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Kaiwen Sun

Kaiwen Sun

PhD Student Email: kwsun@umich.edu

Biography

I am a PhD student at the University of Michigan, School of Information advised by Florian Schaub and Chris Brooks. My research focuses on the intersection of children’s privacy and safety, smart home technologies, and human-computer interaction, particularly understanding children and parents’ perceptions and behaviors around privacy and safety in the context of smart home technologies. Prior to my doctoral study, I obtained my master degree in human computer interaction at the University of Michigan with an emphasis on UX research and design.

Pronouns

She/Hers

Areas of interest

HCI, children and smart home technologies, privacy

Education

M.S. Information

News

"PrivacyCon. Federal Trade Commission. November 1, 2022. www.ftc.gov. Free. Panelists: Consumer Surveillance. Nazanin Andalibi. Assistant professor, UMSI. 9:25 am. Children's privacy. Kaiwen Sun. PhD student, UMSI. 1 pm."
UMSI researchers to speak as panelists at FTC PrivacyCon 2022

Assistant professor Nazanin Andalibi will discuss emotion AI and the future of work, and PhD candidate Kaiwen Sun will discuss child safety in smart homes.

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UMSI doctoral student Kaiwen Sun awarded prestigious Meta Fellowship

Kaiwen Sun was awarded a highly-competitive Meta PhD Fellowship award for her research on understanding and supporting children’s privacy and safety needs in smart home environments.

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