Cyprus Interaction Lab Secures a Major HCI Conference

The Cyprus Interaction Lab has secured the prestigious Human Computer Interaction Conference, INTERACT.

The field of Human-Computer Interaction (HCI) has been extremely successful for the last thirty years, especially when it comes to changing computing to the benefit of end users. Advanced mobile, ubiquitous and pervasive computing have dramatically changed the way we interact with information, which makes human factors an essential part of computer science and informatics in all areas of our daily life.

INTERACT is among the world’s top conferences in Human-Computer Interaction. Starting with the first INTERACT conference in 1990, this conference series has been organised under the aegis of the Technical Committee 13 on Human-Computer Interaction of the UNESCO International Federation for Information Processing (IFIP). The conference will be held in Pafos in 2018.

The Cyprus Interaction Lab of the Department of Multimedia and Graphic Arts of the Cyprus University of Technology studies the

interaction of people with technology in various fields. The lab aims to understand and enhance users’ experience and interaction with
technology. Visit the Cyprus Interaction Lab at www.http://cyprusinteractionlab.com.  The Department of Multimedia and Graphic Arts is offering starting this year a master program in the related field of Interaction Design (http://www.idmaster.eu).  The online program, is offered in English in collaboration with the Institute of Informatics of Tallinn University of Estonia. Coordinator of the program is Professor Panayiotis Zaphiris, Dean of School of Fine and Applied Arts of Cyprus University of Technology.

 

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