Her thesis work significantly contributes to understanding modern typing behavior and proposes new mathematical and computational methods for designing novel text input methods. The work formulates a theoretical basis for using exact optimization methods to optimize the problem of assigning symbols to input actions for text input. Therefore, she conducted extensive empirical studies of human…

** Application deadline June 30, 2018. Applications will be reviewed until position is filled ** The User Interfaces group at Aalto University is looking for a postdoctoral scholar for exciting research topics at the intersection of computational sciences and human-computer interaction. The group is funded by a European Research Council (ERC) grant and consists of…

The grande finale of Research Project in Human-Computer Interaction (ELEC-E7861) took place yesterday, when five students presented their results to faculty and involved companies. Foveated graphics for cloud gaming (Thomas van Gemert) Modeling thermostat use as a POMDP (Ville Ojaniemi) Learnability issues in a video conferencing tool (Viet Ba Mai) Recognizing native language from keystroke…

Yi-Chi Liao was born in Kaohsiung City, Taiwan. He received his Bachelor of Business Administration (B.B.A.) and Master of Business Administration (M.B.A.) degree from National Taiwan University in Information Management Department. During the master years, Yi-Chi explored some novel haptic and touch interaction with Professor Bing-Yu Chen and Professor Liwei Chan. In the PhD studies,…