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New technologies developed solved many problems but created new ones. In this information-driven and consumption-driven world, the field of ergonomics is pushed to contribute to issues such as sustainability, data revolution, and health promotion among others. These issues can effectively be addressed through effective partnerships of ergonomists with people from other disciplines. Innovative technologies flourish because of the unique contribution of each team member at each stage of the problem solving process.

The Joint Congress of the Asian Council of Ergonomics and Design and the Southeast Asian Network of Ergonomics Societies brings together researchers and practitioners from all over the world to talk discuss relevant work in the area of human factors and ergonomics.

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Kenneth Cobonpue

Kenneth Cobonpue

Filipino Industrial Designer

Kenneth Cobonpue is a multi-awarded furniture designer and manufacturer from Cebu, Philippines. His passage to design began in 1987, studying Industrial Design at the Pratt Institute in New York. While completing his studies, he apprenticed for a leather and wood workshop near Florence, Italy. Read More

Stuart Marshal

Specialist Anaesthetist

Associate Professor Stuart Marshall is a Specialist Anaesthetist, Lead of Clinical Human Factors at the Australian Centre for Health Innovation (CHI) at the Alfred Hospital in Melbourne and Clinical Associate Professor of Medical Education at The University of Melbourne. Read More...

Birsen Donmez

Associate Professor at the University of Toronto

She received her MS (2004) and PhD (2007) in industrial engineering, and her MS in statistics (2007) from the University of Iowa. She also spent two years as a postdoctoral associate at read more...

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