TAUCHI carries out multidisciplinary research into human–technology interaction and its development harmonizing the potential of technology with human abilities, needs, and limitations.
To accomplish this, TAUCHI
- conducts internationally recognized empirical and constructive research on interaction through, for example, studies on human senses and expressivity including gaze, haptics, speech and its multimodal use, emotions, and cognition;
- publishes the results of the research through significant scientific journals and conferences, develops useful services and applications, and promotes its results via popular forums; and
- collaborates with the School of Information Sciences to offer comprehensive M.Sc. and doctoral education.
Read also the TAUCHI strategy.