26 - 29 NOVEMBER 2017, UNIVERSITY OF WOLLONGONG, NSW
The Human Factors and Ergonomics Society of Australia (HFESA) welcomes you to the beautiful South Coast of NSW for our 52nd annual conference, HFESA2017. The theme of this year's conference is Sustainable Ergonomics.
We have some great keynote speakers and invite you to be involved by presenting your work, attending and networking with colleagues, or sponsoring part of the event.
Workshops & site visits
We are pleased to announce that registrations for conference workshops and site visits are now open for HFESA2017.
Workshops and site visit costs (except the food & wine tour) are included in your Full Delegate conference registration.
Please note that you are required to register for the HFESA 2017 Conference prior to registering for any site visit or workshop.
Spaces are limited, register now to avoid disappointment.
HFESA2017 will be hosted at the University of Wollongong, from November 26 to 29. Wollongong is an area rich in both natural beauty and industrial heritage.
The HFESA annual conference is known for being the premier human factors and ergonomics conference in Australia, as well as for being a welcoming, inclusive community for HFE people. The networking will begin with our welcome reception at the Innovation Campus, where everyone will have an opportunity to tour the Illawarra Flame House.
CALL FOR ABSTRACTS OPEN: 1ST MARCH
SUBMISSION DEADLINE: MONDAY 8TH MAY, 23:59 AEDT
ADVICE ON ACCEPTANCE OF SUBMISSIONS: WED 7TH JUNE
SUBMISSION OF REVISED ABSTRACT: WED 21ST JUNE
DRAFT PROGRAM AVAILABLE: FRIDAY 30TH JUNE
EARLY-BIRD REGISTRATION CLOSES: SUNDAY 30TH JULY
PRESENTER REGISTRATION DEADLINE: SUNDAY 30TH JULY
FINAL PROGRAM: MONDAY 1ST AUGUST
CONFERENCE DATE: 26TH-29TH NOVEMBER
HFESA 2017 Transport trail
This year at our national conference we’re trying to increase our engagement with social media and expand general awareness of what we do in human factors and ergonomics.
You can get involved even before you arrive at HFESA2017 in Wollongong by joining in the HFESA2017 transport twitter trail.
It’s easy and fun!