The Human Factors and Ergonomics Society invites you to register to attend the 2014 Annual Meeting, to be held October 27-31 at the Hyatt Regency Chicago. Early bird discounts end on September 15, so register soon.
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Nonmembers who have never been HFES members receive complimentary HFES membership through December 31, 2015, with payment of the regular full-week nonmember registration fee. (Not applicable for student registrants.) Membership includes online-only subscriptions to periodicals, complimentary access to monthly webinars, and discounts on other HFES publications and services. To view the complete list of membership benefits, visit http://www.
Rooms are still available at the Hyatt Regency Chicago at the special group rate of $259/night for single or double occupancy. This rate is available until October 3, 2014 or until the block is sold out.
View the online preliminary program to find sessions and papers of interest to you. Browse without logging in using keywords in titles and abstracts, author names, date/time, and technical group. To compose a personalized itinerary, set up a login ID. Search results can be exported. Note that changes may occur in the program, so be sure to check back often.
If you're planning to interview candidates for available positions, go to the Onsite Career Center page. Interview booths and tables can be reserved using the form that can be found on the Career Center Web page.
For more information, contact HFES Communications Associate Cara Quinlan (email@example.com, 310/394-1811).
We look forward to seeing you in Chicago!
The Human Factors and Ergonomics Society is the world's largest nonprofit individual-member, multidisciplinary scientific association for human factors/ergonomics professionals, with more than 4,800 members globally. HFES members include psychologists and other scientists, designers, and engineers, all of whom have a common interest in designing systems and equipment to be safe and effective for the people who operate and maintain them. "Human Factors and Ergonomics: People-Friendly Design Through Science and Engineering"