Mina Huh

Undergrad Intern @ KIXLAB, KAIST

Mina Huh, a girl with long hair smiling in leafy background

I graduated with Bachelor’s degree from KAIST with a major in Computer Science. Currently, I am working with Juho Kim as part of KIXLAB.

My research in Human-Computer Interaction focuses on Accessibility, Healthcare, Learning Support, and Human-AI collaboration. I aim to build interactive systems to support full participation of people with diverse abilities. Currently, I am developing assistive technologies to make visual world more accessible.

I am a Ph.D. applicant for Fall 2022!

News

May 11, 2021 👩‍💻 Attending CHI 2021 virtually! Come check our presentation!
May 6, 2021 👩‍💻 Attending Microsoft Ability Summit!
Jan 23, 2021 📄 Our report “Reimagining Accessibility and Inclusion in K-12 CS Education
through Curriculum and Professional Development” is now public!
Dec 19, 2020 👩‍💻 Presenting at CSCW Asia Winter School 2020!
Dec 16, 2020 📄 Our paper “RubySlippers: Supporting Content-based Voice Navigation for How-to Videos”
has beeen conditionally accepted for CHI 2021. More details soon!
Nov 18, 2020 👩‍💻 Attending Microsoft Accessible Computer Science Education Fall Workshop!
Oct 27, 2020 👩‍💻 Attending ASSETS 2020 virtually!
Oct 21, 2020 👩‍💻 Excited to serve as a student volunteer for UIST 2020!
Aug 28, 2020 🏆 Won the grand prize at the 2020 KAIST Undergraduate Research Program