Haekyu Park

Georgia Institute of Technology

Haekyu Park is a Computer Science PhD student at Georgia Institute of Technology, working with Prof. Polo Chau.

Haekyu’s thesis research designs and develops interactive scalable interfaces for trustworthy and easy-to-use AI. Her human-centered approach creates novel tools that broaden the access of AI technologies, helping people more easily interpret complex models, gain trust in well-performing ones, and fix those that malfunction. Haekyu’s cross-disciplinary research straddles visualization, machine learning, and scalable graph analytics. Her work has resulted in a first-of-its-kind GPU-accelerated data science curriculum, pioneering open-sourced tools like CNN Explainer that transforms AI education, and the ARGO Lite graph visualization used by thousands of students.

Haekyu received her Bachelor's degree in Computer Science and Engineering from Seoul National University. During her PhD, she interned at NVIDIA.