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2024 STF – Jeju, Korea

The 22nd Triennial Congress of the International Ergonomics Association (IEA2024) is scheduled to take place from August 25 to 29, 2024, on the picturesque Jeju Island in Korea. The overarching theme for this congress is “Better Life Ergonomics for Future Humans,” with a focus on exploring how emerging technologies can elevate the quality of human life in various aspects, including work and leisure activities.

Sophia Li and Takeshi Yamaguchi, (Co-chairs of Slips, Trips, and Falls Technical Committee) invite all interested to share their expertise and/or sign up to learn more about the 2024 STF:

“Given our expertise in Slips, Trips, and Falls, I strongly encourage each of you to consider submitting proposals for presentations that align with our committee’s insights and advancements. This congress presents a unique platform to showcase our collective knowledge and contribute to the broader conversation on improving safety and well-being through ergonomics.

Key Dates to Remember:
Nov 1, 2023, to Feb 29, 2024: Proposal Submission Period
Mar 15, 2024: Proposal Acceptance Notifications

This is an excellent opportunity for us to not only share our experiences but also to learn from international colleagues and gain insights into cutting-edge developments in the field. The congress program will include dedicated sessions related to the overarching theme, but it will also cover a broad spectrum of traditional and emerging Human Factors and Ergonomics (HFE) topics, providing a comprehensive platform for diverse discussions.

Your participation and contributions will undoubtedly enrich the congress and elevate the profile of our committee on the global stage. Please consider submitting proposals or special sessions that reflect the innovative work we are collectively undertaking in the domain of Slips, Trips, and Falls Prevention.”

All details to plan your travels are on the official website including already a preliminary program.

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