Welcome! I am a PhD candidate in Computer Science Division of the department of EECS at UC Berkeley, supported by the Google PhD Fellowship (2014-2016) and the Berkeley Fellowship for Graduate Study (2011-2013). I received my M.S. from the MIT Media Lab in 2010, where I was awarded as a lab fellow (2009-2010). I also hold a M.S. in Computer Science and a B.B.A. in Information Management from National Taiwan University.

My research interests include Human-Computer Interaction, Interactive Authoring and Tutorials, and Intelligent Systems. My goal is to design intelligent interfaces that enhance and improve our daily experiences, such as learning softwares, interacting with multiple devices, sharing stories, capturing life moments, using electronic devices, and cooking. My major research projects include:

DemoCut: Generating Concise Instructional Videos for Physical Demonstrations
MixT: Automatic Generation of Step-by-Step Mixed Media Tutorials
Raconteur: From Chat to Stories

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