Human-Centred Computing

In the Human-Centred Computing discipline we research how to design and create technologies that empower people and their communities. 

The heart of our approach is considering context of use – understanding people’s lived experience so that the technology we develop fits their lives and how they function. Without this, even the most technically excellent technology will fail.

We are an inter-disciplinary community, incorporating diverse backgrounds including design, robotics, engineering, and computer science. We actively collaborate across disciplines including linguistics, health, arts and behavioural sciences.

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For more information about working with us, please contact our discipline leader, Associate Professor Stephen Viller or meet our team.