Dr Ying-Hsang Liu

BA NTU; MA NTHU, PhD Rutgers
Research Fellow
College of Engineering & Computer Science

Areas of expertise

  • Information Retrieval And Web Search 080704
  • Computer Human Interaction 080602
  • Health Informatics 080702
  • Human Information Behaviour 080703
  • Organisation Of Information And Knowledge Resources 080707

Research interests

Human-Computer Interaction and Information Retrieval

Biography

My research is concerned with people’s interactions with information retrieval systems, such as modern search engines. At a theoretical level, my research focuses on the theories of human concept formation and their implications for information access. At the applied level, I am interested in the design and evaluation of information retrieval systems. My recent research projects study the impact of individual differences on search behaviour, and the user’s gazing behaviour interacting with search user interfaces.

 

Researcher's projects

  • Computational Intelligence for Complex Structured Data, Australian Research Council (ARC), Linkage Projects scheme, LP140100995, Co-Principal Investigators: Tamas (Tom) Gedeon; Andreas Nurnberger, Peter Baranyi, Richard Jones, $275,000 (2015-2018) 
  • Query Reformulation and Search Interface Design: An Eye-Tracking User Study, Association for Library and Information Association (ALIA) Research Grant Award, Co-Principal Investigators: Paul Thomas, Tom Gedeon, $5,000 (2014-2015)

Publications

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