Preliminary Program  

The AHFE 2018 Preliminary Program (technical sessions and rooms) are subject to change. Technical Sessions will be held on Monday, July 23, Tuesday, July 24, and Wednesday, July 25, 2018. Registered participants are encouraged to attend all three days.

Opening Session and Keynote Address: 17:00-19:00 Sunday,July 22, 2018, Grand Caribbean Ballroom (Lobby Level)

Conference Reception and Banquet: 19:00 Sunday,July 22, 2018, Grand Caribbean Ballroom (Lobby Level)

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: 28 April 2018.

 Monday, July 23

  Tuesday, July 24

  Wednesday, July 25

    8:00 - 18:30
  Detailed Technical Program
  8:00 - 18:30
  Detailed Technical Program
  8:00 - 18:30
  Detailed Technical Program
    10:30 – 16:30
  Poster Sessions
  10:30 – 16:30
  Poster Sessions
  10:30 – 12:30
  Poster Sessions
  Detailed Technical Program
SESSION Monday, July 23   •  8:00 - 10:00
Plenary: Neuroegonomics and Cognitive Engineering
Co-Chairs: Hasan Ayaz and Lukasz Mazur, USA
Session 1
Monday, July 23
8:00 - 10:00
Cognitive & Neuroergonomics 
Grand Caribbean 1
Neuroergonomics: What neuroscience can tell us about human error?
  Frederic Dehais, France
Plenary: Human Factors in Robots and Unmanned Systems
Chair: Jessie Chen, USA
Session 2
Monday, July 23
8:00 - 10:00
Human Factors in Robots and Unmanned Systems
Grand Caribbean 2
Watch one, do one, teach one: Robots as students, collaborators, and teachers
  Brian Scassellati, USA
Plenary: Human Error, Reliability, Resilience, and Performance
Chair: Ronald Boring, USA
Session 3
Monday, July 23
8:00 - 10:00
Human Error, Reliability, Resilience, and Performance 
Grand Caribbean 3
Applying classic human reliability techniques across industries: Key tenets
  Harold Blackman, USA
Methods for Analyzing Flight Deck and Aviation Systems
Session 4
Monday, July 23
8:00 - 10:00
Human Factors in Transportation - Aviation
Grand Caribbean 4
Co-Chairs:  Katie Plant and Daniela Schmid, UK/Germany  
Pilot homicide-suicide: A system-theoretic process analysis (STPA) of Germanwings GWI18G
  Daniela Schmid, Germany
Preparing for usability evaluations on the flight deck: The development of a methods toolkit
  Katie Plant, Victoria Banks and Neville Stanton, UK
The impact of management decisions on the efficiency of FRMS in ATM:  Afield study in European air traffic service providers
  Fabrice Drogoul, Mauro Marchitto and Philippe Cabon, Belgium
CASPR: Engaging with human factors throughout the design lifecycle
  Victoria Banks, Katie Plant and Neville Stanton, UK
An exploratory study of pilot observations, decisions, and actions during traffic pattern approach operations
  Tiziano Bernard and Lucas Stephane, USA
Intercultural communication on the flight deck: A review of studies in aviation
  Simon Cookson, Japan
Advancing Smart Service Systems: The Contributions of AI and T-Shape Paradigm
Session 5
Monday, July 23
8:00 - 10:00
Human Side of Service Engineering
Grand Caribbean 5
  Co-Chairs:  James C. Spohrer and Clara Bassano, USA/Italy    
  Re-defining the role of artificial intelligence in wiser service systems
  Sergio Barile, Paolo Piciocchi, Clara Bassano, Jim Spohrer and Maria Cristina Pietronudo, Italy
  An approach for a quality-based test of industrial smart service concepts
  Jens Neuhüttler, Dieter Spath, Walter Ganz and Inka Woyke, Germany
  Smart services conditions and preferences – An analysis of Chinese and German manufacturing markets
  Jens Neuhüttler, Wenjuan Zhang, Ming Chen and Walter Ganz, Germany
  Smart services in manufacturing companies – Survival of the biggest?
  Thomas Meiren and Ilyas Khan, Germany
  Using digital trace analytics to understand and enhance scientific collaboration
  Laura C. Anderson and Cheryl A. Kieliszewski, USA
  Smart University for sustainable governance in smart local service systems
  Clara Bassano, Alberto Carotenuto, Marco Ferretti, Maria Cristina Pietronudo and Hüseyin Emre Coşkun, Italy
  AI trends: Wiser service systems and T-shaped people
  Jim Spohrer, USA
Communication with Patients
Session 6
Monday, July 23
8:00 - 10:00
Human Factors and Ergonomics in Healthcare and Medical Devices
Grand Caribbean 8
  Co-Chairs:   Ann Willemsen-Dunlap and Don Halpin, USA    
  Patients’ views on clinic visit notes sections and their importance in self-care
  Martina Clarke, Richelle Koopman, Linsey Steege, Shannon Canfield, Min Kim, Joi Moore and Jeffery Belden, USA
  Patient perceptions of the use of a technology-augmented healthcare system for the self-care of type 2 diabetes mellitus and/or hypertension
  Mian Yan, China
  Simulation through the lens of neurodynamics
  Ann Willemsen-Dunlap, Trysha Galloway, Jamie Gorman and Don Halpin, USA
  An exploration of interactive wayfinding displays in hospitals: Considerations for future design
  Christy Harper, Angela Avera, Andrea Crosser, Tyler Duke and Spencer Jefferies, USA
Occupational Exposure and Safety in High-Risk and Complex Environments
Session 7
Monday, July 23
8:00 - 10:00
Safety Management and Human Factors
Grand Caribbean 9
  Co-Chairs:   Marie Nilsen and Adrian Fazekas, Norway/Germany    
  Handing over the safety baton in high-risk systems
  Marie Nilsen, Martin Rasmussen and Jens Royrvik, Norway
  Highly automated tunnel surveillance for catastrophe management and regular operation
  Adrian Fazekas, Thomas Jürgensohn, Volker Strehle and Markus Oeser, Germany
  Risks related to the application of hydrogen propulsion technology in cars
  Juraj Sinay, Tomáš Brestovič, Marián Lázár, Natália Jasminská and Branislav Konecny, Slovakia
  Younger generation safety: Hearing loss and academic performance degradation among college student headphone users
  Bankole Fasanya and Jeffery Strong, USA
  Application of statistical process control to guarantee the safety in the operation of a sterilization chamber with ethylene oxide gas
  Luis Cuautle, Sonia Cervantes, Irais Valderrabano, Ana Lilia Ruiz and Ivette Avila, Mexico
  Benefits of integrating human and organizational factor with technological risk assessment: The ATEX (Explosive Atmosphere) case
  Elisabetta de Cillis, Paolo Fargione, Luisa Maida, Micaela Demichela, Gabriele Baldissone, Salvina Muré and Jie Geng, Italy
Public Transport I
Session 8
Monday, July 23
8:00 - 10:00
Human Factors in Transportation - Road & Rail
Grand Caribbean 10
  Co-Chairs:  Craig Allison and Mohammed Al Eisaei, UK/UAE    
Enforcement strategies to discourage light vehicle drivers from using dedicated truck roads
  Mohammed Al Eisaei, Mohammed Kishta and Nuha Al Busaeedi, UAE
Placebo effects of real-time travel information:  Satisfaction with travel experience beyond travel time savings
  Dong Yoon Song and Srinivas Peeta, USA
Evaluating the impacts of driver cognitive and physiological states on route choice behavior under real-time travel information
  Srinivas Peeta, Shubham Agrawal and Irina Benedyk, USA
A proactive risk analysis framework to enhance safety and reliability in railroad operations: Assessment of the positive safety culture traits
  Maryam Tabibzadeh, Yalda Khashe and Parin Somaiya, USA
Analysis of the effectiveness of the visual and auditory station indicators used in a rapid transit system in the Philippines
  Mary Criselle Dizon, Maria Angela Pabua, Donna Camille Garcia and Benette Custodio, Philippines
Mobility delayed is mobility denied: Studying the impact of transport-poverty on working-women in Karachi, Pakistan
  Sana Iqbal, UK
Ergonomics and Material Environment Design I
Session 9
Monday, July 23
8:00 - 10:00
Human Factors, Sustainable Urban Planning and Infrastructure
Grand Caribbean 11
  Co-Chairs: Dorota Winnicka-Jasłowska and Wojciech Bonenberg, Poland    
  Open-air work zones for students at the faculty of architecture depicted on the basis of pilot student projects
  Dorota Winnicka-Jasłowska, Joanna Tymkiewicz and Klaudiusz Fross, Poland
  The campus space in research and student projects
  Joanna Tymkiewicz, Dorota Winnicka-Jasłowska and Klaudiusz Fross, Poland
  Public spaces - for people or not for people?
  Klaudiusz Fross, Joanna Tymkiewicz and Dorota Winnicka-Jasłowska, Poland
Success analysis in architectural design competitions in terms of design quality
  Wojciech Bonenberg, Poland
Usability and User Experience I
Session 10
Monday, July 23
8:00 - 10:00
Usability and User Experience
Grand Caribbean 12
  Co-Chairs:  Friederice Schröder and Francesca Tosi, Germany/Italy    
The effects of grid- and list design of e-Commerce result lists on search efficiency and perceived aesthetics
  Friederice Schröder, Anica Kleinjan and Stefan Brandenburg, Germany
UX evaluation of a new rowing ergometer: The case study of the techno-gym “SKILLROW”
  Alessia Brischetto, Mattia Pistolesi, Giuseppe Fedele and Francesca Tosi, Italy
User skill characteristics analysis by mouse operation log analysis based on algebraic method
  Takeshi Matsuda, Michio Sonoda, Masashi Eto, Hironobu Satoh, Tomohiro Hanada, Nobuhiro Kanahama and
  Hiroki Ishikawa, Japan
Automated smartphone keyboard error corrections
  Vered Aharonson, Rotem Roussea and Eran Aharonson, South Africa
Neck flexion angle and user experience compared on iPhone X and iPhone 7 plus
  Saishyam Akurke and Yueqing Li, USA
May we use the social media success story to e-government platforms? The case of elderly people
  Katherine Durán Sanzana, Chile
User oriented research on perception indicators of smartphone interaction performance
  Xiao Tan and Zhengyu Tan, China
Virtual Environments
Session 11
Monday, July 23
8:00 - 10:00
Usability and User Experience
Turks 1
  Co-Chairs:  Norma Antunano and Victoria Dulchinos, USA    
In the journey of user center design for inclusive virtual environment
  Norma Antunano, USA
Virtual reality for training treatment skills in anorexia nervosa: Simulator sickness and usability
  Jose Gutierrez-Maldonado, Antoni Talarn and Joseba Achotegui, Spain
Evaluation of usability and workload associated with paper strips as compared to virtual flight strips used for ramp operations
  Victoria Dulchinos, USA
A comparative study of user interfaces in medium fidelity virtual reality (VR) environment
  Naila Bushra, Daniel Carruth and Shuchisnigdha Deb, USA
Computer aided design (CAD) in immersive virtual reality (VR) environment: A user experience study on the use of a new generation of CAD technology
  Ahmet Hamurcu, Ekrem Cem Alppay and Kerem Rizvanoglu, Turkey
Experience design of the augmented reality (AR): The ergonomic study of interactive interfaces for mobile applications
  Marcelo Falco de Deus, Michel Augusto Favero Costa and Marcos Vinícius Alves Guimarães, Brazil
Human Factors and System Interactions I
Session 12
Monday, July 23
8:00 - 10:00
Human Factors and Systems Interaction
Turks 2
Co-Chairs: Isabel Lopes Nunes and Thanh Pham, Portugal/USA    
  Pedestrian perception of autonomous vehicles with external interacting features
  Christopher R. Hudson, Shuchisnigdha Deb, Daniel Carruth, Darren Frey and John McGinley, USA
  Information and communication technology (ICT) impact on education and achievement
  Mahnoor Dar, Fatima Masood, Muhammad Ahmed, Maryam Afzaal, Asad Ali, Zarina Bibi, Imran Kabir and
  Hafiz Usman Zia, Pakistan
  Analysis of trust in automation survey instruments using semantic network analysis
  Byung Cheol (Bruce) Lee, Jangwoon Park, Heejin Jeong, Jaehyun Park and Thanh Pham, USA
  The use of task-flow observation to map users’ experience and interaction touchpoints
  Adriano Renzi, Brazil
Artificial Intelligence and Social Computing I
Session 13
Monday, July 23
8:00 - 10:00
Human Factors in Artificial Intelligence and Social Computing
Turks 3
  Co-Chairs:  Sherif Ishak and Sylvain Hourlier, USA    
  New Intelligence coming to the cockpit…again?
  Sylvain Hourlier, France
  A bi-level machine learning classification for identification of types of secondary tasks from observed driving behavior data: A SHRP2 NDS study
  Osama Osman, Mustafa Hajij, Sogand Karbalaieali and Sherif Ishak, USA
  A comparative analysis of similarity metrics on sparse data for clustering in recommender systems
  Rodolfo Bojorque, Remigio Hurtado and Andrés Inga, Ecuador
  Development of an integrated AI platform and an eco-system for daily life, business and social problems
  Kota Takaoka, Keisuke Yamazaki, Eiichi Sakurai, Kazuya Yamashita and Yoichi Motomura, Japan
  Entropy and algorithm of the decision tree obtaining approximated to the natural intelligence
  Olga Popova, Yury Shevtsov, Boris Popov, Vladimir Karandey, Vladimir Klyuchko and Alexander Gerashchenko, Russia
Social sensors: Early detection of contagious outbreaks in social media
  Arunkumar Bagavathi and Siddharth Krishnan, USA
Human Factors and Wearable Technologies I
Session 14
Monday, July 23
8:00 - 10:00
Human Factors and Wearable Technologies
Turks 4
  Co-Chairs:  Liuxing Tsao and Chantal Lidynia, China/Germany    
  Can personal activity trackers be used to provide insight into sit-to-stand workstation usage and benefits?
  Daniel Autenrieth, Theresa Stack and Trace Forkan, USA
  What are you waiting for? – perceived barriers to the adoption of fitness-applications and wearables
  Chantal Lidynia, Eva-Maria Schomakers  and Martina Ziefle, Germany
  Exploring the acceptance of mHealth applications - do acceptance patterns vary depending on context?
  Eva-Maria Schomakers, Chantal Lidynia and Martina Ziefle, Germany
  Using non-invasive wearable sensors to estimate perceived fatigue level in manual material handling tasks
  Liuxing Tsao, Liang Ma and Christian-Thomas Papp, China
  Crafting usable quantified self-wearable technologies for older people
  Jayden Khakurel, Antti Knutas, Helinä Melkas, Birgit Penzenstadler and Jari Porras, Finland/USA
  Activity level and body mass index as predictors of physical workload during working career
  Satu Manttari, Juha Oksa, Julia Pietila, Elina Helander and Jussi Virkkala, Finland
Game Design for Education, Learning and Training
Session 15
Monday, July 23
8:00 - 10:00
Human Factors in Game Design and Virtual Environments
Turks 5
  Co-Chairs:  Sandro Ropelato and Yidan Men, Switzerland/China    
  Using an intelligent tutoring system for efficient training of micromanipulation skills
  Sandro Ropelato, Marino Menozzi and Ying-Yin Huang, Switzerland
  Experience from indoor fire search and rescue game design for technology testing
  Jaziar Radianti, Norway
  A study to improve education through gamification multimedia in museum
  Yidan Men, China
  UniCap virtual: The user experience for a VR application in a Brazilian university
  Christianne Soares Falcao and Breno José Andrade de Carvalho, Brazil
  Minecrafting virtual education
  Nicholas Caporusso and Stuart Lenig, USA
  Videogames, motivation and history of Peru: Designing an educational game about Mariano Melgar
  Claudia Zapata, Vanessa Vega, Enrique Chiroque and Ricardo Navarro, Peru
Design for Inclusive Environments
Session 16
Monday, July 23
8:00 - 10:00
Design for Inclusion
Turks 6
  Co-Chairs:  Avril Accolla and Jiaxin Xiao, China/Hong Kong    
  The co-creation of an inclusive and participatory way-finding for all
  Avril Accolla and Jixiang Jiang, China
Inclusive design of open space for visually impaired persons: A comparative study of Beijing and Hong Kong
  Kin Wai Michael Siu and Jiaxin Xiao, Hong Kong
Lighting in the workplace: Recommended illuminance (lux) at workplace environs
  Sandra Preto and Cristina Caramelo Gomes, Portugal
Investigating accuracy of eye-tracking cognitive load estimation of information visualization
  Azam Majooni, Mona Masood and Amir Akhavan, Malaysia
Gender disparity of Indian open spaces: Comparative analysis of 3 Indian cities to assess the impact of design on inclusiveness of parks & playgrounds
  Divya Subramanian and Arnab Jana, India
HCI guidelines for developing countries
  Bruno Giesteira, Portugal
Regenerative design in tourism: a research on the design of social innovation for rural villages in China
  Tiziano Cattaneo, China
Human Interaction with Robotic Systems and Vehicles
Session 17
Monday, July 23
8:00 - 10:00
Human Factors in Robots and Unmanned Systems
Caicos 1
  Co-Chairs:  Kyle Behymer and Ryan Scott, USA    
  Intuitive interfaces for teleoperation of continuum robotics
  Ryan Scott, Apoorva Kapadia and Ian Walker, USA
Presentation of autonomy-generated plans: Determining ideal number and extent differ
  Kyle Behymer, Heath Ruff, Gloria Calhoun, Jessica Bartik and Elizabeth Frost, USA
Autonomous ground vehicle error prediction modeling to facilitate human-machine cooperation
  Praveen Damacharla, Ruthwik R. Junuthula, Ahmad Javaid and Vijay Devabhaktuni, USA
Using a virtual world for visual comprehension
  David Benjamin, Gunjan Asrani, Yaobin Liang, Haitao Luo, Peiyi Shen and Xiaodong Xu, USA
Continuous learning for robots deployed in public spaces
  Xiaohua Sun and Jan Dornig, China
Path planning based on A* algorithm for unmanned surface vehicle
  Kang Hou and Jinlin Shi, China
Motion planning based on artificial potential field for unmanned tractor in farmland
  Kang Hou, Jinlin Shi, Yucheng Zhang and Yili Zheng, China
Modeling and Control Approaches in Large Scale Manufacturing Systems
Session 18
Monday, July 23
8:00 - 10:00
Advanced Production Management and Process Control
Caicos 2
  Co-Chairs: Yusuf Tansel Ic and Doğukan Aktaş, Turkey    
  Understanding the effect of assignment of importance scores of evaluation criteria randomly in the application of DOE-TOPSIS in decision making
  Yusuf Tansel Ic and Mustafa Yurdakul, Turkey
  Application of cellular manufacturing and simulation approaches for performance improvement in an aerospace company’s manufacturing activities
  Yusuf Tansel Ic, Mustafa Yurdakul, Mehmet Gulsen, Gizem Dalcan, Didem Kırdar, Meriç Kale, Zeynep Altınkaya and
  Doğukan Aktaş, Turkey
  Resource constrained multi-project scheduling: Application in a software company
  Pelin Akyil Kurt and Baris Kececi, Turkey
  A mathematical model for determining job rotation strategy considering mental and physical fatigue in dishwasher manufacturing process
  Gülin Feryal Can and Yelda Ayrim, Turkey 
Cross-Cultural Decision Making I
Session 19
Monday, July 23
8:00 - 10:00
Cross-Cultural Decision Making
Caicos 3
  Chair: Atsuo Murata, Japan    
Towards cross-cultural design of interfaces: Preferences in interface design between Japanese and European users
  Jacqueline Urakami, Japan
Cross-cultural comparison of German and Japanese mobile messenger communication
  Jacqueline Urakami and Ting Sheng Lim, Japan
The proposal of cross-cultural understanding model using place-oriented audio guide system
  Ayaka Ito and Katsuhiko Ogawa, Japan
Crystal cube: Multidisciplinary approach to disruptive events prediction
  Anna L. Buczak, Nathan Parrish, Jared Zook, James Howard and Brian Ellison, USA
Research on the characteristics of body height and weight in eight countries
  Jing Zhao, Zhang Fan, Haitao Wang, Zhao Chao, Xinyu Cao and Gang Wu, China
Cognitive biases and distorted decision making that prevent rational and efficient sports management cross-cultural difference between MLB and NPB
  Atsuo Murata, Japan
The Present and Future of Macroergonomic Systems I
Session 20
Monday, July 23
8:00 - 10:00
Social & Occupational Ergonomics
Caicos 4
  Co-Chairs: Leszek Pacholski and Robert Waszkowski, Poland    
  The future of macroergonomic manufacturing systems
  Joanna Kałkowska,  Maciej Siemieniak and Leszek Pacholski, Poland
  Macroergonomics factors generating working time losses in interpretation of grey systems theory
  Katarzyna Siemieniak, Maciej Siemieniak, Bogna Mateja and Leszek Pacholski, Poland
  Measurement of the effectiveness of ergonomic interventions in production companies
  Marcin Butlewski and Wiktoria Czernecka, Poland
  Sustainable production assessment on product, process and system level – state of art
  Małgorzata Jasiulewicz-Kaczmarek and Jan Kaczmarek, Poland
Using stop-motion video as visual indicator to strength ASD’s attention focus on specific nonverbal social cues to enhance perception judgements
  I-Jui Lee, Taiwan
User Experience within Visual Communication
Session 21
Monday, July 23
8:00 - 10:00
Ergonomics in Design
Caicos 5
  Co-Chairs:  Marco Neves and Cristina Santos, Portugal    
  Design for (inter)actions: A teaching experience in graphic design
  Marco Neves, Portugal
  Interaction and digital infographics in Portuguese media: When news are made of things we cannot see
  Rita Salomé Esteves and Marco Neves, Portugal
  The italic style: Getting it straight
  João Brandão and Catarina Almeida, Portugal
  Project decisions in magazine design
  Elisabete Rolo and Inês Pequito Valente, Portugal
  Communication design against child sexual violence
  Teresa Cabral and Inês Laureano, Portugal
  The contribution of information design to age friendly cities: A case study on Coimbra and public transport
  Maria Luísa Costa, Inês Amaral and Fernanda Daniel, Portugal
  The influence of infographics in accessing information: Multidimensionality in visual representation and configuration of different media
  Cristina Santos, Maria João Neto Pereira and Marco Neves, Portugal
Affective Value and Kawaii Engineering
Session 22
Monday, July 23
8:00 - 10:00
Affective and Pleasurable Design
Caicos 6
  Co-Chairs:  Michiko Ohkura and Ayako Hashizume, Japan    
  Affective taste evaluation system using sound symbolic words
  Jinhwan Kwon, Kohei Suzuki, Tomohiko Inazumi and Maki Sakamoto, Japan
  Competences required for user surveys on affectivity
  Ayako Hashizume and Masaaki Kurosu, Japan
  Affective evaluation while listening to music with vibrations to the body
  Ryohei Yamazaki and Michiko Ohkura, Japan
  Evaluation of kawaii feelings caused by looking at stuffed animals using ECG
  Takafumi Tombe, Kodai Ito and Michiko Ohkura, Japan
  Cuteness in Japanese design: Investigating perceptions of kawaii among American college students
  David Berque, Hiroko Chiba, Ayako Hashizume, Masaaki Kurosu and Samuel Showalter, USA/Japan
  Evaluation of feeling of the like in watching pictures by physiological signals
  Takuma Hashimoto, Kensaku Fukumoto, Tomomi Takashina, Yoshikazu Hirayama, Michiko Ohkura and Ryota Horie, Japan
Human Factors in Production Systems
Session 23
Monday, July 23
8:00 - 10:00
Human Aspects of Advanced Manufacturing
St. Croix 1
  Co-Chairs:  Zbigniew Wisniewski Aleksandra and Polak-Sopinska, Poland    
  Human factor in maintenance management
  Anna Maczewska, Aleksandra Polak-Sopinska and Paulina Krasoń, Poland
  Requirements for it systems of maintenance management
  Zbigniew Wisniewski and Artur Blaszczyk, Poland
Physical work intensity of in-plant milk run operator. Part I - guidelines for assessment
  Aleksandra Polak-Sopinska, Magdalena Wrobel-Lachowska, Zbigniew Wisniewski and Irena Jalmuzna, Poland
Physical work intensity of in-plant milk run operator. Part II – case study
  Aleksandra Polak-Sopinska, Poland
Beyond imaging - Interactive tabletop system for tomographic data visualisation and analysis
  Mikolaj Wozniak, Aleksandra Polak-Sopinska, Andrzej Romanowski, Krzysztof Grudzień, Zbigniew Chaniecki,
  Aleksandra Kowalska and Magdalena Wrobel-Lachowska, Poland
  Refreshments 10:00 - 10:30  •  Room: Grand Caribbean Ballroom
SESSION Monday, July 23   •  10:30 - 12:30
Trends in Cognition and Performance I
Session 26
Monday, July 23
10:30 - 12:30
Cognitive & Neuroergonomics
Grand Caribbean 1
  Co-Chairs: Colin Elkin and Mark Miller, USA    
Beyond 2020 NextGen compliance: Human factors and cognitive loading issues for commercial and general aviation pilots
  Sam Holley and Mark Miller, USA
Workload strain induction: Verification testing
  Lauren Reinerman-Jones, Gerald Matthews and Scott Grigsby, USA
Linear or curvilinear relationship between mental workload and effort mobilization
  Charlotte Mallat, Julien Cegarra and Rémi Capa, France
Use of dry electrode electroencephalography (EEG) to monitor pilot workload and distraction based on p300 responses to an auditory oddball task
  Zara Gibson, Joseph Butterfield, Matthew Rodger, Brian Murphy and Adelaide Marzano, UK
Analysis of alternatives for neural network training techniques in assessing cognitive workload
  Colin Elkin and Vijay Devabhaktuni, USA
Quantification of interaction strategies using eye behavior: Assessing the relationship with physicians' performance during interaction with EHRS
  Prithima Reddy Mosaly, USA
Evaluation of the mental load and occupational stress in the judicial framework in Brazil
  Rodrigo Pereira and Sue Ellen Lourencao Nascimento, Brazil
Session 27
Monday, July 23
10:30 - 12:30
Human Factors in Transportation - Maritime
Grand Caribbean 2
  Co-Chairs:  Neville Stanton and Aaron Roberts, UK    
  Exploring ecological interface design for future ROV capabilities in maritime command and control
  Daniel Fay, Neville Stanton and Aaron Roberts, UK
  Investigating temporal implications of information transition in submarine command teams
  Kiome Pope, Aaron Roberts and Neville Stanton, UK
  Facing the new technology landscape in the maritime domain: Knowledge mobilization, networks and management
in human-machine collaboration
  Yemao Man, Monica Lundh and Scott MacKinnon, Sweden
  "Just in Time" product design: Case study of a high-customizable chase boat
  Andrea Vallicelli, Massimo Di Nicolantonio, Jessica Lagatta and Alessio Biagi, Italy
  Designing an ergonomic tourist boat in Taal Lake, Talisay, Philippines
  Ma. Angelica Capulong, Aida Sabrina Semon, Isabella Nicole Monteclaro and Keneth Sedilla, Philippines
Session 28
Monday, July 23
10:30 - 12:30
Cognitive Computing and Internet of Things (IoT)
Grand Caribbean 3
Every Design Tells a Story
Session 29
Monday, July 23
10:30 - 12:30
Interdisciplinary Practice in Industrial Design
Grand Caribbean 4
Co-Chairs:  Suresh Sethi and Shrikrishna Kulkarni, USA/India  
Narratives as design
  Suresh Sethi, USA
Activities for designers in the architecture of generative design system
  Liqun Zhang and Shu Heng Zhang, China
Role of art and crafts heritage in contemporary design
  Shrikrishna Kulkarni, India
User participatory design research based on the Hall three-dimensional structure
  Chicheng Lu and Shaoping Guan, China
Emotion and Design I
Session 30
Monday, July 23
10:30 - 12:30
Affective and Pleasurable Design
Grand Caribbean 5
  Co-Chairs: Cliff Shin and Shuichi Fukuda, USA/Japan    
Development and design of plastic products embedded with Japan-specific traditional sense of beauty
  Tetsuo Kikuchi, Japan
Analysis of intuitive thinking in five-sense design:  An example of auditory design
  Tao Xiong, Jianxin Cheng, Tengye Li, Wenjia Ding and Zhang Zhang, China
Applying intuitive thinking in smart home design based on semantic association
  Tengye Li, Jianxin Cheng, Tao Xiong, Wenjia Ding, Zhang Zhang and Xinyu Yang, China
Influence of art museum exhibition space design on the emotion of viewer: Case Study
  Binli Gu and Yasuyuki Hirai, Japan
Analysis of changes in personal fashion choices owing to situational constraints
  Miu Sato, Toshikazu Kato and Takashi Sakamoto, Japan
Safety and Prevention in Construction/Mining Sector I
Session 31
Monday, July 23
10:30 - 12:30
Safety Management and Human Factors
Grand Caribbean 8
  Co-Chairs: Wellington Thwala and Dylan Smibert, South Africa/Canada    
  Contractors' health and safety practices model
  Wellington Didibhuku Thwala, Mustupha Zakari and Clinton Aigbavboa, South Africa
  Framework for construction projects selection in cape coast metropolis
  Wellington Didibhuku Thwala, Mustupha Zakari and Clinton Aigbavboa, South Africa
Safety culture in Canada’s construction industry: A journey of development, assessment, and improvement
  Bruce Collins, Jonathan Dixon and Dylan Smibert, Canada
Construction safety: A new framework for safety culture model in Malaysian construction industry
  Abd Mutalib Abd Gapar, Malaysia
  Comparison between collective protection systems in Brazil: Security platforms and networks
  Milton Anjoletto Filho and Sheyla Serra, Brazil
Virtual modeling of work safety projects for construction sites
  Carla Barroso Leão and Sheyla Serra, Brazil
Work-Related Musculoskeletal Disorders 
Session 32
Monday, July 23
10:30 - 12:30
Physical Ergonomics & Human Factors
Grand Caribbean 9
  Co-Chairs:  Aide Aracely Maldonado-Macías and Luz Saenz, Mexico/Colombia    
Ergonomics in construction: Where does it hurt?
  John Smallwood and Claire Deacon, South Africa
Work-related musculoskeletal disorders (WMSDs) among construction workers using hand drilling machine in Ghana
  Emmanuel Bamfo-Agyei and Lawrence Atepor, Ghana
Determining the occupational risk level in the task of welding railings in a manufacturing company by means of RULA
  Arturo Realyvásquez, Brandon Delfin, Guadalupe Hernández-Escobedo, Jorge González and Aide Maldonado, Mexico
Stress at work and physical load in professional sport
  Zenija Roja, Henrijs Kalkis, Ieva Tetere and Inara Roja, Latvia
The relationship between disability and health related quality of life in office workers with neck pain
  Gonca Bumin and Burcu Kılıc, Turkey
Investigation of prevalence of musculoskeletal disorders and their associated risk factors among Indian railway coolies: a cross sectional study
  Abhyuday Thakur, Kaushal Joshi and Chinmoy Ranka, India
Public Transport II
Session 33
Monday, July 23
10:30 - 12:30
Human Factors in Transportation - Road & Rail
Grand Caribbean 10
  Co-Chairs:  Craig Allison and Guillaume Craveur, UK/France    
Train schedule delays leading to overcrowding, injuries and fatalities
  Mbali  Myeni, Kenny Sobiyi and Junior Mabiza, South Africa
Who is going to ride the upcoming Metro in Qatar?
  Khaled Shaaban, Qatar
Where is Qatar from Complete Streets?
  Khaled Shaaban and Rania Khalil, Qatar
Evacuation modelling for the railway industry:  The impact of stalled doors on rolling stock evacuation
  Guillaume Craveur, France 
Investigating passenger mobility characteristics along feeder routes serving bus rapid transit corridor
  Bilal Zia Malik, Zia-ur- Rehman, Ammad Hassan Khan, Waseem Akram and Amna Chaudhry, Parkistan
Session 34
Monday, July 23
10:30 - 12:30
Social & Occupational Ergonomics
Grand Caribbean 11
Human Machine Interfaces
Session 35
Monday, July 23
10:30 - 12:30
Usability and User Experience
Grand Caribbean 12
  Co-Chairs:  Rebecca Cook and Timo Schempp, USA/Germany    
  Standardization of human machine interfaces for automated systems
  Rebecca Cook, USA
  Research on interface design of full windshield head-up display based on user experience
  Ting Deng, Wei Sun, Ruiqiu Zhang and Yu Zhang, China
  Adaptive control elements to improve the HMI of an agricultural tractor
  Timo Schempp, Andreas Kaufmann, Ingmar Stoehr, Markus Schmid and Stefan Boettinger, Germany
  Study on human-computer interaction in the design of public self-service equipment
  Huaming Peng, Shuxian Liu and Tengfei Zhang, China
Evaluating the usability of a head-up display while driving a vehicle
  Jose Castañon, Maria Teresa Barbosa, Patrícia Caetano Bara and Guilherme Bara, Brazil
Determining the effect of training on uncertainty visualization evaluations
  Stephen M. Fiore, Jihye Song, Olivia B. Newton, Corey Pittman, Samantha F. Warta and Joseph J. LaViola, USA
Research of negative feedback in mobile interface design
  Zhengyu Tan, Yangchen Jiang and Lei Liu, China
Usability and User Experience II
Session 36
Monday, July 23
10:30 - 12:30
Usability and User Experience
Turks 1
  Co-Chairs: Young-Hee Lee and Yuka Sugiyama, South Korea/Japan    
  Estimation of the smartphone user’ satisfaction and customer intention on the social networking service
  Young-Hee Lee and Ryang-Hee Kim, South Korea
Adding cognitive data collection to smartphone usability evaluation: A comparison between eye tracking processes and traditional techniques
  Marcos Souza and Fracimar Maciel, Brazil
Usability evaluation of self-service laundry system in universities
  Meiyu Zhou, Chao Li and Can Zhao, China
Agile project management: Better deliveries to the end user in software projects with a management model by Scrum
  Hugo Almeida and Walter Franklin Marques Correia, Brazil
The contribution of design in the waiting experience of applicants to parents in the process of adoption in Recife
  Haidée Cristina Câmara Lima, Walquíria Castelo Branco Lins, José Carlos Porto Arcoverde, Jr. and
  Walter Franklin Marques Correia, Brazil
Improvement method for business operations using user experience adaptive information sharing terminals
  Yuka Sugiyama, Toshikazu Kato and Takashi Sakamoto, Japan
  Evaluation of user interface control design based on mental workload: An experimental study
  Cong Chi Tran, Shengyuan Yan and Yingying Wei, China
Human Factors, Efficiency, Business Management
Session 37
Monday, July 23
10:30 - 12:30
Human Factors, Business Management and Society
Turks 2
  Co-Chairs:  Henrijs Kalkis and Zenija Roja, Latvia    
  Successful creation and communication of human resources strategies in Germany
  Tom Sander, Biruta Sloka and Henrijs Kalkis, Latvia
  New innovation identification approach development matrix
  Anda Batraga, Jelena Salkovska, Liga Braslina, Aija Legzdina and Henrijs Kalkis, Latvia
  Human factor and LEAN analysis at industrial manufacturing plant
  Henrijs Kalkis, Sandis Babris and Zenija Roja, Latvia
Exploring the role of service eco-system in developing countries: A case study of ride hailing service in Pakistan
  Ahson Javaid and Youji Kohda, Japan
The effect of oil resource investment on Iraqi-Kurdistan
  Jabir Hassan, Iraq
  Making a business case: How to sell ergonomics and human factors
  Gyula Szabo, Hungary
Human Factors and System Interactions II
Session 38
Monday, July 23
10:30 - 12:30
Human Factors and Systems Interaction
Turks 3
  Co-Chairs: N. Tuğbagül Altan Akin and Jangwoon Park, Turkey/USA    
  Relationships between cognitive workload and physiological response under reliable and unreliable automation
  Jangwoon Park, Heejin Jeong, Jaehyun Park and Byung Cheol Lee, USA
  Visual capability estimation using motor action pattern
  Yanyu Lu, Lu Ding and Shan Fu, China
  Comparison of theory of mind tests in augmented reality and 2D environments for children with neurodevelomental disorders
  Nigar Tuğbagül Altan Akin and Mehmet Gokturk, Turkey
Study on the relationship between BMI and body shape characteristics indicators
  Zhao Chao, Zhang Fan, Gang Wu, Jing Zhao, Haitao Wang and Wenxing Ding, China
  Ann based technological aid for dyscalculia using NFC technology
  Satya Naraparaju and Pranavi Jalapati, India
Artificial Intelligence and Social Computing II
Session 39
Monday, July 23
10:30 - 12:30
Human Factors in Artificial Intelligence and Social Computing
Turks 4
  Co-Chairs: Jon Temple and Claude Elie, USA    
Beyond the ChatBot: Enhancing search with cognitive capabilities
  Jon Temple and Claude Elie, USA
Business intelligence analysis, the new role of enhancing and complementing the internship of students from information technology program
  Shutchapol Chopvitayakun, Thailand
Clustering-based recommender system: bundle recommendation using matrix factorization to single user and user communities
  Remigio Hurtado Ortiz, Rodolfo Bojorque Chasi and César Inga Chalco, Ecuador
Artificial neural networks based effluent profiling and community contamination analysis through MFC technology
  Pranavi Jalapati and  Satya Naraparaju, India
Research on emotion recognition of individual behavioral induced by continuous materials
  Wow Bob, Albania
Intelligent system for driver safety
  Edisson Coronel, Ecuador
ARTELLIGENT: Developing auto-poietic computer art agents
  Francisco Barretto and Suzete Venturelli, Brazil
Assistive Devices and Systems
Session 40
Monday, July 23
10:30 - 12:30
Human Factors and Assistive Technology
Turks 5
  Co-Chairs:  Claire Davies and Volkan Aksu, Canada/Germany    
  A digital assistance system providing step-by-step support for people with disabilities in production tasks
  Volkan Aksu, Sascha Jenderny, Björn Kroll and Carsten Röcker, Germany
  My intelligent home (MIIHOME) project
  Ipek Caliskanelli, Samia Nefti-Meziani, Jonathan Drake and Anthony Hodgson, UK
Co-Designing: Working with braille users in the design of a device to teach braille
  Rhianne Lopez, Shane Pinder and Claire Davies, Canada
We have built it, but they have not come: Examining the adoption and use of assistive technologies for informal family caregivers
  Pamela Wisniewski, Celia Linton, Aditi Chokshi, Brielle Perlingieri, Varadraj Gurupur and Meghan Gabriel, USA
Development of a tracking sound game system for exercise support of the visually impaired using Kinect
  Kazuki Miyamoto, Michiko Ohkura and Kodai Ito, Japan
  On assistive devices for lower limbs under mechanism of neuromodulation and blood circulation
  Hui-I Yin, Taiwan
Human Factors in Aging: Bridging Science and Support Policies for Elderly
Session 41
Monday, July 23
10:30 - 12:30
Human Factors in Aging and Gerontology
Turks 6
  Co-Chairs:  Jay Kalra and Gianni Montagna, Canada/Portugal    
  Aging and functional changes in polymorphonuclear leukocytes
  Jay Kalra, Avani Saxena, Nasim Rostampour and Erik Vantomme, Canada
  The study of O2O urban community service platform design based on the elderly demands
  Yi Zhang, China
  The new concept of aging: Fitness and leisure sporting apparel adequacy for the "ageless" generation
  Ekaterina Emmanuil Inglesis Barcellos, Galdenoro Botura, Jr., Ana Cristina Broega, Lívia Inglesis Barcellos
  and Monica Moura, Brazil
  Human factors for aging consumers
  Gianni Montagna, Laura Piccinini, Sílvia Pereira and Cristina Carvalho, Portugal
  Research on differences of social adaptability between urban and rural empty-nesters
  Yuting Lin, China
  A study on the design of mutual support for the elderly communication platform based on the urban elderly habitats
  Yi Zhang, China
Interdisciplinary Practice in Industrial Design I
Session 42
Monday, July 23
10:30 - 12:30
Interdisciplinary Practice in Industrial Design
Caicos 1
  Co-Chairs:  Young Mi Choi and Qian Ji, USA/China    
A multi-disciplinary approach to design in education applied to medical systems problems
  Wendell Wilson and Young Mi Choi, USA

“We Dream our Life Could Be:” An undergraduate course aimed at bringing intelligent flexible materials in its break through applications
  Qian Ji and Min Wan, China

China design development based on trend-driven innovation strattegy under the belt and road initiative
  Zhang Zhang, Jianxin Cheng, Tengye Li and Qianqian Wu, China
The application status and development trend of biometrics identification in “internet+” age
  Shuxian Liu, Huaming Peng and Tengfei Zhang, China
Production by rapid prototyping of samples for testing of self-produced starch-based bioplastics
  Carlo Santulli, Davide Paciotti and Paolo Cardorani, Italy
Designing the Learning Experience
Session 43
Monday, July 23
10:30 - 12:30
Human Factors in Training, Education, and Learning Sciences
Caicos 2
  Co-Chairs: Hamid Parsaei and Aleksandra Polak-Sopińska, Qatar/Poland    
Capacity building through strengthening professional skills in engineering graduates
  Albertus Retnanto, Hamid Parsaei and Boback Parsaei, Qatar
A physically immersive platform for training emergency responders and law enforcement officers
  Nicholas Caporusso and Gordon Carlson, USA
An intelligent virtual educational module to improve the learning of ergonomic principles in laparoscopic surgeries
  Mónica Ordóñez-Ríos, Vladimir Robles-Bykbaev, Juan C. Salamea, Zobeida Robles-Bykbaev and Diego Chiliusa-Castillo,
E-Ucumari: A multimedia device based on ontologies for pedagogical support of children with multiple disabilities
  Christian Arévalo-Illescas, Gabriela Tigre-Andrade, Daniela Ochoa-Fajardo, Zobeida Robles-Bykbaev, Julio Martínez-Gutiérrez,
  Vladimir Robles-Bykbaev, Fernando Pesántez and Diego Quisi-Peralta, Ecuador
Project based learning in ergonomic education
  Eduardo Santos, Maria Auxiliadora Barreto, Marco Antonio Pereira and Messias Silva, Brazil
Mobile subject-oriented learning considering individual human peculiarities and ergonomics
  Tamara Maliarchuk, Ukraine
Human factors and synthetic environment: Learning issues
  Oleksandr Burov, Olga Pinchuk and Svitlana Lytvynova, Ukraine
Production Planning, Inspection and Process Control
Session 44
Monday, July 23
10:30 - 12:30
Advanced Production Management and Process Control
Caicos 3
  Co-Chairs:  Beata Mrugalska and Hiroyuki Hamada, Poland/Japan    
  Production Assessment 4.0 – Methods for the development and evaluation of Industry 4.0 use cases
  Wilhelm Bauer, Bastian Pokorni and Stefanie Findeisen, Germany
  Preventive approach to machinery and equipment maintenance in manufacturing companies
  Beata Mrugalska, Barbara Zasada and Magdalena K. Wyrwicka, Poland
  MPE- Mental Protective Equipment for a shared perception of occupational disease prevention
  Emma Bagnato, Davide Mauro and Silvana Bagnato, Italy
Improving quality control of mechatronic systems using KPI-based statistical process control
  Benedict Wohlers, Stefan Dziwok, David Schmelter, Wadim Lorenz and Diebold Nixdorf, Germany
  Relationship between technique for curving or shaping stems in ikebana and the characteristics of floral materials
  Norihito Yamaguchi, Ikenobo Yuki, Akihiko Goto and Hiroyuki Hamada, Japan
  The formation of the alternative list in the output of competitive products, oriented for the final consumer
  Julia Olentsova, Olga Zinina and Olga Antamoshkina, Russia
  A systematic literature review of TRIZ used in Eco-Design
  Shqipe Buzuku and Iuliia Shnai, Finland
Design for Inclusive Daily Life
Session 45
Monday, July 23
10:30 - 12:30
Design for Inclusion
Caicos 4
  Co-Chairs:  Miguel Carvalho and Terje Gjøsæter, Portugal/Norway    
  Providing context-sensitive mobile assistance for people with disabilities in the workplace
  Volkan Aksu, Sascha Jenderny, Sascha Martinetz and Carsten Röcker, Germany
  Assessment of how inclusive are shopping centers for blind people
  Mariana Uribe-Fernandez, Natalia Santa Cruz-Gonzalez, Carlos Aceves-Gonzalez and Alberto Rossa-Sierra, Mexico
  Design for all in healthcare service-scapes: Uncovering multisensory experiences among visually impaired users to enhance user intimacy
  Carmen Martens, Jasmien Herssens and Cécile Delcourt, Belgium
  Evaluation of design recommendations for the development of wheelchair rugby sports-wear
  Sara Braganca, Ignacio Castellucci, Simeon Gill, Miguel Carvalho and Pedro Arezes, UK/Portugal
  Wellness for all: Novel design scenarios and concepts of products-systems for an inclusive user experience in indoor physical activity
  Francesca Tosi, Giuseppe Fedele, Alessia Brischetto, Mattia Pistolesi and Alessandra Rinaldi, Italy
Socio-Political Modeling
Session 46
Monday, July 23
10:30 - 12:30
Human Factors and Simulation
Caicos 5
  Co-Chairs:  Zining Yang  and Manuel Lindorfer, USA/Austria    
  Simulation of financial systemic risk and contagion in the U.S. Housing market
  Faizan Khan and Zining Yang, USA
  Micro-simulation model as a tool for evaluating the reform of China's personal income tax
  Xiangyu Wan, China
Investigating the large-scale effects of human driving behavior on vehicular traffic flow
  Manuel Lindorfer, Christian Backfrieder, Christoph Mecklenbräuker and Gerald Ostermayer, Austria
Assessment of air traffic controller’s mental workload
  Thorsten Mühlhausen, Thea Radüntz and André Tews, Germany

Human development dynamics: a study of agent-environment co-evolution with agent-based modeling and evolutionary gaming experiment
  Jessica Gu, Zining Yang, Mark Abdollahian and Yu Chen, USA/Japan

The diamond study: diverging diamond interchanges in western Australia: Performance on a driving simulator
  Kyle Chow and Lynn Meuleners, Australia
Preventing Accidents
Session 47
Monday, July 23
10:30 - 12:30
Human Error, Reliability, Resilience, and Performance
Caicos 6
Co-Chairs:  Jonas Lundberg and J. D. Solomon, Sweden/USA  
It could not be seen because it could not be believed - June 30, 2013
  Fred Schoeffler and Lance Honda, USA
Human factors analysis in reliability and risk assessments following a catastrophic failure
  J. D. Solomon, USA
Human error in accident investigation
  Elias Nikolaidis, R. Alberto Bernabeo and Kirk Webster, UAE
A pragmatic approach to uncover blind spots in accident investigation in ultra-safe organizations:  A case study from air traffic management
  Jonas Lundberg and Billy Josefsson, Sweden
A comparison of the common causes of maritime accidents in Canada, Indonesia, Japan, Australia, and England
  Ludfi Pratiwi Bowo and Masao Furusho, Indonesia
Handling quality evaluation method in aircraft cockpit based on pilot performance
  Xia Zhang, Youchao Sun, Yanjun Zhang and Huiqun Zhu, China
A  study on safety integrity improvement of oxidation reactor on propylene oxide process by installed safety instrumented system (SIS)
  Byoung-Chan Lee and Hyung-Sub Lee, South Korea
  Lunch Break 12:30 - 14:00   •    Enjoy lunch at the restaurant of your choice
SESSION Monday, July 23  •  14:00 - 16:00
Systemic-Structural Activity Theory
Session 51
Monday, July 23
14:00 - 16:00
Cognitive & Neuroergonomics
Grand Caribbean 1
  Co-Chairs:  Gregory Bedny and Alexander Yemelyanov, USA  
  Time studies in ergonomics and psychology
  Inna Bedny, Gregory Bedny and Waldemar Karwowski, USA
  Decision support of mental model formation in self-regulation process of goal-directed decision making under uncertainty and risk
  Alexander Yemelyanov, USA
  Approach to safety analysis in the framework of the systemic-structural activity theory
  Gregory Bedny and Inna Bedny, USA
  Express decision – mobile application for quick decisions: An overview of implementations
  Alexander Yemelyanov, Simon Baev and Alla Yemelyanov, USA
  Dichotomy of historicity and subjective perception of complexity in individuals’ activity goal formation and decision outcomes
  Mohammed-Aminu Sanda, Ghana
  A systemic approach to implementing psychological factors in management
  Fred Voskoboynikov, Russia
Biomechanics and Human Modeling
Session 52
Monday, July 23
14:00 - 16:00
Digital Human Modeling and Applied Optimization
Grand Caribbean 2
  Co-Chairs:  Thomas Alexander and Jazmin Cruz, Germany/USA  
  Development of a tendon driven finger joint model using finite element method
  Gregor Harih, Slovenia
  Muscle force prediction method considering the role of antagonistic muscle
  Yuki Daijyu, Isamu Nishida and Keiichi Shirase, Japan
  Repetitive task ankle joint injury assessment using artificial neural network
  Sultan Sultan, Karim Abdel-Malek, Jasbir Arora and Rajan Bhatt, USA
  Approaches to study spine biomechanics: A literature review
  Jazmin Cruz, James Yang and Yujiang Xiang, USA
  The effects of object surfaces and shapes on hand grip function for heavy objects
  Mario Garcia, Jazmin Cruz, Cecilia Garza, James Yang and Patricia DeLucia, USA
  Automatic learning of climbing configuration space for digital human children model
  Tsubasa Nose, Koji Kitamura, Mikiko Oono, Yoshifumi Nishida and Michiko Ohkura, Japan
  Measurement system of the temporomandibulares joint
  André Solon de Carvalho and Eduardo Ferro dos Santos, Brazil
Design and Applied Anthropometry I
Session 53
Monday, July 23
14:00 - 16:00
Ergonomics in Design
Grand Caribbean 3
  Co-Chairs:  Miguel Carvalho, Mónica Ordóñez-Ríos and Jiahui Xu, Portugal/Ecuador/China    
  Garment sizing in Portuguese children's fashion brands
  Germana Bezerra, Miguel Carvalho, Juliana Pessoa and Maria Alice Rocha, Portugal
  Design requirements of mastectomy bra for formal dress
  Chi Liu, Xueqing Zheng and Bugao Xu, China
  Foot anthropometric data for young Chinese population
  Zhang Fan, Jing Zhao, Zhao Chao, Gang Wu, Wenxing Ding and Haitao Wang, China
  Anthropometric evaluation and operation room design analysis for laparoscopic surgeries in Cuenca, Ecuador
  Mónica Ordóñez-Ríos, Juan C. Salamea and Vladimir Robles-Bykbaev, Ecuador
  Analysis and designs on human-oriented sanitation workers overall
  Jiahui Xu and Xiaoping Hu, China
  Design and development of the plus size bra
  Cristina Carvalho, Ana Brígida Filipe and Gianni Montagna, Portugal
  The recent anthropometry of Chinese adult population
  Chaoyi Zhao, China 
Systems for Disease Detection
Session 54
Monday, July 23
14:00 - 16:00
Human Factors and Ergonomics in Healthcare and Medical Devices
Grand Caribbean 4
  Co-Chairs: Riad Al-Kasasbeh and Paula Jacobs, Jordan/USA    
  Using design to connect patients, providers, and researchers: A cognitive assessment and monitoring platform for integrative research (CAMPFIRE)
  Paula Jacobs, Dominic Anello and Seth Elkin-Frankston, USA
  Fuzzy model evaluation of vehicles ergonomics and its influence on occupational diseases
  Riad Taha Al-Kasasbeh, Nikolay Korenevskiy, Sofia Korenevskya, Etab Taha Al-Kasasbeh, Ilyash Maksim and
  Mahdi Alshamasin, Jordan/Russia
  Glaucoma and short-wavelength light sensitivity (blue light)
  Sandra Preto and Cristina Caramelo Gomes, Portugal
  Effects of auditory integration training on reading and handwriting skills in children with attention deficit hyperactivity disorder:
A case report
  Gonca Bumin, Hatice Akbulut and Gokcen Akyurek, Turkey
Innovations in Service Delivery and Assessment
Session 55
Monday, July 23
14:00 - 16:00
Human Side of Service Engineering
Grand Caribbean 5
  Co-Chairs:  Freimut Bodendorf and Christian Zagel, Germany  
  Using augmented reality and gamification to empower rehabilitation activities and elderly persons. A study applying design thinking
  Oliver Korn, Lea Buchweitz, Adrian Rees, Gerald Bieber, Christian Werner and Klaus Hauer, Germany
  Method Cards – A new concept for teaching in academia and to innovate in SMEs
  Christian Zagel, Lena Grimm and Xun Luo, Germany
  The hinge factor – or the limits of probabilities
  Josef Loeffl, Germany
  Correlations between computer-related causal attributions and user persistence
  Adelka Niels, Sophie Jent, Monique Janneck and Christian Zagel, Germany
  Emotionalizing e-commerce pages: Empirical evaluation of design strategies for increasing the affective customer response
  Alexander Piazza, Corinna Lutz, Daniela Schuckay, Christian Zagel and Freimut Bodendorf, Germany
  Patient-centered design of an e-Mental health app
  Leonhard Glomann, Viktoria Hager, Christian A. Lukas and Matthias Berking, Germany
Safety Management in SMEs
Session 56
Monday, July 23
14:00 - 16:00
Safety Management and Human Factors
Grand Caribbean 8
  Co-Chairs:   Alec Tremblay and Guido J. L. Micheli, France/Italy   
  A new way to evaluate occupational health and safety performance in Quebec small and medium-sized enterprises
 Alec Tremblay and Adel Badri, France/Canada
  Barriers, drivers and impact of a simplified occupational safety and health management system in micro and small enterprises
  Guido J. L. Micheli, Maria Grazia Gnoni, Diego De Merich, Guido Sala, Andrea Rosso, Fabiana Tornese, Giusi Piga
  and Brunella Malorgio, Italy
  Quality management in healthcare: Assessment tools in clinical diagnostic laboratories
  Jay Kalra, Ajay Nayar, Karen Nogier and Ashish Kopargaonkar, Canada
  Improvement of safety culture in industry: A systematic review
  Francisco  Duarte, Carolina Alonso, Ulysse Gallier and Marina Mercado, Brazil
  Occupational health and safety and employee engagement: Evidence from the SMEs sector in Ghana
  Michael Asiedu Gyensare, Olivia Anku-Tsede, Kwame Owusu Boakye and Evelyn Twumasi, Ghana
  Application of entropy method in the effectiveness of coal mines’ safety signs evaluation implemented in MatLab
  Shuicheng Tian, Lu Hui and Zhiwei Peng, China
Healthy and Active Aging
Session 57
Monday, July 23
14:00 - 16:00
Physical Ergonomics & Human Factors
Grand Caribbean 9
  Co-Chairs:  Shuping Xiong and Gwi-Ryung Hong, South Korea  
  Feasibility of wrist-worn device and ecological momentary assessment of depressive mood among community-dwelling older adults living alone
  Heejung Kim, Soyun Hong and Sooyoung Kwon, South Korea
  Usability evaluations of a newly developed wearable inertial sensing system for assessing elderly fall risk
  Rana Zia Ur Rehman, Shuping Xiong and Jihyeok Jang, South Korea
  Relationship between socio-economic factors and fall risk for elder Koreans
  Taekyoung Kim, Sang Choi and Shuping Xiong, South Korea
  Differences in negative emotional expressions for people with dementia according to general characteristics
  Eunmi Oh, Seol Hwa Moon, Jeong Eun Yang, Yeji Hwang and Gwi-Ryung Hong, South Korea
  Research on the contact force of fingers when grasping bottles
  Zhelin Li, Yongyi Zhu, Zunfu Wang, Lijun Jiang and Yuguang Shao, China
  Effects of upper limb fatigue on gait stability
  Xingda Qu, China
Ergonomics and Material Environment Design II
Session 58
Monday, July 23
14:00 - 16:00
Human Factors, Sustainable Urban Planning and Infrastructure
Grand Caribbean 10
  Co-Chairs: Anna Jaglarz and Beata Majerska-Palubicka, Poland    
  Urban green spaces: An element of a city's balance between the built and natural environments
  Wojciech Bonenberg, Mo Zhou and Shoufang Liu, Poland
BIM in prefabrication and modular building
  Wojciech Bonenberg, Xia Wei and Mo Zhou, Poland
Architectural design in the context of sustainable development
  Beata Majerska-Palubicka, Poland
Estimating residents’ preferences in land use planning process
  Wojciech Bonenberg, Mo Zhou and Xia Wei, Poland
Virtual Reality and Interaction Design
Session 59
Monday, July 23
14:00 - 16:00
Usability and User Experience
Grand Caribbean 11
  Co-Chairs: Meng Ding and Michael Hubler, USA  
  Analysis of the relationship between content and interaction in the usability design of 360° videos
  Nicholas Caporusso, Gordon Carlson, Matthew Clarke, Vitoantonio Bevilacqua, Gianpaolo Francesco Trotta and Meng Ding,
  Accessibility in ChatBots: The state of the art in favor of users with visual impairment
  Cecília Torres, Walter Franklin Marques Correia and Laura Bezerrra Martins, Brazil
  The development of an online questionnaire for end users about the visual perception of informational ergonomics and its attributes in graphic brands
  João Carlos R Placido da Silva, Valeria Ramos Friso, Luis Carlos Paschoarelli and José Carlos Placido da Silva, Brazil
  Adaptive user interfaces: Fitting form and function to dynamic users and environments
  Michael Hubler, USA
Usability and User Experience III
Session 60
Monday, July 23
14:00 - 16:00
Usability and User Experience
Grand Caribbean 12
  Co-Chairs: Yunyan Zhang and Walter Franklin Marques Correia, China/Brazil  
  Comparative study on reading performance of different electronic ink screens
  Yunyan Zhang, Weiwei Wang and Ting Wei, China
  The effects of response time on user perception in smartphone interaction
  Zhengyu Tan, Jieru Zhu, Jun Chen and Fusheng Li, China
  User's behavior under review: The use of instrument’s to evaluate perception of users
  Marina Barros, Walter Franklin Marques Correia and Fabio Campos, Brazil
  A study on determining the heuristics for evaluating the usability of hot drink preparation devices by elderly users
  Aybegum Numanoglu and Ekrem Cem Alppay, Turkey
  An comparative study of different types of mobile phone electronic ink screen reading performance
  Yunhong Zhang, Yuan Lyu, Wei Li, Zhongting Wang and Lou Ding, China
  Research on interactive innovation design of barrier-free products for visually impaired groups
  Zijie Xie, China
  Influence of color perception on consumer behavior
  Ren Long and Yun Chen, China
Human Factors, Business Management and Society I
Session 61
Monday, July 23
14:00 - 16:00
Human Factors, Business Management and Society
Turks 1
  Co-Chairs:  Vesa Salminen and Tero Reunanen, Finland    
  Happiness in fashion
  Eyal Eckhaus, Israel
  Methods of ergonomics and social technologies application in small business
  Yulia Salnikova, Antonina Pakhomova and Larisa Namestnikova, Russia
  Regional development based on digital driven symbiosis
  Heikki Ruohomaa, Vesa Salminen and Anne-Mari Järvenpää, Finland
  Valorizing the human capital within organizations: A competency based approach
  Federica Polo and Jussi Kantola, Finland
  How does current legislation support the emergence of industrial symbiosis in the EU?
  Anne-Mari Järvenpää, Vesa Salminen and Heikki Ruohomaa, Finland
  Lean game, a digital training tool to implement lean philosophy
  Jasperiina Mattsson, Raija Nurminen and Tero Reunanen, Finland
  Organizational development- Lean thinking through the LeanGame learning game
  Saija Klimoff, Raija Nurminen and Tero Reunanen, Finland
Session 62
Monday, July 23
14:00 - 16:00
Interdisciplinary Practice in Industrial Design
Turks 2
Scientific Concepts in Educational Science
Session 63
Monday, July 23
14:00 - 16:00
Human Factors in Training, Education, and Learning Sciences
Turks 3
  Co-Chairs: Juan Cristobal Castro-Alonso and Valeria Cabello Gonzalez, Chile/Ecuador  
  Spatial ability for university biology education
  Juan Cristóbal Castro-Alonso and David H. Uttal, Chile/USA
  Explaining scientific concepts: Assessment of a high-leverage practice in teacher preparation programs
  Valeria Cabello Gonzalez, Chile
  Teacher training, mentoring or performance support systems?
  Roberto Araya, Chile
  An academic system based on ontological networks to support the inference of new knowledge in micro and macro curriculum in higher education
  Roberto García-Vélez, Jorge Galan-Mena, Martín López-Nores, Vladimir Robles-Bykbaev, Daniel Calle-López and
  Fernando Pesántez, Ecuador
  Expanding student teachers’ implicit theories about explanations for the science classrooms
  Valeria Cabello Gonzalez, Maria Antonietta Impedovo and Keith J. Topping, Chile/France/UK
  Challenges for logistics education in industry 4.0
  Magdalena Wrobel-Lachowska, Aleksandra Polak-Sopinska and Zbigniew Wisniewski, Poland
Human Factors in Communication of Design I
Session 64
Monday, July 23
14:00 - 16:00
Human Factors in Communication of Design
Turks 4
  Co-Chairs: Amic G. Ho and Lei Liu, Hong Kong/China  
  Research of behavior style based on cognitive conflict during interaction design
  Zhengyu Tan, Lei Liu and Yangchen Jiang, China
  An exploration of domain-dependent design theories for the designing of advertising functions and contents on new media
  Edward C. K. Hung, China
  A study of rules, structures, features, and biases in the new media for digital advertising for the development of new media ontology
  Edward C. K. Hung, Yan Tung Chan and Chin Yee Chan, China
  Philosophy of design based on spiritual hierarchy theory
  Wenjia Ding, Jianxin Cheng, Tao Xiong, Tengye Li and Zhang Zhang, China
  Analysis of comprehensibility and influencing factors of healthcare symbols
  Chuanyu Zou, Xuefei Long and Yongquan Chen, China
  Improving the usability of academic communication platforms
  Pui Wa Chau and Amic Ho, China
  A study on exhibition marketing of rural field from the interactive experience
  Jheng-Yan Wang and Lishu Lu, Taiwan
Space Human Factors and Habitability
Session 65
Monday, July 23
14:00 - 16:00
Human Factors in Transportation - Space
Turks 5
  Co-Chairs: Giorgio Musso, Elizabeth Mezzacappa and Nicole Schoenstein, Italy/USA  
  Human factors engineering activities for past, present and future manned space habitats
  Giorgio Musso, Roberta Capra, Raffaella Ricci and Adriana Salatino, Italy
  Stress and human factors from Antarctica to Mars
  Alessandro Alcibiade, Antonio Del Mastro, Irene Lia Schlacht, Federico Monaco, Francesco Finazzi, Amir Notea,
  Mouzzam Mehmood Mukadam, Melchiorre Masali and Giorgio Musso, Italy/Germany
  Astronaut crew selection:  Group cohesiveness, deviation, stress, and conformity
  Elizabeth Mezzacappa, USA
  A cognitive task analysis of safety-critical launch termination systems
  Ronald Daiker, Rania Ghatas, Michael Vincent, Jon Holbrook and Lisa Rippy, USA
  Expertise, arousal, and automation effects on complacency errors during Mars missions
  Jason Kring, Jay Barrett and Michael Sawyer, USA
  Comparing automated vs. Manual data analytic processing of long duration international space station post mission crew feedback
  Cody Bryant, Nicole Schoenstein, Susan Schuh and David Meza, USA
Design for Human Diversity: Childhood
Session 66
Monday, July 23
14:00 - 16:00
Design for Inclusion
Turks 6
  Co-Chairs: Alessia Brischetto and Miguel Carvalho, Italy/Portugal    
  Playgrounds for all: Practical strategies and guidelines for designing inclusive play areas for children
  Alessia Brischetto, Alessandra Rinaldi and Francesca Tosi, Italy
  Device design for the learning processes of children with cerebral palsy
  Gustavo Sevilla Cadavid, Angela Maria Echeverri-Jaramillo and Alexander Cardona, Colombia
  Anthropometric data collection of Portuguese overweight and obese children using a Kinect body image system: Preliminary results
  Raquel De campos, Miguel Carvalho and Bugao Xu, Portugal/USA
  The inclusion of children with total visual impairment in learning activities of daily living, especially the act of eating independently
  Johana Hoyos Ruiz, Katherine Zuluaga Aristizabal and Susana Isaza, Colombia
  The use of physical properties of materials in representation in the symbolic toy for blind child
  Valeria Ramos Friso, João Carlos R. Placido da Silva, Paula da Cruz Landim, Luis Carlos Paschoarelli and
  José Carlos Placido da Silva, Brazil
Improving Situational Awareness in the Cyber Domain
Session 67
Monday, July 23
14:00 - 16:00
Human Factors in Robots and Unmanned Systems
Caicos 1
  Co-Chairs: Eric Holder and Kristen Liggett, USA     
  Cyber situational awareness in intelligence preparation of battlespace
  Tal Oron-Gilad, Ilit Oppenheim, Nir Nissim and Yisrael Parmet, Israel
  User-centered design of interfaces for cyber operators
  Kristen Liggett, USA
  An informed discussion of improving situational awareness in the cyber domain
  Eric Holder, USA
  Re-centering human centered visualization
  Lane Harrison, USA
  Improving situational awareness in the cyber domain
  Ritesh Patel, USA
Systems Engineering Applications I
Session 68
Monday, July 23
14:00 - 16:00
Human Factors, Software, and Systems Engineering
Caicos 2
  Co-Chairs:  Benjamin Strenge and Daniel Ziegler, USA/Germany    
  Agile worth-centered systems engineering: A methodology for incorporating ethical aspects in development processes
  Benjamin Strenge and Thomas Schack, Germany
  Development of a web based framework to objectively compare and evaluate software solutions
  Maximilian Barta, Sigmund Schimanski, Julian Buchhorn and Adalbert Nawrot, Germany
  A case study of user adherence and software project performance barriers from a sociotechnical viewpoint
  Nicole Costa, Florian Vesting, Joakim Dahlman and Scott MacKinnon, Sweden
  Objectification of assembly planning for the implementation of human-robot cooperation
  Rainer Müller, Ortwin Mailahn and Richard Peifer, Germany
  DevOps for containerized applications
  Adam Biener and Andrea Crawford, USA
  Modelling of polymorphic user interfaces at the appropriate level of abstraction
  Daniel Ziegler and Matthias Peissner, Germany
  Development of an enterprise platform based on the usage perspective engineering process
  Sigmund Schimanski, Adalbert Nawrot and Maximilian Barta, Germany
Game Design Applications I
Session 69
Monday, July 23
14:00 - 16:00
Human Factors in Game Design and Virtual Environments
Caicos 3
  Co-Chairs:  Masashi Yamada and Jennie Ablanedo, Japan/USA    
  Games & business: Human factors in gamified applications
  Luis Filipe Rodrigues, Abilio Oliveira, Carlos Costa and Helena Rodrigues, Portugal
  Disruptive games:  Power and control or fantasy and entertainment
  Ekaterina Emmanuil Inglesis Barcellos, Galdenoro Botura, Jr., Eric Inglesis Barcellos, Milton Koji Nakata and
  Lívia Inglesis Barcellos, Brazil
  Semantic congruency between music and video in game contents
  Natsuhiro Marumo, Yuji TsuTsui and Masashi Yamada, Japan
  A usability review of the learning master game in support of the U.S. Army's Jumpmaster's Course
  Tamara Griffith, Crystal Maraj, Jeremy Flynn and Jennie Ablanedo, USA
  Designing educational games based on intangible cultural heritage for rural children: A case study on “Logic Huayao”
  Yuanyuan Yang, Duoduo Zhang, Tie Ji and Lerong Li, China
  Design of role-playing games based on curiosity theory
  Yangchen Jiang, Zhengyu Tan and Lei Liu, China
Human Factors and Wearable Technologies II
Session 70
Monday, July 23
14:00 - 16:00
Human Factors and Wearable Technologies
Caicos 4
  Co-Chairs:  Nicholas Caporusso and Cassandra Bräuer, USA/Germany    
Application of wearable technology for the acquisition of learning motivation in an adaptive e-learning platform
  Mathias Bauer, Moritz Niemann, Jacqueline Schuldt, Cassandra Bräuer and Heidi Krömker, Germany
An immersive environment for experiential training and remote control in hazardous industrial tasks
  Nicholas Caporusso, Vitoantonio Bevilacqua, Luigi Biasi and Giovanni Cinquepalmi, USA/Italy
User discomfort evaluation research on the weight and wearing mode of head-wearable device
  Jun Zhang, Yue Liu, Yanyang Jia and Yisong Huang, China
Preliminary therapeutic knee band development for knee osteoarthritis (KOA) relief in the elderly: A pilot study
  Zidan Gong, Rong Liu, Winnie Yu, Thomas Wong and Yuanqi Guo, China
Virtual Reality
Session 71
Monday, July 23
14:00 - 16:00
Human Factors and Simulation
Caicos 5
  Co-Chairs: Debra Patton and Larissa Cahill, USA/Australia  
  Determining the ecological validity of simulation environments in support of human competency development
  Glenn Hodges, USA
  A test protocol for advancing behavioral modeling and simulation in the army soldier systems engineering architecture
  Joan H. Johnston, Samantha Napier, Clay Burford, Shanell Henry, Bill Ross and Colleen Patton, USA
  What do you say to a virtual human?
  William Swartout, USA
  Exploring cognitive performance of dismounted combatants using augmented night vision systems
  Larissa Cahill, Australia
  A virtual-reality based intervention leads to improved visual search performance: A behavioral study
  Ronnie V. Daniel, K. Raghav Bhat, Akash K. Rao, Vrinda Prajapati, Sushil Chandra, Vishal Pandey and RamSingh Negi, India
  A virtual environment-based spatial navigation module for effective transfer of visuo-spatial memory and cognitive enhancement
  Akash Rao, Raghav Bhat, Vishal Pandey, Greeshma Sharma, Sushil Chandra and Ronnie Daniel, India
  Virtual environment to improve non-technical skills in medical domain
  Jessy Barre, Daphne Michelet and Anais Job, France
Advanced Topics in Human Reliability Analysis
Session 71
Monday, July 23
14:00 - 16:00
Human Error, Reliability, Resilience, and Performance
Caicos 6
  Co-Chairs:  Rajiv Nandan Rai and Roger Lew, India/USA  
  Human reliability analysis technique selection for life support systems maintenance of orbital space stations using fuzzy AHP and ANN
  Rajiv Nandan Rai and Garima Sharma, India
  Applicability of current HRA quantification techniques to human failures related to digital control systems
  Harold Blackman, USA
  Towards enhanced comprehension  of human errors in cybersecurity attacks
  Mohammad Algarni, USA
  Applications of dynamic human reliability analysis (dHRA) for context aware operations
  Roger Lew, Ronald Boring and Thomas Ulrich, USA
  Parts and wholes: scenarios and simulators for human performance studies
  Ronald Boring, Thomas Ulrich and Roger Lew, USA
  Individual differences in domain-independent cue acquisition
  Nadya Yuris, Mark Wiggins and Jaime Auton, Australia
  Use of human error data in the Integrated Human Event Analysis System (IDHEAS) to inform human reliability analysis
  Jing Xing, USA
  Refreshments 16:00 - 16:30       Room: Grand Caribbean Ballroom
SESSION Monday, July 23  •  16:30-18:30
Emotion, Culture and Community I
Session 76
Monday, July 23
Affective and Pleasurable Design
Grand Caribbean 1
  Co-Chairs: Shuichi Fukuda and Anton Nijholt, Japan/The Netherlands  
  Increasing importance of emotion in the connected society
  Shuichi Fukuda, Japan
  Playable cities for children?
  Anton Nijholtm, The Netherlands
  Shanghai Shikumen cultural and creative product design based on design thinking
  Qianqian Wu, Zhang Zhang and Li Xu, China
  Research on the user’s perceptual preference of automobile styling
  Zhengtang Tan, Zhu Yi and Jianghong Zhao, China
  Modeling subjective temperature using physiological index
  Tatsuya Amano, Toshikazu Kato, Toru Nakata and Takashi Sakamoto, Japan
  Trends in the design innovation of lighting industry in China
  Lu Liang, Linfei Li, Ying Peng and Xiao Wang, China
Biometric Devices: Research, Training, and Operations
Session 77
Monday, July 23
Cognitive & Neuroergonomics
Grand Caribbean 2
  Co-Chairs:  Brent Winslow and Robert Furberg, USA  
  Stress measurement in research, training, and operational environments
  Brent Winslow and Zach Huber, USA
  Acquisition and analysis of psychophysiological signals
  Robert Furberg, USA
  A framework for real-world evaluation of wearable sensing devices
  Edgar Lobaton, USA
  Continuous cognitive workload assessment and combined metrics of performance in the multi-attribute task battery
  Calvin Leather, Noa Palmon and Bethany Bracken, USA
  Seeing and feeling: insights from a UI case study
  Nam Nguyen, USA
  Systems approach to heart rate sensors
  Chris Eschbach and Steven Leboeuf, USA
  Lessons learned integrating heart rate data collection for the biofeedback-assisted resilience training (BART) study
  Randall Eckhoff, Paul Kizakevich, Laurel Hourani, Maria Davila and Gregory Lewis, USA
Ergonomics in Design in India
Session 78
Monday, July 23
Ergonomics in Design
Grand Caribbean 3
  Co-Chairs:  Sougata Karmakar and Bibha Chetia Borah, India  
  Attention of viewers while viewing paintings depends on different types of exhibition light: A quantitative approach with eye-tracking method
  Amrita Bhattacharjee and Swati Pal, India
  Ergonomic hazards associated with freshwater aquaculture and possible mitigation measures
  Bibha Chetia Borah, India
  Analysis using linkograph to identify product features for innovation-a human centered usability engineering approach
  Pradeep Yammiyavar and Ravi Lingannavar, India
  Eye tracking based objective evaluation for visual aesthetics: A review
  Bighna Kalyan Nayak and Sougata Karmakar, India
  Muscular fatigue during repetitive manual tasks using surface electromyography (sEMG) - workplace design perspective
  Ashok Pushparaj, Madhan Mohan, S. Sudhersan and N. Nevhetha, India
  Ergonomic design intervention in moving garages in India
  Prabir Mukhopadhyay and Vipul Vinzuda, India
  Ergonomic considerations in designing emergency escape systems (EES) of a naval warship
  Ripon Paul, India
Design and Applied Anthropometry II
Session 79
Monday, July 23
Ergonomics in Design
Grand Caribbean 4
  Co-Chairs: Jangwoon Park, Marcelo Soares and Shuangshuang Zhang, USA/China  
  Bra fitting – a Brazilian mastectomized women experience
  Lucia Regina and Jose Aguiomar Foggiatto, Brazil
  Development of a design protocol for customized swimming goggles using 2D facial image data
  Jangwoon Park, Mehrube Mehrubeoglu, José Baca, Kyle Rylance, Haytham Almoosa, Gregory Salazar, Cordarius Franks
  and Sassan Falahati, USA
  Application of digital infrared thermography for emotional evaluation: A study of the gestural interface applied to 3D modeling software
  Marcelo Soares, Danilo Vitorino and Marcio Marçal, China
  Head size investigation of Chinese adults and analysis of influencing factors
  Linghua Ran, China
  A study on young men’s upper body characteristic indexes in China considering human ergonomics
  Jing Zhao, Gang Wu, Zhang Fan, Haitao Wang, Wenxing Ding, Zhao Chao and Xinyu Cao, China
  The effects of weight on comfort of virtual reality devices
  Yan Yan, Ke Chen, Yu Xie, Yiming Song and Yonghong Liu, China
  Study on human - machine interface design of construction machinery
  Canqun He and Shuangshuang Zhang, China
Human Aspects of Advanced Manufacturing
Session 80
Monday, July 23
The Human Aspects of Advanced Manufacturing
Grand Caribbean 5
  Co-Chairs:  Volker Paelke and Joanna Kalkowska, Germany/Poland  
  Analysis and transfer of human engineering skills for adaptive robotic additive manufacturing in the aerospace repair and overhaul industry
  Richard French, Hector Marin-Reyes and Michalis Benakis, UK
  A test platform for the evaluation of augmented reality head mounted displays in industrial applications
  Volker Paelke, Carsten Röcker and Jendrik Bulk, Germany
  Sociotechnical design of industrial transport vehicle and its interaction with humans in manufacturing systems
  Jana Jost, Thomas Kirks, Michael Fiolka and Stuart Chapman, Germany
  Strategy and structure in public organization
  Joanna Mnich and Zbigniew Wisniewski, Poland
  Evaluation of order picking processes regarding the suitability of smart glasses-based assistance using Rasmussen's skills-rules-knowledge framework
  Nela Murauer and Steffi Gehrlicher, Germany
  Formulation of field data based on models to correlate the performance of manual stirrup manufacturing activity
  Himanshu Shukla, India
  The agile improvement of transport vehicles manufacturing processes
  Joanna Kałkowska, Poland
Safety and Prevention in Construction/Mining Sector II
Session 81
Monday, July 23
Safety Management and Human Factors
Grand Caribbean 8
  Co-Chairs: Mohammad Tanvi Newaz and Juan Carlos Rubio Romero, Australia/Spain  
  Role of psychological contract to influence safety behavior in construction sites
  Mohammad Tanvi Newaz, Peter Davis, Manikam Pillay and Marcus C. Jefferies, Australia
  Measuring resilient safety culture of construction projects
  Minh Tri Trinh and Yingbin Feng, Australia
  Poka-yokes as occupational preventive measures in construction safety: A review
  Antonio López Arquillos, Mª del Carmen  Pardo Ferreira and Juan Carlos Rubio Romero, Spain
  Analyzing the impact of group norms on workers’ safety behaviors in a construction team
  Xiaoli Gong, Qingting Xiang, Gui Ye, Qinjun Liu and Yuhe Wang, China
  Influential factors of unsafe acts of contractors in cape coast metropolis
  Wellington Didibhuku Thwala, Mustupha Zakari and Clinton Aigbavboa, South Africa
Trends in Ergonomic Interventions
Session 82
Monday, July 23
Physical Ergonomics & Human Factors 
Grand Caribbean 9
  Co-Chairs: Hebert Roberto da Silva and Wenjuan Zhang, Brazil/USA  
  Occupational ergonomics: Emerging approaches toward improved worker productivity and injury reduction
  Bankole Fasanya and Musibau Shofoluwe, USA
  Biofeedback for training pelvic floor muscles with EMG signals of synergistic muscles
  Hikaru Hasegawa, Tanaka Takayuki, Tomohiro Wakaiki, Koji Shimatani and Yuichi Kurita, Japan
  Postural control for unexpected perturbation in diabetic neuropathy people
  Byungjoon Kim, USA
  Analysis of muscular fatigue and foot discomfort while wearing different types of men’s formal shoes
  Nirupom Paul, Mohammed Fnu, Sahitya Julapally, Yueqing Li and Brian Craig, USA
  Design of ergonomic toilet bowl using anthropometry and postural analysis
  Rajan Paul Garcia, Noriel Clavo, Jannel Lyn Domondon, Richard Abayhon and Erna Mae Antonio, Philippines
Social and Occupational Ergonomics in Small- and Medium-Sized Enterprises
Session 83
Monday, July 23
Social & Occupational Ergonomics
Grand Caribbean 10
  Co-Chairs:  Stig Ottosson and Adrian Angeles, Norway/Philippines  
  Intuitionistic fuzzy REBA method and its application in a manufacturing company
  Nihal Erginel and Sura Toptanci, Turkey
  Ergonomic risk assessment of gas delivery operations and stretching program design
  Olivia Morejon, Amy Wadeson, Melissa White, Wenjuan Zhang and David Kaber, USA
  Occupational health and safety challenges among small and medium sized enterprise contractors in South Africa
  Nokulunga Mashwama, South Africa
  Ergonomics in reuse and recycling of solid materials: Demand analysis
  Hebert Roberto da Silva, Brazil
Human Factors, Sustainable Urban Planning and Infrastructure I
Session 84
Monday, July 23
Human Factors, Sustainable Urban Planning and Infrastructure
Grand Caribbean 11
  Co-Chairs:  Clinton Aigbavboa and Christianne Falcão, South Africa/Brazil  
  An assessment of lean construction practices in the construction industry
  Olusegun Oguntona and Clinton Aigbavboa, South Africa
  Environmental impacts of construction activities: A case of Lusaka, Zambia
  Chanda Musenga and Clinton Aigbavboa, South Africa
  An investigation of government support influence on low-income housing construction quality in South Africa
  Chiezie Eke, Akidi Grace Ezinne, Clinton Aigbavboa and Wellington Didibhuku Thwala, South Africa
  Measuring labour productivity in labour intensive works on the road construction in Ghana
  Emmanuel Bamfo-Agyei and Clinton Aigbavboa, Ghana
  Benefits of biomimicry adoption and implementation in the construction industry
  Olusegun Oguntona and Clinton Aigbavboa, South Africa
  Reviewing the negative impacts of building construction activities on the environment: the case of Congo
  John Aliu and Clinton Aigbavboa, South Africa
  Causes of delay in various construction projects: A literature review
  John Aliu and Clinton Aigbavboa, South Africa
UX Evaluation and Design Thinking
Session 85
Monday, July 23
Usability and User Experience 
Grand Caribbean 12
  Co-Chairs:  Julian Brinkley and Gabriela Viana, USA/Canada  
  Increasing engagement in participatory design workshops with a crash course in design thinking
  Julian Brinkley and Juan Gilbert, USA
  Empirical study on the documentation phase in the human-centered design process
  Gabriela Viana, Dory Azar and Kristin Morin, Canada
  Disrespectful technologies. Social norm conflicts in digital worlds
  Sarah Diefenbach and Daniel Ullrich, Germany
  Idealization effects in UX evaluation at early concept stages: Challenges of low-fidelity prototyping
  Lara Christoforakos and Sarah Diefenbach, Germany
  The effects of icon characteristics on search time
  Kara Smythwood and Mirsad Hadzikadic, USA
  The limited rationale in decision making, impacts on the evaluation of artifacts in the design process
  Walquir Fernandes, Walter Franklin Marques Correia and Fabio Campos, Brazil
Usability and User Experience IV
Session 86
Monday, July 23
Usability and User Experience
Turks 1
  Co-Chairs:  Pu Hong and Xin Zhang, China    
  Preferred height and angle of touch screen
  Yahui Bai, Yinxia Li, Huimin Hu, Na Lin and Haimei Wu, China
  Design of proton therapy procedure based on service design theory
  Wanru Wang and Xinxiong Liu, China
  Appropriate operating force of knob in certain conditions
  Huimin Hu, Pu Hong, Aiping Yang, Hong Luo, Yahui Bai and Yinxia Li, China
  Study on the handle test sample of furniture for ergonomics experiment
  Zhiyu Xu, Na Yu, Huimin Hu, Yahui Bai and Pu Hong, China
  Research on the standard of refrigerator noise quality evaluation
  Xin Zhang, Linghua Ran and Huimin Hu, China
  Getting the complete picture: Using surveys as a complementary method for assessing usability
  Courtney Titus, Mary Gordon, Krisanne Graves and Curt Braun, USA
  Research on usability evaluation method of smart phone based on eye movement and interactive data
  Yu Zhang, China
Human Factors in Nuclear Industry
Session 87
Monday, July 23
Human Factors in Energy: Oil, Gas, Nuclear and Electric Power Industries
Turks 2
  Co-Chairs:  Ronald Boring and Casey Kovesdi, USA  
  Quantifying the contribution of individual display features on fixation duration to support human-system interface design in nuclear power plants
  Casey Kovesdi, Katya Le Blanc, Zachary Spielman, Rachael Hill and Johanna Oxstrand, USA
  A guide for selecting appropriate human factors methods and measures in control room modernization efforts in nuclear power plants
  Casey Kovesdi, Jeffrey Joe and Ronald Boring, USA
  An investigation into the feasibility of monitoring a worker's psychological distress
Young A. Suh, Jung Hwan Kim and Man-Sung Yim, South Korea
  The graded evaluation approach in control room modernization
  Ronald Boring, Nathan Lau, Thomas Ulrich and Roger Lew, USA
  Autonomous algorithm for start-up operation of nuclear power plants by using LSTM
  Deail Lee and Jonghyun Kim, South Korea
  Accident diagnosis and autonomous control of safety functions during the startup operation of nuclear power plants using LSTM
  Jaemin Yang, Jonghyun Kim and Daeil Lee, South Korea
  Research on method for verification and validation and evaluation system of designing control room in nuclear power plant
  Yan Feng, China
Panel:  Machine Learning and the Impact to Humans Along the Way
Session 88
Monday, July 23
Human Factors and Systems Interaction
Turks 3
  Co-Chairs:  Nina Berry, William Prugh, Kelly-Marie Carter and Leo Garciga, USA  
  Quality AI applications with a human in the loop
  Michael Gurlitz, USA
  The role of training and education during introduction of artificial intelligence and machine learning capabilities
  Benjamin Riley, United States
  Machine learning and the impact on humans along the way
  William Prugh, Nina Berry and John Masterson, USA
  Automating the secure development operations process
  Leonel Garciga and Nina Berry, USA
  Understanding the progress and limits of current AI and machine learning approaches for face recognition
  Marios Savvides, Chandrasekhar Bhagavatula, Kha Gia Quach, Khoa Luu, Chi Nhan Duong, Ngan Le, Dipan Pal, Ran Tao,
  Raied Aljadaany, Yutong Zheng, Felix Juefei-Xu, Chenchen Zhu, Uzair Ahmed and Hai Phan, USA
  Human and automated systems challenges from three perspectives
  Nadya Bliss, Wes Herche and Nancy Cooke, USA
Emotional Intelligence in Human-Centered Design
Session 89
Monday, July 23
Interdisciplinary Practice in Industrial Design
Turks 4
  Co-Chairs:  Young Ae Kim and Cory Knedler, USA  
  Controversy in art and design
  Cory Knedler, USA
  The evolution of facial emotion recognition technology and its effectiveness in human interaction
  Qiuwen Li and Young Ae Kim, USA
  Relationship between creative mindsets and emotional intelligence in design education
  Joungyun Choi, USA
  Emotional evidence: Influences on happiness from the frequent positive visual exposure
  Young Ae Kim, USA
  Design and business: Growing up as a separate couple
  Isabel Duarte de Almeida, Maria João Delgado, JM Vilas-Boas da Silva, Gianni Montagna and João Pardal Monteiro, Portugal
Session 90
Monday, July 23
Kansei Engineering
Turks 5
2D/3D Digital Modeling for Crafting
Session 91
Monday, July 23
Additive Manufacturing, Modeling Systems and 3D Prototyping
Turks 6
  Co-Chairs:  Eric Moyer and Frode Eika Sandnes, USA/Norway    
  Modelling 3D objects using 2D sketches through radial renderings of curvature maps
  Frode Eika Sandnes and  Evelyn Eika, Norway
  Assessing human performance for model-based engineering
  Eric Moyer, USA
Towards a digital healthcare revolution: Views and researches of the Milanese Fablab community
  Barbara Di Prete and Davide Crippa, Italy
Image Processing of artworks for construction of 3D models accessible to the visually impaired
  Jordan Boaz Rodrigues, Alinne Ferreira, Ivana Maia, Geraldo Braz, Jr., João Dallyson Sousa de Almeida and
  Anselmo Paiva, Brazil
  Digi-craft: A form finding process beyond the accuracy of 3D printing
  Chor-Kheng Lim, Taiwan
  Direct control of 3D models through user input to simulate the behavior of mechatronic systems
  Oleg Anokhin and Reiner Anderl, Germany
  3D design process: Case study of megaproject analysis and 3D printing concept proposal in the field of fashion
  Massimo Di Nicolantonio, Antonio Marano, Andrea Vallicelli and Giulia Angeloni, Italy
Cultural and Social Factors in Cybersecurity
Session 92
Monday, July 23
Human Factors in Cybersecurity
Caicos 1
  Co-Chairs:  Bruce Caulkins and Isabella Corradini, USA/Italy    
  Cybersecurity skills to address today's threats
  Bruce Caulkins, USA
  Building organizational risk culture in cyber security: The role of human factors
  Isabella Corradini and Enrico Nardelli, Italy
  Study of social networks as research entities under the threat of identity and information vulnerability
  Mariuxi Flores-Urgiles, Luis Serpa-Andrade, Cristhian Flores-Urgiles, José Caiza-Caizabuano, Martín Ortiz-Amoroso,
  Henry Narvaez-Calle, Marlon Santander-Paz and Saul Guamán-Guamán, Ecuador
  Designing an effective course to improve cybersecurity awareness for engineering faculties
  Ghaidaa Shaabany, Germany
  Recommendation across many learning systems to optimize teaching and training
  Jeremiah Folsom-Kovarik, USA
  Ransomware-its inception to prevention
  Sonali Chandel, Bian Yao and Xiansheng Zhu, China
  The effects of trust assurance in initial consumer trust
  Ezekiel Bernardo and Jazmin Tangsoc, Philippines
Education in Medicine and Rehabilitation
Session 93
Monday, July 23
Human Factors in Training, Education, and Learning Sciences
Caicos 2
  Co-Chairs:  Joanna Bartnicka and Salman Nazir, Poland/Norway    
  OVOMAX online course as a way to improve competencies and qualifications for designing and manufacturing of custom-made orthopaedic implants
  Jaroslaw Tokarczyk, Marek Dudek, Olga Jorda, Elkin Martinez, Andres Penuelas and Victor-Javier Primo-Capella, Poland
  Specialized training in 3D printing and practical use of acquired knowledge – 3DSPEC online course
  Dariusz Michalak, Magdalena Rozmus, Juan Gomez, Miran Papež, Viljem Osojnik, Diana R. Bueno, Grzegorz Świerczek
  and Ewelina Limanowska, Poland
  Educational needs in neurological rehabilitation – “Brain4Train” survey outcomes from European countries
  Joanna Bartnicka, Cristina Herrera, Raquel Portilla, Agnieszka Zietkiewicz, Katarzyna Mleczko, Esteban Pavan,
  Enrique Varela Donoso and David Garrido, Poland
  The role of virtual reality and biomechanical technologies in stroke rehabilitation
  Joanna Bartnicka, Cristina Herrera, Robert Michnik, Esteban Pavan, Paolo Vercesi, Enrique Varela-Donoso and David Garrido,
  Investigating the learning experiences of students for investing into learning quality in higher education, service design based project in Hungary
  Tibor Barath, Hungary
Design for Inclusive Digitech
Session 94
Monday, July 23
Design for Inclusion
Caicos 3
Co-Chairs:  Matteo Zallio and Anna Williams, Ireland/USA  
Design for enabling technologies. A framework to empower multi-level user engagement
  Paula Kelly, Matteo Zallio, Bruna Duarte and Damon Berry, Ireland
User perceptions of haptic fidgets on mobile devices for attention and task performance
  Anna Williams, Brianna Posadas, Diandra Prioleau, Isabel Laurenceau and Juan Gilbert, USA
Structural optimization of the SPELTRA robotic assistant by numerical simulation based on finite elements
  Graciela Serpa-Andrade, Vladimir Robles-Bykbaev and Luis Serpa-Andrade, Ecuador
Human Factors in Organizations
Session 95
Monday, July 23
Human Factors in Management and Leadership
Caicos 4
Co-Chairs:  Salman Nazir and Vasilica Maria Margalina, Norway/Mexico  
An exploratory study of mentoring effects on graduate retention strategies in the construction industry: A literature review
  William Nkomo, Wellington Didibhuku Thwala and Clinton Aigbavboa, South Africa
Work team, lean manufacturing production and information systems transform an enterprise
  Velia Herminia Castillo Pérez, Liliana Carrasco-Armendariz, Mario Corral-Chacón and Ramon Elizondo-Ríos, Mexico
Relational coordination in the footwear manufacturing value chain of the province of Tungurahua, Ecuador
  Vasilica Maria Margalina, Marcela Karina Benitez Gaibor, Juan Pablo Martínez Mesias and Estefanía de las Mercedes Zurita Meza, Ecuador
Design activates six values for cities: A report of the “design for county” programme
  Wei Ding and Xinyu Yang, China
Conceptual approach to integrated human-centered performance management on the shop floor
  Thomas Hellebrandt, Ina Heine, Robert Schmitt and Maximilian Ruessmann, Germany
Command of vessels in the era of digitalization
  Momoko Kitada, Jens-Uwe Schröder-Hinrichs, Raphael Baumler, Michael Baldauf, Dimitrios Dalaklis, Adrienne Mannov,
  Xiaoning Shi, Tiago Fonseca, Khanssa Lagdami and Peter Aske Svendsen, Sweden
Old and wise? Linking age, intrapreneurship, social capital and production
  Galit Klein and Batia Ben-Hador, Israel
Human Factors and Simulated Agents and Vehicles
Session 96
Monday, July 23
Human Factors and Simulation/ Human Factors in Robots and Unmanned Systems
Caicos 5
Co-Chairs: Julia Wright and Lauren Reinerman-Jones, USA  
The use of immersive virtual reality for the test and evaluation of interactions with simulated agents
  Gabrielle Vasquez, Rhyse Bendell, Andrew Talone, Blake Nguyen and Florian Jentsch, USA
Merging live and virtual multimodal interfaces for human-robot teaming
  Daniel Barber, USA
Classification algorithms in adaptive systems for neuro-ergonomic applications
  Grace Teo and Lauren Reinerman-Jones, USA
Effects of dynamic automation on situation awareness and workload in UAV control decision tasks
  Wenjuan Zhang, James Shirley, Yulin Deng, Na Young Kim and David Kaber, USA
An exploration of human-agent communication when using simulated agents
  Shan Lakhmani, Michael Schwartz, Julia Wright and Jessie Chen, USA
Mixed reality-based platform for smart cockpit design and user study for autonomous vehicles
  Shiyu Wu, Xiaohua Sun, Shengchen Zhang and Hanlin Wang, China
Applications for augmented and virtual reality for human-robot interaction
  Elizabeth  Phillips, USA
New Tools for Human Error Research
Session 97
Monday, July 23
Human Error, Reliability, Resilience, and Performance
Caicos 6
Co-Chairs: Antoni Kopyt and Reicelis Casares, Poland/Canada  
A modified FMEA model with repair effectiveness index (REI) using fuzzy AHP for life support systems of space stations
  Garima Sharma and Rajiv Nandan Rai, India
A methodology for improved helicopter performance measurement  - an objective assessment tool (GOAT) system flight
  Antoni Kopyt, Przemysław Bibik and Grzegorz Świętoń, Poland 
Knowledge patterns to support ergonomic treatment of human error: Technology TErEH
  Reicelis Casares, Aida G. Rodríguez Hernández and Silvio J. Viña Brito, Canada
BlApp alerts:  Interactive communication feedback
  Fran Apprich, UAE
Ergonomic methods for identifying sources and effects of bus driver distraction
  Salim Keffane, Algeria
Eureka: Data quality improvement for human-in-the-loop-research through hypotheses conformity substitution
  Philip Walter Cuthbert, María Lutécia da Riva Gonzalez and Conrad Samuel Frey, Canada
Public Transport III
Session 98
Monday, July 23
Human Factors in Transportation - Road & Rail
St. Croix 1
Co-Chairs: Yiqi Xiao and Toshihisa Sato, China/Japan  
Influence of driver’s drowsiness on driving behaviors in transition from automated system to manual driving
  Toshihisa Sato, Japan
The handlebar as an input field: Evaluating finger gestures designed for bicycle riders
  Yiqi Xiao and Renke He, China
Investigating the effectiveness of a traffic enforcement camera system on the road safety in Saudi Arabia
  Hammad Alshammari and Chen Ling, Saudi Arabia
What is your opinion on public transport? Perception of public transport as a predictor of mode choice
  Vit Gabrhel, Petr Zamecnik, Veronika Kureckova and Darina Havlickova, Czech Republic
Prediction of seat belt use among Jordanian drivers: A data mining approach
  Madhar Taamneh and Salah Taamneh, Jordan

 Monday, July 23
Detailed Technical Program
  Tuesday, July 24
Detailed Technical Program
  Wednesday, July 25
Detailed Technical Program

APD  Affective and Pleasurable Design
CN Cognitive & Neuroergonomics 
CCIoT Cognitive Computing and Internet of Things (IoT)
CCDM Cross-Cultural Decision Making
DI Design for Inclusion
DHMAO Digital Human Modeling and Applied Optimization
ED Ergonomics in Design
HERRP Human Error, Reliability, Resilience, and Performance 
HFGD Human Factors in Game Design and Virtual Environments
HFSIM Human Factors and Simulation
SYSI Human Factors and Systems Interaction
HFWT Human Factors and Wearable Technologies
HFCD Human Factors in Communication of Design
CYBER Human Factors in Cybersecurity
ENERGY Human Factors in Energy: Oil, Gas, Nuclear and Electric Power Industries
HFML Human Factors in Management and Leadership
HFRUS Human Factors in Robots and Unmanned Systems
SIPOR Human Factors in Sports, Injury Prevention and Outdoor Recreation 
TELS Human Factors in Training, Education, and Learning Sciences
HFBMS Human Factors, Business Management and Society 
HFSSE Human Factors, Software, and Systems Engineering
SUPI Human Factors, Sustainable Urban Planning and Infrastructure 
HSSE Human Side of Service Engineering
MFG  The Human Aspects of Advanced Manufacturing
PEHF Physical Ergonomics & Human Factors
SMHF Safety Management and Human Factors
SOE Social & Occupational Ergonomics
AVI Human Factors in Transportation - Aviation
MAR Human Factors in Transportation - Maritime
RR Human Factors in Transportation - Road & Rail
SPACE Human Factors in Transportation - Space
UUE Usability and User Experience
HFAT Human Factors and Assistive Technology
APMPC Advanced Production Management and Process Control
EHMD Human Factors and Ergonomics in Healthcare and Medical Devices
AGE Human Factors in Aging and Gerontology 
AMMSP Additive Manufacturing, Modeling Systems and 3D Prototyping 
KE Kansei Engineering
IPID Interdisciplinary Practice in Industrial Design
AISC Human Factors in Artificial Intelligence and Social Computing
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