Human-Computer Interaction

Human-computer interaction is the science of designing technologies for human use and understanding how people use technology. It can span novel interaction paradigms (e.g., augmented reality, brain-computer interfaces) or human-AI collaborations (e.g., social robotics, smart home environments) and often concerns itself with real-world applications in areas like education, health, and social justice.

Full-time Faculty

Assistant Professor
(412) 624-8490
Associate Professor, ICDS & CS
(412) 624-9315
Assistant Professor, ICDS & CS (starting Fall 2023)
Professor (on leave at NSF)
(412) 624-7953
Associate Professor and Research Scientist, LRDC
(412) 624-9590

Ph.D. Students

Pronouns: she, her, hers

Master's Students

Pronouns: he, him, his