Design. Experience. Change.
We build human-centered computing systems.
About us —UIC HCI
Located in the heart of Chicago city, we are the newly formed Human-Computer Interaction Laboratory at the University of Illinois at Chicago. At UIC, Chicago’s only public research university, we design computer technologies that create transforming human experiences and deliver positively impactful societal change.
To support individual and social activities and improve everyday life, we design, build, and evaluate ubiquitous computing technologies. Our design deeply draws from our research on how people work, play, and communicate in day-to-day life.
In recent news
Empirical Methods, Fall 2018
Debaleena is offering a new class on Empirical Methods in CS; MW 4:30—5:45 pm at ERF 2068
Article studying trust–eliciting cues in Drug–Drug Interaction alerts accepted in Interacting with Computers.
Article in HCI Journal
Article studying slides as resources for face-to-face talk in a multi-device ecosystem accepted in Human-Computer Interaction Journal.
For the first time, CS Dept. is offering a physical prototyping mini seminar this fall, organized by the HCI lab and COE Makerspace.