The HCI Lab is currently seeking a post-doc in Supporting Community Engagement
in the Maker Movement. This is an exciting two-year position in collaboration with The Ville Cooperative. Please see the announcement for more information and/or contact Scott Bateman ASAP. Applications will be accepted until June 22nd, 2018.
We are a group of faculty, graduate and undergraduate students conducting research in the broad area of human-computer interaction (HCI). We are based in the Faculty of Computer Science at the University of New Brunswick, Fredericton, Canada.
We perform research in novel interactions, visualization and game technologies for therapy (e.g., rehab, training), collaborative technologies for work and play, and in creating interfaces that help people find and share information. Learn more by seeing our projects.
We have completed a wide-range of collaborations with industrial partners in areas related to web-based interactions, augmented reality, visual analytics, gamification, and mobile interfaces. We target partnerships with regional, national and international corporations that are looking for proof-of-concept or early demonstrations of technology. Typically our research contracts are funded (up to 100%) through funding agencies (NSERC, NBIF, MITACS, NRC, ACOA). Please contact us if you would like to learn more about collaboration possibilities.
MCS Student - Game-based Myoelectric Training
Assistant Professor, Electrical Engineering, Institute of Biomedical Engineering
Associate Professor, Computer Science
Associate Professor, University of Calgary
Professor, University of Saskatchewan
Senior Developer at Forestry.io
Developer at Cdn. Inst. for Cybersecurity
MCS Student at UNB
BCS Student at UNB
Software Engineer at LiveOps
BSc Student - UPEI
If you are interested in working with us, we are always looking for students and collaborators who are excited and passionate about developing new ideas and technology. We currently are looking for graduate students at both the Master's and PhD level. Please contact Scott Bateman using the details below if you are interested or would like more information.
phone: +1 (506) 447-3336
Faculty of Computer Science
550 Windsor Street