From July 20 to 24, the 14th International Conference on Applied Human Factors and Ergonomics (AHFE 2023) was held as a hybrid conference in San Francisco (USA). The Institute of Ergonomics and Human Factors (IAD) was represented both on-site in San Francisco and online with five papers from two research groups.
The contributions of Oliwia Karasek and Yusuf Arslanparcasi from the research group Human & Organization was dedicated to as well as the didactic conception of a teaching and learning lab in Systems Engineering. the importance of Well-Being in the organizational culture
From the research group Human-Machine Interaction & Mobility, Sarah Schwindt presented as well as the requirements for the design and organization of an Operation Center for automated vehicle fleets and Nina Theobald presented the results of a study on the adaptation of the Situation Awareness Global Assessment Technique. the results of a test track study investigating the influence of perceived anthropomorphism of vehicles on pedestrians’ crossing decisions