About Me

I'm a Ph.D. Candidate working with Prof. Mark W. Newman in the School of Information (UMSI) at the University of Michigan. I am also the member of (Michigan Interactive & Social Computing) MISC group and Interaction Ecologies Group. My research primarily focuses on human computer interaction (HCI), ubiquitous computing (Ubicomp), and mobile computing. My recent research projects include building design toolkits for facilitating development of context-aware systems; investigating mobile users' information channel selection behavior; investigating mobile users' interruption management and communication availability; leveraging mobile crowdsourcing for collecting annotated contextual data; and building a mobile data collection system for enabling mobile and situated crowdsensing and computational social research.

Prior to my Ph.D. study, I complected my BS degree in Computer Science in the National Chiao Tung University in Taiwan and MS degree in Information Science with double specializations in HCI and Incentive Cenerted Design (ICD) at UMSI.