My research interests are in Human-Computer Interaction (HCI), specifically in modeling, supporting and augmenting human abilities in a multimodal context. Leveraging techniques from natural language processing, computer vision, deep learning and HCI, I create novel experiences for accessibility, communication and augmented reality.
My work has been recognized by an ACM UIST Best Paper Award 🏆 (2022), an ED Rice Outstanding Master Student Award 🎓 (2023), and a Distinguished Master’s Thesis Research Award 🎓 (2022) at UCLA. I also held research internships at Google Labs and Snap Research.
|Jan 31, 2023||Honored to receive the 2023 ED Rice Outstanding Master Student Award 🎓 of UCLA Samueli School of Engineering!|
|Jan 16, 2023||Two papers accepted to CHI 2023! Looking forward to seeing everyone in Germany!|
|Nov 28, 2022||Invited to give a talk on video accessibility at the CEAL Lab at Columbia University.|
|Oct 29, 2022||Attending UIST 2022 in-person in Bend, OR.|
|Oct 9, 2022||CrossA11y won a 🏆 Best Paper Award at UIST 2022!|
- CrossA11y: Identifying Video Accessibility Issues via Cross-Modal GroundingIn Proceedings of the 35th Annual ACM Symposium on User Interface Software and Technology 2022
- What Makes Videos Accessible to Blind and Visually Impaired People?In Proceedings of the 2021 CHI Conference on Human Factors in Computing Systems 2021