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AVOURIS Nikolaos
`Nikolaos AvourisProfessor of Software Technology and Human-Computer Interaction
Leader of the HCI Group

(Nikos Avouris home page)

Contact: Address: University of Patras - ITLAB HCI Group,Electrical and Computer Engineering DepartmentYpatias Str, 1, Panepistimioupolis,GR-265 04 Rio-Patras GREECE

 

 
SINTORIS Christos
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Human-Computer Interaction, Location-based mobile games, learning technologies focusing on mobile devices, pervasive computing, mobile learning technologies

A comprehensive overview of our team's activities is provided in this 2016 CHI workshop paper.

Google Scholar profile.

sintoris at upatras.gr

For more info on our work on location-based mobile games, check out l-bags.

 
RAPTIS George E.
  Ph.D. candidate,

Human-Computer Interaction, Individual Cognitive Differences, Cultural Heritage 

raptisg at upnet.gr

 
NTOURMAS Anastasios
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Human-Computer Interaction, Learning Analytics, Big data analysis, Massive Open Online Courses (MOOCs), Python programming

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Christos A. Fidas

He received a PhD from the Electrical & Computer Engineering Department, University of Patras, Greece. His research interests are related to information systems and culture, human-computer interaction and usable security.

 

 
Nikoleta Yiannoutsou
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design and evaluation of learning technologies, mobile learning, playful learning

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VOGIANTZI Filio

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Administrative and Secretarial Support

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Former members of the Group

These are the former member of the HCI Group. Here you can find information how to contact them.



 



Computer-supported collaborative learning has been an active area of research since the beginning for the HCI group more>>



Web usability team of the HCI Group has been active in studying human-web interaction and ways to support the design of accessible, findable, usable and aesthetically appealing web sites. more>>


Mobile Technology Unit of the HCI Group has been studying design and evaluation of mobile applicationss more>>

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