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Professor of Software Technology and Human-Computer Interaction
Leader of the HCI Group
 
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Nikolaos Tselios

 

    Researcher
Human Computer Interaction, information foraging theory, cognitive load theory, technology acceptance models, user interface design and evaluation of educational software, usability evaluation methodologies distance-learning systems, user/student modeling and intelligent user interfaces.
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Christos A. Fidas

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e-mail: fidas AT upatras.gr

Received diploma and PhD from the Electrical & Computer Engineering Department, University of Patras, Greece. Currently he is an Assistant Professor in the Department of Cultural Heritage Management and New Technologies, University of Patras. His research interests are related to human computer interaction, information systems and cultural heritage. 

 
Nikoleta Yiannoutsou
post-doctoral researcher

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

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KATSANOS Christos

 

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His main research interests include Human-Computer Interaction, information retrieval in the web, methodologies and tools for evaluating web usability, web accessibility, user modelling, educational technologies.He is a member of the HCI research group since December 2004 and member of the Technical Chamber of Greece (TEE) from 2004.
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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.

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

 
VOYIATZAKI Eleni

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Phd Candidate

Human Computer Interaction with emphasis on Computer Supported Collaborative Learning (CSCL). Special interest on research for the support of  CSCL activities by a supervisor/teacher. She is a computer engineer since 1988 and she has teaching experience  since 1998.

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PAPACHRISTOS Eleftherios

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Human Computer Interaction, User Experience, Interface Design and Evaluation methodologies, Interface Aesthetics, Preference Mapping, Remote evaluation techniques. 

 
PASCHALIS Giorgos

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Phd Candidate

Department of Electrical and Computer Engineering, University of Patras, Greece Member of  Human-Computer Interaction Group since September 2008.

Research interests

Computer-supported collaborative learning (CSCL).

Special interest on Adaptive Learning Management Systems (ALMS), CSCL scripts and collaboration scenarios

 

 
IOANNIDIS Ioannis

Phd Candidate

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MASOURA Melpomeni

 

Phd Candidate
Tangible interaction technologies

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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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