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Universiteit Hasselt - Knowledge in action

RESEARCH DOMAINS - HUMAN-COMPUTER INTERACTION

The Human-Computer Interaction group performs research in three sub-domains:  multimodal interaction, emerging interactive systems and user-centered software engineering. Results of this research are applied in diverse domains including (but not limited to): rehabilitation & robotic systems (3D interaction and haptic feedback), culture & education (multi-touch interaction, Context-aware mobile systems, Collaborative workspaces), serious gaming (3D interaction and haptic feedback, Context-aware mobile systems, multidisciplinary and end-user design and development), e-health (ubiquitous computing systems) and user interface design (user-centered software engineering).

The Human-Computer Interaction research is guided by a management team, consisting of prof. dr. K. Coninx and prof. dr. K. Luyten.

Currently, the Human-Computer Interaction research concentrates on the following topics:

 

Multimodal interaction
  • Multi touch interaction 
  • 3D interaction and haptic feedback
  • Psycho-physiological input
Emerging interactive systems
  • Context-aware mobile systems
  • Collaborative workspaces
  • Ubiquitous computing systems
User-centered software engineering
  • Engineering Multimodal interaction
  • Engineering Emerging user interfaces
  • Multidisciplinary and end-user design and development