Human Centered Computing Lab
Welcome to the Human Centered Computing Lab
The Human Centered Computing (HCC) group at the University of Michigan investigates Human Computer Interaction (HCI), Educational Technology, Multimedia, and Social Computing. HCI is a large and diverse field and the faculty cover many important areas, including strengths in the fundamentals of HCI as well as exciting new technologies and services.
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Prospective graduate students
The scientific fundamentals include the domains of human perception and cognition and human factors, social activity, and learning. The applications cover a wide span: user interface design methods, computational sound and music systems, collaborative systems, access technology, and educational computing in K-12 settings, with a special emphasis on mobile and ubiquitous computing.
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Hearing emotion: Redefining mental health monitoring via voice-based mood detection
Researchers at U-M have received a $3.6 million NIH grant to support their development of new digital phenotyping tools to better detect and measure symptoms of bipolar disorder via audio…
Mark Guzdial receives Monroe-Brown Foundation Education Excellence Award
The award recognizes Guzdial’s transformational impact on computer science education at U-M and beyond.
NSF funds U-M research on generative AI in STEM education
Prof. Xu Wang of CSE and Prof. Ying Xu of the School of Education have received an NSF award to support their research on teacher-AI collaboration to develop STEM educational resources.