Hello, welcome to Human-Computer Interaction Lab at the University of Manitoba in Winnipeg, Canada. Students and professors working in the lab are committed to exploring new and innovative research areas in human-computer interaction.
We are currently carrying out research in a number of a different fields including:
- Large interactive surfaces and displays
- Mobile devices
- Human-robot interaction
- Software complexity and learnability
- Visual analytics
- Intelligent interactive systems
- Novel input devices
- Several other areas of HCI research
The University of Manitoba HCI Laboratory is also able to provide usability testing services. If you are are currently considering putting your software through some usability testing, you should consider our testing services. Please contact us for more information.
News & Announcements
April 28, 2016 | Robot Painter
May 28, 2015 | “Would You Do as a Robot Commands?” Featured in Harvard Business Review Article
Lab alumnus Derek Cormier's work, "Would You Do as a Robot Commands?", has been featured in a Harvard Business Review article. Take a look!
April 17, 2015 | Lab Alumnus, Xing-Dong Yang, to join at Dartmouth College
Our lab alumnus Xing-Dong Yang will be joining the Department of Computer Science at Dartmouth College as Assistant Professor from July 1, 2015. UManitoba HCI lab wishes all the best in his new position.