HUMANIST Summer School
Human Factors issues and the autonomous car challenge
The Humanist Summer School 2019 aims to provide in depth insight into the research surrounding Human Factors issues linked to the autonomous car challenge. It provides an unparalleled opportunity for young and senior researchers, as well as PhD and Professionals to network, interact and share ideas. All of the lectures, practical exercises and discussions allow active participation of participants while sharing recent developments in HUMANIST research areas and new methodologies. Plenary sessions are led by key European actors sharing concepts, methods and issues relating to autonomous vehicles and include practice exercises, allowing participants to test and to apply.
Early Bird Registration ends on 15 May.
The General Registration fee includes: course participation, lunches and breaks, official dinner and certificate of attendance. Student Registration fee includes: course participation, lunches and breaks and certificate of attendance. Official dinner is not included.