19th Annual HFES Student Research Conference

CSULB HFES Student Research Conference

A student presenting a research poster

The 19th Annual CSULB HFES Student Conference will be held Saturday, March 16th, 2024 on-campus at the Psychology Building. Our conference will feature keynote speakers, alumni panels, student research and it serves as an amazing networking opportunity. We invite students, faculty, alumni, and anyone with an interest in human factors to join us!

Conference Schedule

Schedule for 2024 HFES Student Conference

Opening remarks begin at 9:00 AM and closing remarks begin at 2:15 PM

Directions and Parking

Address: 6049 E 7th St, Long Beach, CA 90840

The address will take you to the Amazon Locker on campus which is also located on Lot E10.

Parking map for 2024 CSULB HFES conference

Lots E10 and E11 are located near the Psychology building but parking may be limited. We also recommend General lots G1, G3, G4, and G5. Please remember that paid parking is required at all times when parking on CSULB campus.

CSULB uses the License Plate Recognition (LPR), a paperless permitting system. Your license plate number is needed when you purchase parking, which costs $15 for the whole day. Please have your license plate information with you prior to leaving your vehicle. You are only able to park in the lot you have paid for.

Student Poster Presentations

Assessing Webforms with Different Design Elements

Comparing Human Versus Computer Synthesized Voices: Effects on Student Cognitive Engagement in Instructional Videos

Do Control Modalities and Feedback Strategies Improve ECU Usability?

Does Gamifying Instructional Videos Lead to Better Student Engagement and Comprehension?

Does Wrist Orientation Affect Haptic Driving Warnings?

Exoskeletons: Bridging the Gap between Human Capabilities and TEEP

Floating Keyboards: A Comparative Analysis of Virtual Reality Keyboard Interaction Methods

Implications of Quantity of Touch Screen Buttons on Response Time

Investigating the Impact of Gamified Pre-Class Activities on College Students’ Learning

May I Direct Your Attention? The Influence on Detection Rates in Interface Design

Measuring Perspective Taking Spatial Stimuli in a Rotated Simon Task

Medical Diagnosis Game — Risk

Modeling Trust in Heterogeneous R3 Human-Machine Teams (MoTHeR3HMT)

Replicating the Role of Belief in Information Search

Temporal Demand and Control Modalities Effects on Usability and User Experience on Assistive Technology

Thematic Analysis of Communication Modes in Simulated UAM Operations

To Put One’s Self in Another’s Shoe: Rival Perspective Taking Moderates Forecast Estimates, Making Them More Conservative

Training Protocols and Control Modalities: Effect on Usability and User Experience with Assistive Technologies – A Prospective Study

Thank You to Our Sponsors

We’d like to thank our sponsors for supporting CSULB’s Human Factors and Ergonomics Society Student Chapter. Our sponsors have made it possible to support our needs to organize a large student conference to showcase our HFES community. Thank you to our sponsors:
  • CSULB Associated Students Inc, ASI
  • Center for Human Factors in Advanced Aeronautics Technologies (CHAAT)
  • Center for Usability in Design and Accessibility (CUDA)
  • Dynamic Research, Inc. (DRI)
  • Human Factors and Ergonomics Society (HFES) National Chapter
  • San Jose State University Research Foundation (SJSURF)