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Meetings and Congresses News and Announcements News and Announcements International Committee on Aeronautical Fatigue and Structural Integrity (ICAF), Conference and Sympo- sium, Jerusalem, Israel 4th Aviation Symposium, Contemporary Issues in June 3–7, 2013 Aviation Education and Research, Palmerston North, Contact: Paragon Conventions, Dan Knassim (Secretariat), New Zealand Hertzeliya, Israel, Fax +972 3 576-7738, E-mail icaf@icaf February 14–15, 2013 2013.org, Web http://www.icaf2013.org/ Contact: Massey University, School of Aviation, Palmerston The International Committee on Aeronautical Fatigue and North, New Zealand, E-mail aviation@massey.ac.nz, Web Structural Integrity (ICAF) is a conference and symposium http://www.massey.ac.nz/massey/learning/departments/school- dedicated to aircraft structural fatigue problems and covers aviation/avsymposium2013/home.cfm topics such as: The 4th Aviation Symposium serves as a platform for avia- – Environmental issues, including reduction of aircraft tion researchers to present and exchange ideas and to broaden noise professional relationships among international colleagues. – More efficient aircraft (reduction of life cycle costs, par- As in previous years, the theme for the 4th Symposium is ticularly operating costs) ‘‘Contemporary Issues in Aviation Research’’ to encourage – Aircraft materials participationfrom a wider spectrum of disciplines in aviation. – Methods of aircraft design and certification – Aircraft hybrid structures ATC Global 2013 Exhibition and Conference, Amsterdam RAI, The Netherlands The International Committee on Aeronautical Fatigue and March 12–14, 2013 Structural Integrity (ICAF) brings together representatives Contact: UBM, Hazel Miller, E-mail hazel.miller@ of the aerospace industry, universities and institutes, regu- ubm.com Web http://www.atcglobalhub.com/events latory agencies and operators throughout the world. The ATC GLOBAL 2013 Exhibition and Conference, taking place at the Amsterdam RAI, will unite the international air traffic management community and its stakeholders, facili- tating business partnerships and knowledge sharing between colleagues. In 2012, over 5,500 professionals from 116 coun- ISAP’13 – 6th International Summer School on Aviation tries attended the event. Psychology, Graz 2013 Improved Safety by Managing Now in its 23rd year, ATC Global has a unique position of Human Factors in Complex Aviation Systems, Graz, neutrality that provides a platform from which all views Austria and perspectives can be represented. As such it is the ONLY July 1–5, 2013 event that can give you the whole picture of what is happen- Contact: Prof. Dr. Wolfgang Kallus, Department of Psy- ing within the industry and more importantly, what needs to chology, University of Graz, Universita¨tsplatz 2/III, 8010 be happening to drive the industry forward. Graz, Austria, Phone: +43 316 380-5129, Fax: +43 316 380-9807, E-mail isap@uni-graz.at, wolfgang.kallus@ Ergonomics and Human Factors 2013, Cambridge, UK uni-graz.at, Web http://www.uni-graz.at/isap13/index.htm April 15–18, 2013 ISAP is the largest event of this kind across Europe and cov- Contact: Sue Hull, Tel. +44 1509 234904, E-mail ers a broad range of aviation related topics. ISAP primarily s.hull@ergonomics.org.uk, Web http://www.ehf2013.org.uk/ focuses on continuing education of professionals in the avi- This unique, annual international conference, organised by ation sector (e.g., psychologists, air traffic controllers, the Institute of Ergonomics and Human Factors, covers mul- pilots, or crew members) and related fields of activity. A sec- tiple sectors where ergonomics and human factors is studied ond focus of ISAP is providing interested undergraduate andapplied.Takingplaceover four days, it's a greatforumfor students from all over the world with an affordable possibil- discussion and to exchange ideas and information on the lat- ity to deepen skills and competencies in this area. ISAP est research, development and applications in ergonomics offers a group of highly qualified lecturers with international and human factors. reputations and a comprehensive course program with lec- The 2013 conference will feature invited speakers covering many industry sectors, alongside parallel sessions of presen- tures, seminars, and workshops. Moreover, ISAP offers tations and workshops. There will also be a Safety-Critical excellent possibilities for discussions with experts and HCI symposium. establishing relations. 2012 Hogrefe Publishing Aviation Psychology and Applied Human Factors 2012; Vol. 2(2):95 DOI: 10.1027/2192-0923/a000030 http://www.deepdyve.com/assets/images/DeepDyve-Logo-lg.png Aviation Psychology and Applied Human Factors American Psychological Association

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News and Announcements News and Announcements International Committee on Aeronautical Fatigue and Structural Integrity (ICAF), Conference and Sympo- sium, Jerusalem, Israel 4th Aviation Symposium, Contemporary Issues in June 3–7, 2013 Aviation Education and Research, Palmerston North, Contact: Paragon Conventions, Dan Knassim (Secretariat), New Zealand Hertzeliya, Israel, Fax +972 3 576-7738, E-mail icaf@icaf February 14–15, 2013 2013.org, Web http://www.icaf2013.org/ Contact: Massey University, School of Aviation, Palmerston The International Committee on Aeronautical Fatigue and North, New Zealand, E-mail aviation@massey.ac.nz, Web Structural Integrity (ICAF) is a conference and symposium http://www.massey.ac.nz/massey/learning/departments/school- dedicated to aircraft structural fatigue problems and covers aviation/avsymposium2013/home.cfm topics such as: The 4th Aviation Symposium serves as a platform for avia- – Environmental issues, including reduction of aircraft tion researchers to present and exchange ideas and to broaden noise professional relationships among international colleagues. – More efficient aircraft (reduction of life cycle costs, par- As in previous years, the theme for the 4th Symposium is ticularly operating costs) ‘‘Contemporary Issues in Aviation Research’’ to encourage – Aircraft materials participationfrom a wider spectrum of disciplines in aviation. – Methods of aircraft design and certification – Aircraft hybrid structures ATC Global 2013 Exhibition and Conference, Amsterdam RAI, The Netherlands The International Committee on Aeronautical Fatigue and March 12–14, 2013 Structural Integrity (ICAF) brings together representatives Contact: UBM, Hazel Miller, E-mail hazel.miller@ of the aerospace industry, universities and institutes, regu- ubm.com Web http://www.atcglobalhub.com/events latory agencies and operators throughout the world. The ATC GLOBAL 2013 Exhibition and Conference, taking place at the Amsterdam RAI, will unite the international air traffic management community and its stakeholders, facili- tating business partnerships and knowledge sharing between colleagues. In 2012, over 5,500 professionals from 116 coun- ISAP’13 – 6th International Summer School on Aviation tries attended the event. Psychology, Graz 2013 Improved Safety by Managing Now in its 23rd year, ATC Global has a unique position of Human Factors in Complex Aviation Systems, Graz, neutrality that provides a platform from which all views Austria and perspectives can be represented. As such it is the ONLY July 1–5, 2013 event that can give you the whole picture of what is happen- Contact: Prof. Dr. Wolfgang Kallus, Department of Psy- ing within the industry and more importantly, what needs to chology, University of Graz, Universita¨tsplatz 2/III, 8010 be happening to drive the industry forward. Graz, Austria, Phone: +43 316 380-5129, Fax: +43 316 380-9807, E-mail isap@uni-graz.at, wolfgang.kallus@ Ergonomics and Human Factors 2013, Cambridge, UK uni-graz.at, Web http://www.uni-graz.at/isap13/index.htm April 15–18, 2013 ISAP is the largest event of this kind across Europe and cov- Contact: Sue Hull, Tel. +44 1509 234904, E-mail ers a broad range of aviation related topics. ISAP primarily s.hull@ergonomics.org.uk, Web http://www.ehf2013.org.uk/ focuses on continuing education of professionals in the avi- This unique, annual international conference, organised by ation sector (e.g., psychologists, air traffic controllers, the Institute of Ergonomics and Human Factors, covers mul- pilots, or crew members) and related fields of activity. A sec- tiple sectors where ergonomics and human factors is studied ond focus of ISAP is providing interested undergraduate andapplied.Takingplaceover four days, it's a greatforumfor students from all over the world with an affordable possibil- discussion and to exchange ideas and information on the lat- ity to deepen skills and competencies in this area. ISAP est research, development and applications in ergonomics offers a group of highly qualified lecturers with international and human factors. reputations and a comprehensive course program with lec- The 2013 conference will feature invited speakers covering many industry sectors, alongside parallel sessions of presen- tures, seminars, and workshops. Moreover, ISAP offers tations and workshops. There will also be a Safety-Critical excellent possibilities for discussions with experts and HCI symposium. establishing relations. 2012 Hogrefe Publishing Aviation Psychology and Applied Human Factors 2012; Vol. 2(2):95 DOI: 10.1027/2192-0923/a000030

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