Our group researches the design of innovative systems that improve or open new opportunities for human-computer interaction. We have made significant contributions in several areas, including creativity support tools, notification management, and multiple display environments. Results of our work have appeared in both the local and national media. We collaborate with faculty and students from Computer Science as well as from Human Factors, Psychology, Information Science, Education, and NCSA. Our research has been supported by the National Science Foundation, Microsoft, Google, Ricoh, Intel, and Palm. For additional information or questions, please contact Brian Bailey (bpbailey [at]

Group Meetings

Our research group meets weekly during the academic semesters and summer. Please see the home page for the meeting time.

Lab location

Our lab is in 3238 Siebel Center. See the Lab Calendar if you wish to schedule user studies or other events.