Preliminary Program  

The AHFE 2019 Preliminary Program (technical sessions and rooms) are subject to change. 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,  Colombia Ballroom (Lobby Level)

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

If you have an update to your presentation title or co-authors, please contact Conference Administration with a detailed message at .  If you request a co-author addition, please include the following information for each new co-author:  Submission ID number, Full Name, Email, Affiliation, Country, Phone No. and alternate email.

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 Feb, 2019

 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 Saturday, July 27   •   8:00 - 10:00
Sensory Engineering and Emotion
Session 97
Saturday, July 27
8:00 - 10:00
Affective and Pleasurable Design
Columbia 5
  Co-Chairs:  Kazutaka Ueda and Tetsuro Ogi, Japan  
  Sensory engineering in the IoT connected society
  Shuichi Fukuda, Japan
  Improvement of health behavior based on health information feedback
  Tetsuro Ogi, Kenichiro Ito, Kotaro Ohashi, Japan
  Neural bases of creative thinking
  Kazutaka Ueda, Masayuki Nakao, Japan
  The effects of neuromodulation on creative thinking
  Koji Koizumi, Kazutaka Ueda, Ziyang Li, Naoki Tateyama, Masayuki Nakao, Japan
Towards Better Understanding of Health and Wellness
Session 98
Saturday, July 27
8:00 - 10:00
Cognitive & Neuroergonomics
Columbia 6
  Co-Chairs:  Lukasz Mazur and Prithima Reddy Mosaly, USA  
  Association between physicians' burden and performance during interactions with electronic medical records (EHRS)
  Natalie Grace Castellano, Lukasz Mazur, USA
  Assessment of interface driven task difficulty and mental effort during interaction with electronic health record system
  Prithima Reddy Mosaly, USA
  Towards better understanding of physician burnout: Can neurofeedback help?
  Alana Campbell, Lukasz Mazur, Mae Yefimov, Samantha Meltzer-Brody, Prithima Mosaly, Timothy Farrell, USA
  A systems engineering analysis approach to understanding provider burden and identifying short- and long-term interventions
  Sara Stokes, Lukasz Mazur, Samantha Meltzer-Brody, USA
  Beyond the spotlight: Attention metaphors, metrics, and intelligent adaptive systems
  Cali Fidopiastis, USA
Symposium: Digital Human Modelling by Women in Human Factors II
Session 99
Saturday, July 27
8:00 - 10:00
Digital Human Modeling and Applied Optimization
Columbia 7
  Co-Chairs:  Sofia Scataglini and Silvia Imbesi, Belgium/Italy  
  Product planning
  Graciela Hernandez, Mexico
  A co-model for research through co-design
  Daniele Busciantella Ricci, Sofia Scataglini, Italy
  Toward a co-logical aid for research through co-design
  Sofia Scataglini, Daniele Busciantella Ricci, Belgium
  How to turn yourself into a virtual travel companion in someone’s car: drawing design approaches from the philosophy of mind
  Laura Boffi, Italy
  Monitoring older people: analysis of significant parameters and surveying technologies for the evaluation of physical and cognitive decline
  Silvia Imbesi, Giuseppe Mincolelli, Italy
Fashion, Clothing and Design Applications
Session 100
Saturday, July 27
8:00 - 10:00
Ergonomics in Design
Columbia 8
  Co-Chairs:  Miguel Carvalho and Yulin Zhao, Portugal/China  
  Cut Me Off: An exploratory study about how the user perceives the information of clothes textile labels
  Maria Aurileide Ferreira Alves, Gonçalo Falcão, Portugal
  Girls bra design for the demand of user
  Yulin Zhao, Dingbang Luh, China
  The secret code of the labels: An exploratory study of the importance of the textile label in the laundries of Fortaleza
  Maria Aurileide Ferreira Alves, Portugal
  Application of ergonomics in the development of clothing for the elderly
  Marcelo Soares, Aline Neves, Marcio Marçal, China
  Assessment of Portuguese firefighters’ needs: Preliminary results of a pilot study
  Miguel Carvalho, Sophia Piacenza, Portugal
  “Possible but improbable spaces”: From interior design experience to jewelry creation
  Mónica Romãozinho, Portugal
  Support factor of upholstered seat cushions
  Ling Liu, Pengzheng Duan, Jilei Zhang, Onder Tor, Xiaohong Yu, Lingling Hu, China
Product and System Design I
Session 101
Saturday, July 27
8:00 - 10:00
Ergonomics in Design
Columbia 1
  Co-Chairs:  Huimin Hu and Rahul Tirpude, China/India  
  A JACK-based ergonomic analysis and design of the cockpit of agricultural material-handling vehicles
  Sen Gu, Cheng Huang, Zhiqiang Song, Shasha Yuan, China
  Impact of ergonomics to improve the convenience of the consumer packaging of fresh fruits
  Rahul Tirpude, Tanweer Alam, N. C. Saha, India
  Research on comfort of mattresses with different hardness based on body pressure distribution
  Huimin Hu, Pu Hong, Mengjing Cai, Hong Luo, Haimei Wu, China
  Ergonomic design of crochet hook hand tools
  Hamid Naghdbishi, Parastoo Raes Ghanavati, Iran
Study on the influence of BMI difference on pressure distribution of mattress
  Huimin Hu, Pu Hong, Mengjing Cai, Yinxia Li, Hong Luo, Haimei Wu, China
  Research on body pressure distribution of mattress for different genders
  Huimin Hu, Mengjing Cai, Pu Hong, Yinxia Li, Ling Luo, Haimei Wu, China
  Wrist torque strength distribution among elementary to middle school children for bottle-opening design enhancement
  Abdalla Alrashdan, Saudi Arabia
Ergonomics in Manufacturing
Session 102
Saturday, July 27
8:00 - 10:00
The Human Aspects of Advanced Manufacturing: Managing Enterprise of the Future
Columbia 2
  Co-Chairs:  Lucia Botti and Edmund Pawlowski, Italy/Poland  
  Human factors/ergonomics in eWorld: Methodology, techniques and applications
  Oleksandr Burov, Ukraine
  Ergonomics principles for the design of an assembly workstation for left-handed and right-handed users
  Lucia Botti, Alice Caporale, Maddalena Coccagna, Cristina Mora, Italy
  Lean production management model for SMEs waste reduction in the processed food sector in Peru
  Carlos Raymundo, Ernesto Altamirano, Jose Chavez, Fernando Osorio, Francisco Dominguez, Peru
  Smart enabling robotics for additive manufacturing and component assembly in the nuclear industry
  Richard French, Hector Marin-reyes, Gabriel Kapellmann Zafra, Samantha Abrego, UK
  Manageable and scalable manufacturing IT through an app based approach
  Christian Knecht, Andreas Schuller, Germany
  Qualitative features of the human capital in the formation of the agility of enterprises. Research results in Polish companies
  Hanna Wlodarkiewicz klimek, Poland
Safety and Human Factors in Construction
Session 103
Saturday, July 27
8:00 - 10:00
Safety Management and Human Factors 
Columbia 3
  Co-Chairs: Salvador Ávila Filho and Ann Marie Dale, Brazil/USA  
  Process and outcome results of integrating ergonomics into a contractor’s construction safety program
  Ann Marie Dale, Bradley A. Evanoff, USA
  Significance of compliance with contractors’ safety policy
  Zakari Mustapha, Clinton Aigbavboa, Wellington Didibhuku Thwala, Ghana
  Consequences of poor safety practices on contractors in Ghana
  Zakari Mustapha, Clinton Aigbavboa, Wellington Didibhuku Thwala, Ghana
  Occupational exposure to heat in outdoor activities in building construction in southeastern Brazil
  Thais Santiago Barros, Adriana Amorim, Lucila Labaki, Paulo Maia, Alex Marcelo, Brazil
  Flow down of safety influenced by working on commercial construction projects
  Ann Marie Dale, Bradley A. Evanoff, USA
  Ergonomic analysis of mason work: Floor execution and ceramic coating
  Elaine Medeiros, Deivson Silva, Maria Santana, Manoela Bezerra, Brazil
Human Factors in Transportation: Rail
Session 104
Saturday, July 27
8:00 - 10:00
Human Factors in Transportation - Road & Rail
Columbia 4
  Co-Chairs: Tobias Heine and Denis Miglianico, Germany/France  
Engineering the right change culture in a complex rail industry
  Michelle Nolan-McSweeney, UK
  Analysis of driving performance data to evaluate brake manipulation by railway drivers
   Daisuke Suzuki, Naoki Mizukami, Nobuyuki Tsuyuki, Yutaka Kakizaki, Japan
  Decrease driver’s workload and increase vigilance in light rail vehicle
  Denis Miglianico, France
  Application of cognitive work analysis to explore passenger behaviour change through provision of information to help relieve train overcrowding
  Jisun Kim, Kirsten Revell, John Preston, UK
  Empirical study on the effect of tram cab design on body posture and subjective strain of tram drivers
  Tobias Heine, Marco Käppler, Barbara Deml, Germany
  Investigation and analysis of human factors and ergonomics of Beijing metro
  Zhongtian Wang, Xingwei Wang, China
Driver Training and Education
Session 105
Saturday, July 27
8:00 - 10:00
Human Factors in Transportation - Road & Rail
Columbia 9
  Co-Chairs: Mohammed Al Eisaei and Ahmad Shahrui Nizam Isha, UAE/Malaysia  
  Proposal for graduated driver licensing program: Age vs. experience Abu Dhabi case study
  Yousif Al Thabahi , Marzouq Al Zaabi, Mohammed Al Eisaei, Abdulla Al Ghafli, UAE
  Developing a screening protocol for commercial vehicle drivers in Malaysia:  The application of driving aptitude test to mitigate fatigue risk behaviors
  Ahmad Shahrul Nizam Isha, Asrar Ahmed  Sabir, Malaysia
  Impact of mind wandering on driving
  Minerva Rajendran, Venkatesh Balasubramanian, India
  Assessing the relation between emotional intelligence and driving behavior: an online survey
  Swathy Parameswaran, Venkatesh Balasubramanian, India
  Cognitive ergonomics and attitude towards safe driving practice among young adults in Malaysia
  Mohamad ghazali Masuri, Nur Ainaa Mohd Asib, Khairil Anuar Md Isa, Akehsan Dahlan, Ajau Danis, Malaysia
  Explicit forward glance duration hidden Markov model for inference of spillover detection
  Hyoshin Park, Nigel Pugh, Larkin Folsom, Justice Darko, Siby Samuel, USA
Ergonomics and Material Environment Design II
Session 106
Saturday, July 27
8:00 - 10:00
Human Factors, Sustainable Urban Planning and Infrastructure
Columbia 10
  Co-Chairs: Wojciech Bonenberg and Agata Bonenberg, Poland  
  Human scale in architecture of buildings for the performing arts
  Pawel Amalowicz, Poland
  Serrated and finned glazed facades’ impact on the user’s visual comfort
  Marcin Brzezicki, Poland
  Renovations of public spaces at the junction with water – boulevards. Case studies in a spatial, visual and usable context
  Andrzej Sobolewski, Roman Czajka, Poland
  Village regeneration through cultural creativity and local identity: Polish case study
  Wojciech Bonenberg, Agata Bonenberg, Mo Zhou, Poland
  Preference of Chinese vernacular windows: Combined effects of shape and view
  Man Zhang, Jiangtao Du, Yuyang Tang, China
  Ergonomic shaping of functional and spatial program of housing
  Przemyslaw Nowakowski, Poland
  Cultural factors of the sound as a human factor in perception of the architectural and urban soundscape
  Małgorzata Kądziela, Poland
User Experience: Automation and Transportation
Session 107
Saturday, July 27
8:00 - 10:00
Usability and User Experience
Columbia 11
   Co-Chairs:  Bradley Davis and Timo Schempp, USA/Germany  
  Comparative analysis of controlling drone
  Hajun Kim, Lim Seungchan, Lee Wonsup, South Korea
  User centered design strategies for improving visualization of sensor data in rotorcraft cockpit displays for degraded visual environment operations
  Bradley Davis, Kelly Dickerson, Samineh Gillmore, USA
  Mobility user experience for elders in automobile intelligent cockpit
  Bo Ouyang, Yun He, China
  An evaluation method for a new adaptive operating system - using the example of a tractor
  Timo Schempp, Andreas Kaufmann, Ingmar Stoehr, Markus Schmid, Stefan Boettinger, Germany
  A study on driver immersion in autonomous driving based on flow experience
  Jinsang Park, Eui S. Jung, Youngjae Im, South Korea
  The development of an adaptive HMI - from the idea to the prototype
  Andreas Kaufmann, Timo Schempp, Ingmar Stoehr, Markus Schmid, Thomas Maier, Germany
Usability and User-Centered Design I
Session 108
Saturday, July 27
8:00 - 10:00
Usability and User Experience
Columbia 12
  Co-Chairs:   Pamela Savage-Knepshield and Marija Bertovic, USA/Germany  
  Applying user-centered design to software modernization
  Pamela Savage-Knepshield, USA
  Human-computer interaction in business process external tasks
  Robert Waszkowski, Tadeusz Nowicki, Małgorzata Oleś, Poland
  Usability of the written procedures: an eye tracking study
  Marija Bertovic, Ulf Ronneteg, Germany
  Redesigning traffic signs: The case of informative signs in Ecuador
  Jose Luis Vilchez, Wilson Siguenza, Ecuador
  Evaluation of online consulting using co-browsing: What factors are related to good user experience?
  Kamalatharsi Mutuura, Andreas Papageorgiou, Oliver Christ, Switzerland
  Chinese pinyin input method in smartphone era: A literature review study
  Guanlong Li, USA
  Investigation and design solution for solving sexual dysfunction
  Hamid Naghdbishi, Zahra Saadat Ramz, Iran
Security and Crises Management
Session 109
Saturday, July 27
8:00 - 10:00
Human Factors and Systems Interaction
  Co-Chairs: Mário Simões-Marques and Aysen Taylor, Portugal/USA  
  Improving usability with think aloud and focus group methods. A case study: An intelligent police patrolling system (I-Pat)
  Tania Calle-Jimenez, Doris Tutillo-Sanchez, Sandra Sanchez-Gordon, Janio Jadán-Guerrero, Cesar Guevara,
  Patricio Lara-Alvarez , Patricia Acosta-Vargas, Luis Salvador-Ullauri, Isabel L. Nunes, Ecuador/Portugal
  Pilots’ role in the critical infrastructure of aviation
  Aysen Taylor, USA
  Reinforcing cues to improve naturalistic decision making in critical situations for commercial aviation and HI-MI systems
  Aysen Taylor, USA
  Influence of dynamic automation function allocations on operator situation awareness and workload in unmanned aerial vehicle control
  Yulin Deng, James Shirley, Wenjuan Zhang, Na Young Kim, David Kaber, USA
  Applying a variation of Delphi method for knowledge elicitation in the context of an intelligent system design
  Mario Simões-Marques, M. Filomena Teodoro, Gabriel Calhamonas, Isabel l. Nunes, Portugal
  Disaster management support system prototype design evolution based on UX testing
  Mário Simões-Marques, Pedro Mendonça, Diogo Figueiredo, Isabel L. Nunes, Portugal
  A study of an airworthiness requirement influence of human factors on aviation incidents
  Zhang Yinbo, Jin ZheFeng, Ruijie Fan, Meng Hua, Shasha Lu, China
Panel: Advances in Navy Training Research and Applications
Session 110
Saturday, July 27
8:00 - 10:00
Human Factors in Training, Education, and Learning Sciences
Gunston West
  Chair:  Henry L. Phillips, USA  
  Advances in Navy training research and applications
  Henry Phillips, USA
Advanced Methods for Human-Agent Interfaces
Session 111
Saturday, July 27
8:00 - 10:00
Human Factors in Robots and Unmanned Systems
  Co-Chairs:  Katia Estabridis and Nia Peters, USA  
  Virtual ship information overlay and navigation "VISION" system
Katia Estabridis, Jessica Reichers, Nathan Brannon, Joshua Rubini, Gary Hewer, Naomi Hillis, USA
  Task engagement inference within distributed multiparty human-machine teaming via topic modeling
  Nia Peters, USA
  Decision making using automated estimates in the classification of novel stimuli
  Amber Hoenig, Joseph Stephens, USA
  Analyzing the elements of experience based on scene consciousness in pilotless automobile
  Ningyi Dai, Zhengyu Tan, China
  Impact of three indirect visual interfaces on spatial navigation in an unmanned underwater vehicle
Vishal Pandey, Sonali Aatrai, Apoorva Johari, Ronnie Daniel, Raghav Bhat, Akash Rao, Sushil Chandra, India
Global Perspectives on People-Centered Design
Session 112
Saturday, July 27
8:00 - 10:00
Design for Inclusion
Gunston East
  Co-Chairs: Carlos Aceves-Gonzalez and Daniele Busciantella, Mexico/Italy  
  Wheelchair design for low-income countries
  Alberto Rossa-Sierra, Fabiola Cortes Chavez, David Vidana-Zavala, Maria Giovanna Trotta, Mexico
  User attitudes towards wheelchairs - a Mexican case study with special focus on vulnerable wheelchair users and wheelchair assistants.
  Paulina Manzano-Hernandez, Fabiola Cortes Chavez, Maria Giovanna Trotta, Alberto Rossa-Sierra,
  Carlos Aceves-Gonzalez, Mexico
  Inclusion of children with Down Syndrome through the creation and use of a learning object
  Rita Almendra, Mariana Elvas, Portugal
  Analysis of the accessibility of the Brazilian real bills among the blind and visually impaired people
  Michael Almeida, Maria Aurileide Ferreira Alves, Brazil
  Understanding visual information processing for American vs. Saudi Arabian users
  Yahya Alqahtani, Michael McGuire, Joyram Chakraborty, Jinjuan Feng, USA
Human Factors in Virtual Environments II
Session 113
Saturday, July 27
8:00 - 10:00
Human Factors in Virtual Environments and Game Design
  Co-Chairs:  Brian Sanders and Stijn Verwulgen, USA/Belgium  
  Understanding user interface preferences for XR environments when exploring physics and engineering principles
  Brian Sanders, Yuzhong Shen, Dennis Vincenz, USA
  Appreciation of proportion in architecture: A comparison between facades primed in virtual reality and on paper
  Stijn Verwulgen, Gustaaf Cornelis, Jouke Verlinden, Tom Coppens, Belgium
  Immersive virtual reality beyond available physical space
  Nicholas Caporusso, Gordon Carlson, USA
  Gazing pattern while using AR route-navigation on smartphone
  Asami Tanabe, Yohsuke Yoshioka, Japan
  The relationship of spatial contiguity principle and the properties of views in an augmented reality environments
  Luis E. Bautista, Fernanda Maradei, Colombia
  Healthcare design based on virtual reality technology: Enhance the user's engagement in the rehabilitation process.
  Yu Qiao, Siyi Yang, China
  Research on virtual simulation evaluation system for passenger room lighting of subway trains in China
  Jian Xu, China
Human Factors in Aging and Gerontology I
Session 114
Saturday, July 27
8:00 - 10:00
Human Factors in Aging and Gerontology 
Holmead East
  Co-Chairs: Jay Kalra and Mengyi Cao, Canada/China  
  Alterations in thyroid function testing with aging
  Jay Kalra, Zoher Rafid-Hamed, Patrick Seitzinger, Canada
  A grip strength training and testing device for elder people
  Shijian Luo, Ze Bian, Yufei Zhang, Ping Shan, Hebo Gong, China
  Optimized design of accompanying smart car for the elderly based on humanization design methods
  Mengyi Cao, Xingyi Zhong, Ting Han, China
  Measuring the elderly’s body flexibility
  Xing-Rong Wen, Ding-Bang Luh, China
  Design of immersion psychotherapy in the context of aging
  Yu Qiao, Siyi Yang, China
Smart Additive Manufacturing: Sensing, Data Analytics and Process Control
Session 115
Saturday, July 27
8:00 - 10:00
Additive Manufacturing, Modeling Systems and 3D Prototyping
  Co-Chairs:  Prahalad Rao and Hongyue Sun, USA  
  Modeling in-plane deviations of shapes based on prior deviation features in additive manufacturing
  Arman Sabbaghi, USA
  Ushering the digital twin in metal additive manufacturing – a case for model-based monitoring of porosity in directed energy deposition.
  Prahalada Rao, USA
  Cyber-coordinated simulation models for multi-stage additive manufacturing of energy products
  Hongyue Sun, USA
  Toward defect-free additive fabricating of flexible and hybrid electronics: Physics-based computational modeling and control of aerosol jet printing
  Roozbeh (Ross) Salary, Jack Lombardi, Darshana Weerawarne, Prahalada Rao, Mark Poliks, USA
  3D printing of high-strength continuous carbon fiber reinforced polymer composites
  Pedram Parandoush, Dong Lin, USA
Cross-Cultural Decision Making I
Session 116
Saturday, July 27
8:00 - 10:00
Cross-Cultural Decision Making
Co-Chairs:  Atsuo Murata and Toshihisa Doi, Japan  
Employee satisfaction, task performance, and emotional labor: An empirical examination
  Noriko Okabe, Japan
Sensitivity analysis of intercultural relationship based on DMIS model
  Zhenbin Wu, Baocui Chen, Xuebo Chen, China
Cross-cultural analysis of top page design among Brazilian, Chinese, Japanese and United States web sites
  Toshihisa Doi, Atsuo Murata, Japan
Cross-cultural variables in the decision making process to adopt digital media: The case of UAE market
  Eman AbuKhousa, UAE
Globalisation, cultural differentiation and pluralism processes and proactive dimension of human world of “boundary-less careers”
  Agnieszka Cybal-Michalska, Poland
Interdisciplanary Practice for Automobile Design
Session 117
Saturday, July 27
8:00 - 10:00
Interdisciplinary Practice in Industrial Design
Holmead West
  Co-Chairs:  Canqun He and Chunrong Liu, China  
  Extracting contour shape of passenger car form in rear view based on form similarity judgment by young Chinese consumers
    Chunrong Liu and Minghua Zhang, China
  Research on evaluation of CMF based on vision in automobile seat design
  Canqun He, Xue Sun, Weizhen Xiao, China
  Industry color system and strategy research——take  the fruit industry for example
  Xiyao Wang, Jiong Fu, China
  Deployable roll over protective structures over protective structures for Indian tractors
  Virendra Tewari, Ashish Kumar Shrivastava, India
  Study on the design elements of shape and interface of modern agricultural machinery
  Yitong Liu, Huabin Wang, China
Research on steering wheel interaction design for middle class consumers
  Xiyao Wang, Jiong Fu, China
Ergonomics Evaluation in Industry
Session 118
Saturday, July 27
8:00 - 10:00
Physical Ergonomics & Human Factors
Fairchild East
  Co-Chairs:  Colten Fales and Shuping Xiong, USA/South Korea  
  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
  Ergonomics evaluation of loading and unloading using a trolley
  Saumil Patel, Paritosh Kowtal, Urvish  Limbachia , Pranavkumar Patel, Jaideep Phatak, Yueqing Li, USA
  Ergonomic effects of personal protective equipment on upper body muscle activation
  Colten Fales, Richard Stone, Hunter Sabers, USA
  Improving work productivity by thermal design and work clothes
  Listiani  Nurul Huda, Indonesia
  Impact of handwheel size on valve-operators’ torque production capabilities
  Saif Al-qaisi, Jad Mansour, Yousef Al-Abdallat, Lebanon
  Ergonomic assessment of the lifting tasks performed by north Indian workers in LPG cylinder distribution supply chain
  Sachin Kapur, India
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
Human Factors in Virtual Environments and Game Design
Session 119
Saturday, July 27
8:00 - 10:00
Human Factors in Virtual Environments and Game Design 
Fairchild West
  Co-Chairs:  Jingjing He and Guilei Sun, China  
  Design of virtual public resilience spaces of traditional cultures
  Jingjing He, Chaoxiang Yang, China
  Serious games for elderly people with impairment in fine motor skills
  John Arevalo, Julio Cabrera, Vladimir Robles-Bykbaev, Ecuador
  Attention distribution at a state of emergency based virtual reality
  Guilei Sun, China
  Refreshments 10:00 - 10:30    •    Room: Columbia West  (Terrace Level)
SESSION Saturday, July 27    •   10:30 - 12:30
Toward a Unified Approach for Studying Long-Term Bonding Between Humans and Autonomy
Session 121
Saturday, July 27
10:30 - 12:30
Cognitive & Neuroergonomics
Columbia 5
  Chair:  Frank Krueger, USA  
  The role of mind perception in bonding between humans and autonomy
  Jonathan Gratch, USA
  Monitoring brain function during human robot interaction with mobile fNIRS in natural settings
  Hasan Ayaz, USA
  The role of oxytocin in shaping long-term human bonding
  Mary Lee, USA
  A neuropsychological model of long-term bonding between humans and autonomy
  Frank Krueger, USA
  Long-term bonding with social robots
  Ewart de Visser, Jonathan Gratch, Mary Lee, Hasan Ayaz, Frank Krueger, USA
Product and System Design II
Session 122
Saturday, July 27
10:30 - 12:30
Ergonomics in Design
Columbia 6
  Co-Chairs:  Ashikur Abid and Yoshihide Tokuda, USA/Japan  
  Toothbrush innovation design based on man-machine engineering research
  Peng Han, China
  Effect of body weight of wheelchair care recipient on physical activity intensity of assistant person
  Haruka Sugiyama, Yohsuke Yoshioka, Masaki Takahashi, Mitsuaki Shiraishi, Fumitake Hakozaki, Satoshi Kameno, Yoshihide Tokuda, Ken Nunota, Cheng Jiayu, Japan
  Redesign forceps dressing wounds to prevent carpal tunnel syndrome
  Parastoo Raes Ghanavati, Hamid Naghdbishi, Zahra Sheiday, Saed Rahnama, Arezu Niknam, Iran
  Universal design for enhancing accessibility of the visually impaired in touristic environments
  Carlos Arce-lopera, Juan Jimenez, Camilo Montoya, Jose Giraldo, Colombia
  Ergonomics evaluation of the pneumatic air lift incorporated trash can
  Ashikur Abid, Chaitanya Desai, Rakshith Vishwanath, Manojkumar Damodharan, Dinesh Manimaran, Yueqing Li, USA
  Relief architecture - typology and materialisation
  Jerzy Łątka, Poland
  Ergonomic-sustainability for design of footwear
  Ana Fernandes, Portugal
Human-Machine Interaction in Systems
Session 123
Saturday, July 27
10:30 - 12:30
Industrial Cognitive Ergonomics and Engineering Psychology
Columbia 7
  Co-Chairs:  José Arzola-Ruiz, Umer Asgher and Salman Nazir, Cuba/Pakistan/Norway  
  Novel evolutionary metaheuristic approach: Integration of variables for subjective evaluation
  Umer Asgher, Rolando Simeón Monet, Riaz Ahmad, José Arzola-Ruiz, Pakistan
  Research on users’ preference of electric bicycle based on evaluating grid method (EGM) and fuzzy Kano Model
  Tianxiong Wang, Liu Yang, China
  Black hole illusion: Functions of temporal and spatial cues
  Ming Chang, Lei Huang, China
  Modeling and multi-objective optimization of insulating lining using Heuristic technique “Exploration of Variables Codes (ECV)”
  Umer Asgher, José Arzola-Ruiz, Osmel Martínez-Valdés, Riaz Ahmad, Pakistan
  Evolutionary integration of variables (EIV) and brain-machine algorithms application in 2D irregular-shaped nesting problem optimization
  José Arzola-Ruiz, Arlys Michel Lastre, Alexis Cordovés-García, Umer Asgher, Cuba
  Research on interactive performance optimization strategy of complex systems based on information coding
  Tian Qin, Siyi Wang, China
Safety Perception and Behaviour Analysis
Session 124
Saturday, July 27
10:30 - 12:30
Safety Management and Human Factors
Columbia 8
  Co-Chairs:  Yulia Salnikova and Yuqing Tong, Russia/China  
  Gender differences in risk-taking-related personality traits and risk perception: implications for safety training and awareness programs
  Kapo Wong, Alan H.S. Chan, Saad A. Alabdulkarim, Hong Kong
  Socially oriented design of technical systems and objects: Safety and accident prevention
  Yulia Salnikova, Evgeny Kolbachev, Russia
  The research of enterprise behavior safety consciousness and behavior safety
  Yuqing Tong, China
  Compliance supervision or self-regulation? A new research perspective based on game theory
  Yuan Gao, Yunxiao Fan, China
  Occupational safety and health: Framework for conduct adjustment agreements
  Rafael Ernesto Kieckbusch, Amanda Falluh Fragoso Mendonça, Ana Cristina Fechine Pimentel,
  Andrea Cristina Santos, Brazil
Safety and Hazards I
Session 125
Saturday, July 27
10:30 - 12:30
Human Factors in Transportation - Road & Rail
Columbia 1
  Co-Chairs:  Stuart Birrell and Dingzhou Fei, UK/China  
  Gear shifter design – lack of dedicated positions and the contribution to cognitive load and inattention
  Sanna Lohilahti Bladfält, Camilla Grane, Peter Bengtsson, Sweden
  Forensic analyses of rumble strips
  Jack Auflick, James Sprague, Joseph Eganhouse, Julius Roberts, USA
  Profiles of professional drivers in a drowsiness and distraction perspective
  Sara Ferreira, Zafeiris Kokkinogenis, Antonio Couto, Portugal
  Road safety challenges and action plan in Qatar
  Khaled Shaaban, Qatar
  Analysis of pedestrians’ crashes in Qatar
  Khaled Shaaban, Qatar
  Exploring Dubai road user behavior and traffic culture by studying road safety challenges faced by tram and bus drivers
  Shahid Tanvir, UAE
The Present and Future of Macroergonomic Systems
Session 126
Saturday, July 27
10:30 - 12:30
Social & Occupational Ergonomics
Columbia 2
  Co-Chairs:  Marcin Butlewski and Ana Margarida Ferreira, Germany/Portugal   
  Gamifying onboarding: How to increase both engagement and integration of new employees
  Louisa Heimburger, Rúben Gouveia, Oliver Korn, Germany
  Wellbeing through design for dynamic diversity: The voice of minorities in design for all
  Marcin Butlewski, Poland
  Social design, innovation and ergonomics: Reflections on education, transdisciplinarity, and new blurred models for sustainable social change
  Ana Margarida Ferreira, Nicos Souleles, Stefania Savva, Portugal
  Ergo + 50: Ergonomic assessment methodology aimed at older workers.
  Alberto Ferreras, Raquel Marzo Roselló, Spain
  Towards an expert system for assigning optimal workplaces to workers with disabilities
  Gregor Harih, Nataša Vujica-Herzog, Slovenia
  The role of construction project planning in accommodating ergonomic considerations of the aging workforce
  Steven Kangisser, Young Mi Choi Ph.D., USA
Ergonomics in Urban Design I
Session 127
Saturday, July 27
10:30 - 12:30
Human Factors, Architecture, Sustainable Urban Planning and Infrastructure
Columbia 3
  Co-Chairs: Joanna Jablonska and Anna Jaglarz, Poland  
  Landscape parks in China – steering and canalizing growing tourism
  Teresa Bardzinska-Bonenberg, Shoufang Liu, Poland
  Smart village as a model of sustainable development: Case study of Wielkopolska region in Poland
  Wojciech Bonenberg, Mo Zhou, Xia Wei, Poland
  The growing house – ergonomic, ecological, economical and flexible - the way to solve the housing problem in interwar Germany
  Jadwiga Urbanik, Poland
  Architectural challenges of designing front entrance area at city schools
  Andrzej Dudzinski, Poland
  Smart eco-villages and tourism development based on rural revitalization with comparison and polish ancient villages experiences
  Ling Qi, Mo Zhou, Wojciech Bonenberg, Zixuan Ma, China
  Management balance between nature and rural settlements in China
  Shoufang Liu, Lin Li, Wojciech Bonenberg, Teresa Bardzinska-Bonenberg, Mo Zhou, China
  Active city for healthy ageing and “anti-globesity”
  Cristiana  Cellucci, Michele Di Sivo, Italy
Usability and User-Centered Design II
Session 128
Saturday, July 27
10:30 - 12:30
Usability and User Experience
Columbia 4
  Co-Chairs:  Hashim Chunpir and Lauren LaSpina-Paoletti, Germany/USA   
  Comparison of information technology service management (ITSM) practices in e-science, libraries, public administration and the private sector
  Hashim Chunpir, Germany
  GDPR considerations in recruiting participants for human factors research
  Richard Horst, Yasmin Diederiks, USA
  Heuristic and bias information on ship engine operation alarm display
  Adi Mas Nizar, Takashi Miwa, Makoto Uchida, Masumi Nakamura, Japan
  Closing the gap of creating design concepts for DSS by applying the situation awareness oriented design principles
  Elena Dalinger, Daniel Feiser, Germany
  Building a house with a limited tool set: Overcoming the challenge of incorporating usability in the acquisition process
  Jade Driggs, Alice Diggs, Richard Steinberg, USA
  Are you prepared for the ISO 11607 medical device packaging changes?
  Lauren LaSpina-Paoletti, USA
  Towards an accessible UX for people with disabilities in open educational resources websites
  Rosa Navarrete, Sergio Luján-mora, Ecuador
Human Factors in Design
Session 129
Saturday, July 27
10:30 - 12:30
Human Factors and Systems Interaction
Columbia 9
  Co-Chairs: Isabel L. Nunes and Maximilian Zarte, Portugal/Germany  
  Learning from employee perceptions of human-work and work-organization in digitized production-drilling activity in mines
  Mohammed Aminu Sanda, Grenada
  Vehicle multi-sensory user interaction design research based on the minds methods
  Qianqian Wu, Zhang Zhang, China
  System-of-systems approach for sustainable production planning and controlling in manufacturing companies
  Maximilian Zarte, Agnes Pechmann, Isabel l. Nunes, Germany
  Research on the dynamics of interaction design course system based on collaborative innovation
  Gaosheng luo, China
  Prototyping in human computer interaction
  Maryam Afzaal, Sidra Perveen, Khadija Akbar, Nazifa Nazir, Pakistan
  Applying system approach to emergency evacuation in subway station
  Ying Dai, China
  Set-top box automated lip-reading controller based on convolutional neural network
  Yuanyao Lu, Haiyang Jiang, China
Human Factors, Business Management and Efficiency 
Session 130
Saturday, July 27
10:30 - 12:30
Human Factors, Business Management and Society
Columbia 10
  Co-Chairs:  Henrijs Kalkis and Zenija Roja, Latvia  
  Four conceptual perspectives of innovations components
  Jelena Salkovska, Liga Braslina, Daina Šķiltere, Anda Batraga, Aija Legzdina, Girts Braslins, Henrijs Kalkis, Latvia
  Gossip and pro social behavior
  Eyal Eckhaus, Batia Ben-Hador, Israel
  Lean manufacturing model based on knowledge management to increase compliance in the production process in Peruvian SMEs in the textile garment sector
  Camila Cortez, Nicole Di-Laura, Gino Viacava, Carlos Raymundo, Francisco Dominguez, Peru
  Inno-Kinetic: Innovative approach for strategic management
  Varit Intrama, Gunthon Uiyamatiti,Pakpachong Vadhanasindhu, Thailand
  Effect of the macro environmental and firm-level factors on open innovations in product development and their impact on firms’ performance
  Afnan Zafar, Jussi Kantola, Finland
  Furniture mass customization business model
  Yongtao Zheng, Fu Tieming, China
  The applicability of human factors analyses in retail stores
  Jack Horton, USA
Human Interaction with Small Unmanned Aerial Systems
Session 131
Saturday, July 27
10:30 - 12:30
Human Factors in Robots and Unmanned Systems
Columbia 11
  Co-Chairs:  Durant Bridges and Jari Laarni, USA/Finland  
  Small unmanned aircraft-systems-operations augmented reality user interface types
  Durant Bridges, USA
  Human–drone interaction: Virtues and vices in systemic perspective
  Khavanova Inna, Olga Burukina, Russia
  Development of a concept of operations for an autonomous swarm of heterogeneous robots for border surveillance
  Jari Laarni, Antti Väätänen, Finland
  Taking advantage of swarming to support consistent and predictable behavior of an autonomous system following loss of communications
  Serge Chaumette, France
  Spatiotemporal analysis of “Jello Effect” in drone videos
  Yang Cai, Eric Lam, Todd Howlett, Alan Cai, USA
Human Factors in Cybersecurity: Awareness and Cyber-Physical Security
Session 132
Saturday, July 27
10:30 - 12:30
Human Factors in Cybersecurity
Columbia 12
  Co-Chairs:  Nicholas Caporusso and Jeremiah Still, USA  
  Human factors in power systems cyber-physical security
  Sagnik Basumallik, Rui Ma, Sara Eftekharnejad, USA
  Human-centered cyber situation awareness
  Vincent Mancuso, Sarah McGuire, Diane Staheli, USA
  Over-the-shoulder attack resistant graphical authentication schemes impact on working memory
  Jeremiah Still, Ashley Cain, USA
  Comparative evaluation of security and convenience trade-offs in password generation aiding systems
  Nicholas Caporusso, Michael Stainbrook, USA
  Perceiving motion behaviors of cyber malware
  Yang Cai, Jose Morales, Neta Ezer, USA
  HackIT: A human-in-the-loop simulation tool for realistic cyber deception experiments
  Palvi Aggarwal, Aksh Gautam, Vaibhav Aggarwal, Cleotilde Gonzalez, Varun Dutt, USA
Designing for Inclusion in the Cultural Heritage
Session 133
Saturday, July 27
10:30 - 12:30
Design for Inclusion
  Co-Chairs:  Giuseppe Mincolelli and Alessandra Rinaldi, Italy  
  Media convergence in information transmission in museum space
  Yongbin Wang, China
User interaction and scenario-based experience design for new media technology in museum spatial experience
  Jian Yu, China
  Inclusive design practices for natural parks. Products and services for experience-focused solutions in places of high naturalistic value.
  Ivo Caruso, Vincenzo Cristallo, Carlo Martino, Italy
  Inclusive participation design methodologies for digital cultural heritage
  Giuseppe Mincolelli, Michele Marchi, Italy
  Interaction design for experience and inclusion in cultural heritage
  Alessandra Rinaldi, Italy
  An application for mobile systems developed with the community involvement. An open source mobile application project of a perceptive city map
  Francesca Bozza, Italy
Advances in Computational Social Sciences
Session 134
Saturday, July 27
10:30 - 12:30
Human Factors and Simulation
Gunston West
  Co-Chairs: Zining Yang and Sekwen Kim, USA  
  Diffusion of environmental protectionism: single-use plastic bags ban policy in California
  Zining Yang, Sekwen Kim, USA
  The urban renew case study on a feasibility profit sharing in different development intensity by game theory
  Yuan Yuan Lee, Zining Yang, Oliver Shyr, USA
  Nefarious actors: An agent based analysis of threats to the democratic process
  Nicholas Stowell, Norvell Thomas, USA
  Implication of artificial intelligence model to improve safety in rail transit
  Zhang Qiang, Zining Yang, Gao Chunhai, Cheung Virginia, USA
  Establishing data driven research approach to social sciences
  Xiangyu Wan, China
Human Factors in Game Design II
Session 135
Saturday, July 27
10:30 - 12:30
AHuman Factors in Virtual Environments and Game Design  
  Co-Chairs:  Kun Chen and Ricardo Navarro, China/Peru  
  Logic evaluation through game-based assessment
  Carlos Arce-Lopera, Alan Perea, Colombia
  Designing experiences: a virtual reality video game to enhance immersion
  Ricardo Navarro, Vanessa Vega, Sergio Martinez, Maria José Espinosa, Daniel Hidalgo, Peru
  Journey to school: Co-designing games for children
  Yuanyuan Yang, Tie Ji, Duoduo Zhang, China
  Exploring the attractive factors of mobile first-person shooter game
  Zhang Baoyi, Min-yuan Ma, China
  Osteology digital game study: The box of bones
  Milton Vieira, Gabriel Prim, Wiliam Andrade, Flavio Andalo, Gustavo Boehs, Brazil
  Study on the design process of the educational games in form of reality room escape games
  Kun Chen, China
  Virtual reality and Industry 4.0 applied to electrical operation system center in real time
  Alexandre Cardoso, Gerson Flavio Mendes de Lima, Edgard Afonso Lamounier, Daniel Sousa Ramos,
  Alexandre Carvalho Silva, Brazil
Human Factors and Wearable Technologies II
Session 136
Saturday, July 27
10:30 - 12:30
Human Factors and Wearable Technologies
Gunston East
  Co-Chairs:  Martina Ziefle and Mao-Jiun Wang, Germany/Taiwan  
  A novel joint angle measurement system to monitor hip movement in children with hip diseases
  Donato Giuseppe Leo, Badr M. Abdullah, Daniel C. Perry, Helen Jones, UK
  Nudging vs. budging: Users’ acceptance of nudging for more physical activity
  Chantal Lidynia, Julia Offermann-van Heek, Martina Ziefle, Germany
  Smartphone-based human fatigue detection for daily activities using gait analysis
  Swapnali  Karvekar, Ehsan Rashedi, USA
  Evaluation of suitable rest times for the use of optical head-mounted displays
  Chih-Yu Hsiao, Yi-An Liu, Mao-Jiun Wang, Taiwan
  Technologies for optimizing speech intelligibility in occupational environments
  Neeru Kapoor, Kumar Vyonkesh Mani, Devasharma Nayak, Bhuvnesh Kumar, India
  Development of ergonomic swimming goggles based on benchmarking and 3D facial scan
  Waranya Khamnasak, Jangwoon Park, Mehrube Mehrubeoglu, USA
Human Error Considerations in Design
Session 137
Saturday, July 27
10:30 - 12:30
Human Error, Reliability, Resilience, and Performance
  Co-Chairs:  Xiaoli Wu and Salvador Avila Filho, Japan/Brazil  
  Error prevention design method of civil aircraft flight deck
  Jin ZheFeng, Dong DaYong, Zhang Yinbo, Meng Hua, China
  Human error analysis with the use of THERP in a prototyping lab
  Alice Machado Viana, Leticia Ramírez, Gabriela Rubinich, Rafaela Ribeiro, Isadora Lima, Izabella Vinhal, Brazil
  Mining human error incident patterns with text classification
  Toru Nakata, Japan
  A risk analysis method for human-machine system based on risk scenario and interaction interface analysis
  Xing Pan, Yuhang Jiang, Wenjin Zhang, Xianheng Zhao, China
  Human factors engineering analyses for human system interface of severe accident management support system based on human factors engineering program
  Lee Sungheon, Jonghyun Kim, South Korea
  Research on the evaluation method of human factors for the display and warning system of power plant in aircraft cockpit
  Zongpeng Wang, Yundong Guo, Youchao Sun, China
  Optimization of information interaction interface based on error-cognition mechanism
  Xiaoli Wu, Chengqi Xue, Feng Zhou, Linlin Wang, Weiwei Zhang, Tingting Zhang, Ling Xia, China
Human Factors for Technologies in Apparel and Textile Design/Engineering
Session 138
Saturday, July 27
10:30 - 12:30
Human Factors for Apparel and Textile Engineering
Holmead East
  Co-Chairs:  F. Moreira da Silva and Gianni Montagna, Portugal  
  Distribution of clothing pressure in support knee-high socks and its evaluation
  Tamaki Mitsuno, Aya Yamagishi, Mayuko Takenaka, Japan
  Reliability of anthropometric reference data for children’s product design
  Su-Jeong Shin, Mona Maher, USA
Formation of the 3D virtual models for clothing fit assessment applied in human factors
  Hyunjung Lee, Su-Jeong Shin, USA
Research on the characteristics of hand shape in different countries
  Jing Zhao, Gang Wu, Zhao Chao, Zhang Fan, Xinyu Cao, China
  Clothing pressure alters brain wave activity in the occipital and parietal lobes
  Yunjuan Liu, Yan wang, Dongsheng Chen, Yingjin Gan, China
  Development of flame retardant Fiber Reinforced Plastics products embedded with Japan-specific traditional design
  Tetsuo Kikuchi, Japan
  3D motion detection system for analyzing apparel dynamic ease distribution
  Zheng Liu, Bugao Xu, Qin He, Fengyuan Zou, Yuyan Ding, USA
Macro 3D Printing
Session 139
Saturday, July 27
10:30 - 12:30
  Co-Chairs:  Didier Lootens and Scott Jones, Switzerland/USA  
  3D printing of concrete: Toward the industrialization of the construction
  Didier Lootens, Switzerland
  Scaling from paste to mortar for 3D printing
  Scott Jones, Nicos Martys, USA
  Safety and performance of reinforced concrete additive construction
  Eric Kreiger, Brandy Diggs-McGee, Tanner Wood, Bruce MacAllister, Megan Kreiger, USA
  Evaluation of early-age concrete structural build-up for 3D concrete printing by oscillatory rheometry
  Wilson Ricardo Leal da Silva, Herve Fryda, Thomas Juul Andersen, Per Norelius, Jean-Noel Bousseau, Denmark
  Induction heating based 3D metal printing of eutectic alloy using vibrating nozzle
  Hemang Kumar Jayant, Manish Arora, India
Production, Quality and Maintenance Management
Session 140
Saturday, July 27
10:30 - 12:30
Advanced Production Management and Process Control
  Co-Chairs: Carlos Raymundo and Jing Zhao, Peru/China  
  Production management model for increasing productivity in bakery SMEs in Peru
  Fiorella Lastra, Nicolas Meneses, Ernesto Altamirano, Carlos Raymundo, Javier M. Moguerza, Peru
  Lean model of production management for the increase of the productivity in Mypes Bakery in Peru
  Carlos Raymundo, Ernesto Altamirano, Huallpa Huallpa, Tomas Vera, Peru
  Study on the decision of supply chain considering asymmetric information and quality competition
  Zhao Chao, China
  Application of Delphi technique for assessing the effects of total quality management implementation in the construction industry
  Samuel Ansah, Clinton Aigbavboa, Wellington Didibhuku Thwala, Ghana
  Self-sensing production for smart concrete cracks
  Samuel Segun, Clinton Aigbavboa, South Africa
  Information systems for maintenance management
  Zbigniew Wisniewski, Poland
Design Embracing Information Science, Intention and Experience
Session 141
Saturday, July 27
10:30 - 12:30
Interdisciplinary Practice in Industrial Design
Holmead West
  Co-Chairs:  Cliff Shin and Gerry Derksen, USA  
  Planting new seeds: Opportunities for design to transform agriculture through emerging technologies
  John Capozzo, Cliff Shin, USA
  There are letters and then there are letters: Materiality and emotional response from interactive books
  Gerry Derksen, Thaís Cristina Martino Sehn, USA
  Should the environment be a human factor?
  Stan Ruecker, Claudia Grisales, Mohammad Amanzadeh, John Capozzo, Gerry Derksen, Juan de la Rosa,
  Priscilla Ferronato, Thais Sehn, Cliff Shin, USA
  Quantitative research on the relationship between design elements and Kansei image of electric vehicle styling
  Mingzhu Li, China
  Purpose shifting in serious game: Bridging the gap between serious intention and playful experience
  Tengjia Zuo, Ziheng Zhang, The Netherlands
Physical Ergonomics Applications and Analysis
Session 142
Saturday, July 27
10:30 - 12:30
Physical Ergonomics & Human Factors
Fairchild East
  Co-Chairs:  Chengcheng Liu and Linghua Ran, China  
  The application of lifecycle design strategy in interaction design
  Chengcheng Liu, Yang Zhao, China
  The lean solution of hospice service design in the “internet+ ” era
  Yang Zhao, Chengcheng Liu, China
  The correlation of foot data with body height and weight of Chinese adults
  Linghua Ran, Hong Luo, Chaoyi Zhao, Xin Zhang, Huimin Hu, Zhongting Wang, China
  Improvement of the design of tableware based on dining behavior of preschoolers
  Hong Yang, China
  Research into characteristics of Xi’an’s urban signage system
  Li Jing, China
  Design and analysis of ergonomic CNC lathe
  Li Wei, Liu Lifu, China
  The influence of psychology on human factor analysis in furniture design
  Meina Wang, China
Human Factors in Training, Education, and Learning Sciences
Session 143
Saturday, July 27
10:30 - 12:30
Human Factors in Training, Education, and Learning Sciences
Fairchild West
  Co-Chairs:  Neil Hall and Michelle Burger, UK/South Africa  
  Challenges in operator training for (semi-)autonomous systems
  Salman Nazir, Norway
  The construction manager’s mask: A more purpose-fit selection for South Africa
  Andries van Heerden, Michelle Burger, Benita Zulch, South Africa
  Developing an online community of learners for maritime training – a case study
  Amit Sharma, Salman Nazir, Norway
  What's your story?
  Ryan Davis, USA
  Curriculum infusion through case studies: Engaging undergraduate students in course subject material and influencing behavior change
  Ellen Bass, Holly Foster, Douglas Lee, Susie Bruce, R. Reid Bailey, USA
  The VITO: Novel training kit to limit down  the learning curve of the upper gi endoscopy operations
  Konstantinos Mammas, Adamantia Mamma, Greece
  Using dynamic learning process to solve science learning problem in undergraduate study in Thailand
  Jaruwan Chutrtong, Kunyanuth Kularbphettong, Waradoon Chutrtong, Thailand
Human Factors, Sustainable Urban Planning and Infrastructure I
Session 144
Saturday, July 27
10:30 - 12:30
Human Factors, Architecture, Sustainable Urban Planning and Infrastructure
Du Pont
  Co-Chairs:  Amna Sabree and Clinton Aigbavboa, Iraq/South Africa  
  Alternative development in the proposed model of the strategy for empowerment and sustainable development
  Firas Hamodi, Amna Sabree, Iraq
  Privatisation of urban public spaces and its impact on inclusivity and sustainability
  Khululekani Ntakana, Clinton Aigbavboa, South Africa
  Innovative urban renewal approaches for inclusive and sustainable urban areas
  Khululekani Ntakana, Clinton Aigbavboa, South Africa
  Lunch Break 12:30 - 13:30   •    Enjoy lunch at the restaurant of your choice
SESSION Saturday, July 27    •   13:30-15:30
Emotion, Culture and Society
Session 151
Saturday, July 27
Affective and Pleasurable Design 
Columbia 5
  Co-Chairs:  Shuichi Fukuda and Anton Nijholt, Japan/The Netherlands  
  A big shift in engineering: From product to society
  Shuichi Fukuda, Japan
  Artificial intelligence and natural intelligence
  Shuichi Fukuda, Japan
  Reconstruction of attractiveness in rural field: Study on innovation exhibition mode of community culture
  Lishu Lu, Taiwan
  Designing emotional product design: When design management combines engineering and marketing
  Yuuki Shigemoto, Japan
  Somatic senses required for the emotional design of upper limb prosthesis
  Luisa M.  Arruda, Helder Carvalho, Brazil
Health and Neuroergonomics
Session 151
Saturday, July 27
Columbia 6
  Co-Chairs:  Peter Hall and Hasan Ayaz, Canada/USA  
  Novel contributions of neuroergonomics and cognitive engineering to population health
  Peter Hall, Canada
  Human and environmental factors influence the intelligence quotient and cognitive efficacy in children: A study in Malaysia
  SwamyKB Kaki, Malaysia
  Beyond physical domain, understanding workers cognitive and emotional status to enhance worker performance and wellbeing
  Juan Manuel Belda-Lois, Carlos Planell Palop, Andrés Soler, Nicolás Palomares Olivares, Purificación Castelló Mercé,
  Jose Laparra Hernández, Spain
  Machine-learning classifier for discerning performance levels of physicians evaluating MRI brain scans for early-stage Alzheimer's disease
  Javed Mostafa, Yi Hong, Wang Yue, Daniel Kaufer, Prithima Mosley, Lukasz Mazur, USA
  Performance and brain activity during a spatial working memory task: Application to pilot candidate selection
  Mickael Causse, Zarrin Chua, Nadine Matton, France
  Application of functional near infrared spectroscopy (fNIRS) on speech and language research in children
  Selen Gündüz, Turkey
Digital Human Modeling and Applied Optimization II
Session 151
Saturday, July 27
Digital Human Modeling and Applied Optimization 
Columbia 7
  Co-Chairs:  Thomas Alexander and Sudhakar Rajulu, Germany/USA  
  How does your customer look like? Case study on the use of the new size North America anthropometric database in digital human modeling
  Thorsten Kuebler, USA
  Processes for the elaboration of 3D models to replace an individual image participating in clinical studies
  Andrew Scarinci do Nascimento, Márcio Henrique de Sousa Carboni, Brazil
  Predicting anthropometric measurements from 3D body scans: Methods and evaluation
  Peng Li, Steven Paquette, USA
  Creating a digital human head model for the design of optical head-worn displays
  John Saxton, Mariel Shienberg, USA
  Reliability of 3D scanning hardware and software to collect anthropometric measurements
  Bruno Barbieri, Isabella Sierra, Marcio Salatiel, Maria Lucia Okimoto, Marcio Catapan, Jose aguiomar Foggiatto, Brazil
  Application of multi-objective optimization on ergonomics in manufacturing – a case study
  Aitor Iriondo, Dan Högberg, Anna Syberfeldt, Erik Brolin, Lars Hanson, Sweden
Virtual Reality
Session 151
Saturday, July 27
Ergonomics in Design 
Columbia 8
  Co-Chairs:  Paulo Noriega and Francisco Rebelo, Portugal  
  Evaluation of behavioral consonance with safety warnings at different levels of cognitive load
  Ana Almeida, Francisco Rebelo, Paulo Noriega, Portugal
  Locomotion-in-place and teleport: Which is the best technique to be used in human behavior research using virtual reality?
  Inês Galrão, Francisco Rebelo, Paulo Noriega, Portugal
  Influence of distance from observation point to hanging wall on feeling of depth of space behind wall
  Daiya Nagakura, Yohsuke Yoshioka, Japan
  Openness feeling on height direction in high ceiling room and bending pattern of leading passage
  Takuya Sugiyama, Yohsuke Yoshioka, Japan
  Exploratory study to investigate the influence of a third person on an individual emergency wayfinding decision.
  Paulo Noriega, Elisângela Vilar, Francisco Rebelo, Inês Galrão, Daniel Semedo, Nuno  Graça, Portugal
  Emotion through narrative: Validation for user engagement in game context
  Yanick Trindade, Francisco Rebelo, Paulo Noriega, Portugal
  How deep is a virtual reality experience: Virtual environments, emotions and physiological measures
  Paulo Noriega, Tiago Oliveira, José Carvalhais, Francisco Rebelo, Portugal
Communication Design
Session 151
Saturday, July 27
Ergonomics in Design 
Columbia 1
  Co-Chairs:  Daniel Raposo and Elsabete Role, Portugal  
  Communication design as tool for social transformation: a co-design project with the residents of the Rego Neighborhood, Lisbon
  Inês Coimbra, Teresa Olazabal Cabral, Portugal
  The brand mark competitors map as visual research tool. Using graphic and symbolic data in the brand visual identity project
  Daniel Raposo, Rogério Ribeiro, Mariana Martins Amaral, Juan-R. Martin-Sanroman, Portugal
  A methodology for the analysis of brand visual identity of food products: comprehension and valuation of graphic signs
  Daniel Raposo, Catarina Laginha, João Neves, Jose Silva, Fernando Moreira da Silva, Portugal
  Cover colour – the use of colour in book collections
  Elisabete Rolo, Portugal
  Graphic design and ethnography
  Elisabete Rolo, Portugal
  Boundary dimension design of graphical symbols based on user preference
  Zhongting Wang, Ling Luo, Linghua Ran, Liang Zhang, China
  An ergonomic assessment on the detectability design of the new generation currency coin series and Bangko Sentral ng Pilipinas coin series
  Patricia Michaela Gregorio, Ninna Ysabel G. Layug, Diane Denise Francisco, Philippines
Diagnosis Systems
Session 151
Saturday, July 27
Human Factors and Ergonomics in Healthcare and Medical Devices 
Columbia 2
  Co-Chairs:  Nancy Lightner and Jangwoon Park, USA  
  Active training performance in an end-effector based robot
  Eliseo de Jesus Cortes Torres, Anibal Alexandre Campos Bonilla, Daniel Martins, Eduardo Bock, Brazil
  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
Development of a sleep monitoring system by using a depth sensor: A pilot study
  Jangwoon Park, Jungyoon Kim, Jaehyun Park, Alaa Sheta, Christina Murphey, Dugan Um, USA
Relation between electrodermal activity and pain in individuals with shoulder pathology
  Cláudia Quaresma, Rodrigo Guilherme, Carla Quintão, Portugal
Nurses and doctors perceptions on the usability and human factors of patient monitors used in intensive care units
  Evismar Andrade, Richard Harte, Gearóid Ó Laighin, Leo Quinlan, Ireland
Differentiation of patients with SS and NA at the non-invasive examination stage: Possibilities of the volumetric MSCT-coronary angiography
  Nargiza Vakhidova, Adxam Ikramov, Nigora Djuraeva, Aybek Amirkhamzaev, Aybek Amirkhamzaev,
  Muzaffar Maksudov, Najmitdin Mahkamov, Uzbekistan
Workplace Safety and Human Factors I
Session 151
Saturday, July 27
Safety Management and Human Factors 
Columbia 3
  Co-Chairs:  Nanthawan Am Eam and Mohamed Mokdad, Thailand/Bahrain  
  An evaluation of work posture by REBA: A case study in maintenance department
  Nanthawan Am Eam, Thaweeuk Noosom, Kunthara Ninthappho, Patompong Jankaew, Thailand
  Welders’ knowledge of personal protective equipment usage and occupational hazards awareness in the Ghanaian informal auto-mechanic industrial sector
  Mohammed Aminu Sanda, Juliet Nugble, Ghana
  Safety in palm tree date work in Algeria: The role of belt design and use
  Mohamed Mokdad, Bahrain
  University and hospital partnership for the improvement of working conditions
  Eduardo Santos, Maria auxiliadora Barreto, Karine Borges de Oliveira, Brazil
  The Sailport project: A trilateral approach to the improvement of workers’ safety and health in ports
  Alessandro Filippeschi, Mauro Pellicci, Federico Vanni, Giulia Forte, Giulia Bassani, Lorenzo Landolfi, Diego De Merich,
  Giuseppe Campo, Carlo Alberto Avizzano, Massimo Bergamasco, Italy
  Human-system interaction design requirements to improve machinery and systems safety
  Peter Nickel, Peter Bärenz, Siegfried Radandt, Michael Wichtl, Urs Kaufmann, Luigi Monica, Hans-Jürgen Bischoff, Manobhiram Nellutla, Germany
  Hazard analysis of a gas-fired GMH8 Goodman furnace
  Jerry Purswell, Sarah Poelman, USA
Safety and Hazards II
Session 152
Saturday, July 27
Human Factors in Transportation - Road & Rail
Columbia 4
  Co-Chairs:  Craig Allison and Yude Gao, UK/China  
  The effects of music background on hazard perception among young adult drivers
  Warren Brodsky, Avinoam Borowsky, Israel
  The traffic psychology applied to road safety study
  Dingzhou Fei, China
  Effects of the cross-section on the driver’s behavior approaching bicycle crossroads
  Francesco Bella, Federica Nobili, Italy
  EyeCar: Intelligently searching road hazards by physiological data with a hierarchical mixture of experts model
  Sonia Baee, Erfan Pakdamanian, USA
  The effect of daylight saving time on road safety
  Yude Gao, China
  Analysis of driving safety and cellphone use based on social media
  Chao Qian, Yueqing Li, Wenchao Zuo, Yuhong Wang, USA
Social and Occupational Ergonomics: Evaluation, Optimization and Job Design
Session 153
Saturday, July 27
Social & Occupational Ergonomics
Columbia 9
  Co-Chairs: Hebert Roberto da Silva and Zbigniew Wisniewski, Brazil/Poland  
  The ergonomics of sorting recyclable materials: A case study of a Brazilian cooperative
  Hebert Roberto da Silva, Brazil
  Effectiveness of prosthetic adaptation and users’ satisfaction: Comparison between different technologies
  Maria Patrizia Orlando, Claudia Giliberti, Fabio Lo Castro, Raffaele Mariconte, Lucia Longo, Italy
  Ergonomic evaluation of the modified hand-held grass cutter
  Mayur Mhamunkar, Vikrant Singh, Lokesh kolhe, Sagar Bagane, Mohit ahuja, Yueqing Li, USA
  Evaluation of ergonomic factors in personnel working at hydrocarbon sector by means of e-Lets instrument
  Surya García, Corina Flores, Victor Rodriguez, Pablo Aram Solis, Corina Hernandez, Mexico
  Ergonomic evaluation in the Ecuadorian workplace
  Oswaldo Jara, Fanny Ballesteros, Esteban Carrera, Pablo Davila, Oswaldo Jara, Ecuador
  Engineering student practices in work safety reports using work-based learning
  Eduardo Santos, Brazil
  Management as a risk factor for farm injuries for women in Pune, India
  Nandini Kalkumbe, Shilpi Bora, India
Ergonomics in Urban Design II
Session 154
Saturday, July 27
Human Factors, Architecture, Sustainable Urban Planning and Infrastructure
Columbia 10
  Co-Chairs: Agata Bonenberg and Christianne Falcao, Poland/Brazil  
Users preferences in land use and architecture of rural areas
  Wojciech Bonenberg, Mo Zhou, Xia Wei, Poland/China
  Accessibility of the open public space in cities
  Alicja Maciejko, Roman Czajka, Poland
  Creative process in architectural and urban spaces
  Agata Bonenberg, Poland
  Possibilities of using architecture in striving to maintain balance between natural and built environment
  Anna Wojtas-Haran, Poland
  Functional and aesthetic aspects of modernization of large-panel residential buildings
  Przemyslaw Nowakowski, Poland
  Revitalization of buildings and urban areas on the example of Gdańsk, Venice, Milano and Zabrze
  Klaudiusz Fross, Anna Guminska, Maria Bielak-Zasadzka, Poland
  The influence factor for walkability of street furniture: In case of Turin
  Xiaolei Shi, Daniela Bosia, Lorenzo Savio, China
Usability and User Experience Applications I
Session 155
Saturday, July 27
Usability and User Experience
Columbia 11
  Co-Chairs:  Marcos Souza and Peng Jyun Liu, Brazil/Taiwan  
  Application of universal design for design improvement of hangers
  Peng Jyun Liu, Ching-Yi Wang, Yi-Chun Hsieh, Chu-Lin Su, Taiwan
  Obstacles for open design to be adapted by the masses
  Yongtao Zheng, Maiqi Lin, Hai Fang, China
  Logic of behaviors and somaesthetics driven user experience research: Design and innovation in air energy products
  Jiahuan Qiu, Jun Zhang, China
  Iterative symbiosis between multi-role user requirements and data information visualization
  Luan Jiachen, Jun Zhang, China
  Influence of the user experience in switching speed of the digital reading interface
  Chenyang Sun, Jun Zhang, China
  User experience improvement design of shopping mall based on crowd classification research
  Chufan Jin, Jiamin Jiang, Dian Zhu, Xi Chen, China
  The theater for all ears
  Marcos Souza, Brazil
Usability and User Experience Applications II
Session 156
Saturday, July 27
SUsability and User Experience
Columbia 12
  Co-Chairs:  Minxia Liu and Kui Gao, China  
  Young Chinese users’ perception of passenger car form in front quarter view analyzed with quantitative and qualitative methods
  Chunrong Liu, Kui Gao, China
  Hassle free two-factor authentication technologies: A detailed study exploring human cognition of authentication technologies
  Sanchari Das, USA
  Gamification design of shared bicycle power supply system based on "Fogg behavior model
  Hui Yan, China
  Research and analysis on the influence factors of visual reaction time
  Minxia Liu, China
  User experience research on the human-computer interaction system of connected car
  Han Gao, Bo Li, Ting Han, China
  Spatial heuristic evaluation through way finding: A tale of two Indian cities
  Aditi Bhatt, Saptarshi Kolay, India
  Design and implementation of digital display in ancient and famous trees service
  Jing-hua Han, Chen Jin, Li-sha Wu, China
Management of Productivity in Smart Manufacturing/Industry 4.0
Session 157
Saturday, July 27
Human Factors and Simulation / Human Factors and Systems Interaction
  Co-Chairs:  Tim Jeske and Benjamin Adrian, Germany  
  Holistic productivity management using digitalization
  Tim Jeske, Marc-André Weber, Frank Lennings, Sascha Stowasser, Germany
  Industry 4.0 technology and employees behavior interaction in Serbian industrial companies
  Zorica Veljkovic, Vesna Spasojevic Brkic, Andrija Petrovic, Serbia
  The new way to productivity management: Method design and fatigue control
  Gabriele Caragnano, Italy
  Overconfidence in smart manufacturing – lessons to be learned from human-robot collaboration
  Tudor Ionescu, Sebastian Schlund, Christina Schmidbauer, Austria
  Enabling smart assembly workplaces by implementing a software framework and key performance indicator assistance
  Peter Burggraef, Kai Kreiskoether, Tobias Adlon, Aaron Riegauf, Benjamin Dorn, Germany
  Automatic generation of methods-time measurement analyses for assembly tasks from motion capture data using convolutional neuronal networks - A proof of concept
 Jochen Deuse, Lukas Stankiewicz, Ronny Zwinkau, Frank Weichert, Germany
  Analysing body motions using motion capture data
  Martin Benter, Peter Kuhlang, Germany
Human Factors, Business Management and Society: Market Views
Session 158
Saturday, July 27
Human Factors, Business Management and Society
Gunston West
  Co-Chairs:  Silvia Zaharia and Nicole Vargas, Germany/Peru  
Customer experience in online-retailing – an analysis of the main vertical industries in German online-retailing
  Silvia Zaharia, Germany
  Can marketization eliminate labor market discrimination? Analysis based on height and beauty premium
  Liqun Du, China
  Assessing the sustainability of crowdfunding in social media and Google trends
  Maria José Palma Lampreia Dos Santos, Henrique Diz, Manuel Mota, Maria Fátima Ferreiro, Nawaz Ahmad, Riwzan Ahmed,
  Carlos Machado-Santos, Emiliana Silva, Portugal
  Evaluation of peer-to-peer (P2P) loan by the general public and by the loners
  Galit Klein, Zeev Shtudiner, Moti Zwilling, Israel
  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
  A study on concepts development of locavore for restaurant managers in Taiwan
  Shao-Chieh Lin, Taiwan
  Research on segmentation of China's new energy vehicle consumers based on values and lifestyles survey
  Xiyao Wang, China
Education, Learning and Flipped Classroom
Session 159
Saturday, July 27
Human Factors in Training, Education, and Learning Sciences
  Co-Chairs: Agnese Brunzini and Tibor Barath, Italy/Hungary  
Music aesthetics course teaching reform based on flipped classroom model
  Hanyang Qu, Dahai Xing, China
Value proposition in higher education – enhancing the learning quality subtitle: service design based program evaluation and development
  Tibor Barath, Hungary
Chinese teaching on the move: A case study of mobile app assisted Chinese teaching in a primary school
  Xu Yang, Xiabing Chi, Cheng Qian, China
Teaching learning aspects for current technical education
  Prasanthi Nunn, India
Measuring student engagement & commitment on private academic institutions using fuzzy logic expert system metrics applications
  Evangelos Markopoulos, Jarno Einolander, Hannu Vanharanta, Jussi Kantola, UK
How to improve medical simulation training: A pilot study based on ergonomic evaluation
  Agnese Brunzini, Alessandra Papetti, Eleonora Brandoni Serrani, Martina Scafà, Michele Germani, Italy
  Identification of mental workload in higher education and its relationship with the socio-demographic factors
  Francisco Javier Urra Riveros, Chile
Leadership, Change Process and Technology
Session 160
Saturday, July 27
Human Factors in Management and Leadership
Gunston East
  Co-Chairs:  Yoshiki Kurata and Sarah-Louise Donovan, Philippines/USA  
  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 risk management within the French nuclear sector
  Diana Paola Moreno Alarcon, Jean Francois Vautier, Guillaume Hernandez, Franck Guarnieri, France
  The role of creative curriculum planning in reducing early school leaving – applying service design in re-forming the pedagogical program of schools
  Tibor Barath, Hungary
  The human factor: The most important asset for successful integration of information and communication technologies in education
  Mohamed Amine Brahami, Algeria
  Leadership and resistance in the change process
  Malgorzata Wisniewska, Poland
Advancements in Medical Simulations for Training
Session 161
Saturday, July 27
Human Factors and Simulation
  Co-Chairs:  Teresita Sotomayor and Mark Mazzeo, USA  
  User-centric development and evaluation of a lateral canthotomy and cantholysis (LCC) part-task military medical training system
  Margaret Bailey, Teresita Sotomayor, Ian Dykens, USA
  Long term follow-up of self-reported stress and anxiety following in-person and virtual world mindfulness training: A pilot study
  Valerie Rice, Angela Jeter, Jessica Villarreal, Cory Overby, USA
  The medical synthetic training environment (mSTE): Supporting the Army's STE Cross Functional Team (CFT)
  Beth Pettitt, Jack Norfleet, USA
Creative Arts and Design Communication
Session 162
Saturday, July 27
Human Factors in Communication of Design
Holmead East
  Co-Chairs:  Perry Go and Yueyi Lin, Hong Kong  
An ergonomic assessment on the effect of varying voice frequencies to listening comprehension in announcements
  Perry Go, Adrian Lance Candano, Veronica Carrera, Philippines
  Human factors analysis and cultural positioning of national city brand image communication - Beijing and Shanghai as examples
  Lin Yueyi, Zhou Wuzhong, China
  How to transform an ancient tradition to an empowered artistic objects
  Isabel Bieger, Portugal
  Improvement of safety sign design based on analysis comprehensibility test result
  Chuanyu Zou, Yongquan Chen, China
  Research on design communication mode based on white BI theory
  Xinying Wu, Minggang Yang, Xinxin Zhang, China
  Mine your creative mind – explore the creative process of pioneers in the creative arts field in Hong Kong
  Man Ying (Janet) Lau, China
  In-class competition-based assessment for effective learning
  Mei King Yang, Ki Lam, China
Design and Innovation for 3D Printing
Session 163
Saturday, July 27
  Co-Chairs:  Massimo Di Nicolantonio and Benedetto Inzerillo, Italy  
  Hacked products: Digital fabrication as opportunity for enhancing territories through personalization, identity, hacking
  Annapaola Vacanti, Xavier Ferrari, Raffaella Fagnoni, Andrea Vian, Italy
  Sustainable 3D Printing: Design opportunities and research perspectives
  Emilio Rossi, Massimo Di nicolantonio, Paola Barcarolo, Jessica Lagatta, Italy
  3D printing to innovate the guitar design
  Antonio Marano, Italy
  The draft of an ocean boat in 3D printing
  Benedetto Inzerillo, Italy
  Italian manufacturing: Between technological and social innovation
  Marco Marseglia, Eleonora Trivellin, Elisabetta Cianfanelli, Margherita Tufarelli, Gabriele Goretti, Italy
  Artisan as a maker or artisan as not recognized co-designer?
  Gabriele Goretti, Elisabetta Cianfanelli, Benedetta Terenzi, Margherita Tufarelli, Eleonora Trivellin, Italy
Production Management and Process Control
Session 164
Saturday, July 27
AAdvanced Production Management and Process Control
  Co-Chairs:  Vanina Silva and Maria Marcela Solis-Quinteros, Brazil/Mexico  
  Analysis of the technological capacity of linking SMES to integrate into the maquiladora industry electronic sector
  Maria Marcela Solis-Quinteros, Luis alfredo Avila Lopez, Carolina Zayas-Marquez, Teresa Carrillo-Gutiérrez,
  Karina Arredondo-Soto, Mexico
  Discussion on the iterative process in robust algorithm A
  Zhang Fan, Yue Zhang, Zhao Chao, Jing Zhao, Gang Wu, Haitao Wang, Xinyu Cao, China
  Research on the relationship between chemical composition of tobacco and field type bases on the multivariate statistical analysis
  Zhao Chao, China
  Six Sigma-based optimization model in hauling cut and fill exploitation activities to reduce downtime in underground mines in Peru
  Kevin Rojas, Vidal Aramburu, Carlos Raymundo, Javier M. Moguerza, Edgar Ramos, Peru
  Model for monitoring socioenvironmental conflicts in relation to the emission of particulate matter in the prehaulong phase of a surface mine in Peru
  Marcio Filomeno, Josemaria Heracles, Vidal Aramburu, Carlos Raymundo, Javier M. Moguerza, Peru
  Freight rate volatility and vessels size in tankers’ sector
  Evangelos Sambracos, Efthymia Skantzouri, Greece
Artificial Intelligence and Machine Learning
Session 165
Saturday, July 27
Human Factors in Artifiical Intelligence and Social Computing
Holmead West
  Co-Chairs:  Zining Yang and Tim Lauer, USA/Germany  
  Association matrix method and its applications in mining DNA sequences
  Guojun Mao, China
  Siri, how to design a procedure? Applying machine learning & natural language processing in procedure design
  Nilesh Ade, Camille Peres, Noor Quddus, USA
  Deep-learning artificial intelligence and system-informational culture ergonomics
  Nicolay Vasilyev, Vladimir Gromyko, Stanislav Anosov, Russia
  Deep learning-based real-time failure detection of storage devices
  Chuan-Jun Su, Yi Li, Shi-Feng Huang, Taiwan
  Behavioral analysis of human-machine collaboration in the context of demand planning decisions
  Tim Lauer, Rebecca Welsch, Henke Michael, Germany
  Analysis of author’s affiliation and citations using mined maps
  Sahar Maqsood, Misbah Malik, Khizra Tariq, Taroob Zahid, Tuba Zahid, Pakistan
  Identifying touristic interest using big data techniques
  Maritzol Tenemaza, Edison Loza, Juan Pablo Zaldumbide, Ecuador
Physical Ergonomics and Work-Related Musculoskeletal Disorders I
Session 166
Saturday, July 27
Physical Ergonomics & Human Factors
Fairchild East
  Co-Chairs:   Tomáš Görner and Ilona Kačerová, Czech Republic  
  Quantification of the impact of existing vs.enhanced radiation therapy workspace configuration on human performance
  Prithima Reddy Mosaly, Lukasz Mazur, USA
  Influence of the upper limb position on the forearm EMG activity-Preliminary results
  Ilona Kačerová, Marek Bures, Martin Kába, Tomáš Görner, Czech Republic
  Effect of the wrist position on the forearm EMG activity
  Martin Kába, Tomáš Görner, Czech Republic
  A preliminary study of developing intelligent model for capturing and analyzing power wheelchair maneuvering patterns
  Jen-Yung Tsai, Ben-Yi Liau, Yih-Kuen Jan, Chien-liang Chen, Peng-Je Chen, Chi-Wen Lung, Taiwan
  Prolonged motorcycle ride duration: How long is ‘prolonged’?
  Helmi Rashid, Wan Muhammad Syahmi Wan Fauzi, Abdul Rahman Omar, Sukarnur Che Abdullah, Malaysia
  Changes in physical status under the condition of lacking food and water on oxygen-deficient plateau
  Xingwei Wang, China
  Gestures, postures, shift features and occupational fatigue: Are these determinants of musculoskeletal disorders among Nigerian nurses?
  Echezona Nelson Dominic Ekechukwu, Oluebube Esomonu, Chiamaka Onwuka, Precious Chidiebere Orji, Nigeria
Driving Behavior: Safety and Simulation
Session 167
Saturday, July 27
Human Factors in Transportation - Road & Rail
Fairchild West
  Co-Chairs:   Alessandro Calvi and Songsu Son, Italy/USA  
  Applying perceptual treatments for reducing operating speeds on curves: A driving simulator study for investigating driver’s speed behavior
  Alessandro Calvi, Fabrizio D'Amico, Chiara Ferrante, Luca Bianchini Ciampoli, Fabio Tosti, Italy
  Comparing the differences of EEG signals based on collision and non-collision cases
  Xinran Zhang, Yan Xuedong, China
  Impact of aggressive driving behavior on intersection efficiency and traffic control
  Songsu Son, UAE
  Speed behavior in a suburban school zone: A driving simulation study with familiar and unfamiliar drivers from Puerto Rico and Massachusetts
  Didier Valdés, Mike Knodler, Benjamin Colucci rios, Alberto Figueroa, Maria Rojas, Enid Colon, Nick Campbell,
  Francis Tainter, USA
  Learning drivers’ behavior using social networking service
  Acyut Kaneria, Yueqing Li, Xiang Zhao, Vinaya Manchaiah, USA
  Refreshments 15:30-16:00   •   Room: Columbia West  (Terrace Level)
SESSION Saturday, July 27  •  16:00-18:00
Neurobusiness Applications
Session 169
Saturday, July 27
Neuroergonomics & Cognitive Engineering
Columbia 5
  Co-Chairs:  Rajneesh Suri and Hasan Ayaz, USA  
  Using fNIRS and EDA to investigate the effects of persuasive communication on brain activity and physiology
  Jan Watson, Amanda Sargent, Yigit Topoglu, Hongjun Ye, Wenting Zhong, Rajneesh Suri, Hasan Ayaz, USA
  Brain based assessment of consumer preferences for promotion of cognition enhancing hot beverages
  Amanda Sargent, Jan Watson, Yigit Topoglu, Hongjun Ye, Wenting Zhong, Rajneesh Suri, Hasan Ayaz, USA
  The effects of advertising on cognitive performance
  Hongjun Ye, Siddharth Bhatt, Wenting Zhong, Amanda Sargent, Jan Watson, Yigit Topoglu, Rajneesh Suri, Hasan Ayaz, USA
  The effects of incentives in a choice-based conjoint pricing study
  Hongjun Ye, Siddharth Bhatt, Wenting Zhong, Jan Watson, Amanda Sargent, Yigit Topoglu, Rajneesh Suri, Hasan Ayaz, USA
  Neuroergonomic experimental setups for electrodermal activity in ambulatory settings: A narrative review of literature
  Yigit Topoglu, Jan Watson, Hasan Ayaz, Rajneesh Suri, USA
  Reliability of consumer choices between conflicting price promotions
  Amanda Sargent, Jan Watson, Yigit Topoglu, Hongjun Ye, Wenting Zhong, Hasan Ayaz, Rajneesh Suri, USA
  The neuromodulation of attention: How to be a more effective speaker
  Merrill Liechty, Robert Phillips, Hasan Ayaz, Siddharth Bhatt, USA
Simulation, Altered Reality and Swarm Supervisory Control
Session 170
Saturday, July 27
Neuroergonomics & Cognitive Engineering
Columbia 6
  Chair:  Ryan McKendrick, USA  
  Twisted:  Performance implications of presence and task difficulty in virtual command and control planning
  Robert Noneman, Erin Cherry, USA
  Towards a model of mutualistic human-machine teaming
  Ryan McKendrick, USA
  Designing a graphical user interface to allow users to accurately interpret fNIRS data with minimal training
  Amanda Harwood, Norman Greenberg, Ryan McKendrick, Carmen Sims, USA
  Identifying groups of people with similar patterns of brain activation using fNIRS time series data and unsupervised machine learning
  Brian Falcone, Bradley Feest, Amanda Harwood, Ryan McKendrick, USA
  A cognitive analysis suite for enhancing recruitment and training of the cyber warfighter
  Ryan McKendrick, USA
  Non-visual human-robot communication for superior battlefield situation awareness
  Ryan McKendrick, USA
  Human-machine sensory fusion for indoor localization with a hyper-reality helmet
  Yang Cai, USA
User Research
Session 171
Saturday, July 27
Ergonomics in Design
Columbia 7
  Co-Chairs:  Pedro Mendonca and Caelen Teger Silva, Portugal/Brazil  
  Human-computer interaction design of bed rehabilitation equipment
  Zhijuan Zhu, Wenzhen Pan, Xin Ai, Renjun Zheng, China
  Comparative analysis of body measurement and morphology between subjects with different body mass index
  Caelen Teger Silva, Maria Lucia Okimoto, Brazil
  A modular, low-cost and versatile system for assessing mental workload
  Pedro Mendonca, Manuel Abreu, Portugal
  The correlation of head and face data of Chinese adults
  Linghua Ran, China
  Development of an ergonomically designed back pack for junior high school students
  Emmanuel Oliver Porciuncula, Leonard Aquino, Daniel Araneta, Jeremiah Austria, Briant Angelo Censon, John Michael Cruz,
  Patrick Henry Fernandez, Kent Xaivery Moreno, Joshua Ng, Genhino Glenn Reyes, Aroma Santillan,
  Wendel Jimver De Guia, Philippines
  Review of the research on car seating comfort
  Xiaoli Fan, China
  Ergonomics assessment criteria as a way to improve the quality and safety of people’s transport in underground coal mines
  Jaroslaw Tokarczyk, Dariusz Michalak, Magdalena Rozmus, Kamil Szewerda, Poland
Medical Device Development
Session 172
Saturday, July 27
Human Factors and Ergonomics in Healthcare and Medical Devices
Columbia 8
  Co-Chairs:  Helen Fuller and Timothy Arnold, USA  
  Multi-frameworks development during the medical device design process as a key factor for innovation
  Fabiola Cortes Chavez, Alberto Rossa-Sierra, Elvia Luz González-Muñoz, Carlos Aceves-Gonzalez,
  Paulina Manzano-Hernandez, Maria Giovanna Trotta, Mexico
  A national coalition to address safe integration of complex healthcare technology
  James Piepenbrink, USA
  Finding health care usability and safety issues in consumer product reviews
  Helen Fuller, Timothy Arnold, USA
  A guide to drive medical devices development through human factors inclusion: Building a value proposition for local projects.
  Ilse Ivette Reyes Bautista, Gloria Adriana Mendoza Franco, Angel Luis Rodriguez Morales, Mexico
  Preventing chemotherapy-induced onycholysis with the use of an active local cooling device
  Muriel De boeck, Guido De Bruyne, Jochen Vleugels, Belgium
  Research on sleeping posture recognition method based on pressure sensor
  Huabin Wang, Wan changyaun, China
  HarpyGame: A customizable serious game with multimodal interface for upper limb rehabilitation after stroke
  Gabriel Cyrino, Júlia Tannús, Isabela Marques, Leandro Mattioli, Edgard Afonso Lamounier, Alexandre Cardoso, Brazil
Transportation: Aviation I
Session 173
Saturday, July 27
Human Factors in Transportation: Aviation
Columbia 1
  Co-Chairs:  Victoria Banks and Lauren Thomas, UK/USA  
  Considering single piloted airliners for different flight durations: An issue of fatigue management
  Daniela Schmid, Neville Stanton, Germany/UK
  Ergonomic assessment of instructors’ capability to conduct personality-oriented training for air traffic control personnel.
  Oleksii Reva, Ukraine
  The human element in performance based navigation: Air traffic controller acceptance of established on required navigation performance procedures
  Lauren Thomas, Alicia Serrato, USA
  How does national culture help pilots in navigating in different environment
  Xiaoyu Wu, USA
  Human reliability quantification in flight through a simplified CREAM method
  Yundong Guo, Youchao Sun, China
  An eye in the sky: Developing a novel framework for visual air traffic control tower tasks
  Amelia Kinsella, Lori Smith, Rebecca Collins, Katherine Berry, USA
  Investigating the safety of operations in the aviation industry: Systematic analysis of major accidents using the AcciMap methodology
  Maryam Tabibzadeh, Mohammad Mokhtari, Vivek Shapeti, USA
Workplace Safety and Human Factors II
Session 174
Saturday, July 27
Safety Management and Human Factors
Columbia 2
  Co-Chairs:  Margot Combs and Peter Davis, USA/Australia  
  Recognition and assessment of ergonomic stressors in VDT workstations
  Namrata Arora Charpe, Vandana Kaushik, India
  Development of assistive technologies in additive manufacturing (AM) for people with disabilities
  Eloiza Aparecida Silva de Matos, Ângela Paloma Zelli Wiedemann, Brazil
  Ergonomics contribution to overall equipment effectiveness: A case study
  Isabel Loureiro, Celina Leão, Nelson Costa, Mariana Rodrigues, Portugal
  Safety in off-site manufacturing process – a systematic literature review
  Sadith Chinthaka Vithanage, Peter Davis, Manikam Pillay, Australia
  A system safety analysis of a bench grinder
  Jerry Purswell, Margot Combs, USA
  A susceptibility model for organizational accidents
  Douglas Minnema, USA
Safety Culture and Climate
Session 175
Saturday, July 27
Safety Management and Human Factors
Columbia 3
  Co-Chairs: Jacky Yu Ki Ng and Barry Kirwan, China/France  
  Aggregate-level data characteristics of safety climate with different Likert-type scales
  Siu Shing Man, Jacky Yu Ki Ng, Kar Ying Law, Alan Hoi Shou Chan, China
  Next generation safety culture
  Barry Kirwan, France
  Inspiration mining: intersecting improbable connections in a new landscape of cultural reflection and influence
  Paulo Maldonado, Leonor Ferrão, Portugal
  Role of human safety interventions on the impact of safety climate on worker safety behaviour in construction projects:
A conceptual model
  Emmanuel Boateng, Manikam Pillay, Peter Davis, Australia
  Developing a safety culture index for construction projects in developing countries: A fuzzy synthetic evaluation approach
  Emmanuel Boateng, Peter Davis, Manikam Pillay, Australia
  Safety culture as a team sport: The football metaphor
  Frank Guldenmund, Dylan Smibert, Netherlands
Road and Rail: Usability I
Session 176
Saturday, July 27
Human Factors in Transportation - Road & Rail
Columbia 4
  Co-Chairs:  Sabrina Moran and Kirsten Revell, USA/UK  
  Development of a prototype steering wheel for simulator-based usability assessment.
  James Brown, Neville Stanton, Kirsten Revell, UK
  The influence of vehicle-vibrations on driving simulation validity
  Arben Parduzi, Stefanie Marker, Germany
  User-centered development of a public transportation vehicle operated in a demand responsive environment
  Alexander Mueller, Stefanie Beyer, Oliver Deisser, Gerhard Kopp, Germany
  Human factors concerns: drivers’ perception on electronic side view system in 21st century cars
  Bankole Fasanya, Yashwanth Avula, Kurra Sivaramakrishna, Bharath Kummari, Supraja Aragattu, Swetha Keshavula, USA
  In-vehicle smart interaction design from the perspective of HRI
  Jintian Shi, China
  Should I stay or should I go? - Influencing context factors for users’ decisions to charge or refuel their vehicles
  Ralf Philipsen, Teresa Brell, Hannah Biermann, Waldemar Brost, Teresa Eickels, Martina Ziefle, Germany
Social and Occupational Factors of Comfort, Risk Assessment and Pain
Session 177
Saturday, July 27
HSocial & Occupational Ergonomics
Columbia 9
  Co-Chairs: Alessio Silvetti and Tilak Dutta, Italy/Canada  
  Ergonomic risk assessment of sea fisherman part III: Manual handling and static posture
  Alessio Silvetti, Elio Munafò, Alberto Ranavolo, Antonella Tatarelli, Lorenzo Fiori, Sergio Iavicoli, Pasquale Di Palma,
  Francesco Draicchio, Italy
  Comparisons of three observational ergonomic tools for risk assessment on upper extremities in a pump assembly plant – a pilot study
  Meng-Chuan Ho, Ei-Wen Lo, Taiwan
  Reducing the risk of falls with a new generation of slip resistant winter footwear
  Shaghayegh Bagheri, Tilak Dutta, Canada
  Ergonomics during the construction of the stations and the drilling of the tunnel in the metro of the city of Quito
  Esteban Carrera, Oswaldo Jara, Pablo Davila, Fanny Ballesteros, Pablo Suasnavas, Ecuador
  Thermal adaptations among human population in occupational setting
  Sasi Gangiah, South Africa
  Examining the roles of human capital theory. What next for construction industry?
  John Aliu, South Africa
  The development of the overhanging schist gas with the concept of social acceptability: Case study in Algeria
  Manal Hamiani, Youcef Benaceur, Algeria
Management of Productivity by Using Assistance Systems
Session 178
Saturday, July 27
Human Factors and Systems Interaction 
Columbia 10
  Co-Chairs:  Tim Jeske and Benjamin Adrian, Germany  
  Method for measuring the application potential of assembly assistance systems
  Sven Bendzioch, Benjamin Adrian, Sven Hinrichsen, Germany
  Automatic particle classification through deep learning approaches for increasing productivity in the technical cleanliness laboratory
  Ronny Zwinkau, Germany
  Digital assembly assistance systems - a case study
  Alexander Nikolenko, Sven Bendzioch, Sven Hinrichsen, Germany
  How to combine lean, human factors and digital manufacturing - a teaching concept
  Benjamin Adrian, Sven Hinrichsen, Alexander Nikolenko, Frederic Meyer, Germany
  Optimal automation evaluation in adaptive assembly systems based on worker satisfaction and production costs
  Peter Burggraef, Matthias Dannapfel, Tobias Adlon, Aaron Riegauf, Jessica Schmied, Germany
  Towards a suitable mobile assistance system for maintenance to increase productivity
  Michael Wächter, Thomas Löffler, Angelika C. Bullinger, Germany
  Smart devices evaluation and dynamic cognitive assistance system for repair processes in production
  Rainer Müller, Leenhard Hoerauf, Attique Bashir, Christoph Speicher, Matthias Vette-Steinkamp, Ralf Mueller-Polyzou,
Management and Leadership of Company and Organizational Cultures
Session 179
Saturday, July 27
Human Factors, Business Management and Society
Columbia 11
  Co-Chairs:  Aleksandra Polak-Sopinska and Zbigniew Wiśniewski, Poland  
  Diagnostic tool to examine enterprise capacity in the area of disability management
  Aleksandra Polak-Sopinska, Poland
  The use of ergonomic methods for ensuring the competitiveness of business structures
  Yulia Salnikova, Larisa Namestnikova, Inna Marahovskaya, Antonina Pakhomova, Russia
  Attracting tertiary international students to the EHEA:  Does continent of origin matter?
  Tijmen Weber, Florentin Popescu, The Netherlands
  The role of leadership in organizations managed in conformity with ISO 9001 quality management system standard
  Anna Walaszczyk, Aleksandra Polak-Sopinska, Poland
  Computer-aided occupational risk assessment of physical workload
  Anna Maczewska, Aleksandra Polak-Sopinska, Zbigniew Wisniewski, Poland
  Resistance in the change process
  Zbigniew Wisniewski, Poland
  Selecting Business Information Security Officer with ECU@Risk and critical roles model
  Esteban Crespo-Martínez, Ecuador
Future of Training, Education and Learning Sciences
Session 180
Saturday, July 27
Human Factors in Training, Education, and Learning Sciences
Columbia 12
  Co-Chairs: Freddy Paz and Theresa Lobo, USA  
  Engaging programming students through simpler user interfaces
  Blessing Leonard, Giovanni Vincenti, USA
  Directions towards sustainability through higher education
  Theresa Lobo, USA
  The effectiveness of learning model for an introductory programming language course
  Kunyanuth Kularbphettong, Jaruwan Chutrtong, Thailand
  A teaching experience of the human-computer interaction course in a Master Program
  Freddy Paz, Freddy Asrael Paz, Arturo Moquillaza, Fiorella Falconi, Peru
  A case study of persuasive game design for learning behavior change in school-age children
  Fu Xuan, Duoduo Zhang, China
  A digital reading app design based on arcs motivation theory: stimulate teenagers' motivation for reading
  Yijie Cao, Bing Xiao, China
  Cyberloafing in academia: Determinants and impacts
  Javed Sheikh, Anees Baqir, Pakistan
Service Design and Systems Engineering
Session 181
Saturday, July 27
Human Factors in Software, Service and Systems Engineering
  Co-Chairs:  Saumil Patel and Victor K. Y. Chan, USA/Macau  
  Importance of feedbacks in “service industry” and how to use it more precisely and effectively for users and corporation
  Saumil Patel, USA
  A back-end method realizing the ergonomic advantage of modularized battery systems: ICT equipment, electric vehicles and beyond
  Victor K. Y. Chan, Macau
  Conceptualizing a sharing economy service through information design approach
  Tingyi S. Lin, Taiwan
  Service model based on information technology outsourcing for the reduction of unfulfilled orders in an SME of the Peruvian IT sector
  Renato Bobadilla, Alejandra Soto, Gino Viacava, Carlos Raymundo, Javier M. Moguerza, Peru
  Role of human cognitive factors in service industry.
  Saumil Patel, USA
  Service system for slow transportation in large community based on driverless vehicles
  Jintian Shi, China
  Online service quality measurement utilizing psychophysiological responses
  Peixian Lu, Li Lisha, Liang Ma, China
Human Factors and Simulated Agents
Session 182
Saturday, July 27
Human Factors and Simulation
Gunston West
  Co-Chairs:  Julia L. Wright and Shan G. Lakhmani, USA    
  Common ground and autonomy:  Two critical dimensions of a machine teammate
  Corey Fallon, Leslie Blaha, Kristin Cook, Todd Billow, USA
  Simulation for human-agent teaming research
  Nancy Cooke, USA
  Exploring the effect of communication patterns and transparency on the attitudes towards robots
  Shan Lakhmani, Julia Wright, Michael Schwartz, USA
  The influence of signal display factors on the performance of a continuous, immersive signal detection task
  Rhyse Bendell, Gabrielle Vasquez, Florian Jentsch, USA
  A human factors approach to networked virtual reality and augmented reality interactions with physiologically-driven believable agents
  Caroline Kingsley, Michael Jenkins, USA
Communication Design I
Session 183
Saturday, July 27
Human Factors in Communication of Design
  Co-Chairs:  Laura Giraldi and Edward Chor Kin Hung, Italy/Hong Kong  
  From craft art to design in china: the witnessing of the 60th anniversary of “Zhuangshi” journal
  Yeqiu Yang, Guerrini luca, Italy
  The historical context of Guangzhou time-honored catering brands' narration
  Xiaobao Yu, Qian Peng, China
  Kids at pre-school.  Designing products and wayfinding systems to enhance kids’ skills, facilitating well-being through communication
  Laura Giraldi, Elisabetta Benelli, Marta Maini, Francesca Morelli, Italy
  A comparative study on the language expressions of cultural and creative products in the east and west
  Chen Cheng, Junnan Ye, Hui Gao, Guixiang Wu, China
  Exploring user resistance in the digital media in Hong Kong
  Edward C. K. Hung, China
  Cultivating caring art and design: A reflection on pedagogic approaches
  Michael Thaddeus Koon Boon Tan, Singapore
  3D scanning in art – technological and creative evolution
  Lai Man Tin, Hong Kong
Kansei Engineering II
Session 184
Saturday, July 27
Kansei Engineering
Gunston East
  Co-Chairs:  Yuka Takai and Jiayin Lu, Japan/China  
  The understanding and influence of the connotation of semantics on the figurative product
  Ching-Yi Wang, Peng Jyun Liu, Taiwan
  A study of Kansei cognition analysis in the system framework development of Chinese Longchi ink stone design
  Chen Jing, China
  Evaluation of feel of fishing reel by elucidating relationship between tactile sensation and gear vibration
  Tetsuo Inoue, Syuhei Kurokawa, Japan
  Investigation of happiness index by Kansei engineering and positive psychology
  Toshio Tsuchiya, Japan
  Kansei engineering and Turkish tea glasses: case study
  Müge Göken, Ekrem Cem Alppay, Turkey
  Worry to wellness measuring emotional response beyond Kansei engineering
  Zhabiz shafieyoun, USA
Tasks and Errors
Session 185
Saturday, July 27
HHuman Error, Reliability, Resilience, and Performance
  Co-Chairs: Irenka Suto and Thomas Howell, UK/USA  
  ‘To err is human’ but it’s time to go deeper. An analysis of human and system level challenges in the educational testing industry
  Irenka Suto, Jo Ireland, UK
  Quantifying, visualizing, and predicting radiation oncology process reliability using incident learning system data
  Thomas Howell, Lukasz Mazur, USA
  Human reliability analysis for complex medical equipment based on grey relational analysis and fuzzy evaluation theory
  Qinglian Lin, Duojin Wang, China
  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
  A pilot error analysis method for the human-machine interface design process of civil aircraft cockpit
  Shasha Lu, Yang Zhou, Hongtao Liu, Zhefeng Jin, China
Additive Manufacturing and Industrial Production
Session 186
Saturday, July 27
Additive Manufacturing, Modeling Systems and 3D Prototyping 
Holmead East
  Co- Chairs:  Michael Wilson and Maria Mavri, UK/Greece  
  A holistic approach to additive manufacturing: From design for additive manufacturing to part verification in product development
  Michael Wilson, UK
  Human factors in smart manufacturing. A reflection on the Pirelli’s approach
  Michela Toni, Italy
  Case study analysis for development strategies of construction 3D printing
  Xiangcheng Meng, Xueqing Zhang, China
  Industrial production:  Shift for quickness, speed and acceptance
  Gianpiero Alfarano, Jurji Filieri, Alessandro Spennato, Italy
  Design for additive manufacturing for mechanical connections: Toward hybrid products
  Álvaro M. Sampaio, Rita Gonçalves, André Lima, Paulo J. S. Cruz, Bruno Figueiredo, Sandra Carvalho,
  António J. Pontes, Portugal
  A cost elimination algorithm for additive manufacturing networks
  Maria Mavri, Evgenia Fronimaki, Stella Zounta, Greece
  Design of a set of geometries and templates for the analysis of surface in the process of fused filament fabrication
  Julian Aguilar-Duque, Juan Luis Hernández-Arellano, Cesar Balderrama-Armendariz, Liliana Avelar sosa, Mexico
Manufacturing Aspects of Work Improvement
Session 187
Saturday, July 27
Advanced Production Management and Process Control
  Co-Chairs:  Hankiewicz Krzysztof and Adam Górny, Poland  
  Use of quality management tools to identify ergonomic non-conformity in human activity
  Adam Gorny, Poland
  Ergonomic design method for technological devices
  Malgorzata Slawinska, Poland
  Cognitive and emotional-motivational aspects of communication to improve work safety in production processes: case study
  Joanna Sadłowska-Wrzesińska, Poland
  Benefits in the field of ergonomics and work safety from the development of the information system in the enterprise
  Krzysztof Hankiewicz, Andrzej Lasota, Poland
  Role of various agile methodologies in management of software development teams
  Piotr Hankiewicz, Krzysztof Hankiewicz, Poland
  Application of the AHP multi-criteria analysis method in the prioritization of industrial maintenance activities with respect to ergonomic risks
   Marjorie Belinelli, Izabel Zattar, Marcel Matsuzaki, Robson Seleme, Gilberto Martha de Souza, Marcelo Rodrigues,
  Claudilaine Caldas, Brazil
Artificial Intelligence and Social Applications III
Session 188
Saturday, July 27
Human Factors in Artificial Intelligence and Social Computing 
  Co-Chairs:  Jon Temple and  Zarina Bibi, USA/Pakiston  
  Cognitive solutions in the enterprise: A case study of UX benefits and challenges
  Jon Temple, Brenda Burkhart, Ed McFaddden, Claude Elie, Felix Portnoy, USA
  Fifth Generation: Artificial Intelligence Techniques and Wireless Networking for the Future Healthcare Industry
  Prisilla Jayanthi Yenebere, India
  Word semantics based antisocial behavior detection
  Amir Malik, Pakistan
  Innovation and artificial intelligence
  Muhammad Sohaib Shakir, Pakistan
  Cloud computing influencing factors in higher education institutes in developing countries: A proposed model
  Zarina Bibi, Haseeba Sayada, Pakistan
  Research on accuracy of flower recognition application based on convolutional neural network
  Jing-hua Han, Chen Jin, Li-Sha Wu, China
Human Factors and Assistive Technology III
Session 189
Saturday, July 27
HHuman Factors and Assistive Technology
Holmead West
  Co-Chairs:  Hyung Nam Kim and Stijn Verwulgen, USA/Belgium  
  Voice technology for self-care in older adults with visual impairments
  Hyung Nam Kim, USA
  Abstract vocabulary as base for training with pattern recognition EMG control
  Erik Haring, Stijn Verwulgen, Seth Van Akeleyen, Belgium
  An eye tracking system to perform the Wechsler Intelligence Scale for children (WISC-V) test
  Omar Alvarado, Patricia Margarita Ortega Chasi, Martha Cobos, Karla Andrade, Ecuador
  The use of technology and applications to support children literature
  Kahkashan Tabassum, Saudi Arabia
  Study of voice-based crowdsourcing platform for the enhancement of self-support for the visually impaired
  Ga Ram Song, Jini Kim, HaYeong Kim, Eunseo Kim, South Korea
  Using anthropometric data to develop 3D hand assistive devices for customized design
  I-Jan Wang, Taiwan
Physical Ergonomics and Work-Related Musculoskeletal Disorders II
Session 190
Saturday, July 27
Physical Ergonomics & Human Factors 
Fairchild East
  Co-Chairs:  Henrijs Kalkis and Zenija Roja, Latvia  
  Physical workload analysis in processing operations: Metal processing manufacturing
  Zenija Roja, Henrijs Kalkis, Kristine Bokse, Inara Roja, Sandis Babris, Ansis Ventins, Latvia
  A computer vision based approach for capturing operator movement patterns in metal processing operations
  Henrijs Kalkis, Zenija Roja, Conrad Tucker, Sakthi Prakash, Latvia
  Theoretical framework of e-occupational health and safety system in Estonia
  Inese Vilcane, Tarmo Koppel, Henrijs Kalkis, Olga Tsenter, Piia Tint, Estonia
  The effects of different resting methods on musculoskeletal disorders after prolonged standing tasks
  Ei-Wen Lo, Wan-Hui Chen, Taiwan
  Implementation of rapid upper limb assessment (RULA) technique in an automotive parts manufacturing industry:  a case study
  Arunkumar Doreswamy, Vajra Ramesh, Skanda Rao, India
  Ergonomic and occupant issues considering elderly female sitting posture on motorcycle in Indian (rural/semi urban) context
  Vaibhav Lothe, India
  Dynamic response of seated human body exposed to whole body vibration: influence of tractor ride conditions on ride comfort in harrowing operation
  Amandeep Singh, Sarbjit Singh, Harwinder Singh, Chander Prakash, Lakhwinder Pal Singh, India
Designing for Inclusion: Methodology and Future Trends
Session 191
Saturday, July 27
Design for Inclusion
Fairchild West
  Co-Chairs:   Jasmien Herssens and Erica Isa Mosca, Belgium/Italy    
  Inclusive design methods in practice: Making a prison inclusive for all
  Jasmien Herssens, Belgium
  Co-creation: An efficient method for inclusive solutions
  Lena Lorentzen, Sweden
  Universal design evaluation: A framework to assess buildings’ usability and inclusion through multi-criteria analysis
  Erica Isa Mosca, Jasmien Herssens, Stefano Capolongo, Italy

 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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