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21 October 2015 Dinner Lecture

by Communications Team on October 3, 2015  •   Print This Post Print This Post   •   

October 21, 2015

Johns Hopkins University Applied Physics Laboratory

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Amy Bayes Amy Bayes, Human Systems Engineer at JHUAPL Kathy Straub

Kath Straub, Senior Human Factors Scientist at JHUAPL

The Value of Human Systems Engineering in System Development

Presentation: This lecture addresses the three major components of a system: hardware, software, and humans. A total systems approach that considers all three components and the complex interactions among them has been recognized as essential by government and industry organizations responsible for system development and operation. Human systems engineering is a comprehensive program for considering the requirements and constraints of humans as part of an overall system solution. The Johns Hopkins University Engineering for Professionals (EP) Human Systems Engineering concentration trains students in the human systems integration domains and their interdependencies as well as provides additional material related to general human systems engineering. Students gain a deeper understanding of how the appropriate application of human systems engineering adds value to systems.

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