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  • Product not yet rated Contains 1 Component(s) Includes a Live Web Event on 06/12/2024 at 12:00 PM (EDT)

    In this session, a newly developed approach to drive and guide sustainable product design innovation will be presented: the Sustainable North Star. This approach combines different capabilities and expertise areas in one single process. From Lifecycle assessment to User Research and Value Chain Mapping. Through a tangible case study, this session will provide actionable guidance on how to define a long-term sustainable vision for a product, translate it into tangible proofs of concept and derive a roadmap from it. Find out more about this approach here: http://www.accenture.com/sustainablenorthstarguide

  • Product not yet rated Contains 1 Component(s) Includes a Live Web Event on 06/07/2024 at 2:00 PM (EDT)

    A panel discussion on landing a research job in today’s competitive climate: The even is geared towards those who are in the job market due to recent layoffs and recent graduates with masters or PhD degrees who are interested in research careers. We are bringing together a group of experienced research managers to share their insights and advice on the following topics: 1. Key skills and experiences sought by employers in the current job market 2. Effective strategies for crafting a strong research job application 3. Tips for succeeding in the research job interview process

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    The study presented today is part of a validation effort to determine the extent to which AI-driven simulation-based instruction can alleviate pilot training pipeline pain points experienced by many militaries around the world. The main objective was to verify the training benefits of synthetic coaching, feedback, and biometrics using an immersive training device. Results are presented in terms of both technology acceptance and training effects over time to achieve the desired proficiency level across basic pilot maneuvers.

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    Circularity trends have seen an exponential increase since the early 2000s. Our speakers will speak about circularity in their organizations. Focusing on how accelerating the circular economy through reuse, sustainable design adoption, and recycling can positively impact your company's environmental footprint.

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    This webinar is organized by the Black, Indigenous, People of Color (BIPOC) Affinity Group to discuss DEI within HFES and beyond. There is lots of effort towards establishing and maintaining Diversity, Equity and Inclusions (DEI) programs within companies and institutions. But how do these approaches coalesce into organizational “inclusive excellence”? This 90 minute webinar will consist of short presentations from each of our speakers followed by a panel discussion. During this webinar, the need for a science-based approach to DEI will discussed. Additionally, there will be discussion around the difficulties of DEI efforts in our current political landscape and how do we move forward Our distinguished speakers and panelists are: • Dr. Rod Roscoe, Associate Professor, from the Arizona State University, Human Systems Engineering, The Polytechnic School • Dr. Renaldo C. Blocker, Associate Professor, from the Mayo Clinic, and Endowed Kern Honored Investigator for Diversity Science

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    Have you ever thought about where to go to improve your ergonomics knowledge or skills? Is there ergo information you’re seeking but can’t find a resource to provide it? At HFES and AES, we are here to share information from our experts and help you sharpen those skills. In this session, you will learn about three university-based continuing education training programs. Representatives from Auburn University, Colorado State University, University of California, San Francisco, and University of California, Berkeley will share information about their programs (material, objectives, target audience, format, etc.). You will have an opportunity to ask questions and join in a discussion of the benefits and training needs of those who apply ergonomics in the workplaces.

  • Product not yet rated Contains 1 Component(s)

    This webinar is organized by the Black, Indigenous, People of Color (BIPOC) Affinity Group to discuss DEI within HFES and beyond. There is lots of effort towards establishing and maintaining Diversity, Equity and Inclusions (DEI) programs within companies and institutions. But how do these approaches coalesce into organizational “inclusive excellence”? This 90 minute webinar will consist of short presentations from each of our speakers followed by a panel discussion. During this webinar, the need for a science-based approach to DEI will discussed. Additionally, there will be discussion around the difficulties of DEI efforts in our current political landscape and how do we move forward Our distinguished speakers and panelists are: • Dr. Rod Roscoe, Associate Professor, from the Arizona State University, Human Systems Engineering, The Polytechnic School • Dr. Renaldo C. Blocker, Associate Professor, from the Mayo Clinic, and Endowed Kern Honored Investigator for Diversity Science

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    Have you ever thought about where to go to improve your ergonomics knowledge or skills? Is there ergo information you’re seeking but can’t find a resource to provide it? At HFES and AES, we are here to share information from our experts and help you sharpen those skills. In this session, you will learn about three university-based continuing education training programs. Representatives from Auburn University, Colorado State University, University of California, San Francisco, and University of California, Berkeley will share information about their programs (material, objectives, target audience, format, etc.). You will have an opportunity to ask questions and join in a discussion of the benefits and training needs of those who apply ergonomics in the workplaces.

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    A tight coupling of humans and machines is often required to address many challenges in data visualization. In this talk, Dr. Leo Zhicheng Liu will present two threads of work that explore different configurations of human-machine symbiosis to effectively support analytic and design tasks. The first thread focuses on interactive analyses of event sequence data, where the machine automatically generates visual summaries of the data, and the user employs the visual summaries as overviews to guide analysis. The second thread focuses on visualization authoring and reuse through manipulable semantic components, where the user specifies desired designs, and the machine assists by performing data binding and example deconstruction. Based on these two threads, Dr. Liu will reflect on the lessons and principles to enhance human-machine symbiosis in data visualization.

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    A tight coupling of humans and machines is often required to address many challenges in data visualization. In this talk, Dr. Leo Zhicheng Liu will present two threads of work that explore different configurations of human-machine symbiosis to effectively support analytic and design tasks. The first thread focuses on interactive analyses of event sequence data, where the machine automatically generates visual summaries of the data, and the user employs the visual summaries as overviews to guide analysis. The second thread focuses on visualization authoring and reuse through manipulable semantic components, where the user specifies desired designs, and the machine assists by performing data binding and example deconstruction. Based on these two threads, Dr. Liu will reflect on the lessons and principles to enhance human-machine symbiosis in data visualization.