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Webinars

2012 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.

2012 SCHEDULE

January 30

Getting the Most Out of Your Graduate School Education
Expert Panel: Anthony D. Andre, Principal, Interface Analysis Associates, and Professor, San Jose State University; Deborah A. Boehm-Davis, George Mason University; Ronald G. Shapiro, Independent Consultant; and Christopher Brill, Assistant Professor, Old Dominion University

February 21

Authority and Responsibility in Human-Automation Interactions
Thomas B. Sheridan, Ford Professor of Engineering and Applied Psychology Emeritus Dept. of Mechanical Engineering and Dept of Aeronautics and Astronautics, MIT

March 20

Human Factors/Ergonomics Standards
Paul Green, Research Professor, University of Michigan Transportation Research Institute and Adjunct Associate Professor, Industrial and Operations Engineering

April 23

Why Systems Work
Gavan Lintern, Private Consultant, Cognitive Systems Design

May 24

Designing Questionnaires: How Hard Can That Be?
William F. Moroney, Professor Emeritus, University of Dayton

June 19

Human Factors/Ergonomics Research on Adaptive Automation and Automation Modeling Approaches
David Kaber, Professor and Director of the Human Factors and Ergonomics Program, Edward P. Fitts Department of Industrial & Systems Engineering, North Carolina State University

July 30

Weather Forecaster Decision Making and Tornado Warning Communication
Ellen Bass, Associate Professor, University of Virginia

August 8

Countering Sleep and Fatigue Myths in 24/7 Operations
James C. Miller, Miller Ergonomics

September 24

The Specious Present, Natural Interaction, and Why Suboptimal Performance Results When Human Systems Violate the Design Assumptions of Nature
Wayne Gray, Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute and Alexander von Humboldt Foundation

October 10

Macroergonomic Attributes of Safe and Unsafe Systems: An Introduction and Tribute to Dr. Bentzi Karsh
Brian M. Kleiner, Professor, Virginia Polytechnic Institute & State University

November 2

Training Adaptive Teams: Enhancing Coordination Flexibility in Dynamic Environments
Jamie C. Gorman, Assistant Professor, Texas Tech University

November 14

Modeling and Simulation Applications in Human Factors
Valerie J. Gawron, Senior Multi-Discipline Systems Engineer, The MITRE Corp