Hyejin Im

Hyejin Im

200 Boston Avenue, Suite G810
Medford, MA
Research/Areas of Interest:

Her research interests include human-computer interaction and STEM education. She is interested in creating playful and effective interfaces for children to teach computer programming and engineering.


Graduate Certificates in Human-Computer Interaction, Tufts University
BEĀ Urban and Regional Planning, Chung-Ang University, South Korea


Hyejin is the first year of master's student in Human Factors Engineering. She completed the Human-Computer Interaction certificate program at Tufts University and received her bachelors in Urban and Regional Planning from Chung-Ang University in Korea.

Before joining the CEEO, Hyejin worked as a UX designer in Korea for two and a half years. Her passion for novel technology and human-centered design led her engaged in the brain-computer interfaces, child-robot interaction, and visualization study. In the Tufts HCI lab, she worked on implicit brain interfaces for memory assistant. She also studied how tangible and digital interfaces affect the interaction between child and parent and their learning experiences through a project at the DevTech research group. She co-designed two visualization tools to represent personal and narratives data.

CEEO Responsibilities:
Hyejin is a graduate research assistant for Professor Chris Rogers.