Accepting Submissions Submissions are being sought for an alternate-format session to be conducted at the 52nd Annual Meeting in September. This session provides an opportunity for up to four contributors to describe a work in progress that is related to human factors test and evaluation. In turn, presenters will gain valuable feedback that they can incorporate into their efforts. For audience members, it provides an opportunity to offer feedback in their area of expertise – feedback that has a near-term chance of being utilized given the fact that the work under discussion is not yet complete.
Contributions are not limited to members of the T&E Technical Group but must reflect some aspect of human factors testing (e.g., test development, test administration) or evaluation (of a product or a process). Potential contributors must submit an abstract to the session cochairs no later than April 14, 2008. Please e-mail Session Chair Karla Allan at karla.allan us.army.mil for complete instructions and additional guidance regarding abstract submission details.
Sponsorship Opportunities The HFES 52nd Annual Meeting is an opportunity to promote your company’s products and services to human factors/ergonomics
professionals from around the world. The 1,500 attendees are buyers as well as influencers.
Maximize your exposure within this critical HF/E community by sponsoring an event or giveaway. You need not be an exhibitor to take advantage of sponsorship opportunities. All HFES 52nd Annual Meeting sponsors receive recognition, including the preand postmeeting issues of the HFES Bulletin, the Annual Meeting Program, on-site signage, and the on-site daily newsletter. Below are some of the available sponsorship opportunities.
Replaced/Superseded by document(s)
• Human System Integration in the System Development Process
• Assessing Fitness for Military Enlistment (2006)
• Interfaces for Ground and Air Military Robots (2005)
• Evaluating Military Advertising and Recruiting (2004)
• Dynamic Social Network Modeling and Analysis (2003)
• Attitudes, Aptitudes and Aspirations of American Youth (2003)
• Musculoskeletal Disorders and the Workplace: Low Back and Upper
• Work-Related Musculoskeletal Disorders: Report, Workshop
Summary, and Workshop Papers (1999)
• Modeling Human and Organizational Behavior: Application to
• The Future of Air Traffic Control: Human Operators and