Architectures and Models for Interaction


 The use of interactive systems has undergone remarkable developments in recent years, due to the appearance of new hardware and software platforms, the adoption of digital tools by increasingly large categories of the population (in particular people with disabilities) and the emergence of new environments and contexts of use. Interaction situations that were well boudered and static have become open and dynamic. Today, users need to interact with their digital systems anywhere, anytime, and using all the devices accessible to them. They generally have only a limited knowledge of the internal functioning of their systems, while demanding that they be able to learn and anticipate their constantly changing needs. This is why the AMI group focuses on post-WIMP interaction paradigms and on the exploitation of unconventional human-system interaction modalities.

The AMI group is is composed of researchers specialized in different modes of interaction such as vision, tactile interaction, movement as well as in multimodal interfaces which combine different modalities to achieve a more "natural" interaction. Because of this wide range of skills, the AMI group cooperates widely, both internally with other teams in the laboratory and outside, with industrial and academic partners.

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8 Research Teams
100 Researchers
40 Technicians and Engineers
60 Doctoral Students
70 Trainees


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