Exploring the connection between humans and technology
Research of the Human-Technology Interaction (HTI) group at Eindhoven University of Technology (TU/e) focuses on social and cognitive psychology and persuasion, analyzing how humans interact with technology in ways that work best for them and for society at at large.
Behavioral sciences can deliver value to a society suffused with technology, based on solid theory and a methodological approach. By studying technology and how it relates to humans and human well-being, the group develops and contributes to new scientific niches at the crossroads between humans and technology, whilst contributing to its core disciplinary domains. In this way, HTI and TU/e help new technologies deliver the greatest possible benefits without losing sight of the human factor.
Some of our research projects
Research on LED lighting platform and visual perception study
Improving the Reliability and Efficiency of Psychological Science
The goal is to examine which design decisions will generate reliable empirical knowledge most efficiently
Multimedia Authoring and Management using your Eyes and Mind (MAMEM)
MAMEM's goal is to integrate people back into society by increasing their potential for communication and exchange in leisure and...
Knowledgable SErvice Robots for Aging (KSERA)
The KSERA project delivered two prototypes integrating smart home technology with social robots, ubiquitous monitoring system, disease...
Retaining and restoring a healthy biological clock within our 24-hour society
Meet some of our researchers
Yvonne de Kort
Our most recent peer reviewed publications
Adaptivity in Research Practice with People Living with Dementia: A Designer's Reflection6th Dementia Lab Conference, D-Lab 2022, September 20–22, 2022, Leuven, Belgium (2023)
Personal comfort systems and cognitive performanceEnergy and Buildings (2023)
Early prediction of writing quality using keystroke loggingInternational Journal of Artificial Intelligence in Education (2022)
Sustainable family developmentSustainable Production and Consumption (2022)
Leaving academia: PhD attrition and unhealthy research environmentsPLoS ONE (2022)