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"Jastrzembski, Tiffany S Civ USAF AFMC 711 HPW/RHAC" <[log in to unmask]>
Wed, 27 Jan 2010 14:47:48 -0500
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You are invited to submit your research to the 54th Annual Human Factors
and Ergonomics Society (HFES) Annual Meeting.  
                Submission Deadline:  February 19, 2010 

           				Navigate to: for more

The meeting, to be held September 27 to October 1 at the Hyatt Regency
San Francisco, Embarcadero Center, will feature 100+ technical sessions
and feature HF/E aspects of health care and medical devices, surface and
air transportation, cognitive engineering, human performance modeling,
virtual environments, computer hardware and software design, product
design, aging, training, test and evaluation, environmental design, and
system development.

The Human Performance Modeling Technical Group (HPM-TG) is concerned
with the development and application of predictive, reliable,
quantitative models of human performance.  Distinct to other approaches
of behavioral and cognitive modeling, HPM considers the human in the
context of a designed task environment - examining the
human-in-the-loop.  The scope of the models of interest encompass the
scope of systems of interest to the Human Factors and Ergonomics
Society.  Hence, we equally promote models of isolated aspects of human
performance, models of the cognitive control of memory, attention,
perception, and action, and models of an integrative nature that receive
task-related information from the environment and produce thoughtful
human-like action.  

General topics of interest to our TG include: the basic science
foundation for models, engineering research required to apply models to
human factors issues, new formalisms for modeling, and techniques to
evaluate predictive success of models.  

Special topics of interest for HFES 2010 include Human Performance
Modeling in the domains of aviation (UAV/UAS particularly), and in the
health care industry.

We envision our TG as a forum for testing modeling approaches emerging
from the basic research community against the hard realities of human
factors problems. Please consider submitting your work to what will be a
high scientific quality event in San Francisco later this year! 

Tiffany S. Jastrzembski, Ph.D.
Human Performance Modeling Technical Group Program Chair
Tiffany S. Jastrzembski, Ph.D.
Cognitive Research Psychologist
711th Human Performance Wing
Air Force Research Laboratory
6030 South Kent Street, Mesa, AZ 85212
Phone: (480) 988-6561 x688
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