The 55th Conference on Human Responses to Vibration:
University of Exeter, 22-24 June 2022
Due to global uncertainty around when restrictions on travel and social distancing would be lifted, the decision was taken to postpone the 55th Human Responses to Vibration Conference until June 2022.
The venue has been changed to the University of Exeter campus and the new dates have been set as Wednesday 22 June to Friday 24 June 2022.
Updated information about the Conference, including information about full papers will be added to this webpage in due course.
Submissions will cover all aspects of hand-transmitted vibration, whole-body vibration and motion sickness.
The UK Conference on Human Responses to Vibration (UK HRV) is an annual opportunity for specialists from the UK and further afield to exchange information, disseminate research findings and receive updates on current issues related to human exposure to vibration. Submissions will cover all aspects of hand-transmitted vibration, whole-body vibration and motion sickness.
The theme for the 55th conference will be Human Response to Vibration in Transport and the Built Environment. While hosted on the main University of Exeter campus, it will focus attention around the newly opened VSimulators facility located within the University of Exeter Engineering Research Building at Exeter Science Park. The conference will include demonstrations of the facility to enable delegates to see and experience its capabilities throughout the event.
- Wednesday 13 April: Issue of invitations and booking arrangements
- Friday 27 May: Deadline for conference registration
- Thursday 16 June: Paper submission deadline
For further information, please contact Bob Cope.
Telephone: +44 (0)1392 725821
TBC - Information will be provided in due course about the 2022 event.
Information about the 2022 programme is available on our downloadable PDF document below:
We will update this page once conference registration is open.
The theme of the 55th conference is Human response to Vibration in Transport and the Built Environment and we would welcome papers not only from structural, automotive and aerospace engineers but also from biomechanics and psychologists.
Abstracts should contain up to 200 words and they should include a brief description of the aims and objectives of the paper, methodology used and key findings.
To submit an abstract to EasyChair, the link to enter as an author is https://easychair.org/my/conference?conf=hrv2020#
If your abstract is accepted, we would encourage you to prepare a written paper for oral presentation. Written papers will be combined into electronic proceedings.
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