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Dept. Of Applied IT, Division of Human computer interaction

Part of Department of Applied Information Technology at IT Faculty

Dept. Of Applied IT, Division of Human computer interaction
SE412 96 Göteborg
Delivery address: Forskningsgången 6, Göteborg
Visiting address: Forskningsgången 6, 417 56 Göteborg

About the unit

Alexandra Weilenmann, Head of Division
E-mail: alexandra.weilenmann@ait.gu.se

The purpose of the division is to contribute to a sustainable and serene way of living with technology. In a world where IT is constantly present, it is important to understand this presence and how it affects us.

The division's research includes a wide range of research objects, perspectives and methods. We carry out various types of design research and analytical studies of empirical conditions. Our research has in the last years attracted funding from The Swedish Research Council, The Kamprad Family Foundation, and VINNOVA, as well as from industry and other organizations.

There are currently no specific courses within Human-Computer Interaction, but we hope to offer this soon.

We are involved in multiple university, national, and international research collaborations and networks. We are also participating in two of the university’s priority research area - learning and language technology.

Through the project Digital Seniors, we are members of the University of Gothenburg’s Center for Ageing and Health – AgeCap. Members of the division regularly participate in popular science contexts through their own texts and are interviewed in the media, and participate in conferences and lectures for the public.


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Rost, Mattias Senior lecturer +46 31 7866235 mattias.rost@ait.gu.se

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