About Me

I'm Jie Cai (蔡杰). I am a Ph.D. candidate in the Ying Wu College of Computing at New Jersey Institute of Technology. I am supervised by Dr. Yvette Wohn and also work at the Social X Lab. I have been a TA for 5 semesters for 4 courses and have independently taught a course. Currently, I am working with Dr. Yvette Wohn as a RA on the NFS-funded project about content moderation on social media.

My primary area of focus is on human-computer interaction (HCI) with a particular interest in phenomena in novel and interactive social media, currently focusing on the live streaming communities. I applied mixed methods (survey, interview, observation, etc.) to understand users’ decision-making process and experience.

I am looking for academia opportunities starting in 2022. Hire me!

News & Travels

I will teach "IS448 Usability & Measuring User Experience" Again.
Our short paper "Conceptualizing Visual Analytic Interventions for Content Moderation" is accepted by IEEE VIS 2021.
My paper "After Violation But Before Sanction: Understanding Volunteer Moderators' Profiling Processes Toward Violators in Live Streaming Communities" is accepted with minor revision by CSCW 2021.
My paper "Choice of Social Music Systems in China: A Study of NetEase Cloud Music " is accepted as late break work by MobileHCI 2021.
My paper "Teleworker's Perception of Technology Use for Collaborative and Social During the COVID-19 Pandemic" is accepted by British HCI Conference 2021.
I will attend 2021 CSST Summer Research Institute from 12–14 July (Online).

I have one poster about rules in live streaming communities accepted at IMX2021 (Virtual).
I will also join the DC to discuss my dissertation topic about "Understanding the Voluntary Moderation Practices in Live Streaming Communities".

I have two papers about moderation and harassment in live streaming communities accepted at IMX2021 (Virtual).

I will be a proceedings chair at IMX2021 (Virtual).