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human computer interaction PhD Projects, Programs & Scholarships

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We have 23 human computer interaction PhD Projects, Programs & Scholarships

Towards increased accessibility in human-robot collaboration: Leveraging gaze interaction in mixed-reality

  Research Group: Cybersecurity, Privacy and HCC Research Section
Human-robot collaboration (HRC) requires efficient mechanisms to communicate and exchange information from/to users to/from robots, e.g., to allow a user to command a robot, as well as to allow a robot to express its interpretations and intentions. Read more

Virtual and Mixed Reality for Human Robot Surrogate Interaction

  Research Group: Complex Systems
Soon, we anticipate robot surrogates will become commonplace and feature heavily in our lives. For example, consider a robot surrogate that facilitates remote support of a family member with some common home tasks. Read more

Pervasive Technology for Multimodal Human Memory Augmentation

Technology has long had an important role in supporting human memory. However, developments in pervasive computing are beginning to offer the potential to re-think and re-define how technology can augment human memory. Read more

ENCODE: A platform for modelling users’ bEhaviour iN COnnected DEvices

  Research Group: Cybersecurity, Privacy and HCC Research Section
Description. Smartphones are ubiquitous amongst daily life, where the user is connected to a number of apps and services on-the-go from communication to health monitoring to entertainment. Read more

Evaluating Systems for the Augmentation of Human Cognition

There is a growing interest in the use of technology to extend the capabilities of the human mind. Examples include. Systems that capture and represent data about human experiences in order to support retrospective memory;. Read more

Technology-driven Human Memory Degradation

For centuries, we have used a wide range of technologies, techniques and artefacts to augment our human memory, e.g. storytelling, to-do lists, diaries and photographs. Read more

Sociocultural norms and interruptibility aware systems

  Research Group: Cybersecurity, Privacy and HCC Research Section
Description. Intelligent interruptibility-aware systems have been an active research area for decades, however few have had widespread societal impact. Read more

Social Sensing and Nudging for Behavioural Change

  Research Group: Cybersecurity, Privacy and HCC Research Section
Description. Digital ‘detoxing’ and management of screen time has become a rising societal trend as the smartphone has become more pervasive and embedded in nearly all aspects of daily life. Read more

Digital interruptions and prolonged distraction

  Research Group: Cybersecurity, Privacy and HCC Research Section
Description. The task of managing our focus and attention has become an almost persistent task due to the rise of personal technologies that have become engrained in our lives. Read more

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