This study track aims at providing a full coverage of human-computer interaction and computer graphics systems. It prepares students for the design of advanced interactive visual computing systems by training them with computer science and applied mathematics skills which are necessary for modeling such systems. This track naturally leads to the following application fields: computer-aided design, video games, special effects, mobile application development, simulation, interaction design, virtual reality, visualization as well as academic research in interaction or computer graphics. Moreover, students can pursue a research-oriented master track in human-computer interaction or computer graphics through specialized Master 2 programs (Master HCI and MVA at University Paris-Saclay or IMA at UPMC).
This course presents methods and techniques for designing efficient, user-friendly user interfaces. The course focuses on both software engineering aspects (software design, advanced programming, toolkits...) and on human factors (user-centered design, evaluation, ergonomics ...). It also includes an introduction to new interactive techniques (gestural interaction, augmented reality, tangible interfaces, wearable computing ...).
The IGR education track includes a large number of programs in the third year that can be selected by the students.
a) Students may apply to one of the following Masters of Science (M2) offered by the Paris-Saclay campus (UPSA) or other universities in Paris
b) One option is located on the school premises