I am an interaction designer, and a PhD candidate of Computer Science at University of Maryland. In HCIL(Human-Computer Interaction Lab), I work on building end-user programming tools under the supervision of prof. Ben Bederson. I received my MSc. Design for Interaction from Delft University of Technology, the Netherlands. I also have BSc. Industrial Design and BSc. Computer Science (minor) from KAIST. During my graduate studies, I was fortunate to intern at Microsoft in Seattle and IBM Watson Research Center in Cambridge.
My research focuses on designing, building, and doing experiments on interactive systems that foster creativity, collaboration and life-long learning. The projects I do often involve information visualization, crowdsourcing and physical computing.