Human Factors NL (06.11.2020, Online)

During the Human Factors NL Annual Congress 2020, the annual Human Factors NL Thesis Prize will be awarded on Friday 6 November and one of our Pharaon contributors has been nominated.

Sefora Tunc, PhD student at Pharaon partner University of Twente is among the three nominees with her thesis “Ibilight: Promoting social cohesion amongst older adults”. Sefora has been contributing to the Dutch Pharaon Pilot with her focus on human-centered design/ participatory design methods at the University of Twente to develop something that older adults can really resonate with.

The nominees will present their work, after which the jury chairman will announce the winner.

The Human Factors NL Thesis Prize is awarded to university graduation theses that are a strong example of graduation work in the field of human factors and ergonomics. The graduation project may concern research and / or the development of a product, a service or a product-service combination. Graduation must have taken place in the 2019/2020 academic year.

When: 6 November 2020

Where: Online

More information and registration can be found on the event’s website (click here)