Ergonomics and Human Factors 2015 was widely acknowledged as one of the most successful conferences that we have ever run, but don’t just take our word for it…
The conference is invaluable for anyone involved within ergonomics and human factors. It provides a wealth of resource and information in many different areas. It is one of the best events I have ever been to.
SM, PA Consulting
I had a really great time as always, although I must say, I think this was the best yet.
DJ, DCA Design
The EHF 2015 Conference was a great experience. This was the first that I have attended and was well worth going. There are a wide range of presentations in different industries to suit all tastes and the social and networking events are well organised and run. Thank you to the team who organised this and made it happen and I look forward to attending again next year (hopefully a as a presenter).
Quality conference, variety and important insights to be made from presenters and great atmosphere.
An excellent and unique opportunity to network with others in the Ergonomics world, from students and new graduates up to Human Factors experts. It was also a priceless opportunity to hear from world-class speakers in Human Factors, such as Sir Haddon-Cave and Sidney Dekker.
An excellent conference this year, there was a real buzz about the place after the recent Chartership award. the papers and programme continue to improve in quality and interest.
JW, The Keil Centre
An excellent conference this year with the plenary and keynote speakers in particular delivering inspirational and thought provoking presentations.
JP, BAE Systems Ltd
Enjoyed the experience and plan to return
Great keynote speakers, and very good organisation.
The IEHF conference was a valuable event for my company in 2015, for networking with like minded individuals, making useful contacts and understanding the future direction of academic research, highly recommended.
It was a great fun with lots of interesting ideas and keynote speakers! really enjoyed it!
NC, University of Liverpool
You need to be there. The Institute is on the move, and the Conference is where you can feel and discuss the future.
MS, Loughborough University
I would definitely come to this conference again. It was a great opportunity to hear about advances in the field and to network.
HM, Cardiff Metropolitan University
As a SME attending the conference is a substantial investment in terms of time and cost. However this is well justified by the learning, networking and stimulation of thought that it provides. I will be there in 2016.
IR, IR Associates
Educational, informative and fun, A great networking opportunity not to be missed.
JH, Albachten Harmer Ltd
The annual conference is a fantastic opportunity to meet with other ergonomists. As an ergonomist working in the field I worry that these type of conferences will be very focused on research / academia but the CIEHF have got the balance just right! Don’t miss out!!
A great place to find out about what is going on in either your own world of ergonomics, or your outer world. Every presentation was fascinating and the questions and discussions they sparked were always animated. On top of this the social and friendly atmosphere makes it a very pleasant week.
It was my first attendance of EHF since joining the field and the lovely people, really interesting talks and high calibre keynotes made sure that I will surely return.
SS, University of Birmingham
This was my first time at the EHF conference, and I will definitely try to attend again next year.
Conference is a really valuable opportunity to find out what is going on and telling others what we are doing, as well as finding out who else is working in areas akin to our subject areas. Good as a way of keeping up with CPD too!
AF, British Standards Institue
Fantastic mix of academia, industry and consultants, like-minded people discussing E/HF and life, the universe and everything
RS, Derby University
It was a really good experience for a young researcher. I was able to present some of my research to the top professionals in the industry and got valuable feedback and networking.
ED, Trinity College Dublin