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This page presents a list of Australian and International events organised or facilitated by AAvPA or sister associations.

June 2018

RAeS - Aviation Safety Australia 2018 The Big Issues

The Royal Aeronautical Society Australian Division is holding a major Aviation safety event in Sydney on 27 June this year.

This inaugural safety seminar will put the spotlight on three major issues confronting Australian aviation safety right now:

Drones: Assimilation into current airspace
Flight deck: Training standard & the man-machine interface
Airport and Cyber Security: Weaknesses & challeges more »

September 2018

33 EAAP Conference

The next European Association for Aviation Psychology Conference dedicated to "Connecting People, Organisations and Technology in Aviation" will be held at Hotel Dubrovnik Palace in Croatia, 24 - 28 September 2018. more »

October 2018

2018 HFES International Annual Meeting

Mark your calendar for the 2018 HFES Annual Meeting, which will take place October 1–5 at the Philadelphia Marriott in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania.

Important Dates:

•Call for Proposals – closed February 12
•Registration opens – June 25
•Early registration rate deadline – August 20 more »

November 2018

2018 AAvPA Symposium – 7-9 November 2018, Sydney, Australia

The AAvPA executive committee are pleased to announce the details of the 13th International Symposium.

AAvPA is organising the 2018 conference with the theme ‘Maximising human performance for future systems’.

The symposium will be held on 7 – 9 November, 2018, at the Crowne Plaza Hotel, Coogee Beach, Sydney... more »

November 2018

HFSEA2018

The HFESA WA Branch would like to welcome you to the 53rd annual conference, HFESA2018, in Perth, Western Australia! The conference will be held at the Pan Pacific Perth Hotel, 26 - 28 November 2018.

This year’s conference theme is “The Many Faces of Human Factors & Ergonomics”- embracing and celebrating the discipline’s multiple domains of specialisation... more »