I'm a researcher in human-computer interaction, currently a PhD student in Computer Science at the University of Illinois Urbana-Champaign working with Professor Camille Cobb and
Professor Adam Bates. My research focuses on human-computer interaction.
My work aims to portray patterns in data and build solutions to address users’ needs in areas of user experiences, security, and privacy.
I graduated from Ewha Womans University with a B.S. in Computer Science & Engineering and a B.A. in Digital Humanities at Seoul, South Korea.
During undergrad years, I did research building doument computational analysis software, 3D printed drone, and analysis on technical factors in interactive media arts.
I presented a poster on 2FA user study at IEEE S&P 2023.
I volunteered as a student volunteer at the ACM CHI 2023.
I joined the Computer Science PhD program at the University of illinois Urbana Champaign in the fall of 2022.
I volunteered as an online student volunteer at the ACM CHI 2022.
I worked as a undergraduate researcher at the Multicore Computing Lab in Seoul National University in 2021.
My research focuses on human computer interaction.
Analysis of Technical Factors in Interactive Media Arts, with a Focus on Prix Ars Electronica Award Winners. Yeeun Jo, Uran Oh. Science and Information Conference. DOI
Stealth UAV through Coandă Effect. Dongyoon Shin, Hyeji Kim, Jihyuk Gong, Uijeong Jeong, Yeeun Jo, Eric Matson. IRC 2020: 2020 Fourth IEEE International Conference on Robotic Computing (IRC). DOI
Automatic Document Classification System using Natural Language Processing and Deep Learning. Yeeun Jo, Yoojin Jung, Yujin Park, Sojeong Chang. KCC 2020: Korea Computer Congress of the Korean Institute of Information Scientists and Engineers. PDF