Hello, my name is Qisheng Li (李其声). I am a 3rd year PhD student at Paul G. Allen School of Computer Science & Engineering at the University of Washington, advised by Katharina Reinecke. Please visit our virtual lab at Lab in the Wild.
I am broadly interested in human-computer interaction, accessibility and social computing. I am currently focusing on understanding how people with cognitive disabilities (e.g. autism, dyslexia) use technology, facilitating researchers to conduct controlled experiments of disability studies online at large scale, and developing personalized adaptations for end users.
- liqs [at] cs.washington.edu
- Paul G. Allen Center Room 386
The Effect of Moderation on Online Mental Health Conversations
Controlling for Participants’ Viewing Distance in Large-Scale, Psychophysical Online Experiments using a Virtual Chinrest
Toward Universal Spatialization Through Wikipedia-Based Semantic Enhancement
Latent Space Cartography: Visual Analysis of Vector Space Embeddings
The Impact of Web Browser Reader Views on Reading Speed and User Experience
Volunteer-Based Online Studies With Older Adults and People with Disabilities
Cartograph: Unlocking Thematic Cartography Through Semantic Enhancement
Honors & Awards
- : The Konhauser Achievement Award for Computer Science
- : John M. Dozier Prizes for Economics
- : 1st place in Minnesota Economic Association (MEA) Undergraduate Student Paper Contest
- : LiveIt! Global Citizenship Fellowship
News & Travel
- : I will be working as a data science research intern at Adobe Research in San Jose, CA this summer!
- : I will be at CSCW’18 in Jersy City, New York from November 3 - 7.
- : I am attending Grace Hopper Celebration (GHC 18) in Houston, TX from September 26–28.