Joon Jang/

Hi πŸ‘‹ - I'm Joon, a researcher focused on making the world more accessible.

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Ph.D. Student @ Carnegie Mellon University, Human-Computer Interaction Institute

I'm a second-year Ph.D. student at Carnegie Mellon University's School of Computer Science, advised by Patrick Carrington and Andrew Begel. I focus on understanding, designing, and building AI-equipped assistive technology (AT) and how such tools affect and alter existing social dynamics in intro- and extra-spective ways – tackling stigma, user-assimilation, and the AT adoption/abandonment problem through my research.



Recent Updates

  • 2024 Jan - πŸŽ‰ CHI '24 -- β€œIt’s the only thing I can trust”: Envisioning Large Language Model Use by Autistic Workers for Communication Assistance Conditionally Accepted!
  • 2023 Oct - πŸ—½ ASSETS '23 @ NYC - Student volunteered and met tons of friends in real-life!
  • 2023 Oct - 🀠 College Autism Summit 23 @ Nashville - Presented a talk on autistic workers' use of LLMs for social advice. (Please ask for a paper draft if interested!)
  • 2023 Jul - ⭐ ND at Work Workshop @ Seattle - Presented on ongoing work and student-volunteered

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