6th International
Digital Human Modeling Symposium

August 31 - September 2, 2020, Skövde, Sweden and Online. Open Access Proceedings

Scientific Committee

Andre Rueckert - ESI Software Germany GmbH, Germany

Bruce Bradtmiller - Anthrotech, USA

Caroline Borot - ESI Group, France

Dan Lämkull - Volvo Cars, Sweden

Erik Billing - University of Skövde, Sweden

Giuseppe Andreoni - POLIMI, Italy

Gregor Harih - University of Maribor, Slovenia

Gunther Paul - James Cook University, Australia

Hans-Joachim Wirsching - Human Solutions GmbH, Germany

James Yang - Texas Tech University, USA

Joachim Linn - Fraunhofer ITWM, Germany

John Rasmussen - Aalborg University, Denmark

Jonas Fredriksson - ESI Northern Europé, Sweden

Josip Stjepandic - PROSTEP AG, Germany

Julie Charland - 3DS - Dassault Systemes, Canada

Lars Fritzsche - imk automotive, Germany

Matt Reed - University of Michigan Transportation Research Institute, USA

Matthew Parkinson - Penn State - The Pennsylvania State University, USA

Maurice Lamb - University of Skövde, Sweden

Mitsunori Tada - AIST - National Institute of Advanced Industrial Science and Technology, Japan

Neil Mansfield  - Nottingham Trent University, UK

Pierre-Olivier Lemieux - 3DS - Dassault Systemes, Canada

Riender Happee - TU Delft, Netherlands

Robert Bohlin - Fraunhofer Chalmers Centre, Sweden

Rush Green - Boeing, USA

Russel Marshall - Loughborough University, UK

Sascha Wischniewski - BAuA - Institute for Occupational Safety and Health, Germany

Serge Van Sint Jan - University of Brussels, Belgium

Sofia Scataglini - University of Antwerp, Belgium

Sudhakar Rajulu - NASA Johnson Space Center, USA

Steve Summerskill - Loughborough University, UK

Thomas Alexander - BAuA - Institute for Occupational Safety and Health, Germany

Xuguang Wang - IFSTTAR - Institut Français des Sciences et Technologies des Transports, de l’Aménagement et des Réseaux, France

Organising committee

Lars Hanson - General Chair

Dan Högberg - Program Chair

Erik Brolin - Local Chair

Pernilla KlingsporEvent Co-ordinator

Amila DomiFinance Officer

Digital Human Modelling By Women

Digital Human Modelling By Women (DHMW) is an international group dedicated to promoting women scientists, and inspiring girls around the world. DHMW wants to empowering women to exchange ideas, results, and visions in STEAM.

DHMW in HF would provide an international forum for women who are passionate about gender equity in the field of human factors to explore the barriers and issues on underrepresentation, and models for increasing the pipeline. Our major goal is to build a community of Women in Digital Human Modelling that will be enable the participants to be aware of and to be engaged in improving the environment for women in human factors careers.

Link to Digital Human Modelling By Women (DHMW) LinkedIn group

Contact person: Sofia Scataglini - University of Antwerp