#humanComputerInteraction #programmingTools #sensemaking #intelligentUserInterfaces
My current research interests include human-computer interaction, programming support tools, sensemaking, end-user programming, intelligent user interfaces.
My current advisors are Dr. Brad A. Myers and Dr. Niki Kittur.
I obtained my two B.S. degrees at University of Michigan, Ann Arbor and Shanghai Jiao Tong University. I worked as an undergraduate researcher with Dr. Walter S. Lasecki in the Crowds + Machines Lab (Croma Lab) during my time in Michigan.
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I presented our full paper Unakite: Scaffolding Developers’ Decision-Making Using the Web at UIST 2019 in New Orleans. It received a Best Paper Honorable Mention Award! Check it out here.
I just updated my Ionic template app called Ionic Audio Player with the latest version of Ionic and Angular. Can't believe it's been two years since I last updated it. It's a great starting point for devs who would like to build an audio player using the Ionic Framework. Please check it out!
Our full paper Unakite: Scaffolding Developers’ Decision-Making Using the Web is accepted to ACM UIST 2019. It also received a Best Paper Honorable Mention Award! Check it out here.
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Our full paper Popup: Reconstructing 3D Video Using Particle Filtering to Aggregate Crowd Responses is accepted to ACM IUI 2019. Check it out here.
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I am deeply honored to receive my B.S. in Electrical and Computer Engineering from Shanghai Jiao Tong University in August 2017.
I am deeply honored to receive my B.S. in Computer Science from University of Michigan, Ann Arbor in April 2017.