HCI Research on Campus

Our students work with faculty from various parts of campus, representing all six of Georgia Tech’s Colleges, whose research agenda parallels our educational agenda. Most MS-HCI faculty are associated with more than a dozen GT Centers, labs, and initiatives that involve HCI. Many of our students work on projects affiliated with the Institute for People and Technology (IPaT).

Georgia Tech research centers typically encompass multiple labs. Considerable HCI research is conducted by individual faculty who are not associated with a lab or center. You can get a good sense of this by looking at individual faculty pages in addition to lab and center pages. Listed here are the Georgia Tech centers in which the majority of HCI-related research is located.