HFES honored many outstanding individuals and teams with its prestigious awards on the first night of the 66th Annual Meeting.
William Marras and Ronald Boring were named the 2022 recipients of the Arnold M. Small and Betty M. Sanders President's Distinguished Service Award. The Arnold M. Small President’s Distinguished Service Award, established in 1985, and renamed The Arnold M. Small and Betty M. Sanders President’s Distinguished Service Award in 2021, commemorates individuals who have made outstanding contributions to the advancement of the human factors profession and the Human Factors and Ergonomics Society over the length of their full career. The awardees are determined by the president of HFES, in consultation with the immediate past president and the president-elect.
View descriptions of all HFES awards here and view the list of 2022 award recipients below:
The Dr. Brian Peacock Best Student Paper in Ergonomics in Design Article Award
"A Human-Centered Approach to the Redesign of a Bitumen Trailer"
Sara Pazell & Robin Burgess-Limerick
The Hal W. Hendrick Distinguished International Colleague Award
The Paul M. Fitts Education Award
The A.R. Lauer Safety Award
The Jack A. Kraft Innovator Award
Boeing Foreign Object Debris Illuminated Vacuum System Team
The Oliver Keith Hansen Outreach Award
Holly Handley & Judi See
The William C. Howell Young Investigator Award
Kapil Chalil Madathil
The Bentzi Karsh Early-Career Service Award
The Jerome H. Ely Human Factors Article Award
"Human Performance Benefits of The Automation Transparency Design Principle: Validation and Variation"
Greg A. Jamieson & Gyrd Skraaning
The Best Ergonomics in Design Article Award
Play & Tune: User Feedback in the Development of a Serious Game for Optimizing Hearing Aid Orientation"
Madeline Hallewell, Harshada Patel, Davide Salanitri, Lorenzo Picinali, Sue Cobb, Jeena Velzen, Mirabelle D'Cruz, Luca Simeone, & Mauro Simeone
The Best Journal of Cognitive Engineering and Decision Making Article Award
"Levels of What? Investigating Drivers' Understanding of Different Levels of Automation in Vehicles"
Fjolle Novakazi, Mikael Johansson, Helena Stromberg, & MariAnne Karlsson
The Human Factors Prize
"Uncovering Neuromuscular Fatigue Difference in Older Women and Men: Shedding Light on Casual Brain Dynamics"
Oshin Tyagi & Ranjana Mehta
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