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Center for Human-Computer Interaction


Human-Computer Interaction (HCI) pervades every aspect of life in the 21st century. From augmented reality to social media to autonomous vehicles to crowdsourcing, the study of HCI impacts all of us. The Center for HCI at Virginia Tech is a world leader in HCI research, both designing interactive experiences and studying human interaction with and through technology.

CHCI’s transdisciplinary community performs cutting-edge HCI research and educates the next generation of HCI scholars. We offer a variety of programs including funding, shared resources, and opportunities for intellectual exchange.

Research


CHCI research addresses all aspects of the interplay between people and interactive technologies. We host several research groups in different transdisciplinary areas, in which all students and faculty are welcome to participate whenever they can, including

Social Issues of Wearable Displays

Hosted by Doug Bowman, meets every other Friday, 3:00-4:00 pm, starting Sept. 9, in Moss Arts Center 251 (Observe).

DISIS Audio Research Seminar

Hosted by Ico Bukvic, meets every Tuesday (2 - 3:15 pm) in Newman Library room 121.

CHCI faculty are principal investigators in a variety of research labs across campus, in areas as diverse as digital humanities, smart construction, immersive experiences, and social informatics.

For more information on research groups and labs, see the Research page.

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