About Me

I am currently a first-year Ph.D. student in School of Information at University of Michigan advised by Prof. Florian Schaub. My research interests span online privacy, cybersecurity, human-computer interaction and the Internet of Things, particularly the understanding of user attitudes and behaviors related to privacy and security, and the development of effective privacy notice and choice. I’m also a member of the Usable Privacy Policy Project research group leading by Prof. Norman Sadeh at Carnegie Mellon University.

Prior to starting my PhD, I obtained a Bachelor of Science degree in Advertising at University of Illinois, Urbana-Champaign, where I also worked as a survey research assistant for the Coursera Records project aiming to improve the quality of Illinois’ Massive Open Online Courses.