Tampere Unit for Computer-Human Interaction

  

Grigori Evreinov ‘s Home Page

 

 

I’m an Adj. Professor /a Docent (Senior Researcher) in

the Faculty of Information Technology and Communication Sciences (ITC) at the Tampere University

 

formerly Faculty of Communication Sciences,

previously School of Information Sciences

originally known as the Department of Computer Sciences at the University of Tampere.

 

I can be found in office: Kanslerinrinne 1, Pinni B 2048
and emailed as mailto:Grigori.Evreinov@tuni.fi 

 

contact information

 

Dr. Grigori Evreinov

Faculty of Information Technology and Communication Sciences (ITC)

Pinni B 2048

Kanslerinrinne 1

FIN-33014 Tampere University

Finland

Voice +358 503185841

Fax    +358 331224526

http://www.sis.uta.fi/~csgrev             

Email: mailto:Grigori.Evreinov@tuni.fi

 

Please, don’t send emails without subject, with using special fonts, Cyrillic or “Re:” !!

It will be removed automatically. Thank you.

 

work

 

Once, a little mouse was infected by camera…

With time, camera had significantly been improved…

Once, camera will state: The time has come to kill mouse.

// Six Technologies That May or May Not Kill The Mouse in Five Years

 

 

research (projects, publications etc.)

 

the topics for student projects

for M.Sc…Ph.D. in Interactive Technology (Computer Science, Engineering and Software development) could be linked with different phenomena (physical, chemical and physiological) which are possible to exploit in HCI (augmented visualization, intelligent gaze control & new gestalt principles, perceptual skill transfer, magnetic forces & phenomena, stick-slip, selective stimulation of human receptors etc affecting on human-data/technology interaction. Pls. contact me to discuss the topic in more detail or just a new idea you’d like to explore)

 

teaching

Alternative Access: Feelings & Games Spring 2005 (Final Report)

seminars and guidance for student work

New Interaction Techniques Fall 2003 (Lectures & projects were completed)

the course of lectures & seminars, practice

and guidance for student work (software writing)

New Interaction Techniques Spring 2003 (Final Report)

Alternative communication & access to information (seminars were completed)

 

links

 

2020 Int. Conf. on Computers Helping People with Special Needs

http://www.icchp.org   

 

useful web sources

Plagiarism search http://www.docoloc.com/

Alternative Interaction & Communication

Tactile, Haptic Input & Imaging

Hearing, Sound & Sonification  

Assistive Technologies & Augmented Communications

Image Processing

Games

in progress

Human-Computer Interaction (cross-link)

Human mind changes the world (cross-link)

Funds

Drivers & Utils

non-traditional solutions & patents

Net-Sampling

 

Tampere University

Faculty of Information Technology and Communication Sciences (ITC)

 

disclaimers

 

“English is not accessible even to Englishmen.”

Shaw, B. Pygmalion. New York: Brentano, 1916

 

Half of teachers make simple apostrophe mistake - Daily Mail, 27.11.2006

Test yourself - would you get it right?

 

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January 2119