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Assistant Professor
CS@City University of Hong Kong

Y6422 Yeung Kin Man Academic Building
yuhanluo@cityu.edu.hk
Tel: +852 3442 2685

I'm a Human-Computer Interaction (HCI) researcher, currently an assistant professor appointed by Department of Computer Science at City University of Hong Kong.

My primary research seeks to enhance individuals' everyday health and well-being through unlocking the potential of ubiquitous computing technologies. Specifically, I build multimodal systems (e.g., mobile apps, Alexa skills) to support self-tracking, design interventions to encourage health behaviors, and explore opportunities for utilizing personal data in clinical contexts. My work encompasses all the phases of human-centered design, including collecting empirical understandings of humans, developing interactive systems, and understanding how people use these systems in real-world settings.

I earned my Ph.D. in Information Studies from the University of Maryland in 2022, advised by Dr. Eun Kyoung Choe at HCIL. My dissertation is titled "Promoting Rich and Low-Burden Self-Tracking With Multimodal Data Input." I completed my master in Information Sciences & Technology at Penn State in 2017, and my BEng in Computer Science at Southeast University (China) in 2015. Outside school, I've worked as a User Experience (UX) Researcher Intern at Meta and Google.

[Curriculum Vitae][Google Scholar]

I'm looking for motivated students and research assistants (RA) with interests in HCI, NLP, and Personal Informatics. Please find more details in the Students page.

News and Travels

2022.11   ACM ISS 2022, Wellington, New Zealand
2022.10   The last project of my dissertation, NoteWordy: Investigating Touch and Speech Input on Smartphones for Personal Data Capture, is accepted to ACM ISS :)
2022.05   ACM CHI 2022, New Orleans, LA, USA

Service

Publication Co-Chair: ACM DIS 2023
Associated Chair (AC) in Program Committee: ACM CSCW 2023, CHI 2023, CHI 2019 LBW
Student Volunteer Co-Chair: ACM DIS 2022