University of Maryland

Featured Student: Yongle Zhang – PhD Information Studies

Yongle Zhang is a PhD student in Information Studies, advised by Dr. Ge Gao. He is an HCI researcher who is interested in multilingual communication and teamwork.

Tell us about your research interests:

My research interests include Human-computer interaction, computer-supported cooperative work, and multilingual communication. 

Why did you choose to join the HCIL?

At the Human-Computer Interaction Lab, there are many researchers who are passionate about delivering exciting work to the HCI community. The diverse background of HCIL members enables me to better shape my research from different perspectives. The weekly BBL talks and annual symposium also broaden my horizons and provide opportunities to share my work.

Do you have any advice for students interested in studying HCI at UMD?

Feel free to check the HCIL website (/) and browse our exciting projects there!