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About Me: CV

Hi, I‘m a second-year Ph.D. student at the interactive structures lab at Carnegie Mellon University (CMU) Human-Computer Interaction Institute (HCII) advised by Prof. Alexandra Ion.


My research primarily explores the fields of programmable matter, micromachines, and assistive wearables. I am currently designing various types of micromachines that are capable of transitioning between multiple states, or properties (shapes, stiffness, etc). Programmable matter composed of these micromachines can be easily scaled and customized, allowing it to be tailored to fit various body shapes. I am also harnessing these principles to engineer adaptive assistive wearables.

Before joining CMU, I pursued my master's degree in Computer Science at Stanford University. I did my undergrad at Zhejiang University, where I'm honored to be one of the Morningside Cultural China Scholars.

Contact Me:

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  • GitHub
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