Evey Huang 黄 嘉馨
I recently graduated from UC Berkeley with a Bachelors degree and Berkeley Certificate in Design Innovation. 
I will be starting at Northwestern University Delta Lab as a Ph.D. student in fall 2019. 

Currently I am working as a full-time research intern advised by Professor Juho Kim at KIXLAB in South Korea.
Before coming to KAIST, I  worked as a research assistant for a year at the Hybrid Ecologies Lab with Ph.D. student Sarah Sterman and Professor Eric Paulos
Even before that, I worked for 6 months with the Berkeley Initiative for Transparency in the Social Sciences (BITSS), advised by research scientist Garret Christensen and Professor Edward Miguel

I position myself as a researcher, an engineer, and an artist. I thrive to invent future technologies that incorporate the versatility, nuance, and depth of human intellect and unite people and machines to overcome large challenges. 
My research interest lies at the intersection of social and crowd computing, Human Computer Interaction (HCI), human-centered AI, and design. 

Contact:  jiaxinh.evey <at> gmail.com

Research Publications:
Interacting with Literary Style through Computation Tools (CSCW'19 in review)
Sarah Sterman, Evey Huang, Vivian Liu, and Eric Paulos.

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