PhD Student – Computer Science
Human Computer Integration Lab
I am a PhD student in Computer Science at the University of Chicago, working in the Human Computer Integration Lab led by Prof. Pedro Lopes. My interests lie in haptics, wearable devices, VR/AR and robotics.
Previously, I obtained my B. Eng. in Computer Engineering at McGill University in Canada. During that time, I was involved in the McGill Formula Electric design team, a design competition where students are tasked with designing, manufacturing and racing their own formula student car.
Stereo-smell via Electrical Trigeminal Stimulation
Jas Brooks, Shan-Yuan Teng, Jingxuan Wen, Romain Nith,
Jun Nishida, Pedro Lopes
Falconer: A Tethered Aerial Companion for Enhancing Personal Space
Romain Nith, Jun Rekimoto
IEEE VR 2019 Workshop [IEEE paper]
CHI HDi 2019 Workshop [HAL paper]
A stretchable and strain-unperturbed pressure sensor for motion-interference-free tactile monitoring on skins
Qi Su, Q. Zou, Yang Li, Yuzhen Chen, Shan-Yuan Teng, Jane Tunde Kelleher, Romain Nith, Ping Cheng, Nan Li, Wei Liu, Shilei Dai, Youdi Liu, Alex Mazursky, Jie Xu, Lihua Jin, Pedro Lopes, Sihong Wang
Science Advances 2021 [paper]