Office Number: CS 6393
yuhang.zhao [at] cs.wic.edu
I am an Assistant Professor in Computer Sciences at the University of Wisconsin-Madison. My research interests include Human-Computer Interaction (HCI), accessibility, augmented and virtual reality (AR/VR), and AI-powered interactive systems. I design and build intelligent interactive systems to enhance human abilities. Via my research, I seek to understand the challenges and needs of people with diverse abilities, and design systems and interaction techniques to empower them in real life activities as well as the emerging virtual worlds. I received my Ph.D. degree from Cornell Tech, Cornell University, and B.E. and M.S. degrees in Computer Science from Tsinghua University.
|Jan 18, 2024
|My Students Ru Wang and Daniel Killough have their work on GazePrompt—a gaze-aware reading system for low vision users—accepted to CHI 2024!
|Jan 18, 2024
|My students Kexin Zhang and Ruijia Chen’s research on exploring the design space of AR head-mounted displays for first responders accepted to CHI 2024!
|Dec 16, 2023
|Kassie Povinelli’s work on voice changers in social VR for transgender users is accepted to IEEE VR 2024!!!
|Sep 07, 2023
|My research, collaborated with Prof. Yaxing Yao, on social VR inclusion and safety for people with disabilities is funded by NSF.