Uni. of Colorado Boulder
Tian is a third-year Ph.D. student advised by Dr. Stephen Voida, a member of TMI (Too Much Information) lab, and a research affiliate of IRL (Internet Rules Lab), directed by Dr. Casey Fiesler. Tian’s research lies at the intersection of human-computer interaction, health informatics, and design, centering on understanding technology-mediated health management strategies in people’s day-to-day life, informing the design of and designing novel health support technology or system (e.g., algorithm-driven health technology), and examining privacy concerns over health technology use. Before joining INFO at CU Boulder, she earned a M.S. in information management at Syracuse University.
|Mar 17, 2023
|Our paper, Technology-Mediated Strategies for Coping with Mental Health Challenges: Insights from People with Bipolar Disorder, has been accepted to CSCW2023!
|Jan 13, 2023
|Our paper, Examining Gender-oriented Design Features in Computational Toys and Kits for Young Children, has been accepted to CHI2023!
|Nov 7, 2022
|Awarded a special recognition for an outstanding CHI’23 paper review :).
|Apr 30, 2022
|Joined the Complex Health Needs and Technology Ecosystems workshop at CHI’22.
|Apr 28, 2022
|Our workshop position paper, Technological Mediation of Strategies in Coping with Mental Health Challenges, was accepted by CHI’22 workshop.
- CSCWTechnology-Mediated Strategies for Coping with Mental Health Challenges Insights from People with Bipolar DisorderIn Proceedings of the 2023 Conference on Computer Supported Cooperative Work and Social Computing 2023
- CHIExamining Gender-Oriented Design Features in Computational Toys and Kits for Young ChildrenIn Proceedings of the 2023 CHI Conference on Human Factors in Computing Systems 2023
- CHI 🏆Reflection in Theory and Reflection in Practice An Exploration of the Gaps in Reflection Support among Personal Informatics AppsIn Proceedings of the 2022 CHI Conference on Human Factors in Computing Systems 2022