I am a Computer Science PhD student at the University of Wisconsin-Madison. I am part of the People and Robots Laboratory and am grateful to be advised by Professor Bilge Mutlu. My interests are Human-Robot Interaction and End-User Programming. More specifically, my interests lie in building interactive robot programming systems that utilize natural language prompts.

I studied Artificial Intelligence and Statistics at Sungkyunkwan University, Seoul, South Korea for my undergraduate degrees. Professor Hayeon Song, affiliated with the Human-AI Interaction Laboratory led me to the field of Computer-Mediated Communication, and Human-Computer/Human-Robot Interaction. Our work on social media and social support during COVID-19 was accepted to *the 72nd Annual International Communication Association Conference*, held in France.

Here is my most recent CV (updated: Mar 2024).


Updates:

  • Mar 2024 - Our workshop paper Towards Leveraging End-User Knowledge for Long-Term Use of Robots in Care Facilities is accepted to the HRI-AiP 2024 workshop at HRI 2024! Co-authors: Laura Stegner, David Porfirio.
  • Mar 2024 - My first-author workshop paper Understanding Generative AI in Robot Logic Parametrization is accepted to the EUD4HRI workshop at HRI 2024! Co-authors: Arissa J. Sato, Pragathi Praveena
  • May 2023 - Awarded a summer research assistantship from the Computer Science department.
  • Aug 2022 - Joined the Computer Science department at the University of Wisconsin-Madison as a graduate student.
  • Jan 2022 - Our work Coping with Stress during the COVID-19: Social Support through Social Media is accepted to the 72nd Annual International Communication Association Conference (Human-AI Interaction Laboratory, Sungkyunkwan University).