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Human-Computer Interaction (HCI)
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Published February 24, 2016

Researching the interplay between technology, humans, and society.

HCI (Human Computer Interaction) is about understanding the interplay between technology, humans, and society. We use this knowledge to develop and evaluate computer systems suited to the needs and requirements of humans and society.

The HCI group includes eleven researchers, four with PhD, as well as two PhD-students and one Post Doc. We all supervise other master and PhD students. The group is multidisciplinary, spanning informatics, media science, psychology, and the natural sciences. See our selected research papers here.

 Research areas:

Social media

User experience

Living Labs

Complex systems

Design

 

Jan Håvard Skjetne is research manager for the HCI-group.