Xinyue Chen

Bio

Hi, I'm Xinyue Chen. I am currently a second-year doctoral student at Computer Science and Engineering, University of Michigan, Ann Arbor, supervised by Prof. Xu Wang. Previously, I received my B.S. in the Department of Information Management from Peking University , advised by Prof. Pengyi Zhang

Research interests

I conduct research in the intersection of Human-Computer Interaction, Learning Science and Collaboration. I designed and developed human-AI collaborative tools to support communication, discussion, and collaboration in both work and educational settings. My research aims to help people have a more equal and engaged group discussion and collaboration experience by designing novel interaction techniques to scaffold and reshape group dynamics. I explored novel interaction and communication mechanism to help underrepresented students to engage in conversation more flexibly. I design human-AI collaborative tools to help people restructure the discussion and make marginalized voices be seen by others.

I'm actively seeking for HCI research internship!

Updates

  • [Sep 2022] Our paper on understanding ethnic minority vlogger in Doouyin is conditionally accepted in CSCW'23!
  • [July 2022] We'll present our paper on "scaling Mixed-Methods Formative Assessments(MixFA) in classrooms through a clustering pipeline" in AIED'22!
  • [May 2022] We'll present our Late-breaking-work on understanding surgical attending-redisent intraoperative coordination in CHI'22!
  • [April 2022] Our paper on scaling Mixed-Methods Formative Assessments(MixFA) in classrooms through a clustering pipeline got accepted to AIED'22! More details to come soon!
  • [March 2021] Excided to decide to join UMich CSE this fall to pursue my PhD in HCI, advised by Prof. Xu Wang.
  • [October 2020 ] Our paper on understanding the use of live video streaming for online education received an Honorable Mention Award at CSCW 2020.

Experience

  • LLL

    LifeLongLearning Lab, University of Michigan, Ann Arbor

    Research Assistant, June 2020 - Now

    Mentor: Xu Wang

    Topic: Designing online meeting and learning tools which support better mutual understanding.

  • salt

    SALT Lab, University of University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign

    Research Intern, Feb 2020 - April 2021

    Mentor: Yun Huang

    Topic: Understanding the new trend and practice in video community in China.

  • FBAI

    Department of Information Management, Peking University

    Undergraduate Student, Sep 2017 - July 2021

    Supervior: Pengyi Zhang

    Received Bachelor's Degree (with Honors) at PKU.