I’m a third year PhD student in the Human-Computer Interaction Institute at Carnegie Mellon University, where I'm advised by John Zimmerman and James McCann.
My research focuses on (1) designing human-AI interactions for real-world contexts, and (2) empowering UX designers to envision and prototype human-AI interactions. I develop tools, methods and processes for design practitioners to innovate with AI as part of their daily practices.
Before Carnegie Mellon, I worked as an industrial designer for 7+ years in the industry, designing products ranging from medical to consumer electronics, assistive robots, and transportation. My work supported the R&D processes of clients across scales, resulting in 25+ shipped products, several patents and design awards.
Feel free to check my CV or send an email to get in touch.