My current research focuses on Human-AI Interaction, particularly, Human-AI Co-Creation and AI-Powered Creativity Support Tool. The goal of my research is to design, develop, and evaluate interactive AI systems that effectively incorporate human intentions into the computation process in order to boost the productivity of creative activities. My research seeks to gain a deeper understanding of the flow of creativity and to enhance human intelligence and creativity.
Before coming to Waterloo, I received my bachelor’s degree in Software Engineering from Xiamen University in China where I spent several wonderful years in Human+ lab advised by Prof. Shihui Guo. During my undergraduate, I also worked at Dartmouth College and Chinese University of Hong Kong, Shenzhen as a research intern, visited Cambridge University as a visiting student.
Outside of research, I am keen on exploring new possibilities in my life. I am a beginner of skiing and rock climbing. I enjoy travelling and hope to mark every national parks in the world.
Download my resumé (updated in Jan. 2023).
University of Waterloo Sept. 2021 - present
Ph.D. in Computer Science
Xiamen University Sept. 2016 - Jun. 2020
B.Eng. in Software Engineering