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채용 및 공고

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IEA Newsbriefs (2024년 1월)(IEA Awards 마감 기한 연기 포함)

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작성일2024-01-15 작성자작성자 : 최고관리자 조회조회 : 393


회원 여러분의 건강과 행복을 기원합니다.


IEA의 정기 소식지인 'IEA Newsbriefs 2024 1월호'를 전달해 드립니다


주요 사항으로 IEA Awards의 추천 마감일이 2024 1 30일로 연기되었으니 참고하시어 많은 회원님들의 참여를 부탁드립니다.


추가로, 온라인 세미나인 Webinars 일정이 있으니 참고하세요. (2024.2.9)


궁금하신 것이 있으시면 학회 사무국으로 연락주시기 바랍니다.





January 2024



The members of the IEA Executive wish all our NewsBriefs subscribers a happy, healthy and prosperous New Year. Isn’t it interesting that these common New Year wishes echo the aims of our profession: To design health-enhancing and performant work systems. Your efforts contribute to the success of the year for everyone. We look forward to hearing what you are doing at the upcoming IEA triennial congress IEA2024.


In this edition of the IEA NewsBriefs you will hear of the exciting changes that have been made to the IEA corporate identity and how HFE principles were incorporated into the design. If you are still working on your nominations or are still considering nominating someone for the IEA Awards, you will be happy to note that the deadline has been extended to 30 January 2024! Read the award criteria and nomination requirements below and visit the IEA website to get more details about each award. As usual, the IEA NewsBriefs also provides details of upcoming HFE events and the Spotlight on IEA Societies feature where we learn more about the Soci?t? d’ergonomie de langue fran?aise (SELF). We hope you enjoy this edition and that you will continue sharing HFE updates for inclusion in future editions (forward your contributions to




New Look

The IEA is starting the year with a change in our corporate identity. The modernised logo, colour scheme, and fonts will be phased in over the coming months. Elements have already been incorporated into the IEA website ( and all future publications will follow the same format. The project was led by Prof. Karen Lange Morales, a co-chair from the Science, Technology, and Practice Standing Committee and emphasis was placed on the ergonomics/human factors aspects of the design so that it is attractive, adaptable, and easy to read. The colours were chosen to be seen by those who have the most common form of colourblindness.




2024 will be a banner year for IEA Awards. We expect to present 8 different IEA Triennial Awards as well as the annual IEA Fellow Awards, IEA/Tsinghua Awards, and IEA/Kingfar Awards for students and early career researchers. In 2024 we will make the first presentation of the Thomas Waters Memorial Award, a new award for students.

Please check this list of awards carefully and nominate colleagues, students, and early career researchers who deserve to be recognized.


~ The IEA Fellow Award is intended to honour distinguished long-serving members of IEA Member Societies.

~ The IEA/Kingfar Award for Research in Human Factors/Ergonomics Issues honours students and early career researchers. It intends to reward high-quality original research and applications on new and emerging HF/E issues or issues specifically related to industrially developing countries. This award includes monetary prizes of US $1,000 for student awardees and US $1,500 for ECR awardees.

~ The IEA/Tsinghua Award for Collaborative Human Factors/Ergonomics Education honours leaders and facilitators of collaborative, programmatic HF/E education initiatives. This award includes a monetary prize of US $4,000 for each selected program.



***New Award: The Thomas R. Waters MSD Memorial Scholarship Award is given for work that significantly advances the science underpinning physical manipulation of people and materials research. The criteria are intentionally broad to enable scientific understanding of the human system's (both physical and/or cognitive) interaction with physical manipulation tasks that could influence the risk to the human musculoskeletal system. This award includes a monetary prize of US $3,000.

~ The IEA K.U. Smith Student Award honors deserving students responsible for contributions to human factors/ergonomics. Any student enrolled in an accredited post-secondary institution worldwide is eligible. Awards will be presented during the IEA 2024 Triennial Congress on Jeju Island, South Korea. The Award winners each will receive a monetary prize of US $3,000. A travel stipend may also be awarded.



~ IEA/Elsevier John Wilson Award recognizes major contributions in the field of applied ergonomics - scientific contributions to the actual design of work, systems, technologies, and environment that lead to improvements in system performance and well-being. Nominations must come from IEA Member Societies (see  Nominations are due Jan. 15, 2024.


The award will be presented to an individual or team during the 2024 IEA Triennial Congress on Jeju Island, South Korea, August 25-29, 2024. This award includes a monetary prize of US $5,000, which is sponsored by Elsevier.

More information can be found at


~ The IEA Distinguished Service Award is presented triennially to individuals for outstanding contributions to the promotion, development, and advancement of the IEA.

~ IEA Triennial Outstanding Educators Award is presented triennially to persons in recognition of outstanding contributions in the area of human factors/ergonomics education for having:

·     Developed ergonomics education programs

·     Produced new methodology and/or materials for teaching ergonomics

·     Graduated persons who have become outstanding ergonomists.

~ IEA Award for Promotion of Ergonomics in Developing Countries is given triennially to an individual(s) who has made significant and outstanding contributions to the development of infrastructure of human factors/ergonomics in an industrially developing country. This may be manifested through the development of teaching/training programs, implementation of HF/E design in industry, development of R&D programs, organization of HF/E professionals, or extensive collaboration with international bodies such as the United Nations.

~ IEA Triennial Ergonomics Development Award is presented triennially to an individual(s) who has had an international impact on human factors/ergonomics in terms of making a contribution or development that:

·     Significantly advances the state of the art of an existing HF/E sub-specialty

·     Opens up a new area of HF/E research and/or application.

~ IEA Human Factors/Ergonomics Prize is presented to a group, institution, or organization that has made significant contributions to research and development, and/or application of knowledge generally in the field of human factors/ergonomics.

~ The IEA President’s Award is presented triennially to persons who have made outstanding contributions to human factors/ergonomics or the furthering of human factors/ergonomics, and whose contribution does not fall into one of the other award categories. Persons qualifying for this award do not necessarily have to be ergonomists. Nominations may come from the IEA Council or the IEA Executive Committee. Final approval of this award rests with the IEA President.




Webinar: Emerging Researchers and Practitioners in Human Factors in Healthcare: 9 February 2024, 10h30 USA-Central Time (4.30 pm UTC)

After a successful start in 2023, the webinar series for emerging researchers and practitioners in human factors in healthcare will resume on the 9th of February 2024 at 10:30 USA-Central time). The goal of this webinar series is to showcase excellent projects in Human Factors in Healthcare done by Early Career Researchers and Practitioners (ECR/Ps) across the IEA network. ECR/Ps are PhD students and those who are within 0 to 5 years post-PhD (including career interruptions) or practitioners who have been working in Human Factors in healthcare for less than 5 years. The best presenter of the 2023-2024 webinar series will win the inaugural Richard Cook prize.


Click on to register to attend. Registration is free to all interested people. The webinar will be recorded and published on YouTube. Registration permits live interaction with the presenters via Q&A.


International Conference on Human Interaction and Emerging Technologies: Future Applications (IHIET-AI 2024): April 25-27, 2024, Lausanne, Switzerland

The 11th International Conference on Human Interaction & Emerging Technologies: Artificial Intelligence and Future Applications will be held at the Centre Hospitalier Universitaire Vaudois (CHUV), Lausanne, Switzerland from 25-27 April 2024. This interdisciplinary conference will focus on advancing the theory and applications for human-interaction requirements as part of an overall system and product solution across various applications including, but not limited to, the following:

·      Human-centered Design, Artificial Intelligence,

·      Computing and Intelligent Design, Augmented,

·      Virtual and Mixed Reality Simulation,

·      Wearable Technologies, Social and Affective Computing,

·      Human-computer Interaction,

·      Human-Technology and the Future of Work,

·      Emerging Technologies and Business Applications,

·      Applications in Medicine and Healthcare,

·      Management, Training and Business Applications


More information about the conference can be found here:





While most HFE societies that we have featured in the past are formulated around the country or regional boundaries, the IEA society that we are pleased to bring you in this edition was formulated based on a common language spoken by its members, namely the Soci?t? d’ergonomie de langue fran?aise (SELF), also known as the French Speaking Ergonomics Society. By not confining itself to one nation or region, SELF has managed to expand its footprint and influence to serve the HFE community and the public over 6 decades. In this feature, you will learn more about how SELF’s offering is tuned in to its members’ needs, and how it has managed to build and sustain a wide network of HFE professionals who are actively contributing to the widespread understanding and implementation of HFE.


We would like to extend our gratitude to SELF for contributing to the IEA NewsBriefs and for their commitment to advancing HFE through the support it provides to its members. If your society would like to be featured in the Spotlight on IEA societies feature, please email the IEA NewsBriefs editor (




Soci?t? d’ergonomie de langue fran?aise (SELF), is an international association whose members share a common language, French. SELF members come not only from France, but also from other European countries, South America, Quebec, and North Africa. Another distinctive feature is its activity-centred approach. At an international level, members of SELF are especially active in IEA technical committees including “Activity Theories for Work Analysis and Design”, “Gender, and Work”, “Organizational Design and Management”, and “Ergonomic Work Analysis and Training”..


SELF was the driving force behind the creation of ORME, a network of 8 associations representing the ergonomics professions in France. These associations gather ergonomists working in several fields: in-house ergonomists employed by administrations and companies, occupational health and safety services, researchers and teachers, ergonomics consultants, ergonomists active in the field of disability, PhD students, etc. ARTEE, the French national assessment board for European Ergonomists, is also a member of the ORME network and the Centre for Registration of European Ergonomists (CREE).


SELF Fact Sheet

·      Established: 1963

·      Approximate number of members: 450

·      Website:

·      LinkedIn:

·      Facebook:


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