Centre for Human-Machine Interaction
The Centre for Human-Machine Interaction (CHMI) was established in 1998 by the Danish National Research Foundation, Risø National Laboratory and the University of Aarhus. CHMI was organized as a cross-disciplinary research network between some twenty scientists and PhD students at seven Danish sites with an engagement in the fundamental aspects of human-machine interaction and their implications for design. The aim of the joint activities was to get an improved theoretical understanding of human behavior in complex, technologically advanced work settings, and, based on these insights, to develop novel principles for the design of user-centered human-machine systems.
For further information contact: Cognitive Systems Engineering Center or Annelise Mark Pejtersen