I am currently a Research Fellow with the Living Analytics Research Centre, SMU. I work broadly on topics of Smart Consumption and Healthy Lifestyle (Food!).
I was a PhD student with LiveLabs in the School of Information Systems, Singapore Management University and defended my dissertation on 29 Nov 2018.
I study and develop smart interfaces that can bridge interaction and communication between people and help them emphatise with each other. My thesis work is on Empath-D, a system to help mobile user interface designers situate their designs when they design for less abled users. I am also working on a system to aid communication between parents and children with speech and language difficulties.
Before I started my PhD, I worked on learning pedagogies for serious games at DSO National Laboratories, performing both technical and project management roles.
Examining augmented virtuality impairment simulation for mobile app accessibility design
, Balan, R. K. Lee, Y., (To appear in CHI 2019).
CryptoCurrency Mining on Mobile as an Alternative Monetization Approach
Huynh, S., , Balan, R. K., Lee, Y. (To appear in HotMobile 2019).
Empath-D: VR-based Empathetic App Design for Accessibility
Kim, W., , Balan, R. K., Misra, A., Lee, Y. (MobiSys 2018).
Smartwatch-based Early Gesture Detection & Trajectory Tracking for Interactive Gesture-Driven Applications
Tran, V. H., Misra, A., Roy, Q., , Lee, Y. (UbiComp 2018)
Enabling multi-device interaction on the go in the MAGI project
, Roy, Q., Davis, R. C. (CHI 2016 Workshop on Interacting with Multi-Device ecologies “in the wild”)
PlaySketch: Turning Animation Sketches Into Game Logic
Davis, R. C., (IUI 2014 Workshop on Sketch: Pen and Touch Recognition).
Recursive thinking in adversarial decision making: A naturalistic study
Yu, S., Tan, A. L. S., Chen, A. J., , Soh, B. K. (Multidisciplinary Decision Science Symposium 2010)
Fast Rate-Distortion Optimization in H.264/AVC Video Coding
Pan, F., Choo, K. T. W., Le, T. M. (2005). (Knowledge-Based Intelligent Information and Engineering Systems (Vol. 3683, pp. 433-441). 2005)