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Yih-Lun Huang

  • PhD Student
  • PhD Student
  • Department of Electrical and Computer Engineering, National University of Singapore
  • 2PublicationsNumber of items in Yih-Lun's My Publications folder on Mendeley.
  • 32Followers

Research interests

Human-computer interaction End-user programming Software engineering Serious games

About

I am a graduate student pursuing PhD degree at Department of Electrical & Computer Engineering, National University of Singapore. My supervisor is Assist. Prof. Timothy Marsh. My research interest includes human-computer interaction, end-user programming, software engineering, and serious games. I am currently working on patterns of user experience for software programmers, a collection of the best practices within the user experience design domain. But instead of targeting their normal audiences, the interaction designers, these patterns are transcribed in language familiar to software programmers. I enjoy playing video game, reading fiction, and writing hobbyist software. Most of my software projects are host at GitHub. I prefer Emacs over vi. For more information, please refer to my CV: http://ronhuang.org/cv/vitae.pdf

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Publications (2)

  • Investigation of software patterns of user experience

    • Huang Y
    • Marsh T
    • Cheok A
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  • User experiences and lessons learned from developing and implementing an immersive game for the science classroom

    • Marsh T
    • Wong W
    • Carriazo E
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Professional experience

PhD Student

Department of Electrical and Computer Engineering, National University of Singapore

August 2009 - Present

Advanced Software Engineer

Sunplus mMedia Inc.

December 2007 - June 2009(2 years)

Software Engineer

Compal Communications Inc.

February 2005 - December 2007(3 years)

Education

PhD (Electrical and Computer Engineering)

National University of Singapore

August 2009 - Present

MS (Computer Science)

University of Southern California

August 2003 - December 2004(a year)

BS (Electrical Engineering)

National Taiwan University

August 1998 - June 2002(4 years)