Xuanyou Liu

Xuanyou Liu (He, Him, His)

Robotics MSE

I am currently pursuing a Master’s degree in Robotics at the University of Pennsylvania, affiliated with GRASP Lab, advised by Prof. Michelle Johnson. I am now working at the Human Computer Integration Lab at the University of Chicago as a summer resaerch intern, advised by Prof. Pedro Lopes. Previously, I served as a research assistant at the Institute of Software, Chinese Academy of Sciences (ISCAS), advised by Prof. Teng Han. I received my B.E. in Industrial Design from Xi’an Jiaotong University (China).

In the realm of human-computer interaction (HCI), I am particularly fascinated by the potential of haptic feedback and innovative sensing technologies. My current projects explore the development of compact embedded systems, wearables, and interactive interfaces. Moreover, I am also exploring big data analysis and machine learning.

I am enthusiastically pursuing a PhD position in Human-Computer Interaction (HCI). My ambition is to contribute to shaping intuitive and empowering interactions between humans and technology, leveraging my comprehensive skill set to push the boundaries of what’s possible in creating user-centric designs.

Xuanyou Liu