I am Lisa, an first year Ph.D. student at the Paul G. Allen School of Computer Science & Engineering at the University of Washington. I am advised by Professor Richard Anderson in the ICTD Lab.
My research interests are HCI (human-computer interaction) and ICTD (information and communication technology for development). My research objective is to mitigate social and technical challenges faced by groups that are oppressed by their intersectional identities. I am especially interested in exploring equitable technologies in healthcare settings in low-income and low-resource communities.
I received my Bachelor’s from Wellesley College, where I double majored in Computer Science and Philosophy.
I am currently funded by The Funai Foundation for Information Technology.
- June 2022: Helped organized and attended ICTD and ACM COMPASS 2022 at UW!
- May 2022: Attended my first in-person conference (CHI) where I presented our paper!
- Nov 2021: Our paper “Designing for Speech Practice Systems: How Do User-Controlled Voice Manipulation and Model Speakers Impact Self-Perceptions of Voice?” was conditionally accepted to CHI 2022!
- Sept 2021: Officially started my Ph.D.!
- Aug 2021: Our paper “Perceptions of Trucking Automation: Insights from the r/Truckers Community” was accepted to AutomotiveUI ‘21!
- June 2021: Graduated from Wellesley College
- May 2021: Attended my first (virtual) conference at CHI 2021
- Apr 2021: Committed to University of Washington CS Ph.D. program!
- Nov 2020: Selected as a Grantee of Funai Overseas Scholarship for my Ph.D.