题目：Human Factors in Industrial design
Dr Cyriel Diels (MSc, PhD) - Coventry University
Dr Cyriel Diels has a background in cognitive psychology and has been working in both industry and academiain the field of automotive and transport human factors for nearly 10 years. Following his PhD at Loughborough University into self-motion perception in Virtual Environments, he worked as a research scientist at TRL(Transport Research Laboratory) focussing on driver behaviour, distraction, and simulation technology. He subsequently worked as a human factors specialist in the Jaguar Land Rover research department on the development and evaluation of automotive human-machine interfaces (HMI). In his current position as Senior Lecturer in Automotive and Transportation Human Factors he teaches at both under and postgraduate levels and supervises several PhD students. His research interests include driver behaviour, automation, experimental aesthetics, perceived quality, and interface design. He is the UK representative of ISO/TC22/SC13/WG8, responsible for automotive HMI standardisation, and chairs the national BSi shadow committee. He is a committee member of BSi EPL/278 Intelligent Transport Systems (ITS), and chairs both the ITS(UK) Automotive User Interest Group (AUIG), and the Driving Ergonomics Special Interest Group of the Institute of Ergonomics and Human Factors (IEHF). He is Editorial Board Member of the journal Displays and acts as an ad hoc reviewer for numerous journals.