CS4760 and CS5760 are distinct courses in Human-Computer Interactions (HCI). The undergraduate course CS4760 is a course in user interface (UI) design and implementation. The graduate course CS5760 is a course in UI evaluation and usability testing. All courses emphasize user-center centered design and usability evaluation.

This year students design, implement and evaluate Web applications (apps). Many of the apps from CS4760 and CS5760 are further developed for Mobile Environment Citizen Science at Michigan Tech, a citizen science project funded by National Science Foundation.

App Developers Sites

UX Consultant Sites

  • Grad 1: Joe Rice – Multi-sensor Gaze-tracking
  • Grad 2: Praneeth Varma Rudraraju – HCI for aiding mental disorders
  • Grad 3: Briana Bettin – Psychology of User Choices
  • Grad 4: Rohith Pagadala – Speech recognition using HCI
  • Grad 5: Ankitha Pille – Victim Evacuation from a building under disaster
  • Grad 6: Dave Schreifels – Targeted Search in Visual Displays
  • Grad 7: Aseem Upadhyay – Natural Language Processing
  • Grad 8: Ali Jalooli – VANET safety-related applications
  • Grad 9: Sameena Thabassum – Natural Language: Chat Bots
  • Grad 10: Abhishek Umachigi – HCI in Autonomous Cars
  • Grad 11: Ameya Deshpande –  HCI in Smart Homes
  • Grad 12: Shreekant Marwadi – Emotion Detection based on signal processing
  • Grad 13: Akshaara Coomar – Crowd Locater
  • Grad 14: Ashmit Kolli – Augmented Reality And Ubiquitous Computing using HCI
    Grad 15: Supriya Nitin Bachal – HCI for Data mining in medical registers

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