AHFE 2018 - Final Program
 
 
Final Program  

The AHFE 2018 Final 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:  30 June 2018.
   DETAILED FINAL TECHNICAL PROGRAM:
 

 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 Wednesday, July 25   •   8:00 - 10:00
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167
New Flight Deck Concepts and Interfaces
Session 167
Wednesday, July 25
8:00 - 10:00
AVI
Human Factors in Transportation - Aviation 
Grand Caribbean 1
  Co-Chairs:  James Huddlestone and Max Friedrich, UK/Germany    
  Development of a status display for supervisory control of multiple remotely piloted aircraft operated in controlled airspace
  Max Friedrich, Germany
  Aircraft controllability and primary flight displays
  Knut Lande, Norway
   
  On the complexity of loss of control in aviation
  Tiziano Bernard, USA
   
  Flight deck optimization for a future SESAR / NEXTGEN operating environment
  James Blundell, John Huddlestone, Steve Scott and Rodney Sears, UK
   
  Presentation format effects on information integration under time pressure: Evidences from a state identification task scenario
  Ningyue Peng and Chengqi Xue, China
     
168
Brain-Computer Interface for Rehabilitation and Neuroergonomics
Session 168
Wednesday, July 25
8:00 - 10:00
CN
Cognitive & Neuroergonomics
Grand Caribbean 2
  Co-Chairs: Hasan Ayaz and Erik Haring, USA/Belgium    
  A proof of concept that stroke patients can steer a robotic system at paretic side with myo-electric signals
  Stijn Verwulgen, Wim Saeys, Lex Biemans, Annelies Goossens, Gido Grooten, Joris Ketting, Aurelie VanIseghem, Brecht Vermeesch, Erik Haring, Kristof Vaes and Steven Truijen, Belgium
  Implementing the horizontal vestibular ocular reflex test while using an eye tracker as an assessment tool for concussions diagnosis
  Atefeh Katrahmani and Matthew Romoser, USA
  How does the mobile phone PPI design affect the visual acuity with the change of viewing distance
  Yunhong Zhang, Wei Li and Jinhong Ding, China
     
169
Innovative Medical Devices
Session 169
Wednesday, July 25
8:00 - 10:00
EHMD
Human Factors and Ergonomics in Healthcare and Medical Devices
Grand Caribbean 3
  Co-Chairs:  Hideyuki Okano and Kosuke Morinaga, Japan    
  Measurement of prevention effect to leg swelling with partially pressure socks
  Kosuke Morinaga and Shigekazu Ishihara, Japan
   
  Design and development of a medical device (artificial ganglio) for aids in the treatment of lymphedema
  Gabriela Durán-Aguilar, Alberto Rossa-Sierra and Fabiola Cortes Chavez, Mexico
  Soft-brush: A novel tendon driven tactile stimulator for affective touch in children with autism
  Zhaobo Zheng, Dayi Bian, Amy Swanson, Amy Weitlauf, Zachary Warren and Nilanjan Sarkar, USA
   
  Squatting support device for labor
  Ghi-Hwei Kao, T. K. Philip Hwang Hwang, Yi Lin and Yu-Ching Lin, Taiwan
   
  On modeling the stress/shock effect in an artificial cognitive system
  Olga Chernavskaya and Yaroslav Rozhylo, Russia
   
  Evaluation of the hemodynamic effects of AC magnetic field exposure by measurement of an FMD and a microscope
  Tsukasa Kondo, Hideyuki Okano, Hiromi Ishiwatari and Keiichi Watanuki, Japan
     
170
Ergonomics and Safety I
Session 170
Wednesday, July 25
8:00 - 10:00
SMHF
Safety Management and Human Factors
Grand Caribbean 4
  Co-Chairs: Esteban Peña-Pitarch and Nicola Francesco Lopomo, Spain/Italy    
  Visibilization of hidden characteristics of firefighting tasks and factors predictive of firefighters’ work-related musculoskeletal disorders
  Mohammed-Aminu Sanda and Justice Wiredu, Ghana
  Comparison finger angles after stroke vs healthy hand
  Esteban Peña-Pitarch, Jordi Vives Costa, Neus Tico-Falguera, Anas Al Omar and Iñaki Alcelay-Larión and, Spain
  Occupational stress inventory (OSI) for ergonomic evaluation of work stress among VDT operators
  Namrata Arora Charpe and Stuti Gupta, India
   
  OHSAS 18001 certification as leadership commitment factor for improvement of the safety management performance in a mining company
  Ana Paula Ferreira Martins Pignaton, Marcelo Oliveira, Camilla Carneiro and Aglei Duques, Brazil
  A study on preventing runaway reaction of batch reactor by installing the safety instrumented system (SIS)
  Hyung-Sub Lee, In-Su Han and Jong-Bae Baek, South Korea
  Occupational exposure to bioaerosols in the waste sorting industry – characterization of bacteria and fungi in air, surfaces and operators
  Marta Vasconcelos Pinto, Vânia Santos and João Paulo Figueiredo, Portugal
     
171
Evaluation Methods
Session 171
Wednesday, July 25
8:00 - 10:00
PEHF
Physical Ergonomics & Human Factors
Grand Caribbean 5
  Co-Chairs:  Chih-Yang Lin and Robin Lawrence Cruz, Philippines/USA    
  Research on comparison experiment of visual fatigue caused by smart TV and micro-projector
  Zhongting Wang, Ling Luo, Linghua Ran and Shaojun Zhang, China
   
  Steel surface defects detection based on deep learning
  Wei-Yang Lin, Chih-Yang Lin, Guan-Shou Chen and Chao-Yung Hsu, Taiwan, Taiwan
   
  Ergonomic risk assessment for the prolonged usage of smartphones on students
  Jannie Lou Canaria, John Bernard Croox, Adam Hans Dayao, John Russel Macatangay, Ryan Vinluan and
  Lizbeth Mariano, Philippines
  Research on the characteristic and gender differences in adult hand shape in China
  Jing Zhao, Zhao Chao, Zhang Fan, Haitao Wang, Gang Wu and Wenxing Ding, China
   
  An ergonomic assessment of the Philippine kalesa
  Robin Lawrence Cruz, Marian Nicole Inocencio, Moreen Ann Montefalcon and Alyssa Jean Portus, Philippines
  The effects of lumbar tissue elongation on lumbar-pelvic motion rhythm
  Boyi Hu, USA
   
     
172
Modelling Drivers and Driving
Session 172
Wednesday, July 25
8:00 - 10:00
RR
Human Factors in Transportation - Road & Rail
Grand Caribbean 8
  Co-Chairs:  Aaron Roberts and Dave Kaber, UK/USA    
  Cognitive driver behavior modeling: Influence of personality and driver characteristics on driver behavior
  Manuela Witt, Lei Wang, Felix Fahrenkrog, Klaus Kompaß and Günther Prokop, Germany
  Measurement of an occupant's lateral motion by using the inertial measurement unit
  Sunwoong Kim, Yong-Man Kim, Sok-Min Choi Yoon Hyuk Kim and Won-Man Park, South Korea
   
  Assessing the integration of driving behavior and ergonomics in  virtual environment: Developing a transactional framework
  Praveen Maghelal and Kinda Khalaf, UAE
  Generalized estimating equation models based on recursive partitioning in distracted driving
  Hyoshin Park and Nigel Pugh, USA
   
  Evaluation of the performance of random forests technique in predicting the severity of road traffic accidents
  Salah Taamneh and Madhar Taamneh, Jordan
     
173
Automated Driving I
Session 173
Wednesday, July 25
8:00 - 10:00
RR
Human Factors in Transportation - Road & Rail
Grand Caribbean 9
  Co-Chairs:  Neville Stanton and Jediah Clark, UK     
  Handover assist in highly automated vehicles: How vocal communication guides visual attention
  Jediah Clark, Neville Stanton and Kirsten Revell, UK
   
  Role of artificial intelligence in car-following and lane change models for autonomous driving
  Ata Khan, Canada
   
  Autonomous driving cars: Future prospects, obstacles, user acceptance and public opinion
  Sibashis Parida, Matthias Franz, Sylvester Abanteriba and Sai Satish Chandra Mallavarapu, Germany
  Carriage without a driver – user requirements for intelligent autonomous mobility services
   Ralf Philipsen, Teresa Brell and Martina Ziefle, Germany
   
     
174
Human Factors, Sustainable Urban Planning and Infrastructure IV
Session 174
Wednesday, July 25
8:00 - 10:00
SUPI
Human Factors, Sustainable Urban Planning and Infrastructure
Grand Caribbean 10
  Co-Chairs:  Donatella Radogna and Mo Zhou, Italy/Poland    
  How vertical farming influences urban landscape architecture and sustainable urban developments
  Mo Zhou, Wojciech Bonenberg, Xia Wei and Shoufang Liu, Poland/China
   
  Public space projects in the open areas
  Alicja Maciejko and Roman Czajka, Poland
   
Sound and form in public spaces of contemporary hotels
  Joanna Jablonska, Elzbieta Trocka-Leszczynska and Romuald Tarczewski, Poland
   
  Resilience in housing regeneration for a smart city model
  Donatella Radogna and Manuela Romano, Italy
   
  The path impact of the underclass group's entrepreneurial behavior in the process of urbanization
  Lu Han and Helen Bao, China
   
     
175
User Experience and Visualization in Automotive Industry
Session 175
Wednesday, July 25
8:00 - 10:00
UUE
Usability and User Experience
Grand Caribbean 11
Co-Chairs:  Robert Broström and Bo Ouyang, Sweden/China    
Drivers quickly trust autonomous cars
  Robert Broström, Annie Rydström and Christoffer Kopp, Sweden
   
Scenario-based user experience research in automobile interior lighting innovation
  Bo Ouyang and Yun He, China
   
Usability research of in-vehicle 3D interactive gestures
  Zhang Qin and Tan Hao, China
   
A study on the application of voice interaction in automotive HMI experience design
  Xiemin Huang and Zhaohui Huang, China
   
Navigating Google Street View Tour with different map visualizations: A user experience study
  Guanlong Li and Yueqing Li, USA
   
   
176
Human Factors in Sports, Injury Prevention and Outdoor Recreation II
Session 176
Wednesday, July 25
8:00 - 10:00
SIPOR
Human Factors in Sports, Injury Prevention and Outdoor Recreation
Grand Caribbean 12
Co-Chairs:  Jeroen Bergmann and Paula Stenzler, UK/USA    
Recruitment, mentorship, and retention of young referees in amateur sport
  Nathan Pinder and Shane Pinder, Canada
   
Federal legislation: Regulation of ride system G-forces versus amusement industry autonomy: Designing for human endurance
  Paula Stenzler, USA
Unobtrusive bioanalytics for impact–related sport activities
  William Davies, Hua Ye and Jeroen Bergmann, UK
   
Design of modified altitude training masks with additional vents
  Sourya Gubbala, Vijay Goruntla, Pramod Sukhavasi and Yueqing Li, USA
   
   
177
Human Factors, Business Management and Society IV
Session 177
Wednesday, July 25
8:00 - 10:00
HFBMS
Human Factors, Business Management and Society
Turks 1
Co-Chairs:  Ana María Vallina-Hernández and Malgorzata Wisniewska, Chile/Poland    
Analysis econometrics of the factors that strengthen the position of the small mining producers in Chile
  Ana María Vallina-Hernández, Daniel Josué Möder-Armijo, Sebastián Tomás Moya-Camus and Hanns de la Fuente-Mella, Chile
The relationship between knowledge security and the propagation of innovation
  Malgorzata Wisniewska and Zbigniew Wisniewski, Poland
   
Comprehensive internationalization at HAN University of Applied Sciences. Curriculum, co-curriculum, and learning outcomes
  Florentin Popescu and Erna Helsen, The Netherlands
Appraising the linkages between NPD team climate and organizational trust through transformational leadership
  Asiya Kazmi, Marja Naaranoja, Juha Kytola and Jussi Kantola, Finland
Relationship between firm’s performance and factors involved in the selection of innovation providers
  Afnan Zafar and Jussi Kantola, Finland
   
A study of correlation analysis between safety climate and accident rate in workplace
  Suya Jeon, Chu Chang Yeop and Jong-Bae Baek, South Korea
   
Neural correlates of communication effectiveness: How perceived popularity affects comprehension
  Merrill Liechty and Robert Phillips, USA
   
   
178
Management of Productivity in Smart Manufacturing/Industry 4.0
Session 178
Wednesday, July 25
8:00 - 10:00
SYSI
Human Factors and Systems Interaction
Turks 2
Co-Chairs:  Tim Jeske and Sven Hinrichsen, Germany    
Opportunities of digitalization for productivity management
  Tim Jeske, Marc-André Weber, Marlene Würfels, Frank Lennings and Sascha Stowasser, Germany
   
How digital assistance systems improve work productivity in assembly
  Sven Hinrichsen and Sven Bendzioch, Germany
   
Human work design: Modern approaches for designing ergonomic and productive work in times of digital transformation - an international perspective
  Martin Benter and Peter Kuhlang, Germany
Socio-technical capability assessment to support implementation of cyber-physical production systems in line with people and organization
  Fabian Nöhring, René Wöstmann, Tobias Wienzek and Jochen Deuse, Germany
Competences and competence development in a digitized world of work
  Kathrin Schnalzer, Walter Ganz and Bernd Dworschak, Germany
   
The challenges of globalization concerning European identity and urban development
  Fabrizio Fornari, Italy
   
   
179
Assistive Technology I
Session 179
Wednesday, July 25
8:00 - 10:00
HFAT
Human Factors and Assistive Technology
Turks 3
Co-Chairs:  Anne-Marie Hebert and Mila Stepanovic, Canada/Italy    
Reducing scanning keyboard input errors with extended start dwell-time
  Frode Eika Sandnes, Evelyn Eika and Fausto Orsi Medola, Norway
   
Towards a macroscopic view of using an assistive technology for mobility for its development: Assessing users’ and co-users’ experience
  Anne-Marie Hebert, Philippe Archambault and Dahlia Kairy, Canada
An exploratory study of closed captioning / subtitles and affect
  Nicole Snell, USA
   
Designing and creating a prototype of robotic skeleton systems for computerized lower limb prosthesis
 Yatip Auarmorn, Nantakrit Yodpijit and Manutchanok Jongprasithporn, Thailand
   
Digitalize limits for increased capability: Technology to overcome human mechanisms
  Mila Stepanovic and Venere Ferraro, Italy
   
Multimedia repository for speech and language therapy based on ontologies
  Diego Quisi-Peralta, Martin López-Nores, Vladimir Robles-Bykbaev, Daniel Calle-Lopez and
  Liliana Chaglla-Rodriguez, Ecuador
   
180
Future of Training, Education and Learning Sciences
Session 180
Wednesday, July 25
8:00 - 10:00
TELS
Human Factors in Training, Education, and Learning Sciences
Turks 4
Co-Chairs:  Igor Škorić and Jennifer Smith, Croatia/Canada    
Inspirational messages to motivate students: A human centered smartphone application for stress relieve
  Saad Almesalm, Lucas Stephane and Mohammad Algarni, USA
"Step into the future" program as the system of non-formal research education in Russia
  Alexander Karpov, Russia
   
Sense and sensibility in fashion design education
  Ines Simoes, Mario Ribeiro da Silva and Nuno Nogueira, Portugal
   
Experimental investigation of the retention of emergency egress competence acquired in a virtual environment
  Jennifer Smith, Kyle Doody and Brian Veitch, Canada
Learning to code and collaborate in a web environment
  Igor Škorić, Tihomir Orehovački and Marina Ivašić-Kos, Croatia
   
Technological issues in lessons preparation: The interactive whiteboards (IWB) as a pedagogical tool in teaching aviation engineering courses
  R. Alberto Bernabeo and Kirk Webster, UAE
   
181
Design for Inclusive Education
Session 181
Wednesday, July 25
8:00 - 10:00
DI
Design for Inclusion
Turks 5
Co-Chairs:  Zuzana Ceresnova and Azam Majooni, Slovakia/USA    
An eye-tracking study on usability and efficiency of blackboard platform
  Amir Akhavan, Azam Majooni and Dietmar Offenhuber, USA
   
Case studies of inclusive higher education in Norway, Sweden and Slovakia
  Zuzana Ceresnova and Lea Rollova, Slovakia
   
Promoting digital accessibility with MOOCS and OERS
  Christophe Strobbe and Gottfried  Zimmermann, Germany
   
Teaching an innovative E-learning design program for visually impaired students
  Theresa Lobo and Cristina Caldeira, USA
   
Braille cursor: An innovative and affordable refreshable braille display designed for inclusion
  Daniele Leonardis and Claudio Loconsole, Italy
   
   
182
Organizational Complexity and Leadership Management
Session 182
Wednesday, July 25
8:00 - 10:00
HFML
Human Factors in Management and Leadership
Turks 6
Co-Chairs:  Valerie Rice and Christian Vocke, USA/Germany    
Investigating human resource roles in research-based university: An evidence from Malaysia
  Azlineer Sarip, Roziana Shaari and Mohamad Abdillah Royo, Malaysia 
   
Predictive analytics for leadership assessment
  Johan de Heer and Paul Porskamp, The Netherlands
   
Risk based thinking – new approach for modern enterprises’ management
  Hana Pacaiova and Anna Nagyova, Slovakia
   
Resilient and mindful organizations
  Valerie Rice and Paul Schroeder, USA
   
Transforming to an agile enterprise - how to handle the challenge of organizational ambidexterity
  Wilhelm Bauer and Christian Vocke, Germany
   
What do they do? A taxonomy of team leader interventions in various meeting scenarios
  Peter Bengtsson, Kjell Ledin and Tore Ärlemalm, Sweden
   
Inspiring European small and medium enterprise (SME) sector by inserting effective business transfer process
  Asiya Kazmi and Marja Naaranoja, Finland
   
183
Human Interaction with Unmanned Aerial Systems
Session 183
Wednesday, July 25
8:00 - 10:00
HFRUS
Human Factors in Robots and Unmanned Systems
Caicos 1
Co-Chairs:  Anna Trujillo and Lynne Martin, USA    
Operator trust function for predicted drone arrival
  Anna Trujillo, USA
   
Traditional vs gesture based UAV control
  Brian Sanders, Dennis Vincenz, Sam Holley and Yuzhong Shen, USA
   
Investigation of unmanned aerial vehicle routes to fulfill power line management tasks
  Gunta Strupka and Ivars Rankis, Latvia
   
Establishing a variable automation paradigm for UAV-based reconnaissance in manned-unmanned teaming missions: Experimental evaluation and results
  Christian Ruf, Germany
Information displays and crew configurations for UTM operations
  Quang V. Dao, Lynne Martin, Joey Mercer, Cynthia Wolter, Ashley Gomez and Jeffrey Homola, USA
   
Don't look down! A comparison between augmented reality platforms for commercial small unmanned aircraft systems operations
  Durant Bridges, USA
   
184
Kansei Engineering in VR, AI and HCI
Session 184
Wednesday, July 25
8:00 - 10:00
KE
Kansei Engineering
Caicos 2
Co-Chairs:   Masashi Murakami and Shigekazu Ishihara, Japan    
Development of a Kansei engineering artificial intelligence sightseeing application
  Mitsuo Nagamachi, Shigekazu Ishihara and Toshio Tsuchiya, Japan
   
The impact of design semantic on the user emotional image in the interface design
  Jiali Zhang and Long Ren, China
   
Understanding young Chinese consumers' perception of passenger car form in rear quarter view by integrating quantitative and qualitative analyses
  Chunrong Liu, Yang Xie, Yi Jin and Xiaoguo Ding, China
Research on female university students' winter clothing colors in Guangdong, China
  Huajuan Lin, Xiaoping Hu and Huang Wenguan, China 
   
Music retrieval and recommendation based on musical tempo
  Masashi Murakami, Takashi Sakamoto and Toshikazu Kato, Japan
   
Analysis of frame structure of shared bikes in Mainland China
  Lin Xingmin, China
   
   
185
Assistive Technology II
Session 185
Wednesday, July 25
8:00 - 10:00
HFAT
Human Factors and Assistive Technology
Caicos 3
Co-Chairs:  Ahmad Abualsamid and Thomas Schack, USA/Germany    
Modeling augmentative communication with Amazon Lex and Polly
  Ahmad Abualsamid and Charles Hughes, USA
   
Adaptive cognitive training (ACT)
  Thomas Schack, Germany
   
Interdisciplinary-based development of user-friendly customized 3D printed upper limb prosthesis
  Leticia Alcará Silva, Ana Claudia Tavares Rodrigues, Frode Eika Sandnes, Osmar Vicente Rodrigues and
  Fausto Orsi Medola, Brazil
An interactive play environment on mathematics and cognitive training with behavioral tracking for children with autism
  Pinata Winoto, Jie Chen, Hangzhi Guo and Tiffany Tang, China
Examining visually impaired people's embossed dots graphics with a 3D printer: Physical measurements and tactile observation assessments
  Kazunori Minatani, Japan
Touchscreen-based haptic information access for assisting blind and visually-impaired users: Perceptual parameters and design guidelines
  Hari Palani, Jennifer Tennison and Nicholas Giudice, USA
Analysis of mobile application users behavior
  Lungwen Kuo and Chih-Chun Lai, Taiwan
   
   
186
Military Applications
Session 186
Wednesday, July 25
8:00 - 10:00
HFSIM
Human Factors and Simulation
Caicos 4
Co-Chairs:  Tiffany Jastrzembski and Christopher Stevens, USA    
No representation without integration! Better cognitive modeling through interoperability
  Walter Warwick, Christian Lebiere and Stuart Rodgers, USA
   
Training for a Mars mission
  Immanuel Barshi and Donna Dempsey, USA
   
Avoiding information overload in the cockpit: An electronic kneeboard design that integrates apps and data feeds to support work
  Kelly Neville, Curtis Krauskopf, Ben Bachelor and Joseph Geeseman, USA
Cognitive metrics profiling: A model-driven approach to predicting and classifying workload
  Christopher Stevens, Christopher Fisher, Megan Morris, Christopher Myers, Allen Dukes and Sarah Spriggs, USA
Personalized learning in the wild: Accounting for effects of spacing, retention, and relearning through use of a cognitive model
  Tiffany Jastrzembski, USA
   
187
Game Design Applications II
Session 187
Wednesday, July 25
8:00 - 10:00
HFGD
Human Factors in Game Design and Virtual Environments
Caicos 5
Co-Chairs:  Nicholas Caporusso and Daniel Railsback, USA    
Impressions and congruency of pictures and voices of characters in “The Idolmaster”
  Ryo Takaoka, Naoto Hayashi, Yosuke Nakagawa and Masashi Yamada, Japan
   
Case study: Game character creation process
  Flavio Andalo, Cassiano Canheti and Milton Luiz Horn Vieira, Brazil
   
Investigating the human factors in eSports performances
  Nicholas Caporusso and Daniel Railsback, USA
   
   
  Refreshments 10:00 - 10:30   -    Room: Grand Caribbean Ballroom
SESSION Wednesday, July 25     10:30 - 12:30
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188
Integrated Arrival, Departure and Surface (IADS) Systems
Session 188
Wednesday, July 25
10:30 - 12:30
AVI
Human Factors in Transportation - Aviation
Grand Caribbean 1
  Co-Chairs:  Savita Verma and Deborah Bakowski, USA    
  Flight deck implications for integrated arrival, departure, and surface (IADS) traffic management systems
  Becky Hooey, Deborah Bakowski and David Foyle, USA
  Impact of data exchange provided by ATD2 tools at Charlotte Douglas International Airport
  Bonny Parke, Kimberly Jobe, Eric Chevalley, Savita Verma, Victoria Dulchinos and Lindsay Stevens, USA
  Tactical surface metering procedures and information needs for Charlotte Douglas International Airport
  Savita Verma, William J. Coupe, Hanbong Lee, Victoria Dulchinos, Yoon Jung, Liang Chen, Lindsay Stevens
  and Isaac Robeson, USA
 
189
Emotion and Design II
Session 189
Wednesday, July 25
10:30 - 12:30
APD
Affective and Pleasurable Design
Grand Caribbean 2
  Co-Chairs:  Shuichi Fukuda and Masanari Toriba, Japan    
  Intelligent 'nail film' product design based on the application flexible electronic materials
  Yu Zhang, Qian Ji and Jiayu Zheng, China
   
  Deeper user experience - Emotional design
  Shan Wang and Huaxiang Yuan, China
   
Empathy and design. Affective participations for the clothing design in Colombia
  Claudia Fernandez-Silva, Angela Maria Echeverri-Jaramillo and Sandra Marcela Velez-Granda, Colombia
Principles of developing an effective environment for affective and pleasurable design team
  Amic Ho, China
   
Attitudes toward exercise and investigating motivation suitable for TPO
  Masanari Toriba, Toshikazu Kato, Fumitake Sakaori and Etsuko Ogasawara, Japan
   
 
190
Neuroergonomics for Business Solutions
Session 190
Wednesday, July 25
10:30 - 12:30
CN
Cognitive & Neuroergonomics
Grand Caribbean 3
  Co-Chairs: Atahan Agrali and Hasan Ayaz, USA    
  Neuro-marketing approaches to evaluate value added surplus products
  Jeonggyu Lee, Siddharth Bhatt, Hasan Ayaz, Rajneesh Suri, Benjamin Fulton and Jonathan Deutsch, USA
All Super Bowl advertisements are not created equal: Neural correlates unearthing consumer preferences
  Atahan Agrali, Siddharth Bhatt, Rajneesh Suri and Hasan Ayaz, USA
EEG technology for UX evaluation: A multisensory perspective
  Marieke Van Camp, Muriel De Boeck and Guido De Bruyne, Belgium
   
Neural correlates of math anxiety of consumer choices on price promotions
  Amanda Sargent, Atahan Agrali, Siddharth Bhatt, Hongjun Ye, Kurtulus Izzetoglu, Banu Onaral, Hasan Ayaz
  and Rajneesh Suri, USA
Recall of spatial locations of prices: Neural correlates of math anxiety
  Atahan Agrali, Amanda Sargent, Siddharth Bhatt, Hongjun Ye, Kurtulus Izzetoglu, Banu Onaral, Hasan Ayaz
  and Rajneesh Suri, USA
Using brain responses while watching music excerpts to predict valence and arousal levels
  Tuna Çakar and Mevlüt Serdar, Turkey
   
 
191
Product Design and Packaging
Session 191
Wednesday, July 25
10:30 - 12:30
ED
Ergonomics in Design
Grand Caribbean 4
  Co-Chairs:  Ke Chen and Cristina Salvador, China/Portugal    
Design specifications for a new equipment to be used by workers in aircraft industry maintenance
  Waldemar Freitas Neto, Francisco Rebelo and Fernando Moreira da Silva, Portugal
   
A review on thermal comfort evaluation of head-worn devices
  Ke Chen, China
   
Human interaction, emotion and sustainability – designing wooden children’s furniture
  Cristina Salvador, Portugal
   
Designing for unpredictable households: Furniture design requests for a flexible use of dwellings
  Rute Gomes, Portugal
   
 
192
Medical Devices: Development and Results
Session 192
Wednesday, July 25
10:30 - 12:30
EHMD
Human Factors and Ergonomics in Healthcare and Medical Devices
Grand Caribbean 5
  Co-Chairs:  Kiana Alikhademi and Guido De Bruyne, USA/Belgium    
  A review of user-centered design for medical devices
  Shuning Li and Hua Wang, USA
   
  The development of an innovative corneal biopsy tool: A usability comparison of four ergonomic handle prototypes
  Lore Veelaert, Muriel De Boeck, Erik Haring, Guido De Bruyne and Carina Koppen, Belgium
  A cryotherapeutic device for preventing nail toxicity during chemotherapy: Comparison of three cooling strategies
  Muriel De Boeck, Guido De Bruyne, Jochen Vleugels, Marc Peeters and Tess Aernouts, Belgium
A comparative usability study of a commercially acquired and a locally developed prototype of a newborn hearing screening device
  Eireen Ng, Joanna Nicole Yu, Benette Custodio and James II Curtney Li, Philippines
Designing AR therapeutic experiences for in-home preventative care
  Anna Williams, Kiana Alikhademi and Juan Gilbert, USA
   
Auto injector design – does everyone want a small device?
  Richard Featherstone, UK
   
 
193
Development and Implementation of Human Knowledge
Session 193
Wednesday, July 25
10:30 - 12:30
MFG
The Human Aspects of Advanced Manufacturing
Grand Caribbean 8
  Co-Chairs:  Stefan Trzcielinski and Vesa Salminen, Poland/Finland    
  Regional development in modern robotic education on industrial and society context
  Heikki Ruohomaa and Vesa Salminen, Finland
   
  The effect of speed variation on initial and sustained forces during pushing and pulling activities: A Preliminary study
  Lucia Botti, Cristina Mora, Giorgio Zecchi and Giulia Baruffaldi, Italy
  Human factor and working out of NBIC technologies
  Evgeny Kolbachev and Tatiana Kolbacheva, Russia
   
  Prior knowledge and opportunity recognition
  Stefan Trzcielinski, Poland
   
  Organizational innovations in Polish enterprises in their context of knowledge based economy
  Edmund Pawlowski and Krystian Pawlowski, Poland
   
  Qualitative features of the human capital in the formation of the agility of enterprises. Research results in Polish companies
  Hanna Wlodarkiewicz Klimek, Poland
 
194
Automated Driving II
Session 194
Wednesday, July 25
10:30 - 12:30
RR
Human Factors in Transportation - Road & Rail
Grand Caribbean 9
  Co-Chairs:  Kirsten Revell and Phillip Morgan, UK    
  Trust in an autonomously driven simulator and vehicle performing maneuvers at a T-junction with and without other vehicles
  Phillip Morgan, Craig Williams, Jonathan Flower, Chris Alford and John Parkin, UK
  Rating of take-over performance in conditionally automated driving using an expert-rating system
  Oliver Jarosch and Klaus Bengler, Germany
   
  Effect of knowledge of automation capability on trust and workload in an automated vehicle: A driving simulator study
  Siddartha Khastgir, Stewart Birrell, Gunwant Dhadyalla and Paul Jennings, UK  
  Derivation of a model of safety critical transitions between driver and vehicle in automated driving
  Nicolas D. Herzberger, Gudrun Voß, Fabian Becker, Filippo Grazioli, Eugen Altendorf, Yigiterkut Canpolat,
  Frank Flemisch and Maximilian Schwalm, Germany
  Predicting take-over times of truck drivers in conditional autonomous driving
  Alexander Lotz and Sarah Weissenberger, Germany
   
  Driving style modelling with adaptive neuro-fuzzy inference system and real driving data
  Yuxiang Feng, Simon Pickering, Edward Chappell, Pejman Iravani and Chris Brace, UK
   
       
195
Simulators and Human-Vehicle Interface
Session 195
Wednesday, July 25
10:30 - 12:30
RR
Human Factors in Transportation - Road & Rail 
Grand Caribbean 10
Co-Chairs:   Maike Scholtes and Birte Thomas-Friedrich, Germany    
Evaluation of roadway geometrics and posted speed limits with random forest  in the PR-22 dynamic toll lane using a driving simulator
  Johnathan Ruiz, Bryan Ruiz Cruz, Didier Valdés, Benjamin Colucci Rios and Wandaliz Torres-Garci, Puerto Rico
Development of a situation awareness assessment tool for rail signalers
  Birte Thomas-Friedrich, Jan Grippenkoven and Anja Naumann, Germany
   
Implementation and evaluation of a gaze dependent in-vehicle driver warning system
  Maike Scholtes, Philipp Seewald and Lutz Eckstein, Germany
   
Operational and safety based analysis of unfamiliar drivers in a hybrid toll plaza using a driving simulator
  Johnathan Ruiz, Puerto Rico
HRI-based human-vehicle interaction design
  Jintian Shi, China
   
 
196
Human Factors, Sustainable Urban Planning and Infrastructure V
Session 196
Wednesday, July 25
10:30 - 12:30
SUPI
Human Factors, Sustainable Urban Planning and Infrastructure
Grand Caribbean 11
  Co-Chairs:  Christianne Falcão and Huang Shengyu, Brazil/China    
  Design activism in an old, urban community building: The case of the application of design tools –“issue map” in an Open Your Space project
  Huang Shengyu and Chenhan Jiang, China
  Law in motion or passionate observer on the shelf?: The Ghanaian disaster experience
  Olivia Anku-Tsede, Believe Quaqoo Dedzo, Michael Asiedu Gyensare and Aaron Makafui Ametorwo, Ghana
  Sustainable housing environment – form and territory
  Wojciech Januszewski, Poland
   
Barriers of building maintenance in private tertiary institutions in Nigeria
  Douglas Aghimien, Ayodeji Oke and Clinton Aigbavboa, South Africa
   
  Use of decision making system for container selection
  Ludimilla Zeule, José Manuel Teixeira and Sheyla Serra, Brazil
   
       
197
Usability and User Experience: Applications
Session 197
Wednesday, July 25
10:30 - 12:30
UUE
Usability and User Experience
Grand Caribbean 12
  Co-Chairs:  Julian Brinkley and Zhe Chen, USA/China    
  Quick reply messaging: A study of a core feature modification in the Apple CarPlay automotive infotainment system and the impact on system usability
  Julian Brinkley, Shaundra Daily and Juan Gilbert, USA
  The interface design of mobile library:  A case study
  Siyu Yang, Peng An and Zhe Chen, China
   
  vis-UI-lise: Developing a tool for assessing user interface visibility
  Ian Hosking and John Clarkson, UK
   
  Design of location-based audio guide system for city tourism
  Shiori Furuta and Katsuhiko Ogawa, Japan
   
  #metoo: An app to enhancing women safety
  Javed Anjum Sheikh and Zonia Fayyaz, Pakistan
   
  Usability recommendations for a learning management system (LMS) - A case study with the LMS of IFPE
  Marcelo Penha and Walter Franklin Marques Correia, Brazil
  The inaccessibility of video players
  Gian Wild, Australia
   
       
198
Human-Machine Interaction for Continuous Biomedical Monitoring and Intervention
Session 198
Wednesday, July 25
10:30 - 12:30
SYSI
Human Factors and Systems Interaction
Turks 1
  Co-Chairs:  Ricardo Vigário and Julie Jacko, Portugal/USA    
  Patient reported outcomes for women with advanced stage ovarian cancer based on a web platform for learning and preference specification
  Julie Jacko, USA
  Elderly population home-based intervention program and experimental study to reduce food insecurity: Using the TV application "Saúde.Come with Seniors"
  Ana M Rodrigues, Rita Lopes Silva, Maria Joao Gregorio, Pierre Gein, Mónica Eusébio, Maria José Santos, Rute de Sousa,
  Pedro Simões Coelho, Jorge Mendes, Pedro Graça, Pedro Oliveira, Jaime C Branco and Helena Canhão, Portugal
  An integrated system combining virtual reality with a glove with biosensors for neuropathic pain: A concept validation
  Cláudia Quaresma, Madalena Gomes, Heitor Cardoso, Nuno Ferreira, Ricardo Vigário, Carla Quintão
  and Micaela Fonseca, Portugal
  Development of a low-cost eye tracker – a proof of concept
  Ricardo Vigário, Filipa Gamas, Pedro Morais and Carla Quintão, Portugal
   
       
199
Concepts, Simulations and Selected Applications in Industrial Processes
Session 199
Wednesday, July 25
10:30 - 12:30
APMPC
Advanced Production Management and Process Control
Turks 2
  Co-Chairs:  Murray Gibson and Salvador Ávila Filho, USA/Brazil    
  The technical effect of using the Kumihimo Disk to make braids, compared to using the Marudai
  Akiko Kimura, Makiko Tada, Noriyuki Kida, Yuka Takai and Akihiko Goto, Japan
   
  Simulated ergonomics evaluation to prevent worker fatigue and optimize worker rotation/assignment
  Murray Gibson, USA
   
  Application of tool to evaluate the causes of accident according to the social-technical model of Rasmussen: Case of wreck in Mar Grande-Brasil
  Ivone Cerqueira, Julio Nascimento, Salvador Ávila Filho and Jade Avila, Brazil
Analysis of cutting operation with flower scissors in ikebana
  Akihiko Goto, Naoki Sugiyama, Ikenobo Yuki, Norihito Yamaguchi and Hiroyuki Hamada, Japan
   
Contemporary low-cost hardware for ergonomic evaluation: Needs, applications and limitations
  Märt Reinvee and Beata Mrugalska, Estonia/Poland
   
  Delivery efficiency improvement to reduce the transportation cost
  Supanunt Tunwannarux, Thailand
   
       
200
Human Factors, Software, and Systems Engineering
Session 200
Wednesday, July 25
10:30 - 12:30
HFSSE
Human Factors, Software, and Systems Engineering
Turks 3
  Co-Chairs:  Judi See, Francesca de Rosa and Brenda Aymerich, USA/Italy/Costa Rica    
  Gamified approach in the context of situational assessment: A comparison of human factors methods
  Francesca de Rosa, Anne-Laure Jousselme and Alessandro De Gloria, Italy
   
  Estimation of risks in Scrum using agile software development
  Muhammad Ahmed, Babur Hyat Malik, Rana Muhammad Tahir Ghafoor, Sidra Perveen, Rabia Imtiaz Alvi,
  Azra Rehmat, Qura Tul Ain and Mehrina Asghar, Pakistan
  Why are we still failing at DevOps?
  Christine White and Sunil Joshi, USA
   
  Software development practices in Costa Rica: A survey
  Brenda Aymerich, Ignacio Diaz, Julio Guzman, Gustavo Lopez and Diana Garbanzo, Costa Rica
   
  Smart ordering application system for assignment sequence number of customers at offline store
  Myoungbeom Chung, South Korea
   
  Convincing systems engineers to use human factors experts during process design
  Judi See, USA
   
       
201
Privacy and Cybersecurity
Session 201
Wednesday, July 25
10:30 - 12:30
CYBER
Human Factors in Cybersecurity
Turks 4
  Co-Chairs:  Maysoon Abulkhair and Mandeep Pannu, Saudi Arabia/Canada    
  Privacy preferences vs. privacy settings: An exploratory Facebook study
  Munene Kanampiu and Mohd Anwar, USA
   
  Who shares what with whom? Information sharing preferences in the online and offline worlds
  Chang Liu, Hsiao-Ying Huang, Dolores Albarracin and Masooda Bashir, USA
   
  Worker's privacy protection in mobile crowdsourcing platform
  Amal Albilali and Maysoon Abulkhair, Saudi Arabia
   
  Using Dark Web Crawler to uncover suspicious and malicious websites
  Mandeep Pannu, Iain Kay and Daniel Harris, Canada
   
  Design and operation framework for industrial control system security exercise
  Haruna Asai, Japan
   
  Training cyber security exercise facilitator: Behavior modeling based on human error
  Shiho Taniuchi, Tomomi Aoyama, Ichiro Koshijima and Haruna Asai, Japan
   
  Boon or trap?  A comparative study of security of virtual private network and its effect on society
  Zhipeng Zhang, Jingyao Sun, Shilin Yan, Jingji Zang, Yunnan Yu and Sonali Chandel, USA
   
       
202
Usability of Learning Technology
Session 202
Wednesday, July 25
10:30 - 12:30
TELS
Human Factors in Training, Education, and Learning Sciences
Turks 5
  Co-Chairs:  Thomas Alexander and Mitchell Tindall, Germany/USA    
  Increasing flexibility of employees in production processes using the differential learning approach - Adaption and validation of motor learning approaches
  Kirsten Weisner, Marco Knittel, Thomas Jaitner and Jochen Deuse, Germany
  Challenges in creating a mobile digital tutor for clinical communications training
   Wayne Zachary, Steven Bishop, Janis Cannon-Bowers, Addison Blanda, Prathmesh Pethkar, Theresa Wilkin, Taylor Carpenter
   Annika Horgan amd Thomas Santarelli, USA
  Interactive HMI for qualification and programming in process automation (EduBrain 4.0)
  Sebastian Schmitz, Daniel Schilberg and Sabina Jeschke, Germany
   
  Advancing performance assessment for aviation training
  Beth Atkinson, Mitchell Tindall and John Killilea, USA
   
  Evaluating training efficacy and return on investment for augmented reality: A theoretical framework
  Amanda Bond, Kelly Neville, Joseph Mercado, Lauren Massey, Adam Wearne and Sherry Ogreten, USA
       
203
Inclusive Service Design and Ageing
Session 203
Wednesday, July 25
10:30 - 12:30
DI
Design for Inclusion
Turks 6
  Co-Chairs:  Daniele Busciantella Ricci and Kamaran Fathulla, Italy/UK    
  Social footprint? An exploratory analysis of the existing evidence and opportunities
  Avril Accolla and Francesca Hansstein, China
   
  Bridging the cultural heritage of rural China with villagers' abilities, necessities and aspirations for a good-clean-fair sustainable development
  Avril Accolla and Anna Paola Pola, China
  Supporting inclusive approaches in service design with netnography
  Daniele Busciantella Ricci, Alessandra Rinaldi and Francesca Tosi, Italy
   
  Understanding human creativity through Dooyeweerd’s philosophy: The case of creative diagramming
  Kamaran Fathulla, UK
   
  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, Sabato Mellone, Diego Masotti,
  Giacomo Paolini and Silvia Imbesi, Italy
  Internet of things and elderly: Quantitative and qualitative benchmarking of smart objects
  Giuseppe Mincolelli, Silvia Imbesi, Gian Andrea Giacobone and Michele Marchi, Italy
   
  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
       
204
Human-Robot Collaborations and Interactions
Session 204
Wednesday, July 25
10:30 - 12:30
HFRUS
Human Factors in Robots and Unmanned Systems
Caicos 1
  Co-Chairs:  Erik Chumacero and Daniel Rücker, USA/Germany    
  Human-inspired balance control of a humanoid on a rotating board
  James Yang and Erik Chumacero, USA
   
  Investigating ergonomics in the context of human robot collaboration as a sociotechnical system
  Daniel Rücker, Rüdiger Hornfeck and Kristin Paetzold, Germany
   
  How does presence of a human operator companion influence people's interaction with a robot?
  Yuwei Sun and Daniel Carruth, USA
   
  NAO as a copresenter in a robotics workshop - participant’s feedback on the engagement level achieved with a robot in the classroom
  Joseiby Hernandez-Cedeño, Luis A. Guerrero, Kryscia Ramírez-Benavides and Adrian Vega, Costa Rica
  Human attention processes and situation awareness:  A novel framework for assistance systems in human-robot collaboration
  Lucas Paletta, Amir Dini and Ursula Augsdörfer, Austria
  Qbo robot as an educational assistant - participants feedback on the engagement level achieved with a robot in the classroom
  Raúl Madrigal Acuña, Kryscia Ramírez-Benavides and Adrian Vega Vega, Costa Rica
  The effects of robot assisted therapy on hand functions and targeted activity performance in individuals with hemiplegia
   Gonca Bumin, Sibel Demir and Beyza Ozkaya, Turkey
       
205
Human-Autonomy Teaming
Session 205
Wednesday, July 25
10:30 - 12:30
HFSIM
HFRUS
Human Factors and Simulation
Caicos 2
  Co-Chairs:  Patrick Craven and Kevin Oden, USA    
  Trust and communication in driver-passenger dyads during open interstate driving
  Jason Metcalfe, Javier Garcia, Robert Fernandez, Matthew O'Donnell, Tony Johnson, Emily Falk and Jean Vettel, USA
  Trust in human-autonomy teaming: A review of trust research from the US Army Research Laboratory Robotics Collaborative Technology Alliance
  Kristin Schaefer, Sue Hill and Florian Jentsch, USA
  Technological architecture to enable state awareness of human collaborators in human-autonomy teams
  Spencer Frazier, Patrick Craven and Kevin Oden, USA
  Virtual environment-based situational awareness training for cognitive enhancement in unmanned ground vehicle operators
  Akash Rao, Raghav Bhat, Sushil Chandra, Vishal Pandey, Prachi Joshi and Ronnie Daniel, India
  Impact of different fields of view and simulation-based training in rover teleoperation via an indirect visual interface
  K. Raghav Bhat, Vishal Pandey, Ronnie V. Daniel, Akash K. Rao, Sushil Chandra, RamSingh Negi and Manoj Prabhat, India
  Continuous training for human agent teams
  Kevin Oden, USA
   
  ITS and driver cognitive distraction in a different communication modalities: A simulator study
  Ales Zaoral, Czech Republic
   
       
206
Cognitive Modeling
Session 206
Wednesday, July 25
10:30 - 12:30
HFSIM
Human Factors and Simulation
Caicos 3
  Co-Chairs:  Brandon Perelman and Walter Warwick, USA    
  From cognitive modeling to robotics: How research on human cognition and computational cognitive architectures can be applied to robotics problems
  Troy Dale Kelley and Christian Lebiere, USA
  Adaptive automation in cybersecurity
  Daniel Cassenti, Vladislav Veksler and Blaine Hoffman, USA
   
  An integrated model of human cyber behavior
  Walter Warwick, Norbou Buchler and Laura Marusich, USA
   
  Conditional deterrence: An agent-based framework of escalation dynamics in an era of WMD proliferation
  Mark Abdollahian, Zining Yang and Jacek Kugler, USA
  Human behavior under emergency and its simulation modeling:  A review
  Yixuan Cheng, Dahai Liu, Jie Chen, Sirish Namilae, Jennifer Thropp and Younho Seong, USA
   
  ACT-R modeling to simulate information amalgamation strategies
 John Richardson, Justine Caylor, Eric Heilman and Timothy Hanratty, USA
   
       
207
Understanding and Preventing Errors in Safety-Critical Environments
Session 207
Wednesday, July 25
10:30 - 12:30
HERRP
Human Error, Reliability, Resilience, and Performance
Caicos 4
  Co-Chairs:  Valerie Rice and Yochan Kim, USA/Korea    
  Estimating diagnosis time of emergency situations in digitalized control rooms
  Yochan Kim, Jeonghun Choi, Jinkyun Park, Wondea Jung and Seung Jun Lee, South Korea
   
  Extrapolating nuclear process control microworld simulation performance data from novices to experts - a preliminary analysis
  Thomas Ulrich, Ronald Boring and Roger Lew, USA
  Looking for additional data sources for HRA: Microworlds and beyond
 Martin Rasmussen, Karin Laumann and Ronald Boring, Norway/USA
   
  Study on the randomness of EOM behavior in a nuclear power plant
  Jianhua Chen, Guimei Zuo and Licao Dai, China
   
  Training for readiness and resilience
  Debbie Patton, Joan Johnston, Katherine Gamble, Laura Milham, Lisa Townsend, Dawn Riddle and Henry Phillips, USA
  Team resource management (TRM) skill training guide in nuclear emergency headquarters in Japan
  Kohei Nonose, Hisao Shibue and Akihiko Nagasaka, Japan
   
  Fault identification of multi-state units of flight control system based on Bayesian network for handling quality evaluation
  Zhifan Qiu, Yanjun Zhang and Youchao Sun, China
       
208
Occupational Safety
Session 208
Wednesday, July 25
10:30 - 12:30
HFSIM
Human Factors and Simulation
Caicos 5
  Co-Chairs:  Brianna Eiter and Timothy Orr, USA    
  The effect of hazard clustering and risk perception on hazard recognition
  Timothy Orr, Jennica Bellanca, Brianna Eiter, William Helfrich and Elaine N. Rubinstein, USA
   
  From the laboratory to the field: Developing a portable workplace examination simulation tool
  Brianna Eiter, William Helfrich, Jonathan Hrica and Jennica Bellanca, USA
   
  Using high fidelity physical simulations of the environment to evaluate risk factors for slips and falls in the mining industry
  Mahiyar Nasarwanji, Jonisha Pollard and Lydia Kocher, USA
  The effectiveness of tactical communication and protection systems (TCAPS) on minimizing hearing hazard and maintaining auditory situational awareness
  Jeremy Gaston, Ashley Foots, Timothy Mermagen and Angelique Scharine, USA
  Improving safety training through gamification: An analysis of gaming attributes and design prototypes
  Leonard Brown and Mary Poulton, USA
   
The factors affecting the quality of learning process and outcome in virtual reality environment for safety training in the context of mining industry
  Shiva Pedram, Australia
 
  Lunch Break 12:30 - 14:00   •    Enjoy lunch at the restaurant of your choice
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209
Sensory Engineering and Emotion
Session 209
Wednesday, July 25
14:00 - 16:00
APD
Affective and Pleasurable Design
Grand Caribbean 1
  Co-Chairs:  Kazutaka Ueda and Yutaka Ishii, Japan    
  A neural model of aesthetic preference for product appearance
  Kazutaka Ueda, Japan
   
  Development of a speech-driven embodied entrainment character system with a back-channel feedback
  Yutaka Ishii, Makiko Nishida and Tomio Watanabe, Japan
  Open tool for collecting physiological data: Collection of emotional data during gameplay
  Victor Moreira, Rodrigo Carvalho and Maria Lucia Okimoto, Brazil
   
  Epoxy resin lamps design base on emotional needs research
  Xiong Wei and Wang Yalun, China
   
  Evaluation system of automotive interior rendering based on visual perception
  Tiantian Li, Danhua Zhao and Jianghong Zhao, China
   
  Two-dimensional emotion evaluation with multiple physiological signals
  Jyun-Rong Zhuang, Ya-Jing Guan, Hayato Nagayoshi, Louis Yuge, Hee-Hyol Lee and Eiichiro Tanaka, Japan
     
210
Cross-Cultural Decision Making II
Session 210
Wednesday, July 25
14:00 - 16:00
CCDM
Cross-Cultural Decision Making
Grand Caribbean 2
  Co-Chairs:  Atsuo Murata and Eliza Barach, Japan/USA    
  Using social media to understand cyber attack behavior
  Amy Sliva, Kai Shu and Huan Liu, USA
   
  Hiding behind the words of others: Does redundant word choice reflect suppressed individuality when tweeting in the first-person singular?
  Eliza Barach, Samira Shaikh, Vidhushini Srinivasan and Laurie Beth Feldman, USA
  Proactivity in a career and identity styles in the world oriented towards a global change
  Agnieszka Cybal-Michalska, Poland
   
  Novel multi-objective optimization algorithm incorporating decisions factors in design modeling of hydraulic nets
  Jesus Rafael Hechavarria Hernandez, José Arzola Ruiz and Umer Asgher, Ecuador
  Cross-cultural difference and cognitive biases as causes of gap in approach toward safety
  Atsuo Murata, Japan
   
     
211
Persistent Monitoring Within a Work Environment
Session 211
Wednesday, July 25
14:00 - 16:00
CN
Cognitive & Neuroergonomics
Grand Caribbean 3
  Co-Chairs: Matthias Ziegler and Casey Lindberg, USA    
  Identifying the right array of passive, non-invasive sensors to predict personality, cognitive traits and work performance
  Matthias Ziegler, Amanda Kraft, Bartlett Russell and William Casebeer, USA
  Advantages of a dual-track modeling approach
  Amanda Kraft, Matthias Ziegler, Raquel Galvan, Peter Bryan and William Casebeer, USA
   
  Identifying environmental conditions to predict office worker performance and health using non-invasive sensors
  Casey Lindberg and Esther Sternberg, USA
  Using the electronically activated recorder (EAR) to identify the behavioral manifestations of individual differences in daily life
  Allison Tackman, Ramon Reyes and Matthias Mehl, USA
  Culture factor modifies numeral space mapping:  A cross-cultural study
  Yu Zhang, China
   
     
212
Digital Human Modeling in a Virtual World
Session 212
Wednesday, July 25
14:00 - 16:00
DHMAO
Digital Human Modeling and Applied Optimization
Grand Caribbean 4
  Co-Chairs:  Thomas Alexander and Sofia Scataglini, Germany/Belgium    
  Automatic generation of statistical shape models in motion
  Femke Danckaers, Sofia Scataglini, Robby Haelterman, Damien Van Tiggelen, Toon Huysmans and Jan Sijbers, Belgium
  Multi-patch B-spline statistical shape models for CAD-compatible digital human modeling
  Toon Huysmans, Femke Danckaers, Jochen Vleugels, Daniël Lacko, Guido De Bruyne, Stijn Verwulgen
  and Jan Sijbers, Belgium
  Beyond anthropometry and biomechanics: Digital human models for modeling realistic behaviors of virtual humans
  Thomas Alexander and Lisa Fromm, Germany
Latent heat loss of a virtual thermal manikin for evaluating the thermal performance of bicycle helmets
  Shriram Mukunthan, Jochen Vleugels, Toon Huysmans and Guido De Bruyne, Belgium
   
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
Statistical comparison of 3D scanning data and manual measuring data in anthropometry
  Zhang Fan, Zhao Chao, Jing Zhao, Gang Wu, Haitao Wang and Wenxing Ding, China
   
 
213
Design for User Experience
Session 213
Wednesday, July 25
14:00 - 16:00
ED
Ergonomics in Design
Grand Caribbean 5
  Co-Chairs:  Marcelo Soares and Margherita Peruzzini, Brazil/Italy    
  User experience analysis based on physiological data monitoring and mixed prototyping to support human-centred product design
  Margherita Peruzzini, Fabio Grandi, Marcello Pellicciari and Claudia Elisabetta Campanella, Italy
  Design methodologies for continuous improvement
  Martin Stein and Peiyi Ko, USA
   
  User experience design and architecture of IoT ecosystem employed in students' activities tracking
  Dijana Plantak Vukovac, Mišo Džeko, Zlatko Stapić and Tihomir Orehovački, Croatia
   
  Comprehensive evaluation method of interface elements layout aesthetics based on improved AHP
  Qing Kong and Qi Guo, China
   
  An ergonomic analysis on the viewing distance and angles of the UP Film Institute Videotheque
  Christine Joyce Beltran, Michael Karl Calunsag and Danica Mae Berunio, Philippines
   
  Research on upper seat back for supporting performance in different vertical angles
  Tianyi Hu, Ligang Luo and Wenhan Zhong, China
   
  User experience evaluation in product ergonomic standards
  Chaoyi Zhao, China
   
 
214
Patient Safety
Session 214
Wednesday, July 25
14:00 - 16:00
EHMD
Human Factors and Ergonomics in Healthcare and Medical Devices
Grand Caribbean 8
  Co-Chairs:  Helen Fuller and Peter Young, USA/UK    
  Reducing medication errors and increasing patient safety: Utilizing the fault tree analysis
  Maryam Tabibzadeh and Anjana Muralidharan, USA
   
  Emory Healthcare’s Safe Patient Handling Program
  Kathleen Norris, USA
   
The impacts on patient safety of changes in the design of medical products and devices used in patient care settings
  Helen J. A. Fuller, Timothy Arnold, Nancy Lightner and Tandi Bagian, USA
  The WireSafe™ for preventing retained central venous catheter guidewires: Clinical usability
 Maryanne Mariyaselvam, Darcy Pearson, Robin Heij, Emad Fawzy and Peter Young , UK
   
Blood mis-sampling fatalities: A human factors simulation study to determine staff error recognition
  Peter Young and Maryanne Mariyaselvam, UK
   
Ergonomic hazards in otolaryngology
  John Vaughan, Yona Vaisbuch, Justin Moore and Robert Jackler, USA
   
Improving communication between job rotations in junior doctors in the UK: An end to system knowledge failure leading to medical error
  Sarah Bury, UK
 
215
Cognitive Computing and Internet of Things (IoT)
Session 215
Wednesday, July 25
14:00 - 16:00
CCIoT
Cognitive Computing and Internet of Things (IoT)
Grand Caribbean 9
  Co-Chairs:  Hasan Ayaz and Yübo Wang, USA/Germany    
  Building consumer trust to improve internet of things (IoT) technology adoption
  Areej Alhogail and Mona Alshahrani, Saudi Arabia
   
  Holistic scenarios by using platform technologies for small batch-sized production
  Yübo Wang, Michaela Dittmann and Reiner Anderl, Germany
   
Runtime generation and delivery of guidance for smart object ensembles
  Daniel Burmeister and Andreas Schrader, Germany
   
  The cognitive computing journey - why it’s attainable for your company
  John Head, USA
   
     
216
Ergonomics and Safety II
Session 216
Wednesday, July 25
14:00 - 16:00
SMHF
Safety Management and Human Factors
Grand Caribbean 10
  Co-Chairs:   Regina Pope-Ford and Diogo Cunha dos Reis, USA/Brazil     
  Thermal comfort assessment of Metro Manila Development Authority (MMDA) traffic enforcers in Pasig City, Philippines
  Ivan John Galang, Keneth Sedilla, Josiah John Bernales, Nikko Alexander Alquiros, Pericles Dakay, Jr., and
  Edwin Lasig Olmos, Philippines
  Development and assessment of agricultural safety clothing through wear test: Human physiological and subjective comforts
  Myung-Chul Lee and Ryang-Hee Kim, South Korea
  Evaluation for development of construction safety work-wear under severe environmental conditions
  Myung-Chul Lee, South Korea
   
  Back flexion and extension:  The effects of static posture on children using mobile devices
  Regina Pope-Ford, USA
   
  Evaluation of risk factors of upper limb musculoskeletal disorders in a meat processing company
  Diogo Cunha dos Reis, Adriana Seára Tirloni, Eliane Ramos and Antônio Renato Pereira Moro, Brazil
Safety and risks factor assessment by telecommunication mast riggers and technicians in Nigeria
  Clinton Aigbavboa and Wale Kukoyi, South Africa
   
  Analysis of accidents involving machines and equipment using the human factor analysis and classification system method (HFACS)
  Anastacio Gonçalves Filho, Thais Berlink and Tales Vasconcelos, Brazil
 
217
Ubiquitous Ergonomics
Session 217
Wednesday, July 25
14:00 - 16:00
PEHF
Physical Ergonomics & Human Factors
Grand Caribbean 11
  Co-Chairs:  Reiko Mitsuya and Ivan Joseph Valdez, Japan/Philippines    
  An ergonomic assessment of a Philippine Catholic Church
  Ivan Joseph Valdez, Javi Reyes, John Roger Sobremonte and Alyssa Jean Portus, Philippines
   
  Effect of combined plyometric-sprint training on selected hormones of underweight males
  Hassan Almoslim, Saudi Arabia
   
  An ergonomic evaluation of elevating the work desk: The relationship of sitting work with standing work
  Reiko Mitsuya, Keisuke Nakamura, Takuro Sugita, Naoya Ozawa, T. Yaita and Takashi Kawai, Japan
  The psychophysical evaluations of baby carriers
  Te-Hung Chen, Ya-Yen Kao and Mao-Jiun J. Wang, Taiwan
   
  Consumer acceptance of nutritional enrichment of fish crackers used for snacks with fish bones
  Naruemon Prapasuwannakul, Thailand
   
  Discussion of the factors affecting sleep quality in sleep posture
  Yu-Ting Lin and Fong-Gong Wu, Taiwan
   
 
218
Automated Driving III
Session 218
Wednesday, July 25
14:00 - 16:00
RR
Human Factors in Transportation - Road & Rail
Grand Caribbean 12
  Co-Chairs:  Victoria Banks and Mario Hirz, UK/Austria    
  Integrated approach supporting virtual conception of passenger ergonomics in automated driving cars
  Mario Hirz and Patrick Rossbacher, Austria
   
  A literature review of seating and body angles for non-driving secondary activities in autonomous driving vehicles
Sibashis Parida, Sai Mallavarapu, Matthias Franz and Sylvester Abanteriba, Germany
  Motion sickness and human performance - Exploring the impact of driving simulator user trials
  Joseph Smyth, Stewart Birrell, Paul Jennings and Alexandros Mouzakitis, UK
   
  Safety perceptions of self-driving cars: A survey study in China and Pakistan
  Amna Chaudhry, Peng Liu, Amjad Hussain and Irum Sanaullah, Pakistan
   
  Expectations of non-automated road users for interactions in mixed traffic
  Johanna Josten, Jens Kotte and Lutz Eckstein, Germany
   
  Discussions on ergonomics design for the car body of driverless vehicle
  Quan Yuan, Zhongxiang Feng, Haitian Shi and Ligang Duo, China
   
 
219
Social and Occupational Factors of Comfort, Discomfort and Pain
Session 219
Wednesday, July 25
14:00 - 16:00
SOE
Social & Occupational Ergonomics
Turks 1
  Co-Chairs: Sophia Sandoval and Kyle Jarque, Philippines    
  A postural analysis of rice farming in San Miguel, Bulacan
  Sophia Sandoval, Russel Avery Roco, Kyle Jarque and Benette Custodio, Philippines
   
The need for ergonomic studies for the reduction of injuries and redesign of tools in the agricultural sector through TRIZ
  Lidilia Cruz-Rivero, Ruben Purroy-Vasquez, Lorena Jocelyn Pacheco-Lozano, Nicolas Francisco Mateo-Diaz and
  Alberto Aguilar-Lassarre, Mexico
  How to improve ancient handcraft: The bobbin lace
  Isabel Bieger, Gianni Montagna and Cristina Carvalho, Portugal
   
  Occupational ride comfort in cultivation operation: An investigation by Taguchi’s Method
  Amandeep  Singh, Harwinder Singh, Lakhwinder Pal Singh, Sarbjit Singh, Naresh Kumar Chuneja and Manjeet Singh, India
  Perception on body discomfort level during prolong standing activities among electronics males worker in Malaysia
  Ismail Abdul Rahman, Raemy Md Zein, Noorul Azreen Azis and Jafri Mohd Rohani, Malaysia
  Comfort evaluation of a hybrid air/foam seat-pad. Comparison with a standard foam-pad on a rigid-seat office chair
  Alessandro Naddeo and Ornella Cannavacciuolo, Italy
     
220
Human Factors, Sustainable Urban Planning and Infrastructure VI
Session 220
Wednesday, July 25
14:00 - 16:00
SUPI
Human Factors, Sustainable Urban Planning and Infrastructure
Turks 2
  Co-Chairs:  Katarzyna Ujma-Wasowicz and Cristiana Cellucci, Poland/Italy    
  The role of active mobility for the promotion of urban health
  Cristiana Cellucci and Michele Di Sivo, Italy
   
  The needs of children and their caregivers in new urban lifestyles: A case study of playground facilities in Hong Kong
  Kin Wai Michael Siu, Yi Lin Wong and Mei Seung Lam, Hong Kong
  Problems of ergonomics in lecturing history of architecture and town planning throughout architectural studies course
  Teresa Bardzinska-Bonenberg, Poland
  Micro-space planning: Social action for popularizing of this planning method in Silesian’s case-study
  Katarzyna Ujma-Wasowicz, Malgorzata Kądziela and Agnieszka Piórkowska, Poland
   
  Researching on old street transformation from a macro perspective: Chongqing Huangjueya Street
  Ruyue Xue, Wen Luo and XingYu Luo, China
 
221
Usability and User Experience: Eye Tracking and Visualization
Session 221
Wednesday, July 25
14:00 - 16:00
UUE
Usability and User Experience
Turks 3
  Co-Chairs: Nima Ahmadi and Liu Wu, USA/China    
  Bullet graph versus gauges graph: Evaluating human information processing of industrial visualization based on eye-tracking methods
  Lei Wu, Lingli Guo, Hao Fang and Lijun Mou, China
  Effectiveness of eye-gaze input method:  Comparison of speed and accuracy among three eye-gaze input method
  Atsuo Murata, Makoto Moriwaka and Toshihisa Doi, Japan
  Application of eye tracking technology in naturalistic usability assessment of an academic library website
  Nima Ahmadi, Matthew R. Romoser, Lindsay M. Guarnieri, Theresa G. Kry and Emily I. Porter-Fyke, USA
  Log-based process visualization
  Johannes Schwank, Sebastian Schoeffel and Achim Ebert, Germany
   
 
222
Human Factors in Sustainable Manufacturing
Session 222
Wednesday, July 25
14:00 - 16:00
SYSI
Human Factors and Systems Interaction
Turks 4
  Co-Chairs:  Anne Reimer and Mohammed-Aminu Sanda, Germany/Ghana    
  Indicators and goals for sustainable production planning and controlling from an ergonomic perspective
Maximillian Zarte, Agnes Pechmann and Isabel L. Nunes, Portugal
  Environment-integrated human machine interface framework for multimodal system interaction on the shop floor
  Katrin Schilling, Simon Storms and Werner Herfs, Germany
  Design of a user interface for sustainable production planning and controlling from an user centered perspective
  Maximilian Zarte, Agnes Pechmann and Isabel L. Nunes, Portugal
  Evaluation and systematic analysis of ergonomic and work safety methods and tools for the implementation in lean production systems
  Uwe Dombrowski, Anne Reimer and Tobias Stefanak, Germany
  Digitization of industrial work environments and the emerging challenges of human-digitized system collaborative work organization design
  Mohammed-Aminu Sanda, Ghana
     
223
Human Factors in Communication of Design III
Session 223
Wednesday, July 25
14:00 - 16:00
HFCD
Human Factors in Communication of Design
Turks 5
  Co-Chairs:  João Carlos R Placido da Silva and Stewart Birrell, Brazil/UK    
  Using the Ideas Cafe to explore trust in autonomous Vehicles
  Arun Ulahannan, Rebecca Cain, Paul Jennings, Gunwant Dhadyalla, Stewart Birrell, Mike Waters and
  Alexandros Mouzakitis, UK
  Usability, interactivity and cognition of a multicampi university website
  Lívia Inglesis Barcellos, Galdenoro Botura, Jr., Ekaterina Emmanuil Iglesis Barcellos and Eric Ingelsis Barcellos, Brazil
  Evaluation of graphic brands developed with a targeted method by specialists through informational ergonomics
  João Carlos R Placido da Silva, Valeria Ramos Friso, Luis Carlos Paschoarelli and José Carlos Placido da Silva, Brazil
  Color in glossolalia: Red in western culture (Part I)
  Leonor Ferrão, Portugal
   
  A study on improvement of operation log for kindergarten school bus safety using human-centered design methodology
  SunYoung Park, Long Xu, Sungeun Lee and Sangwon Lee, South Korea
   
  The generative methodology to analyze problems and design solutions to communicate the craft products:
A transdisciplinary approach
  Ramona Aiello, Gianluca Simonetta, Eugenio Pandolfini, Ilaria Marchionne and Luca Toschi, Italy
 
224
Design for Inclusion: Materials and Multisensory
Session 224
Wednesday, July 25
14:00 - 16:00
DI
Design for Inclusion
Turks 6
  Co-Chairs:  Francesca Bozza and Masayoshi Kubo, Italy/Japan    
  Design for the sensitive experience: Inclusive design in historical-archaeological contexts
  Francesca Bozza, Italy
   
Inclusive, active, and adaptive design as approaches to user-centered design
  Cristiana Cellucci and Michele Di Sivo, Italy
   
The influence of adding vibration on the impression of messaging on smartphones
  Karin Ishitsu and Masayoshi Kubo, Japan
   
Visual-to-auditory sensory substitution for the visually impaired: Assessing dichotic listening for optimal presentation of auditory displays
  Michael Proulx and Alexandra de Sousa, UK
Engineering advanced material solutions for improving universal usability of products, systems and environments
  Micol Costi, Italy
Civilization heritage solidified in wooden buildings
  Ying Li, Japan
   
 
225
Medical Simulations
Session 225
Wednesday, July 25
14:00 - 16:00
HFSIM
Human Factors and Simulation
Caicos 1
  Co-Chairs:  Teresita Sotomayor and Alyssa Tanaka, USA    
  Trust in automation among volunteers participating in a virtual world telehealth mindfulness meditation training program
  Valerie Rice, Rebekah Tree, Gary Boykin, Petra Alfred and Paul Schroeder, USA
  Real-time and non-contacting 3D position tracking of end-effectors
  Fluvio Lobo Fenoglietto and Jack Stubbs, USA
   
  Modular platform for medical training in a patient management context
  Carol Wideman and Edward Sims, USA
   
  User centered and customized brace, orthotic, and prosthetic design for military amputees
  Christine Allen, Fluvio Lobo Fenoglietto and Jack Stubbs, USA
   
  Perceived workload and performance in the presence of a malodor
  William Y. Pike, Michael D. Proctor, Christina-Maile C. Pico and Mark V. Mazzeo, USA
   
  Perfecting the art of medical training through the science of rapid prototyping technologies
  Edward Stadler, Angela Alban and Trevor Ellis, USA
   
  Intelligent systems for medical training
  Alyssa Tanaka, Brian Stensrud, Adam Wearne, Glenn Taylor and Denise Nicholson, USA
   
     
226
Understanding and Preventing Errors in Safety-Critical Environments
Session 226
Wednesday, July 25
14:00 - 16:00
HERRP
Human Error, Reliability, Resilience, and Performance
Caicos 2
  Co-Chairs:  Pengcheng Li and Kateryna Savchenko, China/USA    
  Human trust factors in image analysis
  Anna Williams, Imani Sherman,  Simone Smarr, Briana Posadas and Juan Gilbert, USA
   
  Study on impact of time load on searching and recognition of visual information
  Yiqian Zhao, Tianyu Wu, Ming Zhou and Yajun Li, China
   
  A visual analytics approach to combat confirmation bias for a local food bank
  Ritson Delpish, Steven Jiang, Lauren Davis and Kehinde Odubela, USA
   
  The impact of natural shadows on visibility
  Robyn Brinkerhoff, Caroline Crump and Genevieve Nauhaus, USA
   
  Segmentation and stillness make human checks secure
  Toru Nakata, Japan
   
 
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227
Cognitive Design
Session 227
Wednesday, July 25
16:30-18:30
CN
Cognitive & Neuroergonomics 
Grand Caribbean 1
  Co-Chairs: Paul Porskamp and Hongjun Ye, The Netherlands/USA    
  Cognitive architecture based simulation of perception and behavior controls for robot
  Yanfei Liu, China
   
  Machine usability effects on preferences for hot drinks
  Hongjun Ye, Jan Watson, Amanda Sargent, Hasan Ayaz and Rajneesh Suri, USA
   
  Socio-technical health and usage monitoring systems (HUMS)
  Johan de Heer and Paul Porskamp, The Netherlands
   
Study on the influence mechanism between ordinal factors and cognitive resource consumption
  Wenqing Xi, Lei Zhou, Xingyuan Ma, Yuqi Liu and Huijuan Chen, China
   
  Redundancy as a compositional and communicative figure for interaction design, and cognitive stimulation in older adults
  Claudia Rojas, Colombia
 
228
Workspace and Learning Environments
Session 228
Wednesday, July 25
16:30-18:30
ED
Ergonomics in Design
Grand Caribbean 2
  Co-Chairs:  Alexandra Luis and Denise Gaudiot, Portugal/Brazil    
  The classroom built environment as an inclusive learning process agent for the deaf student: Contribution of the ergonomics in design
  Denise Gaudiot and Laura Martins, Brazil
  Comparison of posture, comfort and satisfaction between a dynamic seat and a seat with ergonomic criteria
  Gabriela Luna and Elvia Gonzalez, Mexico
  The teaching curriculum in product design
  Alexandra Luis and Paulo Dinis, Portugal
   
  The hard life: A pedagogical experience in industrial design
  Afonso Borges and José Vicente, Portugal
   
       
229
Training and Benefits of Exercise and Simulation and Cultural Effects on Healthcare
Session 229
Wednesday, July 25
16:30-18:30
EHMD
Human Factors and Ergonomics in Healthcare and Medical Devices
Grand Caribbean 3
  Co-Chairs:  Chanonya Chaiwongroj and Miyoko Okamoto, Thailand/Japan    
  Developing culturally sensitive care in Japan:  Comparison of competence in healthcare and education
  Miyoko Okamoto, Norihito Taniguchi, Manami Nozaki, Yui Matsuda and Naoko Saito, Japan
  Thai nutrition beliefs and eating behaviors associated with non-communicable diseases (NCDs)
  Chanonya Chaiwongroj, Thailand
   
  Designing for social support in a mobile health application for children and adolescents
  Jette Selent and Michael Minge, Germany
   
  Most effective enforcement exercise time for aerobic exercise to burn body fat
  Tamaki Mitsuno and Yuko Shinohara, Japan
 
  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
     
230
Safety Management Miscellaneous
Session 230
Wednesday, July 25
16:30-18:30
SMHF
Safety Management and Human Factors
Grand Caribbean 4
  Co-Chairs: Meng Shi and Klaire Somoray, Hong Kong/Australia    
  Analysis of the influence factors affecting campus security based on SEM model
  Xinran Li, Xuebo Chen and Qiubai Sun, China
   
  A novel emotion-determined update scheme for evacuation dynamics modeling
  Meng Shi, Eric Wai Ming Lee and Yi Ma, China
   
  Development of proactive safety behavior scale within the work driving context
  Klaire Somoray, Cameron Newton, Darren Wishart and Ioni Lewish, Australia
   
  The REPAIRER Reporting System for integrating human factors into SMS in aviation maintenance
  Bettina Mrusek and Mark Miller, USA
   
  Red or blue light? Which one is better? Is there a right answer?
  Sandra Preto, Portugal
   
Ergonomic evaluation of a manual load in a car assembling company
  Aldair Espinoza, Yadira Isabel Salgado, Roberto Adolfo García, Luis Cuautle and Luis Alberto Uribe, Mexico
 

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

 
231
Fit, Anthropometry and Posture
Session 231
Wednesday, July 25
16:30-18:30
PEHF
Physical Ergonomics & Human Factors
Grand Caribbean 5
  Co-Chairs:  Hong Luo and Todd Garlie, China/USA    
  Custom made cycling jerseys prediction based on Kinect analysis for improved performance
  Thoms Peeters, Jochen Vleugels and Guido De Bruyne, Belgium
   
  Effects of body armor fit on encumbered anthropometry relative to bulk and coverage
  HyegJoo Choi, Todd Garlie and K. Blake Mitchell, USA
   
  Postural analysis on manual materials handling tasks and prevalence of work-related musculoskeletal symptoms among Filipino school transport service conductors
  Beatrice Anne Lim, Maria Kyla Lyn Cueto, Vanessa Carl Co and Benette Custodio, Philippines
  Using Kinect to capture the joint angles of static driving posture
  Yuting Zhao, Yu Wang, Jianwei Niu, Linghua Ran and Taijie Liu, China
   
  Study on upper limb reachable threshold in driving posture
  Huimin Hu, Yahui Bai, Hong Luo, Aiping Yang, Pu Hong, Xin Zhang and Haimei Wu, China
   
 
232
Driving Safety
Session 232
Wednesday, July 25
16:30-18:30
RR
Human Factors in Transportation - Road & Rail
Grand Caribbean 8
  Co-Chairs:  Victoria Banks and Ian Reagan, UK/USA    
  Study on the influences of vehicle braking failure on human’s physiological and psychological behavior
  Yunhong Zhang, Lingyun Xiao, Wenhao Hu, Yuzhong Chen, Chaoyi Zhao and Huimin Hu, China
  Effects of an aftermarket crash avoidance system on warning rates and driver acceptance in urban and rural environments
  Ian Reagan, USA
  Exploring the effect of sun glare on motorcycle motorist injury severity in the United Kingdom
  Chen Liang Hao, Chin-Wei Pai, Ping-Ling Chen and Shang-Ku Chen, Taiwan
   
  Effects on driver’s behavior of illegal pedestrian crossings
  Francesco Bella, Viviana Borrelli, Manuel Silvestri and Federica Nobili, Italy
   
  Drivers’ behavior in pedestrian detection: Effects of road types
  Francesco Bella, Valentina Natale, Manuel Silvestri and Federica Nobili, Italy
   
  A qualitative investigation of professional driver behavior due to socio-economic, cultural, religious factors and its impact on Dubai road safety
  Shahid Tanvir, Noor Habib and Guy Walker, UK
 
233
Social and Occupational Ergonomics Stress, Mental Factors and Musculoskeletal Disorders
Session 233
Wednesday, July 25
16:30-18:30
SOE
Social & Occupational Ergonomics
Grand Caribbean 9
  Co-Chairs:  Nicolas Caporusso and Kiara Santiago, USA    
Addressing mental health consequences of social networking from the social services perspective
  Nicholas Caporusso and Kiara Santiago, USA
   
A systematic review of musculoskeletal disorders (MSDs) among port workers
  Guanlong Li, USA
   
The blessings and curses of job stress: Exploring the job stress – OCB/CWB nexus among Ghanaian bankers
  Reginald Arthur and Olivia Anku-Tsede, Ghana
Applied forces and sEMG activity contribution to risk assessment for assistance workers helping passengers with restricted mobility
  Alessio Silvetti, Lorenzo Fiori, Giorgia Chini, Massimo Gismondi, Valerio Nardi and Francesco Draicchio, Italy
Self-esteem in the middle and late adolescence of students from the urban area of the city of Cuenca
  Wilson Siguenza, Enith Quezada and Maria lorena Reyes, Ecuador
   
Evaluation of the physical risk factors associated with rapid upper limb assessment in mining industry
  Norhidayah Mat Sout, Ahmad Rasdan Ismail, Muhamad Arifpin Mansor and Nik Mohd Zuki Nik Mohamed, Malaysia
 
234
Human Factors, Sustainable Urban Planning and Infrastructure VII
Session 234
Wednesday, July 25
16:30-18:30
SUPI
Human Factors, Sustainable Urban Planning and Infrastructure
Grand Caribbean 10
  Co-Chairs:  Christianne Falcão and Junqi Hu, Brazil/USA    
  Modelling of runway infrastructure operations in an effort to increase economic and environmental sustainable development
  Julio Roa and Junqi Hu, USA
Urban informal settlement and infrastructure for sustainable urban design: Investigating the correlates and mitigation strategies
  Oluwole Soyinka, Ben Spencer, Kin Wai Michael Siu, Jeff Hou and Laure Heland, China/USA
School architecture:  Components to improve quality and sociability in a city in the northeast of Brazil
  Maria Juliana de Morais and Terezinha Silva, Brazil
   
Construction professionals perception of solid waste management in the South African construction industry
  Douglas Aghimien, Ayodeji Oke, Clinton Aigbavboa and Nkululeko Currie, South Africa
Creative cluster and urban rehabilitation: A case study in northeast Brazil
  Christianne Soares Falcao and Alberico Barreto, Brazil
   
Estimating residents’ preferences in land use planning process
  Wojciech Bonenberg, Mo Zhou and Xia Wei, Poland
   
 
235
Usability and User Experience VII
Session 235
Wednesday, July 25
16:30-18:30
UUE
Usability and User Experience
Grand Caribbean 11
  Co-Chairs:  Tingyi Lin and Beth Atkinson, Taiwan/USA    
  User experience design manifesto
  Paulo Maldonado, Portugal
   
  The development of a hybrid approach to usability assessment: Leveraging a heuristic guidance framework for end user feedback
  Beth Atkinson, Mitchell Tindall and Emily Anania, USA
  A pilot naturalistic study of PC mouse usability
  Denis Coelho and Miguel L. Lourenço, Portugal
   
  Seeing patterns for guiding users and avoiding pitfalls through design
  Tingyi Lin, Taiwan
   
  Usability and interaction evaluation on breakfast delivery mobile app: Users’ experience expectations
  Marcelo Guimarães and Adriano Renzi, Brazil
   
Co-creation design mechanism for the online entrepreneur community building
  Chen Li, China
 
 
236
Human Factors, Business Management and Society V
Session 236
Wednesday, July 25
16:30-18:30
HFBMS
Human Factors, Business Management and Society
Grand Caribbean 12
  Co-Chairs:  Marcin Geryk and Prince Kwame Senyo, Poland/UK    
New trends in research on university social responsibility
  Marcin Geryk, Poland
   
Understanding behaviour patterns of multi-agents in digital business ecosystems: An organisational semiotics inspired framework
  Prince Kwame Senyo, Kecheng Liu and John Effah, UK
Convolutional gravitational models for economic exchange: Mathematical extensions for dynamic processes and knowledge flows
  Mike Teodorescu, USA
From coconut husk waste to community business
  Kanyarat Bussaban and Jitlada Chumee, Thailand
   
Perceptions of market competition: What is the difference between contractors and clients?
  Jinding Xing and Kunhui Ye, China
   
Use of technology and virtual communication via Global Virtual Teams at Arnhem Business School
  Florentin Popescu and Rob Warmenhoven, The Netherlands
   
 
237
Understanding and Transforming Human-System Interactions - Practical Applications
Session 237
Wednesday, July 25
16:30-18:30
SYSI
Human Factors and Systems Interaction
Turks 1
  Co-Chairs:  Filipa Carvalho and Snježana Babić, Portugal/Croatia    
  #LookWhatIDidNotBuy: Mitigating excessive consumption through mobile social media
  Arminda Lopes, Pedro Campos, Luisa Soares and Sara Moniz, Portugal
   
  The antecedents of intelligent personal assistants adoption
  Tihomir Orehovački, Darko Etinger and Snježana Babić, Croatia
   
  Research on comparison experiment of humanized interface design of smart TV based on user experience
 Na Lin, Haimei Wu, Huimin Hu and Wei Li, China
  Serbian and Libyan female divers' anthropometric measurements in the light of the third autonomy level vehicles
  Ahmed Essdai, Vesna Spasojevic Brkic and Zorica Veljkovic, Serbia
 
238
Social Network Modeling
Session 238
Wednesday, July 25
16:30-18:30
AISC
Human Factors in Artificial Intelligence and Social Computing
Turks 2
  Co-Chairs:  Sekwen Kim and Tomek Strzalkowski, USA    
Analyzing the single-use plastic bags ban policy in California with social network model and diffusion model
  Sekwen Kim, USA
GitHub as a social network
  Tomek Strzalkowski, Teresa Harrison, Ning Sa, Gregorios Katsios and Ellisa Khoja, USA
   
The moderating roles of network density and redundancy in lurking behavior on user-generated-content online communities
  Xingyu Chen, Yitong Wang, Xianqi Hu and Zhan Zhou, China
Using information processing strategies to predict contagion of social media behavior: A theoretical model
  Sara Levens, Omar Eltayeby, Bradley Aleshire, Sagar Snandu, Tiffany Gallicano, Ryan Wesslen and Samira Shaikh, USA
Online social media addictive behavior: Case study of Thai military officers
  Siriporn Poolsuwan, Thailand
   
 
239
Assistive Technology III
Session 239
Wednesday, July 25
16:30-18:30
HFAT
Human Factors and Assistive Technology
Turks 3
  Co-Chairs:  Matteo Zallio and Wang Rui, Ireland/China    
  A software based on eye gaze to evaluate mathematics in children with cerebral palsy in inclusive education
  Omar Alvarado, Belen Jara, Paul Barzallo and Hugo Torres, Ecuador
Research on the environmental thermal comfort based on manikin
  Wang Rui, Chaoyi Zhao, Huimin Hu, Yifen Qiu and  Xueliang Cheng, China
   
Research challenge for ergonomics and design applied in the assistive technology
  Maria Lucia Okimoto, Brazil
   
 
240
Technology and Aging: Innovation for Enhanced Quality of Life
Session 240
Wednesday, July 25
16:30-18:30
AGE
Human Factors in Aging and Gerontology
Turks 4
  Co-Chairs:  Yu Zhao and Yoshinori Kobayashi, China/Japan    
Research based on the design of personalized exercise program for community elderly
  Yuting Lin, China
   
Robotic shopping trolley for supporting the elderly
  Yoshinori Kobayashi, Seiji Yamazaki, Hidekazu Takahashi, Hisato Fukuda and Yoshinori Kuno, Japan
Design and research of health aids based on app in the elderly
  Yu Zhao, Xiaoping Hu and Delai Men, China
   
Study on the visual experience of senior people shopping website interface
  Xueying Mei, China
   
Investigation on taking driving lessons among the elderly and the quasi elderly people
  Cuiping Wu, China
   
 
241
Hands & Feet: How Modern Anthropometric Technology Can Inform Performance Design
Session 241
Wednesday, July 25
16:30-18:30
IPID
Interdisciplinary Practice in Industrial Design
Turks 5
Co-Chairs:  Susan Sokolowski and Linsey Griffin, USA    
Dimensions of the dynamic hand: Implications for glove design, fit, and sizing
  Linsey Griffin, Nokyeon Kim, Robin Carufel and Susan Sokolowski, USA
   
Methods and tools for 3D measurement of hands and feet
  Linsey Griffin, Susan Sokolowski, Heajoo Lee, Emily Seifert, Nokyeon Kim and Robin Carufel, USA
   
Firefighting turnout boots: How a human factors approach can improve performance
  Susan Sokolowski, Nick Cantrell and Linsey Griffin, USA
   
Drawing hands for glove design: Does the data match-up?
  Susan L. Sokolowski, Linsey Griffin, Robin Carufel and and Nokyeon Kim, USA
   
The future of footwear design & lasts: Do we now really need them?
  Susan Sokolowski and Jacob Winkler, USA
   
 
242
Collaborative Human-Centered Design
Session 242
Wednesday, July 25
16:30-18:30
IPID
Interdisciplinary Practice in Industrial Design
Turks 6
  Co-Chairs:   EuiChul Jung and Deok Chan Lee, Canada/South Korea    
  A study on user cognitive and affective information supporting system development for product design
  Long Xu, Heejae Eo, SunYoung Park and Sangwon Lee, South Korea
   
The design process in interior design studio:  Integrating interdisciplinary approach in undergraduate level for improving professional practices
  Alaa Makki, Maham Farooq and Nojoud Alaskar, Canada
Analysis of the emotional user experience elements of wireless earphones
  Hoonsik Yoo and Da Young Ju, South Korea
   
Emotional elements of user experience on autonomous vehicle
  Jung Min Lee and Da Young Ju, South Korea
   
Collaboration between design and science: Designing lab equipment for biologists/creating the fly motel analogy
  Pablo Arzate, Canada
 
243
Human Factors and Wearable Technologies V
Session 243
Wednesday, July 25
16:30-18:30
HFWT
Human Factors and Wearable Technologies 
Caicos 1
  Co-Chairs:  Laura Merhar and Lukas Merkel, Germany    
  Digitization of manufacturing companies: Employee acceptance towards mobile and wearable devices
  Laura Merhar, Christoph Berger, Stefan Braunreuther and Gunther Reinhart, Germany
   
  IMU-based motion capture wearable system for ergonomic assessments in industrial environment
  Francesco Caputo, Alessandro Greco, Egidio D'Amato, Immacolata Notaro and Stefania Spada, Italy
   
  Laboratory experiment on visual attention of pedestrians while using twitter and line with a smartphone on a treadmill
  Shigeru Haga and Taimon Matsuyama, Japan
  Determination of cognitive assistance functions for manual assembly systems
  Lukas Merkel, Christoph Berger, Stefan Braunreuther and Gunther Reinhart, Germany
   
  Biomechanical load evaluation by means of wearable devices in industrial environments: An inertial motion capture system and sEMG based protocol
  Maria Grazia Lourdes Monaco, Agnese Marchesi, Alessandro Greco, Lorenzo Fiori, Alessio Silvetti, Francesco Caputo,
  Nadia Miraglia and Francesco Draicchio, Italy
       
       
       

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

ACRONYM TRACK
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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