Call: Ergonomics and Human Factors 2021

Call for Papers

Ergonomics & Human Factors 2021
19-21 April 2021 online
22 April 2021, London
https://conference.ergonomics.org.uk

Submission deadline: 1 November 2020

Taking place over four days, the format of Ergonomics and Human Factors 2021 will reflect all that is best about events:

  • Multiple, engaging and informative live online sessions with presenter and audience interaction.
  • A large range of on-demand recorded content available through a single sign-in website.
  • A day of face to face live lectures, discussion and debate on contemporary topics in a quality London venue.
  • Social networking time including an online quiz and a face to face annual dinner.

CONFERENCE THEMES

We’re now inviting written submissions in either short (4 pages) or long format (8 pages) covering (but not limited to) 6 themes:

  • The Future Human including robotics/ cobotics; wearable technology; AI; online learning
  • Health & Social Care including human factors and Covid-19; PPE; medical device design; healthy ageing
  • Transport & Mobility including autonomous vehicles; novel transport systems; travel and the pandemic
  • The Future Workplace including occupational health; cybersecurity; workspace design
  • The Built Environment including teaching and education; social housing; complex use; smart cities
  • Sustainable Living including ecology and the environment; renewable energy; climate and pollution

PRESENTATION TYPES

You’ll be able to present your topic in one of a number of ways:

  • Live or pre-recorded talks
  • Videos
  • Podcasts
  • Recorded slideshows
  • Digital posters

All accepted papers will be published in the digital proceedings.

DEADLINES

Submission closes: 1 November 2020
Authors notified: 9 December 2020
Final submissions: 10 January 2021

HOW WILL YOU BE INVOLVED?

For all details go to: https://conference.ergonomics.org.uk
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