The Human-Centred Computing section aims to fundamentally understand and improve the relation between computational technology and people. Our research focuses on using computing to support people’s activities and well-being; inventing new ways for people to interact with technology, and understanding how human capabilities are influenced by technology. We are a diverse and highly collaborative group of researchers that strives to provide a welcoming, supportive, and caring environment for all.
A record number of PhD students has been enrolled at the Department of Computer Science in 20202020.12.01
Professor: There have always been women in gaming, but they are missing in the story-telling2020.11.10
New Associate Professor teaches computers to read your thoughts and feelings2020.10.27