating procedures on operators’ performance
  Ghulam Farid, Pakistan
Human Factors and Wearable Technologies III
Session 186
Thursday, July 20
16:00 - 18:00
Human Factors and Wearable Technologies
  Co-Chairs:  Steven Truijen and Venere Ferraro, Belgium/Italy  
  Accuracy and efficiency validation of a helmet mounted vibrotactile feedback system for aerodynamic head position during cycling
  Stijn Verwulgen, Thomas Peeters, Jochen Vleugels, Robbie Geyssen, Guido De Bruyne, Wim Saeys and
  Steven Truijen, Belgium
  Wearability and user experience through user engagement: The case study of a wearable device
  Venere Ferraro, Mila Stepanovic and Silvia Ferraris, Italy
  A study of viewpoint and feedback in wearable systems for controlling a robot arm
  Colin Kilby and Anthony Whitehead, Canada
  Enabling touch-based communication in wearable devices for people with sensory and multisensory impairments
  Nicholas Caporusso, Luigi Biasi, Giovanni Cinquepalmi, Gianpaolo Trotta, Antonio Brunetti and Vitoantonio Bevilacqua, Italy
Applied Digital Human Modeling and Simulation III
Session 187
Thursday, July 20
16:00 - 18:00
Digital Human Modeling and Applied Optimization
Emerald Bay
  Co-Chairs:  Akram Bayat and Victor Chan, USA/China  
Enhancing user identification during reading by applying content-based text analysis to eye-movement patterns
  Akram Bayat, Amir Hossein Bayat and Marc Pomplun, USA/Iran
  The modeling of technological trade-off in battery system design based on an ergonomic and low-cost alternative battery technology
  Victor Chan, China
  A virtual reality based evaluation system for the space design of products with consideration of ergonomics
  Ziyue Guo, Dong Zhou, Pengyan Liu and Chuan Lv, China
  Fuzzy two machine flow shop scheduling with a single transporting agent
  Sameer Sharma, Seema Sharma and Kawal Jeet, India

 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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