Committee members

If you are not a WTS committee member, you are encouraged to contact an appropriate committee member to discuss any issues or problems you would like the committee to address. If you wish to promote your ideas and/or committee recommendation usability, share your committee communications with all of us.


The Scientific Committee fosters research and collaboration within the field of shiftwork and working time. Its primary goals include promoting awareness of research and researchers that intersects shiftwork and working time; curating a list of topics needing to be explored to advance the field, both in research and implementation; fostering new research and researchers; and support research to practice activities. Current activities include reinstating the nomenclature subcommittee to improve communication within the discipline, curating a list of topics needing exploration, and highlighting and maintaining a list of recently published articles and authors germane to our research area.

Contact person: Dr. Stephen Popkin