I am a second-year Ph.D. student in the Information School at the University of Washington, advised by Prof. Jacob O. Wobbrock. Prior to that, I received my Bachelor's and Master's degrees in Computer Science with an additional major in Human-Computer Interaction and minors in Statistics and Machine Learning at Carnegie Mellon University, where I worked with Prof. Jeffrey P. Bigham and Prof. Anhong Guo.

My research interest generally lies in the areas of human-computer interaction and accessible computing. My work seeks to enable computer technologies to understand varying abilities of their users, and to design, implement, and evaluate tools to make technologies accessible by adapting to these abilities.

Publications

Quantifying Touch: New Metrics for Characterizing What Happens During a Touch

Junhan Kong, Mingyuan Zhong, James Fogarty, Jacob O. Wobbrock (ASSETS 22')

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TutorialLens: Authoring Interactive Augmented Reality Tutorials Through Narration and Demonstration

Junhan Kong, Dena Sabha, Jeffrey P. Bigham, Amy Pavel, Anhong Guo (SUI 21')

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New Metrics for Understanding Touch by People with and without Limited Fine Motor Function

Junhan Kong, Mingyuan Zhong, James Fogarty, Jacob O. Wobbrock (ASSETS 21' Poster)

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Supporting Older Adults in Using Complex User Interfaces with Augmented Reality

Junhan Kong, Anhong Guo, Jeffrey P. Bigham (ASSETS 19' Demo)

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StateLens: A reverse engineering solution for making existing dynamic touchscreens accessible

Anhong Guo, Junhan Kong, Michael Rivera, Frank F. Xu, Jeffrey P. Bigham (UIST 19')

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