Human-Centered Computing Research

Human-Centered Computing explores the relationship between people, groups, and societies and computing and information systems, with an emphasis on applications in various domains in health, transportation, mobile computing, and many other areas. The Human-Centered Computing faculty actively engage in state-of-the-art research and publish in the top journals and conferences across the many subareas of this exciting discipline.

Associated Faculty

  • Ellen Bass: Human-centered design, human-computer interaction, human factors, human performance modeling , judgment and decision making, medical informatics, systems engineering

  • Michael Ekstrand: Recommender systems, information retrieval, algorithmic fairness, social impact of technology, AI ethics

  • Tim Gorichanaz: Humanity-centered design, information ethics, human information behavior, philosophy of technology

  • Jina Huh-Yoo: Health informatics, mobile and wireless health, social computing, human-centered design

  • Afsaneh Razi: Human-computer interaction, Social Computing, human-centered AI, Privacy, Ethics, Online Safety, language processing

  • Shadi Rezapour: Computational social science; natural language processing; network analysis; human-centered data science; computational linguistics

  • Michelle L. Rogers: Human-computer interaction, healthcare informatics, human factors engineering, socio-technical systems, health services research, patient safety

  • Dario Salvucci: Cognitive science, cognitive architectures, human-computer interaction, human factors, multitasking and interruptions, applications to driving and driver distraction

  • Aleksandra Sarcevic: Computer-supported cooperative work, human-computer interaction, healthcare informatics; crisis informatics; social analysis of information & communications technology (ICT)

  • John Seberger: Human-Computer Interaction, Human-Centered Computing, Social Informatics, Privacy