- I am currently a transitional master student in HCI Lab, School of Computer Science in University of Waterloo. I am in Teachable Robot Lab working with Prof. Edith Law (CS) and Prof. Elizabeth Nilsen (Psychology), where I study how kids perceive teachable humanoid robots and learn from teaching them.
- I graduated from the School of Computer Science in Carnegie Mellon University, where I majored in Educational Technology and Applied Learning Sciences (METALS) at Human-Computer Interaction Institute.
- During my time in CMU, I was advised by Prof. Carolyn Rose from Langauge Technology Institute (LTI), Prof. Vincent Aleven from HCII, and Prof. Joseph Jay Williams from Computer Science department, University of Toronto. I also worked closely with the amazing Ph.D. students and post-docs in CMU HCII and LTI, including Ken Holstein, Xu Wang, Tomoshiro Nagashima and Shiyan Jiang.
- I received my Bachelor’s Degree in Beijing Normal University in English language literature, focusing on language education. I taught or interned in various public schools and private institution, including Beijing 101 High School, Knovva Academy, and Foreign Language Teaching and Research Press.
My research interests lie at the intersection of Human-Computer Interaction, Learning Science and Artificial Intelligence.
My past work focuses on learning science and technology, including AI in education, intelligent tutoring systems (ITS), language technology and educational robots. I am passionate about supporting students to learn more effectively and educators to work more efficiently.
I am also interested in social computing and computer-supported cooperative work (CSCW), including crowdsourcing, teachersourcing and learnersourcing, and a broad range of HCI topics that can make people’s life better.
News and Travel
[Apr.16th - 18th, 2020] I was selected to join the 2020 CRA-WP Grad Cohort for Women in New Orleans, LA.
[Nov.8th, 2019] I attended the CAN-CWIC (Canadian Women in Computing) conference in Toronto.
[Sep.3rd, 2019] I joined the HCI Lab in University of Waterloo, working with Prof. Edith Law.
[Aug 13, 2019 ] I finished capstone and officially graduated Carnegie Mellon University, HCII. View my [transcript].
[March 28,2019] Our paper “Applying Rhetorical Structure Theory to Student Essays for Providing Automated Writing Feedback” was accepted to NAACL-HLT 2019 DISRPT workshop.