Thursday, April 20, 2006
Carnegie Mellon has been at the forefront of human computer interaction research since the field’s inception. The early book by CMU professor Allen Newell and CMU alumni Stu Card and Tom Moran coined the field’s name in the early 1980s. We created the first Human-Computer Interaction Institute in 1994.
Help us celebrate 12 years of HCI Institute progress by attending a one-day seminar with distinguished speakers from the HCI community followed by the 50th Anniversary of Computer Science at Carnegie Mellon! You are welcome to join all events, including the Spring Carnival festivities!
Questions regarding anniversary celebration?
Send email to Marian D'Amico.