Pei-Hsuan is a graduate student major in Computer Science at Cornell University in NYC (Cornell Tech). Before coming to the U.S., he conducted two VR/AR research at National Taiwan University (NTU) in Taiwan, and published 2 top conference posters and won the best Demo award. Also, he received NTU Outstanding Scholarship and Master Thesis Award. During undergraduate studies, he and friends founded a startup, Carpo, offering the first carpooling matchmaking service in Taiwan. He loves traveling, volunteering, design, photography, and playing the ukulele.

Cornell University

M.Eng., Computer Science
2017 - 2018

iOS developer by using React Native on Company Challenge Project with Bloomberg L.P.

National Taiwan University

M.S., Networking and Multimedia
2014 - 2016

Communications & Multimedia Laboratory (CMLab)
Advisor: Prof. Ming Ouhyoung

National Taiwan University

B.B.A., Information Management
2010 - 2014

Creativity & Entrepreneurship Program


Volunteer at remote areas of Taiwan for 7 years
International volunteer at India, China, Japan


Topics: Landscape, Portrait


Research Interests
1. Human-Computer Interaction
2. Virtual Reality / Augmented Reality

Video Editing

Made more than 50 videos, including documentary films
Tools: Adobe Premiere, Adobe After Effects