Zhuohao (Jerry) Zhang at CHI 2019 standing in front of a poster, wearing a black sweater.

My name is Zhuohao (Jerry) Zhang (Chinese: 张倬豪). I am currently a Ph.D. student at the University of Washington, focusing on HCI and accessibility research. I am fortunate to work with Prof. Jacob Wobbrock at the ACE Lab. I obtained my Master of Science degree in CS from the University of Illinois, Urbana-Champaign, where I worked with Prof. Yang Wang at the SALT Lab, and my Bachelor’s degree in CS from Zhejiang University, China. I also worked closely with Prof. Anhong Guo at the University of Michigan and Prof. Shiri Azenkot at Cornell Tech. During summers, I also worked as a research scientist intern at Microsoft Research, Meta Reality Labs, and Adobe Research.

I am interested in addressing real-world accessibility problems by designing assistive technologies leveraging multimodal interaction techniques and human-AI collaboration. Recently, I am working on designing intelligent interactive systems to enable blind and low-vision people to move from consumers to creators of digital content like slides, visualizations, and even videos.

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