I am currently a Research Scholar supervised by Prof. Danny Poo in the Department of Information Systems at National University of Singapore (NUS). My research interests include decision making, mHealth, Big Data analytics, and ubiquitous computing. I have a strong determination in creating IT artifacts that would transform healthcare for hundreds of millions of patients. And my Ph.D. dissertation aims to support and optimize health decision making to challenge the wicked problem of decisional conflict.
My hobbies are reading, traveling, hiking, photography, and theorizing things (e.g., events and films).
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- It was a great honour to receive the Herbert A. Simon Award for the Best Design Research Paper from Alexander Maedche, Jan vom Brocke, Alan Hevner at DESRIST 2017, Karlsruhe, Germany.
- I will be chairing the “Building Social Media Communities” session at HCII 2018, Las Vegas, U.S.A.
- Our paper has been published by Health and Quality of Life Outcomes (5-year IF: 2.833) – DOI: 10.1186/s12955-017-0623-y.