My research interests are in Human-Computer Interaction (HCI) and Computer-Supported Collaborative Work (CSCW), with a focus on health and wellbeing.
My work understands, designs, and evaluates social and health information systems to promote diversity, advocacy, and empathy.
My research group is especially passionate about impacting the lives of neurodiverse people and communities around them.
Please see my projects
and to learn more about my research.
01/2023 | Our empathy building VR project for neurodiverse people was accepted to CHI 2023!
11/2022 | Attending CSCW 2022 remotely
08/2022 | Thanks Meta for donating Meta Quest 2
05/2022 | Attending CHI 2022 from May 2 to 5
04/2022 | Honored to receive the CoC Outstanding Junior Faculty Teaching award!
Rachel Lowy, Lan Gao, Kaely Hall, and Jennifer G. Kim |
Toward Inclusive Mindsets: Design Opportunities to Represent Neurodivergent Work Experiences to Neurotypical Co-Workers in Virtual Reality
Kaely Hall, Dong Whi Yoo, Wenrui Zhang, Mehrab Bin Morshed, Vedant Das Swain, Gregory D. Abowd,
Munmun De Choudhury, Alex Endert, John Stasko,
Jennifer G. Kim |
Supporting the Contact Tracing Process with WiFi Location Data: Opportunities and Challenges
Jennifer G. Kim, Taewan Kim, Sungin Kim, Soyeon Jang, Stephanie Lee, Heejung Yoo, Kyungsik Han, Hwajung Hong |
The Workplace Playbook VR: Exploring the Design Space of Virtual Reality to Foster Understanding and Support of Autistic People in the Workplace
Jennifer G. Kim, Robert E. Kraut, Karrie Karahalios |
Designing a Medical Crowdfunding Website from Sense of Community Theory
Bogoan Kim, Dayoung Jeong, Mingon Jeong, Taehyung Noh, Sung-In Kim, Taewan Kim,
So-youn Jang, Hee Jeong Yoo, Jennifer G. Kim, Hwajung Hong, and Kyungsik Han
VISTA: Understanding Characteristics of Autistic People through a VR-based Interactive Social Skills Training System
Chung-Eun Lee, Jennifer G. Kim |
Exceptionality, Special Ed. Journal 2021
Person-centered Transition Planning for Youth on the Autism Spectrum: What are We Still Missing?
Jennifer G. Kim, Ha-Kyung Kong, Hwajung Hong, and Karrie Karahalios |
Enriched Social Translucence in Medical Crowdfunding
Jennifer G. Kim, Hwajung Hong, and Karrie Karahalios |
Understanding Identity Presentation in Medical Crowdfunding
Mariana Aparicio Betancourt, Laura S. Dethorne, Karrie Karahalios, and Jennifer G. Kim |
Skin Conductance as an In Situ Marker for Emotional Arousal in Children with Neurodevelopmental Communication Impairments: Methodological Considerations and Clinical Implications
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