Bridging the gap between computing systems and humans

Human Centered Computing
The growth of our dependence on computer technology has accelerated in recent years and dramatically more so during the pandemic, as technology now supports a wider variety of activities as our work and personal lives have been upended by requirements for physical distancing. As humans face a growing reliance on computer-mediated behaviors of all sorts, the need for smarter human-technology interfaces is also growing. This semester I-DISC is launching a new research group in human-centered computing.

Individuals interested in connecting with this new research group should contact Kate Arrington,