I am a Ph.D. candidate in the computer science department at Harvard. I work with Hanspeter Pfister in the Visual Computing group and Krzysztof Gajos in the Intelligent Interactive Systems group.
My resesarch in human-computer interaction and information visualization focuses on making complex data approachable to the public by developing interactive tools and data-driven applications for communicating data. My graduate studies are partially supported by Kwanjeong Educational Foundation.
Prior to Harvard, I was a research associate at KAIST and also worked in industry for several years, including Samsung Techwin (now Hanhwa Techwin) and LG Electronics. I received M.S. in Computer Science from Stanford Univ. and B.S. in Computer Science, Digital Media, and Mathematics from Ajou Univ. and Stony Brook Univ. (dual degree).
Data-Driven Storytelling with Visualization : designing engaging and communicative visualizations and helping people create complelling data stories (more to come).