The Engineering Human-Computer Interaction (EHCI) research group is one of the 24 research teams of the Grenoble Informatics Laboratory (LIG). EHCI is primarily concerned with the software aspects of Human-Computer Interaction. Our mission is to define new concepts, models and software tools for designing, implementing, and evaluating interaction techniques that are effective, usable, and enjoyable. This group has extensive experience in software architecture for interactive systems, multimodal and mixed reality interaction, context-aware distributed and migratory user interfaces.
- Engineering for human-computer interaction: model, method, software architecture
- Innovative interaction technique
- Multimodal and collaborative interaction
- Interaction for small handheld devices and mobility
- Plastic context-aware user interfaces
- Mixed reality interaction
- Exploration of large information spaces (e.g., temporal data, large tables, maps, web)
- Collaborative multimodal command posts (e.g., unmanned aerial vehicles, security aid)
- Smart spaces and objects (e.g., smart home and office, citizen space, museum, ballet, augmented objects)
- Games, serious games
Members of the EHCI team teach at the Grenoble Universities: UJF-Grenoble 1, UPMF-Grenoble 2 and Grenoble INP. In particular, we are responsible for the academic program of the option Ubiquitous and Interactive Systems within the Master of Science in Informatics at Grenoble (MoSIG).
News and Press releases:
- Watch the invited conferences and the demos presented at IHM'09 online!
- The group was largely involved in the organization of the 21th French-speaking conference on Human-Computer Interaction (IHM'09) held in Grenoble, France, in october 2009.
- Broadcasted in 2007 on Télé Grenoble, a TV show on our research group.
- Broadcasted on the 1rst April 2002 on Radio France Bleu Isère, an interview of Laurence Nigay, member of our group.
- Published on the 20th of December 2002 in 01informatique, an article that describes the Magic Table developed by François Bérard, , member of our group.
- Broadcasted on the 13th of November 2001 on France3 Régionale, a TV show on our research group.