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The Human Systems Integration Laboratory (HSIL) is housed in 352 Fluor Daniel Engineering Innovation Building at Clemson University. The mission of HSIL is to improve the design of human-computer systems. Our goal is to enable people to use these systems to carry out their activities productively. The laboratory applies user-centered design methodologies to develop and refine human-computer systems for a variety of applications within the production and service sectors, including information and knowledge management, collaborative design, quality and process improvement, and education and training. The HSIL involves both undergraduate and graduate students in its research and development activities.

Funded by various federal and private sources, we apply user-centered design methodologies to develop and refine human-computer systems for a variety of applications within the production and service sectors, including information and knowledge management, collaborative engineering design, quality and process improvement, and education and training. Deliverables from the research are used to provide client-specific solutions and are also integrated into the classroom to enhance the student experience.

If you have any questions or comments, please contact us.

Kapil Chalil Madathil, PhD
116 Lowry Hall
Clemson University  Clemson SC 29634
kmadath@clemson.edu | (864) 656-0856

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