Media Technology and Interaction Design

We are an inter-disciplinary research group consisting of the two previous research groups Media technology and graphical production, and, Human Computer Interaction.

The group has it´s roots in computer- and behavioral science, graphic technique and media technology, and has today faculty that represents e.g. anthropology and psychology, computer science and media technology, interaction design, film- and literature science, sound and music computing, and media and communication science.

We are about 90 people in the group today and around 50% of us are PhD-students. We conduct education, research and the third mission within our topics. Our area can briefly be described as innovative design, adjustment and improvements of existing systems and processes to facilitate computer and media use and media production. We work with techniques and methods in order to support human communication over distances in time and space. Would you like to collaborate with us? Contact Ann Lantz.

For students, walking beats sitting

Walking classrooms are better for not only for students' physical health, but classroom engagement, a study from KTH Royal Institute of Technology shows.

Walking classrooms

Role confusion in social media can create problems

A new book features research from KTH  on how to avoid role confusion when teachers in higher education mix with their students on a social media platform.  Teachers risk role confusion on social media


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