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2023 Singapore Conference on Applied Psychology 'LIVE' (SCAP2023) 7-8 December 2023
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2023 Singapore Conference on Applied Psychology 'LIVE' (SCAP2023)
Holiday Inn Singapore Atrium, Singapore
With all travel restrictions removed, now is the best time to plan your trip to Singapore, one of the most
We're pleased to announce that the 2023 Singapore Conference on Applied Psychology (SCAP 2023), organized by East Asia Research and supported by the Charles Sturt University & Singapore University of Technology and Design, will be a hybrid conference happening in Singapore from December 7-8, 2023! Learn from the masters of Applied Psychology at the premier conference for the global Applied Psychology community.
The theme for SCAP 2023 is "Psychological Well-being". We invite researchers and practitioners from all fields of psychology research and practice to present and discuss recent innovations, trends, concerns, practical challenges encountered and the solutions adopted in the field of Applied Psychology, with a special focus on 'Psychological Well-Being'. This can include clinical and non-clinical psychological well-being and we encourage submissions that cross disciplines, for example psychological well-being in education and the workplace.
Join us for SCAP 2023 at Holiday Inn Singapore Atrium, Singapore and walk away with powerful knowledge that will empower you to forge the path for the future of Applied Psychology.
SCAP Keynote Speakers:
Abstract Submission Deadline: 12th July 2023
AAvPA's Workshop Seminar
Subject: Human Factors in Hybrid Team Environments: Frontiers of Humans, Automation, and Risk
Date and time: 18th August 2023, 1000-1500
Location: Vibe Hotel Canberra Airport
Over many decades, the discipline of Human Factors has applied a range of tools for understanding the operation of complex systems and applying risk mitigating strategies to ensure the ultra-safe systems of today. However, we are entering the next stage of automation, with mixed human and technological teams. From autonomous systems, through to reduced crew complements, to teams with mixed human and machine agents, a new horizon of risk is emerging. What lessons have we and can we learn, what do we know in terms of risk, and what are our priorities for safety in next generations of complex systems?
Attendance at the workshop will enable you to engage in Q & A and discussion sessions, as well as hearing from a number of speakers from both industry and academia.
Confirmed speakers include:
A/Prof Gemma Read / Co-Director - Centre for Human Factors and Sociotechnical Systems - University of the Sunshine Coast
Ben Fell / Project Manager - Fugro
Adela Greenbaum / Advisor Novel Domestic Commercial Vessel Policy AMSA
To register for the Workshop click the following link: www.trybooking.com/events/landing/1083074
We look forward to seeing you there.