I am currently a post-doc researcher at the Hasso Plattner Institute, Germany, working with Prof. Patrick Baudisch. Before that, I spent one year at U of Tokyo working with Prof. Takeo Igarashi. I received my PhD at National Tsing Hua University, Taiwan in 2012, advised by Li-Yi Wei and Chun-Fa Chang.
My research fields are mainly human computer interaction and computer graphics. In particular, I am interested in enhancing the workflow of artists and makers. I am extremely lucky to have worked with many of the most talented minds in the world.
12/2014: Platener: Low-Fidelity Fabrication of 3D Objects by Substituting 3D Print with Laser-Cut Plates was conditionally accepted to CHI 2015
11/2014: the source code of Autocomplete Painting Repetitions is released
08/2014: our paper Autocomplete Painting Repetitions was accepted to ACM Transaction on Graphics (SIGGRAPH Asia 2014)
05/2014: joined Patrick Baudisch's HCI group at HPI, Germany