The goal of human-centred computing is to create technologies that better meet human needs, through studying aspects of relationships between people, society and computing. The Human Centered Computing group is concerned with the design, development and evaluation of systems with which humans interact and engage in complex and varied ways. Our members investigate various aspects of intelligent interaction between people and machines with a focus on computer graphics, data visualisation, human-computer interaction, machine learning and natural language processing.
With a commitment to cross-disciplinary rigour, we make research contributions in diverse fields including mental health, accessibility, information visualisation, multi-modal interfaces, visual analytics and more. Our objective is to enrich human interactions with the digital world and transform our lives, in exactly the ways we want them to.