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Stanislas Couix <[log in to unmask]>
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Stanislas Couix <[log in to unmask]>
Wed, 30 Jan 2008 15:42:15 +0100
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As part of an ongoing research within the Ergonomics - Behavior & 
Interactions Laboratory (EA 4070), Paris Descartes University, we wish 
to obtain information about the practice of ergonomists who use (or 
perhaps do not use) formal notation to describe the tasks and/or 
activity of operators during an ergonomic intervention.

This survey is directed to all ergonomists (corporate ergonomists, 
consultants, researchers or freelance ergonomists), engaged in any area 
of intervention (HCI, health and safety, etc.), who describe (or have 
already described in the past) tasks and/or activities in the form of 
models in their work practice. The survey also aims to understand the 
reasons put forward by those who do not rely on task models.

Filling out the questionnaire should take less than 15 minutes, it will 
raise awareness of current practices in task modeling and questions 
regarding our needs in terms of tools for ergonomic interventions, so 
why not participate ? Your participation would be both useful and welcome.

If you wish to participate or wish to obtain more information about us 
or about the survey you should go to: 

Best Regards,

Jean-Marie Burkhardt, Lecturer at Paris Descartes University
Stanislas Couix, Master's degree student at Paris Descartes University

Stanislas Couix

Unité Ergonomie, Comportement et Interactions (EA 4070)
Université Paris Descartes
Bureau 701, 7ème étage
45, rue des Saints-Pères
75270 Paris Cedex 06

Tel: +33 (0)1 42 86 21 34
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