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UCLIC is a world leading Centre of Excellence in Human-Computer Interaction teaching and research, studying interactions between people and technology, drawing on the best scientific traditions in Computer Science and Human Sciences, and working collaboratively with the research community and industry. In the 2014 Research Excellence Framework, the following REF score was awarded to the department: 83% rated 4 ('world-leading') or 3 ('internationally excellent'). Find out more about the research and publications at UCLIC, available courses, and meet the people.


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UCLIC Research Seminar 19th September: Antonio Cerone (Nazarbayev University) on "A Cognitive Architecture to Support Verification and Validation of Formal System Models and Validation of Research Hypotheses on Cognition"

Abstract: Formal Methods are successfully used in the verification of interactive systems, especially for safety-critical properties. However, formal approaches are normally applied in an ad hoc manner to restricted application domains or even just to specific case studies. Although a large numbers…

UCLIC quoted in BBC article

Anna Cox is quoted by the BBC in their article on checking work emails outside work. With more of us checking emails outside working hours, Anna stresses the need to switch-off from work and how not doing so can affect productivity and physical and mental health problems. View the full article…

UCLIC research on errors cited in Psychology Today

Work by Maartje Ament, Anna Cox, Ann Blandford and Duncan Brumby on common errors made with technology is cited in an article by Psychology Today. The article lists the top 5 memory mistakes—and strategies people can use to overcome them. View the full article here: How to Avoid Your Five…