Yixuan ("Janice") Zhang
Pronounce as [y-ee] [sh-oo-en] [j-AH-ng]
Preferred name: Janice
Ph.D. candidate in Human-Centered Computing Georgia
Institute of Technology
Our paper, "What Do We Mean When We Talk about Trust in Social Media? A Systematic Review" was
accepted to CHI'23! (Top 14% of submissions).
Our other paper, "Synthetic Lies: Understanding AI-Generated Misinformation and Evaluating Algorithmic and Human Solutions" was
also accepted to CHI'23! (Top 14% of submissions, as well)
I was honored to be selected as a "Foley
(highest award for student excellence
in research contributions to computing) at Georgia
Our paper, "Visualization Design Practices in a Crisis:
Behind the Scenes with COVID-19 Dashboard Creators" was
accepted to VIS'22!
Our other paper, "Investigating Older Adults’ Attitudes
towards Crisis Informatics Tools: Opportunities for
Enhancing Community Resilience during Disasters", was
also accepted at CHI'22!
I passed my PhD dissertation proposal defense!
Our paper, "Shifting Trust: Examining How Trust and
Distrust Emerge, Transform, and Collapse in COVID-19
Information Seeking", was accepted at CHI'22!
I gave a presentation at a webinar--"The Past, Present,
and Future of COVID-19 Dashboards"--organized by the
World Health Organization (WHO) on December 9th, 2021.
I was invited as a panelist at a VIS'21 panel "What is
the Role of VIS in Combating COVID-19?".
I was honored to receive the Foley Scholar Finalist at