I am a third year Ph.D. student from XDiscovery Lab at Dartmouth College. My advisor is Xing-Dong Yang. My research lies at the intersection of interactive smart “things” and prototyping tools. My vision is to empower citizens to create smart things using inclusive and accessible technology. I have a strong record of 13/15 papers published at top HCI venues (CHI, and UIST). This includes a Best paper award at UIST 19 and an Honorable Mention award at CHI 2020. Further, my research has also attracted numerous public interests via Internet News (e.g. Engadget, Times).
Contact-Based Object Recognition on Interactive Fabrics using Capacitive Sensing
An Interactive 3D Printed Circuit Education Tool for People with Visual Impairments.
Designing and Investigating AR Shooting Interfaces on Mobile Devices
Automatic and Personalized Ergonomics using Self-actuating Furniture.
Enhancing Captioning Experiences for Deaf and Hard-of-Hearing People in Group Conversations
Sensing and Visualizing Electric Current Flows of Breadboarded Circuits.
Automatic Sensing of Physical Circuits and Generation of Virtual Circuits to Support Software Tools.
Wearable Research Intern, 2020
- 2020 Oct 22
Capacitivo Talk at UIST 2020
- 2020 Sept 21
Two papers are submitted to CHI 2021
- 2020 June 20
One paper is conditionally accepted to UIST 2020
- 2020 May 7
Two papers submitted to UIST 2020
- 2019 Dec 20
Thanks to the collaborators Zheer, Ping-Sung, Jun and Josh
- 2019 Dec 20
Five papers conditionally accepted to CHI 2020.
- 2019 Oct 21
Proxino Talk at UIST 2019
- 2019 Sept 20
Five papers submitted to CHI 2020
- 2019 June 21
Two papers conditionally accepted to UIST 2019
- 2017 June 30
Received Master degree from National Taiwan University