Research Affiliates

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Cyprus Interaction Lab The Cyprus Interaction Lab of the Department of Multimedia and Graphic Arts of the Cyprus University of Technology studies the interaction of people with technology in various fields. The lab aims to understand and enhance users’ experience and interaction with technology. Research in the Cyprus Interaction Lab revolves around two main research themes: 1) Human Computer Interaction and Inclusive Design and 2) Instructional Technology and Social Computing. Research topics include: Human Computer Interaction (HCI); Computer Mediated Communication (CMC); Computer Supported Collaborative Learning (CSCL); Computer Supported Collaborative Work (CSCW); Inclusive Design/Accessibility; Social Aspects of Computing; Computer Games and their social and pedagogical dimensions; Technology-enhanced learning; Technology integration in K-20.
Aalborg University Aalborg University, the Department of Learning and Philosophy hosts the Centre for Design, Learning and Innovation (DLI), which is a research centre focusing on the development and use of digital technologies and interactive environments for children in general, and children with disabilities in particular. DLIs research activities are closely related to the LUDI network.
Center for Playware Playware research is a new interdisciplinary area, which combines robotics and humanistic studies. Our objective is to create a scientific foundation for playware, defined as intelligent hardware and software that aims at producing play and playful experiences.
Tallinn University Tallinn University, in special the Institute of Informatics has a equipped interaction design lab (ID Lab). ID Lab is equipped with tools that allow us to work with disabled people. E.g. eye tracking and biometrics. The Institute of Informatics, also hosts a Center Education Technology.
Tallinn University
University of Helsinki
University of Helsinki
University of Helsinki
University of Oulu, Faculty of education
Deutsches Jugendinstitut (German Youth Institute)) The German Youth Institute (Deutsches Jugendinstitut, DJI) is Germany's largest social science research ins5tituts devoted to the study of children, youth and families. The focus of its research is on the living conditions of children, young people, and families, and on the public services offered to support and promote these groups.
German Youth Institute
National and Kapodistrian University of Athens
National and Kapodistrian University of Athens Faculty of Physical Education and Sport Science