I am a PhD student in School of Computing at KAIST, working with Prof. Junehwa Song. My research interests lie broadly in the areas of mobile-IoT systems, social computing and HCI. In particular, my research has focused on interactive & intelligent services for real-life social interactions, and system support for such services (e.g., developer tools). Recently, I am interested in computational support enriching everyday face-to-face interaction. I enjoy implementing working systems and applications for real deployment. My research has been published in premier conferences such as MobiSys, UbiComp, CSCW.
I received my B.S. in Mathematical Science (double major: Computer Science) from KAIST in 2015 and M.S. in Computer Science in 2017. I worked at LiveLabs, Singapore Management University as a research intern in 2017.