PIE past meetings (biannual international conferences)

1st International Conference on PIE: May 30 through June 1, 1996 at the University of Wuppertal, Germany.

2nd International Conference on PIE: October 7-8, 1998 at Keihanna Plaza, Japan, located within the triangle Osaka-Nara-Kyoto.

3rd International Conference on PIE: July 30, 2000 in San Diego, USA, in conjunction with the IEA2000.

4th International Conference on PIE: September 22, 2002 in Glasgow, Scotland, in conjunction with the Annual Meeting of the British Psychophysiological Society.

5th International Conference on PIE: September 19, 2004 in New Orleans, USA, in conjunction with the HFES2004.

PIE 2004 Papers Titles and Authors

Session 1. Psychophysiology of preparations and anticipation

Pupil diameter changes associated with "anticipation".
John. A. Stern, Kyosuke Fukuda, Timothy Brown, Michael Russo
On the impact of the resting brain DC potential and task preceding ? slow potential shifts (pSPS) on response time and ERPs.
Michael Trimmel, Monika Meixner-Pendleton
Social-psychophysiological compliance predicts teamwork following unexpected changes in task control
Robert Henning, Kristopher Korbelak
Effects of cognitive workload on decision accuracy, shooting performance, and cortical activity of soldiers.
Scott E. Kerick, Laurel E. Allender

Session 2: Psychophysiology of task control and cognitive processing

Cardiac control during dual-task performance on visual or auditory monitoring with visual-manual tracking.
Richard W. Backs, Jason Rohdy, Jenell Barnard
Attentional load evaluation through physiological and behavioral measurements in shared attention tasks.
Melanie Morel, Claire Petit, Marie Pierre Bruyas, Andre Chapon, Philippe Deleurance, Daniel Letisserand, Christian Collet
A new system to analyse the event-related brain potential in ergonomics.
Akihiro Yagi, Koji Kazai, Kiyoshi Fujimoto, Atsushi Noritake, Masumi Iwai

Session 3: Psychophysiology and risk assessment

Evaluation of a time warning assistance system in the field through electrodermal response.
Claire Petit, Caroline Etheve, Christian Collet
Influence of electromagnetic fields of the TETRA communication system on bioelectrical brain activity of healthy participants.
Gabriele Freude, Peter Ullsperger, Udo Erdmann, Siegfried Eggert
Physiological reactions to acute fatigue in students and employees with burnout complaints.
Ingrid J. T. Veldhuizen, Anthony W. K. Gaillard
Positive and negative performance states: The psychophysiology of threat and challenge.
Louise Venables, Stephen H. Fairclough
Computer assisted influence of cardiac afferent input on heart-brain synchronization and cognitive performance under emergency conditions
Ioannis Tarnanas

To obtain a copy of the abstracts, please contact Rob Henning at henning@uconnvm.uconn.edu

6th International Conference on PIE: July 13-14, 2006 in Maastricht, The Netherlands, in conjunction with the IEA2006.

PIE2006 Program

Copies of the Proceedings of PIE2006 are available. Please contact Wolfram Boucsein, boucsein@uni-wuppertal.de

7th International Conference on PIE: September 21, 2008 in New York City, USA, in conjunction with the HFES2008.

PIE2008 Program

PIE sponsored symposium

at SPR2005: Societry for Psyphophysiological Research 45th Annual Meeting
September 21-24, 2005, Lisbon, Portugal

PIE sponsored two sessions at HCII2007 (Humam Computer Interaction International 2007)
July 22-27, 2007, Beijing, China
Papers presented in these sessions were published in
Don Harris (Ed.): Engineering Psychology and Cognitive Ergonomics, Springer, 2007
(Lecture Notes in Artificial Intelligence 4562)

PIE session at Human Factorts and Ergonomics Society Europe Chapter Annual Meeting


Katie Ewing & Stephen Fairclough: The impact of working memory load on psychophysiological measures of mental effort and motivational disposition

Jessika Reissland & Thorsten O. Zander: Automated detection of bluffing in a game: revealing a complex covert user state with a passive BCI

Shinji Miyake, Shimpei Yamada, Toshiyuki Shimizu, Masayuki Kaneda, Souichirou Mori, & Takashi Sunda: Struggle against sleepiness - estimation of Driver State
Marco Camilli, Arjan Stuiver, Willem Takens, Francesco Di Nocera, Ben Mulder: A short segment approach to cardiovasculr and occular responses to task events and mental workload changes

Selected papers are published in

Human Factors: A system view of human, technology and organisation
On the occasion of the Human Factors and Ergonomics Society Europe Chapter Annual Meeting in Linkoping, Sweden, October 2009.
Edited by Dick de Waard, Arne Axelsson, Martina Berglund, Bjorn Peters, and Clemens Weikert


Frederik Platten, Maximilian Schwalm, & Josef Krems: The effect of anticipation on mental workload while driving

Norbert Schneider, Christoph Mohlenbrink, & Andrea Kiesel: Doubling the task - Effects of task switching during simultaneous control of multiple airports

Shengguang Lei, Jinhao Zhang, & Matthias Roetting: A closed-loop for driver mental state monitoring based on EEG signals

Selected papers are published in

Human Centred Automation
On the occasion of the Human Factors and Ergonomics Society Europe Chapter Annual Meeting in Berlin, Germany, October 2010.
Edited by Dick de Waard, Nina Gerard, Linda Onnasch, Rebecca Wiczorek, and Dietrich Manzey


Shinji Miyake, Shimpei Yamada, Takehiko Hiei, Chiaki Yasumoto, & Kazuhisa Shigemori: Effects of a sleep cycle based temperature control on sleep quality

Chris Dijksterhuis & Dick de Waard: Brainwaves control driving speed. An implicit adaptive control loop in a simulator

Stephen Fairclough & Marjolein van der Zwaag: The influence of music on cardiovascular responses on anger while driving

Jarek Krajewski, Thomas Schnupp, Christian Heinze, Sebastian Schnieder, Tom Laufenberg, David Sommer & Martin Golz: A phonetic approach for detecting sleepiness from speech in simulated air traffic controller-communication

Selected papers are published in

Human Factors of Systems and Technology
On the occasion of the Human Factors and Ergonomics Society Europe Chapter Annual Meeting in Leeds, UK, October 2011.
Edited by Dick de Waard, Natasha Merat, Hamish Jamson, Yvonne Barnard, Oliver Carsten



PIE organized session

2014 Applied Human Factors and Ergonomics (AHFE2014) Krakow, Poland 19-23 July

2015 19th Triennial Congress of the Intgernational Erognomics Association (IEA2015) Melbourne, Australia 9-14 August