Human-Technology Interaction Project Work

Markku Turunen
Human-Technology Interaction Project Work


After the course the student owns practical skills to design, develop and evaluate interactive applications in pervasive environments. The course covers technologies, methods and tools needed to design, implement and evaluate such systems. The students learns how to work in a multicultural and multidisciplinary team, and has experience of project working practises, project scheduling and reporting (including presentations).



Wed 1-Feb-2017 at 9-12, Pinni B, Simspace

Wed 15-Feb-2017 at 9-12, Pinni B, Simspace

Wed 8-Mar-2017 at 9-12, Pinni B, Simspace

Thu 30-Mar-2017 at 9-12, Pinni B1083

Mon 22-May-2017 at 10-13, Pinni B, Simspace


Curricula Schedule

Course Details

  • University UTA
  • Credits 5-10 ECTS
  • Periods III-IV
  • Grading Pass/fail.
  • Type Lectures

Enrolment ends 18.1.2017 23:59
Markku Turunen
  • +358 40 533 9689
I'm heading the Human-Technology Interaction (HTI) M.Sc. programme and the Pervasive Interaction (SPI) research group at UTA. My research and teaching interests include many aspects of multimodal interfaces, including multimodal and spoken dialogue systems, novel user interfaces for mobile and pervasive computing applications, embodied and spatial interaction (e.g., gestures), user experience evaluation, interactive lighting, ICT4D, and virtual reality.