Donghoon Shin

I am an HCI researcher and a first year Ph.D. student in Human Centered Design & Engineering at the University of Washington. Currently, I am advised by Gary Hsieh as a part of Prosocial Computing Lab and DUB group

My research interest is at the intersection of HCI and AI / NLP. More specifically, I build systems that leverage AI / large-language models to lower communication burdens in various collaborative contexts, such as collaboration between ad hoc teammates and science communication between researchers and designers

I did my undergrad in ECE and Information Science at Seoul National University, where I was supported by the Presidential Science Scholarship. I am the 2022 Korean Government Scholar for Overseas Study

Recent projects

AI-generated design cards that translate scholarly articles for designers

Chatbot for assisting collaboration of ad hoc teammates

Exploring the roles of LLMs in supporting personal journaling processes

AI-assisted supports in online mental health communities


Summer internship at Naver AI Lab

Mar 1, 2023

I will be working as a research intern at Naver AI Lab this summer, working with Dr. Young-Ho Kim

Two CHI papers accepted

Jan 13, 2023

Excited to share that two papers on AI-mediated communication and online learning have been accepted to CHI 2023!

CSCW paper accepted

Oct 15, 2022

Our paper on investigating explanation strategies in human-AI collaboration has been accepted to CSCW 2023

Started my graduate study at UW HCDE

Sep 28, 2022

So excited to begin my new journey as a Ph.D. student in HCDE at the University of Washington 🎉