"We need to reverse the machine-centered point of view and turn it into a person-centered view: Technology should serve us."
(D.A. Norman, 1993)
Applied Computer Science and Information Technology, Virtual and Augmented Reality and Three-Dimensional User Interfaces (3DUI), Interactive Visualisation of complex information, Design Thinking and Information Science, VR/AR in Psycho- and Physiotherapy, AR in urban planning and architecture, Psychological Aspects of Mixed Reality, Embodied Interaction Theory, "Serious Gaming", Computer-supported (3D) Learning Environments, Telepresence, Three-dimensional Teleconferencing, Ubiquitous, Tangible, Perceptual Interfaces, Usability Evaluation, Multi-Media Interface Design
Masters and PhD students are welcome (international PhD student pay NZ national fees only!) Feel free to send your expression of interest together with your CV via snail or e-mail (see contact).