Table of Contents (partial) Plenum papers: Factors governing the evolution and diffusion of CIM, R U Ayers & J Ranta. New generations of human-computer interaction, B R Gaines. Man-machine systems and plant performance, A Palmgren. Internal representation, internal model, human performance model and mental workload, H G Stassen et al. Process supervision and control: design of technical systems and organisation. Training of operators, A Wisner et al. Process control applications: impacts of industrial automation: importance of the design process, J Ranta & L Tuominen. Identification of potential operator burden through systematic assessment of actual plant transients, J R Fragola. User modelling: a new technique to support designers of graphical support systems in conventional power plants, G A Sundstrom. Do design procedures fit designers' behaviour?, T M J Lenior & J C M Mossink. TIME: the Cinderella of man-machine interaction, F Decortis & V De Keyser. The evaluation of VDU-based man-machine interfaces in process industry, H A C Swaanenburg et al. An implicit method for dynamic task allocation between man and computer in supervision posts of automated processes, P Millot & A Kamoun. Improvement of work and workers' qualifications in a highly automated paper mill, A Leppanen & E Auvinen. Developing a realtime expert system for monitoring main flow processes in the secondary circuit of power plants, A Kautto et al. Development of an early fault detection system for nuclear power plants, M Lilja et al. The safety design of process automation, experiences and methods, R Keranen et al. Development of an advanced man-machinesystem for BWR Nuclear power plants, K Monta et al.