2011 Webinar Series
A benefit of HFES membership is a monthly Webinar series. HFES Webinars aim to provide continuing education to members on a variety of topics and domains, with the convenience of virtual participation. Webinar presenters are selected from among past HFES award winners, recent authors in HFES publications, high-profile members, and those conducting research or practice in key topical areas. Members do not have to pay an additional charge to participate.
The following is a schedule of Webinars being provided for HFES members.
If you are an HFES member, all webinar recordings and handouts will be available at hfes.org within 5 business days of the presentation. If you are not an HFES member and you register for a webinar, you will be e-mailed a copy of the webinar recording and handouts also within 5 business days.
Cognitive Work Analysis: A Tutorial
Gavan Lintern, Private Consultant, Cognitive Systems Design
Imperfect Automation Alerting Systems: Lessons Learned From Air Traffic Control Conflict Alerts
Christopher D. Wickens, Senior Scientist, Alion Science and Technology
Human Factors Design for Medical Devices?Overview of the Latest Standard: AAMI HE75:2009
Edmond W. Israelski, Human Factors Program Manager, Abbott Laboratories
Human Factors in Product and Interface Design
Robert Tannen, Director of Research & Interface Design, Bresslergroup
Overview of BCPE Certification
William J. Boyd, Senior Vice President, CNA Insurance Company
Myths About Autonomous Machines and Robots
David D. Woods, Director, Center for Complexity in Natural, Social, and Engineered Systems; Professor, Department of Integrated Systems Engineering: Human Systems Integration Section, Ohio State University.
The Human Factors Expert: A Key Component in Forensic Investigation and Litigation
Marc L. Resnick, Professor, Bentley University
Current Trends in Situation Awareness Research and Application
Mica R. Endsley, President, SA Technologies
2010 Dieter W. Jahns Student Practitioner Award Recipient: "Design of a Public Urinal"
Augusto Espinosa, Graduate Human Factors Program Student, Embry-Riddle Aeronautical University
Neuroergonomics Theory and Methods
Raja Parasuraman, Professor, George Mason University
Managing Human Error in Complex Systems
Scott A. Shappell, Professor, Department of Industrial Engineering, Clemson University; Founding Partner, HFACS, Inc.
Making the Human-Technology Marriage Work
John D. Lee, Emerson Electric Professor, Department of Industrial and Systems Engineering, University of Wisconsin-Madison