I use qualitative and design methods to study 
Children, Data, and AI in Healthcare Contexts
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P=conference proceedings or journal articles, W=workshops, V=viewpoints, T=technical reports
[P.5] Oygur I*, Su Z*, Epstine A. D, Chen Y. The Lived Experience of Child-Owned Wearables: Comparing Children’s and Parent’s Perspectives on Activity Tracking. In Proceedings of the 2021 CHI Conference on Human Factors in Computing Systems [pdf]  * co-first authorship
[W.1] Su Z, Zheng K, Chen Y. Envisioning Data-driven AI Technology in Asthma Care. In CHI 2021 Workshop Realizing AI in Healthcare: Challenges Appearing in the Wild 
[P.4] Rahman S, Bendre M, Liu Y, Zhu S, Su Z, Karahalios K, Parameswaran A. NOAH: Interactive Spreadsheet Exploration with Dynamic Hierarchical Overviews. In Proceedings of the Very Large Databases Endowment (PVLDB), volume 14, 2021 [pdf]
[P.3] Su Z, Figueiredo MC, Jo J, Zheng K, Chen Y. Analyzing description, user understanding and expectations of AI in mobile health applications. In Proceedings of the 2020 American Medical Informatics Association Annu Symp Proc. [pdf]
[P.2] Hussain MI, Figueiredo MC, Tran BD, Su Z, Molldrem S, Eikey EV, Chen Y. A systematic review of qualitative research in JAMIA: past contributions and opportunities for future work.  Journal of the American Medical Informatics Association, 2020 [pdf]  *Editor's Choice*
[T.1] Rahman S, Bendre M, Yang P, Zhu S, Liu Y, Su Z, Chang K, Karahalios K, and Parameswaran A. Extending Spreadsheets to Support Seamless Navigation at Scale. http://dataspread.github.io/papers/noah.pdf, Technical Report, 2019. [pdf]
[P.1] Ferronato P, Su Z, and Ruecker S. Conversation modeling: how the 3D aspect can influence collaborative interpretation. In Proceedings of the 10th Nordic Conference on Human-Computer Interaction. 2018 [pdf]
[V.1] Su Z, Schneider J, Hoonpongsimanont W, Young SD. The Role of Conversational Agents in Prevention and Treatment of Substance Use Disorder in Social Distancing Contexts. Journal of Substance Use and Misuse (In review) 
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