Hear researchers talk about the potential future state of technology in health care, education and aged care. Join in a discussion about digital technologies and artificial intelligence and what it means for ergonomics in practice now and in the future. Engage and network with HFESA colleagues old and new.
|Professor Judy Kay, Payne-Scott Professor, University of Sydney. Professor of Computer Science.
Computer Human Adaptive Interaction Research Group (CHAI)
Martin Brown, Program Manager Innovative Technologies, The University of Sydney
|A/Professor (Keith) Chee Y. Ooi (MBBS, Dip Paeds, FRACP, PhD) A/Professor of Medicine at the University
of New South Wales (UNSW) and Senior Specialist Paediatric Gastroenterologist at Sydney Children’s
Hospital Randwick, Australia.
|Roberto Martinez-Maldonado (PhD), Researcher, Human Computer Interaction and Educational Data Science. Lecturer, Data Visualisation and Narratives, University of Technology Sydney.
– Multimodal Learning Analytics to Support Reflection in Clinical Simulation
|Virtual reality practical exercise, “Keep talking and nobody explodes”|
|Date:||Wednesday 7 August 2019|
|Presentation:||9.30 am – 3.30 pm (Morning tea, afternoon tea & lunch provided)|
|Cost:||HFESA members: $180, Non-members: $250, Full Time Students: $90|
|Venue:||Castlereagh Boutique Hotel 169 Castlereagh Street Sydney NSW 2000|
|Directions:||4 minute walk from Town Hall station|
To register contact HFESA Secretariat +61 2 9680 9026 or https://www.ergonomics.org.au/events/event/nsw-branch-knowledge-through-sharing-seminar