Xinyue Chen


Hi, I'm Xinyue Chen, and my Chinese name is 陈馨悦. I am currently a first-year doctoral student at Computer Science and Engineering, University of Michigan, Ann Arbor, supervised by Prof. Xu Wang.

Research interests

I conduct research in the intersection of Human-Computer Interaction, Learning Science and Collaboration. My research aims to explore ways to promote efficent online learning through understanding emerging teaching and learning behaviors online. I also explore the cognitive processes behind online group collaboration, working to improve online discussion, collaboration, and mutual understanding. Based on the insights, I’m developing new collaboration tools to support online learning.


  • [March 2021] [New!] 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.


  • LLL

    LifeLongLearning Lab, University of Michigan, Ann Arbor

    Research Intern, June 2020 - August 2021

    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.