Research

We are interested in ubiquitous computing and the research issues involved in building and evaluating ubicomp applications and services that impact our lives. Much of our work is situated in settings of everyday activity, such as the classroom, the office and the home.

Our research focuses on several topics: automated capture and access to live experiences, context-aware computing, applications and services in the home, natural interaction, software architecture, technology policy, security and privacy issues, technology for individuals with special needs and personal informatics.

For more details about our ongoing research initiatives, please visit the research page.



Contact Information

  • Contact Prof. Gregory Abowd or the affiliated faculty with inquiries about the Ubiquitous Computing group.
  • Media inquiries, please contact the College of Computing's communications office.
  • Prospective Graduate and Undergraduate Research Assistants:

    We are always looking for hard-working students interested in becoming part of our group. Please contact us if you are looking for research experience, would like to join the team or collaborate with us.