One-Day FREE, Members only conference
As well as the ‘traditional’ paper presentations the event is an opportunity for update and discussion around current HFE projects and professional practise developments in NZ.
We’re holding a one-day, FREE, members-only conference in Wellington on September 1st.
As well as the ‘traditional’ paper presentations, the event is an opportunity for update and discussion around current HFE projects and professional practise developments in NZ.
We welcome expressions of interest covering all aspects of human factors and ergonomics, including practical application, methods development, research, and industry issues. Given the recent addition of Māori cultural elements to our Competence Framework, we will have a Māori theme, and particularly welcome papers that present or discuss these issues.
Interested in presenting a full paper, short ‘thesis’ presentation, or poster?
- Tell us about it by Sunday 4th July.
- See submission guidelines below.
What’s the conference fee?
- None, kore, zip, zero, nada. Really.
When do I have to register by?
We’re limited to 50 people, so please confirm you’re coming by August 18th.
What are the key dates
- 4th July: Deadline for submission of abstracts, papers, posters.
- 15 August: Programme and submissions finalised.
- 18th August: Registration
What’s the venue?
Massey University Wellington Campus, just south of Pukeahu Park.
There’s accommodation within an easy walk in Cuba Street, Webb Street, and the Basin Reserve. There’s on-site parking and we’re close to buses running up Wallace Street and Adelaide Road.
The date is bookended by an APHIRM Toolkit workshop led by Jodi Oakman on Tuesday 31st August 2021 (click here) and the HASANZ conference (September 2-3).
Abstracts must be submitted in English and must be limited to 300 words (excluding information about authors and final key words). Use font Arial, size 10. Abstract title should be bold-printed, and font size 12. List author(s) with (starting with name of presenter): first and last name, degrees and/or titles, name of organization, city, country and e-mail address. The abstract should include: Problem statement and aim, approach/method(s) used, results and conclusion(s)/implication(s). Alternatively more practical papers may use other headings. Add up to 5 key words for the abstract/paper, (concepts such as ‘Work organisation’ here count as only one word).
Full papers should include an abstract and be limited to 10 pages. It should include the usual headings e.g. Introduction, methods, results, discussion and conclusions. Alternatively more practical papers may use other headings. Full papers will be peer-reviewed.
Posters should be submitted as an abstract with an outline of the key headings and sections clearly shown. The full formatted poster can simply be presented at the conference.