I am a human-centered computing researcher, with strong interdisciplinary expertise in human-computer interaction (HCI), usable privacy & security, privacy-enhancing technologies, health informatics, ubiquitous computing, and applied machine learning/artificial intelligence (ML/AI). I investigate both social and technical research topics to ensure the use of people’s personal information/data is appropriate, fair, and meaningful, particularly by emerging computing and information technologies.
Specifically, I examine how emerging computing and information technologies impact people’s personal information (e.g., the Internet of Things, wearable health trackers), from which I identify underlying socio-technical challenges related to people’s personal information (e.g., data privacy transparency, personal privacy management, ethics around ML/AI-enabled systems). Built on my research findings, I also design and develop proof-of-concept systems to address these challenges (e.g., IoTA Assistant app, IoT Portal, Opt-Out Easy). The ultimate goal of my research is to improve people’s personal wellbeing and to achieve greater social good through computing and information technologies.
Find my publications on Google Scholar.
Here is a copy of my recent Research Statement.