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IIHM - Engineering Human-Computer Interaction

Joint research team between CNRS, Grenoble INP, UGA
Area  Interactive and Cognitive Systems

The IIHM research group is primarily concerned with interactive systems that match users’ needs and capabilities. Its scientific project is to elaborate new concepts, models, and software tools for designing, implementing, and evaluating interaction techniques and interactive systems that are easy to learn and provide for efficient use in various situations (usability dimensions) as well as to enhance users’ experience (aesthetic and affective dimensions). IIHM adopts a research approach that fruitfully combines conceptual (or analytical) and empirical studies. IIHM is pivotal in establishing conceptual problem spaces and taxonomies for a particular problem. IIHM also adopts an empirical research approach by conducting both controlled laboratory experiments and in-field evaluations to study interaction.

Structured into five research themes, our scientific project both expands graphical user interfaces and focuses on new interaction possibilities for ambient intelligence:

  • Novel Interaction Techniques for GUI
  • Multimodal Interaction
  • User Interface Plasticity
  • Mixed Reality Interaction
  • Mobile Interaction


Interaction Technique    User Interface    Interactive System    Engineering Human-Computer Interaction    Multimodality    Plasticity    Mixed Reality    Mobile Interaction    Persuasive Interaction    3D Interaction    eformable User Interface


Leader   Laurence NIGAY
Phone 04 57 42 15 36
Building IMAG

Submitted on March 4, 2024

Updated on March 4, 2024