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Here is the updated scientific production of the IIHM team (Engineering human-computer interaction), part of the research area "Interactive and Cognitive Systems " within the LIG, Grenoble Informatics Laboratory.

The IIHM research group is primarily concerned with the software aspects of Human-Computer Interaction. Our mission is to define new concepts, models and software tools for designing, implementing, and evaluating interaction techniques that are effective, usable, and enjoyable.

Research themes:
  • Engineering for human-computer interaction: model, method, software architecture
  • Innovative interaction technique
  • Multimodal and collaborative interaction
  • Interaction for small handheld devices and mobility
  • Plastic context-aware user interfaces
  • Mixed reality interaction

Application domains:
- Exploration of large information spaces (e.g., temporal data, large tables, maps, web)
- Collaborative multimodal command posts (e.g., unmanned aerial vehicles, security aid)
- Smart spaces and objects (e.g., smart home and office, citizen space, museum, ballet, augmented objects)
- Games, Serious Games
- Archeology

  • Interactive and Cognitive Systems
  • Software, Interaction
  • Reasoning and inference, Knowledge, Human learning, Ergonomics
  • Models
  • Information management systems, Multimedia information management, Sensor data management , Very large data sets, Spatio-temporal information
  • Computer systems, Design of software and hardware, Distributed systems, Middleware, Mobility, Autonomic systems
  • CMan-machine interaction, Human-Computer Interface engineering, Multi-modal, Context: models and adaptation, Human-Computer Interaction, Decision and action, Interfaces with virtual worlds , Virtual reality, Augmented Reality , Computer vision, User representation
  • Software engineering , Model driven engineering, Specification and validation, Verification - Proof - Testing, Programming environments, Traceability, Meta-models

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