VME4CHI – Experiences from an eye-tracking study

VME4CHI seminar logoVME Interaction Design Environment is happy to announce the start of a multi-disciplinary HCI research community at the University of Vaasa. We welcome students, doctoral students, and researchers from all fields working with topics related to HCI to join us for presentations and discussion. The group offers the opportunity to present your own work and discuss current research in the field. There will be hybrid meetings every other month at the VME interaction design environment (TF4105 at Technobothnia) and online (request Zoom link from the organizers).



At this meeting, Pia Karasjärvi will share her experience from running an eye-tracking study related to usability. 

The last VME4CHI for the spring term will be arranged in May. If you wish to present your work at that meeting or at our later gatherings, please contact laura.havinen@uwasa.fi 

The presentation will last appr. 15 minutes. After that, there is room for questions and comments, and for general discussion related to the field.

We wish you a warm welcome!

For questions and for the Zoom link, please contact

Laura Havinen, laura.havinen@uwasa.fi
University teacher, Information Systems

Rebekah Rousi, rebekah.rousi@uwasa.fi
Associate professor, Communication and Digital Economy
Head of VME interaction Design Environment

HCI (human-computer interaction) is a multi-disciplinary field, that is concerned with the design, evaluation, and implementation of interactive computing systems for human use and with the study of major phenomena surrounding them.

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