HCI at RIT: Research Community

Faculty and students at RIT are conducting research in several areas of human computer interaction, including accessibility and inclusion, eye-tracking and visual perception, human-aware artificial intelligence, wearable and mobile computing, educational technology, consumer behavior, and usable security. This website is a hub for information across RIT.

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Three Faculty Openings in HCI

As part of a growing, strategic research cluster in human-computer interaction (HCI) and computing accessibility, RIT invites applications for three full-time tenure-track positions, at the assistant, associate, or full professor rank, for an appointment beginning fall 2019.

 

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The recent issue of the Research at RIT magazine focused on human-computer interaction and design research across the campus.



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HCI research is happening across RIT

There are faculty and students conducting research on human-computer interaction and related topics across several of the colleges of RIT.

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