My name is Bingjie Yu. I'm a PhD researcher in HCI at University of Bath.
Research & Works
As a Human-Computer Interaction (HCI) researcher, it is always a question for myself that
'How can we help our social interaction through technology in a positive way'. With
this high-level question, I am on an adventure of exploring the way people engaging with each
other technologically with interdisciplinary approaching in my research. I am also
enthusiastic to process my knowledge and skills to work out mysteries about the real-life,
which helps me to contribute my expertise in interacting with people to the best.
My current research looks into moderation in online communities, typically using care as a lens to explore normative processes in online community moderation. This research will explore how researchers could make use of care-as-nurture when designing support for online communities as a whole, and in particular for the moderators who care for them. I am now also co-chairing
HCI Seminar at University of Bath.
In my spare time, I spend a lot of time travelling and I really enjoy hiking + museums. I
like exploring (taking) random photos. Also I enjoy playing "portable" musical instruments
(ukulele and kalimba recently).
Yu, B., Kelly, R., & Watts, L., 2018. Reacting to Political Videos: The Potential of Danmaku. In Companion Proceedings of the 21st ACM Conference on Computer Supported Cooperative Work and Social Computing (CSCW '18 Companion). Association for Computing Machinery, New York, NY, USA, 141–144. DOI:https://doi.org/10.1145/3272973.3274040 [Poster]