I am a PhD student at the University of Chicago studying Computer Science. I work with Prof. Pedro Lopes in the Human Computer Integration Lab and am broadly interested in Human-Computer Interaction (HCI), with focus on creating novel interaction through haptics for new user experiences. I like to operate at the intersection of HCI and materials science to unlock new interaction possibilities.
Previously, I worked with Prof. Jeong-Hoi Koo at Miami University, where I was a Research Fellow for NASA and the Ohio Space Grant Consortium. I have worked as a visiting student researcher at Korea Advanced Institute of Science and Technology (KAIST) in the Smart Systems and Structures Lab.
PhD in Computer Science, (in progress)
University of Chicago
MS in Mechanical Engineering, 2019
BS in Mechanical Engineering, 2018
(10.2019) I’m an SV at UIST! Let’s talk new interfaces!
(09.2019) I gave a brief talk on “Creating new interactive devices with smart materials” at our joint lab meeting with Sihong Wang’s group.
(09.2019) I’ve begun my PhD at UChicago! And migrated to a new website design.
(07.2019) I attended Mirela Alistar’s Biochip Summer Workshop at CU Boulder.
(05.2019) I defended my MS thesis at Miami University and graduated!
(03.2019) Talk presented at the OSGC Student Research Symposium.
(03.2019) My first journal paper on our ER fluid-based haptic actuator is now live!