Computer Science 250-01
Human-Computer Interaction Seminar
Fall, 2016

Robert J.K. Jacob
Dept. of Computer Science
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Tomoki Shibata
Dept. of Computer Science
This is a seminar course exploring new forms of human-computer interaction and software models, abstractions, and languages for describing them. Students will read research papers on new interaction techniques, classic and emerging user interface description languages, and other related disciplines and present and discuss them in the seminar. The course will also connect to our current research on interfaces that use brain and physiological input to drive subtle adaptation and the need for new languages and tools for such interfaces.
None; individual articles to read.
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Course Work

The course will begin with an overview of the topic areas. The bulk of the course will be in the format of a graduate seminar. Students will read research papers in the areas that underlie our topic and present and discuss them in the seminar. We may also have a hands-on project or workshop. The nature of the project will partly depend on the backgrounds of the students in the class.

Background in human-computer interaction, programming languages, cognitive science, linguistics, psychology, physiological or brain measurement techniques, or other relevant topic area; or permission of instructor.