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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RIT is a Member of the HCI Consortium

RIT has been accepted into the Human-Computer Interaction Consortium (HCIC), a organization of top universities, companies, and government research labs in the field of Human-Computer Interaction. The goal of HCIC is to promote academic training, research, and technology transfer in the field, and the annual HCIC conference (open to member organizations) is an opportunity for RIT students and faculty to form collaborative and professional relationships across the discipline.


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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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