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.
|Name||Title||Academic Unit||Research Interests|
|Mark Riedl||Associate Professor||School of Interactive Computing||Artificial intelligence, storytelling, and entertainment computing|
|Jessica Roberts||Assistant Professor||School of Interactive Computing||Learning Sciences and Technology, Human-Centered Computing, HCI, Human-Data Interactions|
|Agata Rozga||Senior Research Scientist||School of Interactive Computing||Dr. Rozga is a research scientist in the School of Interactive Computing. She is a developmental psychologist with an interest in autism and related developmental conditions. Her current research lies at the interdisciplinary boundary between developmental psychology and computing. She asks questions regarding how the behavior of individuals with autism emerges and transforms over time. To find answers, she applies novel sensing capabilities, and computationally driven measurement and modeling. This work is leading to novel ways of capturing and quantifying complex human behaviors, as well as developing new understandings of these behaviors, both among typically developing individuals and those with autism. The ultimate goal is to make these new measurements and modeling techniques work outside the lab, in real-world environments like the home, schools, and clinics where there is a need for more objective, reliable means of tracking the emergence of autism and its developmental course.|