The first Engineering Psychology and Cognitive Ergonomics conference was held in Stratford-upon-Avon in the UK in 1996. The conference in 2022 will be the 19th time that the conference has been held. Over the last 25 years over 1,000 papers have been presented in this conference series by authors from 70 countries. Since 2001 (the fourth conference) it has been an integral part of the HCI International conference series, and has gone from strength-to-strength, attracting a world-wide audience of scientists and human factors practitioners.

The Engineering Psychology submissions describe advances in applied cognitive psychology that underpin the theory, measurement and methodologies behind the development of human-machine systems. Cognitive Ergonomics describes advances in the design and development of user interfaces.  Originally, these disciplines were driven by the requirements of high-risk, high-performance industries where safety was paramount, however the importance of good human factors is now understood by everyone. And not only can it improve safety, it has been demonstrated to save money!

We look forward to welcoming you to the 19th Engineering Psychology and Cognitive Ergonomics Conference!

Call for participation leaflet (117KB)

The related topics include, but are not limited to:

  • Applied cognitive psychology
  • Auditory alerts and information systems
  • Augmented Visualization Design
  • Automation and Autonomous Systems
  • Cognitive task analysis
  • Command and control
  • Computer-mediated Communication
  • Control design
  • Decision making and decision support
  • Designing for pleasure of use
  • Display design
  • Distributed cognition and distributed systems
  • Formal error prediction techniques
  • Haptics
  • Human-Artificial Intelligence Interaction
  • Human error
  • Human Centered Design
  • Human Factors certification and regulation
  • Human Factors /System Integration
  • Human Factor Measures and Methods
  • Industrial ergonomics
  • Job design
  • Mental workload
  • Participatory design
  • Product design
  • Psychophysics
  • Quality assurance
  • Requirements analysis
  • Remote operations
  • Safety, Risk and Human Reliability
  • Serious Games for Training and Education
  • Simulation
  • Situation awareness
  • Societal Acceptance of Advanced Technologies
  • Socio-technical systems
  • Systems Engineering
  • Task analytic methods
  • Team working
  • Training design and analysis
  • Trust in Automation
  • User Experience in Safety-Critical Environments
  • Validation and Verification
  • Program Chair


    Coventry University, United Kingdom

  • Program Chair

    Wen-Chin Li

    Cranfield University, United Kingdom

  • Board Members

  • Wesley Chan
    Cathay Pacific Airways, Hong Kong
  • Iveta Eimontaite
    Cranfield University, United Kingdom
  • Sarah Fletcher
    Cranfield University, United Kingdom
  • Maik Friedrich
    German Aerospace Center (DLR), Germany
  • Hannes Griebel
    CGI UK, United Kingdom
  • Iris Hsu
    Taiwan Transportation Safety Board, Taiwan*, China
  • Hannu Karvonen
    VTT Technical Research Centre of Finland Ltd., Finland
  • Wang Lei
    Civil Aviation University of China, P.R. China
  • John J. H. Lin
    National Taiwan Normal University, Taiwan*, China
  • Maggie Ma
    The Boeing Company, United States
  • Pete McCarthy
    Cathay Pacific Airways, United Kingdom
  • Jose Luis Munoz Gamarra
    Aslogic, Spain
  • Tatiana Polishchuk
    Linköping University, Sweden
  • Dujuan Sevillian
    Human Factors Expert, United States
  • Chung-San Yu
    Air Force Academy, Taiwan*, China
  • Jingyu Zhang
    Institute of Psychology, Chinese Academy of Sciences, P.R. China
* Consistent with the 'one-China policy' of the United Nations Organization and the United States (maintaining unofficial relations with Taiwan after 1979).