Electrical Engineering and Computer Science

Human-Computer Interaction

Human-Computer Interaction photo
The Interactive Systems group at the University of Michigan investigates Human Computer Interaction (HCI), Educational Technology, Multimedia, and Social Computing. HCI is a large and diverse field and the faculty cover many important areas, including strengths in the fundamentals of HCI as well as exciting new technologies and services.

The scientific fundamentals include the domains of human perception and cognition and human factors, social activity, and learning. The applications cover a wide span: user interface design methods, computational sound and music systems, collaboration systems, and educational computing in K-12 settings, with a special emphasis on mobile and ubiquitous computing.


Specialties

Auditory Signal Processing and Engineering
Cognitive Principles and Models in User Interface Design
Collaborative and Social Computing
Computational Modeling of Human Emotion
Crowdsourcing and Human Computation
Mobile Learning
Temporal Informatics and Visualization

Related Links

CHAI Lab
CROMA Lab
Interactive Systems Lab
Michigan Interactive and Social Computing
SocialWorlds Research Group

CSE Faculty

Ackerman, Mark S.
Kieras, David E.
Lasecki, Walter
Mihalcea, Rada
Mower Provost, Emily
Mozafari, Barzan
Noble, Brian
Soloway, Elliot

Courtesy Faculty

Adar, Eytan
Dillahunt, Tawanna Ruth
Kay, Matthew
Nebeling, Michael
Newman, Mark W
Oney, Stephen
Schaub, Florian