Learn about the 50 faculty from the four sponsoring schools, plus additional HCI-active faculty. Each faculty can advise MS-HCI projects in areas related to their research interests.

Our faculty are well-recognized in their fields of endeavor and include members of the CHI Academy and the National Academy of Engineering, as well as ACM, HFES, and IEEE Fellows, technical and lifetime achievement award winners, journal editors, and conference chairs.

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Name Title Academic Unit Research Interests
Andrea Parker Associate Professor School of Interactive Computing Human-computer interaction, social computing, health equity, social justice, civic computing, public health
Nassim Parvin Associate Professor School of Literature, Media, and Communication Civic and Participatory Media, Design Ethics and Politics (Values and Design), Information Design and Visualization, Participatory and Co-design Methods
Thomas Ploetz Associate Professor School of Interactive Computing Computational Behavior Analysis, Mobile and Ubiquitous Computing, (Applied) Machine Learning, Time Series Analysis
Noah Posner Research Scientist School of Industrial Design Noah Posner is a research scientist with the IMAGINE Lab and lab manager of the Interactive Product Design Lab (IPDL). His focus is on creating interactive experiences that leverage physical interaction. As manager of the IPDL he maintains the space as a research and teaching lab. He leads IPDL internal projects and assists students as they learn to incorporate sensing and interaction into their designs. In addition he teaches physical prototyping in the Human-Computer Interaction program.