Human Computer Confluence Research in Action

Human-computer confluence is an ambitious research program studying how the emerging symbiotic relation between humans and computing devices can enable radically new forms of sensing, perception, interaction, and understanding. This is a multidisciplinary research field, covering fields as diverse as cognitive sciences, fundamental computer science, and electronics. The HC2 project coordinated the promotion of identity building and defining future research and educational programs. HC2’s goals were reached by collecting updated information and by consolidating research agendas using a work methodology based on the active participation of the community and the creation of events (2 summer schools, 2 workshops, an encounter for the establishment of an ERA NET, an industry day).

Project details

Commission européenne
Program type
programme Coordinating Communities
Oct. 1, 2010
Sept. 30, 2013


Project lead organization
université catholique du Sacré Coeur de Milan (UCSC)
université Johannes Kepler de Linz
teams (Ircam)
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