COST294-MAUSE - Towards the MAturation of Information Technology USability Evaluation

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2005-01-01 to 2008-12-31

COST294-MAUSE is a usability research community that is run under the auspices of COST. MAUSE stands for Towards the MAturation of IT USability Evaluation ? the overarching theme of the community. The ultimate goal of COST294-MAUSE is to bring more science to bear on Usability Evaluation Methods (UEMs) development, evaluation, and comparison, aiming for results that can be transferred to industry and educators, thus leading to increased competitiveness of European industry and benefit to the public.

Application domains: Education & Training

Scientific areas: HCI

They work on this project

  • Philippe Palanque

    Head of ICS Team
    Professor of Computer Science

  • Marco Winckler

    Associated Professor

  • Regina Bernhaupt

    Associated Professor