NES2015

CREATING SUSTAINABLE

WORK-ENVIRONMENTS

 

NES2015

NES2015 was held at Lillehammer in Norway 1 - 4 November 2015.

The organizing committee would like to thank all the participants, invited keynotes, volunteers, sponsors, and exhibitors for making NES2015 a success.

 

See you all next year in Finland

 

The proceedings from NES2015 (45MB PDF-file) can be found here

 

Keynote by NES2015 chair Knut Inge Fostervold: Creating_sustainable_work-environments

 

Dear Friends

It is our great pleasure to invite you to the Nordic Ergonomics

Society 47. annual conference, to be held in Lillehammer,

Norway on the 1th-4th of November 2015.

 

NES2015 brings together researchers and practitioners with an

interest in the field of environmental psychology, ergonomics

and human factors. This facilitates sharing of experiences and

results that help the development of research, work and ideas,

the formation of networks as well as increasing the quality of

the joint fields of environmental psychology and ergonomics and

human factors.

 

Follow the on-going NES Conference in Lillehammer on Twitter! ‪#‎NES2015

 

Program

 

The deadline for abstract submission has expired.

We are happy to announce that we have received more than 70 proposals for oral/poster presentations. Many thanks to all authors who have submitted their abstracts!

Abstracts are currently being reviewed, and notifications will be sent out by the end of June 2015.

 

Paper submission after deadline

Should you wish to submit a paper, please contact scientific.committee@nordicergonomics.org to discuss the possibility of submitting even though it is passed the submission deadline.

 

Link to EasyChair login

 

The conference will take place at Radisson Blu Lillehammer Hotel

(www.radissonblu.no/hotell-lillehammer)

 

 

About Lillehammer

Lillehammer is a small city by the inland lake Mjøsa, which is Norway's largest lake. Nature based activities and sports are important in the region, winter sports in particular, there is a ski jumping hill as well for those interested. Many of the Olympic venues are open for visitors, and the open air museum Maihaugen with almost 200 historic buildings is exciting for those interested in culture and history.

 

Lillehammer is easily visited by taking a northbound train along the Mjøsa from Oslo Airport, the train ride lasts about 1h 45min and departs once every hour. Lillehammer is also reached by the southbound train from Trondheim, a scenic trip which takes about 4h 20min.

 

We look forward to see you in Norway at NES 2015.

 

 

 

Knut Inge Fostervold Aslak Fyhri

 

Norwegian Society of Norwegian Network for

Ergonomics and Human Factors Environmental Psychology