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I am an interaction design and HCI researcher pursuing a Ph.D. degree at the Everyday Design Studio at Simon Fraser University. Advised by Dr. Ron Wakkary, Dr. Willams Odom, and Dr. Mikael Wiberg, I conducted design-oriented research projects over the past years. Specifically, the overarching goal of my doctoral study is to investigate organic experiences of shape-changing artifacts through the lens of materiality. In so doing, I ground my initiative into my day-to-day speculations of framing qualities of designed things and possible human-shape change relations. To date, most of these works were published at ACM CHI, DIS, and C&C. 


I hold a master's degree in industrial design engineering from Southwest Jiaotong University where I was advised by Prof. Tao Huang. I have completed two internships at the Industrial design research institute of Skyworth co., Ltd and Newplan co., Ltd. I was actively involved in many research-oriented design programs spanning from household appliances to medical equipment and transportation equipment.


These design projects have already won more than ten top-tier international design awards, which contain the Red Dot Design Award: best of the bestiF design awardInternational Design Excellent AwardA’ Design AwardK-design Award, and IDA design award

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