I do HCI research and teach UX in Taiwan
I am Yung-Ju (Stanley) Chang, an Associate Professor at the National Yang Ming Chiao Tung University in Taiwan, affiliated with the Department of Computer Science and Institute of Communication Studies. Currently, I am a visiting scholar at Stanford University, Department of Communication, contributing to the Human Screenome Project. I have a B.S. in Computer Science from National Chiao Tung University and an M.S. and Ph.D. in the School of Information from the University of Michigan. I have worked as a research intern at Microsoft Research and a Research Associate at the University of Michigan, where I was affiliated with the Michigan Interactive Social Computing group and the Interaction Ecologies Group led by Prof. Mark W. Newman. Currently, I am the director of the Mobile and Ubiquitous Interaction Lab (MUILab) at National Yang Ming Chiao Tung University. My research focuses on the intersection of Human-Computer Interaction (HCI) and Ubiquitous Computing (Ubicomp), with interests in intelligent notification systems, mobile crowdsourcing, human-AI communication, and mobile media consumption.
Got a thing for digital well-being or curious about how we interact with our mobile phone? Let's chat. Collaboration is the spice of academic life, and I'm always eager to add more flavor!
For prospective students:
I welcome students keen on exploring HCI research, particularly revolving around mobile phone usage. Regardless of your academic background, your enthusiasm is what truly matters here. If you have a genuine interest and specific topics in mind, feel free to reach out! Before doing so, I recommend browsing through my recent publications to get a feel for my current focus. This will give you a better idea of the projects we might work on together in our lab.