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Tuning an HCI Curriculum for Master Students to Address Interactive Critical Systems Aspects

Abstract : This paper presents the need for specific curricula in order to address the training of specialists in the area of Interactive Critical Systems. Indeed, while curricula are usually built in order to produce specialists in one discipline (e.g. computer science) dealing with systems or products requires training in multiple disciplines. The area of Interactive Critical Systems requires deep knowledge in computer science, dependability, Human-Computer Interaction and safety engineering. We report in this paper how these various disciplines have been integrated in a master program at Université Toulouse III, France and highlight the carrier paths followed by the graduated students and how these carriers are oriented towards aeronautics and space application domains.
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Michel Galindo, Célia Martinie, Philippe Palanque, Marco Winckler, Peter Forbrig. Tuning an HCI Curriculum for Master Students to Address Interactive Critical Systems Aspects. 15th International Conference on Human-Computer Interaction (HCI 2013), Jul 2013, Las Vegas, NV, United States. pp. 51-60. ⟨hal-01231775⟩



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