Intelligent Interactive Systems Group
Designing, building and studying interactive systems
We focus on understanding how to design interactive systems that enable people to be more creative, expressive and satisfied in their daily lives. We build systems that amplify people's ability to efficiently interact with computer systems.
- Intelligent interactive systems
- Human-computer interaction
- Accessibility, inclusive design and augmentatative and alternative communication
- Human computation and crowdsourcing
- Interaction science
Some recent media coverage of our work:
- New computing devices are inspiring new ways to input text. MIT Technology Review. Ted Greenwald, August 21, 2013.
- Users Are Better Off Designing Their Own UI Gestures. Fast Company's Co.Design. Mark Wilson, April 30, 2013.
- KALQ Is A New Split-Screen Keyboard Layout Designed To Speed Up Thumb Typing On Tablets & Big Phones. TechCrunch. Natasha Lomas, April 24, 2013.
- Software Makes Multiple Screens Less Distracting. MIT Technology Review. John Pavlus, April 2, 2013.
- Crowdsourcing improves predictive texting. New Scientist, pages 24-25. Duncan Graham-Rowe, February 22, 2012.
- Correct me if I'm wrong.... The Economist's Tecnology Quarterly. September 2, 2010.
- Dr Per Ola Kristensson (Group Leader and Principal Investigator)
- Shaona Ghosh (Research Associate)
- Dr Shuai Li (Research Associate)
- Jason Jacques (Research Assistant)
- Michael Brock (PhD student researching expressive gestural interfaces)
- John Dudley (PhD student researching interactive visual analytics for virtual reality)
- Max Nicosia (PhD student researching intelligent multi-display environments)
- Shyam Reyal, University of St Andrews (PhD student researching mobile text entry)
- Slawomir Tadeja (PhD student researching virtual and augmented reality interfaces in information visualisation)