07 November 2018
AAvPA is organising the 2018 conference with the theme ‘Maximising human performance for future systems’.
The symposium will be held on 7 – 9 November, 2018, at the Crowne Plaza Hotel, Coogee Beach, Sydney. Due to the success of the 2016 symposium, we will again be combining with the 2018 PACDEFF conference, so delegates attending have the opportunity for a varied exchange of information and advancement of knowledge and skills in fields of psychology and human factors, applicable across industries.
Key note speakers for 2018 are:
- Professor Nancy Leveson (MIT)
- Dr. Sarah Fletcher (Cranfield University)
- Professor Mark Griffin (University of WA)
- Alison McDonald (EBT Foundation)
The call for speakers is open from now until 1 May 2018. Papers can focus on the theme, or as usual, can present current theoretical and practical applications of psychology and human factors across the transport domains. Please email an overview of your topic to firstname.lastname@example.org
The program will be populated once the call for papers is finalised.