IBV | Instituto de Biomecánica de Valencia (Coordinator)
The Instituto de Biomecanica (IBV) is a technological centre that studies the behavior of the human body and its interaction with products, environments and services. Founded in 1976, the Institute is currently coordinated under the agreement of the Valencian Institute of Business Competitiveness (IVACE) and the Universitat Politecnica de Valencia (UPV).
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The Technische Universitat (TU) Darmstadt is one of Germany’s leading technical universities. Its around 303 professors, 4,250 employees and 25,100 students devote their talents and best efforts to the significant future research fields energy, mobility, communications and information technologies, housing and living conditions. The wide variety of disciplines represented are all focused on technology, as viewed from the vantage point of engineering, the natural sciences, the humanities, and the social sciences, and cover the full range of academic endeavor, from the origination of basic concepts to practical, everyday applications.
The Universite Grenoble Alpes (UGA) is a comprehensive university offering high-quality education in all academic disciplines and at all levels (undergraduate, master, doctorate, as well as certificate programs) to 45,000 students in initial and lifelong learning. Its dense territorial grid embraces the towns of Grenoble, Valence, Vienne, as well as several units located over the Isere territory. It belongs to the Communaute Universite Grenoble Alpes (COMUE) and works together with other HEIs on and outside of the campus, mutualizing some of their actions to improve the quality of their services.
Structo is a dynamic company with a high adaptation to customer needs, because we have a multidisciplinary team of engineering. We have experience in conducting projects and Facilties. We develop projects in all sectors of industry and institutions. Project Management and Construction of industries of all sectors and facilities. We also carry out projects as industrial machinery, technical projects operating licenses, legalization of all kinds of industries and fire safety projects in industrial establishments.
FEES is the Federation of the European Ergonomics Societies. Its mission is to enhance the recognition of ergonomics contributing to economic development, to quality of life, to health and safety at work, and to social progress in European Countries.
The formal foundation of FEES took place in the context of the 48th Spring Conference of the Gesellschaft für Arbeitswissenschaft in Munich, on May 7th, 2003. It is a network of the ergonomics societies in the various countries in Europe according to the description by the International Ergonomics Association (IEA) of IEA Networks. Members are ergonomics societies, not individuals. All ergonomics societies in Europe can be a member of FEES – inside the European Union landscape, but also beyond.
The governing body is the FEES Council, consisting of representatives of the member societies. All major decisions are taken by the Council, which meets at least once a year. The day-to-day administration is performed by the FEES Executive Committee, which is supported by working groups for specific issues.
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