A software engineer & HCI ex-researcher
A software engineer /
I am a software engineer currently working at Siemens EDA (ex-Mentor Graphics Corp.). After work, I am still involved in side projects related to CSCW/UIST research.
Previously, I received my master’s degree in computer science from National Taiwan University, where I was advised by Prof. Mike Y. Chen and contributed to a series of UIST-themed projects.
After graduating from NTU, I worked as a research assistant with Prof. Yung-Ju Chang at National Chiao Tung University for a semester, which allowed me to gain a better understanding of the pan-HCI community and resulted in my first successfully published CSCW paper in CHI ‘22.
My research interests included developing novel haptic technologies and creating developer tools for developers. Nonetheless, I have recently begun to investigate new opportunities in CSCW, which is a challenging but exciting topic for me.
|Jun 29, 2022||Finally discharged from the mandatory military service today. Open to work & research internships!|
|Mar 15, 2022||Start fulfilling my mandatory military service for four months.|
- DevToolsHapticSeer: A Multi-Channel, Black-Box, Platform-Agnostic Approach to Detecting Video Game Events for Real-Time Haptic FeedbackIn Proceedings of the 2021 CHI Conference on Human Factors in Computing Systems
- HapticsJetController: High-Speed Ungrounded 3-DoF Force Feedback Controllers Using Air Propulsion JetsIn Proceedings of the 2021 CHI Conference on Human Factors in Computing Systems
- CMCBecause I’m Restricted, 2 – 4 PM Unable to See Messages: Exploring Users’ Perceptions and Likely Practices around Exposing Attention Management Use on IM Online StatusIn Proceedings of the 2022 CHI Conference on Human Factors in Computing Systems