Human system can mean many different things depending on how its used. It can refer to a computational system that is designed to act like a human in some way, a device that is designed to interact with a human user, or even a system of humans (e.g., a team, organization, or firm).

We do it all in the HSDL.

Our research interests span the entire spectrum of human systems. Some examples of our research include discovering how to effectively manage and organize design teams and multi-team organization, designing computational algorithms that mirror human learning patterns, and developing new methods for rapidly analyzing renewable energy technology. If research like this sounds interesting to you, please take a look at our open positions.