- To allow computer systems to enhance human abilities by adapting to human needs
- To develop human centered automation systems
- To develop systems which provide us with better understanding of complex and dynamic environments
- To understand the basic cognitive processes involved in man-machine interfaces
- To encourage interdisciplinary collaborative research through a synergistic combination of advanced technologies, people, and expertise
- The AMMI Lab is also the host of the CISCO Chair in Healthcare
Lab meetings are held each first Friday of the month at 4:00 pm in the AMMI Lab. All students are welcome to attend.
Feel free to contact Dr. Boulanger with any questions you may have.
Advanced Man-Machine Interfaces Lab
3-63 Computing Science Centre
Department of Computing Science
University of Alberta