Latvian Ergonomics Society has been admitted to CREE

CREE The 48th meeting of CREE was held in Riga, Latvia November 2015.

After the meeting there is 468 registered ergonomists from 22 countries. A new national assessment board has been established in Latvia: the president is Henrijs Kalkis, assessors are Zenija Roja, Ricards Balnass, secretary Liene Stoka.

Contemporary Ergonomics challenges in Europe


2nd International Conference “Contemporary Ergonomics challenges in Europe”

26th of November, 2015 Riga, Latvia

Conference is organized in the framework of University of Latvia master study programme “Work Environment protection and expertise” in collaboration with Latvian Ergonomics Society


Ergonomics - Ergonomists / SELF 2016

Ergonomics - Ergonomists
September 21-23, 2016, Marseille.

6th International Ergonomics Cnoference ERGONOMICS 2016 – Focus on Synergy


6th International Ergonomics Conference
Focus on Synergy

15-18 June 2016 Zadar, Croatia

CREE’ Seminary on Ergonomics’ area field: diversity and specificity

This seminary was held in Sevilla (Spain), on November 27th, 2014. FEES’ Presentation (Sylvain Leduc) was focused to expose the first results about an analysis on the situation of the ergonomists in Europe.


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IEA Elections 2015


The Federation of European Ergonomics Societies  welcomes the new board of the International Ergonomics Association (IEA). We thank all the effort made by the outgoing presidency, especially Eric Min-Yang Wang past president.

The new board elected August 2015 is:

ETUI / FEES project on Ergonomics and Machinery

Representatives of ETUI and FEES have met in March 2015 with the aim to set up a co-operation between FEES and ETUI in the field of the ergonomic design and use of machines.


Institutes in Australia and New Zealand welcome visiting ergonomists

CREE A number of research institutes in Australia and New Zealand are willing to extend their hospitality to visiting ergonomists who are in the area for the IEA 2015 conference.


A scientific workshop was organized June 2015 in Lisbon by the Portuguese Ergonomics Association, represented by Teresa Cotrim, co-organized with the Italian Ergonomics Association, represented by Sara Albolino, and supported by FEES, represented by Pascal Etienne.

Approaching the IEA2018 Congress the principal aim was starting a debate among professionals of different fields about the more effective way to develop creativity in practice, through the use of ergonomics. The main challenges of this workshop were to question the participants about:

IEA 2015 Preliminary Program


19th Triennial Congress of the International Ergonomics Association (IEA 2015) to be held from 9-14 August 2015, Melbourne.

The conference will represent a major gathering of experts involved in ergonomics and human factors from around the world and will act as an international meeting of ground-breaking new techniques with solid scientific background.

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