We study many areas of human-computer interaction, with a particular focus on multimodal aspects of interaction. A big part of our research is investigating interactions that make the most of what humans are capable of. For example, using audio or haptics to convey information non-visually, or using pressure and gesture for more expressive types of input.
We have a rich history of accessible and mobile human-computer interaction, but in recent years we have also been applying our experience to in-car interfaces, virtual reality, and affective computing.
To find our more about our research, choose from the following list of research themes:
- Affective Multimodal Feedback
- Audio Feedback
- Haptic Input and Output
- Health, Wellbeing and Accessibility
- In-Car Interfaces
- Mid-Air Interaction
- Mobile Interaction
- Smell Feedback
- Virtual Reality
We are part of the Glasgow Interactive Systems Section, which covers all areas of human-computer interaction.