Faculty and research scientists in the department of Human Centered Design & Engineering run directed research groups, which offer students a wide range of opportunities to do hands-on work, from conducting usability tests for local companies all the way to collecting data on communication issues internationally.
Students interested in participating in directed research must get permission directly from the faculty member leading the group. Undergraduate students enroll in HCDE 496, while graduate students register for HCDE 596. HCDE MS students are required to register for the PCE section of HCDE 596. For details on how to register, please visit the Variable Credit Registration Policy.
Students are encouraged to check this list frequently as Directed Research Groups are added leading up to the beginning of the quarter.
OPEN TO APPLICANTS: NEW OPPORTUNITIES ADDED REGULARLY
- Designing with Large Language Models for Debugging Assistance (Clement, McDonald)
- Landscape analysis of human centered design methods for improved nutrition outcomes (Aung, Munson)
- Augmented Reality in Online Group Interactions (Sinlapanuntakul, Zachry)
- The Production of Astronomical Knowledge in the Legacy Survey of Space and Time (LSST) (Lee, Tanweer, Sutherland)
- Examining the Spread of Election Rumors Online (Starbird, Venkatagiri, Spiro)