We are a group of researchers studying and teaching extended and virtual reality (XR/VR/AR) at the Department of Computer Science. Our research includes designing interaction techniques for XR, developing methods to evaluate user interfaces for XR, and experimental studies about human–computer interaction with XR.
We host a number of research groups investigating future computing interfaces (shape-changing interfaces, end-user fabrication, augumented and virtual reality, mobile interfaces and body-based user interfaces), sensing and tracking technologies, cooperative work practices, collaborative technologies and health information systems.
Computer Supported Cooperative Work
We are an interdisciplinary research group that strives to understand the nature and requirements of cooperative work in order to design collaborative computational artifacts and technologies.
FemTech is a practice-based research programme that addresses the problem of how to facilitate inclusion in computing. We address this challenge by creating opportunities for people to engage in the development of interactive technologies, i.a. through workshops and events.
Our overall aim in health informatics is to research, design and prototype information systems that improve the quality and efficiency in healthcare.
Human-Computer Interaction (HCI)
Our research focuses on new sensing and tracking technologies, information visualization, shape change, and mobile user interfaces. New and innovative designs are empirically studied in collaboration with potential users. In our research we strive to build on an understanding of human needs and capabilities.
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