My name in Chinese is 黄羽, which means yellow feather. I am currently a PhD student in the Department of Computer Science and Engineering, University of Michigan. My advisor is Westley Weimer.
I was a graduate student in Computer Engineering, University of Virginia, working with Laura Barnes. I received a M.S. in Computer Engineering from University of Virginia, under the guidance of Benton Calhoun. I received my B.S. in Aerospace Engineering from Harbin Institute of Technology in China.
In my spare time, I enjoyed painting. I have been training in sketching since I was 7. But in recent years I become more interested in pastel and watercolor. I am also a big fan of Naruto and Sheng Ji (Double Upgrade).
My research interests include software engineering, program analysis and ubiquitous computing. My work spans software, hardware, mobile sensing and human factors, collaborating with researchers from Psychology and Neuro Science. A full list of my research projects can be found in my CV. Here are the research projects I most recently work on: