Yuhang Zhao is a 6th-year Ph.D. student in Information Science at Cornell Tech, Cornell University, advised by Prof. Shiri Azenkot. Her research interests include Human-Computer Interaction (HCI), accessibility, augmented and virtual reality (AR/VR), and mobile interaction. She designs and builds intelligent interactive systems to enhance human abilities. Her Ph.D. thesis focuses on understanding the visual perception of people with low vision, and designing AR applications to enhance their visual abilities in various daily activities. Her work has been published at many top-tier conferences and journals in the field of Human-Computer Interaction (including two best paper nominees), as well as 3 U.S. and international patents. Before coming to Cornell, she received her B.A. degree and M.S. degree with distinction on thesis in Computer Science at Tsinghua University.
For more information about Yuhang, see her CV.
◆ 8.9. 2019
I was selected to participate in the EECS Rising Stars 2019! Looking forward to meeting everyone in the workshop!
◆ 6.10. 2019
I'm hosting the Mixed Reality and Accessibility workshop at ISMAR 2019, Beijing. Submit a paper and join us in October! The submission deadline is July 19th. For more details, please refer to our website.
◆ 5.30. 2019
Start working at University of Washington as a visiting PhD student for this summer!
◆ 5.24. 2019
SeeingVR is now open source on GitHub! Feel free to download and try it out!
◆ 4.24. 2019
I wrote a blog about our SeeingVR research on Medium Publication. You can read the article here if you are interested in!
◆ 1.28. 2019
My research project Canetroller collaborated with Microsoft was recognized as one of "The 15 coolest interfaces of the year" by CO.Design.
◆ 1.19. 2019
I will be giving a talk at the DUB seminar at University of Washington on Jan 23 2018. Here's the link to more information.
◆ 1.10. 2019
I will give a talk at the HCI lab at Tsinghua University in China.
◆ 11.1. 2018
My paper at ASSETS 2018 received a best paper nomination!
◆ 2~3. 2018
My project Canetroller collaborated with Microsoft Research attracted the attention of various media outlets, including New Scientist, TNW, Digital Bodies, TechXplore, etc.
◆ 1.23. 2018
I was recognized as 2018 Facebook PhD Fellowship finalist.
◆ 1.27. 2018
I have two papers Canetroller and AccessibilityBot accepted to CHI 2018. Thanks to my collaborator at Microsoft Research and Facebook.
Designing Technologies to Make Virtual Reality Accessible for People with Low Vision, DUB Talk, Jan 13, 2019.
A face recognition application for people with visual impairments: understanding use beyond the lab, CHI 2018