Final Program  

The AHFE 2019 Final Program (technical sessions and rooms). Technical Sessions will be held on Friday, July 26, Saturday, July 27, and Sunday, July 28, 2019. Registered participants are encouraged to attend all three days.

Opening Session and Keynote Address: 17:00-19:00 Thursday, July 25, 2019,  Columbia Ballroom (Terrace Level)

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

If you have any question about your presentation or poster then please contact Conference Administration with a detailed message at ahfeadmin@ahfe.org

For inclusion in the conference proceedings, publication and poster sessions in the final program, 
a unique registration of at least one author or co-author per submission is required by: 25 June 2019
   DETAILED FINAL TECHNICAL PROGRAM:
 

 Friday, July 26

  Saturday, July 27

  Sunday, July 28

 
   8:00 - 18:00
  Detailed Technical Program
 8:00 - 18:00
  Detailed Technical Program
 8:00 - 18:00
  Detailed Technical Program
 
    10:00 – 16:00
  Poster Sessions
  10:00 – 16:00
  Poster Sessions
  10:00 – 12:30
  Poster Sessions
 
 
  Detailed Technical Program
SESSION Sunday, July 28   •   8:00 - 10:00
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153
Affective Value and Kawaii Engineering
Session 153
Sunday, July 28
8:00 - 10:00
APD
Affective and Pleasurable Design
Morgan
  Co-Chairs:  Michiko Ohkura and Hiroko Shoji, Japan    
  Age and gender differences in expression of two-color impressions
  Takashi Sakamoto, Toshikazu Kato, Japan
   
  Gender differences in the influence of interaction with product information on selection results
  Yuri Hamada, Kenta Fukuda, Hiroko Shoji, Japan
   
  Communication in which ambiguity triggers value creation
  Hiroko Shoji, Yuri Hamada, Japan
   
  Evaluation of kawaii feelings caused by stuffed animals to reduce stress
  Michiko Ohkura, Takafumi Tombe, Hina Arashina, Peeraya  Sripian, Japan
   
  The analysis of kawaii fashion in Thailand and Japan using colorfulness metrics
  Peeraya Sripian, Keiko Miyatake, Kejkaew Thanasuan, Michiko Ohkura, Japan
   
  Sensory engineering in the IoT connected society
  Shuichi Fukuda, Japan
   
       
154
Transportation: Aviation and Space
Session 154
Sunday, July 28
8:00 - 10:00
AVI
Human Factors in Transportation - Aviation 
Holmead West
  Co-Chairs:  Daniela Schmid and Simon Cookson, Germany/Japan    
  Overwritten or unrecorded: A study of accidents & incidents in which cockpit voice recorder data were not available
Simon Cookson, Japan
  Using human factors methods to optimise Sydney tower’s digitisation
  Damien Armenis, Australia
   
  Human factors evaluation of ATC operational procedures in relation to use of 3D display
  Yisi Liu, Fitri Trapsilawati, Zirui Lan, Olga Sourina, Henry Johan, Fan Li, Chun-Hsien Chen, Wolfgang Mueller-Wittig, Singapore
  Applying virtual and augmented reality to train air traffic controllers
  Jason Kring, Rafael Patrick, Michael Sawyer, USA
   
  Predicting error on the flight deck: What can go wrong when dealing with an aircraft engine oil leak?
  Victoria Banks, Katie Parnell, Katie Plant, Craig Allison, Neville Stanton, UK
   
  Flight Eye Tracking Assistant (FETA): Proof of concept
  Christophe Lounis, Vsevolod Peysakhovich, Mickael Causse, France
   
  Cognitive architecture based mental workload evaluation for spatial fine manual control task
  Yanfei Liu, Zhiqiang Tian, Yuzhou Liu, Jusong Li, Feng Fu, China
   
       
155
Mental State Assessment I
Session 155
Sunday, July 28
8:00 - 10:00
CN
Neuroergonomics & Cognitive Engineering 
Fairchild East
  Co-Chairs: Hasan Ayaz and Matthias Ziegler, USA    
  Eye tracking-based workload and performance assessment for skill acquisition
  Jesse Mark, Adrian Curtin, Amanda Kraft, Trevor Sands, William D. Casebeer, Matthias Ziegler, Hasan Ayaz, USA
  Towards trustworthy man-machine synchronization
  Johan de Heer, Paul Porskamp, The Netherlands
   
  Promoting soldier cognitive readiness for battle tank operations through bio-signal measurements
  Jari Laarni, Satu Pakarinen, Mika Bordi, Kari Kallinen, Johanna Närväinen, Helena Kortelainen, Kristian Lukander,
  Kati Pettersson, Jaakko Havola, Kai Pihlainen, Finland
  A change in the dark room: Effects of human factors and cognitive loading issues for NextGen TRACON air traffic controllers
  Sam Holley, Mark Miller, Bettina Mrusek, Linda Weiland, USA
  Study on mental workload assessment of tank vehicle operators
  Zhongtian Wang, Qianxiang Zhou, Yu Wang, China
   
  Can you expand the mind? Examining the effectiveness of a digital cognitive intervention on working memory capacity and transfer to submarine tasks
  Aaron Roberts, Neville Stanton, UK
  Comparative analysis of machine learning techniques in assessing cognitive workload
  Colin Elkin, Vijay Devabhaktuni, USA
   
       
156
City Planning
Session 156
Sunday, July 28
8:00 - 10:00
ED
Ergonomics in Design
Du Pont
  Co-Chairs: Kin Wai Michael Siu and Anna Szopa, China/USA    
  Design ergonomics for human beings and wild animals in densely populated cities: A design case in Hong Kong country parks
  Kin Wai Michael Siu, Yi Lin Wong, Chi Hang Lo, China
  Influence of misdirecting of street orientation on identification speed of known street scape
  Masaki Oshima, Yohsuke Yoshioka, Japan
   
  Body movement while walking and spatial frequencies of corridor wall texture
  Fuminori Ogawa, Yohsuke Yoshioka, Japan
   
  Relationship with the self-position detection by using landmarks and peripheral vision
  Mayu Kikuchi, Yohsuke Yoshioka, Japan
   
  Exploring design requirements of outdoor fitness equipment for young people
  Aylin Karadeniz, Melis Dursun, Gülşen Töre Yargın, Turkey
   
  Research on guiding sign ergonomic setting based on visual sensitivity in long and narrow passageway
  Ling Luo, Zhongting Wang, Chuanyu Zou, Haimei Wu, Linghua Ran, China
       
157
Patient Safety
Session 157
Sunday, July 28
8:00 - 10:00
EHMD
Human Factors and Ergonomics in Healthcare and Medical Devices
Columbia 1
  Co-Chairs:  Helen Fuller and Timothy Arnold, USA    
  Pattern of postural sway of diabetic peripheral neuropathy people
  Byungjoon Kim, USA
   
  Medical error disclosure: A Canadian perspective in improving quality of health care
  Jay Kalra, Maria Campos-Baniak, Avani Saxena, Zoher Rafid-Hamed, Canada
   
  Quality assessment and management: An overview of concordance and discordance rates between clinical and autopsy diagnoses
  Jay Kalra, Patrick Seitzinger, Daniel Markewich, Canada
  An interactive device for reducing risk of infusion therapy and blood transfusions
  Nicholas Caporusso, USA
   
  Towards a deeper understanding of conceptual models that incorporate patient safety
  Timothy Arnold, Helen Fuller, USA
   
       
158
Social Design, Innovation and Ergonomics II
Session 158
Sunday, July 28
8:00 - 10:00
SOE
Social & Occupational Ergonomics
Columbia 2
  Co-Chairs: Nicos Souleles and Ana Margarida Ferreira, Cyprus/Portugal    
  Threshold concepts and design for social change
  Nicos Souleles, Ana Margarida Ferreira, Stefania Savva, Cyprus/Portugal
   
  Sustainable collaborative design practices: Circular economy and the new context for a fashion designer
  Lucinda Morrissey, Roberta Barban Franceschi, Ana Margarida Ferreira, Spain/Portugal
  Cultural heritage, collaborative practices and sustainable fabric design: Ottoman sultans’ life stories on jacquard design
  Pinar Arslan, Ana Margarida Ferreira, Hatice Feriha Akpinarli, Turkey/Portugal
  The common-sense assessment of sustainability
  David Camocho, José Vicente, Ana Margarida Ferreira, Portugal
   
  Analysis of the short-term absences of poultry slaughterhouse workers in Brazil
  Natália Fonseca Dias, Adriana Seára Tirloni, Diogo Cunha dos Reis, Antônio Renato Pereira Moro, Brazil
  Construction ergonomics: Temporary works’ manufacturers’ perceptions and practices'
  John   Smallwood, South Africa
   
       
159
Workplace Safety and Human Factors III
Session 159
Sunday, July 28
8:00 - 10:00
SMHF
Safety Management and Human Factors 
Columbia 3
  Co-Chairs:  Nelson Costa and Bettina Mrusek, Portugal/USA    
  Integrated management is disaster:  A discussion of competences in a real simulation
  Salvador Ávila Filho, Ivone Cerqueira, Julio Nascimento, Pedro Arezes, Valter Conceição Mascarenhas Junior,
  Cassio Brunoro Ahumada, Camille Peres, Brazil
  Implementing the REPAIRER human factors safety reporting system through MRM(MxHF) to meet SMS compliance in aviation maintenance
  Bettina Mrusek, Mark Miller, USA
  Influence of the human factor on the risk of work on scaffolding
  Katarzyna Szaniawska, Krzysztof Czarnocki, Zbigniew Wisniewski, Malgorzata Wisniewska, Poland
   
  Occupational psychosocial toxicology in health workers of radiological units in Bogotá-Colombia
  Olga Helena Piñeros Mora, Carlos Armando Marin Valencia, Colombia
   
  Occupational exposure to heat in outdoor activities in building construction in southeastern Brazil
  Thais Santiago Barros, Adriana Amorim, Lucila Labaki, Paulo Maia, Alex Marcelo, Brazil
   
  Flow down of safety influenced by working on commercial construction projects
  Ann Marie Dale, Bradley A. Evanoff, USA
   
       
160
Social and Occupational Ergonomics Stress, Mental Factors and Musculoskeletal Disorders
Session 160
Sunday, July 28
8:00 - 10:00
SOE
Social & Occupational Ergonomics
Columbia 4
  Co-Chairs: Francesco Draicchio and Ardiyanto Ardiyanto, Italy/USA    
  The contribution of myoelectric parameters to biomechanical overload risk assessment in an industrial printing plant
  Lorenzo Fiori, Alessio Silvetti, Antonella Tatarelli, Francesco Draicchio, Italy
  Prevalence, risk factors and impact on low back pain among nurses in a Thai public hospital
  Manutchanok Jongprasithporn, Thailand
   
  The development of a comprehensive list of risk factors for hip work-related musculoskeletal disorders: Delphi survey
  Ardiyanto Ardiyanto, Steven Lavender, Stephanie Di Stasi, Carolyn Sommerich, USA
   
  Psychosocial risk and psychological attachment: The mediating role of job satisfaction
  Michael Ntow, Evans Sokro, Noble Osei-Bonsu, Ophelia Zungbey, Ghana
   
  Mobbing in service companies in Colombia. A silent enemy
  Carlos Armando Marin Valencia, Olga Helena Piñeros Mora, Colombia
   
  Neck and shoulder muscle fatigue in high performance aircraft pilots: A case study of effects of a training program
  Giorgia Chini, Alessio Silvetti, Marco Lucertini, Roberto Vitalone, Valeria Di Nuzio, Elena Lucertini, Francesco Draicchio, Italy
  Comparative analysis of the assessment methods of the rehabilitative-prosthetic path of the patient with lower limb prosthesis
  Francesco Draicchio, Antonella Tatarelli, Simona Castellano, Ida Poni, Lorenzo Fiori, Alessio Silvetti, Patrizio Rossi, Italy
       
161
Usability and User Experience Applications III
Session 161
Sunday, July 28
8:00 - 10:00
UUE
Usability and User Experience
Columbia 9
  Co-Chairs:  Xiuxia Wang and Tong Shen, China    
  Research on electronic lock structure evaluation based on user experience
  Zhongting Wang, Na Lin, Ling Luo, Linghua Ran, Chaoyi Zhao, China
   
  The usability of interactive interfaces design of intelligent household appliances: Take smart sweeping robots as an example
  Na Lin, Tong Shen, Chaoyi Zhao, China
  Research on emotional design of electric power products in experience economy era
  Huajie Wang, Shanwei Zhang, Jingping Li, Jiaming Bao, Qingqin Zhu, China
   
  Research on the regeneration of endangered traditional handicraft art in modern life: Taking the bamboo knitting art of Dongyang as an example
  Xiuxia Wang, Shanwei Zhang, Siyuan Zhang, Yuan Chen, China
  Interface design of GIS system based on visual complexity
  Siyi Wang, Chengqi Xue, Jing Zhang, Junkai Shao, China, China
   
  Enabling SMEs to conduct user research: experience with and adaption of UX concept exploration
 Doris Janssen, Nora Fronemann, Kathrin Pollmann, David Blank, Germany
   
  Design principles for increasing the comprehensibility of Icons in HMIs through motion design
  David Blank, Ravi Kanth Kosuru, Germany
   
       
162
Human Computer Interaction in e-Health and Environmental Applications
Session 162
Sunday, July 28
8:00 - 10:00
SYSI
Human Factors and Systems Interaction
Columbia 10
  Co-Chairs:  Jorge Luis Pérez Medina and Patricia Acosta-Vargas, Ecuador    
  Evaluation of the usability of a mobile application for public air quality information
  Jorge Luis Pérez Medina, Rasa Zalakeviciute, Yves Rybarczyk, Ecuador
   
  User experience assessment of a tele-rehabilitation platform: The physiotherapist perspective
  Jorge Luis Pérez Medina, Karina Jimenes~Vargas, Patricia Acosta-Vargas, Yves Rybarczyk, Mario Gonzalez, Ecuador
  Evaluation of smart phone open source applications for air pollution
  Rasa Zalakeviciute, Katiuska Alexandrino, Patricia Acosta-Vargas, Jorge Luis Pérez Medina, Wilmar Hernandez, Ecuador
  Heuristic method of evaluating accessibility of mobile applications for air quality monitoring
  Patricia Acosta-Vargas, Luis Salvador-Ullauri, Jorge Luis Pérez Medina, Rasa Zalakeviciute, Wilmar Hernandez, Ecuador
  Remote monitoring air quality in dangerous environments for human activities
  David Pozo, Santiago Solórzano, Jorge Luis Pérez Medina, Kevin Jaramillo, Ricardo-Armando López-Molina,
  Rasa Zalakeviciute, Ecuador
  Improving web accessibility: Evaluation and analysis of a telerehabilitation platform for hip arthroplasty patients
  Patricia Acosta-Vargas, Mario Gonzalez, Jorge Luis Pérez Medina, Karina Jimenes Vargas, Yves Rybarczyk, Ecuador
       
163
Usability of Learning Technology
Session 163
Sunday, July 28
8:00 - 10:00
TELS
Human Factors in Training, Education, and Learning Sciences
Columbia 11
  Co-Chairs:  Paweł Pietras and Yulia Salnikova, Poland/Russia    
  Job interview game for high functioning autist
  Johan de Heer, Rafal Hrynkiewicz, Thomas de Groot, Emine Poyraz, The Netherlands
   
  Antecedents to training engagement
  Nadiah Alimon, Roziana Shaari, Lily Suriani Mohd Arif, Shah Rollah Abdul Wahab, Nazry Yahya, Malaysia
  The impact of employees' own knowledge on the effectiveness of project managers' development programs
  Paweł Pietras, Maciej Szczepańczyk, Poland
  Students' independent learning activity as an effective method of acquiring professional competencies
  Yulia Salnikova, Margarita Salnikova, Valentina Stolyarova, Marina Soroka, Russia
   
  Analysis of types, positioning and appearance of visualizations in online teaching environments to improve learning experiences
  Jessica Brandenburger, Manfred Constapel, Horst Hellbrück, Monique Janneck, Germany
       
164
Global and Industrial Perspectives on People-Centered Design
Session 164
Sunday, July 28
8:00 - 10:00
DI
Design for Inclusion
Columbia 12
  Co-Chairs:  Carlos Aceves-Gonzalez and Daniele Busciantella, Mexico/Italy    
  A new approach for an inclusive yacht design
  Paolo Ferrari, Italy
   
  Human centered design and quality function deployment: understanding needs on a multidisciplinary automotive research
  Gian Andrea Giacobone, Giuseppe Mincolelli, Italy
  Accessibility evaluation of automated vending machines
  Nicholas Caporusso, Kingsley Udenze, Asibi Imaji, Spencer Romeiser, Yanjun Li, Yangyang Cui, USA
  Design of a wheelchair for low-income countries, the second stage of a project
  Alberto Rossa-Sierra, Fabiola Cortes Chavez, David Vidana-Zavala, Maria Giovanna Trotta, Mexico
   
  User attitudes towards wheelchairs - a Mexican case study with special focus on vulnerable wheelchair users and wheelchair assistants.
  Paulina Manzano-Hernandez, Fabiola Cortes Chavez, Maria Giovanna Trotta, Alberto Rossa-Sierra,
  Carlos Aceves-Gonzalez, Mexico
  Inclusion of children with Down Syndrome through the creation and use of a learning object
  Rita Almendra, Mariana Elvas, Portugal
   
  Understanding visual information processing for American vs. Saudi Arabian users
  Yahya Alqahtani, Michael McGuire, Joyram Chakraborty, Jinjuan Feng, USA
   
       
165
Applications in Software, Service and Systems Engineering II
Session 165
Sunday, July 28
8:00 - 10:00
HFSSSE
Human Factors in Software, Service and Systems Engineering
Cardozo
  Co-Chairs:  Francesca de Rosa and Obaid Aljobaly, Italy/Saudi Arabia    
  Evaluation of the Saudi construction industry for adoption of building information modeling
  Abdulaziz Banawi, Obaid Aljobaly, Saudi Arabia
   
  Cognitive ergonomic evaluation metrics and methodology for information interactive system
  Yu Zhang, Ting Jiang, Jianhua Sun, China
   
  Towards a coherent assessment of situational awareness to support system design in the maritime context
  Francesca de Rosa, Anne-Laure Jousselme, Italy
  Parametric study of pin-fins microchannel heat exchanger
  Fadi Alnaimat, Bobby Mathew, Mohammed Ziauddin, UAE
   
  Energy-efficient analysis in wireless sensor networks applied to routing techniques for internet of things
  Carolina Del-Valle-Soto, Gabriela Durán-Aguilar, Fabiola Cortes Chavez, Alberto Rossa-Sierra, Mexico
  Modelling an adjustable autonomous multi-agent internet of things system for elderly smart home
  Salama A. Mostafa, Saraswathy Shamini Gunasekaran, Aida Mustapha, Mazin Abed Mohammed,
  Wafaa Mustafa Abduallah, Malaysia/Iraq
  Internet of things: Analyzing the impact on businesses and customers
  Mandeep Pannu, Iain Kay, Canada
   
       
166
Communication Design II
Session 166
Sunday, July 28
8:00 - 10:00
HFCD
Human Factors in Communication of Design
Gunston West
  Co-Chairs:  Amic Ho and Sunny Sui Kwong Lam, China    
  Digital generation's meaning-making in web-based communication activities
  Pui Wa Chau, China
   
  Study on how television commercials affect the consumer reactions with specific visual strategies
  Pik Ki Fung, Amic Ho, China
   
  The advertising effects of typotectural: Associated learning factors and emotions
  Man Yee Mak, Amic Ho, China
   
  Viral marketing in political communication:  Case study of John Tsang’s campaign in the 2017 Hong Kong chief executive election
  Poon Daren, Lam Sunny, Hong Kong 
  In-class competition-based assessment for effective learning
  Mei King Yang, Ki Lam, China
   
  Research on branding of historic cities under the background of social change: A case study of Suzhou
  Shan Huang, China
       
167
Kansei Engineering II
Session 167
Sunday, July 28
8:00 - 10:00
KE
Kansei Engineering
Embassy
  Co-Chairs:  Toshio Tsuchiya and Suresh Sethi, Japan/USA    
  Five years of Hiroshima Kansei innovation council: Local government promotion activities of Kansei engineering and ergonomics to local industries
  Shigekazu Ishihara, Hideki Harada, Futoshi Idei, Daisuke Ochi, Yayoi Watanabe, Koji Hashimoto, Noritsune Yokoyama,
  Kunihiro Shibata, Tsukasa Watari, Akira Maekawa, Takahide Nouzawa, Japan
  2D FFT and AI-based analysis of wallpaper patterns and relations between Kansei
  Shigekazu Ishihara, Mitsuo Nagamachi, Kosuke Morinaga, Keiko Ishihara, Taku Ishihara, Japan
   
  Role of narratives in visualizing product form
  Suresh Sethi, USA
   
  Affective design of store window displays for selected Philippine retail brands: Guidelines for an affective visual merchandising
  Maria Celine Salera, Eugene Julius Caliva, Angelica Jean Mari Tajonera, Abigail Rose Tan, Keneth Sedilla, Philippines
  Improving garbage receptacles: Designing an affective garbage receptacle that influences human behavior towards littering
  Marian Ysabelle Zuñiga, Billy Joe Balderas, Renzso Daniel Cabilzo, Keneth Sedilla, Philippines
  Kansei engineering and quality function deployment: Development of methodology for the identification of user-centralized project improvements
  Waldemar Freitas Neto, António Ramos Pires, Portugal
  Research on dress style design for girls aged between 3 and 6 based on Kansei Engineering
  Mei Xu, Yun Mu, Chenqi Yu, China
   
       
168
Panel: Democratization of Augmented and Virtual Reality to Enable Mass Adoption
Session 168
Sunday, July 28
8:00 - 10:00
SYSI
Human Factors and Systems Interaction
Gunston East
  Co-Chairs:  Nina M. Berry and Bill Prugh, USA    
  The virtual immersive teaching and learning (VITaL) initiative at San Diego State University
  Sean Hauze, USA
   
  Democratization of augmented and virtual reality to enable mass adoption
  Nina Berry, William Prugh, Leonel Garciga, USA
   
  Lessons learned from the initial usage of augmented reality
  William Prugh, Nina Berry, Leonel Garciga, John Masterson, USA
   
  Vantage: Democratization of augmented and virtual reality to enable mass adoption
  Jonathan Wilson, Joe Chimento, Drew Massey, USA
   
  THERA Inc. How virtual reality can be used for psychotherapy and prevention of mental health issues
  Erin  Bogdanski, USA
       
169
Ergonomics Design of Wearables
Session 169
Sunday, July 28
8:00 - 10:00
PEHF
Physical Ergonomics & Human Factors
Jay
  Co-Chairs:  Hassan Iftikhar and Yan Luximon, China    
  Exploring the balance between utilitarian and hedonic values of wearable products
  Hassan Iftikhar, Parth Shah, Yan Luximon, China
   
  A comparison of traditional and 3D scanning measurement in ear anthropometry
  Fang Fu, Ameersing Luximon, Yan Luximon, China
   
  A novel hybrid personal cooling system incorporated with dry ice and ventilation fans to mitigate the heat strain of mascot performers in a hot and humid environment
  Cathy Sin Wei Chow, Faming Wang, China
  Modern textile-based compression device for improving venous haemodynamics of lower extremities
  Xinbo Wu, Rong Liu, China
   
       
170
Human Factors and Assistive Technology IV
Session 170
Sunday, July 28
8:00 - 10:00
HFAT
Human Factors and Assistive Technology
Holmead East
  Co-Chairs:  Hongliu Yu and Maria Lucia Okimoto, China/Brazil    
  Development of a hand rehabilitation therapy system with soft robotic glove
  Julio Cesar Cabrera Hidalgo, Nathalia Michelle Peralta Vásconez, Vladimir Robles-Bykbaev, Angel Andrés Pérez Muñoz,
  Marco Vásquez Cabrera, Marco Esteban Amaya Pinos, Hernán Tenorio Carpio, Ecuador
  Target of physiological gait: Realization of speed adaptive control for a prosthetic knee during swing flexion
  Hongliu Yu, Wujing Cao, China
  Including users in the evaluation process of assistive technology: Applied methods and techniques
  Kelli C.A. Silva Smythe, Maria Lucia Okimoto, Dominique Adam, Caelen Teger Silva, Brazil
   
  Research and development in assistive technology: Academic Experience
  Maria Lucia Okimoto, Kelli C.A. Silva Smythe, Dominique Adam, Caelen Teger Silva, Brazil
   
  The design of walking sticks: Use, manufacturing and abandonment
  Rebeca Cabral, Renata Vilanova, João Lutz, Luiza Rebello, Brazil
   
  Requirements to design of directional signs in VR:  The case of people with low visual
  Sabrina Oliveira, Francisco Rebelo, Maria Lucia Okimoto, Brazil
   
       
  Refreshments 10:00 - 10:30   -    Room: Columbia West  (Terrace Level)
SESSION Sunday, July 28     10:30 - 12:30
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172
Ergonomics in Design: Applications I
Session 172
Sunday, July 28
10:30 - 12:30
ED
Ergonomics in Design
Morgan
  Co-Chairs:  Laura Giraldi and Aditya Jayadas, Italy/USA    
  Design for children - ergonomics in a ceramic tile's project
  Cristina Salvador, Portugal
   
  Role of ergonomics and biophilic design on perceived comfort and stress when reading, writing and sitting at workstations
  Andre Ferreira, Courtney Coston, Aditya Jayadas, USA
  Feasibility of low cost sensors to acquire 3D breast images
  Lucia Regina, Jose Aguiomar Foggiatto, Brazil
   
  Can the synthesized 20 sociotechnical principles discriminate between winning and losing teams: A collaborative design project case study
  Amangul Imanghaliyeva, UK
  Effects of distance between corner and step on pedestrian gazing pattern
  Kota Suzuki, Yohsuke Yoshioka, Japan
   
       
173
Design Methods and Creativity
Session 173
Sunday, July 28
10:30 - 12:30
ED
Ergonomics in Design
Holmead West
  Co-Chairs:  João Brandão and Byungsoo Kim, Portugal/USA    
  Human factors engineering research on folding umbrellas design
  Xiaohan Zhou, Xiaoping Hu, China
   
  The role of design in technology driven ergonomics product
  Byungsoo Kim, Sharon Joines, USA
   
  Design, objects and memory: a sustainability-oriented project itinerary
  Myrla Torres, Paulo Maldonado, Leonor Ferrão, Brazil
   
  Brand identity in motion. Structural models of brand identity on TV opening credits
  João Brandão, Ricardo Pestana, Daniel Raposo, Portugal
   
  Teenagers postural effects through videogames therapeutic approach
  Ernesto Filgueiras, Gustavo Desouzart, Ana Silva, Portugal
   
  Sociotechnical system methods review
  Amangul Imanghaliyeva, UK
   
       
174
Agile Manufacturing and Competencies in Work Environment
Session 174
Sunday, July 28
10:30 - 12:30
MFG
The Human Aspects of Advanced Manufacturing: Managing Enterprise of the Future
Fairchild East
  Co-Chairs:  Leif Goldhahn and Robert Eckardt, Germany    
  Competency model for logistics employees in smart factories
  Markus Kohl, Carina Heimeldinger, Michael Brieke, Johannes Fottner, Germany
   
  Competency profiles as a means of employee advancement for a resource-efficient chipping production
  Leif Goldhahn, Robert Eckardt, Christina Pietschmann, Sebastian Roch, Germany
  Reflections on production working environments in smart factories
  Sebastian Pimminger, Werner Kurschl, Mirjam Augstein, Thomas Neumayr, Christine Ebner, Josef Altmann,
  Johann Heinzelreiter, Austria
  Management system of intelligent, autonomous environment "IAEMS": The methodological approach to designing the organizational structure of IAEMS
  Edmund Pawlowski, Krystian Pawlowski, Poland
       
175
Safety Methods for Assessment and Evaluation
Session 175
Sunday, July 28
10:30 - 12:30
SMHF
Safety Management and Human Factors
Du Pont
  Co-Chairs:  Jouni Kivistö-Rahnasto and Jerry Purswell, Finland/USA    
  How workplaces actually carry out OSH-related risk assessment and management
  Noora Nenonen, Jouni Kivistö-Rahnasto, Sanna Anttila, Finland
   
  Risk assessment of upper limb musculoskeletal disorders in a poultry slaughterhouse
  Diogo Cunha dos Reis, Adriana Seára Tirloni, Antônio Renato Pereira Moro, Brazil
   
  Evaluation method for safety management characteristic of medical workers
  Haruna Yamazaki, Yusaku Okada, Kana Kimura, Risako Shiraishi, Japan
   
  A study on exposure of workers to the risks arising from physical agents in the olive sector in Andalusia (South Spain)
  Raquel Nieto-Álvarez, María Dolores Martínez-Aires, Diego P. Ruiz, María Luisa de la Hoz-Torres,
  Antonio J. Aguilar-Aguilera, Spain
  Hazard analysis of a handheld angle grinder
  Franchesca Montoya, Jerry Purswell, USA
   
  An ergonomic assessment of lighting conditions of the pedestrian overpasses in Commonwealth Avenue, Quezon City: Commuter's perception of safety
  Hillary Chelsea Cruz, Alessandro Armani Aspi, Aurelio Banzon, Keneth Sedilla, Philippines
       
176
Vulnerable Road Users
Session 176
Sunday, July 28
10:30 - 12:30
RR
Human Factors in Transportation - Road & Rail
Columbia 1
  Co-Chairs:  Rich McIlroy and Susanne Gruner, UK/Germany    
  Sharing the road: Experienced cyclist and motorist knowledge and perceptions
  Mary Still, Jeremiah Still, USA
   
  Examination of corner shape for reducing mental stress by pedestrian appearing from blind spot of intersection
  Wataru Kobayashi, Yohsuke Yoshioka, Japan
  Facilitating cyclists’ commuter route choice into efficiency optimizations
  Susanne Grüner, Germany
   
  Pedestrian attitudes to shared-space interactions with autonomous vehicles – a virtual reality study
  Christopher Burns, Vivien Hung, Luis Oliviera, Peter Thomas, Stewart Birrell, UK
   
       
177
Human Factors, Sustainable Urban Planning and Infrastructure II
Session 177
Sunday, July 28
10:30 - 12:30
SUPI
Human Factors, Architecture, Sustainable Urban Planning and Infrastructure
Columbia 2
  Co-Chairs: Christianne Falcao and Joanna Jablonska, Brazil/Poland    
  Village regeneration through cultural creativity. Polish case study
  Wojciech Bonenberg, Poland
   
  Synergistic processes in functional-spatial development of communes in a metropolitan area
  Hanna Borucinska-Bienkowska, Poland
   
  Planning regenerative infrastructure of the Szczecin Metropolitan Railway – Ad hoc urbanism and glocal activity development
  Leszek Świątek, Poland
  Mountain home eco hotel - diversity and sustainability of green roofs
  Anjun Huang, Shengxuan Zhao, China
   
  The perception reshaping strategy of campus public space
  Huifang Shang, Maiqi Lin, Yongtao Zheng, China
   
       
178
System Interactions Design
Session 178
Sunday, July 28
10:30 - 12:30
SYSI
Human Factors and Systems Interaction
Columbia 3
  Co-Chairs:  Isabel L. Nunes and Kenneth Light, Portugal/USA    
  A dialogue system for elderly people considering impression formation and user's character
   Huta Takeda, Manabu Kurosawa, Hiroshi Yajima, Japan
   
  Identifying design issues “beyond the checklist”
  Kenneth Light, USA
   
  Design and evaluation methodology for cockpit human factor of civil transport aircraft
  Jin Zhe Feng, Dong DaYong, Zhang Yinbo, Meng Hua, China
   
  Specificities of organizational communication in European universities’ digitalized environments
  Olga Burukina, Russia
   
  Towards the development of a universal testing environment for attention guiding techniques
  Max Bernhagen, Philipp Hein, Andre Dettmann, Angelika C. Bullinger-Hoffmann, Germany
   
       
179
Human Factors, Business Management and Society: Employment Views
Session 179
Sunday, July 28
10:30 - 12:30
HFBMS
Human Factors, Business Management and Society
Columbia 4
  Co-Chairs:  Estela Rodríguez and Kazuhiro Fujimura, Chile/Japan    
  Constructing a work-motivation model based on  “benefit delay” and “benefit enjoyment”
  Kazuhiro Fujimura, Japan
   
  Benefits of employees social network sites profiles for job applicants
  Tom Sander, Biruta Sloka, Henrijs Kalkis, Germany
   
  Econometric modeling of wage discrimination towards women in the accounting profession
  Estela Rodríguez, Cecilia Gallegos, Hanns De la Fuente-Mella, Chile
   
  A leadership and demographic view of the nexus between emotional intelligence and job satisfaction in Ghana's banking sector
  Kwasi Dartey-Baah, Ghana
  High-performance work systems and employee turnover intentions: Moderation effect of psychological attachment
  Ophelia Zungbey, Noble Osei-Bonsu, Michael Ntow, Evans Sokro, Ghana
       
180
Instructional Design and Learning Strategies
Session 180
Sunday, July 28
10:30 - 12:30
TELS
Human Factors in Training, Education, and Learning Sciences
Columbia 9
  Co-Chairs:  Daniel Acosta-López and Joanna Bartnicka, Mexico/Poland    
  Learning as a systemic activity
  Oleksandr Burov, Olga Pinchuk, Svitlana Lytvynova, Ukraine
   
  Design of design: Learning dynamics in design
  Maria Delgado, Isabel Duarte de Almeida, Gianni Montagna, João Silva, Portugal
   
  Converge of goals on learning operations research, case of a Mexican institute
  Guadalupe Hernández-Escobedo, Arturo Realyvásquez, Karina Arredondo-Soto, Daniel Acosta-López,
  Maria Elena Hernández-Guevara, Mexico
  Educational training system for university students at initial levels through coaching strategies and student mentoring
  Ives Torriente, Rosa Inés Carrión, Eliane Fernández, Paulina Morales, Gardenia Silva, Ecuador
  The application of clustering analysis in the assessment of eye movements during flight training intervention
  Nima Ahmadi, USA
       
181
Designing for Inclusion in the Information Society
Session 181
Sunday, July 28
10:30 - 12:30
DI
Design for Inclusion 
Columbia 10
  Co-Chairs:  Giuseppe Mincolelli and Matteo Zallio, Italy/USA    
  Defining a shared platform in China to propose a social, cultural and technological bridge
  Avril Accolla, China
   
  Collaborative quality function deployment. A methodology for enabling co-design research practice
  Giuseppe Mincolelli, Silvia Imbesi, Matteo Zallio, Italy
   
  Usability analysis of the payment method with an application of digital parking meters with younger and older users
  Paula González-Torres, Ileana Chávez-Sánchez, Andrea Tejada-Gutiérrez, Claudia M. Fernández-Rivera,
  Carlos Aceves-González, Mexico
  Methods and techniques used in the evaluation of interfaces in Brazilian studies focusing on visually impaired people
  Dominique Adam, Maria lucia Okimoto, Brazil
  The influence of screen brightness and moving speed of visual icons on visual acuity
  Linghua Ran, Xin Wu, Hong Luo, Chaoyi Zhao, Xin Zhang, China
   
  Design of a 3D printed age simulator as a tool supporting the process of designing for seniors
  Beata Fabisiak, Robert Kłos, Poland
   
       
182
Teamwork and Leadership Development
Session 182
Sunday, July 28
10:30 - 12:30
HFML
Human Factors in Management and Leadership
Columbia 11
  Co-Chairs:  Salman Nazir and Leonie Webster, Norway/UK    
  Evaluating the effectiveness of a novel team development intervention on teamwork
  Leonie Webster, Aaron Roberts, Neville Stanton, UK
   
  A triangulated approach to measurement of teamwork
  Sarah Twist, Aaron Roberts, Leonie Webster, Neville Stanton, UK
   
  ERP research on the influence of different types of leadership behavior on the performance of quality management
  Yunhong Zhang, Zhaohong Zheng, Jian Kang, Chaoyi Zhao, Hong Luo, Aixian Li, Na Liu, China
  Mind matters 2: Engage and develop teams
  Johan de Heer, Rafal Hrynkiewicz, Edward Faber, Thomas de Groot, Tije Oortwijn, The Netherlands
   
  Leader as an effective strategy implementer in public higher education institutions
  Joanna Mnich, Zbigniew Wisniewski, Poland
   
  Leadership as a key component of competence model of medium-level managers in higher education institution
  Anna Stankiewicz-Mróz, Poland
  Leadership styles and workplace wellness among Ghanaian SME workers
  Kwasi Dartey-Baah, Ghana
   
       
183
Human Factors and Simulation: Transportation
Session 183
Sunday, July 28
10:30 - 12:30
HFSIM
Human Factors and Simulation 
Columbia 12
  Co-Chairs:  Chiara Ferrante and Xiaonan Yang, Italy/USA    
  Pupillary response and EMG predict upcoming responses to collision avoidance warning
  Xiaonan Yang, Jung Hyup Kim, USA
   
  Gender differences measured on driving performances in an urban simulated environment
  Chiara Ferrante, Valerio Veraldi, Maria Rosaria De Blasiis, Italy
   
  Evaluating rear-end vehicle accident using pupillary analysis in a driving simulator environment
  Rui Tang, Jung Hyup Kim, China
   
  Study on operation simulation and evaluation method in the ship limited space
  Zhang Yumei, Jiang Lei, Wang Songsha, Ding Li, China
   
       
184
Human Factors in Virtual Environments III
Session 184
Sunday, July 28
10:30 - 12:30
HFGD
Human Factors in Virtual Environments and Game Design
Cardozo
  Co-Chairs:  Florentin Popescu and Jonathan Hurter, The Netherlands/USA    
  Global virtual teams course at Arnhem Business School
  Florentin Popescu, Rob Warmenhoven, The Netherlands
   
  A usability and workload investigation: Using video games to compare two virtual reality systems
  Crystal Maraj, Jonathan Hurter, USA
   
  Virtual and augmented reality gamification technology on reinventing the F1 sponsorship model not purely focused on the team’s and car’s performance
 Evangelos Markopoulos, Panagiotis Markopoulos,  Mika Liumila, Ya Chi Chang,  Vasu Aggarwal, Jumoke Ademola, UK
  Enhancing multimodal interaction for virtual reality using haptic mediation technology
  Ahmed Farooq, Grigori Evreinov, Roope Raisamo, Finland
   
  Mapping the monetization challenge of gaming in various domains
  Evangelos Markopoulos, Panagiotis Markopoulos, Mika Luimula, Younus Almufti, Vasu Aggarwal, UK
       
185
3D Printing Technology
Session 185
Sunday, July 28
10:30 - 12:30
AMMSP
Additive Manufacturing, Modeling Systems and 3D Prototyping 
Gunston West
  Co-Chairs:  Chor-Kheng Lim and Keun Park, Taiwan/South Korea    
  Automatic design of 3D lightweight structures based on finite element mesh
  Keun Park, Young-Eun Lim, Jung-Hwan Park, South Korea
   
  Kinematic optimization of a robot head movements for the evaluation of human-robot interaction in social robotics
  Jorge Alvarez, Mireya Zapata, Dennys Paillacho, Ecuador
  EZ-print:Transparent string-like pottery design system
  Chor-Kheng Lim, Taiwan
   
  3D printed hybrid flexible electronics with Direct Light Synthesis
  Andrei-Alexandru Popa, Brian Zellers, Simon Iversen, Dillon Kennedy, Pedro Cortes, Jerome Jouffroy, Lars Duggen,
  Kirk Rogers, Brett Conner, Eric MacDonald, Denmark
  Personalized human factor and ergonomics:  Usability design of 3D printed patient-specific fracture external fixator
  Hongwei Li, Feng Qiao, Dichen Li, Liang Jixiang, China
       
186
Research-Driven Design
Session 186
Sunday, July 28
10:30 - 12:30
IPID
Interdisciplinary Practice in Industrial Design
Embassy
  Co-Chairs:  Adam Feld and Tufail Muhammad, USA/Pakistan    
  A critical usability problem-solving case of ‘maze cube’ through scientific experiment and design exploration
  Jihyeon Yang, Hwisu Jeon, Muhammad Tufail, Kwanmyung Kim, South Korea
  Project pilot run: A sewn collaboration
  Adam Feld, USA
   
  Discomfort with low-back pain relief exercise training for older adult women
  Muhammad Tufail, Sangjin Park, Haebin Lee, Yang gyu Moon, Kwanmyung Kim, South Korea
   
  From digital to analogue: An interdisciplinary case study to enhance the communication of design products through physical constraints
  Simge Esin Orhun, Turkey
  Innovative product design for hand-muscle weakness therapy in the elderly people
  Parichart Rattanapol, Thailand
   
  The end of the freeze out: using digital modeling and rapid prototyping to mediate airflow in a cold studio environment
  Adam Feld, Liane Hancock, Thomas Cline, USA
       
187
Design, Anthropometry and Posture
Session 187
Sunday, July 28
10:30 - 12:30
PEHF
Physical Ergonomics & Human Factors
Gunston East
  Co-Chairs:  Jaimin Patel and Stijn Verwulgen, USA/Belgium    
  Comparative assessment of classroom desk dimensions with respect to students anthropometry for females middle schools
  Ahamed Altaboli, Aisha Akrim, Entsar Omar, Fatima Hamad, Sarah Ahmed, Libya
  Incidence and postural risk factors for low back pain among informal garment female workers
  Sunisa Chaiklieng, Thanyawat Homsombat, Thailand
   
  Ergonomic improvements in heavy duty four wheel cart with pelvis support
  Jaimin Patel, Guru Prasadh Rao, Nader Madkour, Jay Jani, Pawankumar Sharma, Yueqing Li, USA
   
  The influence of the transformation between standing and cycling position on upper body dimensions
  Thomas Peeters, Jochen Vleugels, Stijn Verwulgen, Guido De Bruyne, Belgium
   
  A study on the correlation of foot data with body height and weight of Chinese Adults
  Linghua Ran, Hong Luo, Chaoyi Zhao, Xin Zhang, Huimin Hu, Zhongting Wang, China
   
       
188
Physical Ergonomics and Work-Related Musculoskeletal Disorders II
Session 188
Sunday, July 28
10:30 - 12:30
PEHF
Physical Ergonomics & Human Factors
Jay
  Co-Chairs:   Antônio Renato Pereira Moro and Wang Wei, Brazil/China    
  Preschool children's product design based on heart flow theory
  Wang Wei, Li Fangyu, China
   
  Ergonomic risk evaluation of the manual handling task of bovine quarters in a Brazilian slaughterhouse
  Adriana Seára Tirloni, Diogo Cunha dos Reis, Natália Fonseca Dias, Antônio Renato Pereira Moro, Brazil
  To investigate the lower back muscle activity during cardiopulmonary resuscitation chest compression with or without exoskeleton
  Chun Lung Billy So, China
  Dynamic response of seated human body exposed to whole body vibration: influence of tractor ride conditions on ride comfort in harrowing operation
  Amandeep Singh, Sarbjit Singh, Harwinder Singh, Chander Prakash, Lakhwinder Pal Singh, India
  Whole body vibration exposure in powered two wheelers used for commuting: A study in India
  Sai Praveen Velagapudi, India
   
       
189
Non-Traditional Sensing for Job Performance, Health and Well Being and Cognitive Constructs
Session 189
Sunday, July 28
10:30 - 12:30
CN
Cognitive & Neuroergonomics
Holmead East
  Co-Chairs:  Matthias Ziegler and Hasan Ayaz, USA    
  Predictions of job performance and cognitive constructs using a combination of individual, interpersonal and environmental sensors
  Matthias Ziegler, Robert Ha, Amanda Kraft, Alison Perez, Alexander Danvers, Matthias Mehl, Esther Sternberg,
  Altaf Engineer, Erica Baranski, USA
  A smartphone application for multi-sensor large scale data collection
  Brad Galego, Matthew Gerber, Laura Barnes, Mehdi Boukhechba, Peter Rokowski, USA
   
  The use of human sensors in a human machine interface evaluation of a semi-autonomous vehicle
  Raquel Galvan, Sophia Mayne-DeLuca, Eric Shieh, USA
   
  Association between physicians’ burden and performance during interactions with electronic health records (EHRs)
  Natalie Grace Castellano, Lukasz Mazur, USA
  Assessment of interface driven task difficulty and mental effort during interaction with electronic health record system
  Prithima Reddy Mosaly, Lukasz Mazur, USA
  Towards better understanding of physician burnout: Can neurofeedback help?
  Alana Campbell, Lukasz Mazur, Mae Yefimov, Samantha Meltzer-Brody, Prithima Mosaly, Timothy Farrell, USA
  A systems engineering analysis approach to understanding provider burden and identifying short- and long-term interventions
  Sara Stokes, Lukasz Mazur, Samantha Meltzer-Brody, USA
       
  Lunch Break 12:30 - 13:30   •    Enjoy lunch at the restaurant of your choice
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191
Affective and Pleasurable Design
Session 191
Sunday, July 28
13:30-15:30
APD
Affective and Pleasurable Design
Morgan
  Co-Chairs:  Eiichiro Tanaka and Lucas Paletta, Japan/Austria    
  Analysis of color language in poster design
  Qian Ji, Zhao Yiming, Lili Liu, China
   
  Evaluating the interaction between human walking and two-dimensional emotion variation by using physiological signals
  Jyun-Rong Zhuang, Guan-Yu Wu, Ya-Jing Guan, Keiichi Muramatsu, Keiichi Watanuki, Eiichiro Tanaka, Japan
  The influence of culture in product form preference as momentary experience in online shopping
  Chajoong Kim, Youngjun Park, James Self, South Korea
   
  Emotion measurement from attention analysis on imagery in virtual reality
  Lucas Paletta, Amir Dini, Martin Pszeida, Austria
   
  Case study: How to combine components of a design plan and a business plan for crowdfunding purposes
  Jose Rivera-Chang, USA
  Engineering for tomorrow: Make it simpler and more enjoyable
  Shuichi Fukuda, Japan
   
  Gamified sharing economy: The role of game elements in sharing economy
  Krity Gera, Peter Hasdell, China
   
       
192
User Interface for Accessibility
Session 192
Sunday, July 28
13:30-15:30
UUE
Usability and User Experience
Holmead West
  Co-Chairs:  Walter Correia and Jonysberg Quintino, Brazil    
  Being inclusive: Is it possible a blind person learn playing guitar in an [really] accessible app?
  Walter Correia, Weynner Kenneth, Walter Lima, Rodrigo Oliveira, Jonysberg P. Quintino, Fernanda Pellegrini, Marcelo Anjos,
  Fabiana Florentin, Valeska Alves, Tatiane Levrero, Daniele Zandona, André L M Santos, Fabio Q. B. Silva, Brazil
  Virtual assistants: An accessibility assessment in virtual assistants for people with motor disability on mobile devices
  Walter Franklin Marques Correia, Jefté De Assumpção Macêdo, Marcelo Penha, Jonysberg Quintino, Fernanda Pellegrini,
  Marcelo dos Anjos, Fabiana Florentin, André Santos, Fabio Q. Silva, Brazil
  Disabled user role on mobile accessible application development
  Bruno Ribeiro, Fernanda Pellegrini, Marcelo Anjos, Fabiana Florentin, Valeska Alves, Daniele Zandona, Tatiane Levrero,
  Walter Correia, Jonysberg Quintino, Jefté Macêdo, Brazil
  How to overcome the challenges of developing responsive and accessible websites - a case study
  Fernanda Pellegrini, Marcelo dos Anjos, Fabiana Florentin, Bruno Ribeiro, Valeska Alves, Daniele Zandona,
  Walter Franklin Marques Correia, Jonysberg Quintino, Jefté De Assumpção Macêdo, Brazil
  How to prioritize accessibility in agile projects?
  Fernanda Pellegrini, Marcelo Anjos, Fabiana Florentin, Bruno Ribeiro, Walter Correia, Jonysberg Quintino, Brazil
  CasaE Xperience - creation method focused in accessibility
  Aender Ferreira, Luciano do Nascimento, Vitorio Kuroda, Daniele Zandona, Marcelo dos Anjos, Bruno Ribeiro,
  Fernanda Pellegrini, Walter Correia, Jefté Macêdo, Jonysberg Quintino, Brazil
       
193
Interfaces and Interaction Design
Session 193
Sunday, July 28
13:30-15:30
ED
Ergonomics in Design
Fairchild East
  Co-Chairs:  Rafal Michalski and Xiaoli Fan, Poland/China    
  Research on optimization of information coding for car dashboard based on eye movement analysis
  Guilei Sun, Qin Li, Yanhua Meng, Linghua Ran, China
  Effectiveness of coach marks or instructional overlay in smartphone apps interfaces
  Paulo Noriega, José Luís Alves, Diana Carvalho, Igor Correia, Tiago Oliveira, Francisco Rebelo, Portugal
  Study on the effect of key-to-key distance on touch-sensitive key operation
  Xiaoli Fan, Huimin Hu, Chaoyi Zhao, Wei Zhang, China
   
  Eye-tracking examination of the anthropological race, gender and verbal-pictorial relative positions on ergonomics of visual information presentation
  Rafał Michalski, Joanna Koszela-Kulińska, Poland
  Research on standardization of public information guidance systems for railway stations
  Chuanyu Zou, Yongquan Chen, Ziding Chen, China
   
       
194
Revitalizing Safety Management and Practice
Session 194
Sunday, July 28
13:30-15:30
SMHF
Safety Management and Human Factors
Du Pont
  Co-Chairs:  Manikam Pillay and Andrew Enya, Australia    
  Who causes accident, employee or employer?
  Ercan Sahin, USA
   
  Collective mindfulness as a preventive strategy against workplace incidents: A comparative study of Australia and the United States
  Andrew Enya, Manikam Pillay, Shane Dempsey, Australia
  The occupational risk assessment method: A tool to improve organizational resilience in the context of occupational health and safety management
  Gael Morel, Manikam Pillay, France
  Study on sleep disorder in gasoline service stations workers
  Rodrigo Dominguez, Hector Velasquez, Yuri Alvarado, Barbara Salas, Chile
   
  Risk assessment of compressor gold mining at Camarines Norte, Philippines
  Isachar Bernaldez, Virginia Soriano, Philippines
   
  An assessment of the potential risk of hearing loss from earphones based on the type of earphones and external noise
  Alethea Diana Villa, Ysabel Neena Gayahan, Manuel Vincent VI Chanco, Jeriko Merlo Reyes, Lizbeth Mariano, Philippines
  The gap in the safety knowledge between the small-scale miners and local mining monitoring body in the Philippines
  Virginia Soriano, Isachar Bernaldez, Philippines
       
195
Road and Rail: Usability and Comfort
Session 195
Sunday, July 28
13:30-15:30
RR
Human Factors in Transportation - Road & Rail
Columbia 1
  Co-Chairs:  Sabrina Moran and James Brown, USA/UK    
  Using the lane change test to investigate in-vehicle display placements
  Sabrina Moran, Thomas Strybel, Kim-Phuong L. Vu, Gabriella Hancock, USA
   
  Evaluating the impacts of real-time auditory travel information provision on driver cognition using EEG spectrum analysis
  Shubham Agrawal, Irina Benedyk, Srinivas Peeta, USA
  Investigation of the effectiveness of autostereoscopic 3D displays for parking maneuver tasks with passenger cars
  Andre Dettmann, Angelika C. Bullinger-Hoffmann, Germany
  Transport realities and challenges for low income peripheral located settlements in Gauteng province: Are we witnessing the genesis of a new transport
  James Chakwizira, Peter Bikam, Thompson A. Adeboyejo, South Africa
  Database driven ergonomic vehicle development via a fully parametric seating buck
  Johannes Tiefnig, Mario Hirz, Wilhelm Dietrich, Austria
   
  Experimental investigation of the relationship between human discomfort and involuntary movements in vehicle seat
  Junya Tatsuno, Japan
  An ergonomic assessment of mass rapid transport trains in Metro Manila, Philippines
  Anna Patricia F. Martinez, Angela Jasmin B. Caingat, Raine Alexandra S. Robielos, Benette P. Custodio, Philippines
       
196
Information Systems
Session 196
Sunday, July 28
13:30-15:30
EHMD
Human Factors and Ergonomics in Healthcare and Medical Devices
Columbia 2
  Co-Chairs:  Sevgin Hunt and Christy Harper, USA    
  Research on the construction method of the hospital information system hourglass model
  Shifeng Zhao, Jie Shen, Huanzhen Weng, China
   
  Electronic health records in hospitals: Preventing dosing errors in the medication administration context
  Sevgin Hunt, Joyram Chakraborty, USA
  Designing hospital wayfinding systems, touchscreen kiosks, environmental cues and mobile Apps: An evaluation of a mobile wayfinding application
  Christy Harper, Tyler Duke, Andrea Crosser, Angie Avera, Spencer Jefferies, USA
  Developing instructions for use that encourage safe behaviour
  Tina Medeiros, Karen Chitty, Fiona Haig, UK
   
  Determining patient’s interest in patient portal use in a primary care clinic to improve portal adoption
  Martina Clarke, Kelly Karls, USA
   
  The challenge of designing new work systems towards effective e-Health interventions
  Isabel Duarte de Almeida, Maria João Delgado, Portugal 
   
  Modelling and analysis of prescription behaviour-based medicine inventory management systems
  Esha Saha, Pradip Kumar Ray, India
   
       
197
Usability and User Experience Applications IV
Session 197
Sunday, July 28
13:30-15:30
UUE
Usability and User Experience
Columbia 3
  Co-Chairs:  Eyal Eckhaus and Yun He, Israel/China    
  Interplay between usability and information system continuance: An extended model
  Aleksandra Sobodić, Igor Balaban, Croatia
   
  Sustainable design based on user research
  Yun He, Bo Ouyang, China
   
  Optimal design of smarter tourism user experience driving by service design
  Qing Xu, China
   
  Research on user experience design of cross-border e-commerce platform based on CUBI model and NPS index in the context of expanding import
  Yun Yang, Wei Yu, China
  Does the survey method affect the net promoter score?
  Jon Temple, Brenda Burkhart, Annette Tassone, USA
   
  Effects of different environment illuminations on visual task
  Yingwei Zhou, Tuoyang Zhou, Zhen Liao, Xin Wang, China
   
  Comparative analysis of user experience and usability of the public universities’ web sites of Riobamba City in Ecuador
  Pablo Rosas-Chavez, Jorge Mora-Fernandez, Carlos Suarez, Ecuador
       
198
System Accessibility Design
Session 198
Sunday, July 28
13:30-15:30
SYSI
Human Factors and Systems Interaction
Columbia 4
  Co-Chairs:  Sandra Sanchez-Gordon and Janio Jadán-Guerrero, Ecuador    
  Development of an accessible video game to improve the understanding of the test of Honey-Alonso
  Luis Salvador-Ullauri, Patricia Acosta-Vargas, Janio Jadán-Guerrero, Cesar Guevara, Sandra Sanchez-Gordon,
  Tania Calle-Jimenez, Patricio Lara-Alvarez, Ecuador
  Accessibility assessment in mobile applications for Android
  Patricia Acosta-Vargas, Luis Salvador-Ullauri, Janio Jadán-Guerrero, César Guevara, Sandra Sanchez-Gordon,
  Tania Calle-Jimenez, Patricio Lara-Alvarez, Ana Medina, Isabel Nunes, Ecuador/Portugal
  Fuzzy model for back posture correction during the walk
  Cesar Guevara, Janio Jadán-Guerrero, Patricia Acosta-Vargas, Tania Calle-Jimenez, Sandra Sanchez-Gordon,
  Luis Salvador-Ullauri, Patricio Lara, Diego Bonilla-Jurado, Ecuador
  Building hybrid interfaces to increase interaction with young children and children with special needs
  Cesar Guevara, Janio Jadán-Guerrero, Sandra Sanchez-Gordon, Tania Calle-Jimenez, Luis Salvador-Ullauri,
  Patricia Acosta-Vargas, Diego Bonilla-Jurado, Patricio Lara, Ecuador
  Implementation of controls for insertion of accessible images in open online editors based on WCAG guidelines. Case studies: TinyMCE and Summernote
  Sandra Sanchez-Gordon, Tania Calle-Jimenez, Jorge Villarroel-Ramos, Janio Jadán-Guerrero, Cesar Guevara,
  Patricio Lara-Alvarez, Patricia Acosta-Vargas, Luis Salvador-Ullauri, Ecuador
  Application to guide people with visual disability on Internal buildings, using Beacon Bluetooth positioning systems
  Cesar Guevara, Patricio Lara-Alvarez, Janio Jadán-Guerrero, Sandra Sanchez-Gordon, Tania Calle-Jimenez,
  Luis Salvador-Ullauri, Patricia Acosta-Vargas, Wilmer Illescas Espinoza, Ecuador
  Development of a programming code for image processing of nodular cast iron
  Victor Hidalgo, Carlos Díaz, Anibal Silva, José Erazo, Esteban Valencia, Ecuador
   
       
199
HRI Applications in the Workplace and Exoskeletons
Session 199
Sunday, July 28
13:30-15:30
HFRUS
Human Factors in Robots and Unmanned Systems
Columbia 9
  Co-Chairs:  Henning Petruck and Sandra Groos, Germany    
  Determination of the subjective strain experiences during assembly activities using the exoskeleton “Chairless Chair”
  Sandra Groos, Marie Fuchs, Karsten Kluth, Germany
  Human-robot cooperation in manual assembly – interaction concepts for the future workplace
  Henning Petruck, Jochen Nelles, Marco Faber, Heiner Giese, Marius Geibel, Stefan Mostert, Alexander Mertens,
  Christopher Brandl, Verena Nitsch, Germany
  Development of a standardized ergonomic assessment methodology for exoskeletons using both subjective and objective measurement techniques
  Michael Hefferle, Maria Lechner, Karsten Kluth, Marc Christian, Germany
  A study on the design of companion robots preferred by the elderly
  Soo Yeon Kim, Young Hoon Oh, Da Young Ju, South Korea
   
  Understanding the preference of the elderly for companion robot design
  Suyeon Oh, Young Hoon Oh, Da Young Ju, South Korea
   
  A nursing robot for social interactions and health assessment
  Anja Richert, Michael Schiffmann, Chrunrong Yuan, Germany
   
       
200
Cultural Aspects in Design
Session 200
Sunday, July 28
13:30-15:30
ED
Ergonomics in Design 
Columbia 10
  Co-Chairs: João Brandão and Elisabete Rolo, Portugal    
  The italic style, understanding the shape through history
  João Brandão, Catarina Almeida, Portugal
   
  Lighting design at workplaces: What should be the concerns for an architect?
  Sandra Preto, Portugal
   
  Design for the model of shared office space based on the logic of behavior: A case study of Chinese users
  Zhang Ping, Yang Simeng, Liu Tingyu, Zhang Liang, China
  The preservation of the built environment: A process of ergonomic design
  Conceição Trigueiros, Mario Saleiro Filho, Portugal
   
  Graphic design and cinema: Portuguese movie posters from the Nouvelle Vague period
  Elisabete Rolo, Maria do Carmo Kattau Tierno de Andrade Lopes, Portugal
   
  At hand, the brain of men
  Luis Miguel Francisco Ginja, Portugal
   
       
201
Applications in Software, Service and Systems Engineering III
Session 201
Sunday, July 28
13:30-15:30
HFSSSE
Human Factors in Software, Service and Systems Engineering
Columbia 11
  Co-Chairs:  Ronda Caswell and Xiaoli Wu, USA/China    
  The role of change readiness in determining existing relationship between TQM practices and employee performance
  Timothy Laseinde, Ifetayo Oluwafemi, Janharm Pretorius, Jesusetemi Oluwafemi, Ajayi Makinde, South Africa
  Analysis on visual information structure in intelligent control system based on order degree and information characterization
  Linlin Wang, Xiaoli Wu, Weiwei Zhang, Yiyao Zou, Xiaoshan Jiang, China
  An IT project management methodology generator based on an agile project management process framework
  Evangelos Markopoulos, UK
  A modernization story – Sociotechnical challenges in the journey from legacy to modern systems
  Ronda Caswell, Alfred Shoetan, Megan Reiling, USA
   
  An analysis of mobile questionnaire layouts
  Helge Nissen, Yi Zhang, Monique Janneck, Germany
   
  Modelling decision-making with intelligent agents to aid rural commuters in developing nations
  Patricio Julián Gerpe, Evangelos Markopoulos, UK
   
  Human interaction with the output of information extraction systems
  Erin Zaroukian, Justine Caylor, Michelle Vanni, Sue Kase, USA
   
       
202
Physical, Mental and Social Effects in Simulation
Session 202
Sunday, July 28
13:30-15:30
HFSIM
Human Factors and Simulation
Columbia 12
  Co-Chairs:  Sylwia Kaduk and Martina Scafà, UK/Italy    
  Surviving in Frankenstein’s lab - how to build and use a laboratory that applies multiple physiological sensors
  Sylwia Kaduk, Aaron Roberts, Neville Stanton, UK
  Assessment of students’ cognitive conditions in medical simulation training: A review study
  Martina Scafà, Eleonora Brandoni Serrani, Alessandra Papetti, Agnese Brunzini, Michele Germani, Italy
  Investigating human visual behavior by hidden Markov models in the design of marketing information
  Jerzy Grobelny, Rafał Michalski, Poland
   
  Modeling of airflow and dispersion of aerosols in a thanatopraxy room
 Jihen Chebil, Geneviève Marchand, Maximilien Debia, Loïc Wingert, Stéphane Hallé, Canada
   
  Dynamics of interactions
  Zbigniew Wisniewski, Aleksandra Polak-Sopinska, Malgorzata Wisniewska, Marta Jedraszek-Wisniewska, Poland
  Three-dimensional finite element analysis of the  finger exposed to handle vibration
  Alphin Masilamany Santha, Jain A R Tony B, India
   
       
203
Human Factors and Wearable Technologies III
Session 203
Sunday, July 28
13:30-15:30
HFWT
Human Factors and Wearable Technologies
Cardozo
  Co-Chairs:  Xiangyu Ge and Zeeshan Shaukat, China    
  Ergonomic evaluation of pilot helmet and neck injury
  Xiangyu Ge, Qianxiang Zhou, China
   
  Eye tracking in the diagnosis of aggressive behaviors and emotions: A systematic review of the literature
 Gabriela Gómez-Ochoa, P. Ortega-Chasi, O. Alvarado-Cando, M. Cobos-Cali, M. Artega-Sarmiento, Ecuador
  Research on smart wearable device design based on semiotic approach to product architecture design
  Lu Han, Huaxiang Yuan, Hongzhi Pan, China
   
  Facial recognition on cloud for android based wearable devices
  Zeeshan Shaukat, Chuangbai Xiao, M. Saqlain Aslam, Qurat ul Ain Farooq, Sara Aiman, China
   
  Integrating Markov chain model in wireless body sensor networks for improving patients’ remote monitoring systems
  Rabei Raad Ali, Salama A. Mostafa, Saraswathy Shamini Gunasekaran, Wafaa Mustafa Abduallah, Mazin Abed Mohammed,
  Malaysia/Iraq
       
204
Human Reliability Analysis for Safety Critical Industries
Session 204
Sunday, July 28
13:30-15:30
HERRP
Human Error, Reliability, Resilience, and Performance
Gunston West
  Co-Chairs:  Tun Liu and Ronald Boring, China/USA    
  Experimental research on measurement of team situation awareness in nuclear power plants
    Guimei Zuo, Jianhua Chen, Licao Dai, China
   
  A simulator experimental study on individual SA and Team SSA in digital MCRs of NPPs
  Pengcheng Li, Xiao Jin, Yanxing Wang, Jianhua Chen, Licao Dai, China
   
  Safety risk assessment of space launch site considering human reliability
  Tun Liu, Wenjin Zhang, Xing Pan, Xiaoxia Wang, China
   
  Method for crew human reliability analysis based on CREAM
  Xiaoxia Wang, Wenjin Zhang, Xing Pan, Tun Liu, China
   
  A model for automatically detecting and classifying human errors with procedural basis in nuclear power plants
  Jeeyea Ahn, Seung Jun Lee, South Korea
       
205
Recent Developments in Rapid Prototyping for Assistive Technologies
Session 205
Sunday, July 28
13:30-15:30
AMMSP
Additive Manufacturing, Modeling Systems and 3D Prototyping 
Embassy
  Co-Chairs:  Frode Eika Sandnes and Fausto Orsi Medola, Norway/Brazil    
  Using virtual reality and rapid prototyping to co-create together with hospitalized children
  Vanessa Ghirardeli Usó, Frode Eika Sandnes, Fausto Orsi Medola, Brazil
   
  Avoiding product abandonment through user centered design: A case study involving the development of a 3D printed customized upper limb prosthesis
  Amanda Coelho Figliolia, Fausto Orsi Medola, Frode Eika Sandnes, Luis Carlos Paschoarelli, Ana Claudia Tavares Rodrigues,
  Brazil
  Evaluation of orthosis rapid prototyping during the design process: Analysis of verification models
  Ana Lya Moya Ferrari, Aline Darc Piculo dos Santos, Guilherme da Silva Bertolaccini, Fausto Orsi Medola and
  Frode Eika Sandnes, Brazil
  3D printing as tool for guiding product design: A teaching experience in the ergonomics course
  Rodolfo Nucci Porsani, Bruno Borges da Silva, Luiz Antonio Vasques Hellmeister, Fausto Orsi Medola,
  Luis Carlos Paschoarelli, Brazil
  Design and development of a myoelectric upper limb prosthesis with 3D printing: A low-cost alternative
  Bruno Borges da Silva, Rodolfo Nucci Porsani, Luiz Antonio Vasquez Hellmeister, Fausto Orsi Medola,
  Luis Carlos Paschoarelli, Brazil
  Manufacturing technology in rehabilitation practice: Implications for its implementation in assistive technology production
  Idinei Francisco Pires de Carvalho Filho, Fausto Orsi Medola, Frode Eika Sandnes, Luis Carlos Paschoarelli, Brazil
       
206
Human Aspects in Industrial Environment
Session 206
Sunday, July 28
13:30-15:30
APMPC
Advanced Production Management and Process Control
Gunston East
  Co-Chairs: Akihiko Goto and A .A. M. Macias, Japan/Mexico    
  Cognitive analyses for the improvement of service orders completion in an information technology center: A case of study
  Aide Maldonado, Manuel Alejandro Barajas-Bustillos, Margarita Ortiz-Solís, Arturo Realyvásquez,
  Juan Luis Hernández-Arellano, Mexico
  Design of a model of assignment of workers and operations that reduces the biomechanical danger in a panela productive unit of Colombia
  Yenny Alexandra Paredes, Juan Pablo Caballero, Colombia
  Motion analysis of manufacturing of large ”Echizen Washi" Japanese traditional paper
  Yuji Kawamori, Hiroyuki Nakagawa, Kozo Igarashi, Yoshikiyo Yamada, Naoki Sugiyama, Kazuaki Yamashiro, Akihiko Goto,
  Hiroyuki Hamada, Japan
  Cognitive and organizational criteria for workstation design
  Salvador Ávila Filho, Jade Avila, Beata Mrugalska, Magdalena K. Wyrwicka, Érica Cayres, Júlia Ávila, Maraísa Souza,
  Poland/Brazil
  Job strain index by gender among middle and high managers of the Maquiladora industry Ciudad Juarez, Mexico
  Aide Maldonado, Margarita Ortiz-Solís, Oziely Armenta-Hernández, Karla Hernández-Luna, Jorge García-Alcaraz, Mexico
  Organizational culture requirements for the achievement of world class manufacturing
  Zbigniew Wisniewski, Michal Paszkowski, Malgorzata Wisniewska, Poland 
   
  Evaluation of "Jiai" of large ”Echizen Washi" Japanese traditional paper
  Hiroyuki Nakagawa, Yuji Kawamori, Kozo Igarashi, Yoshikiyo Yamada, Mitsunori Suda, Naoki Sugiyama, Kazuaki Yamashiro,
  Hiroyuki Hamada, Akihiko Goto, Japan
       
207
Human Factors and Assistive Technology V
Session 207
Sunday, July 28
13:30-15:30
HFAT
Human Factors and Assistive Technology
Jay
  Co-Chairs:  Stijn Verwulgen and Chor-Kheng Lim, Belgium/Taiwan    
  The design of the paediatric prosthesis: Questionnaire assessment of stigma-inducing factors in primary children school
  Steven Truijen, Kristof Vaes, Erik Haring, Hilde Feys, Anouche Van den Eynde, Emilie Meyvis, Eric van Breda, Evi Schaerlaken,
  Stijn Verwulgen, Belgium
  Design of a low cost 3d scanner for anthropometric measurements
  Pablo  Davila, Esteban Carrera, Oswaldo Jara, Horfayt  Bassantes , Ecuador
   
  Human factors product design for a prototype of hair loss prevention machine for cancer patients during chemotherapy treatments
  Nantakrit Yodpijit, Manutchanok Jongprasithporn, Thailand
  An ergonomic assessment of accessible pedestrian signal sound types for the University of the Philippines Diliman
  Evander Del Rosario, Camilla Isabel Suarez, Alexander Go Tian, Philippines
  Pillow fight: Application of conductive fabric technology in activities for dementia
  Chor-Kheng Lim, Taiwan
   
       
208
Artificial Intelligence and Social Computing II
Session 208
Sunday, July 28
13:30-15:30
AISC
Human Factors in Artifiical Intelligence and Social Computing
Holmead East
  Co-Chairs:  Rita Yi Man Li and Xinyu Cao, China    
  Fourth industrial revolution: An impact on health care industry
  Prisilla Jayanthi, V. Murali Krishna Iyyanki, Aruna Mothkuri, Prakruthi Vadakattu, India
   
  Detection of cutaneous tumors in dogs using deep learning techniques
  Cesar Guevara, Matilde Lorena Zapata Saavedra, Ivan Ramirez-Morales, Fernando Aguilar-Galvez,
  Lorena Elizabeth Chalco Torres, Ecuador
  Human-AI collaboration development: Interim communication rivalry of generation
  Olga Burukina, Finland/Russia
   
  Multicriteria analysis in the proposed environmental management regulations for construction in Aurora, Guayas, Ecuador
  Christian Zambrano Murillo, Jesús Rafael Hechavarría Hernández, Maikel  Leyva Vázquez, Ecuador
  Random samplings using Metropolis Hastings algorithm
  Miguel Arcos-Argudo, Rodolfo Bojorque, Andrea Plaza, Ecuador
   
  The research on automatic acquirement of the domain terms
  Liangliang Liu, Haitao Wang, Zhang Fan, Jing Zhao, Zhao Chao, Gang Wu, Xinyu Cao, China
   
       
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210
Virtual Reality and Machine Learning for Neuroergonomics
Session 210
Sunday, July 28
16:00-18:00
CN
Cognitive & Neuroergonomics 
Morgan
  Co-Chairs:  Hasan Ayaz and Adrian Curtin, USA    
  Integration of virtual reality and motor imagery based brain computer interface
  Callan Powell, Hasan Ayaz, USA
   
  A test setting to compare spatial awareness on paper and in virtual reality using EEG signals
  Sander Van Goethem, Kimberly Adema, Britt van Bergen, Emilia Viaene, Eva Wenborn, Stijn Verwulgen, Belgium
  Multimodal fNIRS-EEG classification using deep learning algorithms for brain-computer interfaces purposes
  Marjan Saadati, Jill Nelson, Hasan Ayaz, USA
  Convolutional neural network for hybrid fNIRS-EEG mental workload classification
  Marjan Saadati, Jill Nelson, Hasan Ayaz, USA
   
  Impacts of the time interval on the choice blindness persistence:  A visual cognition test-based study
  Qiuzhu Zhang, Yi Lu, Huayan Huangfu, Shan Fu, China
   
       
211
Ergonomics in Design: Applications II
Session 211
Sunday, July 28
16:00-18:00
ED
Ergonomics in Design 
Holmead West
  Co-Chairs:   Luciana Cruz and Yumeng Zhang, Brazil/China    
  Service mapping: Case study of university waste management system
  Flávia Azevedo, Luciana Cruz, Brazil
   
  Current theoretical developments and applications of Fitts’ Law: A literature review
  Rong Jiang, Zhenyu Gu, China
   
  Ergonomic research in Civil aircraft external service design
  Yu Chen, China
   
  Research on ergonomic design and evaluation of office backrest curve
  Yumeng Zhang, Ling Luo, China
   
  A synthesis of sociotechnical principles for system design
  Amangul Imanghaliyeva, Pauline Thompson, Paul Salmon, Neville Stanton, UK
   
       
212
Cross-Cultural Decision Making II
Session 212
Sunday, July 28
16:00-18:00
CCDM
Cross-Cultural Decision Making
Fairchild East
  Co-Chairs:  Atsuo Murata and Noriko Okabe, Japan    
  Cross-cultural motivations for information sharing in incident management at major events
  Guadalupe Hernández-Escobedo, David K. Allen, Alan D. Pearman, Claudia Alejandra Ituarte-González, Mexico
  Cross-cultural difference of free agent system between MLB and NPB (Nippon Professional Baseball)
  Atsuo Murata, Japan
   
  Design benchmarking study between Alessi products and Chinese commodities
  Lixia  Hua, Junnan Ye, China
   
  Language and cultural learning in a short-term study abroad: An Investigation of Japanese sojourners in Canada
  Chihiro Tajima, Japan
  English education for young learners in China and Europe
  Jiali Du, Pingfang Yu, China
   
       
213
Applications in Human Interaction and Design
Session 213
Sunday, July 28
16:00-18:00
ICEEP
Industrial Cognitive Ergonomics and Engineering Psychology 
Du Pont
  Co-Chairs:  Peter Thorvald and Fang Guo, Sweden/UK    
  Embodied interactions in cognitive manufacturing
  Peter Thorvald, Jessica Lindblom, Ari Kolbeinsson, Sweden
   
  Assessment of user interpretation on various vibration signals in mobile phones
  Giorgio Romero, Nikko Marcelo Palomares, Jean Louie Victor, Philippines
   
  Hand gesture based control of NAO Robot using MYO armband
  Sara Ali, Mohammad Samad, Faisal Mehmood, Yasar Ayaz, Wajahat Mehmood Qazi, Muhammad Jawad Khan, Umer Asgher,
  Pakistan
  Changing the role of design
  Fang Guo, Zaili Yang, Ian Jenkinson, Johanna Ender, UK 
 
  Effect of different visual stimuli on joint attention of ASD children using NAO robot
  Sara Ali, Faisal Mehmood, Yasar Ayaz, Umer Asgher, Muhammad Jawad Khan, Pakistan
   
       
214
Designing Autonomy in Transportation: Age and Inclusion
Session 214
Sunday, July 28
16:00-18:00
RR
Human Factors in Transportation - Road & Rail 
Columbia 1
  Co-Chairs:  Patrick Langdon and Nermin Caber, UK    
  Designing adaptation in cars: An exploratory survey on drivers’ usage of ADAS and car adaptations
  Nermin Caber, Patrick Langdon, John Clarkson, UK
   
  An inclusive, fully autonomous vehicle simulator for the introduction of human-robot interaction technologies
  Theocharis Amanatidis, Patrick Langdon, John Clarkson, UK
  The impact of different human machine interface feedback modalities on older participants' user experience of CAVs in a simulator environment
  Iveta Eimontaite, Alexandra Voinescu, Chris Alford, Praminda Caleb-solly, Phillip Morgan, UK
  Supporting older drivers’ visual processing of intersections - effects of providing prior information
  Matthias Beggiato, Franziska Hartwich, Tibor Petzoldt, Josef Krems, Germany
   
  User experience in immersive VR-based serious game: An application in highly automated driving training
  Mahdi Ebnali, Cyrus Kian, Majid E Heidari, Adel Mazlomi, USA
  Comparison of child and adult pedestrian perspectives of external features on autonomous vehicles using virtual reality experiment
  Shuchisnigdha Deb, Daniel Carruth, Muztaba Fuad, Laura Stanley, Darren Frey, USA
       
215
Panel: Practical State of the Art Augmented and Virtual Reality for Operational Usage
Session 215
Sunday, July 28
16:00-18:00
SYSI
Human Factors and Systems Interaction
Columbia 2
  Co-Chairs:  Nina M. Berry and Bill Prugh, USA    
  Practical state of the art augmented and virtual reality for operational usage
  William Prugh, USA
   
  SEE:  Synthetic environment enhancement
  Vaughn Whisker, USA
   
  The virtual standardized patient for medical education simulation
  Sean Hauze, USA
   
  Vantage: Practical state of the art augmented and virtual reality for operational usage
  Jonathan Wilson, Drew Massey, Joe Chimento, USA
   
  The challenges of mass adoption of AR/VR for nuclear security
  Tam Le, USA
   
       
216
Human Factors, Sustainable Urban Planning and Infrastructure III
Session 216
Sunday, July 28
16:00-18:00
SUPI
Human Factors, Architecture, Sustainable Urban Planning and Infrastructure 
Columbia 3
  Co-Chairs: Christianne Falcao and Eduardo Navarro, Brazil/UK    
  A sociotechnical systems approach for assessing university campus developments
  Eduardo Navarro, Graeme Bowles, Guy Walker, UK
   
  Current situation and countermeasures of Chinese street furniture design in intelligent development context
  Tongwen Wang, Wuzhong Zhou, China
  Research on the transformation model of spiritual requirement in elderly-oriented design
  Maiqi Lin, Huifang Shang, Chuanshun Wang, Yongtao Zheng, China
   
  The various factors affecting occupants’ satisfaction in the open-plan shared office
  Shaoning Ren, Linong Dai, China
   
  Effects of the urban form on the external thermal comfort in low-income settlements of Guayaquil, Ecuador
  Maria Virginia Ricaurte Romero, Byron Almeida, Jesús Rafael Hechavarría Hernández, Boris Forero, Ecuador
  Identification of residential well-being factors in urban community design
  Xintong Wei, Guangtian Zou and Kin Wai Michael Siu, China
   
       
217
Usability and User Experience Applications V
Session 217
Sunday, July 28
16:00-18:00
UUE
Usability and User Experience 
Columbia 4
  Co-Chairs:  Yiwen Pan and Xin Chen, China    
  Emotional effects of smart aromatherapeutic home devices
  Jiashan Pan, Tao Xi, Rong Jiang, China
   
  Research on visitors experience of Chinese family group in domestic child-orientated exhibition
  Yiwen Pan, Ding-Bang Luh, China
   
  Personalized design of food packaging driven by user preferences
  Yan Yan, Chen Tang, Liqun Zhang, China
   
  The new thinking in emotional user experience: from visual metaphor to interactive affordance
  Xin Chen, China
   
  Let’s make this personal: Improving the user experience on support portals through personalization
  Jon Temple, Kenn Roberson, Paula Nezbedova, USA
   
  System of recommendation and automatic correction of web accessibility using artificial intelligence
  Paulina Morillo, Diego Chicaiza Herrera, Diego Vallejo-Huanga, Ecuador
   
       
218
Educational Strategies
Session 218
Sunday, July 28
16:00-18:00
TELS
Human Factors in Training, Education, and Learning Sciences 
Columbia 9
  Co-Chairs:  Graziela Sousa and Martin Kröll, Portugal/Germany    
  Entrepreneurship education and digitization
  Martin Kröll, Germany
   
  Entrepreneurship education for fashion design
  Graziela Sousa, Ines Simoes, Paulo Maldonado, Portugal
   
  Analyzing phonological factor criteria by measuring information processing traits contributed to effectiveness through educational support system
  Keiko Tsujioka, Japan
  Educational strategies for coping with problems of stay up late based on the psychological characteristics of contemporary Chinese college students
  Lin Yueyi, Zhou Wuzhong, China
  Manguinhos´ shanty-town: Investigating low income students´ education problems and their environmental and social context
  Nathalia Pompeu , Luiza Rebello, Arlene Pompeu, Brazil
       
219
Theoretical Advances in Human Error and Performance
Session 219
Sunday, July 28
16:00-18:00
HERRP
Human Error, Reliability, Resilience, and Performance
Columbia 10
  Co-Chairs:  Beata Mrugalska and Kaveh Sheikhrezaei, Poland/USA    
  Relating the learning styles, dependency, and working memory capacity to performance effectiveness in collaborative problem solving
  Kaveh Sheikhrezaei, Craig Harvey, USA
  Research on human error in operation task under the coupling of time of day and stress
  Xing Pan, Xianheng Zhao, Wenjin Zhang, Yuhang Jiang, China
   
  Organizational risk dynamics archetypes for unmanned aerial system maintenance and human error shaping factors
  Yi Lu, Huayan Huangfu, Shuguang Zhang, Shan Fu, China
  Time-reliability correlation for the human reliability analysis of a digitalized main control room
  Wondea Jung, Jinkyun Park, South Korea
   
  Human performance in the simulated multiple asset routing testbed (SMART): An individual differences approach
  Noelle Brown, Joseph Coyne, Ciara Sibley, Cyrus Foroughi, USA
  Shared spatial situation awareness as a team performance indicator in collaborative spatial orientation task
  Baptiste Prebot, Jean-Marc Salotti, Coralie Vennin, Bernard Claverie, France
       
220
Human Factors for Textile Design/Engineering
Session 220
Sunday, July 28
16:00-18:00
HFATE
Human Factors for Apparel and Textile Engineering 
Columbia 11
  Co-Chairs:  Cristina Carvalho and Carla Morais, Portugal    
  Ancient handcraft improved by new material
  Isabel Bieger, Cristina Carvalho, Gianni Montagna, Portugal
   
  Lean manufacturing model for the reduction of production times and reduction of the returns of defective items in textile industry
  Yanira Andrade, Leslie Cardenas, Gino Viacava, Carlos Raymundo, Francisco Dominguez, Peru 
  Apparels for comfort. Knitting for people
  Gianni Montagna, Cristina Carvalho, Carla Morais, Portugal
   
  Cognitive behavior difference based on sensory analysis in tactile evaluation of fabrics
  Jun Zhang, Hui Tao, Xuewei Jiang, China
   
  Changes in physical and technical characteristics of raw materials in the process of making a bra
  Ana Brígida Filipe, Cristina Carvalho, Gianni Montagna, Portugal
   
  Human factors in apparel and fashion exhibition design
  Catarina Carreto, Rui Carreto, Portugal
   
       
221
Human Factors in Aging and Gerontology II
Session 221
Sunday, July 28
16:00-18:00
AGE
Human Factors in Aging and Gerontology 
Columbia 12
  Co-Chairs: Carlos Aceves-Gonzalez and Qiu Hongjun, Mexico/China    
  Design of waist wear products for warm-up training for the elderly
  Xin Ye, Qian Ji, China
   
  Design and strategy of senior tourism under the background of population aging
  Qiu Hongjun, Linong Dai, China
   
  The design adaptation of the virtual assistant Anne for moderate dementia patients and their formal caregivers in protected environment tests
  Vera Stara, Michiel de Jong, Elisa Felici, Daniel Bolliger, Edith Birrer, Viviane von Dollen, Lorena Rossi, Marcel Heerink, Italy
  Design and implementation of bed-exit alarm system for preventing elderly falling
  Ching Ta Wu, Chien-Hsu Chen, Taiwan
   
       
222
Additive Manufacturing, New Materials and Industrial Processes
Session 222
Sunday, July 28
16:00-18:00
AMMSP
Additive Manufacturing, Modeling Systems and 3D Prototyping 
Cardozo
  Co-Chairs:  Paul Tallon and Siobhan Heiden, UK/USA    
  Experimental evaluation of mechanical properties and machine process in fused deposition modelling printed polymeric elements
  Salvatore Brischetto, Roberto Torre, Carlo Ferro, Italy
  Investigation of bioplastics for additive manufacturing
  Daniel Saloni, Nicole Mervine, USA  
   
  Human performance differences between drawing-based and model-based reference materials
  Eric Moyer, Siobhan Heiden, USA
   
  A holistic approach to additive manufacturing: From design for additive manufacturing to part verification in product development
  Michael Wilson, Paul Tallon, UK
  Case study analysis for development strategies of construction 3D printing
  Xiangcheng Meng, Xueqing Zhang, China
   
  Design for additive manufacturing of mechanical connections toward hybrid products
  Álvaro M. Sampaio, Rita Gonçalves, André Lima, Paulo J. S. Cruz, Bruno Figueiredo, Sandra Carvalho, António J. Pontes,
  Portugal
  Design of a set of geometries and templates for the analysis of surface in the process of fused filament fabrication
  Julian Aguilar-Duque, Juan Luis Hernández-Arellano, Cesar Balderrama-Armendariz, Liliana Avelar Sosa, Mexico
       
224
Organizational Complexity and Leadership Management
Session 224
Sunday, July 28
16:00-18:00
HFML
Human Factors in Management and Leadership
Embassy
  Co-Chairs:  Józef Frąś and Zhang Zhang, Poland/China    
  Oriental lifestyle construction and furniture design based on a means-end theory
  Zhang Zhang, Jianxin Cheng, Tengye Li, Qianqian Wu, China
   
  Changes in the organizational culture of the university in mergers and acquisitions
  Lukasz Sulkowski, Andrzej Wozniak, Robert Seliga, Poland
   
  Image and brand awareness in universities in consolidation processes
  Lukasz Sulkowski, Robert Seliga, Andrzej Wozniak, Poland
   
  The impact of work environment in concurrence to productivity in higher institutions
  Timothy Laseinde, Ifetayo Oluwafemi, Janharm Pretorius, Jesusetemi Oluwafemi, South Africa
   
  Evaluation and prediction of the financial and management indicators in SMEs with the use of artificial neural networks
  Ives Torriente, Arlys Michel Lastre, Clemencia Carrera Naranjo, Paulina Morales, Karla Quishpe, Ecuador
  The role of creative curriculum planning in reducing early school leaving – applying service design in re-forming the pedagogical program of schools
  Tibor Barath, Hungary
  The economics of intangible assets: From just value to value creation
  Aicha Dif, Zahra Hamdani, Abdelbaki Benziane, Algeria
   
       
225
Human Systems Engineering and User Centered Design
Session 225
Sunday, July 28
16:00-18:00
HFSSSE
Human Factors in Software, Service and Systems Engineering
Gunston East
  Co-Chairs:  C. J. Hutto and Tanya Andrews, USA    
  A system for user centered classification and ranking of points of interest using data mining in geographical data sets
  Maximilian Barta, Dena Farooghi, Dietmar Tutsch, Germany
  Model-based human systems engineering for HSI: Decision support for analysis of alternatives in the manpower, personnel, and training domains
  C.J. Hutto, USA
  NASA Marshall Space Flight Center human factors engineering analysis of various hatch sizes
  Tanya Andrews, Becky Stewart, Walter Deitzler, USA
   
  Improving the Blockchain user experience - An approach to address Blockchain mass adoption issues from a human-centred perspective
  Leonhard Glomann, Maximilian Schmid, Nika Kitajewa, Germany
  An alternative graphic and mathematical method of dimensional analysis: Its application on 71 constructive models of social housing in Guayaquil
  Byron Almeida, Pamela Bermeo, Jesús Rafael Hechavarría Hernández, Jesús Anaya, Boris Forero, Ecuador
       
226
Mental State Assessment II
Session 226
Sunday, July 28
16:00-18:00
CN
Cognitive & Neuroergonomics 
Jay
  Co-Chairs:  José León-Carrión and Ryan McKendrick, Spain/USA    
  The neuromodulative effects of tiredness and mental fatigue on cognition, and the use of medication
  Jose Leon-Carrion, Umberto Leon-Dominguez, Maria del Rosario Dominguez-Morales, Spain
  Affective state estimation for neuroergonomic applications with fNIRS and EEG: A narrative review of the literature
  Nina Rothstein, John Kounios, Hasan Ayaz, USA
  Advanced and objective real-time drowsiness monitoring enables a new generation of fatigue risk management systems (FRMS)
  Clementine Francois, Eva Hansenne, Philippe Cabon, Jerome Wertz, Belgium
  Time pressure: Effects of mental workload on mental effort mobilization and behavioral adaptability, a cardiovascular approach
  Charlotte Mallat, Julien Cegarra, Christophe Calmettes, Rémi Capa, France
  Pilot workload during simulated remotely piloted aircraft:  A multi-modal sensing approach
  Denny Yu, Chantale Wilson, Fredrick Webber, Eric Watz, Christopher Stevens, Wink Bennett, USA
   
  A cognitive analysis suite for enhancing recruitment and training of the cyber warfighter
  Ryan McKendrick, USA
   
     
227
Digital Human Modeling and Applied Optimization III
Session 227
Sunday, July 28
16:00-18:00
DHMAO
Digital Human Modeling and Applied Optimization 
Holmead East
  Co-Chairs:  Sudhakar Rajulu and André Kaiser, USA/Germany    
  Quantification of buttock deformation on a rigid seat
  Michael Harry, Russell Marshall, Michael Fray, UK
   
  Dynamical model of muscle fatigue and recovery considering the roles of slow-twitch and fast-twitch muscles
  Hayato Miura, Isamu Nishida, Keiichi Shirase, Japan
  Virtual human hand: grasps and fingertip deformation
  Esteban Peña-Pitarch, Neus Tico Falguera, Anas Al Omar, Iñaki Alcelay-larión, Jordi Vives Costa, Spain
  Prediction of human maximum forces – a comparison of four approaches to calculate muscle-torque
  André Kaiser, Angelika C. Bullinger, Germany
   
  Assessment of upper body posture with garment-embedded flexible strain sensors
  Linh Vu, Yaritza Hernandez, Elizabeth Benson, Eduardo Beltran, Han Kim, Sudhakar Rajulu, USA
   
  Digital human updated: Merging the thermal layer with the 3D anthropometric model
  Consuelo Latorre Sánchez, Andrés Soler, Eduardo Parrilla, Jose Laparra, Jose Solaz, Alfredo Ballester, Spain
       

 Friday, July 26
Detailed Technical Program
  Saturday, July 27
Detailed Technical Program
  Sunday, July 28
Detailed Technical Program
 

  2019 Tracks and Acronyms  
1 Human Factors in Aging and Gerontology  AGE
2 Human Factors in Artifiical Intelligence and Social Computing AISC
3 Additive Manufacturing, Modeling Systems and 3D Prototyping  AMMSP
4 Affective and Pleasurable Design APD 
5 Advanced Production Management and Process Control APMPC
6 Human Factors in Transportation:  Aviation AVI
7 Cross-Cultural Decision Making CCDM
8 Cognitive Computing and Internet of Things (IoT) CCIoT
9 Neuroergonomics & Cognitive Engineering CN
10 Human Factors in Cybersecurity CYBER
11 Digital Human Modeling and Applied Optimization DHMAO
12 Design for Inclusion DI
13 Ergonomics in Design ED
14 Human Factors and Ergonomics in Healthcare and Medical Devices EHMD
15 Human Factors in Energy: Oil, Gas, Nuclear and Electric Power Industries ENERGY
16 Human Error, Reliability, Resilience, and Performance  HERRP
17 Human Factors and Assistive Technology HFAT
18 Human Factors for Apparel and Textile Engineering HFATE
19 Human Factors, Business Management and Society  HFBMS
20 Human Factors in Communication of Design HFCD
21 Human Factors in Virtual Environments and Game Design  HFGD
22 Human Factors in Management and Leadership HFML
23 Human Factors in Robots and Unmanned Systems HFRUS
24 Human Factors and Simulation HFSIM
25 Human Factors in Software, Service and Systems Engineering HFSSSE
26 Human Factors and Wearable Technologies HFWT
27 Industrial Cognitive Ergonomics and Engineering Psychology ICEEP
28 Interdisciplinary Practice in Industrial Design IPID
29 Kansei Engineering  KE
30 Human Factors in Transportation:  Maritime MAR
31 The Human Aspects of Advanced Manufacturing: Managing Enterprise of the Future MFG 
32 Physical Ergonomics & Human Factors PEHF
33 Human Factors in Transportation: Road & Rail RR
34 Human Factors in Sports, Injury Prevention and Outdoor Recreation  SIPOR
35 Safety Management and Human Factors SMHF
36 Social & Occupational Ergonomics SOE
37 Human Factors in Transportation:  Space  SPACE
38 Human Factors, Architecture, Sustainable Urban Planning and Infrastructure SUPI
39 Human Factors and Systems Interaction SYSI
40 Human Factors in Training, Education, and Learning Sciences TELS
41 Usability and User Experience UUE
 
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