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This focus of UCT Research targets the state of physical, mental and social well-being of people. The use of technology is intended to prevent, maintain, improve and restore health and well-being. Solutions are designed, implemented and evaluated in order to bring them in line with the possibilities and objectives and the respective external living conditions of the users.

Research and development takes place in the following subject areas:

  • Healthy (Living)Environments
  • Human Factors & Ergonomics
  • Behaviour Change supported by Technology
  • Psycho-Physiological Diagnostics
  • Complex adaptive Systems
  • Decision making under Uncertainty
  • Therapy Adherence and Empowerment supported by Technology
  • Patient and public Involvement in the design of health technologies

Contact Person Research Centre for User Centred Technologies

Dr. Katrin Paldán
Senior Researcher

+43 5572 792 7306


More information on the User-centred technologies research centre:

The Research Centre User-centred Technologies at the FH Vorarlberg