The Semiotic Engineering Research Group
Founded in 1996
Conversations around Semiotic Engineering
New book on Semiotic Engineering, edited by Simone Barbosa and Karin Breitman, celebrates 20 years of research. With chapters by Terry Winograd, Liam Bannon, Susanne Bødker, Gerhard Fischer, Alan Blackwell, Mihai Nadin, Allen Cypher, Ernest Edmonds, Raquel Prates and Carla Leitão.
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SERG is a multidisciplinary research group working with Semiotics, Human-Computer Interaction (HCI), End User Development (EUD) and Human-Centered Computing (HCC), among other topics. The group is affiliated to the Department of Informatics of the Pontifical Catholic University of Rio de Janeiro (PUC-Rio). It is the birthplace of Semiotic Engineering, a semiotic theory of HCI recently extended to support research in HCC.
The group was founded in 1996 by Clarisse Sieckenius de Souza, who is also the current leader of the group.
SERG Logo designer: Clorisval Pereira Jr.