Seminar Human-Computer Interaction I

This is a hybrid teaching unit, it will partially be held online, partially in class.

This is the main seminar of the HCI group of the Human-IST Institute. The topics will change each semester and will be proposed by Human-IST members. Each participant will be supervised by one Human-IST member.
With the advent of autonomous cars, mobile devices and conversational agents, the question of the interaction with digital devices in everyday life is becoming more and more relevant. The aim of the HCI seminar is to look at this question over several specific contexts and expose students to state-of-the art research in Human-Computer Interaction.

Through a set of topics for the participants to choose from, the different research fields studied within the Human-IST institute will be reviewed and discussed. Again, each specific topic is proposed by a member of the Human-IST team who will be available, each time needed, during the semester to follow the work of the student selecting it.

More details can be found at https://human-ist.ch/hci-seminar/

Details

Code 33828/63828
Type Seminar
ECTS 5
Site Fribourg
Track(s) T3 – Advanced Information Processing
T6 – Data Science
Semester A2020

Teaching

Learning Outcomes

At the end of the seminar, students will know how to do a bibliographic research and be exercised in writing a scientific article. Further, they will build a general knowledge on the field of HCI and its current techniques and trends, as well as an in-depth understanding on their chosen topic.

Lecturer(s) Denis Lalanne
Julien Nembrini
Language english
Course Page

The course page in ILIAS can be found at https://ilias.unibe.ch/goto_ilias3_unibe_crs_1841365.html.

Schedules and Rooms

Period On Appointment
Location UniFR, PER21 / online

Evaluation

Evaluation type continuous evaluation

Additional information

Comment

First Lecture
The introductory lecture will be on Monday, 21.09.2020 at 10:45 online. We will communicate the link to connect in a subsequent email. Please contact Dr Julien Nembrini (julien.nembrini@unifr.ch), with copy to Prof. Denis Lalanne (denis.lalanne@unifr.ch), if you wish to attend.