“What every ergonomist needs to know about blue light” at Knowledge Through Networking & Sharing (KTNS) 2018, Human Factors & Ergonomics Society of Australia (VIC branch), Melbourne, Australia.
Long J (2008) Is ageing a safety issue in our workplaces?
Australian Safety & Health Matters 1(4): 18-21
Long J (2006) Poor visual skills – is this a problem in our workplaces?
In Talbot (ed) (2006) New Technology: Putting Macro and Micro into Context, Proceedings of the 42nd Annual Conference of the Human Factors and Ergonomics Society of Australia, 20-22 November 2006, Sydney Australia
Long J (2006) Quantifying how we see the world – visual acuity, contrast sensitivity and visual fields
International Encyclopaedia of Ergonomics and Human Factors 2nd ed, Taylor and Francis, ed by Waldemar Karwoski. (2006)
Long J (2006) Depth Perception under monocular and binocular viewing conditions
International Encyclopaedia of Ergonomics and Human Factors 2nd ed, Taylor and Francis, ed by Waldemar Karwoski (2006)
Long J and Siu, C (2005) Randot stereoacuity does not accurately predict ability to perform two practical tests of depth perception at a near distance.
Optometry and Vision Science (2005) 82(10): 912-915
Long J and Siu (2003) Two practical tasks for assessing depth perception at near distance – comparison of performance under monocular and binocular conditions
Proceedings of the 39th annual conference of the Ergonomics Society of Australia Inc, 24-26 Nov 2003, Brisbane Australia. Page 108-113
Conferences + Seminars.
Here are the conferences and events that I will be speaking at in 2018:
“The many faces of visual ergonomics – Building an international visual ergonomics network” at the Human Factors & Ergonomics Society of Australia Annual Conference, Perth, Australia.https://www.ergonomics.org.au/conference-information/hfesa-2018-conference
Previous seminars and conferences from the past few years:
“New work practices create new challenges for vision and posture” at the Australian Physiotherapy Association Momentum2017 Conference, Sydney, Australia.
“Making ergonomics sexy for non-ergonomists” poster at the Human Factors & Ergonomics Society of Australia (HFESA) 2017 Annual Conference, Wollongong, Australia.