Human Computer Interaction (HCI)

art of Takoshi Suigushi

Abstract:
Our research in Human Computer Interaction (HCI) and Interaction Design is concerned with how humans interact with computing systems, media, and digital information, including enactive, embodied, emotional, and social (human-human) interaction mediated by technology. Its objective is twofold: on the one hand, to understand, model, and automatically analyse users behavior, perception, and intentions; on the other hand, it is about designing innovative interaction modalities and models to support humans in a wide spectrum of tasks and activities. Human-centered computing is the focus of this research line, which involves human factors engineering together with cognitive, linguistic and communication science, as well as artistic and humanistic research as essential complementary disciplines to computer science and artificial intelligence, in a trans-disciplinary approach. Main application domains include arts and performing arts, digital humanities, technology-enhanced learning, technology-enhanced experience of cultural heritage, health and well-being.

Sublines:

  • ● Multimodal, non-verbal, emotional and social interfaces
  • ● User modelling, intelligent and adaptive user interfaces
  • ● Affective computing
  • ● Interactive computer graphics, 3D modeling and spatial data processing
  • ● Perception and interaction in augmented and virtual reality systems
  • ● Recommender and support systems

ERC classification:
PE6_9 Human computer interaction and interface, visualization and natural language processing
PE6_8 Computer graphics, computer vision, multi media, computer games
SH4_4 Cognitive and experimental psychology: perception, action and higher cognitive processes

Keywords: human-centered computing, user experience, geometry processing, geo-information and spatial data analysis, behaviour analysis, social signals processing, emotion, discourse processing, semantic modeling, virtual and mixed reality, visual perception, multimodality, enaction.

Contact Person: Ilaria Torre

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