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Computer Science

This area focuses on research that aims to make a personal, societal and economic difference in relation to Child-Computer Interaction (ChiCI); Human-Computer Interaction (HCI) and Information Systems; and Games and Gaming.

Academics focus on delivering better technologies for children, engaging in general HCI, user experience (UX), augmented reality and virtual reality (AR/VR) and Interaction Design research, Agile systems development, and Security and Forensics.

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Research Centre for Digital Life

We work across the University with colleagues who are focussed on finding answers to the big questions of how to design, create and use digital technologies for the benefit of people.

To find out more please contact Professor Janet Read.