Professor Vanderheiden's interests cover a wide range of research areas in technology, human disability, and aging. Current research includes development of new interface technologies, models for information transfer across sensory modalities, network-based services, techniques for augmenting human performance, enhancing the usability of the environment, and matching enhanced abilities to environmental demands. He also studies and develops standards for access to Web-based technologies, operating systems and telecommunicaiton systems.
He is Director of the Trace R&D Center. More complete information on Prof. Vanderheiden's work can be found at www.trace.wisc.edu.
This conference is sponsored by the Silicon Flatirons Center, the American Association of People with Disabilities (AAPD), and the Information Technology and Innovation Foundation (ITIF), and the F