a Human-Computer Interaction researcher.
I am a fifth year PhD student in Human Centered Design and Engineering at University of Washington.
I explore how people adapt and integrate various information and communication technologies into their daily lives and how the technologies could help them functioning as social beings. Particularly, I am interested in prosocial behavior, voluntary behavior intended to benefit other people or society as a whole by helping, sharing, donating or volunteering.
I work with Gary Hsieh in the Prosocial Computing Lab. I am also a member of the Design-Use-Build (DUB) group. Previously, I graduated from Seoul National University in South Korea, majoring in Communication for M.A., and English Language and Literature for B.A.
Minhyang (Mia) Suh & Gary Hsieh (2016). Designing for Future Behaviors: The Effect of Temporal Distance on Planned Behaviors, In Proceedings of the SIGCHI conference on Human factors in computing systems. ACM. 1084-1096.
Shih-Wen Huang, Minhyang (Mia) Suh, Benjamin Mako Hill, & Gary Hsieh (2015). How Activists are Both Born and Made: An Analysis of Users on Change.org, In Proceedings of the SIGCHI conference on Human factors in computing systems. ACM. 211-220.
Soonwook Choi, Dongwhan Kim, Jinhan Choi, Minhyang Suh, & Joonhwan Lee (2015). The Change in Game Space: Visualization on Appropriation and Tour in Space, Journal of Cybercommunication Korea. 32, 1, 121-164.
Eun-mee Kim, Banya Kim, Minhyang Suh(2014). Interpersonal Trust on the Internet and Social Trust. Korean Journal of Broadcasting and Telecommunication Studies. 47, 7
Minhyang(Mia) Suh, Gary Hsieh. Design for Temporality of Future Behavior Change, Human Centered Design & Engineering Research Showcase, 2016
Shih-Wen Huang, Minhyang(Mia) Suh, Benjamin Mako Hill, & Gary Hsieh. How Activists are Both Born and Made: An Analysis of Users on Change.org, Human Centered Design & Engineering OpenHouse, 2015. Dongwhan Kim, Soonwook Choi, Jinhan Choi, Minhyang Suh, & Joonhwan Lee (2014).The Change in Game Space: Visualization on Appropriation and Tour in Space. HCI Korea 2014, 241-244.
Minhyang Suh (2012). Why Do People Join in the Online Communities to Lose their Weight?: Multi-level Analysis of Social Supports Related with the Structural Characteristics of Online Weight-loss Communities. In 2012 Seoul National University and University of Tokyo Symposium.
Minhyang Suh, K.E., Kwon, S.J., Ryu & J.W., Hwang (2012), A Study on Collaboration in a Korean Communication Journal: Social Network Analysis of Co-authorship, Subject. Graduate students Conference of Brain Korea 21 and Department of Communications in Seoul National University
I currently work with Gary Hsieh to understand and develop tailored motivator for pro-social behavior
I currently serve Teaching Assistantship for HCDE 516, Experiment Research Design, working with Kate Starbird.
I was a research intern in the UX Research and Accessbility team at Yahoo/Oath working with Danielle Lottridge. I conducted a series of user research on videochat app, Cabana.
I was a research intern in Immersive Experiences Lab at HP working with Alex Thayer. I explored a new way to nurture human connections while pushing the technological boundary.
I worked on the Internet and Social Trust with Prof. Eunmee Kim. The research was funded by Social Science of Korea Project, National Research Foundation of Korea
I worked as a sales representative in the European Export Team, Hanjin Shipping
Advisor: Dr.Gary Hsieh
Advisor: Dr.Eunmee Kim
Advisor: Dr.Doo-Sun Ryu