HCI student

School of Digital Technologies was formed in 2015 by merging the former Institute of Informatics, Institute of Information Sciences and Department of Mathematics (of former School of Mathematics and Natural Sciences). The school focuses on development of five academic areas: Applied Informatics, Human-Computer Interaction, Information Sciences, Mathematics and Didactics of Mathematics, Technology Enhanced Learning. The school has one research centre – Centre for Educational Technology – and four laboratories: Game Lab, Interaction Design Lab, Software Lab and Technology Lab.

The school participates actively in international cooperation, organises regularly international conferences, summer and winter schools, and offers international study programmes individually (Human-Computer Interaction, Digital Learning Games and Open Society Technologies master programmes and Information Society Technologies doctoral programme) or jointly with partners (Interaction Design master programme with Cyprus University of Technology and Digital Library Learning master programme with University of Parma). About half of the students on these programmes are from a wide range of countries from different continents.

We warmly welcome students, staff and partners from all different backgrounds to include Your interpretations to our digital ideas!