HCI, Cross-Device Experience, Computer-Mediated Communication, Personal Information Management, Time, Social Psychology, Work-Life Balance, Wellbeing
I am serving as Technical Program Chair Assistant for CHI 2018, which will be held in Montreal, 21-26 April 2018.
We were invited to write a paper for IEEE’s flagship magazine, Computer, where we discuss the role of smartwatches for work-life balance in our article“Smartwatches: Digital Handcuffs or Magic Bracelets?” [IEEE Xplore] [pre-print version].
I’ve created a website to collect results, resources, and recruitment info from my PhD research and related projects I am working on. Check it out at Digital Boundaries.
Our paper “Always On(line)? User Experience of Smartwatches and their Role within Multi-Device Ecologies” has been accepted at CHI 2017. You can find a short video preview here. [pdf] [video of my talk]
In Sept. 2016, I received funding as PI from the EPSRC Balance Network to carry out some research on The Role of Microboundaries in ICT for Work-Life Balance.
Our paper “Finding email in a multi-account, multi-device world”, co-authored with MSR researchers, received Best Paper Award and will be presented at CHI 2016, in San Jose, CA. [pdf] [presentation] [Stanford Scholar video] [featured in ACM CR 21st Annual Best of Computing]
I’m doing a research internship and attending the summer school at Microsoft Research Cambridge (UK) in summer 2015, working in the Human Experience & Design group.
I am a teaching assistant in Computer Science BSc and MSc degrees for HCI-related courses.
My first ever CHI paper was accepted at CHI2015. I will be presenting our work on professional differences in email use in Seoul, South Korea, during my first visit to Asia. [pdf] [presentation] [video preview]