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Yueh-Jung Lee

Ph.D. Studentat Arizona State University
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United States
Focus area: Design

Lee Yueh-Jung is a Taiwanese Ph.D. student in the School of Arts, Technology, and Emerging Communication at the University of Texas at Dallas. Her research focuses on the relationships between humans and smart technology, especially their social implications, from the perspectives of posthumanism, science and technology studies, critical cultural studies, and design studies. Lee’s research interests include posthuman theories, human-computer interaction, Taoism, critical design, and speculative design. Currently, Lee draws on philosophical thinking in posthumanism and Taoism to develop a more balanced and sustainable paradigm in the relationship between humans and smart technology. Hopefully, to recalibrate the current working environment and condition between humans and smart technology.
Lee earned an M.A. in Communication Studies from Arizona State University and an M.Des. in Industrial Design from Tunghai University in Taiwan. She specialized in analyzing techno-politics in high-tech products as well as human behavior and user experience in the use of high-tech products.