Chih-Pin Hsiao is a Ph.D. candidate specializing in Design Computing and Human Computer Interactions at Georgia Institute of Technology. His focus is on bringing human creativity into the decision making process with appropriate interactions. His research works include Information Visualization, Tangible User Interfaces, Sketch and Gesture Interactions, and Wearable Technology. He has published papers in major journals and at conferences and served as paper reviewers and session chairs. Besides academic activities, he has also worked in software industry for more than six years and contributed to software projects in various roles. Among them, he helped Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory to build and manage a large software program, Simergy. He also joined the User Experience Lab at GE Global Research where he researches and creates various visualization frameworks and prototypes. He produced a patent application and a research paper from his work in the User Experience Lab. Recently, he finished an internship at HP Labs for novel interaction research and prototyping where he filed three invention disclosures.