|University of Michigan EECS Department|
Interactive Systems faculty investigate human-computer interaction, multimedia, educational software, computer graphics, and collaborative technologies.
Interactive Systems faculty include:
Eytan Adar (social network analysis, text mining)
Georg Essl (HCI, multimedia, music)
Dave Kieras (HCI)
Elliot Soloway (HCI, educational software)
Greg Wakefield (multimedia, music)
Faculty also affiliated with Interactive Systems include:
Jason Corey (performing arts technology)
Thomas Finholt (information)
Andrew Kirshner (AI)
John Laird (AI, games and cognitive systems)
Mark Newman (ubiquitous computing, end-user programming)
Brian Noble (software, pervasive computing)
Panos Y. Papalambros
Atul Prakash (software, pervasive computing)
Stephen Rush (performing arts technology)
Mary Simoni (performing arts technology)
Interactive Systems projects include:
Interactive Systems is associated with Michigan Interactive and Social Computing (MISC).
For prospective PhD students:
If you are interested in applying to our program, please contact one of the Interactive Systems faculty.