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Daisy Veitch
Founding Member and Secretary, World Engineering Anthropometry Resource (WEAR)
Adjunct Associate Lecturer, Flinders University, School of Medicine
PhD Candidate, Delft University of Technology (TU Delft)
Founder and CEO, SHARP Dummies Pty Ltd
Phone: +61 8 8370 0202
Email: daisy@sharpdummies.com.au

Sudhakar Rajulu
Manager, Anthropometry & Biomechanics Facility, NASA
Johnson Space Center
Biomedical Research & Environmental Sciences Division
2101 NASA Parkway, Mail Code SK3
Houston, TX 77058
Phone: +1 (281) 483-3725
Email: sudhakar.rajulu-1@nasa.gov

There are currently 399 members (September 2016) in the LinkedIn Group

Contact Daisy Veitch for more information or to join this Technical Committee
Email: daisy@sharpdummies.com.au


The objective of the IEA technical committee on anthropometry is to improve the understanding of anthropometry and its applications. We try to achieve this goal through stimulation of high-quality anthropometric surveys, development of anthropometric tools and dissemination of knowledge and data.


The IEA technical committee consists of two co-chairs (Daisy Veitch and Bruce Bradtmiller) and a list of the above mentioned current members. The committee will meet each 3years during each IEA conference.

This TC was created by WEAR (World Engineering Anthropometry Resource) in 2007. See www.wearanthro.com for further information.

You can join the TC Anthropometry too if you are interested in anthropometry and a member of a National Ergonomics Society. Please send an email to daisy@sharpdummies.com.au to be added to the email list IEA-TC-Anthro@nic.surfnet.nl

In addition the IEA Technical Committee Anthropometry has its own LinkedIn group. Please send a connection request to daisy@sharpdummies.com.au to join our online discussions.

To implement the above objectives, this TC could create Working Groups depending on the meeting in Australia in 2015.

Idea’s for Working Groups

Standards and Anthropometry

This group is concerned with coordinating and synchronizing with the work of the ISO and the national standard committees

Digital Human Models and Anthropometry

This group coordinates and stimulates the work that is presented at the SAE Digital Human Modelling Conferences and the IEA Conferences

2007-2008 Anthropometry Report

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Action Plan

Activities Description Responsible Milestones
1. Standards
Guidelines for ISO consideration
2. DHM
Session at DHM and IEA 2009
3. Communication by website, fileserver, email lists internal and external, face to face meetings, conferences with other organizations like CODATA
Wear-core members
Website extern Fall 2007; External Email list wear-interest-l: is working
4. IEA Meeting in Brazil
Wear-core members
Election of new chair: Bruce Bradtmiller and Daisy Veitch
5. IEA Meeting in Australia
Daisy Veitch and Bruce Bradtmiller
Stream on anthropometry