Karin Smolders heeft op 3 december met success haar proefschrift getiteld 'Daytime Light Exposure: Effects and Preferences' verdedigd. Een interview met Karin voor 'HoeZo Radio' is hieronder terug te luisteren. (Firefox gebruikers kunnen het fragment hier terugluisteren).
Yvonne de Kort heeft onlangs een subsidie ontvangen om de invloed van licht op menselijk gedrag te onderzoeken. Eén van de projecten vindt plaats op Stratumseind, het uitgaangsgebied in Eindhoven. EditieNL interviewde Yvonne over het werk dat ze zal gaan doen. Bekijk het volledige fragment hier. Een interview met de Nederlandse krant Trouw is ook beschikbaar als download bij het bericht op deze site.
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The prime goal of the Human-Technology Interaction research group is to understand how technology can be adapted to the needs and other psychological conditions of humans, and to facilitate technology's use in the interest of people. Numerous projects have been and are currently running.
In it’s aim to excel in the research in the domain of Human Technology Interaction the HTI research group has acquired numerous research projects. A selection of past and present projects can be found at this site.
At Human-Technology Interaction we have a host of well-maintained research facilities. These include a number of research laboratories (labs) where much of our research is conducted. The facilities reflect the nature of our research very well, they cover a sound proofed multi-sensoric room, a collection of rooms for the research of interactive game-play, a series of cubicles equipped with pc’s for computerized tasks, and a lab for research on mediated communication, to name a few. An overview of the current line-up of research laboratoria can be found at 'labs'.
The Human-Technology Interaction group is an active and multidisciplinary group with a strong focus on the Human as the center of technological development.
Our mission is to perform fundamental research on human-technology interaction, particularly with respect to communication and information and in regard to the promotion of more sustainable performance of individuals. With a solid psychological foundation and located and connected with the technical departments at Eindhoven University of Technology, the HTI group is at the cutting edge of user-system interaction research.
Innovation is one of the fundamental factors affecting the economic performance of firms, regions and countries, and social welfare and the quality of life at large. With the rapid development of modern technology and the many options it has to offer, it becomes more and more important to design technical products, systems, and environments in such a way that they are useful, useable, enjoyable, and accessible to their potential users. It is essential that, besides development of technology itself, knowledge is gained about the way users interact with modern technology. The field of user-system interaction is becoming recognized worldwide as an important research area, also at the TU/e. This interdisciplinary field, in which several TU/e departments are involved in one way or another, is the specific research domain of the Human-Technology Interaction group.
We are part of the school of Innovation Sciences at the department of IE&IS at Eindhoven University of Technology, and are part of the ECIS school of Innovation Sciences. We are responsible for the Master Program Human Technology Interaction and the Minor Human Technology Interaction within the school of Innovation Sciences.
The HTI group at Eindhoven University of Technology has the unique strength of bringing together classical human factor approaches in perception and cognitive psychology with environmental, social and neuropsychology expertise. This combination of expertise areas enables the group to study rapidly emerging topics in human-technology interaction such as those related to the user experience in advanced media environments, for example