This conference aims to bring together work environment experts in all relevant disciplines, both from academia and practice.
This includes, but is not limited to, physical work environment (e.g., architecture and design, building physics, bio-technology, material science), social work environment (e.g. human resources management, behavioural sciences, organisational science, business, health & safety, neuroscience, environmental psychology, philosophy), digital work environment (e.g. information communication technology, virtual reality, sensor engineering, data analytics), and management of the built environment (e.g. asset, facility and property management, economics, corporate real estate management, decision science).
Presented research can focus on an individual, team, organisational or urban scale.