Felicia Tan

I conduct human-computer interaction (HCI) research at the National University of Singapore, Smart Systems Institute and will be starting my PhD at the NYU Tandon School of Engineering in Fall 2024.

I’ve worked primarily with experimental research methods, exploring the design of technological tools and systems that foster lifelong learning and heatlh/wellbeing practices.

I resonate very much with the notion of “quietly supportive” technologies — technologies that seamlessly integrate into daily life without disruption. What this means precisely, continually evolves as I learn and grow as a researcher.





AudioXtend: Assisted Reality Visual Accompaniments for Audiobook Storytelling During Everyday Routine Tasks

(CHI ‘24)

Tan, F., Xu, P., Ram, A., Suen, W. Z., Zhao, S., Huang, Y., & Hurter, C.

Facilitating Virtual Reality Integration in Medical Education: A Case Study of Acceptability and Learning Impact in Childbirth Delivery Training

(CHI ‘24)

Liu, C., Tan, F., Zhao, S., Kanneganti, A., Gosavi, A. T., & Khoo, E. T.


Communications of the ACM feature:

EdTech Interview: Article