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Bolchini with Graduate Student in AVL

The faculty in the department of human-centered computing conduct innovative research in important areas of human-computer interaction, informatics and emerging, interactive media. The research of our award-winning faculty is supported by the National Science Foundation (NSF), National Institute of Health (NIH), Google Research Awards, and the MacArthur Foundation; in 2013 faculty and students engaged in research generated 50 peer-reviewed publications, 57 exhibits/presentations related to research and creative activities, and collaborated on 32 awarded grants.

Human-Computer Interaction and Informatics Areas

Android Science and Human-robot Interaction

Interactive Accessibility for the Blind and Visually Impaired

Medical and Clinical System Design

Social Informatics, Technology and Society

Ubiquitous Computing

Emerging Media Areas

Digital Storytelling

Game Design and Health Games

Graphics, Visualization, Video and Animation

Healthcare New Media Communications

Web and Mobile Technologies