Courses Taught

    • COM2103 Communication Research Methods (Spring, 2021/2022)

    • COM2509 Interactive Digital Communication (Spring, 2017/2018/2019)

    • COM3508 Emerging Technologies in Multimodal Communication (Fall, 2019/2020/2021) 

    • COM5104 Research Methods for Communication and New Media (Fall, 2016/2017/2018)

    • COM5501 Internet Communication (Fall, 2017/2018/2019/2020/2021)

    • COM5502 Multimedia Communication (Spring, 2017/2018/2019/2020/2021/2022)

    • COM5602 Directed Studies (Spring, 2020)

    • WIS4009 Accessibility & Human–Computer Interaction (Spring, 2014)

    • WIS5004 Research Method for Interaction Science (Fall, 2014)

    • WIS5016 Psychology of Human–Technology Interaction (Fall, 2015)

    • WIS5018 Human–Media Interaction (Spring, 2015)

Student and RA Recruitment

Ph.D. student, postdoc, and research assistant (RA) applications are accepted throughout the year. Ideal candidates should have:

    • strong scholarly interests in human-technology interaction, computer-mediated communication, and/or ICT adoption (for all positions)

    • proficiency in spoken and written English (native or near native level required; for all positions)

    • proficiency in advanced statistical analyses using AMOS, SPSS, and/or JMP (for postdoc & RA positions)

    • proficiency in any creative multimedia tools (for all positions)

    • ability to produce at least one high-caliber manuscript each semester (for postdoc positions)

    • bachelor's or master's degree in social sciences (e.g., psychology, communication) or engineering (e.g., computer science, creative media) from a top-tier research university (for Ph.D. positions)

    • potential to become a productive, motivated, and independent researcher (for all positions)

Before applying for the position, the applicant is strongly advised to prepare his/her CV in a way that highlights one or (hopefully) more of the expected qualifications listed above. Shortlisted candidates will be contacted within a week after application submission.