Go for an Ergo Cup® win

How innovative is your latest ergonomics solution? Enter the world-renowned AEC Ergo Cup® Competition and find out. Submissions are due by Oct. 27.

AEC is coming to the ATL

Join us March 26-29, 2018, in Atlanta for the 21st Annual Applied Ergonomics Conference, where we’ll celebrate the world’s best ergo solutions and networking.

Going cognitive with manufacturing ergonomics

The next generation of manufacturing process design should consider not only physical ergonomics but cognitive ergonomics.

AEC Free Webinar Series

The Applied Ergonomics Conference Committee hosts a series of free webinars to showcase the valuable content at AEC. Check out the upcoming schedule and past recordings.

Get ready for AEC in the ATL!  

Don't miss the 21st Annual Applied Ergonomics Conference featuring the Ergo Cup(R) Competition and best practices from all over the world. Network with a global audience of ergonomics, healthcare, safety, human factors and risk management professionals on March 26-29, 2018, in Atlanta.

Presentation topics will include:

Human Factors                   Ergonomics in the Office
Applied (Translational) Research Tools and Technology for Practitioners 
Diverse and Global Workforce   Ergonomics in Design and Development


2018 AEC Ergo Cup® 

The internationally recognized Ergo Cup® competition, sponsored by the Ergonomics Center of North Carolina and Edward P. Fitts Department of Industrial and Systems Engineering at North Carolina State University and presented by IISE, provides an exciting opportunity for companies to highlight their successful ergonomic solutions. The general theme across all Ergo Cup® categories is innovation.

Five Ergo Cup® awards are presented annually for outstanding solutions through training, engineering and teamwork.

Submit your application now for the 2018 Ergo Cup® competition!

Application deadline is October 27, 2017.

   

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