Currently, I'm looking for job opportunities as a research scientist, or UX researcher (interaction design).
I finished my PhD in Cheriton School of Computer Science, University of Waterloo, supervised by Prof. Daniel Vogel in Human-Computer Interaction lab.
My research focuses on the input technology of mobile devices, especially physical interactions for phones. My main research objective is: “investigate the performance and user preference of new forms of single-handed physical phone interactions that utilize finger dexterity, and explore the possible applications.” I propose different phone interactions and investigate users’ ability and preference to perform those input methods.
Other than my main research focus, my interests are diverse, including pure human factor, AR/VR, cooperative tools, and media arts.
Before my PhD, I received a Master’s degree from the Graduate Institute of Networking and Multimedia, National Taiwan University, where I completed my master thesis of driver assistance system in the imLab and was advised by Prof. Yi-Ping, Hung.
I was a software engineer in the Garmin Corporation (Taiwan) for Research and Development for three years. I worked in embedded fitness team and developed High-Level software for runner watch (FR30, FR35, FR735XT, FR935), cycling computer (Edge Explore 1000) and Varia Vision.
Please see my projects and résumé for more information.