We study the intersection of human-computer interaction (HCI), security engineering, and mobile computing.

 

Currently, our research focuses on the science of security, the security and usability of authentication methods, and the psychological factors contributing to users' security decisions. Our interdisciplinary approach combines research and expertise from multiple disciplines (e.g. psychology, statistics, electrical engineering, and computer science) to make novel contributions to the HCI and security engineering fields.

 

recent press and news

SCIENTIFIC AMERICAN: COULD A DOODLE REPLACE YOUR PASSWORD?

awards: janne lindqvist wins nsf career award

upcoming publication: 

Xianyi Gao, Yulong Yang, Can Liu, Christos Mitropoulos, Janne Lindqvist, and Antti Oulasvirta. Forgetting of Passwords: Ecological Theory and Data. In Proceedings of the 27th USENIX Security Symposium, August 15-17 2018, Baltimore, MD, USA.

 

About

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Projects

Read about examples of our recent research on science of security, elastic pathing and free-form gesture passwords.

Publications

Learn about our research and read selected publications in top peer-reviewed venues.