About Me

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Hi! I'm a Postdoc Researcher at University of Maryland, College Park, advised by Eun Kyoung Choe, as a member of UMD HCIL (2019-).

With a background of Human-Computer Interaction and Visual Communication Design, I design interactive, visual, and mobile self-tracking systems to meet people's diverse tracking needs by providing flexible user interfaces to design, collect, and visualize the personal information.

I received a Ph.D. degree in Computer Science and Engineering (2012-2019, advised by Jinwook Seo), and Bachelor of Fine Arts degree in Visual Communication Design (2007-2011) from Seoul National University.

You can find my e-mail address in CV.
Curriculum Vitae

I'm currently on the academic job market. Please feel free to contact me for any recommendations and to request my research statement.

Selected Publication

Data@Hand: Fostering Visual Exploration of Personal Data on Smartphones Leveraging Speech and Touch Interaction
Young-Ho Kim, Bongshin Lee, Arjun Srinivasan, and Eun Kyoung Choe
ACM CHI 2021 (To appear) (Full Paper) DOI PDF Slide Github Web BibTex
Understanding Personal Productivity: How Knowledge Workers Define, Evaluate, and Reflect on Their Productivity
Young-Ho Kim, Eun Kyoung Choe, Bongshin Lee, and Jinwook Seo
ACM CHI 2019 (Full Paper) DOI PDF BibTex
OmniTrack: A Flexible Self-Tracking Approach Leveraging Semi-Automated Tracking
Young-Ho Kim, Jae Ho Jeon, Bongshin Lee, Eun Kyoung Choe, and Jinwook Seo
PACM IMWUT (UbiComp 2017) (Journal Article) DOI PDF Slide Web BibTex
TimeAware: Leveraging Framing Effects to Enhance Personal Productivity
Young-Ho Kim, Jae Ho Jeon, Eun Kyoung Choe, Bongshin Lee, KwonHyun Kim, and Jinwook Seo
ACM CHI 2016 (Full Paper) DOI PDF Slide BibTex

News & Travels

Apr17/2019 I had an invited talk at Korea Institute of Design Promotion.
Mar14/2019 I had an invited talk at Hanyang University.
Feb13/2019 I participated in a doctoral consortium held at HCI Korea annual conference.
Jan4/2019 I successfully defended my Ph.D thesis.