Final Program  

The AHFE 2019 Final Program (technical sessions and rooms). Technical Sessions will be held on Friday, July 26, Saturday, July 27, and Sunday, July 28, 2019. Registered participants are encouraged to attend all three days.

Opening Session and Keynote Address: 17:00-19:00 Thursday, July 25, 2019,  Columbia Ballroom (Terrace Level)

Conference Reception and Banquet: 19:00 Thursday, July 25, 2019, Columbia Ballroom (Terrace Level)

If you have any question about your presentation or poster then please contact Conference Administration with a detailed message at ahfeadmin@ahfe.org


For inclusion in the conference proceedings, publication and poster sessions in the final program, 
a unique registration of at least one author or co-author per submission is required by: 25 June 2019
   DETAILED FINAL TECHNICAL PROGRAM:
 

 Friday, July 26

  Saturday, July 27

  Sunday, July 28

 
   8:00 - 18:00
  Detailed Technical Program
 8:00 - 18:00
  Detailed Technical Program
 8:00 - 18:00
  Detailed Technical Program
 
    10:00 – 16:00
  Poster Sessions
  10:00 – 16:00
  Poster Sessions
  10:00 – 12:30
  Poster Sessions
 
 
  Detailed Technical Program
SESSION Friday, July 26   •  8:00 - 10:00
TRACK
ROOM
1
Plenary: Neuroegonomics and Cognitive Engineering
Session 1
Friday, July 26
8:00 - 10:00
CN
Cognitive & Neuroergonomics 
Columbia 5
Chair: Hasan Ayaz, USA  
Collaborative brain computer interfaces for group cognitive augmentation
  Riccardo Poli, UK
 
   
2
Plenary: Human Factors in Robots and Unmanned Systems
Session 2
Friday, July 26
8:00 - 10:00
HFRUS
Human Factors in Robots and Unmanned Systems
Columbia 6
Chair: Jessie Chen, USA  
Understanding people for human robot interaction
  Greg Trafton, USA
 
 
3
Symposium: Digital Human Modelling by Women in Human Factors I
Session 3
Friday, July 26
8:00 - 10:00
DHMAO
Digital Human Modeling and Applied Optimization 
Columbia 7
Co-Chairs: Sofia Scataglini and Hyegjoo Choi, Belgium/USA    
A new quantitative kinesiophobia assessment
  Sofia Scataglini, Tahar Ghenimi, Eddy Roosens, Veerle Stevens, Damien Van Tiggelen, Belgium
   
Towards occupant protections for both men and women
  Fusako Sato, Karin Brolin, Mats Svensson, Astrid Linder, Japan
   
Effects of body armor fit on the area of 3D surface coverage
  Hyegjoo Choi, Todd Garlie, Peng Li, Asbed Tashjian, USA
   
Determination of electrical resistance for conductive textiles under simulated wearing environment using modified sweating guarded hotplate
  Hyunjin Koo, Jungsang Lee, Guira Park, Gyeongmin Yi, South Korea
Estimation of preferred work envelope from simulated functional tasks in a spacesuit
  Elizabeth Benson, Sarah Jarvis, K. Han Kim, Jason Norcross, Sudhakar Rajulu, USA
     
4
Sociotechnical Approach to Road Safety (STARS)
Session 4
Friday, July 26
8:00 - 10:00
RR
Human Factors in Transportation: Road & Rail
Columbia 8
Chair:  Neville Stanton, UK  
Socio-technical approach to road safety (STARS)
  Neville Stanton, UK
 
Application of Accimap methodology in road accident investigation in Bangladesh
  Md Shamsul Hoque, Mithun Debnath, Omar Faruqe Hamim, Shahnewaz Hasanat-E-Rabbi, Rich McIlroy, Katie Plant,
  Neville Stanton, Bangladesh/UK
Socio-technical approach to road safety: Attitudes to road traffic safety in Kenya: results of a survey in Nairobi
  Brenda Bunyasi, Gilbert Kokwaro, Sylvia Anyika, James Oyoo, Kevin Otieno, Annette Murunga, Kenya
A comparison of schema-base differences in situation awareness between driver, motorcyclist and pedestrians in mixed traffic situation
  Nam Vu Hoai, Vietnam
Moving from actor maps to systems theoretic accident model and processes models
  Rich McIlroy, Neville Stanton, Katie Plant, UK
 
Attitudes, fatalistic beliefs and risk perception of pedestrians in China
  Adnan Yousaf, Wu Jianping, Mingyu Liu, Linyang Wang, China
   
 
5
Physical Ergonomics and Comfort
Session 5
Friday, July 26
8:00 - 10:00
PEHF
Physical Ergonomics & Human Factors
Columbia 1
  Co-Chairs: Gunther Paul and Nelson Costa, Australia/Portugal    
  Comparing the results of three methods used to predict heart rate-based on energy expenditure
  Sahar Arab, Daniel Imbeau, Philippe-Antoine Dubé, Denise Dubeau, Canada
   
  Can the use of well-adjusted school furniture improve students’ performance?
  Agostinho Fernandes, Paula Carneiro, Nelson Costa, Ana Braga, Portugal
   
  Influence of lumbar support prominence for a car seat in the seating pressure and discomfort perception.
  Luis Ortiz, Fernanda Maradei, Laura Tatiana Gerrero, Paula Andrea Galvis, Colombia
  Analysis of work-related musculoskeletal disorders on office workers at the Industrial University of Santander
  Fernanda Maradei, Jenny Rodriguez, Javier Castellanos, Colombia
  Human sweating measurements
Xiaoli Fan, Chaoyi Zhao, Hong Luo, Wei Zhang, China
   
  Customization of the user-wheelchair seat interface through an iterative experimental-computational process
  Gunther Paul, Leyde Briceno, Joshua Condon, Peter Slattery, Australia
       
6
Information, Design and Visualization
Session 6
Friday, July 26
8:00 - 10:00
ED
Ergonomics in Design
Columbia 2
  Co-Chairs: Joana Lessa and João Brandão, Portugal    
  Water museums and digital media: Two case studies on digital media in water museums
  Joana Lessa, Portugal
   
  A human-computer interaction framework for interface analysis and design
  Sónia Rafael, Victor Almeida, Marco Neves, Portugal
   
  Collaboration: Critical roles of academia-business partnerships and challenges the workforce must face
  Sara Antunes, Rita Almendra, Portugal 
  The ‘place’ that shows the title of a TV series - what to name it and how it has evolved
  Ricardo Pestana, João Brandão, Portugal
   
  Information design in presentation, interpretation and dissemination of natural and cultural heritage
  Cristina Santos, Maria João Neto Pereira, Marco Neves, Portugal
  Communication design and medical procedures: Inform citizens to act in emergency situations
  Marco Neves, Ana Rafaela Poças, Portugal
   
  Color and interaction in journalistic infographics: The case of online Portuguese media
  Rita Salomé Esteves, Marco Neves, Portugal
   
       
7
Ergonomics in Design: Application in Indian Context
Session 7
Friday, July 26
8:00 - 10:00
ED
Ergonomics in Design
Columbia 3
  Co-Chairs:  Ajita D. Singh and Manoj Majhi, India    
  Effects of playing surface on physiological responses and performance variables of hockey players
  Ajita Dsingh, Ajay Deswal, India
Role of postural control exercises and pelvic floor muscle exercises on chronic non-specific low back pain of women with sitting jobs
  Ajita Dsingh, Amanpreet Kaur, India
  The role of organizational factors in development and progression of wrist disorders: Psychosocial aspects
  Arunita Paul, Urmi Salve, India
  Developing a framework that can assist designers to identify and incorporate notable cultural elements into products designed for tourists
  Wanrisa Bok Kharkongor, Debkumar Chakrabarti, India
  Design interventions of an Exergame for fall problem in Indian older adults
  Nilakshi Yein, Swati Pal, India
   
  A re-look into the information in multimedia design and animation theme presentation
  Manoj Majhi, Debkumar Chakrabarti, India
   
       
8
Artificial Intelligence and Social Computing I
Session 8
Friday, July 26
8:00 - 10:00
AISC
Human Factors in Artifiical Intelligence and Social Computing
Columbia 4
  Co-Chairs: Tomek Strzalkowski and Anthony Palladino, USA    
  Relevancy, bias, and coverage in news data scraped for automated social science analytics
  Anthony Palladino, Elisa J. Bienenstock, Skaidra Smith-Heisters, Timothy K. Perkins, Michael Salwen, USA
 

EmoVis – An interactive visualization tool to track emotional trends during crisis events
  Samira Shaikh, Karthik Ravi, Tiffany Gallicano, Michael Brunswick, Bradley Aleshire, Omar El-Tayeby, Sara Levens, USA

  Using information processing strategies to predict message level contagion in social media
  Sara Levens, Omar Eltayeby, Samira Shaikh, Tiffany Gallicano, Michael Brunswick, USA
   
  Social CONVOS:  A new approach to modeling information diffusion in social media
  Tomek Strzalkowski, Gregorios Katsios, Ning Sa, USA
   
Manipulated information dissemination and risk-adjusted momentum return in the Chinese stock market
  Hung-Wen Lin, Jing-Bo Huang, Kun-Ben Lin, Shu-Heng Chen, Taiwan
  Actionable pattern discovery for tweet emotions
  Jaishree Ranganathan, Angelina Tzacheva, Sai Yesawy Mylavarapu, USA
   
Dimensionality reduction to improve the accuracy of recommendation systems
  Remigio Hurtado, Remigio Hurtado, Rodolfo Bojorque, Ecuador
 
 
9
Advances in User Experience, Affordance and Technology
Session 9
Friday, July 26
8:00 - 10:00
SYSI
Human Factors and Systems Interaction
Columbia 9
  Co-Chairs: Adriano B. Renzi and Olnei Fonseca De Almeida, Brazil    
Pharmaceutical online store project: Usability, affordances and  expectations
  Marcelo Guimarães, Rodrigo Zisman, Adriano Renzi, Brazil
 
Social event management system: Users' recommendations
  Thiago Gomes da Silva, Adriano Renzi, Brazil
 
User experience interaction in cross-channel systems: Comparing heuristic evaluations
  Adriano Renzi, Olnei Fonseca De Almeida, Marcos Cesar, Brazil
 
Banking cross-channel system UX evaluation
  Olnei Fonseca De Almeida, Adriano Renzi, Brazil
 
Desatenó: Management system app for buildings
  Evelin Daiane Barreto dos Santos, Adriano Renzi, Brazil
 
Towards machine translation of Chinese complex structures
  Jiali Du, Pingfang Yu, China
 
 
10
Human Factors, Business Management and Society: Business Development
Session 10
Friday, July 26
8:00 - 10:00
HFBMS
Human Factors, Business Management and Society
Columbia 10
  Co-Chairs:  Jussi Kantola and Heikki Ruohomaa, Finland    
Intermediary organization and collaboration platform for SMEs 
  Kodjovi Lotchi, Ebo Kwegyir-Afful, Afnan Zafar, Ari Sivula, Jussi Kantola, Finland
 
Company decision factors while choosing the future location for the future business
  Heikki Ruohomaa, Vesa Salminen, Finland
 
Ecosystem-based development on managing digital transformation
  Heikki Ruohomaa, Vesa Salminen, Finland
 
A model for capturing tacit knowledge in enterprises
  Yehya Soliman, Hannu Vanharanta, Poland/Finland
 
Responsibility caps from strategy to operations in leadership and management - conceptual model
  Tero Reunanen, Finland
ENGINE model- Changing higher education with industry cooperation
  Rauni Jaskari, Timo Holopainen, Tero Reunanen, Martin Grotjahn, Thomas Röhr, Ludger Schneider-Störmann, Finland
Knowledge management model to support a supply chain for timely order delivery in a telecommunications equipment marketing company
  Nicolle Vargas, Denisse Villaverde, Gino Viacava, Carlos Raymundo, Francisco Dominguez, Peru 
 
11
Education in Medicine and Rehabilitation
Session 11
Friday, July 26
8:00 - 10:00
TELS
Human Factors in Training, Education, and Learning Sciences
Columbia 11
  Co-Chairs:  Joanna Bartnicka and Mariusz Stepien, Poland    
The Erasmus+ strategic partnership as a way to attract young people to engineering
  Mariusz Stepien, Anton Rassolkin, Kévin Berger, Toomas Vaimann, Poland
 
Virtual reality in stroke rehabilitation: Educational challenges for medics and patients
  Joanna Bartnicka, Agnieszka Aneta Zietkiewicz, Joanna Roziak, Alicja Kasprzak, Poland
 
Functional evaluation as a new learning area against “functional disability epidemic”
  Joanna Bartnicka, Katarzyna Mleczko, Agnieszka Aneta Zietkiewicz, Cristina Herrera, Constanza Valenzuela, Peter Dieter,
  Poland
Methods and tools for acquiring high-quality skills in digital era - innovative practices and results from 3DSPEC and e-MOTIVE projects
  Dariusz Michalak, Magdalena Rozmus, Poland
A teaching experience of the human-computer interaction course in a Master Program
  Freddy Paz, Freddy Asrael Paz, Arturo Moquillaza, Fiorella Falconi, Peru
 
Cyberloafing in academia: Determinants and impacts
  Anees Baqir, Javed Anjum Sheikh, Hamaad Rafique, Pakistan
 
 
12
Human Factors for Apparel Design/Engineering
Session 12
Friday, July 26
8:00 - 10:00
HFATE
Human Factors for Apparel and Textile Engineering
Columbia 12
Co-Chairs: Longlin Luo and Jia Lyu, China    
  Research on human factors engineering for the innovative design of work clothes for couriers
  Longlin Luo, Xiaoping Hu, China
   
  The application and development of smart clothing
  Jia Lyu, Yue Sui, Dongsheng Chen, China
   
  Dynamic wardrobe from a user's perspective
  Carla Morais, Portugal
   
  Performative approaches in designing costumes: Ergonomics in immersion and storytelling
  Alexandra Cabral, Carlos M. Figueiredo, Portugal
   
  Exploring fashion design methods: understanding human factors in new society contexts
  Luís Santos, Gianni Montagna, Maria João Neto Pereira, Portugal
   
Apparel for aging users
  Cristina Carvalho, Gianni Montagna, Carla Morais, Portugal
 
 
13
Leadership, Change Process and Technology
Session 13
Friday, July 26
8:00 - 10:00
HFML
Human Factors in Management and Leadership
Cardozo
  Co-Chairs:  Christian Vocke and Diana Paola Moreno Alarcon, Germany/France    
  Technology start-up firms’ management of data security and trust in collaborative work with third-parties in a developing economy
  Mohammed Aminu Sanda, Ghana
  Work in the age of artificial intelligence - challenges and potentials for the design of new forms of human-machine interaction
  Wilhelm Bauer, Christian Vocke, Germany
  Production process improvement of automotive wire harnesses enterprise through work teams
  Velia Herminia Castillo Pérez, Mario Corral-Chacón, Liliana Carrasco-Armendariz, Ramon Elizondo, Mexico
  Applying safety leadership and systems thinking to the formal and informal controls approach used in safety and risk management within the French nuclear sector
  Diana Paola Moreno Alarcon, Jean Francois Vautier, Guillaume Hernandez, Franck Guarnieri, France
Leadership and the human factor in an enterprise providing services to the Polish Armed forces 
  Artur Kobylanski, Zbigniew Wisniewski, Malgorzata Wisniewska, Poland
 
A study on concepts development of 'Locavore' for restaurant managers in Taiwan
  Shao-Chieh Lin, Jen-Son Cheng, Shieh-Liang Chen, Peng-Jyun, Taiwan
 
A study of team structure to enable effective product development process implementation
  Shasha Lu, Bin Yao, Chao Zhan, Hongtao Liu, Jin Zhefeng, China
 
   
14
Algorithmic Design and Rapid Prototyping For Cultural Heritage I
Session 14
Friday, July 26
8:00 - 10:00
AMMSP
Additive Manufacturing, Modeling Systems and 3D Prototyping 
Gunston West
  Co-Chairs:  Leonardo Baglioni and Graziano Mario Valenti, Italy    
  An algorithmic approach to VIEWSHEDS analysis for cultural landscape: Manziana and the Bracciano lake area
  Matteo Flavio Mancini, Italy
  Design and digital fabrication of a parametric joint for bamboo sustainable structures
  Francesco Di Paola, Andrea Mercurio, Italy
   
Three renaissance vaults in Milan.  Cultural heritage and digital workflows for BIM modelling
  Cecilia Bolognesi, Fausta Fiorillo, Damiano Aiello, Italy
 
Four projects of Pier Luigi Nervi. A methodology for the construction and 3D print of architectural models
  Federico  Fallavollita, Italy
Parametric design of applied origami with a synthetic computational approach
  Riccardo Foschi, Fabrizio I. Apollonio, Federico Fallavollita, Italy
 
Generative design for printable mass customization jewelry products
  Massimo Di Nicolantonio, Emilio Rossi, Italy
 
 
15
Strategic Decision Making Models in Manufacturing and Service Systems
Session 15
Friday, July 26
8:00 - 10:00
APMPC
Advanced Production Management and Process Control
Embassy
  Co-Chairs:  Yusuf Tansel Ic and İsmail Bıçakcı, Turkey    
  Ergonomic risk evaluation in work stations based on FARE-KEMIRA-M integration
  Pelin Toktas, Gülin Feryal Can, Turkey
   
  Prioritizing workers according to their exposure levels in manual lifting tasks by implementing MCDM approach
  Gülin Feryal Can, Pelin Toktas, Turkey
  A component based model developed for machine tool selection decisions
  Yusuf Tansel Ic, Mustafa Yurdakul, Turkey
   
  A new formulation for level of repair analysis problem with multiple upstream approach in repair network
  İsmail Bıçakcı, Yusuf tansel Ic, Turkey
  Multiple service home health care routing and scheduling problem: A mathematical model
  Asiye Ozge  Dengiz, Kumru Didem Atalay, Fulya Altıparmak, Turkey
   
Order acceptance and scheduling problem: A proposed formulation and the comparison with the literature
  Papatya Sevgin Bıçakcı, İmdat Kara, Turkey
Management model logistic for the use of planning & inventory tools in a selling company of the automotive sector in Peru
  Luis Carazas, Manuel Barrios, Victor Nunez, Carlos Raymundo, Francisco Dominguez, Peru
 
16
Emotional Evidence
Session 16
Friday, July 26
8:00 - 10:00
IPID
Interdisciplinary Practice in Industrial Design
Gunston East
  Co-Chairs:  YoungAe Kim and Joungyun Choi, USA    
  In & out of school: Capturing the lived experiences of Latinx students through images
  Jeremy Swanston, Gerta Bardhoshi, USA
   
  How creative mindset is involved in positive emotions and attitude that affects creative design process
  Joungyun Choi, USA
  Happiness on Instagram – Content analysis and engagement based on attention theory
  Qiuwen  Li , YoungAe Kim, USA
   
  How color coding encourages emotional interactions while using smartphones
  YoungAe Kim, USA
   
  A journey of taking industrial design students into uncharted territories: Designing crowd-sourced playful interactions for a public art event
  Magnus Feil, Milagros Zingoni, USA
  Teaching industrial design through real world markets and manufacturing
  George Chow, USA
   
     
17
Human Factors and Assistive Technology I
Session 17
Friday, July 26
8:00 - 10:00
HFAT
Human Factors and Assistive Technology
Jay
  Co-Chairs:   Anna Szopa and Lama Hamandi, USA/Lebanon    
Evaluation of a multilingual workspace to practice math for visually impaired students
  Islam Elkabani, Lama Hamandi, Rached Zantout, Lebanon
 
The auto-personalization computing project in libraries
  Anna Szopa, Gregg Vanderheiden, Bern Jordan, David Folmar, USA
 
A comparative study of augmented reality assistant tools in assembly
  Lea Daling, Anas Abdelrazeq, Christoph Sauerborn, Frank Hees, Germany
 
The effect of training with a prosthetic hand simulator in adult non-amputees: A controlled pilot study
  Stijn Verwulgen, Erik Haring, Kristof Vaes, Anouck Mees, Bram Raeymaekers, Steven Truijen, Belgium
Human factors in all-terrain wheelchair design for rural population
  Paula Chacon-Cifuentes, A. A. Zuleta, Gustavo Sevilla, Andres Valencia-Escobar, Esteban Correa-Bedoya,
  Felix Echeverria-Echeverria, Colombia
Usability of assistive technology in the workplace: A literature review
  Carolina Alonso, Danielle Silva dox Santos, Francisco  Duarte, Brazil
 
 
18
Healthcare Worker Risk and Diagnosis Systems
Session 18
Friday, July 26
8:00 - 10:00
EHMD
Human Factors and Ergonomics in Healthcare and Medical Devices
Holmead East
  Co-Chairs:  Chuliporn Sopajareeya and Riad Taha Al-Kasasbeh, Thailand/Russia    
  Low back pain and work ability among Thai nurses
  Chuliporn Sopajareeya, Thailand
   
  Evaluation of the impact of the ergonomics of technical systems on the state of health of a human operator with regard to his functional reserve
   Riad Taha Al-Kasasbeh, Nikolay Korenevskiy, Altyn Aikeyeva, Ilyash Maksim, Jordan/Russia
Are teachers more affected by burnout than physicians, nurses and other professionals? A systematic review of the literature
  Myriam  Squillaci, Switzerland
 

Understanding the challenges to the safe delivery of care in the Mexican healthcare system
  Carlos D. de León Zuloaga, Carlos Aceves-Gonzalez, Elvira Perez Vallejos, Rosa Rosales-Cinco, Alexandra Lang,
  Sue Higness, Mexico/UK

  Ergonomic injury risk across ten surgical specialties
  John Vaughan, Yona Vaisbuch, Justin Moore, Ksenia Aaron, Yifei Ma, USA
   
  Quantitative evaluation of pulse diagnosis using capillary blood flow of images
  Yumie Osada, Fuminori Matsuura, Yoshinori Hirano, Xiaodan LU, Tomoko Ota, Hiroyuki Hamada, Noriyuki Kida, Japan
  SENS: A motion feedback device to assist in improving joint motion
  Jeff Feng, Rajeshree Jaiswal, USA
   
 
 
  Refreshments 10:00 - 10:30  • Room: Columbia West  (Terrace Level)
SESSION Friday, July 26   •  10:30 - 12:30
TRACK
ROOM
20
Systemic-Structural Activity Theory
Session 20
Friday, July 26
10:30 - 12:30
CN
Cognitive & Neuroergonomics
Columbia 5
  Co-Chairs: Inna Bedny and Alexander Yemelyanov, USA    
Self-regulation model of decision-making
  Alexander Yemelyanov, USA
 
Application of systemic-structural activity theory to evaluation of innovations
  Inna Bedny, USA
 
Goal-classification and the influence of activity-goal-formation on individuals' systemic-consideration of activity-strategies and decision-outcomes
  Mohammedaminu Sanda, Ghana
Performance evaluation process and express decision
  Alexander Yemelyanov, Alla Yemelyanov, USA
 
Estimation of emotional processes in regulation of the structural afferentation of varying contrast by means of visual evoked potentials
  Sergey Lytaev, Mikhail Aleksandrov, Mikhail Lytaev, Russia
The contribution of Bedny's systemic-structural activity theory to the science of activity
  Fred Voskoboynikov, USA
 
   
21
Physical Ergonomics & Human Factors
Session 21
Friday, July 26
10:30 - 12:30
PEHF
Physical Ergonomics & Human Factors
Columbia 6
  Co-Chairs:  Xingwei Wang and Xiaoli Fan, Taiwan/China    
  Review of the evaluation methods of mental workload
  Xiaoli Fan, Chaoyi Zhao, Huimin Hu, Yuwei Jiang, China
   
  The understanding and influence of the connotation of semantics on the figurative product
  Ching-Yi Wang, Peng Jyun Liu, Taiwan
   
  Experts and novices on the recognition and cognitive differences of brand color
  Ching-Yi Wang, Peng Jyun Liu, Yu-Hsuan Chung, Yu-Ting Chen, Taiwan
   
  Deep learning model to recognize the different progression condition patterns of manual wheelchair users for prevention of shoulder pain
  Jen-Yung Tsai, Yih-Kuen Jan, Ben-Yi Liau, Chien-Liang Chen, Peng-Je Chen, Chih-Yang Lin, Yi-Chun Liu, Chi-Wen Lung,
  Taiwan/USA
  Time frequency analysis of pupillary oscillations sheds light on cognitive workload of operators
  Punit Kumar Bhavsar, Babji  Srinivasan, Rajagopalan Srinivasan, India
   
  Development of ergonomic work station for sewing operations
  Yuvraj Garg, Manoj Tiwari, India
   
  Impact of handwheel size on valve-operators’ torque production capabilities
  Saif Al-Qaisi, Jad Mansour, Yousef Al-Abdallat, Lebanon
   
       
22
Human Resilience in Aviation and Space Systems
Session 22
Friday, July 26
10:30 - 12:30
AVI/
HERRP
Human Factors in Transportation - Aviation
Human Error, Reliability, Resilience, and Performance
Columbia 7
  Co-Chairs:  Kimberly Stowers and Brandon Cuffie, USA    
  Risk culture in commercial air transport industry
  Cengiz Turkoglu, UK
   
  STPA: An engineering method to improve aviation human resilience
  John Thomas, USA
   
  A management science perspective on resilience 
  Kimberly Stowers, Yash Mehta, Youjeong Huh, Lisa Brady, Nicholas Kasdaglis, USA
   
Alternatives for scheduling departures for efficient surface metering in ATD-2:  Exploration in a human-in-the-loop simulation
   Bonny K. Parke, Lindsay K. Stevens, William J. Coupe, Hanbong Lee, Yoon C. Jung, Deborah L. Bakowski, Kimberly Jobe,
   USA
Considerations for passenger experience in space tourism
  Tiziano Bernard, Brandon Cuffie, Sebastien Boulnois, Yash Mehta, Yassine Rayad, Lucas Stephane, USA
Impact of plants in isolation: The EDEN-ISS human factors investigation in Antarctica
  Irene Lia Schlacht, Daniel Schubert, Giorgio Musso, Germany
 
 
23
Social Design, Innovation and Ergonomics I
Session 23
Friday, July 26
10:30 - 12:30
SOE
Social & Occupational Ergonomics
Columbia 8
  Co-Chairs: Nicos Souleles and Ana Margarida Ferreira, Cyprus/Portugal    
Social art: "Echoes of Machin"
  Ana Nolasco, Portugal
 
Sustainable human environment: Mouraria, local color and sense of place of a historical Lisbon neighborhood
  Cristina Pinheiro, Lambert Rozema, Ana Margarida, Portugal/Holland
  Collaborative practices through design and engineering - pilot project to improve the human condition in vulnerable communities
  Joao Bernarda, Ana Margarida Ferreira, Carlos Santos Silva, Rui Costa Neto, Portugal
  Developing portable clean cart with broom and dustpan for street sweepers needs
  Bing Cheng Zhu, Chien-Hsu Chen, Taiwan
 
  Discuss the use of lip gloss and design improvement with universal design
  Peng Jyun Liu, Ching-Yi Wang, Yi Chun Hsieh, Pei Jyun Ku, Taiwan
 
  Application of universal design for design improvement of hangers
  Peng Jyun Liu, Ching-Yi Wang, Yi-Chun Hsieh, Chu-Lin Su, Taiwan
 
  Case study of science communication in ergonomics: Introduction of ErgonomicThon workshop
  Yasuyuki Yamada, Takeshi Ebara, Japan
 
   
24
Ergonomics in Building and Architecture I
Session 24
Friday, July 26
10:30 - 12:30
SUPI
Human Factors, Architecture, Sustainable Urban Planning and Infrastructure
Columbia 1
  Co-Chairs: Jerzy Charytonowicz and Anna Jaglarz, Poland    
  Public toilets - Determinant of the progress of civilization and consciousness of societies or a necessary evil?
  Anna Jaglarz, Poland
  Reconstruction with a change of function – ergonomics of the hotel environment
  Joanna Jablonska, Elzbieta Trocka-Leszczynska, Poland
   
T-house in shaping sustainable housing
  Boguslaw Wojtyszyn, Alicja Maciejko, Poland
 
Ergonomics for children
  Elzbieta Trocka-Leszczynska, Joanna Jablonska, Poland
 
Hygienic-sanitary zones in hotel objects
  Joanna Jablonska, Elzbieta Trocka-Leszczynska, Poland
 
Building as a primary means of preventative care. The postulate of certification of buildings intended for use by the elderly in multi-family housing and collective housing
  Agata Bonenberg, Poland
T-house: Shaping ergonomic and flexible interior in modular form connected with horticultural therapy zone
  Jerzy Charytonowicz, Alicja Maciejko, Agnieszka Skrzypczak, Poland
 
25
User Experience: Smart Phone and Mobile Applications 
Session 25
Friday, July 26
10:30 - 12:30
UUE
Usability and User Experience
Columbia 2
  Co-Chairs:  Soo Kim and Wei Wang, USA    
UTAUT-QiU:  Technology acceptance evaluation model with integrated quality-in-use assessment for mobile UI adapted for low- and post-literate users
  Nikhalesh Patel, Olga Ormandjieva, Kristina Pitula, Canada
The effects of progress indication on the usability of mobile wayfinding process
  Shasha Li, Chien-Hsiung Chen, Taiwan
 
Utilizing wearable eye-tracking technology in mobile app design usability evaluation process
  Wei Wang, USA
 
A training social media mobile app prototype for the elderly: A pilot study
  Abdulrahman Hafez, Yuanqiong (Kathy) Wang, USA
 
Using established UX design techniques and visual enhancements to redesign an enterprise mobile app and improve employee productivity and engagement
  Soo Kim, Ed McFadden, USA
Design and research on evaluation model of user experience on mobile terminal products
  Zhaohui Huang, Yeyi Hong, Xiao Xu, China
 
A study on the landmark design for wayfinding maps in 3D virtual environments
  Mengxi Chen, Chien-Hsiung Chen, Taiwan
 
 
26
Behavioral and Cognitive Science
Session 26
Friday, July 26
10:30 - 12:30
TELS
Human Factors in Training, Education, and Learning Sciences
Columbia 3
  Co-Chairs:  Beth Atkinson and Juan Cristóbal Castro-Alonso, USA/Chile    
The modality effect of cognitive load theory
  Juan Cristóbal Castro-Alonso, John Sweller, Chile
 
How can robotics be integrated into the field of care and acceptance by the population for the use of artificial intelligence be strengthened?
   Ann Kathrin Stinder, Alexander-Maximilian Frische, Daniel Schilberg, Germany
A healthy smartphone application to enhance patient services in Saudi Arabia in a human centered design approach
  Saad Almesalm, May Alfowzan, Hadeel Alajouri, Saudi Arabia
A study of metacognitive problem solving in undergraduate engineering students
  Lisa Elliott, Heather Lum, Faisal Aqlan, Richard Zhao, Catherine Dolores Lasher, USA
 
The effect of screen size on reading speed: A comparison of three screens to print
  Lisa Elliott, Medina Ljubijanac, Danielle Wieczorek, Sarah Hornick, USA
 
Utilizing a hybrid usability assessment for a new on-demand hypoxia training system
  Beth Atkinson, Emily Anania, Sarah Warnham, USA
 
 
27
Panel: Human-Agent Teaming: Soldiers, Sailors, Airmen, and Marines and Their Alliance with Autonomous Unmanned Vehicles
Session 27
Friday, July 26
10:30 - 12:30
HFRUS
Human Factors in Robots and Unmanned Systems
Columbia 4
  Co-Chairs:  Ralph Brewer and Lixiao Huang, USA    
Human–agent teaming with next generation combat vehicles (NGCV): Interaction metrics and models
  Lixiao Huang, Craig Johnson, Nancy Cooke, Eric Holder, USA
Assessment of manned-unmanned team performance: Comprehensive after-action review technology development
    Ralph W. Brewer, II, Anthony J. Walker, E. Ray Pursel, Eduardo J. Cerame, Anthony L. Baker, Kristin E. Schaefer, USA
An uncertainty principle for interdependence: Laying the theoretical groundwork for human-machine teams
  William Lawless, USA
Neurophysiological closed-loop control for competitive multi-brain robot interaction
  Bryan Hernandez, Elijah Sawyers, Landon Bentley, Chris Crawford, Marvin Andujar, USA
 
Human-robotic interactions (HRI) during natural disasters:  Operator states assessments and improvements for effective HRI
  S. Camille Peres, Ranjana Mehta, Robin Murphy, Joesph Nuamah, Yibo Zhu, USA
 
28
Occupational Safety, Defense and Security
Session 28
Friday, July 26
10:30 - 12:30
HFSIM
Human Factors and Simulation
Columbia 9
  Co-Chairs:  Brianna Eiter, and Jennica BellancaUSA    
Naturalistic decision-making analogs for the combat environment
  Thom Hawkins, USA
 
Risk perception with and without workers present in hazard recognition images
  Jennica Bellanca, Brianna Eiter, Jonathan Hrica, Robert Weston, Terrance Weston, USA
 
EXAMiner: A case study of the implementation of a hazard recognition safety intervention
  Brianna Eiter, Jonathan Hrica, USA
 
Development of a mast climbing work platform visual inspection tool
  Bryan Wimer, USA
 
Development of visual elements for accurate simulation
  Timothy Orr, Jennica Bellanca, Jason Navoyski, Brendan Macdonald, William Helfrich, Brendan Demich, USA
Influence of social norms on decision-making against landslide risks in interactive simulation tools
  Pratik Chaturvedi, Varun Dutt, India
 
Assessing a malodor's affective rating in the absence of odor context
  William Pike, Mark Mazzeo, Basiel Makled, Conner Parsey, USA
 
 
29
Human Factors in Virtual Environments I
Session 29
Friday, July 26
10:30 - 12:30
HFGD
Human Factors in Virtual Environments and Game Design
Columbia 10
  Co-Chairs: Evangelos Markopoulos and Antonio Capobianco, UK/Germany    
  Digital cultural strategies within the context of digital humanities economics
  Evangelos Markopoulos, Panagiotis Markopoulos, Mika Luimula, Younus Almufti, Chiara Romano, UK
  Depth sensor based detection of obstacles and notification for virtual reality systems
  Peter Wozniak, Antonio Capobianco, Nicolas Javahiraly, Dan Curticapean, Germany
   
  An investigation of material perception in virtual environments
  Mutian Niu, Cheng-Hung Lo, China
   
  Research on location of emergency sign based on virtual reality and eye tracking technology
  Guilei Sun, China
   
Design of virtual public resilience spaces of traditional cultures
  Jingjing He, Chaoxiang Yang, Michale Straeubig, China/UK
 
 
30
Design in Advertising and Media Communication
Session 30
Friday, July 26
10:30 - 12:30
HFCD
Human Factors in Communication of Design
Columbia 11
  Co-Chairs:  Sunny Sui Kwong Lam and Chi Kit Chan, Hong Kong    
  Understanding how advertising gamification influences consumers: The effect of image experience and interactivity
  Huijie Yao, Yunbo Chen, China
  Locality and local identity discourses in post-handover Hong Kong brand advertisements
  Sui-kwong Sunny Lam, Lai Sim Ng, China
   
  Mainstreaming cultural jamming? Revisiting the socio-cultural impact of viral campaign
  Chi Kit Chan, Anna Wai Yee Yuen, China
   
An investigation into the power of digital media in Hong Kong
  Edward C. K. Hung, China
 
  Emotions in advertising: How emotions affect creativity and communication
  Amic Ho, Lam Sunny, Hong Kong
   
 
31
Algorithmic Design and Rapid Prototyping For Cultural Heritage II
Session 31
Friday, July 26
10:30 - 12:30
AMMSP
Additive Manufacturing, Modeling Systems and 3D Prototyping 
Columbia 12
  Co-Chairs:   Jessica Romor and Graziano Mario Valenti, Italy    
Rapid prototyping for dissemination of perspective treatises
  Leonardo Baglioni, Marta Salvatore, Italy
 
Semantic and procedural approaches in generative modeling for the representation of cultural heritage
  Graziano Mario Valenti, Leonardo Baglioni, Italy
Procedural modeling as a tool for morphological analysis of the design idea
  Jessica Romor, Italy
 
  Resolution analysis of image-based 3D models
  Marta Salvatore, Graziano Mario Valenti, Italy
   
Generative models for experimentation and knowledge of perspective principles
  Graziano Mario Valenti, Marco Fasolo, Flavia Camagni, Italy
 
 
32
Interdisciplinary Design and Education
Session 32
Friday, July 26
10:30 - 12:30
IPID
Interdisciplinary Practice in Industrial Design
Cardozo
Co-Chairs:  Joyce Thomas and Randall Bartlett, USA    
Exploring a new future in collaborative design processes in education
  Joyce Thomas, Jerrod Windham, Suresh Sethi, Manish Arora, USA
 
Industrial design participation in project management
  Randall Bartlett, USA
 
Moving from dependency, wastefulness, and risk toward sustainability and resilience through designed systems
  Carlton Lay, USA
Designing under the influence: Exploring the motivations and obstacles of young design students
  Benjamin Bush, USA
 
Lessons from the archive: Still relevant 50 years later
  David Smith, USA
 
Collaboration models for teaching design within specialized contexts
  Shea Tillman, USA
 
 
33
Design for Health and Wellness
Session 33
Friday, July 26
10:30 - 12:30
IPID
Interdisciplinary Practice in Industrial Design
Gunston West
  Co-Chairs:  WonJoon Chung and Anna Kabjin Kim, Canada    
Experiencing momentum through an effective use of technology in museums
  Anna Kabjin Kim, Eileen Harris, Canada
 
  Better mental healthcare through the built environment
  Alanna Bamber, Canada
   
Leveraging disciplinary and cultural diversity in the conceptualization stages of design
  Alex Close, Eileen Harris, Canada
 
Interdisciplinary approach of the design process for the application of new materials in wheelchair design
  Paula Chacon-Cifuentes,  A. A. Zuleta-Gil, Gustavo Sevilla Cadavid, Andres Valencia-Escobar, Esteban Correa-Bedoya,
  Felix Echeverria-Echeverria, Colombia
Importance of involving children in designing recycling facilities: A case study of Hong Kong children collecting and recycling recyclables
  Kin Wai Michael Siu, Yi Lin Wong, Mei Seung Lam, China
The role of affective design in sustainability
  Guillermo Juarez, Canada
 
 
34
Human Factors in Energy: Oil, Gas, Nuclear and Electric Power Industries
Session 34
Friday, July 26
10:30 - 12:30
ENERGY
Human Factors in Energy: Oil, Gas, Nuclear and Electric Power Industries
Embassy
  Co-Chairs:  Susen Döbelt and Roger Lew, Germany/USA    
Imagine 2025: Prosumer and consumer requirements for distributed energy resource systems business models
   Susen Döbelt and Maria Kreusslein, Germany
Nuclear power plant accident diagnosis algorithm including novelty detection function using LSTM
  Jaemin Yang, Jonghyun Kim, Subong Lee, South Korea
 
  Beyond COSS: Human factors for whole plant management
  Roger Lew, Ronald Boring, Thomas Ulrich, USA
 
  Multivariate assessment of workload in the nuclear power plant main control room: A pilot study in a full scope simulated environment
  Lauren Reinerman-Jones, Jinchao Lin, Gerald Matthews, Daniel Barber, Niav Hughes, USA
   
35
Brain - Machine Interface and Artificial Intelligence (AI) Systems
Session 35
Friday, July 26
10:30 - 12:30
ICEEP
Industrial Cognitive Ergonomics and Engineering Psychology
Gunston East
  Co-Chairs:  Umer Asgher and Noriyuki Oka, Pakistan/Japan    
An application of extended Kalman filter for the pressure estimation in minimally invasive surgery
  Van-Muot Nguyen, Eike Christian Smolinski, Alexander Benkmann, Wolfgang Drewelow, Torsten Jeinsch, Germany
A research agenda for neuroactivities in construction safety knowledge sharing, hazard identification and decision making
  Rita Yi Man Li, China
Impact of auditory alert on driving behavior and prefrontal cortex response in a tunnel: An actual car driving study
  Noriyuki Oka, Toshiyuki Sugimachi, Kouji Yamamoto, Hideki Yazawa, Hideki Takahashi, Jongseong Gwak, Yoshihiro Suda,
  Japan
Recognition of the cognitive state in the visual search task
  Shuomo Zhang, Yanyu Lu, Shan Fu, China
 
Research on the influence of dimension of visual grouping cue for guiding sign recognition
  Zhongting Wang, Ling Luo, Chuanyu Zou, Linghua Ran, Haimei Wu, China
 
Stress measurement in multi-tasking decision processes using executive functions analysis
  Lucas Paletta, Martin Pszeida, Bernhard Nauschnegg, Raphael Marton, Thomas Haspl, Austria
Psycho Web: A machine learning platform for the diagnosis and classification of mental disorders
  Paulina Morillo, Holger Ortega, Diana Chauca, Julio Proaño, Diego Vallejo-Huanga, María Cazares, Ecuador
 
36
Transportation: Maritime
Session 36
Friday, July 26
10:30 - 12:30
MAR
Human Factors in Transportation: Martime
Jay
  Co-Chairs:  Carl Hult and Massimo Di Nicolantonio, Sweden/Italy    
  Towards autonomous shipping – exploring potential threats and opportunities in future maritime operations
  Gesa Praetorius, Carl Hult, Carl Sandberg, Sweden
  Design of a sustainable and accessible royal rig MAXY clipper for single-handed
  Massimo Di Nicolantonio, Italy
   
Evaluating the impact of increased volume of data transmission on teleoperated vehicles
  Kiome Pope, Aaron Roberts, Christopher Fenton, Neville Stanton, UK
 
A novel target motion analysis interface: helping operators get the gist?
Interfaces with legs? Documenting the design sprint of prototype future submarine control room user interfaces
  Daniel Fay, Aaron Roberts, Neville Stanton, UK
Enhancing maritime search and rescue capabilities with unmanned aerial systems – practical requirements and solution approach
  Thomas Luebcke, Aylin Gözalan, Philipp Gorczak, Germany
The interaction of basic regulations with imperfect  decision aiding in simulated maritime collision avoidance
  Nicholas Fitzgerald, Christopher Wickens, Cap Smith, Benjamin Clegg, Gautham Vijayaragavan, Adam Williams, USA
 
37
New Trends of Development and Application of Risk Analyses Methods in the Strategy of Industry 4.0
Session 37
Friday, July 26
10:30 - 12:30
PEHF
Physical Ergonomics & Human Factors
Holmead East
  Co-Chairs:  Juraj Sinay and Hana Pacaiova, Slovak Republic    
  Risk-based thinking methodology and its influence on occupational health and safety processes
  Hana Pacaiova, Anna Nagyova, Milan Oravec, Slovakia
   
  Effective tools to eliminate dangerous practices in the performance of work
  Karol Habina, Jan Trcka, Slovakia
   
Lift as a subject of risk analysis in the context of smart buildings
 Juraj Glatz, Juraj Sinay, Marianna Tomašková, Marta Vargová, Slovakia
 
Study of forklift cab shape design based on behavior analysis
  Jing Ou, Yunshuang Zheng, Jun Yi, Bing Guo, China
 
Risk assessment software tools
  Jan  Donic, Slovakia
 
 
  Lunch Break 12:30 - 13:30   •    Enjoy lunch at the restaurant of your choice
SESSION Friday, July 26  •  13:30-15:30
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39
Emotion, Culture and Society
Session 39
Friday, July 26
13:30-15:30
APD
Affective and Pleasurable Design
Columbia 5
  Co-Chairs:  Shuichi Fukuda, Yuuki Shigemoto and Matthias Hillner, Japan/Singapore  
  A big shift in engineering: From product to society
  Shuichi Fukuda, Japan
   
  Artificial intelligence and natural intelligence
  Shuichi Fukuda, Japan
 
  Designing emotional product design: When design management combines engineering and marketing
  Yuuki Shigemoto, Japan
  Design and research of infusion assistant products for children:  Take the design of children's infusion hand plate and the mask of medical staff as an example
  Qian Ji, Zhao Yiming, Lili Liu, Duanzhen Zhu, China
  User-centered design research: Case study of baby bottle sterilizer design
  Ying Cao, Chen Chen, China
   
  Time consciousness in relation to emergent typography
  Matthias Hillner, Singapore
   
  The lived experience of healthcare staff in the contemporary hospital environment in Montreal
  Hammouni Zakia, Tiiu Poldma, Canada
   
     
40
Understanding and Monitoring Human Performance Under Highly Ecological Settings
Session 40
Friday, July 26
13:30-15:30
CN/CCIoT
Cognitive & Neuroergonomics/
Cognitive Computing and Internet of Things (IoT)
Columbia 6
  Co-Chairs:  Frédéric Dehais and Daniel Callan, France/Japan  
  Measuring mental fatigue using a 32 dry EEG system in real flight condition
  Daniel Callan, Frédéric Dehais, Japan
 
  Making sense of noisy data collected from wearables to monitor human performance “in-the-wild”
  Tiago Falk, Canada
 
  Cognitive flexibility modulates pilot decision-making under uncertainty: An eye-tracking and fNIRS study
  Julia Behrend, Frederic Dehais, France
  Neuroergonomics on the road to enhance vehicle-operator communications
  Carryl Baldwin, USA
 
  Neurocognitive and physiological monitoring using dry wearable sensors within an ice during 14-day simulated lunar/Martian missions
  Tim Mullen, USA
  Investigations enabled by human performance monitoring to address urban air mobility challenges
  Angela Harrivel, Chad Stephens, Jon Holbrook, Eric Chancey, James Comstock, Kellie Kennedy, Joanne Walton, USA
     
41
UX in Design
Session 41
Friday, July 26
13:30-15:30
ED
Ergonomics in Design
Columbia 7
  Co-Chairs:  Paulo Noriega and Eric Brangier, Portugal/France  
  Measure of the lived and functional effects of gamification: An experimental study in a professional context
  Eric Brangier, Cathie Marache-Francisco, France
  Natural human-computer interfaces' paradigm and cognitive ergonomics
  Victor Almeida, Sónia Rafael, Marco Neves, Portugal
 
  Evaluation of the concept of smart city gamification from a user centered design perspective
  Francisco Rebelo, Paulo Noriega, Tiago Oliveira, Portugal
 
  Grains of memory: User experience in the SandBox interactive installation
  Adriana Moreno, Arminda Guerra Lopes, Monica Mendes, Portugal
 
  Visual storytelling - Creative strategy of visual clues promoted by archetypal images
  Jose Silva, Daniel Raposo, João Neves, Fernando Moreira da Silva, Portugal
 
     
42
Tasks, Errors and Personal Resilience
Session 42
Friday, July 26
13:30-15:30
HERRP
Human Error, Reliability, Resilience, and Performance
Columbia 8
  Co-Chairs:  Valerie Rice and Gary Boykin, USA  
  Self-reported stress-related coping strategies and perceived stress among a sample of active duty and veteran U.S. military service members
  Valerie Rice, USA
  Training for readiness and resilience: Supplemental findings
 Lauren Hallal-Kirk, Debra J. Patton, Joan Johnston, Laura Milham, Lisa Townsend, Dawn Riddle, USA
  Physical readiness is more than physical fitness: Relationships between army physical fitness test scores and self-reports of physical and psychological fitness
  Gary Boykin, Valerie Rice, USA
  Which mindfulness meditation delivery method yields the greatest benefits?
  Valerie Rice, Cory Overby, USA
 
  Measuring medical readiness in studies with military samples
  Helen Phipps, Paul Schroeder, Lewis Nichols, Jorge Pena, Joshua Duncan, David Tucker, USA
 
  Quantifying, visualizing, and predicting radiation oncology process reliability using incident learning system data
  Thomas Howell, Lukasz Mazur, USA
  An estimation and comparison of human abilities to communicate information through pursuit tracking vs. pointing on a single axis
  Michael Blandino, Edgar Berdahl, R. William Soukoreff, USA
     
43
Agile Manufacturing
Session 43
Friday, July 26
13:30-15:30
MFG
The Human Aspects of Advanced Manufacturing: Managing Enterprise of the Future
Columbia 1
  Co-Chairs:  Stefan Trzcielinski and Sebastian Pimminger, Poland/Austria    
  The relation of pro-exploitation attributes with selected criterion of agility of public transport vehicles manufacturing
  Joanna Kałkowska, Poland
  The influence of macroenvironment changes on agility of enterprise
  Stefan Trzcielinski, Poland
 
  Lean manufacturing model in a make to order environment in the printing sector in Peru
  Adriana Becerra, Alessandro Villanueva, Victor Nunez, Carlos Raymundo, Francisco Dominguez, Peru
  Agile management methods in an enterprise based on cloud computing
  Michal Trziszka, Poland
 
     
44
Safety and Human Factors at a Societal Level
Session 44
Friday, July 26
13:30-15:30
SMHF
Safety Management and Human Factors
Columbia 2
  Co-Chairs:  Regina Pope-Ford and Paulo Maldonado, USA/Portugal    
  Dynamic façades: Optimization of natural light at workplaces
  Sandra Preto, Portugal
   
  Cubo: Communication system for children with autism spectrum disorders
  Sofia Espadinha, Paulo Maldonado, Portugal
   
  Parent awareness of smartphone use and its health impact
  Regina Pope-Ford, USA
   
Human listener’s misperception between signal comprehension in noise and noise acceptability
  Bankole Fasanya, USA
  Development of working at height management system based on legislation in Malaysia
  Ezrin Hani Sukadarin, Law Peng Hang, Malaysia
   
  Inspiration mining: Intersecting improbable connections in a new landscape of cultural reflection and influence
  Paulo Maldonado, Leonor Ferrão, Portugal
       
45
Automation I
Session 45
Friday, July 26
13:30-15:30
RR
Human Factors in Transportation: Road & Rail
Columbia 3
  Co-Chairs:  Neville Stanton and Ata Khan, UK/Canada  
  Bayesian artificial intelligence-based driver for fully automated vehicle with cognitive capabilities
  Ata Khan, Canada
 
  A survey study to explore comprehension of autonomous vehicle's communication features
  Shuchisnigdha Deb, Daniel Carruth, Lesley Strawderman, USA
 
A novel method for designing metaphor based driver-vehicle interaction concepts in automated vehicles
  Jan Bavendiek, Emily Oliveira, Lutz Eckstein, Germany
  How should automated vehicles communicate? – Effects of a light-based communication approach in a Wizard-of-Oz study
  Ann-Christin Hensch, Isabel Neumann, Matthias Beggiato, Josephine Halama, Josef Krems, Germany
  Pimp my ride - personalisation vs customisation of alerts and feedback in semi-autonomous vehicles.
  Kirsten Revell, Neville Stanton, James Brown, UK
  Model of driving skills decrease in the context of autonomous vehicles 
  Darina Havlíčková, Petr Zámečník, Eva Adamovská, Adam Gregorovič, Václav Linkov, Aleš Zaorall, Czech Republic
     
46
Ergonomics in Building and Architecture II
Session 46
Friday, July 26
13:30-15:30
SUPI
Human Factors, Sustainable Urban Planning and Infrastructure
Columbia 4
  Co-Chairs: Anna Jaglarz and Jerzy Charytonowicz, Poland  
  Ergonomics of sound in a hotel environment
  Elzbieta Trocka-Leszczynska, Joanna Jablonska, Poland
 
  Designing public toilets in the historic urban landscape. Analysis based on the polish cities
  Anna Jaglarz, Poland
 
  Landscape-solutions of sports and tourist complexes in the Karkonosze Mountains:  Examples of sustainable development
  Anna Wojtas-Haran, Poland
  Automated clash free rebar design in precast concrete exterior wall via generative adversarial network and multi-agent reinforcement learning
  Pengkun Liu, Jiepeng Liu, Liang Feng, Wenbo Wu, Hao Lan, China
  An attempt to assess the need and potential of aesthetic regeneration to improve walkability and ergonomic experience of urban space
  Tanima Bhattacharya, Suparna Dasgupta, Joy Sen, India
  Design and thinking of urban ecological symbiosis community under the background of globalization
  Chen Liexue, Zhou Wuzhong, China
     
47
User Experience in Healthcare and Medical Applications
Session 47
Friday, July 26
13:30-15:30
UUE
Usability and User Experience
Columbia 9
  Co-Chairs:   Berglind Smaradottir and Richard Horst, Norway/USA  
  User experiences and satisfaction with an electronic health record system
  Berglind Smaradottir, Rune Fensli, Norway
 
  Classification of similarly looking drugs by human perception as compared with unsupervised learning results
  Jinhyung Kim, Minjee Park, Choeun Kim, Byeol Kim, Eunah Choi, Taezoon Park, South Korea
  Comparing formative and summative approaches in the usability testing of medical devices
  Richard Horst, USA
 
  The Impact of binaural beats on user performance and emotions using a BCI for robot control
  Lizette De Wet, Lourens Potgieter, South Africa
 
  The effects of clinical task interruptions on subsequent performance of a medication pre-administration task
  Craig Williams, Phillip Morgan, Gary Christopher, Nancy Zook, Rebecca Hoskins, UK
     
48
Human-Machine Interaction Applications
Session 48
Friday, July 26
13:30-15:30
SYSI
HHuman Factors and Systems Interaction
Columbia 10
  Co-Chairs:  Ricardo Vigário and Jorge Perez Medina, Portugal/Ecuador    
Detecting human factors that induce errors in movement patterns for the development of a web-based telerehabilitation platform
  Wilmer Esparza, Jonathan Baldeon, Jorge Luis Pérez Medina, Karina Jimenes Vargas, Ecuador
Prescriptive and descriptive similarity of team contexts
  Daichi Mitsuhashi, Taro Kanno, Daisuke Karikawa, Satoru Inoue, Kohei Nonose, Kazuo Furuta, Japan
Towards a mobile phone pupillometer
  Ricardo Vigário, Mariana Santos, Raúl Vences, Carla Quintão, Portugal
 
RehabVisual: An application to stimulate visuomotor skills in preterm babies with developmental alterations
  Cláudia Quaresma, Catarina Santos, Ana Ferreira, Carla Quintão, Portugal
The use of voice controlled interface in a human computer interaction experiment using the Kinect v. 5.4 software: Challenges of a rainbow nation
  Lesedi Milanzi, South Africa
 
49
Human Factors, Business Management and Society: Social and Digital Views
Session 49
Friday, July 26
13:30-15:30
HFBMS
Human Factors, Business Management and Society
Columbia 11
  Co-Chairs:  Evangelos Markopoulos and Ebo Kwegyir-Afful, UK/Finland  
  Understanding the nature of entrepreneurial leadership in the startups across the stages of the startup lifecycle
  Evangelos Markopoulos, Nino Dvalidze, UK
  Host country nationals’ perceptions of expatriates and social support:  Does host country nationals’ position matter?
  Evans Sokro, Ghana
  The new trends in research on social responsibility of the university
  Marcin Geryk, Poland
 
  Investigation on the value judgment criteria of customized garment products by mass consumers
  Jun Yin, Hui Tao, Xuewei Jiang, China
 
  Econometric modeling of the efficiency in the generation of electric power in Chile
  Ana María Vallina-Hernández, Rodrigo Estay, Hanns De la Fuente-Mella, Chile
 
  Dignified corruption and societal pressure: The irony of Ghana’s corruption menace
  Reginald Arthur, Olivia Anku-Tsede, Ghana
 
     
50
Internationalization in Learning Science
Session 50
Friday, July 26
13:30-15:30
TELS
Human Factors in Training, Education, and Learning Sciences
Columbia 12
  Co-Chairs:  Florentin Popescu and Mark Livingston, The Netherlands/USA  
  Mapping, measuring and assessing internationalization. A Dutch–Russian perspective
  Dmitry Shtykhno, Florentin Popescu, Roman Iskandaryan, Tijmen Weber, Rob Warmenhoven, Netherlands
  Comprehensive internationalization at HAN University of Applied Sciences. Administrative leadership, structure, and staffing
  Florentin Popescu, The Netherlands
  Opening up higher education: An e-Learning program on service-learning for university students
  Covadonga Lorenzo, Epifanio Lorenzo, Spain
 
  Human factors in digital transformation of education: Lessons learned from the Future Gate at Saudi K‐12
  Yousef Al-Ohali, Mohammed Alhojailan, Nikos Palavitsinis, Jad Najjar, Anastasios Koutoumanos, Ahmed AlSuhaibani,
  Saudi Arabia
  Digital skills and new media and information literacy in the conditions of digitization
  Valentina Milenkova, Diliana Keranova, Dobrinka Peicheva, Bulgaria
 
 

A query generation technique for measuring comprehension of statistical graphics
  Mark Livingston, Derek Brock, Jonathan Decker, Dennis Perzanowski, Christopher Van Dolson, Joseph Mathews
  Alexander Lulushi, USA

     
51
Human, Artificial Intelligence, and Robot Teaming  
Session 51
Friday, July 26
13:30-15:30
HFRUS
Human Factors, Business Management and Society
Cardozo
  Co-Chairs:  Nancy Cooke and Lixiao Huang, USA      
  Relational factors in human-agent teaming: Exchange structures and accountability
  Erin Chiou, USA
 
  Predicting human performance for the optimization of human-robot collaboration
  Hong Cai, Yasamin Mostofi, USA
 
  Team trust and resilience in human-autonomy teaming
  Mustafa Demir, Nancy Cooke, USA
 
  Lessons learned in designing a synthetic task environment using Minecraft
Glenn J. Lematta, Pamela B. Coleman, Erin K. Chiou, Nathan J. McNeese, Mustafa Demir, Nancy J. Cooke, USA
  Human machine collaborative planning and optimization
  Lindsay Sanneman, Julie Shah, USA
 
  Humans and robots in off-normal applications and emergencies
  Robin Murphy, USA
 
  Conveying robot state and intent nonverbally in military-relevant situations: An exploratory survey
  Lauren Boos, Lilia Moshkina, USA
     
52
Human Factors in Cybersecurity: Applications and Privacy Research
Session 52
Friday, July 26
13:30-15:30
CYBER
Human Factors in Cybersecurity
Gunston West
  Co-Chairs:  Rick van der Kleij and Isabella Corradini, The Netherlands/Italy  
  Attempting to reduce susceptibility to fraudulent computer pop-ups using incentivized malevolence cue identification training
  Phillip Morgan, Robinson Soteriou, UK
  Cyber resilient behavior: Integrating human behavioral models and resilience engineering capabilities into cyber security
  Rick van der Kleij, Rutger Leukfeldt, The Netherlands
  An international extension of Sweeney's data privacy research
  Wayne Patterson, Cynthia Winston-Proctor, USA
 
  The human factor in managing the security of information
  Malgorzata Wisniewska, Zbigniew Wisniewski, Katarzyna Szaniawska, Michal Lehmann, Poland
 
  Beyond passwords: Enforcing username security as the first line of defense
  Nicholas Caporusso, Thaier Fandakly, USA
 
  Social engineering and the value of data: The need of specific awareness programs
  Isabella Corradini, Enrico Nardelli, Italy
 
  Investigation and user's web search skill evaluation for eye and mouse movement in phishing of short message
  Takeshi Matsuda, Michio Sonoda, Masashi Eto, Hironobu Satoh, Tomohiro Hanada, Nobuhiro Kanahama, Hiroki Ishikawa,
  Ryutaro Ushigome, Seiha Yoshimitsu, Japan
     
53
Design for Inclusion: Building Environment, Public Spaces and Communities
Session 53
Friday, July 26
13:30-15:30
DI
Design for Inclusion
Embassy
  Co-Chairs:  Avril Accolla and Francesco Spagnoli, China/Italy  
  Development of an anthropometric protocol for wheelchair users: Guiding the decision-making for designing inclusive spaces
  Libertad Rizo, Adrián Leal-Pérez, John Rey-Galindo, Carlos Aceves-Gonzalez, Elvia Luz González-Muñoz, Mexico
  A new inclusive housing prototype
  Francesco Spagnoli, Italy
   
  Assessing accessibility and safety conditions in an urban environment: What do pedestrians perceive? 
  Carlos Aceves-González, Libertad Rizo-Corona, Rosa Rosales-Cinco, John Rey-Galindo, Karthikeyan Ekambaram,
  Maricela Ramos-Tachiquín, Mexico
  Bioclimatic design approach for low-income dwelling at Monte Sinahí, Guayaquil
  Boris Forero, Jesús Rafael Hechavarría Hernández, Robinson Vega Jaramillo , Ecuador
   
  Creating an accessibility index for large built environments
  Wajdi Wazzan, Saudi Arabia
   
  Designing a pilot system for sustainable villages for all
  Avril Accolla, China
   
  Co-design of public spaces for intercultural communication, diversity and inclusion.
  Alessandra Rinaldi, Maurizio Caon, Leonardo Angelini, Omar Abou Khaled, Elena Mugellini, Italy
       
54
Communication Design and Practices
Session 54
Friday, July 26
13:30-15:30
HFCD
Human Factors in Communication of Design
Gunston East
  Co-Chairs:  Amic Ho and Joungyun Choi, Hong Kong/USA  
  Nudge users to healthier decisions: A design approach to encounter misinformation in health forums
  Mahdi Ebnali, Cyrus Kian, USA
  How the creative mindset operates with respect to creative performance: pedagogical factors that ignite the creative mindset in design education
  Joungyun Choi, USA
  Exploration and thinking on the cultural communication of Guangdong museum
  Xiaobao Yu, Ting Wang, China
 
  Bullet points: Applying emotional symbols in information management
  Amic Ho, Hong Kong
 
  Impact of inspiration sources on designer's idea generation strategy
  Xinyu Yang, Jianxin Cheng, China 
 
     
55
Artificial Intelligence and Social Applications II
Session 55
Friday, July 26
13:30-15:30
AISC
Human Factors in Artifiical Intelligence and Social Computing
Jay
  Co-Chairs:  Stella Angova and Mireya Zapata, Bulgaria/Ecuador  
  Axonal delay controller for spiking neural networks based on FPGA
  Mireya Zapata, Jordi Madrenas, Miroslava Aracely Zapata, Jorge Alvarez, Ecuador
 
  Academic quality management system audit using artificial intelligence techniques
  Rodolfo Bojorque, Fernando Pesántez, Ecuador
 
  Ensemble-based machine learning algorithms for classifying breast tissue based on electrical impedance spectroscopy
  Sam Matiur Rahman, Md Asraf Ali, Omar Altwijri, Mahdi Alqahtani, Nasim Ahmed, Nizam U. Ahamed,
  Bangladesh/Saudi Arabia/New Zealand/Malaysia
  Cognitive solutions in the enterprise: A case study of UX benefits and challenges
  Jon Temple, Brenda Burkhart, Ed McFadden, Claude Elie, Felix Portnoy, USA
   
  Research on accuracy of flower recognition application based on convolutional neural network
  Jing-hua Han, Chen Jin, Li-Sha Wu, China
   
  AI-based children monitoring support system using accident situation knowledge database and RGB-D camera
  Fumiya Mitsuhashi, Koji Kitamura, Yoshifumi Nishida, Hiroshi Mizoguchi, Japan
  Innovation and artificial intelligence
  Muhammad Sohaib Shakir, Zarina Bibi, Farhat Mehmood, Pakistan
   
     
56
Human Factors and Assistive Technology II
Session 56
Friday, July 26
13:30-15:30
HFAT
Human Factors and Assistive Technology
Holmead East
  Co-Chairs: Matteo Zallio and Brittani Washington, USA    
  Meaningful age-friendly design. Case studies on enabling assistive technology
  Matteo Zallio, Damon Berry, Larry Leifer, USA
 
  Proper implementation of website features affecting the use of screen readers
  Brittani Washington, Jinjuan Feng, USA
 
  Assistive technologies for elderly – review on recent developments in lower limb and back pain management
  Murali Subramaniyam, Kishore Kumar Sampath, Dinesh Shanmugam, Dong Joon Kim, Kyung Sun Lee, Park Se Jin,
  Seung Nam Min, India/South Korea
  Proposal of a technological ergonomic model for people with disabilities in the public transport system in Guayaquil
  Bryan Colorado Pástor, Milagros Fois, Maikel Leyva Vázquez, Jesús Rafael Hechavarría Hernández, Ecuador
  Sequaca – Cognitive rehabilitation game kit for treatment of neurocognitive disorders
   Camila Ruttimann, Elyssar Karatli, Anna de Norões, Luiza Rebello, Giuseppe Amado, Brazil
 
  Implementation of an electronic device for multisensory stimulation: Visual, auditory, memory and attention for children from 2 to 5 years old
  Omar Alvarado, Alejandro Alvarado, Jorge Prado, Maria del Carme Cordero, Maria Rosa Pazmiño, Tamara Vazquez, Ecuador
     
57
Artificial Intelligence and Social Applications I
Session 57
Friday, July 26
13:30-15:30
AISC
Human Factors in Artifiical Intelligence and Social Computing
Kalorama
  Co-Chairs:  Chuan-Jun Su and Nicholas Caporusso, Taiwan/USA    
  Ubiquitous fitting: Ontology-based dynamic exercise program generation
  Chuan-Jun Su, Yi-Tzy Tang, Shi-Feng Huang, Yi Li, Taiwan
   
  Machine self-confidence in autonomous systems via meta-analysis of decision processes
  Brett Israelsen, Nisar Ahmed, Eric Frew, Brian Argrow, Dale Lawrence, USA
   
  Cascading convolutional neural network for steel surface defect detection
  Chih-Yang Lin, Cheng-Hsun Chen, Ching-Yuan Yang, Fityanul Akhyar, Chao-Yung Hsu, Hui-Fuang Ng, Taiwan
  A meta-language approach for machine learning
  Nicholas Caporusso, Peng Zhang, Trent Helms, USA
 
  Framework of sensor inconsistency detection system for nuclear power plants
  Jeonghun Choi, Seung Jun Lee, South Korea
 
     
  Refreshments 15:30-16:00       Room: Columbia West  (Terrace Level)
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58
Emotional Interaction Design
Session 58
Friday, July 26
16:00-18:00
APD
Affective and Pleasurable Design
Columbia 5
  Co-Chairs:  Masashi Okubo and Yoshihiro Sejima, Japan  
  Influence of visual non-verbal information on information transmission to audience
  Akihiro Tatsumi, Kazuyuki Seki, Masashi Okubo, Kazuyuki Seki, Japan
 
  Development of a pupil response system with empathy expression in face-to-face body contact
  Yoshihiro Sejima, Yoichiro Sato, Tomio Watanabe, Japan
 
  An experimental study on evaluating glare in blue light exposure
  Daisuke Miyazaki, Kimi Ueda, Hirotake Ishii, Hiroshi Shimoda, Souma Kawamoto, Wakako Takekawa, Japan
  Analysis of answering time data for cognitive task to investigate intellectual concentration
  Kimi Ueda, Shota Shimonaka, Kosuke Sugita, Wakako Takekawa, Hiroshi Shimoda, Hirotake Ishii, Fumiaki Obayashi, Japan
  Research on platform design with tolerance of non-errors in user successive design
  Kun Chen, Dingbang Luh, China
 
  Evaluating similarities in visual product appearance for brand affiliation
  Matthias Sebastian Fischer, Daniel Holder, Thomas Maier, Germany
 
  Case study on innovative design of PTC peripheral products based on caring people
  Huabin Wang, China
 
     
59
Human-Machine Teaming and Leadership at the U.S. Air Force Academy
Session 59
Friday, July 26
16:00-18:00
CN
Cognitive & Neuroergonomics
Columbia 6
  Co-Chairs:  Chad Tossell and Ewart de Visser, USA  
  Teaming with agents: Agent mitigated decision making and conflict mediation
  Kerstin Haring, Jessica Tobias, Justin Waligora, Gale Lucas, Jonathan Gratch, Ewart de Visser, Chad Tossell, USA
  Autonomy in operational environments
  Nathan Tenhundfeld, Ewart de Visser, Chad Tossell, Victor Finomore, USA
 
  The critical mission: Human-machine teaming and leadership at the U.S. Air Force Academy
  Ewart de Visser, Chad Tossell, USA
 
  Future horizons with human-machine teaming and leadership at the U.S. Air Force Academy
  Ewart de Visser, Chad Tossell, USA
 
  Communication and control for human-robot teaming
  Elizabeth Phillips, USA
 
  Basic influence process in human machine teaming
  Christopher Kelley, Kerstin Haring, USA
 
     
60
Visual Ergonomics and Visual Performance
Session 60
Friday, July 26
16:00-18:00
ED
Ergonomics in Design
Columbia 7
  Co-Chairs: Leonor Ferrão and João Neves Portugal  
  Effects of screen brightness on visual performance under different environments
  Qi Tian, Linghua Ran, China
 
  Influence of the restrictions on the range of view from the cockpit in operation of a hydraulic excavator
  Kazuyuki Matsumura, Masaru Ito, Seiji Saiki, Yoichiro Yamazaki, Yuichi Kurita, Japan
  Color in glossolalia: Red in western culture (Part II)
  Leonor Ferrão, Portugal
 
  Contribution of visual ergonomics to a holistic view of the symbols applied in touristic and cultural signage: The Portuguese case
  João Neves, Fernando Moreira da Silva, Daniel Raposo, Jose Silva, Portugal
  Universal design for enhancing accessibility of the visually impaired in touristic environments
  Carlos Arce-lopera, Juan Jimenez, Camilo Montoya, Jose Giraldo, Colombia
 
     
61
Design for People
Session 61
Friday, July 26
16:00-18:00
PEHF
Physical Ergonomics & Human Factors
Columbia 8
  Co-Chairs:  John Smallwood and Marek Bures, South Africa/Czech Republic
  Strength and motor function in an aging population in dependence to work position
  Marek Bures, Věra Čadková, Czech Republic
 
  Observing or experiencing - the effect of age simulation on the sensitivity to age-related impairment in elderly care
  Danny Rueffert, Angelika C. Bullinger, Germany
  The evaluation of mechanical properties of soft tissue on pressure ulcers among bedridden elderly patients
  Chi-Wen Lung, Yih-Kuen Jan, Jin-Huei Lu, Chien-Liang Chen, Fang-Chuan Kuo, Ben-Yi Liau, Taiwan
  Ergonomics in automotive glass manufacturing: Workers’ perceptions of strain
  John Smallwood, Claire Deacon, South Africa
 
  Enhancing the life of the elderly - an application of design thinking
  Ravindra S. Goonetilleke, Emily Yim Lee Au, China
 
  Ergonomic requirements in the design of high performance sports suits:  BMX clothing
  Fausto Zuleta Montoya, Gustavo Sevilla Cadavid, Blanca Echavarria Bustamante, Johana Hoyos-Ruiz, Colombia
  Development and validation of a dynamic time warping based algorithm to evaluate motion similarity for home-based fall interventions in older people
  Xiaoqun Yu, Shuping Xiong, South Korea
     
62
Automation II
Session 62
Friday, July 26
16:00-18:00
RR
Human Factors in Transportation: Road & Rail
Columbia 1
  Co-Chairs:  Dustin Souders and Kirsten Revell, USA/UK  
  Vocal guidance of visual gaze during an automated vehicle handover task
  Jediah Clark, Neville Stanton, Kirsten Revell, UK
 
  Tailoring introductory information to the level of automation: Effects on attitudes and usage of a simulated level 3 automated driving system
  Dustin Souders, Shubham Agrawal, Irina Benedyk, Yujie Li, Srinivas Peeta, USA
  How do you want to be driven? Investigation of different highly-automated driving styles on a highway scenario
  Patrick Roßner, Angelika C. Bullinger-Hoffmann, Germany
  Using technology acceptance model to explain driver acceptance of advanced driver assistance systems
  Md Mahmudur Rahman, Shuchisnigdha Deb, Daniel Carruth, Lesley Strawderman, USA
  The user and the automated driving: A state-of-the-art
  Sara Ferreira, Anabela Simões, José Pedro Tavares, Antonio Lobo, Antonio Couto, Liliana Cunha, José Carvalhais,
  Daniel Silva, Portugal
  Investigating drivers’ behaviour during diverging maneuvers using an instrumented vehicle
  Fabrizio D'Amico, Alessandro Calvi, Chiara Ferrante, Luca Bianchini Ciampoli, Fabio Tosti, Italy
 
     
63
Social Design, Innovation and Ergonomics II
Session 63
Friday, July 26
16:00-18:00
SOE
Social & Occupational Ergonomics
Columbia 2
  Co-Chairs: Nicos Souleles and Ana Margarida Ferreira, Cyprus/Portugal  
  Threshold concepts and design for social change
  Nicos Souleles, Ana Margarida Ferreira, Stefania Savva, Cyprus/Portugal
 
  Sustainable collaborative design practices: Circular economy and the new context for a fashion designer
  Lucinda Morrissey, Roberta Barban Franceschi, Ana Margarida Ferreira, Spain/Portugal
  Cultural heritage, collaborative practices and sustainable fabric design: Ottoman sultans’ life stories on jacquard design
  Pinar Arslan, Ana Margarida Ferreira, Hatice Feriha Akpinarli, Turkey/Portugal
  The common-sense assessment of sustainability
  David Camocho, José Vicente, Ana Margarida Ferreira, Portugal
 
  Analysis of the short-term absences of poultry slaughterhouse workers in Brazil
  Natália Fonseca Dias, Adriana Seára Tirloni, Diogo Cunha dos Reis, Antônio Renato Pereira Moro, Brazil
  Construction ergonomics: Temporary works’ manufacturers’ perceptions and practices'
  John Smallwood, South Africa
 
     
64
Ergonomics and Material Environment Design I
Session 64
Friday, July 26
16:00-18:00
SUPI
Human Factors, Sustainable Urban Planning and Infrastructure
Columbia 3
  Co-Chairs: Anna Jaglarz and Joanna Jabłonska, Poland  
  Ideas behind the changes in the 20th c. avant-garde architecture
  Teresa Bardzinska-Bonenberg, Poland
 
  The role of cultural heritage in sustainable development: Values and valuation as key factors in spatial planning of rural areas
  Wojciech Bonenberg, Poland
  The application of BIM in the “China Beautiful Rural” design project:  Yangyou Village river ecological landscape reconstruction design project
  Wojciech Bonenberg, Xia Wei, Mo Zhou, China
  The method of designing an architectural compositions applying images reflected in water mirror
  Zdzislaw Pelczarski, Poland
 
  Inclusive healthcare waiting rooms: A comparison study for improving the user experience within a built environment
  Claudia Fernández, Carlos Aceves-Gonzalez, Matteo Zallio, Mario Mireles-Ramirez, Mexico
   
65
Usability Evaluation and Interface Design
Session 65
Friday, July 26
16:00-18:00
UUE
Usability and User Experience 
Columbia 4
  Co-Chairs:  Xingyi Zhong and Cigdem Altin Gumussoy, China/Turkey  
  Usability evaluation of the set top box and TV interfaces
  Cigdem Altin Gumussoy, Aycan Kaya, Murat Koprulu, Turkey
 
  Effects of gender and prior experience on immersive user experience with virtual reality
  Camille Sagnier, Emilie Loup-Escande, Gérard Valléry, France
 
  Humanized design of interaction interfaces for small screen devices:  Take intelligent lock as an example
  Na Lin, Zhongting Wang, Chaoyi Zhao, China
  Research on application model of unconsciousness in user interface
  Xingyi Zhong, Mengyi Cao, Ting Han, China
 
  Research on interface design of venue monitoring system based on product semantics
  Ying Cao, Biying Li, Jiaxin Liu, China
 
  Usability evaluation of intelligent medical imaging diagnostic interface based on SD method
  Lei Wu, Lijun Mou, Juan Li, Yao Su, Yue Sun,Yekai Wei, Huai Cao1, Sijie Dong, China
 
     
66
Human Factors in Sports, Injury Prevention and Outdoor Recreation
Session 66
Friday, July 26
16:00-18:00
SIPOR
Human Factors in Sports, Injury Prevention and Outdoor Recreation
Columbia 9
Co-Chairs:   Reuben Burch and Stijn Verwulgen, USA/Belgium  
The importance of baselining Division 1 football athlete jumping movements for injury mitigation and return to play
  Reuben Burch, Lesley Strawderman, Anthony Piroli, Harish Chander, Wenmeng Tian, Fredrick Murphy, USA
Foot arc and jumping ability of athletes and non-athletes
  Ajita Dsingh, Mansi Batra, India
 
Relationship between prosthesis and training in prosthetic marathon runner
  Fuminori Matsuura, Yumie Osada, Isao Matsumoto, Yoshinori Hirano, Xiaodan Lu, Tomoko Ota, Hiroyuki Hamada, Noriyuki Kida, Japan
Effective measures for minimizing playing-related musculoskeletal disorders among tertiary education student pianists in Malaysia
  Titi Rahmawati Hamedon, Chia-Ying Ling, Fung Chiat Loo, Malaysia
Thermal performance of equestrian helmets
  Merlin Bauwens, Sarah de Graaf, Alexandra Vermeir, Shriram Mukunthan, Guido De Bruyne, Belgium
 
Disorders of female athlete triad in college girls of Punjab
  Ajita Dsingh, Amanpreet Brar, Jeewanjot Kaur, India
   
 
67
Panel: The Impact of Vehicle Automation on Vulnerable Road Users​​
Session 67
Friday, July 26
16:00-18:00
SYSI
Human Factors and Systems Interaction
Columbia 10
  Co-Chairs:  Shuchisnigdha Deb and Md Mahmudur Rahman, USA  
  The role of context and perception of road rules in the pedestrian crossing decision: A challenge for the autonomous vehicle
  Marie-Axelle Granié, Florent Varet, Béatrice Degraeve, Achot Khalafian, France
  Pedestrian receptivity and their interaction with autonomous vehicles
  Daniel Carruth, Shuchisnigdha Deb, USA
 
  Are older adults at greater “risk” of missing out on the potential benefits of vehicle automation?
  Bruce Mehler, USA
 
  Automated vehicles and schools: An analysis of deployment issues
  Michael Clamann, USA
 
  Impact of vehicle automation on driving behaviors of novice teen drivers
  Anuj Pradhan, USA
 
     
68
Human Factors, Business Management and Society: Leadership Views
Session 68
Friday, July 26
16:00-18:00
HFBMS
Human Factors, Business Management and Society  
Columbia 11
  Co-Chairs:  Tero Reunanen and Timo Holopainen, Finland  
  Visualization of the wisdom cube - scientific knowledge space for management and leadership
    Hannu Vanharanta, Evangelos Markopoulos, Finland/UK
 
  Enhanced higher education - industry cooperation improving work capabilities of sales engineering graduates
  Ludger Schneider-Störmann, Thomas Röhr, Rauni Jaskari, Timo Holopainen, Tero Reunanen, Germany
  Value creation in three clusters focusing on chemistry
  Timo Holopainen, Jukka Rantala, Finland
 
  Leadership role models for young professionals – case study from Finnish university students
  Tero Reunanen, Eyal Eckhaus, Finland
 
  UDA-ERP:  Theory, development and conflicts
  Catalina Astudillo-Rodriguez, Esteban Crespo-Martínez, Juan-Manuel Maldonado-Matute, Ecuador
     
69
Designing for Inclusion: Learning Experiences, Methodology and Future Trends
Session 69
Friday, July 26
16:00-18:00
DI
Design for Inclusion
Columbia 12
  Co-Chairs:  Giuseppe Di Bucchianico and Alessandra Rinaldi, Italy  
  Inclusion in Danish architectural education and design practice
  Masashi Kajita, Denmark
 
  Green for all. A didactic experience on design for all applied to gardening earthenware objects.
  Giuseppe Di Bucchianico, Italy
 
  Teaching e-Learning advanced program for visually impaired students
  Theresa Lobo, USA
 
  Designing of inclusive learning experiences: Preliminary outcomes of a pilot project tailored to SLD
  Alessia Brischetto, Alessandra Rinaldi, Italy
  Inclusive design methodology in practice: Turning a prison into an inclusive Civic University
  Jasmien Herssens, Belgium
 
  Participatory design with older adults: Exploring the latent needs of young-old and middle-old in daily living using a universal design approach
  Alex Pui-Yuk King, China
  Advanced E-learning education for visually impaired students
  Theresa Lobo, USA
 
     
70
Human Factors for Apparel and Textile Engineering
Session 70
Friday, July 26
16:00-18:00
HFATE
Human Factors for Apparel and Textile Engineering 
Cardozo
  Co-Chairs:   Carmen Mihai, Ene Alexandra and Javed Sheikh, Romania/Pakistan  
  Impact of a design automation process in textile natural fibers and yarns dying
  Ene Alexandra, Carmen Mihai, Emilia Visileanu, Cristian Jipa, Romania
   
  Solutions for designing the composite textile structure to block, intake and storage of the petroleum residues due to natural disasters
  Carmen Mihai, Ene Alexandra, Emilia Visileanu, Cristian Jipa, Romania
  Woven fabrics specially designed for thermal protection and system recovery of air vehicles
  Carmen Mihai, Ene Alexandra, Romania
   
  Biodigital design and functional visualization of multi-class personalized compression textiles for ergonomic fit
  Rong Liu, Bo Xu, Chongyang Ye, China
  A classification of care apparel characteristics for disabled user requirement’
  Qilong Feng, China
 
  Parametric design for the construction of a corset surface based on historical female bodies
  Felipe Zapata-Roldán, Blanca Echavarria Bustamante, Colombia
 
  Use of 3D printing and NANO materials in fashion: From revolution to evolution
  Javed Sheikh, Faisal Waheed, Ahmed Khalid, Ijaz Qureshi, Pakistan
 
     
71
Applications in Software, Service and Systems Engineering I
Session 71
Friday, July 26
16:00-18:00
HFSSSE
Human Factors in Software, Service and Systems Engineering
Gunston West
  Co-Chairs: Alex Eftyhiou and Hesham Fouad, UK/USA    
  An experimental trial of a novel ticketing system using biometrics
  Jun Iio, Tadashi Okada, Japan
   
  Improve your task analysis! Efficiency, quality and effectiveness increase in task analysis using a software tool
  Vaishnavi Upadrasta, Astrid Oehme, Harald Kolrep, Germany
  Applying the ecological interface design framework to a proactively controlled network routing system
  Alex Eftyhiou, UK
  An instrumented software framework for the rapid development of experimental user interfaces
  Hesham Fouad, Derek Brock, USA
 
  Using virtual reality and motion capture as tools for human factors engineering at NASA Marshall Space Flight Center
  Tanya Andrews, Brittani Searcy, Brianna Wallace, USA
  The human vulnerability of cloud computing
  Myeonggil Choi, South Korea
 
  Fuzzy goal programming for compromising costs and ergonomic load imbalance in manual order picking
  Rifat Ozdemir, Kuwait
   
72
Digital Human Modeling and Applied Optimization I
Session 72
Friday, July 26
16:00-18:00
DHMAO
Embassy
  Co-Chairs:  Ingrid Bubb and Jochen Vleugels, Germany/Belgium
  Chicken or egg problem? New challenges and proposals of digital human modelling and interior development of automated vehicles
  Yucheng Yang, Martin Fleischer, Klaus Bengler, Germany
  A comparative study between three measurement methods to predict 3D body dimensions using shape modelling
  Thomas Peeters, Jochen Vleugels, Stijn Verwulgen, Guido De Bruyne, Belgium
  Posture transfer method on prescanned full-body geometry for spacesuit design
  Linh Vu, K. Han Kim, Sudhakar Rajulu, USA
 
  Digital human modeling: The challenges of digital human models when developing new car concepts
  Ingrid Bubb, Jennifer Hebe, Klaus Bengler, Germany
  Estimation of facial contact pressure based on finite element analysis
  Wonsup Lee, Jin-Gyun Kim, Johan Molenbroek, Richard Goossens, Heecheon You, South Korea
     
73
Human Factors in Game Design I
Session 73
Friday, July 26
16:00-18:00
HFGD
Human Factors in Virtual Environments and Game Design
Gunston East
  Co-Chairs:   Thomas de Groot and Johan de Heer, The Netherlands  
  A gamified approach towards identifying key opportunities and potential sponsors for the future of F1 racing in a declining car ownership environment
  Evangelos Markopoulos, Panagiotis Markopoulos, Mika Luimula, Younus Almufti, Chiara Romano, Paulina Benitez, UK
  Cybersickness among gamers: An online survey
  Stanislava Rangelova, Daniel Motus, Elisabeth André, Germany
 
  Devilish dilemma games: Narrative game engine and accompanying authoring tool
  Johan de Heer, Thomas de Groot, Rafal Hrynkiewicz, Tije Oortwijn, Paul Porskamp, The Netherlands
  Gamifying the rice industry: The 'Riceville' paradigm
  Evangelos Markopoulos, Ho Fung Kisum Chan, Lincoln Lee Ming Tze, UK
 
  Cultural playing: A video game case study of never alone and the teaching of culture
  Hélio Parente de Vasconcelos Neto, Maria Aurileide Ferreira Alves, Brazil
 
     
74
Human Factors and Wearable Technologies I
Session 74
Friday, July 26
16:00-18:00
HFWT
Human Factors and Wearable Technologies
Jay
  Co-Chairs:  Jacqui McLaughlin and Xiaohui Mo, Japan/China  
  Comparative user experience analysis of pervasive wearable technology
  Nicholas Caporusso, Angela Walters, Devon Patchin, Spencer Romeiser, Meng Ding, Noah Vaughn, Daniel Jachetta, USA
  The research of visual characteristics for the deaf wearing AR glasses
  Zhelin Li, Xiaohui Mo, Chengchuan Shi, Shanxiao Jiang, Lijun Jiang, China
 
  Current situation and problems of hand-transmitted vibration measurement equipment: Benefits of wearable sensors for everyday monitoring
  Leif Anderson, Jacqui McLaughlin, Setsuo Maeda, Japan
  Advancing the applications of augmented reality technology in healthcare: Current trends and implications for the future
  Anya Andrews, USA
  NIMBLE - A motion sensing and tracking system
  Jeff Feng, Pei-Fen Chang, USA
 
     
75
Theorizing and Theoretical Issues in High Reliability Organizations
Session 75
Friday, July 26
16:00-18:00
HERRP
Human Error, Reliability, Resilience, and Performance
Holmead East
  Co-Chairs:  Manikam Pillay and Damien Armenis, Australia    
  Investigating collective mindfulness in mining: A prospective study in high-reliability organizations
  Manikam Pillay, Karen Klockner, Michael Tuck, Australia
 
  Management tool for reliability analysis in socio-technical systems - a case study
  Salvador Ávila Filho, Érica Cayres, Adriano Puglia, César Malpica, Edmara Drigo, Cassio Brunoro Ahumada, Camille Peres, Brazil
  Formerly unrevealed public records should change the account of what occurred on June 30, 2013
  Fred Schoeffler, Lance Honda, Joy A. Collura, USA
  Winning hearts and minds in high-reliability industries: The role of human performance in persistent front-line behaviour change
  Damien Armenis, Australia
  Human reliability research needs for long-duration spaceflight
  Ronald Boring, David Gertman, Thomas Ulrich, USA
 
     
76
Application of 3D Scanning to Product Design
Session 76
Friday, July 26
16:00-18:00
IPID
Interdisciplinary Practice in Industrial Design
Kalorama
  Co-Chairs:  Susan Sokolowski and Linsey Griffin, USA    
  Capturing and describing the foot bottom with digital tools to design better fitting footwear
  Susan L. Sokolowski, Alex Xu, USA
 
  The application of the performance hand wear and tools innovation framework:  Road cycling gloves
  Susan Sokolowski, Christel Thue Hoegsted, USA
3D hand scanning to digital draping for glove design
  Linsey Griffin, Susan Sokolowski, Emily Seifert, Chris Curry, USA
 
The variability of U.S. women’s plus size product sizing and self-identified size 18 bodies
  Susan Sokolowski, Jessie Silbert, Linsey Griffin, USA
 
Application of dynamic anthropometry for product design
  Linsey Griffin, Bethany Juhnke, USA
 
   
   
   
   

 Friday, July 26
Detailed Technical Program
  Saturday, July 27
Detailed Technical Program
  Sunday, July 28
Detailed Technical Program
 

  2019 Tracks and Acronyms  
1 Human Factors in Aging and Gerontology  AGE
2 Human Factors in Artifiical Intelligence and Social Computing AISC
3 Additive Manufacturing, Modeling Systems and 3D Prototyping  AMMSP
4 Affective and Pleasurable Design APD 
5 Advanced Production Management and Process Control APMPC
6 Human Factors in Transportation:  Aviation AVI
7 Cross-Cultural Decision Making CCDM
8 Cognitive Computing and Internet of Things (IoT) CCIoT
9 Neuroergonomics & Cognitive Engineering CN
10 Human Factors in Cybersecurity CYBER
11 Digital Human Modeling and Applied Optimization DHMAO
12 Design for Inclusion DI
13 Ergonomics in Design ED
14 Human Factors and Ergonomics in Healthcare and Medical Devices EHMD
15 Human Factors in Energy: Oil, Gas, Nuclear and Electric Power Industries ENERGY
16 Human Error, Reliability, Resilience, and Performance  HERRP
17 Human Factors and Assistive Technology HFAT
18 Human Factors for Apparel and Textile Engineering HFATE
19 Human Factors, Business Management and Society  HFBMS
20 Human Factors in Communication of Design HFCD
21 Human Factors in Virtual Environments and Game Design  HFGD
22 Human Factors in Management and Leadership HFML
23 Human Factors in Robots and Unmanned Systems HFRUS
24 Human Factors and Simulation HFSIM
25 Human Factors in Software, Service and Systems Engineering HFSSSE
26 Human Factors and Wearable Technologies HFWT
27 Industrial Cognitive Ergonomics and Engineering Psychology ICEEP
28 Interdisciplinary Practice in Industrial Design IPID
29 Kansei Engineering  KE
30 Human Factors in Transportation:  Maritime MAR
31 The Human Aspects of Advanced Manufacturing: Managing Enterprise of the Future MFG 
32 Physical Ergonomics & Human Factors PEHF
33 Human Factors in Transportation: Road & Rail RR
34 Human Factors in Sports, Injury Prevention and Outdoor Recreation  SIPOR
35 Safety Management and Human Factors SMHF
36 Social & Occupational Ergonomics SOE
37 Human Factors in Transportation:  Space  SPACE
38 Human Factors, Architecture, Sustainable Urban Planning and Infrastructure SUPI
39 Human Factors and Systems Interaction SYSI
40 Human Factors in Training, Education, and Learning Sciences TELS
41 Usability and User Experience UUE
 
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