I’m a 3rd year Ph.D. student working with Prof. Xing-Dong Yang in the Human-Computer Interaction Lab at Dartmouth College, Hanover, NH. My research interest lies in developing novel interaction techniques which can fill the gaps between computing resources and users. Specifically, my work focuses on new sensing and output techniques for wearable devices.
Ph.D. Candidate in Computer Science
B.E. in Electronic Engineering, 2010
Beijing University of Posts and Telecommunications
Sep.20, 2017: Had a wonderful summer working with so many brilliant students! Submitted two papers to CHI’18.
Aug.17, 2017: Two papers accepted for publication at UIST’17!
May.6, 2017: Headed to Denver to present Cito!
Apr.4, 2017: Survived after UIST deadline. Submitted two papers to UIST 2017!
A robot car can transmit the real-time video and environmental information data through Wi-Fi signal
I am a teaching assistant for the following courses at Dartmouth College: