Human-Computer Interaction

Developing advanced user-focused interfaces and design methods that are shaping the future of technology.

Research Projects

Achieving Optimal Motor Function in Stroke Survivors via a Human-Centered Approach to Design an mHealth Platform
Principal Investigator(s): Eun Kyoung Choe
Funder: National Institutes of Health Other
Research Areas: Accessibility and Inclusive Design > Health Informatics > Human-Computer Interaction
Stroke rehabilitation, mHealth, Human-Computer Interaction
Partners: University of Massachusetts Amherst, Spaulding Rehabilitation Hospital, Formsense
CAREER: Advancing Remote Collaboration: Inclusive Design for People with Dementia
Principal Investigator(s): Amanda Lazar
Funder: National Science Foundation
Research Areas: Health Informatics > Human-Computer Interaction > Social Networks and Online Communities
Technology increasingly provides opportunities to interact remotely with others. People with cognitive impairment can be excluded from these opportunities when technology is not designed with their needs, preferences, and abilities in mind.

Recent News

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Project Aims to Convey Big Data With Sound and Touch

NSF-Funded Research Would Expand Employment, Education Opportunities for Blind Data Users.
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Morphic: Advancing Social Equity Through Digital Inclusion

A growing pool of users at libraries, colleges, and job centers across the US and in Canada have the opportunity to take advantage of Morphic, a …
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Dr. Daniel Greene: Rethinking How Schools, Libraries, and Community Orgs Tackle Poverty

Can a community barbeque be more beneficial to citizens than learning computing skills?