Watch our Human Factors Seminar 2015 online

The Centre for Human Factors and Sociotechnical Systems recently held a seminar to communicate our research.  The theme for the seminar was “optimising people, technology and their environment.”

The links below will take you to videos of presentations from the seminar. We hope you will join us at our seminar next year.

Dr Natassia Goode (Workplace safety theme leader), Learning from workplace injuries: what we don’t know will hurt us

Dr Dave Lacy (Defence and Security theme leader), A systems approach to identify theft and security

Dr Nick Stevens (Urban planning theme leader)Places for people: The emergence of Human Factors methods in Urban Design

Tim Neville (PhD Student), Don’t blame the umpire – What Situation Awareness can tell us about the officials in sport sociotechnical system

Clare Dallat (PhD Student), Beyond the leader, the rain and the harness

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