[Sep 2022] Three papers submitted to CHI 2023 πŸŽ‰

From Northwestern Lakefill.

Visualize the Invisible

Hi, I'm Hyeok Kim (hjʌk). I'm a PhD student in Computer Science at Northwestern University. Currently, I work with Professor Jessica Hullman at MU Collective. Previously, I attended a master's program in Communcation at Seoul National University with colleagues from HCI+D Lab. My research intersts mainly include πŸ“Š Data Visualization, πŸ“±πŸ–₯ Across-Device Experience, πŸ›  Visualizatin Tool Design & Automation, πŸ“œ Narrative Visualization, and πŸ§™πŸ»β€β™‚Design Research. If you are interested in these areas too, please feel free to contact me for collaboration πŸ™†πŸ»β€β™‚!

Background I studied Linguistics for my undergraduate major, and computational and statistical linguistics for my student-designed minor, during which I focused on natural language processing. I practiced my programming and stats skills through data visualization, and I created several visualization works under the name of 'Mike Project.' Practicing visual data communication led me to various research areas in HCI, including system design, visualization grammar, and design research.