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"Ülikoolide arengufondid" projekt TF1716
TF1716 (TLÜ uuringufondi nõukogu otsus 15.04.2016 ) "Consolidation of HCI@TLU group (1.05.2016−31.12.2018)", David Ribeiro Lamas, Tallinna Ülikool, Digitehnoloogiate instituut.
TLÜ uuringufondi nõukogu otsus 15.04.2016
TF1716
Consolidation of HCI@TLU group
Inimese ja arvuti interaktsiooni akadeemilise suuna uurimisgrupi konsolideerimine Tallinna Ülikoolis
Consolidation of HCI@TLU group
1.05.2016
31.12.2018
Teadus- ja arendusprojekt
Ülikoolide arengufondid
ETIS klassifikaatorAlamvaldkondCERCS klassifikaatorFrascati Manual’i klassifikaatorProtsent
4. Loodusteadused ja tehnika4.6. ArvutiteadusedP175 Informaatika, süsteemiteooria1.1. Matemaatika ja arvutiteadus (matemaatika ja teised sellega seotud teadused: arvutiteadus ja sellega seotud teadused (ainult tarkvaraarendus, riistvara arendus kuulub tehnikavaldkonda)100,0
AsutusRollPeriood
Tallinna Ülikool, Digitehnoloogiate instituutkoordinaator01.05.2016−31.12.2018
AsutusRiikTüüp
Tallinna ÜlikoolEesti Vabariikülikool
PerioodSumma
01.05.2016−31.12.20168 000,00 EUR
01.01.2017−31.12.201712 000,00 EUR
01.01.2018−31.12.20186 000,00 EUR
26 000,00 EUR

Building on this strong new infrastructure support, HCI@TLU group can now enter its consolidation phase. As HITSA funding supported infrastructure, an additional salary fund would allow additional support of the current members of the group, and allow hiring lab managers, toping up PhD student basic stipends or hiring short-term programmers. This is a crucial high-impact investment into human resources since several opportunities of local (such as Smart Specialization grant), regional and EU funding can be addressed successfully only if some pilot studies or prototypes are in place and fully functional. TLU-DT’s 2015 - 2020 development plan for the HCI research field sets the goals to 1) achieve a leading role in the field of HCI in Estonia, notably in Interaction Design and physiology-based interaction (including brain signals) and 2) to make HCI curricula as an ICT-related higher education success story within the region of Eastern Europe. HCI@TLU group activities also directly address several focus areas, objectives and sub-objectives (SOB)of 2015-2020 development plant of TLU. Specifically, it links to: 1) EDUCATIONAL INNOVATION (SOB111b - means and methods considering individual differences); 2) DIGITAL AND MEDIA CULTURE (SOB122c - study aids for research and creation of digital media and communication culture; SOB123 - digital environments and methodologies of their application for supporting self-directed learning; SOB124 - learning resources); 3) HEALTHY AND SUSTAINABLE LIFESTYLE (SOB141b&c - promoting healthy lifestyle and wellbeing). Ambition of potential applications and pilots includes: - use of physiological computing and other user experience real-time monitoring methods to create systems a) adapting to user individual differences; b) adapting learning environments to use's perceptual, cognitive, and emotional states; c) serving for monitoring and improvement of health and well-being, including rehabilitation and E-health applications.
Building on this strong new infrastructure support, HCI@TLU group can now enter its consolidation phase. As HITSA funding supported infrastructure, an additional salary fund would allow additional support of the current members of the group, and allow hiring lab managers, toping up PhD student basic stipends or hiring short-term programmers. This is a crucial high-impact investment into human resources since several opportunities of local (such as Smart Specialization grant), regional and EU funding can be addressed successfully only if some pilot studies or prototypes are in place and fully functional. TLU-DT’s 2015 - 2020 development plan for the HCI research field sets the goals to 1) achieve a leading role in the field of HCI in Estonia, notably in Interaction Design and physiology-based interaction (including brain signals) and 2) to make HCI curricula as an ICT-related higher education success story within the region of Eastern Europe. HCI@TLU group activities also directly address several focus areas, objectives and sub-objectives (SOB)of 2015-2020 development plant of TLU. Specifically, it links to: 1) EDUCATIONAL INNOVATION (SOB111b - means and methods considering individual differences); 2) DIGITAL AND MEDIA CULTURE (SOB122c - study aids for research and creation of digital media and communication culture; SOB123 - digital environments and methodologies of their application for supporting self-directed learning; SOB124 - learning resources); 3) HEALTHY AND SUSTAINABLE LIFESTYLE (SOB141b&c - promoting healthy lifestyle and wellbeing). Ambition of potential applications and pilots includes: - use of physiological computing and other user experience real-time monitoring methods to create systems a) adapting to user individual differences; b) adapting learning environments to use's perceptual, cognitive, and emotional states; c) serving for monitoring and improvement of health and well-being, including rehabilitation and E-health applications.
KirjeldusProtsent
Alusuuring30,0
Katse- ja arendustöö40,0
Rakendusuuring30,0