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: 1 March, 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 Tuesday, July 24   •   8:00 - 10:00
Trends in Cognition and Performance II
Session 101
Tuesday, July 24
8:00 - 10:00
Cognitive & Neuroergonomics
Grand Caribbean 1
  Co-Chairs:  Frederic Dehais and Hiroshi Hagiwara, France/Japan  
  Research and analysis on the influence factors of visual reaction time
  Minxia Liu, China
  Changes in physiological condition  in open versus closed eyes
  Kazuya Onishi and Hiroshi Hagiwara, Japan
  The effect of mental fatigue on response processes: An ERP study in Go/NoGo task
  Xiaoli Fan, Chaoyi Zhao, Hong Luo and Wei Zhang, China
  Experimental research on the relationship between user cognition and ERP technique for digital interface visual element
  Yafeng Niu, Yi Xie, Chengqi Xue, Haiyan Wang, Xian Li, Lei Zhou, Wenyu Wu and Tao Jin, China
  Measurement of feedback in cognitive science: Expert test systems
  Natalia Yanova, Russia
  Study on the brain mechanism of icon metaphor in cognitive process
  Wenqing Xi and Lei Zhou, China
DHM Applications and Shape Modeling
Session 102
Tuesday, July 24
8:00 - 10:00
Digital Human Modeling and Applied Optimization
Grand Caribbean 2
  Co-Chairs:  Thomas Alexander and Lars Hanson, Germany/Sweden  
  Articulating statistical shape model of human hand
  Jeroen Van Houtte, Véronique Bertrand, Kristina Stankovic, Femke Danckaers, Brian Booth,
  Frederik Verstreken, Jan Sijbers and Toon Huysmans, Belgium
  Ergonomics simulation and evaluation application for the wheelhouse on large ships
  Yumei Zhang, China
  Implementation of the simulation tool Workdesigner in two enterprises of industrial manufacturing - findings and software adjustments
  Nico Feller, Germany
  Assembly verification of a pedal car with the digital human modelling tool IPS IMMA
  Lars Hanson, Sweden
  Using digital human modeling to evaluate large scale retailers’ furniture: Two case studies
  Carlo Emilio Standoli, Stefano Elio Lenzi, Nicola Francesco Lopomo, Paolo Perego and Giuseppe Andreoni, Italy
  Design of new setup for the dynamic analysis of the recoil-shoulder interaction
  Elie Truyen, Belgium
Inclusive Design
Session 103
Tuesday, July 24
8:00 - 10:00
Ergonomics in Design
Grand Caribbean 3
  Co-Chairs:  Anne-Marie Hebert and Maria Lilian Barbosa, Brazil  
  Research challenge for ergonomics and design applied in the assistive technology
  Maria Lucia Okimoto, Maria Lilian Barbosa, Bruna Brogin, Raffaela Tanure, Sandra Marchi, Marcio Catapan and
  Gisele Yumi Arabori Ribeiro, Brazil
  Maglev technology review for improving urban mobility
  Wilian Amaral, Guilherme Brandão and Jose Castañon, Brazil
  Bringing the in vitro in vivo: A validated method in clinical settings for assessing the usability
of an intelligent power wheelchair in a living lab
  Anne-Marie Hebert, Philippe Archambault and Dahlia Kairy, Canada
  An integrated process for disability-oriented leisure rehabilitation product design
  Ming-Chyuan Lin, Shuo-Fang Liu, Yun-Yun Wu and Ming Hong Wang, Taiwan
  Terrestrial autonomous vehicles: exploratory study and perspectives of the interaction of blind people in the urban environment
  Fernanda Silva and Maria Lucia Okimoto, Brazil
  Accessible packaging: A study for inclusive models for visually impaired people
  Maria Lilian Araújo Barbosa, Maria Lucia Okimoto, Isabel Soares and Gisele Yumi Arabori Ribeiro, Brazil
  Proposal for model of assistance technology orthosis with parametric modeling
  Márcio Catapan, Gustavo Rohrbacher, Flávio Queiroz, Maria Lucia Okimoto and Fabio Evangelista Santana, Brazil
Benefits of Exercise
Session 104
Tuesday, July 24
8:00 - 10:00
Human Factors and Ergonomics in Healthcare and Medical Devices
Grand Caribbean 4
  Co-Chairs:  Tamaki Mitsuno and James Yang, Japan/USA  
  Active-passive therapy rehabilitation robotic system
  Eliseo de Jesus Cortes Torres and Anibal Alexandre Campos Bonilla, Brazil
  Most effective enforcement exercise time for burning body fat with aerobic exercise in Japanese young women
  Tamaki Mitsuno, Japan
  Body-weight supported treadmill walking training improves functional walking of stroke survivors in any post-stroke stage:
A systematic review
  Erik Chumacero, James Yang, C. Roger James, and Ming Wu, USA
  Towards playful monitoring of executive functions: deficits in inhibition control as indicator of cognitive impairment in first stages of Alzheimer
  Lucas Paletta, Martin Pszeida and Mariella Panagl, Austria
Human Factors on Security and Crises Management
Session 105
Tuesday, July 24
8:00 - 10:00
Human Factors and Systems Interaction
Grand Caribbean 5
  Co-Chairs: Mário Simões-Marques and James Bliss, Portugal/USA  
  How can AI help reduce the burden of emergency management decision making?
  Mario Marque, Anacleto Correia, Isabel L. Nunes, Portugal
  Process mining in the context of emergency management
  Anacleto Correia, Isabel L. Nunes and Mario Marques, Portugal
  The impact of information delay and delegate reliability on decisions made during an information, surveillance, and reconnaissance simulation task
  James P. Bliss, John C. Brill, Sarah Christine Leibner and Samantha Uribe, USA
  Design and realization of shooting training system for police force
  Bo Shi, China
A study on modeling and simulation approaches for emergency management
  Mario Marques, Isabel L. Nunes, Victor Lobo and Anacleto Correia, Portugal
  Investigation of close calls reported to the international association of fire chiefs near miss reporting program
  James Bliss and Lauren Tiller, USA
  Spontaneous ad-hoc network participation speeds crisis response and recovery
  Kelly Carter, USA
Advances in Smart Services in Manufacturing Companies
Session 106
Tuesday, July 24
8:00 - 10:00
Human Side of Service Engineering
Grand Caribbean 8
  Co-Chairs:  Walter Ganz and Wenjuan Zhang, Germany  
  An approach for a quality-based test of industrial smart service concepts
  Jens Neuhüttler, Dieter Spath, Walter Ganz, Inka Woyke and Sibylle Hermann, Germany
  Smart services requirements and preferences – a comparison between German and Chinese manufacturing firms
  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
  Home health care services for patients of chronic diseases and the role of diverse stakeholders: the case of home hemodialysis
  Ilyas Khan, Liliane Pintelon and Harry Martin, Belgium
Organizational Safety and Risk Management
Session 107
Tuesday, July 24
8:00 - 10:00
Safety Management and Human Factors 
Grand Caribbean 9
  Co-Chairs: Manikam Pillay and Wonder Nyoni, Australia  
  Organizational factors and their influence on residual risk management in the mining industry: A systematic literature review
  Wonder Nyoni, Manikam Pillay, Marcus. C Jefferies and Mark Rubin, Australia
Repeat accidents and their causes in Zimbabwe’s mining industry: A human factors’ perspective
  Wonder Nyoni, Joao Pombo and Manikam Pillay, Australia
  High reliability organisation principles of collective mindfulness: An opportunity to improve construction safety management
  Andrew Enya, Shane Dempsey and Manikam Pillay, Australia
  Approach of a risk weighting method of ergonomic tools based on the combination of the concepts of FMEA, risk matrix and company specifications
  Omar Ferreira da Silva, Brazil
  Organizational management, human resources and mobbing. Findings in Colombia
  Olga Helena Piñeros Mora and Carlos Armando Marin Valencia, Colombia
New Technologies in Safety Management
Session 108
Tuesday, July 24
8:00 - 10:00
Safety Management and Human Factors
Grand Caribbean 10
  Co-Chairs:   Walter Eichendorf and Gyula Szabo, Germany/Hungary   
  New technologies and occupational health and safety
  Walter Eichendorf, Germany
  Control of collective security equipment by RFID in the construction site
  Victor Oliveira and Sheyla  Serra, Brazil
  Safety management and resilience engineering in shipping using machine learning
  Bjørn-Morten Batalden, Norway
  Comparative study of the application of risk assessment methodologies and risk matrix in collaborative robots
  Alberto Fonseca and Claudia Pires, Portugal
  Gadgets for safety: From risk approach to on-line personalized interventions
  Gyula Szabo, Hungary
  Development of enterprise accident early warning system based on IOT
  Wei Liu, Xuebo Chen and Qiubai Sun, China
  The critical incident technique-AHP method for identification of communication skill factors in metro dispatching system
  Yihang Du, China
Design for People
Session 109
Tuesday, July 24
8:00 - 10:00
Physical Ergonomics & Human Factors
Grand Caribbean 11
  Co-Chairs:  Luximon Yan and Yueqing Li, Hong Kong/USA  
  Rethinking ergonomics design
  Yan Luximon, Ameersing Luximon and Fang Fu, Hong Kong
  Comparison and ergonomic analysis of different types of moving straps
  Jaswanth Makarla and Yueqing Li, USA
  Gauging the student learning experience of a mobile application using iBeacon technology
  Kimberly Anne Sheen, Man Sing Wong, Roy Kam, Jasman Pang and Guanjing Xiong, Hong Kong
  Mathematical modeling and numerical simulation for comparative analysis of the ergonomic design of a pencil for the presumptive grafological support
  Luis Gonzalez-Delgado, Isaac Ojeda-Zamalloa, Luis Serpa-Andrade and Julio Verdugo-Cabrera, Ecuador
Essentiality of safety sign design for children: A case study of safety issues in Hong Kong
  Yi Lin Wong, Mei Seung Lam and Kin Wai Michael Siu, Hong Kong
  Ergonomic performance evaluation of date stripping process
  Hemanatha Jayasuriya and Alaa Al Hinai, Oman
  Usability study and redesign for the food tray
  Kimberly Sheen, Yan Luximon, K.H. Fung, S.H. Chak, W.S. Chan and W.Y. Chiu, Hong Kong
Driver Skill
Session 110
Tuesday, July 24
8:00 - 10:00
Human Factors in Transportation - Road & Rail
Grand Caribbean 12
  Co-Chairs:  Katie Plant and Ian Glendon, UK/Australia  
  Young driver rule compliance: Predictors of and comparisons between speeding, phone use while driving and graduated driver licensing violations
  Verity Truelove, James Freeman and Jeremy Davey, Australia
  How do newly qualified motorists become safer over their first months of driving? A mixed methods approach
  Damian Poulter, Richard Rowe, Andrew Thompson, Chris Stride and Marianne Day, UK
  Feature classification of skilled and unskilled persons in car driving operation
  Takuro Sugita, Reiko Mitsuya, Hiroki Dobashi, Kohei Sugawara, Takashi Kawai, Akiko Sugiyama and Takeshi Torii, Japan
  Explaining senior drivers' road near misses using both self-reported and automatic collected data
  Patricia Delhomme, Anabela Simoes, Blazej Palat and Guillaume Saint Pierre, France
  Driver distraction: Confusing "cause" with "effect"
  John Meyer and David Curry, USA
  Quantifying driver eye glance behavior and levels of distracted driving in the SHRP2 nest driving database
  Peter Bakhit, Osama Osman and Sherif Ishak, USA
Interfaces and Interaction I
Session 111
Tuesday, July 24
8:00 - 10:00
Human Factors in Transportation - Road & Rail
Turks 1
  Co-Chairs:  Patrick Langdon and Mike Lenné, UK/Australia  
  Development of full-windshield head-up display simulator for ergonomics design
  Yanjun Zhang, Zhufeng Li, Youchao Sun, Qun Liu and Wei Tan, China
  Exploring large stereoscopic 3D dashboards for future automotive user interfaces
  Florian Weidner and Wolfgang Broll, Germany
  Probabilistic modelling of demand of pointing tasks while driving
  Bashar Ahmad, Patrick Langdon, Lee Skrypchuk and Simon Godsill, UK
  A review of the physical, psychological and psychophysiological effects of motorsport on drivers and their influences on cockpit interface design
  James Brown, Neville Stanton and Kirsten Revell, UK
  Camera monitor systems as replacement of side mirror in rearward monitoring
  Toshihisa Doi, Atsuo Murata, Makoto Moriwaka and Takumi Osagami, Japan
  Human factors related risks with the operation of trunked radio systems for safety critical communication
  Keba Tlhoaele, South Africa
The Present and Future of Macroergonomic Systems II
Session 112
Tuesday, July 24
8:00 - 10:00
Social & Occupational Ergonomics
Turks 2
  Co-Chairs:  Leszek Pacholski and Grzegorz Dahlke, Poland  
  Work posture analysis in the ergonomic assessment of products - a case study
  Grzegorz Dahlke, Grzegorz Dahlke and Milena Drzewiecka-Dahlke, Poland
  Virtual simulation for the optimization of the ergonomic properties of the firefighting vehicle
  Tadeusz Nowicki, Andrzej Walczak and Jaroslaw Koszela, Poland
  Improvement  method  of  subcontract  phase  of  production  process  in  it  production  management  system  –  case  study
  Maciej Siemieniak and Katarzyna Siemieniak, Poland
  Clothing distribution optimization for the rental company warehouse
  Robert Waszkowski, Tadeusz Nowicki and Anna Saniuk, Poland
  Psychosocial toxicity in Colombian service companies
  Olga Helena Piñeros Mora and Carlos Armando Marin Valencia, Colombia
  Impact of office design on satisfaction of government employees in Laguna Provincial Capitol, Philippines
  Marc Edelbert Villanueva, Maria Liezel Caroche, Angelo Ani and Micah Ramirez, Philippines
Usability Evaluation
Session 113
Tuesday, July 24
8:00 - 10:00
Usability and User Experience
Turks 3
  Co-Chairs:  Samar Swaid and Dosun Shin, USA  
  Usability heuristics for M-Commerce apps
  Samar Swaid, USA
  Usability and design guideline for designing single handle faucet’s and handle shape
  Riku Takagi, Noriko Hashida and Hiroyuki Takeuchi, Japan
  A comparative study of product usability and ergonomic assessment of server lifts
  Dosun Shin and Prasad Boradkar, USA
  A new approach for the discussion phase of the heuristic evaluation process
  Freddy Paz, Freddy Asrael Paz, Braulio Murillo and José Antonio Pow-Sang, Peru
In search of the user’s language: Natural language processing, computational ethnography, and error-tolerant interface design
  T. Arnold and Helen Fuller, USA
  Measuring undergraduate science students satisfaction for the services provided by chemistry laboratories in Thailand
  Chanyapat Sangsuwon, Thailand
  User density estimation system using inaudible signal in a specific closed space
  Myoungbeom Chung, South Korea
Usability and User Experience V
Session 114
Tuesday, July 24
8:00 - 10:00
Usability and User Experience
Turks 4
   Co-Chairs:  Theresa Matthews and Jaruwan Chutrtong, USA/Thailand  
  User evaluation of MyStudentScope a web portal for parental management of their children’s educational information
  Theresa Matthews, Ying Zheng, Jinjuan Feng and Zhijang Chen, USA
  Composition of neurospora crassa mycelium color
  Jaruwan Chutrtong, Thailand
  Harnessing music to enhance speech recognition
  Vered Aharonson, Shani Mualem and Eran Aharonson, South Africa
  A review of user experience evaluation techniques
   Mohsin Ali, Pakistan
  A decade of evolution in smartphone era: A literature review on Chinese Pinyin input method
  Guanlong Li, USA
Session 115
Tuesday, July 24
8:00 - 10:00
Interdisciplinary Practice in Industrial Design
Turks 5
Novel Research and Applications for 3D Printing I
Session 116
Tuesday, July 24
8:00 - 10:00
Additive Manufacturing, Modeling Systems and 3D Prototyping
Turks 6
Co-Chairs:  Emilio Rossi and Rich Martukanitz, Italy/USA  
Applying the programmable modeling tool to support the hospital infection control staff in customizing face-piece respirator for health care workers
  Jianyou Li and Hiroya Tanaka, Japan
Hybrid manufacturing control system for functionally graded materials
  Frederick Lia, Sanjay Joshi, Rich Martukanitz and Peter Coutts, USA
Novel way to design the 3D printing path and its applications
  Soko Koda and Hiroya Tanaka, Japan
Research on material strength test method for 3D printed prosthetic leg
  Yutaka Tokushima, Japan
  Reverse engineering and digital archives as a resource for practical craft-based manufacturing process
  Elisabetta Cianfanelli, Gabriele Goretti and Margherita tufarelli, Italy
Use of digital modeling and 3D printing for the inclusive valorisation of cultural heritage
  Emilio Rossi and Paola Barcarolo, Italy
Cybersecurity Tools and Analytics I
Session 117
Tuesday, July 24
8:00 - 10:00
Human Factors in Cybersecurity
Caicos 1
  Co-Chairs:  Christopher Horn and Phillip Morgan, USA  
  Biometric electronic signature security
  Phillip Griffin, USA
  Standardizing information security definitions supporting organizationally-relevant policy content and compliance requirements
  Theresa Curran, USA
  Measuring Application Security: A survey of current practice
  Christopher Horn and Anita D'Amico, USA
  Cyber security awareness among college students
  Abbas Moallem, USA
  Exploring older adult susceptibility to fraudulent computer pop-up interruptions
  Phillip Morgan, Emma Williams, Nancy Zook and Gary Christopher, UK
  Building trusted execution environment for Linux
  Pranavi Jalapati and Satya Naraparaju, India
  Engaging non-cyber professionals in cyber security:  Cyber awareness training for operations personnel
 Denise Nicholson, R. Wray, Lauren Massey and Kelly Neville, USA
Technology-Based Training
Session 118
Tuesday, July 24
8:00 - 10:00
Human Factors in Training, Education, and Learning Sciences
Caicos 2
  Co-Chairs: Francesca Ruscito and Anna-Maria Teperi, Canada/Finland  
  Achievement of sanitary learning by problem-based learning (PBL)
  Jaruwan Chutrtong, Thailand
  Reducing pilot training failures in the Canadian armed forces: The application of competencies
  Francesca Ruscito, Canada
  Educate to design: training the technological approach
  Lorenzo Savio, Italy
  Application design for the promotion of grotto art culture: Longmen grottoes as an example
  Zhang Sijia, Lei Tian, Nan Ni and Chen Ken, China
  Adaptive e-Learning for supporting motivation in the context of engineering science
  Mathias Bauer, Jacqueline Schuldt, Cassandra Bräuer and Heidi Krömker, Germany
  Language training in the Philippines: Measuring and exploring learner experiences
  Chihiro Tajima, Japan
Agile for newbies: A scrum workshop design and implementation process
  Julio Guzman, Gustavo Lopez and Brenda Aymerich, Costa Rica
Human Factors and Wearable Technologies III
Session 119
Tuesday, July 24
8:00 - 10:00
Human Factors and Wearable Technologies
Caicos 3
  Co-Chairs:  Mathias Bauer and Nicholas Caporusso, Germany/USA  
  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
  Discriminating intentionality of gestural interaction in wearable controllers
  Nicholas Caporusso, USA
  Driver drowsiness detection using a smartwatch
  Neiwen Ling, Qian Wang and Yan Yang, China
  User discomfort evaluation research on the weight and wearing mode of head-wearable device
  Jun Zhang, Yue Liu, Yanyang Jia and Yisong Huang, China
Game Design User Experience
Session 120
Tuesday, July 24
8:00 - 10:00
Human Factors in Game Design and Virtual Environments
Caicos 4
  Co-Chairs:  Akash Kukadia and  Victor Moreira, USA/Brazil  
  Game design methodology considering user experience in comprehensive contexts
  Tamotsu Murakami and Eisuke Hironaka, Japan
  Evaluation of different combinations of gaming mouse and mousepads
  Akash Kukadia, Karthik Jayamandi, Arunkumar Jagadeesan, Yueqing Li and Brian Craig, USA
  The relation between attention and player profiles: A study on eye tracking and the BrainHex profile
  Victor Moreira and Maria Lucia Okimoto, Brazil
  Enhancing usability and user experience of children learning by playing games
  Fatima Masood, Mahnoor Dar, Imran Kabir, Muhammad Hassan Shafiq, Muhammad Ahmed, Zaheer Mehmood Dar
  and Hamna Zakriya, Pakistan
User engagement through multimodal feedback and involvement in game design with a wearable interface
  Carlos Arce-Lopera, Arturo Gomez and Jaime Giraldo, Colombia
How popular game engine is helping improving academic research: The DesignLab case
  André Salomão, Milton Luiz Horn Vieira and Flavio Andalo, Brazil
How to create suitable augmented-reality application to teach social skills for children with ASD
  I-Jui Lee, Taiwan
Safety and Process Control Management
Session 121
Tuesday, July 24
8:00 - 10:00
Advanced Production Management and Process Control
Caicos 5
  Co-Chairs:  S. Ávila Filho and Ivone Cerqueira, Brazil  
  Cases of failure analysis in the operational control and recommendations for task criteria and man-process interface design
  Maria Lorena Souza, Salvador Ávila Filho, Ivone Cerqueira, Amanda Ramos Oliveira and Carine Nogueira Santino, Brazil
  Alarms management criteria and cognitive limits for the chemical industry
  Maria Lorena Souza, Ivone Cerqueira, Salvador Ávila Filho, Amanda Ramos Oliveira and Rafael Brito, Brazil
  C4T:  Safe behavior performance tool
  Ivone Cerqueira, Salvador Ávila Filho, Edmara Drigo and Michel Gagliliano, Brazil
  Energy loss risk (ELOS R) in supply chain, micro-processes to decrease greenhouse gas emissions
  Salvador Ávila Filho, Euclides Santos Bittencourt, Carla Vanessa Maia Galvao, Ivone Cerqueira and Jean Marcel Prazeres,
  Cognitive, intuitive and educational intervention strategies for behavior change in high-risk activities, SARS
  Salvador Ávila Filho, Ivone Cerqueira, Euclides Santos Bittencourt and Edmara Drigo, Brazil
Intuitive schemes, procedures and validations for the decision and action of the emergency leader, real and simulated case analysis
  Salvador Ávila Filho, Julio Nascimento, Ivone Cerqueira and Maria Lorena Souza, Brazil
Human-Robot Interaction in Everyday Lives
Session 122
Tuesday, July 24
8:00 - 10:00
Human Factors in Robots and Unmanned Systems
Caicos 6
  Co-Chairs: Shan Fu and Plinio Thomaz Aquino, Jr., China/Brazil  
  The effects of robot assisted therapy on hand functions and targeted activity performance in individuals with hemiplegia
  Sibel Demir, Gonca Bumin and Beyza Ozkaya, Turkey
  Methods for the evaluation of human well-being and system performance of human-robot interaction – a literature review
  Jochen Nelles, Christopher Brandl and Alexander Mertens, Germany
  Human-robot interaction pattern structure for smart and autonomous applications
  Plinio Thomaz Aquino, Jr. and Natalie Takahashi, Brazil
  Ergonomic design strategy of crutch for exoskeleton robot: An experimental study
  Jimin Han, Kye Yoon Kim and Seokyoung Youn, South Korea
  Workload evaluation based on electromyogram signals in human-robot interaction
  Hou Tingting and Shan Fu, China
Leadership Styles and Social Aspects
Session 123
Tuesday, July 24
8:00 - 10:00
Human Factors in Management and Leadership
St. Croix 1
  Co-Chairs:  Tibor Barath and Neeta Baporikar, Hungary/India  
  The importance of strategic human resource development practices among multinationals company in Malaysia
  Roziana Shaari, Azizah Rajab, Azlineer Sarip, Hamidah Abdul Rahman and Farahnurhidayah Mohamed Fadil, Malaysia
  Understanding the effect of emotional exhaustion on tellers’ satisfaction with teller-task activities and its managerial implications
  Mohammed-Aminu Sanda and Emmanuel Mawuenah, Ghana
  Courageous leadership: The missing link to creating a lean culture of excellence
  Sumeet Kumar, Canada
  Regulations and employees' commitment to change: Does emotional intelligence matter?
  Olivia Anku-Tsede, Aaron Ametorwo and Alhassan Akudugu, Ghana
  How does personal social capital affect managerial position?
  Batia Ben-Hador and Eyal Eckhaus, Israel
  A transformation in practice
  Christine White, USA
  Refreshments 10:00 - 10:30    •    Room: Grand Caribbean Ballroom
SESSION Tuesday, July 24    •   10:30 - 12:30
Emotional Engineering in Healthcare
Session 126
Tuesday, July 24
10:30 - 12:30
Affective and Pleasurable Design
Grand Caribbean 1
  Co-Chairs: Keiichi Watanuki and Lei Hou, Japan/China  
  Evaluation of the effect of the amount of information on cognitive load by using a physiological index and the Stroop task
  Yushi Hashimoto, Keiichi Watanuki, Kazunori Kaede and Keiichi Muramatsu, Japan
   Examination of the brain areas related to cognitive performance during the Stroop task using deep neural network
  Tomohiro Nishikawa, Yushi Hashimoto, Kosei Minami, Keiichi Watanuki, Kazunori Kaede and Keiichi Muramatsu, Japan
  Experimental study on presenting gaze information in multi-party dialogue
  Keiichi Muramatsu, Shunsuke Sekine, Kazunori Kaede and Keiichi Watanuki, Japan
  An analysis of a human-exoskeleton system for gait rehabilitation
  Lei Hou, Japan
  Application to help engage young people in elderly care
  Xueying Mei, Yuting Lin, Yi Zhang and Yu Zhao, China 
  Using social sharing interaction in rehabilitation to improve stroke patients motivation
  Fu-Yu Liu and Chien-Hsu Chen, Taiwan
Teamwork, Situation Awareness and Fatigue
Session 127
Tuesday, July 24
10:30 - 12:30
Human Factors in Transportation - Aviation
Grand Caribbean 2
  Co-Chairs:  Katie Plant and Ulrika Ohlander, UK/Sweden  
  Teamwork support for military fighters: From identified issues to conceptual design
  Ulrika Ohlander, Jens Alfredson, Maria Riveiro and Göran Falkman, Sweden
  Technology development framework for air traffic control assisted airport procedures in dynamic wake separations
  Julio Roa, USA
  Assessing the validity of subjective measures of human performance used in the aviation domain
  Katie Parnell, Katie Plant, Victoria Banks and Neville Stanton, UK
RACOON  (Remote Airport Concept Of OperatioN)
  Giovanni Riccardi, Daniele Teotino, Lindsay Hoto and Keith Penny, Italy
  Examining the effects of different situation awareness levels on visual performance and error
  Hongjun Xue, Hua Zhao and Xiaoyan Zhang, China
  Pilots as multi-modal operators: Does commuting by driving relate to fatigue and impaired performance?
  Alexandros Kontotasios, Stephen Wright, Edward Killan and Samantha Jamson, UK
  Neck and shoulder muscle fatigue in high performance Aircraft pilots: A case study
  Francesco Draicchio, Giorgia Chini, Alessio Silvetti, Roberto Vitalone, Elena Lucertini and Marco Lucertini, Italy
Biofeedback Training and Self-Regulation
Session 128
Tuesday, July 24
10:30 - 12:30
Cognitive & Neuroergonomics
Grand Caribbean 3
  Co-Chairs:  Lukasz Mazur and Sinh Bui, USA/Canada  
  Autonomic nervous system approach to measure physiological arousal and scenario difficulty in simulation-based training environment
  Sinh Bui, Brian Veitch and Sarah Power, Canada
  Non-invasive brain modulation with real-time FMRI neurofeedback amygdala emotional regulation training with concurrent EEG recordings
  Jerzy Bodurka, 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
  Supervising SSSEP experiments  with a Bluetooth Android remote control application
  José Rouillard, Francois Cabestaing, Jean-Marc Vannobel and Marie-Helene Bekaert, France
  Effect of neurofeedback intervention on medical residents' burnout
  Lukasz Mazur, USA
Human Factors in Design
Session 129
Tuesday, July 24
10:30 - 12:30
Ergonomics in Design
Grand Caribbean 4
  Co-Chairs: Erminia Attaianese and Yahui Bai, Italy/China  
  Establishment of indexes system for bookcases ergonomic evaluation based on Delphi method
  Yinxia Li, Yahui Bai, Huimin Hu, Pu Hong, Mengjing Cai and Linkai Chen, China 
Human factors/ergonomics for perceived environment and environmental design
  Erminia Attaianese and Laura Paradiso, Italy
  Design, a ready-made object or an object ready to be made
  Luis Miguel Francisco Ginja, Portugal
  Designlab4u - a laboratory of knowledge, experimentation and practical action
  Cátia Rijo, Portugal
  Inspiration mining: Intersecting improbable connections in a new landscape of cultural reflection and influence
  Paulo Maldonado and Leonor Ferrão, Portugal
  How to evaluate transfer effectiveness of design concepts?
  Na Xu, Gang Guo and Qi Zhong, China
  Improving sleep headphone design using 3D Chinese head anthropometric data
  Haining Wang, Yi Li, Xinyi Li and Roger Ball, China
Healthcare Workers Ergonomics: Musculoskeletal Disorders
Session 130
Tuesday, July 24
10:30 - 12:30
Human Factors and Ergonomics in Healthcare and Medical Devices
Grand Caribbean 5
  Co-Chairs:  Mohamad Hamzi Mohamad Noor and Nurul Husna Abd Ghani, Malaysia  
  Operating room ergonomics II:  A practical approach for reducing or ergonomic hazards
  John Vaughan, Yona Vaisbuch, Justin Moore and Robert Jackler, USA
  Ergonomics risk assessment of musculoskeletal disorders (MSD) during simulated endotracheal
intubation in hospital Universiti Sains Malaysia (HUSM)
  Shaik Farid Abdull Wahab, Rohayu Othman and Mohamad Hamzi Mohamad Noor, Malaysia
  Risk of MSD in rescuer performing CPR at kneeling, standing and step-on-stool position
  Shaik Farid Abdull Wahab, Rohayu Othman and Nurul Husna Abd Ghani, Malaysia
  Chest compression in cardiopulmonary resuscitation in ambulance: Are we at risk of MSD?
  Shaik Farid Abdull Wahab, Rohayu Othman, Mohd Hashairi Fauzi and Mohd Fariq Nusri, Malaysia
  The ergonomic benefits of a laterally-tilting operating room table and friction-reducing devices in patient lateral transfers
  Saif Al-Qaisi and Adnan El Tannir, Lebanon
  A review of patient handling jobs in healthcare systems
  Sanjeet Kumar and Pradip Kumar Ray, India
  Factors affecting occupational health of hospital personnel in Indian context
  Rahul Mondal and Pradip Kumar Ray, India
Current Approaches for Risk Management and Assessment
Session 131
Tuesday, July 24
10:30 - 12:30
Safety Management and Human Factors
Grand Caribbean 8
  Co-Chairs:   Giulio Nisoli and Junqiao Zhang, Switzerland/China  
  Expert elicitation methodology in the risk analysis of an industrial machine
  Tony Venditti, Canada
  Improvement plan of fall risk assessment in medical institution
  Masayoshi Nitta, Japan
  Proposal of field-oriented system to medical risk management. Support of risk managers in hospital
  Kimura Kana, Japan
  Measure evaluation tool met: Promoting safety by optimizing the human scope of action
  Toni Waefler, Giulio Nisoli and Rahel Gugerli, Switzerland
  Safety assessment for decommissioning worker
  HyungJun Kim and Seung Jun Lee, South Korea
  Application fuzzy evaluation methods on safety management of industrial enterprise
  Junqiao Zhang and Xuebo Chen, China
  Dynamic analysis of enterprise security system based on multi-level analysis and structural equation model
  Li Zeyu and Xuebo Chen, China
Emotion and Well-Being
Session 132
Tuesday, July 24
10:30 - 12:30
Physical Ergonomics & Human Factors
Grand Caribbean 9
  Co-Chairs:  Chi-Wen Lung and Antônio Renato Pereira Moro, Taiwan/Brazil  
  An ECG-based approach to pilots’ instantaneous high stress
  Shuyu Shao, Qianxiang Zhou, Yanjing Wang and Zhongqi Liu, China
  Evaluation of worker satisfaction with the use of hand tools in a poultry slaughterhouse
  Adriana Seára Tirloni, Diogo Cunha dos Reis, Natália Fonseca Dias and Antônio Renato Pereira Moro, Brazil
  Evaluation of occupational ride comfort responses among tractor operators
  Omkar Singh, Chander Prakash, Harwinder Singh and Amandeep Singh, India
  Application of Kano Model to explore insulation bag for breast milk
  Peng Jyun Liu, Hsing-Chi Chang and Chi-Wen Lung, Taiwan
  The understanding and influence of the connotation of semantics on the figurative product
  Ching-Yi Wang and Chi-Wen Lung, Taiwan
  Impact of climatic changes on workers attitude and awareness on health well being
  Nayas Mustafa, India
  Research on cultural and creative products with Taiwan image: An example of puppet imagery travel products
  Peng Jyun Liu, Taiwan
Driver Behavior and Performance
Session 133
Tuesday, July 24
10:30 - 12:30
Human Factors in Transportation - Road & Rail
Grand Caribbean 10
  Co-Chairs:  Katie Parnell and Riender Happee, UK/The Netherlands  
  Platooning behavior at two-lane, two-way road rural roads with level terrain in Malaysia
  Lee Vien Leong and Shafida Azyanti Mohd Shafie, Malaysia
  Listening to high tempo music behind the wheel: How the experienced emotion associated to music influence driving behavior
  Sharon Ouddiz, Pierre-Vincent Paubel and Céline Lemercier, France
  Using change blindness to assure the influence of cognitive load to driving performance
  Yang Haibo, China
  Exploring the effect of sun glare on car motorist injury severity in the United Kingdom
  Shang-Ku Chen, Chin-Wei Pai and Ping-Ling Chen, Taiwan
The relationship between explicit and implicit attitudes towards drink driving
  Laila Martinussen, Denmark
  Long-haul trucking
  Fran Greene, Richard Bee, Kelly Leimkuhler, Charles Junghans and Valerio Sanchez, USA
Interfaces and Interaction II
Session 134
Tuesday, July 24
10:30 - 12:30
Human Factors in Transportation - Road & Rail
Grand Caribbean 11
  Co-Chairs:  Patrick Langdon and Ralf Risser, UK/Austria  
  Driver distraction: Determining the ideal location of a navigation device for transportation network vehicle services (TNVS) drivers in Metro Manila
  Reigniel Andrew Lim, Andre Bernan De Lumen, Kenneth Orosa, Dranreb Paralleon and Keneth Sedilla, Philippines
  Attributes that increase the driver's desire to keep driver assistance systems turned on based on opinions
following real world use
  David Kidd, USA
  Interaction patterns: The key to unlocking interface digital exclusion assessment?
  Mike Bradley, Per Ola Kristensson, Patrick Langdon and John Clarkson, UK
  Connected vehicle human-machine interface: Development and assessment
  Mohamed Ahmed, Guangchuan Yang and Sherif Gaweesh, USA
  Exploring seat movement while driving - what do drivers think?
  Maria Varela, Diane Gyi, Neil Mansfield, Bob Bateman, Akinari Hirao and Tomokazu Furuya, UK
  UCEID - the best of both worlds: combining ecological interface design with user centered design in a novel HF method applied to automated driving
  Kirsten Revell, Pat Langdon, Ioannis Politis, Mike Bradley, James Brown, Simon Thompson, Lee Skrypchuk,
  Alexandros Mouzakitis and Neville Stanton, UK
Novel Research and Applications for 3D Printing II
Session 135
Tuesday, July 24
10:30 - 12:30
Additive Manufacturing, Modeling Systems and 3D Prototyping 
Grand Caribbean 12
  Co-Chairs:  Tingting Hu and Emilio Antinori, China/Italy  
  An aid of 3D printing insole to increase the propulsion of the forefoot for stroke patients
  Wei-Te Tsai, Taiwan
  Research on the ambiguity of design sketch and variability in 3D modeling for automobile design
  Tingting Hu, Yi Zhu and Danhua Zhao, China
  Study of body shoulder shaping for Chinese females based on 3-D body measurement
  Linghua Ran, China
  Architecture as a biological system. The organic shell as an exchange interface
  De Petris Marco and Emilio Antinori, Italy
Ergonomics in Building and Architecture I
Session 136
Tuesday, July 24
10:30 - 12:30
Human Factors, Sustainable Urban Planning and Infrastructure
Turks 1
  Co-Chairs: Jerzy Charytonowicz and Anna Jaglarz, Poland  
  The impact of ergonomic guiding principles on the formation of modern monumental art
  Agnieszka Gebczynska-Janowicz, Poland
  Ergonomic aspects of development of architecture in the context of sanitary ANSD hygiene safety
  Rafal Janowicz, Poland
  Architecture of public toilets in the landscape - disorder or integration
  Anna Jaglarz, Poland
  Architectural solutions for healthy habits and rituals; creating spaces for the elderly and persons with disabilities
  Agata Bonenberg, Poland
  Human scale in architecture of schools located in dense urban fabric
  Andrzej Dudzinski, Poland
  Ergonomics as the common denominator and vital condition to achieve sustainability of buildings of different types on example of two built projects
  Pawel Horn, Poland
User Experience in Healthcare and Learning
Session 137
Tuesday, July 24
10:30 - 12:30
Usability and User Experience
Turks 2
  Co-Chairs:  Irma C. Landa-Avila and Ling Luo, Mexico/China  
Usability assessment of a portable corneal topography device
  Carlos Aceves-Gonzalez, Zuli T. Galindo-Estupiñan, Irma C. Landa-Avila, Citlali Díaz-Gutiérrez and
  Stephanie Daphne Prado-Jiménez, Mexico
  Designing and developing a prototype of parent –teacher communication application for early childhood
  Manutchanok Jongprasithporn, Thailand
  Usability and user experience assessment of SeriousMD: A smartphone application telehealth system
  Ezekiel Bernardo, Angelica Joy Olan, Jazmin Tangsoc, Diosdado Santos and Tommy Lim, Philippines
  Research on user comfort of intelligent toilet based on ergonomics
  Zhongting Wang, Haimei Wu, Wei Wang, Ling Luo and Yunhong Zhang, China
  Integration of user design experience and risk analysis in order to improve healthcare radiology service
  Jinhua Li, Ziying Tang and Sai Cheng, China
  Satisfaction analysis of using an educational serious game for teaching wound treatment
  Gabriel Candido da Silva, Lúcia Paloma Freitas da Silva, Nicolau Calado Jofilsan, Alex Sandro Gomes,
  Walter Franklin Marques Correia and Amadeu Sa De Campos Filho, Brazil
Usability and User Experience VI
Session 138
Tuesday, July 24
10:30 - 12:30
Usability and User Experience
Turks 3
  Co-Chairs:  Yeongchae Choi and Zhizheng Zhang, Japan/China  
  Difference of sensitivity of information based on user-role
  Yeongchae Choi and WonSeok Yang, Japan
  User interface design and usability  study of health websites in Pakistan
  Shahida Razzaq and Zainab Mahmood, Pakistan
Usability evaluation of a state university grade encoding system
  John Paolo Isip and Hazel Caparas, Philippines
Usability and user experience in bullet screen
  Zhizheng Zhang, China
  Identification of variables that increase the risk of accidents in the manipulation of stoves by the elderly
  Rodrigo Luz, Adonias Magdiel, Salvador Ávila Filho and Ivone Cerqueira, Brazil
  What makes Chinese input method on smartphone user friendly for women: A case study of smartphone design features for Chinese input method
  Wenchao Zuo, USA
Human Factors, Business Management and Society II
Session 139
Tuesday, July 24
10:30 - 12:30
Human Factors, Business Management and Society
Turks 4
  Co-Chairs: Tero Reunanen and Jussi Kantola, Finland  
  Correlations between holistic awareness of time and innovativeness
  Tero Reunanen and Hannu Vanharanta, Finland
  Linking power distance management and empowerment to performance and well-being in work: Towards stable organization development
  Marcus Penttinen and Tero Reunanen, Finland
  Creating value with wow-experience in business development
  Marcus Penttinen, Tero Reunanen, Timo Holopainen and Arndt Borgmeier, Finland
  Role conflict and trust repair of flight attendants:  Emotional labor of human service employees
  Noriko Okabe, Japan
  An agile process improvement framework operations model for managing digital transformation
  Evangelos Markopoulos and Daniel Rukare, UK
  A Socratic approach for creative thinking for problem solving with applied philosophy
  Evangelos Markopoulos and Hannu Vanharanta,UK/Finland
  Review of industry 4.0 in the light of socio-technical system theory and competence based view: A future research agenda for Evolute system approach
  Faisal Imran and Jussi Kantola, Finland
Interaction with Therapeutic and Educative Systems
Session 140
Tuesday, July 24
10:30 - 12:30
Human Factors and Systems Interaction
Turks 5
  Co-Chairs: Yves Rybarczyk, Sandra Sánchez and Janio Jadán, Ecuador  
  Analysis and improvement of the web accessibility of a tele-rehabilitation platform for hip arthroplasty patients
  Tania Calle-Jimenez, Sandra Sanchez-Gordon, Yves Rybarczyk, Janio Jadán, Santiago Villareal, Wilmer Esparza,
  Patricia Acosta, César Guevara and Isabel L. Nunes, Ecuador/Portugal
  Educational resources accessible on the tele-rehabilitation platform
  Patricia Acosta, Wilmer Esparza, Yves Rybarczyk, Santiago Villareal, Janio Jadán, César Guevara, Sandra Sanchez-Gordon,
  Tania Calle-Jimenez and Isabel L. Nunes, Ecuador/Portugal
  Analysis and improvement of the usability of a tele-rehabilitation platform for hip surgery patients
  Hennry Pilco, Sandra Sanchez-Gordon, Tania Calle-Jimenez, Yves Rybarczyk, Janio Jadán, Santiago Villareal,
  Wilmer Esparza, Patricia Acosta, César Guevara and Isabel L. Nunes, Ecuador/Portugal
  Design of an architecture for accessible web maps for visually impaired users
  Tania Calle-Jimenez, Adrián Eguez-Sarzosa and Sergio Luján-Mora, Ecuador
  Interaction with a tele-rehabilitation platform through a natural user interface: A case study of hip arthroplasty patients
  Yves Rybarczyk, Santiago Villareal, Patricia Acosta, Wilmer Esparza, Janio Jadán, César Guevara, Sandra Sanchez-Gordon,
  Tania Calle-Jimenez and Isabel L. Nunes, Ecuador/Portugal
  A real-time algorithm for movement assessment using fuzzy logic of hip arthroplasty patients
  Janio Jadán, Yves Rybarczyk, Sandra Sanchez-Gordon, Tania Calle-Jimenez, Wilmer Esparza, Santiago Villareal,
  Isabel L. Nunes, Patricia Acosta and César Guevara, Ecuador/Portugal
Assistive Design Solutions and Prosthetic Environments
Session 141
Tuesday, July 24
10:30 - 12:30
Human Factors and Assistive Technology
Turks 6
  Co-Chairs:  Gerald Scott and Mario Neinz, USA/Germany  
  Empowering design solutions for orbital prostheses, avoiding the uncanny valley
  Julie Snykers, Yvonne Motzkus, Marieke Van Camp and Kristof Vaes, Belgium
  Biomechanical models of computerized prosthetic leg
  Nantakrit Yodpijit, Thailand
Applying the principles of work domain analysis to inform the interface design of augmentative and alternative communication devices
  Erin Perfect and Claire Davies, Canada
Open source AUDEO is a model for the development of low-cost assistive technology
  Shane Pinder and Claire Davies, Canada
  Feedback presentation in the industrial context - challenges and opportunities
  Mario Heinz and Carsten Röcker, Germany
  Human-centered design of computerized prosthetic leg: A questionnaire survey for user needs assessment
  Nantakrit Yodpijit, Thailand
  Technology-enabled prosthetic environments:  A new approach to workplace accommodation for autism
  Gerald Scott, USA
Interdisciplinary Discourse in Service Design
Session 142
Tuesday, July 24
10:30 - 12:30
Interdisciplinary Practice in Industrial Design
Caicos 1
  Co-Chairs:  Miso Kim and Yixuan Zhang, USA  
  Autonomy in residential care: Merging service design, personal health informatics, and nursing perspectives for interdisciplinary collaboration
  Yixuan Zhang, Rachel Pozzar, Xing Zhou, Miso Kim and Valeria Ramdin, USA
  Cultivating values: A service platform design for the preschool children
  Xing Zhou, China
Service storytelling: Applying storytelling models to shape service experience
  Miso Kim and Youngsoo Lee, USA
Design for serving: Developing stakeholders-centered design approach in assistive technology design
  Eunki Chung, USA
  Designing human to autonomous car rituals for building affiliation and trust
  Fatih Ozenc and Margaret Hagan, USA
Collective Creativity In Design
Session 143
Tuesday, July 24
10:30 - 12:30
Interdisciplinary Practice in Industrial Design
Caicos 2
  Co-Chairs:  WonJoon Chung and Maham Farooq, Canada  
  Development of design process considering cognitive and affective aspects of product design
  Eui Chul Jung, Yunmo Park and Hyunjji Kim, South Korea
  Strategic planning for an effective collective creativity
  WonJoon Chung, Canada
Collaborative design process for biometric-based product development
  Eui Chul Jung, Jeongsub Lim, Chingwei Liu and Deok Chan Lee, South Korea
Dr. Loupe: Development of iris recognition paramedic diagnosis and recording IoT device
  Eui Chul Jung, Huile Gao and Ji Hee Cho, South Korea
  Comparative analysis of the preferred cognitive method based on the drivers’ behavior in the autonomous vehicle
  Min Hyung Gu and Da Young Ju, South Korea
  Collective creativity for teaching
  Alisdair MacRae, Canada
Organizational Learning in Occupational Safety
Session 144
Tuesday, July 24
10:30 - 12:30
Human Factors in Training, Education, and Learning Sciences
Caicos 3
  Co-Chairs:  Anna-Maria Teperi and Aleksandra Polak-Sopińska, Finland/Poland  
  The management of occupational health and safety in vocational education
  Sari Tappura, Anna-Maria Teperi, Anna-Leena Kurki and Jouni Kivistö-Rahnasto, Finland
  Modelling safety criticality in aviation maintenance operations to support mastery of human factors
  Anna-Maria Teperi, Ilkka Asikainen, Arja Ala-Laurinaho, Teppo Valtonen and Teemu Paajanen, Finland
Incidents in schools – incident analysis in developing safety management
  Eila Lindfors and Anna-Maria Teperi, Finland
Challenges for logistic education in the industry 4.0
  Magdalena Wrobel-Lachowska, Aleksandra Polak-Sopinska and Zbigniew Wisniewski, Poland
  Upscaling construction education: The role of construction site experiential learning
  John Aliu and Clinton Aigbavboa, South Africa
Design for Inclusive ICT
Session 145
Tuesday, July 24
10:30 - 12:30
Design for Inclusion
Caicos 4
  Co-Chairs:  Giuseppe Di Bucchianico and Gottfried Zimmermann, Italy/Germany  
  Inclusive responsiveness – why responsive web design is not enough and what we can do about this
  Gottfried Zimmermann, Christophe Strobbe and Daniel Ziegler, Germany
  Multilevel accessibility evaluation of websites in Tunisia
  Imen Gharbi, Amina Bouraoui and Narjès Bellamine Ben Saoud, Tunisia
Social inclusion and territorial enhancement: a project of tourism interactive information system for bike users
  Giuseppe Di Bucchianico, Antonio Marano, Stefania Camplone and Emidio Antonio Villani, Italy
Design guidelines for adaptable videos and video players on the web
  Damaris Rothfuss, Gottfried Zimmermann and Patrick Münster, Germany
  Evaluating accessibility and usability of an experimental situational awareness room
  Terje Gjøsæter and Jaziar Radianti, Norway
Work Stress and Cognitive Evaluation for Organizational Performance
Session 146
Tuesday, July 24
10:30 - 12:30
Advanced Production Management and Process Control
Caicos 5
  Co-Chairs:  Aide Aracely Maldonado Macías, Arturo Realyvasquez-Vargas and Jorge Luis Garcia Alcaraz, Mexico
  Mental workload index and human error identification in the task of changing computer’s power supply: A case study
  Margarita Ortiz-Solís, Aide Maldonado, Manuel Alejandro Barajas-Bustillos, Karina Arredondo-Soto and
  Teresa Carrillo-Gutiérrez, Mexico
  Response to change and organizational culture, case study in the Mexican Maquiladora
  Karina Arredondo-Soto, Teresa Carrillo-Gutiérrez, Guadalupe Hernández-Escobedo, Elizabeth Romero-Samaniego,
  Aide Maldonado and Gustavo López-Badilla, Mexico
Application of the NIOSH formula to improve the statistical process control in automotive inspection processes
  Sergio Montesinos, Ana Patricia García, Sebastian  Quintero and Josue Alejandro Rodriguez, Mexico
Descriptive study about job strain index, physical activity and eating habits among employees of a Mexican manufacturing industry
  Aide Maldonado, Margarita Ortiz-Solís, Oziely Armenta-Hernández, Jorge García-Alcaraz, Arturo Realyvasquez-Vargas
  and Liliana Avelar Sosa, Mexico
  Increase of efficiency in the optical fiber area in a manufacturing company
  Arturo Realyvásquez, Mexico
Driving Simulators
Session 147
Tuesday, July 24
10:30 - 12:30
Human Factors and Simulation
Caicos 6
  Co-Chairs:  Catherine Neubauer and Lois James, USA  
  Manned-unmanned teaming: Robotic wingman vehicles
  Ralph Brewer, Kristin Schaefer, Eduardo Cerame, Eugene Pursel, Anthony Zimmermann, USA
  Monitoring task fatigue in contemporary and future vehicles: A review
  Gerald Matthews, Ryan Wohleber, Jinchao Lin, Greg Funke and Catherine Neubauer, USA
Effects of fatigue and distraction on simulated  driving performance in police officers
  Stephen James and Lois James, USA
Estimating human state from simulated assisted driving with stochastic filtering techniques
  Gregory Gremillion, Daniel Donavanik, Catherine Neubauer, Justin Brody and Kristin Schaefer, USA
  Translating driving research from simulation to interstate driving with realistic traffic and passenger interactions
  Jean Vettel,  Javier Garcia, Robert Fernandez, Matthew O'Donnell, Tony Johnson, Emily Falk and Jason Metcalfe, USA
  Challenges with developing driving simulation systems for robotic vehicles
  Kristin Schaefer, Ralph Brewer, Eugene Pursel, Eduardo Cerame, Ben Haynes, Victor Paul,
  Kim Drnec and Jason Metcalfe, USA
  Evaluating the effect of task support on driver workload using a custom-made driving simulator
  Andreas Gregoriades, Cyprus
HFRUS in the Naval Environment
Session 148
Tuesday, July 24
10:30 - 12:30
Human Factors in Robots and Unmanned Systems
St. Croix 1
  Co-Chairs:  Jacob Norris and Ethan Hada, USA  
  Human fatigue in operations of unmanned underwater vehicle systems
  Rachel Markwald and Evan Chinoy, USA
  Behind the black box: Transparency and the human response to unexpected automation failure
  Eric Vorm, USA
The computer told me so: Improper planning concepts in automated decision-making systems in the naval setting
  Jacob Norris and Wes Dunsford, USA
Creating a computerized interactive psychological treatment program for submariners
  Ethan Hada and Christopher Rodeheffer, USA
  Enhanced human-machine interaction by fuzzy logic in semi-autonomous maritime operations
  Bjørn-Morten Batalden, Peter Wide, Johan-Fredrik Røds and Øyvind Haugseggen, Norway
  Probe trials and retraining may increase low prevalence visual search performance
  Chad Peltier and Mark Becker, USA
  Lunch Break 12:30 - 14:00   •    Enjoy lunch at the restaurant of your choice
SESSION Tuesday, July 24    •   14:00 - 16:00
User Research in Design
Session 151
Tuesday, July 24
14:00 - 16:00
Ergonomics in Design 
Grand Caribbean 1
  Co-Chairs:  Johanna Renker and Guido De Bruyne, Germany/Belgium  
  The effects of body mass index on sitting pressure distribution on seat cushion
  Lingling Hu, Onder Tor, Jilei Zhang and Xiaohong Yu, China/USA
  The attentional perspective on smart devices: Empirical evidence for device-specific cognitive ergonomics
  Magali Kreutzfeldt, Johanna Renker and Gerhard Rinkenauer, Germany
  An evaluation method of temporal change on mental model
  Toshiki Yamaoka, Japan
Effects of luminous intensity and color of LED light on ocular movement characteristics
  Toshihisa Doi, Atsuo Murata, Makoto Moriwaka and Tomohisa Takamoto, Japan
  Efficiency of cycling pads in reducing seat pressure during cycling
  Guido De Bruyne, Jean-Marie Aerts and Daniel Berckmans, Belgium
  Examining head sensitivity for designing bicycle helmets with improved physical comfort
  Ruben Broekhuizen, Tim De Rydt and Guido De Bruyne, Belgium
  SPARK: Promoting well-being by social media-triggered routine breaks
  Arminda Guerra Lopes, Pedro Campos and Jose Abdelnour Nocera, Portugal
Trends in Portable Neuroimaging
Session 152
Tuesday, July 24
14:00 - 16:00
Cognitive & Neuroergonomics
Grand Caribbean 2
  Co-Chairs: Hasan Ayaz and Scott Bunce, USA  
  Objective measures of clinical outcomes: Predicting substance use disorder treatment outcomes with functional near-infrared spectroscopy
  Scott Bunce, Jonathan Harris, Andrew Huhn, Sarah Tilden, Erin Deneke, Jessica Parascando, Roger Meyer, Ed Bixler and
  Hasan Ayaz, USA
  The effect of alcohol-use and sleep deprivation on quantitative changes and EEG alterations for normal young adults during multitasking evaluation
  Young A. Suh and Man-Sung Yim, South Korea
  Brain-to-brain synchronization patterns during collaborative problem solving: An FNIRS hyperscanning study of team cognition
  Çağatay Taşcı and Murat Perit Çakır, Turkey
  Systematic comparison of machine learning approaches for motor imagery based optical brain computer interfaces
  Lei Wang and Hasan Ayaz, USA
  Using wireless EEG and EDA to investigate body and brain dynamics during preparation and consumption of coffee
  Jan Watson, Amanda Sargent, Hongjun Ye, Rajneesh Suri and Hasan Ayaz, USA
Extreme Environments
Session 153
Tuesday, July 24
14:00 - 16:00
Human Factors and Simulation
Grand Caribbean 3
  Co-Chairs:  Brian Gore and Didier Fass, USA/France  
  Virtual environment design as automated "physiological" counter-measures in extreme environment: From intensive care to human space flight
  Didier Fass, Bruno Levy, Pierre Perez and Dominique Méry, France
Why co-adaptation is mandatory in extreme environment Human-System Integration and co-evolution modelling?
  Didier Fass and Franck Gechter, France
  Automated collection of space utilization data
  Gordon Vos, Patrick Fink, Richard Morency and Robert Williams, USA
  Agents in space: Validating ABM-GIS models
  Hal Nelson, Kristoffer Wikstrom and Zining Yang, USA
  Investigating a method for assessment of pilots’ thought process and pilots’ situation awareness  in training interventions
  Nima Ahmadi and Matthew Romoser, USA
  Influence of indirect-vision and virtual reality training under varying manned/unmanned interfaces in a complex underwater search-and-shoot simulation
  Akash Rao, B. S. Pramod, Sushil Chandra and Varun Dutt, India
  Novice driver hazard perception training in a driving simulator
  Liva Abele, Denmark
Healthcare Workers Ergonomics: Environmental Factors
Session 154
Tuesday, July 24
14:00 - 16:00
Human Factors and Ergonomics in Healthcare and Medical Devices
Grand Caribbean 4
  Co-Chairs:  Shaik Farid Abdull Wahab and Rohayu Othman, Malaysia  
Nurse station of accident and emergency department, USM
  Shaik Farid Abdull Wahab, Rohayu Othman and Ahmad Rasdan Ismail, Malaysia
  Lighting assessment at resuscitation area of accident and emergency department, USM
  Shaik Farid Abdull Wahab, Rohayu Othman and Ahmad Rasdan Ismail, Malaysia
  Characteristics of competence evaluation of resilience in the chronic diseases treatment: An examination of medical engineers who conduct hemodialysis
  Yoshitaka Maeda and Satoshi Suzuki, Japan
  Construction and analysis of database for outer box of same medicine
  Michiko Ohkura, Yusuke Tanitsu, Masaomi Kimura and Fumito Tsuchiya, Japan
  Factors support creating committed healthcare workers
  Anna Stankiewicz-Mróz, Poland
Huiman Factors in Complex Systems
Session 155
Tuesday, July 24
14:00 - 16:00
The Human Aspects of Advanced Manufacturing
Grand Caribbean 5
  Co-Chairs:  Hitesh Dhimand and Vesa Salminen, Germany/Finland  
  Addressing uncertainties in complex manufacturing environments: A multidisciplinary approach
  Hitesh Dhiman, Daniela Alina Plewe and Carsten Röcker, Germany
  Evaluating different strategies to restore trust in decision support systems in cross-company cooperation
  Philipp Brauner, Ralf Philipsen, André Calero Valdez and Martina Ziefle, Germany
  Evaluation of aesthetic and emotional satisfaction of mobile phone users
  Young-Hee Lee and Ryang-Hee Kim, South Korea
  On the rails of ergonomic: A multidisciplinary view
  Joao Garcia, Symone Miguez, José Eduardo Faustino, Anderson Gonçalves and Rodrigo Oliveira, Brazil
  Designing for the future factory:  Exploring the co-evolution of manufacturing digital intensity and personas
  Faith McCreary and Irene Petrick, USA
  Ways to encourage re-manufacturing as Nigeria seeks to transition into a Green Economy
  Ifije Ohiomah, Clinton Aigbavboa and JanHarm Pretorius, South Africa
  Exoskeleton assistance assessment (EAA) tool
 Verena C. Knott and Klaus Bengler, Germany
Accident Prevention
Session 156
Tuesday, July 24
14:00 - 16:00
Safety Management and Human Factors
Grand Caribbean 8
  Co-Chairs:  Mohammad Shahriari and Mehmet Emin Aydin, Turkey  
  A study on the quality of information in potential incident report
  Tatsuya Shimada, Japan
  Ergonomic risk management of the brush cutter in the olive sector
  Juan Carlos Rubio Romero, Mª del Carmen Pardo Ferreira, Antonio  Zambrana Ruiz and Fuensanta Galindo Reyes, Spain
  Analysis and investigation of work accidents at a Portuguese municipality
  Filipa Carvalho, Rui B. Melo and Paola G. Fonseca, Portugal
  Airport runway incursions and safety
  Mohammad Shahriari and Mehmet Emin Aydin, Turkey
  Human factors and machines: Accident analysis involving machine operation with human factors analysis and classification system
  Anastacio Gonçalves Filho and Thais Berlink, Brazil
  Effect of the starting time delay on the confluence pattern during staircase evacuation of a multi-story building
  Han Cheng, Yifan Zhuang, Lin Luo, DanYan Huang, Yong Ni and LiZhong Yang, China
Ergonomics in Design and Human Factors
Session 157
Tuesday, July 24
14:00 - 16:00
Physical Ergonomics & Human Factors
Grand Caribbean 9
  Co-Chairs:  Thomas Hofmann and Chandra Nair, Germany/USA  
  Motor rehabilitation system dedicated to people with Parkinson’s disease using ludic methods
  Javier Procel and Jonathan Luzon, Ecuador
  Teaching application-oriented ergonomics in design study programs
  Thomas Hofmann, Germany
  Ergonomic design solution for reducing smoke build-up inside rural kitchens in Kenya
  Uwe Reischl, USA
  Human factors considerations for head mounted displays in the enterprise
  Chandra Nair, USA
  Real virtuality: The neurological information processing of real and virtual objects
  Thomas Gruber and Thomas Hofmann, Germany
  Design process of an ergonomic solution to the police officer duty belt
  Melissa White, Yulin Deng, Xu Xu and David Kaber, USA
  Evaluation of moderate thermal environment comfort using thermal manikin
  Mingzhou Zhao, Yifen Qiu, Chaoyi Zhao, Wang Rui and Huimin Hu, China
Driver Safety and Comfort
Session 158
Tuesday, July 24
14:00 - 16:00
Human Factors in Transportation - Road & Rail
Grand Caribbean 10
  Co-Chairs:  Katie Parnell and Stewart Birrell, UK  
  Development of simple detection method of involuntary movements to evaluate human discomfort in vehicle seat
  Junya Tatsuno and Setsuo Maeda, Japan
  The effect of whole body haptic feedback on curve negotiation of drivers’ perception-responses
  Erfan Pakdamanian and Inki Kim, USA
  Assessment and reduction of whole-body vibration experienced by Jeepney drivers of “Sarao” Jeepneys using practical vibration dampeners
  Christian Earl Buna, Daniel James Villamil, Carlo Adug, Jericho Pena, Cyrus John Mendoza and
  Maria Liezel P. Caroche, Philippines
  An ergonomic assessment of the driver seat of common car models in the Philippines
  Carlos Miguel Fausto, Vhon Cedric Cua, Bryan Yutuc and Benette Custodio, Philippines
Learnability of traffic signs by non-driving teenagers
  Tamar Ben-Bassat, Israel
  First aid as a part of rehabilitation programs for traffic offenders
  Veronika Kureckova, Petr Zamecnik and Pavel Rezac, Czech Republic
  Analysis of compliance with traffic rules of roundabout using a structural equation modeling (SEM)
  Kim Jong-Jin, Kim Seonjung, Younshik Chung and Tai-Jin Song, South Korea
Human Factors, Sustainable Urban Planning and Infrastructure II
Session 159
Tuesday, July 24
14:00 - 16:00
Human Factors, Sustainable Urban Planning and Infrastructure
Grand Caribbean 11
  Co-Chairs:  Agata Twardoch and Jerzy Charytonowicz, Poland  
Shaping the space for persons with autisms spectrum disorder
  Maria Biela-Zasadzka and Agnieszka Bugno-Janik, Poland
Quality of the built environment from the point of view of people with Asperger syndrome and
high functional autism spectrum disorder
  Agnieszka Bugno-Janik and Maria Biela-Zasadzka, Poland
Human factors and the correlation with aesthetics and pro-ecological technology in modern architecture
  Anna Guminska, Poland
Post-occupancy evaluation research method in architecture - conscious creation of safe living space
  Joanna Zabawa-Krzypkowska, Poland
Affordable housing as a spatial planning tool for shrinking cities. Case of Poland
  Agata Twardoch, Poland
Computer lab - space organization and environmental conditions. Case study assessment compare to the theoretical model
  Michal Sitek, Poland
Human Factors Applications in Energy I
Session 160
Tuesday, July 24
14:00 - 16:00
Human Factors in Energy: Oil, Gas, Nuclear and Electric Power Industries
Grand Caribbean 12
  Co-Chairs:  Andrea Taylor and Victor K. Y. Chan, UK/China  
  Exploring the potential of home energy monitors for transactive energy supply arrangements
  Andrea Taylor, Craig Whittet, Bruce Stephen and Stuart Galloway, UK
  A generalized ergonomic trade-off model for modularized battery systems particularly for ICT equipment
  Victor K. Y. Chan, China
  The operation of oil pipeline - examination of wax deposition layer thickness
  Fadi Alnaimat and Bobby Mathew, UAE
  A theoretical assessment of the challenges facing power infrastructure development in low-income countries in Sub-Sahara, Africa
  Emmanuel Ayorinde and Clinton Aigbavboa, South Africa
  Safety management principles in electric power industry based on human factors
  Yang Song, China
Human Factors, Business Management and Society III
Session 161
Tuesday, July 24
14:00 - 16:00
Human Factors, Business Management and Society
Turks 1
  Co-Chairs:  Maria Dos-Santos and Ulrike Hugl, Portugal/Austria  
  Towards sustainability in European agricultural firms
  Maria Dos-Santos and Henrique Diz, Portugal
  RFID chip inside the body: Reflecting the current state of usage, triggers, and ethical issues
  Ulrike Hugl, Austria
  The role of the startup competition and entrepreneurial ecosystem in the integration of entrepreneurship education within the Algerian universities
  Aicha Dif, Bourane Soumia and Benziane Abdelbaki, Algeria
  Social sustainability in healthcare
  Matloub Hussain, UAE
  The impact of social capital levels on gossip and employee performance in organizations
  Batia Ben-Hador, Israel
  Innovation and growth: Evidence from Mexico and Brazil
  Luis Alfredo Avila Lopez, Maria Marcela Solis-Quinteros, Carolina Zayas-Marquez and Jorge Alfonso Galvan-Leon, Mexico
  Sales competition as education method:  The case of the European sales engineering team competition
  Timo Holopainen, Thomas  Röhr, Mikael Tómasson, Marion Murzin and Maha Ben Amor, Chile
Human Factors in Complex Systems
Session 162
Tuesday, July 24
14:00 - 16:00
Human Factors and Systems Interaction
Turks 2
  Co-Chairs: Aysen Taylor and Sarah Bouazzaoui, USA  
Signal-processing transformation from smartwatch to arm movement gestures
  Franca-Alexandra Rupprecht, Bo Heck, Achim Ebert and Bernd Hamann, Germany
  Moving forward with autonomous systems: Ethical dilemmas
  Aysen Taylor, USA
  Evaluation on pilots mental fatigue status with the eye movement features
  Liwei Zhang, Qianxiang Zhou and Zhongqi Liu, China
  Tackling autonomous driving challenges – how the design of autonomous vehicles is mirroring universal design
  Paulo Simões, Nelson Costa, Pedro Arezes, Nuno Ribeiro and Susana Costa, Portugal

Effect of improving microcirculation on diabetic foot by far infrared radiation
  Chi-Wen Lung, Yung-Sheng Lin, Yih-Kuen Jan, Yu-Chou Lo, Chien-Liang Chen and Ben-Yi Liau, Taiwan/USA

  Microinteractions of forms in web based systems usability and eye tracking metrics analysis
  Julia Falkowska, Katarzyna Zerka and Janusz Sobecki, Poland
Interdisciplinary Practice in Industrial Design II
Session 163
Tuesday, July 24
14:00 - 16:00
Interdisciplinary Practice in Industrial Design
Turks 3
  Co-Chairs:  Alisdair MacRae and Xinxiong Liu, Canada/China  
  Review of theory, key technologies of value creation in product design
  Xueman Chu and Dongxiao Chu, China
  The design conception of the parent-child education exhibition in the China Science and Technology Museum
  XiaoLin Li and Xinxiong Liu, China
  Exploring design sprints in education and practice
  Joyce Thomas, USA
  Reduction of oil uptake in rice cracker during deep fat frying
  Nuntaporn Aukkanit, Thailand
Kansei Engineering: Product Design
Session 164
Tuesday, July 24
14:00 - 16:00
Kansei Engineering
Turks 4
  Co-Chairs:  Shigekazu Ishihara, Li Ming and Lin Xingmin, Japan/China  
  Kansei engineering applied to the study of leg prosthetic cover design
  Shigekazu Ishihara, Keiko Ishihara, Kosuke Morinaga, Atsushi Kanbe and Mitsuo Nagamachi, Japan
  Research on aesthetics degree evaluation method of product form
  Li Ming and Zhang Jie, China
  Analysis of frame structure of shared bikes in mainland China
  Lin Xingmin, China
  A Kansei engineering based method for automobile family design
  Huai Cao and Yang Chen, China
  Examining the relationship between lean adoption and housing finance in Ghana
  Ibrahim Salifu Osumanu, Ghana
Cybersecurity Tools and Analytics II
Session 165
Tuesday, July 24
14:00 - 16:00
Human Factors in Cybersecurity
Turks 5
  Co-Chairs:  Wayne Patterson and Richard Steinberg, USA  
  A metric to assess cyberattacks
  Wayne Patterson, USA
  Incorporating the human into design of machine learning algorithms for cyber anomaly detection
  Richard Steinberg, USA
  A game-theoretic model of ransomware
  Nicholas Caporusso, Singhtararaksme Chea and Raied Abukhaled, USA
  Convenience or strength? Aiding optimal strategies in password generation
  Nicholas Caporusso and Michael Stainbrook, USA
  Shifting to security awareness 2.0
  Jason Hoenich, USA
  Graphical authentication schemes: Balancing amount of image distortion
  Lauren Tiller, Ashley Cain and Jeremiah Still, USA
Designing the Learning Experiences
Session 166
Tuesday, July 24
14:00 - 16:00
Human Factors in Training, Education, and Learning Sciences
Turks 6
  Co-Chairs:  Chris McClernon and Anders Gronstedt, USA  
  Enhanced pilot learning interface
  De Vere-Michael Kiss, USA
  Small world networks in education sciences
  Miguel Arcos-Argudo, Fernando Pesántez and Diego Peñaloza-Rivera, Ecuador
  Design and realization of police training testing evaluation system
  Bo Shi, China
  Design, implementation and efficiency analysis of the special degree unit as an alternative for the graduate students’ degree: UPS case study
  Miguel Arcos-Argudo and Fernando Pesántez, Ecuador
  Curriculum design based on agile methodologies
  Rodolfo Bojorque and Fernando Pesántez, Ecuador
  Refocus attention towards observing in design foundation education
  Magnus Feil and Milagros Zingoni, USA
Human Factors and Wearable Technologies IV
Session 167
Tuesday, July 24
14:00 - 16:00
Human Factors and Wearable Technologies
Caicos 1
  Co-Chairs:  Richard Garnett and Sofia Scataglini, USA/Belgium  
  Evaluating an inertial measurement unit based system for after-reach speed measurement in power press applications
  Richard Garnett, Gerald Davis, Sean Gallagher, Richard F. Sesek, Mark C. Schall, Jr. and Howard Chen, USA
  Smart clothing design issues in military applications
  Sofia Scataglini, Giuseppe Andreoni and Johan Gallant, Belgium/Italy
  Eye opener - a simulation game environment which opens the world to blind using augmented reality glasses and a smart cane
  R. T. Ashwanth, India
  Development of aid system for people with quadriplegia in Ecuador
  Eduardo Pinos and Luis Serpa-Andrade, Ecuador
  Examination of the effects of gender on occupational accidents
  Bahar Özyörük and Beste Desticioğlu, Turkey
  Design of intelligent obstacle avoidance gloves based on tactile channel
  Tongtong Zhang and Lei Zhou, China
Human Factors in Communication of Design II
Session 168
Tuesday, July 24
14:00 - 16:00
Human Factors in Communication of Design
Caicos 2
  Co-Chairs:  Anna-Lisa Osvalder and Qianqian Shangguan, Sweden/China  
  A study of semiotics: An investigation of the use of signs and symbols to provide positive shopping experience
in a cashier-less store
  Edward C. K. Hung and Kam Hung Wong, China
  Analyzing the impact of security and website design on e-shopping behavior of consumers: A case study in Pakistan
  Iqra Ilyas and Sehar Qayyum, Pakistan
  Design of mobile application interface based on brand image
  Qianqian Shangguan and Huaxiang Yuan, China
  Factors affecting legibility and readability of Philippine metropolitan bus signage
  Christina Marie Moneda, Martin Angelo Semilla, Janine Mae Gonzales and Keneth Sedilla, Philippines
  Exploring map visual cognition efficiency based on the eye movement experiment
  Shulei Zheng, Chunlei Yang, Yufen Chen and Chengshun Wang, China
  Different user groups’ experience, perception and need of spoken information in public spaces
  Anna-Lisa Osvalder and Moa Nybacka, Sweden
  New principles of visual attention and association influenced by mobile devices
  Amic Ho, China
Design for Human Diversity: Ageing
Session 169
Tuesday, July 24
14:00 - 16:00
Design for Inclusion
Caicos 3
  Co-Chairs:  Giuseppe Mincolelli and Gustavo Sevilla Cadavid, Italy/Colombia  
  Inclusive design of wearable smart objects for elder users:
Design principles for combining technical constraints and human factors
  Giuseppe Mincolelli, Michele Marchi, Lorenzo Chiari, Alessandra Costanzo, Elena Borelli, Giacomo Paolini and
  Silvia Imbesi, Italy
  Internet of things and elderly: Quantitative and qualitative benchmarking of smart objects
  Giuseppe Mincolelli, Silvia Imbesi and Michele Marchi, Italy Giuseppe Mincolelli, Silvia Imbesi, Gian Andrea Giacobone
  and Michele Marchi, Italy
  Inclusive financial services:  Promoting elder people technology acceptance
  Sarah Graciela Ventura-Basto, Carlos Aceves-Gonzalez and Rosa Rosales-Cinco, Mexico
  Use of the functional state simulator of the elderly adult to identify requirements for the design of food containers
  Johana Hoyos Ruiz and Gustavo Sevilla Cadavid, Colombia
  Using inclusive design strategies to enhance a railway station for all
  Anna-Lisa Osvalder and Moa Nybacka, Sweden
Social-Organizational Work Environment
Session 170
Tuesday, July 24
14:00 - 16:00
Human Factors in Management and Leadership
Caicos 4
  Co-Chairs:  Taimour Khalid Chaudhary and Aftab Ahmad, Poland/Pakistan  
  Impact of agility on enterprise performance in SMEs of Pakistan
  Taimour Khalid Chaudhary, Poland
  Identifying knowledge gaps for successful project leadership in construction
  Murendeni Liphadzi, Clinton Aigbavboa and Didi Thwala, South Africa
  To grow or not to grow: The strategic plan for acquisition and integration
  Pawel Michalski, Zbigniew Wisniewski and Jacek Gralewski, Poland
  Assessment of lesotho contractors development programmes
  Wellington Didibhuku Thwala, Clinton Aigbavboa and Shadrack Manama, South Africa
  Employees’ attitude changes during work support in activity-based flexible offices
  Maral Babapour and Anna-Lisa Osvalder, Sweden
  Effects of workplace stress on managers of textile industries  of developing countries: A case study from Pakistan
  Aftab Ahmad, Amjad Hussain, Mohammed Pervez Mughal, Nadeem Ahmad Mufti, Muhammad Qaiser Saleem,
  Badar Ul Islam and Hamid Mahmood Malhi, Pakistan
  Effective mentorship of graduates employees in the construction industry: A literature review
  William Nkomo, Wellington Didibhuku Thwala and Clinton Aigbavboa, South Africa
Augmented Reality
Session 171
Tuesday, July 24
14:00 - 16:00
Human Factors and Simulation
Caicos 5
  Co-Chairs:  Simon Su and Paul Havig, USA  
  Virtual Abstraction: What happens when there is no up?
  Paul Havig, USA
  Augmented reality and mission planning: A soldier's point of view
  Alexis Neigel, Sue Kase and Simon Su, USA
  Human factors for military applications of head-worn augmented reality displays
  Mark Livingston, USA
  The wide area virtual environment - An augmented reality theater for medical team training
  Alan Liu, USA
  Augmented reality in the cockpit:  Training operator aids for aviators
  R. Alberto Bernabeo, Kirk Webster and Elias Nikolaidis, UAE
  Determining the effect of object based foveated rendering on quality of simulated reality
  Varun Aggarwal and Denise Nicholson, USA
  Empathetic learning in virtual environments: The prototype
  Jessica Socorro, USA
New Research on Team Performance
Session 172
Tuesday, July 24
14:00 - 16:00
Human Error, Reliability, Resilience, and Performance
Caicos 6
  Co-Chairs:  Heather Medema and Oliver Straeter, USA/Germany  
  Measuring mutual awareness for digital human-machine interfaces: A questionnaire for simulator studies
  Kateryna Savchenko, Heather Medema, Ronald Boring and Thomas Ulrich, USA
  Using a team oriented virtual environment to support resilient team decisions
  Oliver Straeter and Kristin Meyer, Germany
  Analysis of team situation awareness errors in digital main control rooms of nuclear power plants
  Pengcheng Li, Xiaofang Li, Li Zhang, Licao Dai and Xiao Jin, China
  Defining mutual awareness: Results of reactor operator surveys on the emergence of digital technology in main control rooms
  Heather Medema, Kateryna Savchenko, Ronald Boring and Thomas Ulrich, USA
  Human error prediction using eye tracking to improvise team cohesion in human-machine teams
  Praveen Damacharla, Ahmad Javaid and Vijay Devabhaktuni, USA
  Investigation of information transition in submarine command teams
  Aaron Roberts, Neville Stanton and Kiome Pope, UK
  Human factors analysis of pediatric critical care
  Lauren Kolodzey, Sonia PInkney, Carly Warren, Mark Fan, Jessica Tomasi, Patricia Sutton, Andrea McCormick,
  Anne-Marie Guerguerian, Roxanne Kirsch, Peter Laussen and Patricia Trbovich, Canada
Systems Engineering Applications II
Session 173
Tuesday, July 24
14:00 - 16:00
Human Factors, Software, and Systems Engineering
St. Croix 1
  Co-Chairs:  Ebru Cankaya and Suad AlRamouni, USA/Saudi Arabia  
  Methods of tracking UX design value in agile it development programs
  David Dunkle, USA
  Guided terrain synthesis through distance transforms
  Caleb Holloway and Ebru Cankaya, USA
  Model for detecting the provenance of news articles
  Suad AlRamouni and Ruba Alsuhaimi, Saudi Arabia
  A rapid acquisition of anthropometric data and a new method for building large and low cost databases
  Ilker Erkan, Turkey
  Interactive analysis for learning log by automated generation of pivot table
  Konomu Dobashi, Japan
  Slot-ultra-wideband patch antenna patch antenna for wireless body area networks applications
  Javier Procel and Edgar Chuva, Ecuador
  Refreshments 16:00 - 16:30   •   Room: Grand Caribbean Ballroom
SESSION Tuesday, July 24  •  16:30-18:30
Emotion, Culture and Community II
Session 176
Tuesday, July 24
Affective and Pleasurable Design
Grand Caribbean 1
  Co-Chairs: Anton Nijholt and Shuichi Fukuda, The Netherlands/Japan  
  The determinants of perceived lighting affecting the sensation of visual privacy in public settings: A conceptual framework
  Ahwed Al Bethi and Hally ElKony, Saudi Arabia
  Emotional crowdsourcing tool design for product development: A case study using local crowds
  Shengfeng Qin and Yuxuan Zhou, UK
  Case study: How to determine if designers should be featured in a crowdfunding video clip
  Jose Rivera-Chang, USA
  Poster design in the metro public space based on the regional culture
  Yejun Yuan, China
  Research on the effect of different types of OLED screens on visual search performance and visual fatigue
  Yunhong Zhang, Yuan Lyu, Wei Li, Zhongting Wang and Jiao Li, China
  Verification of brain activity when watching TV commercials using optical topography
  Haruka Tanida and Toshikazu Kato, Japan
Aviation: Accidents and Incidents
Session 177
Tuesday, July 24
Human Factors in Transportation - Aviation
Grand Caribbean 2
  Co-Chairs:  Victoria Banks and Gabriel Edwin Santiago, UK/Philippines  
  Applying the Accimap methodology to investigate the aviation accident of Asiana Airlines 214
  Maryam Tabibzadeh and Vivek Shapeti, USA
  A historical view on mental illness in commercial aviation: The crash of Japan Airlines 350
  Daniela Schmid, Germany
  Human factors and civil helicopter accidents: An analysis using the human factors analysis and classification system (HFACs)
  Anastacio Gonçalves Filho, Carlos  Souza, Eduardo Luiz Bonecker Siqueira, Mozart Souza and Tales Pinheiro Vasconcelos,
  Intelligibility of the public address (PA) system in an international airport in the Philippines: An assessment
  Michael Angelo Patrick Cohen, Dominique Daval-Santos, Gabriel Edwin Santiago and Benette Custodio, Philippines
Trends in Neurophysiological Sensing
Session 178
Tuesday, July 24
Cognitive & Neuroergonomics 
Grand Caribbean 3
  Co-Chairs: Hasan Ayaz and Cengiz Acarturk, USA/Turkey  
  Group eye tracking (GET) paradigm for investigating interaction under social context
  Cengiz Acarturk, Turkey
  The relationship between aesthetic choices, ratings, and eye-movements
  Elif Celikors and Chris Sims, USA
  Does comfort with technology affect use of wealth management platforms? Usability testing with FNIRS and eye-tracking
  Siddharth Bhatt, Atahan Agrali, Rajneesh Suri and Hasan Ayaz, USA
  Gaze strategies can reveal the impact of source code features on the cognitive load of novice programmers
  Andreas Wulff-Jensen, Kevin Vignola Ruder, Evangelia triantafyllou and Luis Emilio Bruni, Denmark
  An investigation of human error identification based on bio-monitoring system (EEG and ECG analysis)
  Jung Hwan Kim, Young A. Suh and Man-Sung Yim, South Korea
Design for Industry and MSD
Session 179
Tuesday, July 24
Ergonomics in Design
Grand Caribbean 4
  Co-Chairs:  Mahesh Hame and Shuangshuang Zhang, India/China  
  An ergonomics analysis of workstations and tools-equipment used in the ready-to-wear clothing sector
  Özlem Kaya, Turkey
  Analysis and designs on human-oriented sanitation workers overall
  Jiahui Xu and Xiaoping Hu, China
  Study on human - machine interface design of construction machinery
  Canqun He and Shuangshuang Zhang, China
  Modernization of a chemical analysis laboratory focused on the technical analysts work - a case study in a Brazilian thermoelectric plant
  Fausto Mascia, Adson Resende and Iara Castro, Brazil
  Preliminary study on the evaluation of musculoskeletal risk of car drivers using infrared thermography
  Blanca Flores Olivares, Orlando Susarrey Huerta, Amalia Yoguez Seoane, Claudia Gutiérrez Torres and José Jiménez Bernal,
  Integrating ergonomics at design in development of continuous passive motion machine
  Mahesh Harne and Sunil Deshmukh, India
  Nightly traffic control wearables with audiovisual signals using gesture recognition
  Baosheng Wang, China
Healthcare Processes and Systems
Session 180
Tuesday, July 24
Human Factors and Ergonomics in Healthcare and Medical Devices
Grand Caribbean 5
  Co-Chairs:  Berglind Smaradottir and Joshua Gray, Norway/USA  
  User-centered design of a national medical registry for tick-borne diseases
  Berglind Fjola Smaradottir, Randi Eikeland, Harald Reiso and Rune Werner Fensli, Norway
  Smart skin flap postsurgical pre-warning mobile app design
  Shi Hui Wang, Weihong Huang, Jianzhong Hu, Lingli Peng, Ding Pan and Nvtong Huang, China
  An agile method to understand the mental model of decision making for mHealth app product selection
  Wen-Yu Chao, Vincent Duffy and Le Zhang, USA
  Ergonomic analysis of a multimedia medical content delivery system
  Goran Jakimovski and Danco Davcev, Macedonia
Global health systems: An African case study
  Joshua Gray, USA
  Research of service design for active healthcare  based on community healthcare system
  Zheng Yijing, China
  Proposal of a system for the extraction of physiological characteristics through graphology by means of a sensorized pencil
  Luis Serpa-Andrade, Vladimir Robles-Bykbaev, J. J. Pazos-Arias, Isaac Ojeda-Zamalloa and Diego Lima-Juma, Ecuador
Panel: User Experience Design in Inclusive Service Design
Session 181
Tuesday, July 24
Human Side of Service Engineering
Grand Caribbean 8
  Co-Chairs:  Debra Satterfield and Troy Abel, USA  
  Coolabilities - enhanced abilities in disabling conditions
  Chally Grundwag, USA
Emotional method cards for healthcare workers
  Maria Miller, USA
  Online education for the victims of the American criminal justice system
  Sebastian Kelle, USA
  Diversity and inclusion in the large enterprise
  Christine White, USA
  Beyond usability: Making the case for idiosyncratic and marginalized audience participation in mainstream usability research
  Troy Abel, USA
  Inclusion of autistic voices: Strategies to navigate the grey area of informed consent
  Andrew Colombo-Dougovito, USA
  Building representative models of multichannel user engagements in order to facilitate accessible, inclusive service design
  Ryan Kirk and Miguel Ludert, USA
Organizational Issues in Safety Management
Session 182
Tuesday, July 24
Safety Management and Human Factors
Grand Caribbean 9
  Co-Chairs:   Filipa Carvalho and Mehmet Emin Aydin, Portugal/Turkey   
  The role and tasks of occupational health competent persons in Malaysia
  Mohd Nur Ikhwan Shafiee, Shahronizam Noordin, Tengku Hizir Tengku Abdul Rashid, Siti Nazhatul Marina Mior Iskandar,
  Rabaayah Daud, Ridzwan Che Rus, Nimi Ahmad,  Shawaludin Husin, Muhammad Salahuddin Abdul Majid, Norafiza Saim,
  Zulfadhli Suhaili,Mohd Hussin Abdul Salam and Muhammad Ifwat Ahmad, Malaysia
  Thinking differently about organizational learning and knowledge management in safety and human factors management
  Natalie Skeepers, South Africa
  Study on the related problems of the organizational factors of behavioral safety
  Runze Jiao and Xuebo Chen, China
Perception of requirement safety training regarding identification of hazards among teachers in school of Kelantan
  Nurul Husna Che Hassan, Ahmad Rasdan Ismail, Nor Kamilah Makhtar, Khairul Azhar Md Daud, Suriatini Ismail and
  Mohd Firdaus Mahamad Ali, Malaysia
  Reducing injuries by applying behavior based safety
  Mohammad Shahriari and Mehmet Emin Aydin, Turkey
  Management of public safety protocols through design thinking canvas
  Walter Franklin Marques Correia, Sergio Ximenes and Marina Barros, Brazil
Ergonomics Evaluations in Industry
Session 183
Tuesday, July 24
Physical Ergonomics & Human Factors
Grand Caribbean 10
  Co-Chairs:  Arunkumar Doreswamy and Marco Vinicio Vásquez Cabrera, India/Ecuador  
  Ergonomic evaluation tools associated with biomechanical risk factors in work activities: Review of literature
  Maria Jose Gonzalez, Fernanda Maradei and Clara Lopez, Colombia
  Determination of lifting index for paddy storage activity performed by farm women
  Mira Kalita, Ruplekha Borah and Nandita Bhattacharyya, India
  Computational feedback tool for muscular rehabilitation based in quantitative analysis of SEMG signals
  Carlos Eduardo Quizhpe Cárdenas, Francisco Javier Ortiz Ortiz, Freddy Leonardo Bueno Palomeque and
  Marco Vinicio Vásquez Cabrera, Ecuador
  Implementation of rapid upper limb assessment technique in automotive parts manufacturing industry - A case study
  Skanda Moda Gururajarao and Arunkumar Doreswamy, India
  Ergonomic evaluation of daily activities of women in a community in highland Ecuador
  Thalia San Antonio, Anita Larrea, Alejandra Lascano and Jenet Urrutia, Ecuador
Manual handling in fish port: An ergonomic assessment on the porters "Kargadors" in Navotas fishing port complex
  Fatima Mae Luto, Angelica Asuncion, Francine Gail de Guzman and Keneth Sedilla, Philippines
  Ergonomic evaluation’s contribution in a technological innovation process of meat boning’s work environments abstract
  Ana Oliveira, Antonio Xavier and Ariel Michaloski, Brazil
Eco-Driving, Electric Hybrid and Autonomous Vehicles
Session 184
Tuesday, July 24
Human Factors in Transportation - Road & Rail
Grand Caribbean 11
  Co-Chairs:  Denis Coelho and Rich McIlroy, UK/Portugal  
  Using cognitive work analysis to inform policy recommendations to support fuel-efficient driving
  Craig Allison and Neville Stanton, UK
  With a little help from my government – a user perspective on state support for electric vehicles
  Ralf Philipsen, Teresa Schmidt, Waldemar Brost, Teresa Funke and Martina Ziefle, Germany
  Electric and hybrid vehicles crash test protocol improvements
  Oriol Amor and Nuria Parera, Spain
  Electric vehicle parking system expectation in shanghai, China: An integrated approach
  Xinyu Yang and Jianxin Cheng, China
  Is there bright future for autonomous vehicles?
  Petr Zamecnik, Darina Havlickova, Veronika Kureckova, Vit Gabrhel and Pavel Rezac, Czech Republic
  Millennials and autonomous vehicles
  Petr Zamecnik, Darina Havlickova, Veronika Kureckova and Vit Gabrhel, Czech Republic
Interfaces and Interaction III
Session 185
Tuesday, July 24
Human Factors in Transportation - Road & Rail 
Grand Caribbean 12
  Co-Chairs:  Kirsten Revell and Deborah McAvoy, UK/USA  
  How acceptable is it to monitor driver state? Using the UTAUT model to analyse drivers’ perceptions towards the system
  Vadim Melnicuk, Stewart Birrell, Simon Thompson and Paul Jennings, UK
  Effect of different information push mechanism on agricultural machinery driver’s situation awareness
  Zheng Bowen, Jin Xiaoping, Pei Yeqing and Li Haoyang, China
  Exploring the usability of a connected autonomous vehicle human machine interface designed for older adults
  Phillip Morgan, Alexandra Voinescu, Praminda Caleb-Solly and Chris Alford, UK
  Impact of interactive voice response based handheld device on driving behavior
  Mubasher Mian, Syed Waqar Jaffry, Asma Maqsood, Mehr Un Nisa Khalid, Sabeen Mustafa and Shafaq Mehboob, Pakistan
  Human-machine interface system for motorcyclists: quantification of total reliability as human-machine system
  Joohyeong Lee, Ikumi Ozaki, Saya Kishino, Keisuke Suzuki and Masumi Nakajima, Japan
  Visual-manual task analysis framework
  Peter Bengtsson and Robert Broström, Sweden
Social and Occupational Ergonomics: Evaluation, Optimization and Job Design
Session 186
Tuesday, July 24
Social & Occupational Ergonomics
Turks 1
  Co-Chairs: Maud Gonella and Alessio Silvetti, Canada/Italy  
  Evaluating training for manual handling in the workplace
  Maud Gonella, Denys Denis, Marie Comeau and Martin Lauzier, Canada
  Optimizing the workstation of a dentist
  Yassaman Khodadadeh and Elnaz Najafi, Iran
  Job design and ergonomic risk in administrative jobs
  Oswaldo Jara,  Esteban Carrera,  Pablo Davila and Fanny Ballesteros, Ecuador
  Prevalence of repetitive strain injury (RSI) and its associated factors among data entry workers in Malaysia
  Titi Rahmawati Hamedon and Ming Keong Wan, Malaysia
  Biomechanical risk assessment of pathologist in the morgue
  Alessio Silvetti, Adriano Papale, Luigi Cipolloni, Simona Vittorio and Francesco Draicchio, Italy
  The case for paternity leave in Ghana: Imperatives and implications for gender parity
  Olivia Anku-Tsede, Michael Asiedu Gyensare, Elisha Elikplim Kunu and Lucky Enyonam Kumedzro, Ghana
  Workplace and sexual harassment: A time to take a second look at the law
  Olivia Anku-Tsede, Ghana
Ergonomics in Building and Architecture II
Session 187
Tuesday, July 24
Human Factors, Sustainable Urban Planning and Infrastructure
Turks 2
  Co-Chairs: Wojciech Bonenberg and Jerzy Charytonowicz, Poland  
  The latitudinal vomitories at the stadium stands  - the new concept versus classical solutions
  Zdzislaw Pelczarski, Poland
  Accessibility of the open public space in cities
  Roman Czajka and Alicja Maciejko, Poland
  Civil projects (participatory), company funds and small grants as factors integrating local communities
  Jerzy Charytonowicz and Alicja Maciejko, Poland
  Ergonomics in functional and spatial shaping of bedrooms
  Przemyslaw Nowakowski, Poland
  Cultural characteristics as key factors in the management process of Chinese scenic landscape parks
  Lin li, China
  From industry 4.0 to nature 4.0 – sustainable infrastructure evolution by design
  Leszek Świątek, Poland
Human Factors, Sustainable Urban Planning and Infrastructure III
Session 188
Tuesday, July 24
Human Factors, Sustainable Urban Planning and Infrastructure
Turks 3
  Co-Chairs:  Rafał Radziewicz-Winnicki, Klaudiusz Fross and Katarzyna Ujma-Wasowicz, Poland  
  Kurdish garden as an example for Middle East botanical garden, new approach and aspect
  Kardo N. Kareem, Wojciech Bonenberg and Bahram K. Maulood, Poland/Iraq
  The improvement of the quality of public spaces on the example of student competition designs: A case study
  Rafał Radziewicz-Winnicki, Poland
  Space architecture
  Klaudiusz Fross and Maria Biela-Zasadzka, Poland
  Opportunities and treats of Polish smart cities
  Robert Masztalski, Poland
  Structural system for development of scenic, historical landscape parks in China
  Wojciech Bonenberg, Teresa Bardzinska-Bonenberg and Shoufang Liu, Poland
  Assessment of parking demand in the central business district of Lahore
  Ammad Arshad, Irum Sanaullah, Amna Chaudhry and Hina Saleemi, Pakistan
Human Factors in Sports, Injury Prevention and Outdoor Recreation I
Session 189
Tuesday, July 24
Human Factors in Sports, Injury Prevention and Outdoor Recreation
Turks 4
  Co-Chairs:  Chi-Wen Lung and Akhiro Ito, Taiwan/Japan  
  Three-dimensional elastography gradient of the plantar soft tissue: Methodology and preliminary study
  Ben-Yi  Liau, Chien-Liang Chen, Yih-Kuen Jan, Hsin-Ying Chiu, Yu-Wen Huang and Chi-Wen Lung, Taiwan/USA
  Risk analysis in mountain bike, using questionnaire and event tree analysis
  Rodrigo Dominguez, Chile
  A combined scientific and industrial approach for innovative acquisition, analysis and assessment for enhanced bobsled performance
  Thomas Peeters, Michiel Van de Velde, Erik Haring, Jochen Vleugels, Koen Beyers, Raman Garimella and Steven Truijen,
  Measuring tactics of taking the ball away from the defender in Japanese Football League
  Michiko Miyamoto and Yuji Kaneki, Japan
  Proposing a model to catch the momentum of games: Visualization of momentum in Japanese professional baseball
  Akihiro Ito and Michiko Miyamoto, Japan
Artificial Intelligence and Social Computing III
Session 190
Tuesday, July 24
Human Factors in Artificial Intelligence and Social Computing 
Turks 5
  Co-Chairs:  Javed Anjum Sheikh and Pranavi Jalapati, Pakistan/India  
  Recommender system of mobile applications for language therapy based on deep learning techniques
  Diego Quisi-Peralta, Liliana Chaglla-Rodriguez, Vladimir Robles-Bykbaev, Martin López-Nores, Jorge Galan-Mena and
  Daniel Pulla, Ecuador
  Smart poster implementation on travel using NFC tags
  Satya Naraparaju and Pranavi Jalapati, India
  Self-driving cars in Pakistan's perspective
  Javed Anjum Sheikh, Zaib Unnisa,  Zunaira Akhtar, Hajra Riaz and Tehreem Zulfiqar, Pakistan
  Software architecture and design using model–view–controller (MVC)
  Muhammad Sajid Mehmood, Pakistan
  Development of structure for speaker emotional condition identification system
  Mykyta Klymenko, Ukraine
  Hierarchical clustering for collaborative filtering recommender systems
  César Andrés Inga Chalco, Rodolfo Bojorque and Remigio Hurtado, Ecuador
Inclusive Approaches in Interdisciplinary Design Education
Session 191
Tuesday, July 24
Interdisciplinary Practice in Industrial Design 
Turks 6
  Co-Chairs:  Scott Shim and Adam Feld, USA  
  Design education as an inclusive approach
  Scott Shim, USA
  Trans-disciplinarity as a core value: The Richmond Institute for Design and Innovation
  Michael Elwell, USA
  Everyday design: A participatory/co-design experience
  Adam Feld, USA
  Collaborative learning in industrial design
  Hector Silva, USA
Interactive Multimedia and eLearning
Session 192
Tuesday, July 24
Human Factors in Training, Education, and Learning Sciences
St. Croix 1
  Co-Chairs:  Salman Nazir and Michele Della Ventura, Norway/Italy  
  Computer supported collaborative learning: An intervention for maritime education and training
  Amit Sharma, Salman Nazir, Astrid Camilla Wiig, Charlott Sellberg, Marius Imset and Steven Mallam, Norway
  Managing design and ergonomics at the macro level:  The design policies
  Rita Almendra, Portugal
  Participant training for a flight test evaluation of interval management
  Roy Roper, Brian Baxley, Kurt Swieringa and Clay Hubbs, USA
  Using Twitter to enhance the students’ skills: Motivation - a disregarded factor in educational design
  Michele Della Ventura, Italy
  Conceptual description of the Key determinants of effective monitoring and evaluation system
  Callistus Tengan, Clinton Aigbavboa and Willington Didibhuku Thwala, South Africa
  Effectiveness of enhancing classroom by using augmented reality technology
  Kunyanuth Kularbphettong, Thailand
Design for Inclusive Transportation
Session 193
Tuesday, July 24
Design for Inclusion
St. Croix 2
  Co-Chairs:  Carlos Aceves-Gonzalez and Brianna Posadas, Mexico/USA  
  Developing personas with disabilities to aide in the design of accessible automotive systems
  Julian Brinkley, Brianna Posadas, Julia Woodward, Shaundra Daily and Juan Gilbert, USA
  Towards accessible and inclusive public transport services - a survey on needs of passengers with reduced mobility in the Poznań metropolitan area
  Beata Starzyńska, Agnieszka Kujawińska, Marta Grabowska and Jacek Diakun, Poland
  Understanding the experience of teenagers as bus passengers for the designing of a more inclusive bus service
  Stephanie Daphne Prado-Jiménez, Karina Selene Almaraz-Gonzalez, Carlos Aceves-Gonzalez and
  Zuli T. Galindo-Estupiñan, Mexico
  Managing inclusive technologies
  Anna Szopa, Poland
  Inclusive smart parking:  Usability analysis of digital parking meter from the perspective of younger and elder users
  Andrea Alejandra Tejada-Gutiérrez, Paula Raquel González-Torres, Ileana María Chávez-Sánchez and
  Carlos Aceves-Gonzalez, Mexico
  Design of a low-cost wheelchair for open-source platform
  Alberto Rossa-Sierra, Cecilia Landa and Omar Jiménez López, Mexico
CCDM Symposium
Session 194
Tuesday, July 24
Cross-Cultural Decision Making
St. Croix 3
  Co- Chairs: Mark Hoffman and Atsuo Murata, USA/Japan  
Virtual Reality and Digital Environments in Design
Session 195
Monday, July 23
10:30 - 12:30
Ergonomics in Design
Caicos 1
  Co-Chairs: Francisco Rebelo and Yanick Trindade, Portugal    
  Evaluation of 3D crosswalks design: A pilot study
  Francisco Rebelo, Diogo Cerqueira, Inês Freixinho and Paulo Noriega, Portugal
  Affordances on route selection in an emergency situation: A pilot study with children
  Paulo Noriega, Ines Santos, Vitória Gameiro, Elisângela Vilar and Francisco Rebelo, Portugal
  Alternative realities in interstellar storytelling: Viewer cognitive reading and screen depiction
  Carlos Figueiredo and Inês Coimbra, Portugal
  Digital ergonomics: Understanding the bridges to the digital world
  Gianni Montagna and Luís Santos, Portugal
A framework to use virtual reality for behavior change to promote safety and health at work
  Francisco Rebelo, José Veronesi and Paulo Noriega, Portugal
Relation between shocking images and gamers/ non-gamers
  Nuno Graça, Paulo Noriega and Francisco Rebelo, Portugal
Emotions appraisal with face reading in a touristic virtual environment prototype
  Yanick Trindade, Francisco Rebelo and Paulo Noriega, Portugal
Modelling and Systems in Occupational Ergonomics
Session 196
Monday, July 23
10:30 - 12:30
Social & Occupational Ergonomics
Caicos 2
  Co-Chairs:  Zbigniew Wisniewski and Aleksandra Polak-Sopinska, Poland  
Dynamics of resistance in the change process
  Zbigniew Wisniewski, Aleksandra Polak-Sopinska and Malgorzata Wisniewska, Poland
  Workplace adjustments for people with disabilities. A case study for a shop assistant in a clothing store
  Aleksandra Polak-Sopinska, Anna Maczewska, Paulina Krasoń and Piotr Sopinski, Poland
  The concept of teaching modeling and simulation of manufacturing systems
  Anna Maczewska, Aleksandra Polak-Sopinska and Paulina Krasoń, Poland
  Methods for assessing the effectiveness of language learning - a comparative study
  Zbigniew Wisniewski and Adrianna Kozlowska, Poland
  Mature workers in the logistic sector: Workplace adjustment
  Magdalena Wrobel-Lachowska and Aleksandra Polak-Sopinska, Poland
  A finite element model based parametric study of plug muffler installed on agricultural tractors for noise attenuation
  Virendra Kumar Tewari and Naveen Kumar, India
  A look at the ergonomic situation of the bakery industry in the city of Quito
  Esteban Carrera, Oswaldo Jara, Pablo Davila, Fanny Ballesteros and Pablo Suasnavas, Ecuador
Human Factors in Aging and Gerontology
Session 197
Monday, July 23
10:30 - 12:30
Human Factors in Aging and Gerontology 
Caicos 3
  Co-Chairs:  Annika Johnsen and Takashi Sakamoto, Germany/Japan  
  Requirements for assisting senior cyclists – an integrative approach
  Annika Johnsen, Germany
  Colors of handrails considering the visibility of elderly people:  An experimental evaluation using handrail photographs
  Takashi Sakamoto, Japan
  Driving a vehicle with dementia?
  Veronika Kureckova, Pavel Rezac, Petr Zamecnik and Martina Trepacova, Czech Republic
  The effects of website white space on elders
  Chih-Hsiang Ko and Yu-Chun Liu, Taiwan

 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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