The mysterious complexity of human minds struck me since my undergraduate years at National Taiwan University. As a double-major student in both Psychology and International Business Administration, I was led to observe human behaviors from experimental designs and macro-economic perspectives. How our mind and brain work remain to be a mystery to me. The training during my PhD (supervised by Dr. George Sperling at University of California, Irvine, California, USA) and Post-doc (supervised by Dr. Thomas Papathomas at Rutgers University, New Brunswick, New Jersey, USA) offered me great insights on how perceptual and attentional systems can be systematically studied and modeled. My research endeavors afterwards are centered around the broadly-defined cognitive sciences with a recent addition of interpersonal interaction. My recent move to the Research Institute of Electrical Communication at Tohoku University provides an exciting possibility for cross-disciplinary research collaborations. The ultimate goal here is to use the scientific understanding of human mind and behaviors to improve our life qualities. It is most rewarding and fun to work with talented students and scholars who have come to inspire me in many ways. We are always looking for motivated and outstanding students in our research team. If you think you can add to our strength and diversity, drop an email or pay us a visit.