NEC-HFES 2010 Student Conference

On Friday, October 22nd 2010, Project54 students Dylan Fransway, David Filipovic and Zeljko Medenica presented at the New England Chapter of the Human Factors Ergonomics Society (NEC-HFES) 2010 Student Conference. The conference was held at the Microsoft New England Research & Development Center overlooking the Charles River. The breadth of topics covered was diverse and the presentations were overall of high caliber. The keynote speaker this year, John Moore from MIT’s Media Lab, discussed how technology can influence health care from the clinician’s perspective, but importantly from the patient’s viewpoint as well. Project54 would like to thank NEC-HFES and the rest of the students for making this conference a professional, an enjoyable, and a successful one. To view photos taken at the conference visit this Project54 Flickr Set.

NEC-HFES 2010 Photo
NEC-HFES 2010 Photo

Mark Taipan
Project54 Research Engineer

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