Cheng Guo is a Human-Centered Computing PhD
student Candidate of School of Computing at Clemson University. Cheng is working with Dr. Kelly Caine at HATLab. Cheng is broadly interested in Usable Security & Privacy, Health Informatics and Social Computing. Currently, Cheng is investigating the relationship between identities and content quality in online communities.
Cheng holds a Master of Science in Information Science from the University of Pittsburgh. He also holds a Bachelor of Business in E-Commerce from the Swinburne University and a Bachelor of Management in E-Commerce from the Nanjing University of Chinese Medicine.
Previously, Cheng was a Visiting Researcher in the Human-Computer Interaction Institute at Carnegine Mellon University with Dr. Jennifer Mankoff. He also worked as a Research Intern at Verisign Labs with Dr. Eric Osterweil and a Software Engineer Intern at AthleteTrax.
- 2018.02 One paper submitted to USENIX Security
- 2017.11 One paper submitted to IMWUT (Ubicomp’18)
- 2017.09 One paper submitted to CHI’18
- 2017.07 One paper submitted to Group’18
- 2017.07 Tenth Annual Furman Summer Research Conference (Psychology & Neuroscience) @ Furman University
- 2016.05 Research Intern @ Verisign Labs
- 2015.05 Win HFES Student Design Competition! [Media]
- 2014.05 @ PervasiveHealth 2014