Hi, I am Thai. I am interested in usability and experience of products via different human senses (especially touching, voicing, and hearing) and application of coding into human’s well-being.
COMPSCI 121: Introduction to Computing - Java Facilitated lab sections, held exam reviews and other workshop sessions, assisted students in acquiring knowledge, and graded student’s work. Received positive reviews from Teaching Assistants and students.
Applied financial knowledge to create and get published Python API for fetching data and successfully using Tkinter Python and SQL to write an app for connecting user’s interface and SQL data. Scrapped website for displaying stock information from Excel and csv format.
Assisted lab researchers with researching tasks (collecting, analyzing, sorting data, reviewing peer papers), attended lab meetings and readings on computing for social good, data visualization, and human-computer interaction. Currently doing research in data visualization for general public.
Involved in the deployment department where everyone is applying the mechanical language that the start-up company creates and is developing. Worked with electronic devices (light bulbs, light switches, LCD screen, card reader, …) and voice bots, writing programs to integrate them in realistic situations and applications.
Assisted Amherst Regional high school students in learning computer programming, Python, by writing the layouts and contents of the high school course, received positive reviews from supervisors.
Led and instructed the team to search, reach out, meet and deal with sponsors, maintained contact with sponsors. In 2018’s event, held main responsibility for the sitting area of the auditorium with more than 1000 people at the main event.
Mapping the landscape of universal usability in visualization research: A survey of empirical user experiments