Our Human-Computer Interaction (HCI) research draws on the best scientific traditions in Computer Science and Human Sciences to study the interactions between people and technology. We are developing new theory and creating methdods for working across disciplnes, even creating new undiciplined ways of working to create solutions. A core part of this work is to advance the sub-fields of Disability Interaction (DIX), Early-years Mobility and Physiological Computing. Out research is intertwined with that of UCLIC.
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05 November 2019
Computers and Accessibility: My experience at the ASSETS 2019