2006 Toronto HFIG Industry Panel: April 6th

23 Mar 2006 - 4:38pm
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Antony Hilliard

Do you live in or around Toronto, Canada?

Are you interested in Human Factors and Ergonomics?

Have you considered working in or with industry?

Do you ever wonder "what's going on out there?"

The University of Toronto Human Factors Interest Group in association
with the Department of Mechanical and Industrial Engineering are pleased
to present the 3rd annual Human Factors Industry Panel.

This year, five exceptional guest speakers will share their experience
covering a wide range of Human Factors applications in industry. Topics
of specialization include medical equipment, user-centered software
design, aviation and naval sectors, and more. Our guests come from
diverse organizations, from small consulting practices to large
corporations, and will bring a wide breadth of perspectives to the event.

After a social gathering with snacks and refreshments, each speaker in
turn will deliver a short presentation on their work and interests. We
will then open the floor to a panel discussion of current human factors
applications and potential future developments.

We hope you will join us for this exciting event!

*** The details: ***

Speakers: (In alphabetic order)

Fiona Bremner - General Dynamics Canada
Russ Brown - Userlab Inc
Tim Reeves - Human Factors MD
Gerard Torenvliet - CMC Electronics
Michael Zuliani - IBM

Date: Thursday April 6th, 2006

Time: 4:00pm-7:00pm

Location: CB114 (BEST Institute, 112 College St., one block east of
University Avenue)

Eats: Drinks and snacks will be provided!

Abstracts and Biographies will follow shortly and will be updated on our
website: http://www.mie.utoronto.ca/hfig/


Finally, if you are interested in attending, an RSVP would be much
appreciated to let us make appropriate arrangements for food and drink!

Please feel free to distribute this posting widely. All are welcome,
this is a free of charge event.


Human Factors Interest Group
University of Toronto
tel: (416) 978-0881

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