M-ITI: Human Computer-Interaction 

Dual Degree Master Students Present Their Capstone Projects

The MHCI students made their capstone project mid-term presentation on May 20th, 2015. The students were divided in two teams of four, mostly composed by students from the United States.



 
Team Push is composed by three American students and one Portuguese student. Team Push is working for Play (Poland) looking to understand how families with primary school age children interact and communicate in order to design an engaging service that facilitates family relationships.
 

Team WavesFM is composed by four American students. Team WavesFM is working with RootIO (Uganda). Their goal is to research the diversity of the Ugandan diaspora in order to determine how Ugandans abroad can use technology to contribute to their homeland in ways other than personal financial support (remittances).

Agenda of the event: http://www.cmuportugal.org/tiercontent.aspx?id=5931 

May 2015