Contact Info
JCL 295

Advisor: Pedro Lopes

I am a PhD candidate and an Eckhardt Scholar working at Human Computer Integration Lab advised by Pedro Lopes. Previously, I received my B.S. in Electrical Engineering and M.S. in Computer Science from National Taiwan University in Taiwan.

My research vision is, beyond visual and auditory channels that dominant our information access, haptic interfaces (which offer the sense of touch, textures, forces, etc.) can become extremely mobile and available anytime. To advance haptics into this new territory, I engineer custom-made interactive devices that, for instance: allow us to feel touch in Augmented/Mixed Reality (AR/MR/XR) without encumbering our fingerpads, or offer rich force feedback with virtually infinite battery life. My works have been published at top Human-Computer Interaction (HCI) conferences including ACM CHI & UIST, and demonstrated at SIGGRAPH and IEEE World Haptics.


Human Computer Interaction

Exploring the interfaces between people and technologies

News & Events

UChicago CS News

Computer Science Class Shows Students How To Successfully Create Circuit Boards Without Engineering Experience

May 17, 2023
Two students looking at a wearable device
UChicago CS News

High School Students Find Their Place in Computing Through Wearables Workshop

Jan 13, 2023
UChicago CS News

Wearable Device That Changes Perception of Softness Wins Best Paper at UIST 2021

Nov 30, 2021
UChicago CS News

New Wearable Device Controls Individual Fingers for Sign Language, Music Applications

Oct 11, 2021
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