UK Conference on Human Responses to Vibration

The annual conference, on 14 to 15 September, provides a forum for exchange of information, dissemination of research findings and an opportunity to be updated in current issues related to human responses to vibration.

Presented papers cover all aspects of human responses to vibration including hand-transmitted vibration, whole-body vibration and motion sickness.

Sponsored by Brüel & Kjær, HVLabShock Mitigation and Svantek

The provisional programme for the 2016 conference is available here (PDF)


The conference attracts a diverse mix of delegates from government, industry, academia, consultancy and military organisations with backgrounds in psychology, medicine, physiology, science, health and safety, ergonomics, design and engineering.

Although normally hosted in the UK, a significant number of delegates travel to the conference from overseas.


Please register by emailing this form to the organiser

Titles and abstracts for papers are invited. The programme covers many aspects on the human response to vibration – further information on the study and research topics is available here.

The full text of papers will be expected about one month prior to the conference.

Conference information


The 51st UK Conference on Human Response to Vibration will be held at the Institute of Naval Medicine on 14 to 15 September 2016. 

Sponsored by Brüel & Kjær, HVLabShock Mitigation and Svantek