- Mar 2022: Starting my internship at Microsoft Research
- Jan 2022: TA for CSE440 at UW
- Nov 2021: Present Apéritif at UW Colloquium
- Sep 2021: Submitted my first paper to CHI2022 as the first author
- May 2021: Attended CHI 2021
- Dec 2020: Moved to Seattle
- Oct 2020: Started my PhD program at UW
Hi! I’m a second-year PhD student at Paul G. Allen School of Computer Science & Engineering at the University of Washington. I work with Katharina Reinecke. I aim to study how people from diverse backgrounds view unintended consequences of technologies. My current focus is to build new tools to support researchers and practitioners to understand the existing bias at scale and leverage the crowd's wisdom to anticipate potential unintended consequences. I am also interested in data visualization, cross-culture usability of technology and HCI.
I spent four wonderful years at Macalester College, where I worked with Shilad Sen to visualize Wikipedia articles as maps. Originally intending to study politics, I became more interested how I could use data to visualize ever-changing information in the complex global community.
- Yuren Pang, Katharina Reinecke, René Just.
Apéritif: Scaffolding Preregistrations to Automatically Generate Analysis Code and Methods Descriptions.
ACM Conference on Human Factors in Computing Systems (CHI '22). New Orleans, LA, April 2022.
- UW CSE Educators’ Endowed Fellowship (2020) [link]
- Macalester Ezra J. Camp Endowed Prize in Mathematics (2020) [link]