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Prof. Maurizio Caon has introduced the program of the School of Management Fribourg and various HCI related and service design research and projects in his lunch talk on July 16th. The School of Management Fribourg is a public higher education institution that was created in 1991 as the School of Economics and Administration (ESCEA) and is attached to the University of Applied Sciences and Arts of Western Switzerland. Within the program, Dr. Maurizio Caon works specifically in Human-Computer Interaction. He is also a Director of Design and Innovation at the HumanTech Institute.그림1.jpg

 

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