Canada Research Chair in UX Design for Data-driven Systems
Department of Software and Computer Engineering
Pavillon Lassonde M-4117
jinghui [dot] cheng [at] polymtl [dot] ca
My research combines the field of Human-Computer Interaction (HCI) with Software Engineering (SE). My approach is fundamentally human-centered, with an emphasis on exploring technologies that support practitioners who have domain-specific expertise but special information needs, including software engineers, designers, and domain experts. While I am passionate about new technologies, understanding and realizing the ability of these technologies in satisfying the user’s needs and adapting to the user’s existing mental, behavioral, and social characteristics is most attractive to me.
I am recruiting PhD and Master’s students!! If you are interested in working with me in the HCD lab, please email me (1) your CV and (2) a short cover letter explaining your interests. Here are some possible projects: https://bit.ly/2UI43rn.
|Oct 1, 2021||Our paper titled The “Shut the f**k up” Phenomenon: Characterizing Incivility in Open Source Code Review Discussions has been presented in CSCW2021 by Isabella Ferreira. Blog post.|
|Jul 26, 2021||The Open Source Software Usability (OSS-U) project jointly hosted at McGill University and Polytechnique Montreal is seeking a [postdoctoral research fellow](/assets/pdf/PostDoc_OSSU.pdf). Contact us if you are interested!|
|Jul 21, 2021||I am recruiting PhD and master’s students for three recently funded projects: (1) Improving the Usability of Scientific Open Source Software, (2) Creative inspiration in UI/UX design leveraging data-driven approaches, and (3) User-centered traceability in the DevOps era. Inquiries are welcomed. Email me your CV if you are interested in applying!!|
|May 20, 2021||Our paper titled “The Impacts of Sentiments and Tones in Community-Generated Issue Discussions” (preprint) (video presentation) is published and presented in CHASE2021.|
|May 7, 2021||Our paper titled “Facilitating Asynchronous Participatory Design of Open Source Software: Bringing End Users into the Loop” (preprint) (video presentation) is published and presented in CHI2021.|
|Feb 1, 2020||Our paper titled “ArguLens: Anatomy of Community Opinions On Usability Issues Using Argumentation Models” (preprint) (artifacts) (video) has been accepted to CHI2020. News coverage by TechXplore is available here.|
|Mar 2, 2019||Our paper titled Activity-Based Analysis of Open Source Software Contributors: Roles and Dynamics has been accepted to the CHASE workshop of ICSE2019.|