15th Annual One-Day Symposium of Human Factors and Ergonomics

 




 

 

 

 

 

Sponsorship

Last Year's Executive Sponsors: (Gold, Silver, Bronze)

(these do not include a booth space)

Gold Sponsor $1000

– Sponsor will have a sign at the event, be mentioned throughout the day, and advertised on the website and the program
– includes 4 registrations

Chai One

Silver $500

– Sponsors will be mentioned at least 3 times throughout the day, and advertised on the website and the program
– includes 2 registrations

Leidos

 Bronze $250

– Sponsors will be mentioned before the keynote, and advertised on the website and the program
– includes 1 registration

 

Last year's Booth Sponsors: ($300)

Your company can sponsor the conference to the amount of $300 and receive a booth space (6' X 8') to present your company and products. You will also be represented by a Business Card advertisement in the conference on-line program. A perfect opportunity for recruiting! (includes 1 free registration) (Space is limited to 6 booths for 2018)

Booth 1:

Texas A&M Ergo Center

Booth 2:

ATR-SmartProcedures

Booth 3:

ErgoPrise

Booth 4:

Ergo Squad

Booth 5:

NA

Booth 6:

NA

Booth 7:

NA

Booth 8:

NA

     

Last Year's Special sponsors:

EVENT
SPONSOR
Breakfast ($500) - 2 free registrations <available>*
Mid morning coffee ($300) <KBRWyle>*
Lunch ($1,000) - 4 free registrations <available>*
Afternoon coffee ($300) - 1 free registration <available>*
Student Lunch with the Presidents ($300) <available>*
Networking after the event ($600) <available>*
Best Student Presentation ($100) <KBRWyle>*
Best Student Poster ($100) <Anonymous>*
Best Presentation ($100) <KBRWyle>*
Best Poster ($100) <Chris Parker Enterprises>*

*Participation in the conference has an additional fee per person, please register separately when registration opens.

 

 

About the symposium:
This one-day symposium in Houston focuses on bringing together human factors and ergonomics professionals and students across Texas. This will be a forum for sharing information, case studies and new ideas within our community. This community consists of human factors and ergonomics engineers, designers, developers, designated company specialists and students in and around Texas. A variety of presentation formats have been identified to facilitate both information sharing and socializing within the group. Hosted by the Houston Chapter of HFES.

About the society:
The purpose of this society is to promote research and practical application of design principles that improve human interaction with the equipment, tools and processes that we use every day in our work environments.


If you are interested in sponsoring the Houston HFES one-day symposium,
e-mail Andrew Muddimer

Andrew Muddimer is Past-President of the Houston HFES Chapter and Chairman for the Symposium