Jingjng Han

Biography

Nice to see you here!

I am currently a PhD candidate at Indiana University, Bloomington, USA.  Before coming to IU, I was trained as a professional journalist in Fudan University, China. While that program provided me first-hand experience and international perspectives on the Chinese media industry, I wanted to understand  how the human brain “processes” mediated information (well, actually we don’t really PROCESS information, even though we always say that!).

In general, I am interested in over-time changes of physiology, emotional experiences, and behavior with respect to video viewing and game playing. I am particularly interested in dynamics of physiological and behavioral synchrony as a function of different types of interactions (mediated and non-mediated). I am also interested in nonlinear dynamic analysis and modeling.

Selected Research/Teaching Experiences

  • Spring2014

    Associate Instructor

Education & Training

  • Ph.D. Present

    Ph.D.

    The Media School, Indiana University, Bloomington

  • Master 2015

    Master of Arts

    Department of Telecommunications, Indiana University, Bloomington

  • Master 2013

    Master of Journalism and Communication

    School of Journalism, Fudan University

  • Bachelor 2011

    B.A. School of Journalism & Communication

    Central China Normal University

  • Bachelor 2011

    Bachelor of Economics

    School of Economics & Management, Wuhan University

Academic Awards

  • 2016
    Travel Award
    Indiana University
  • 2013, Shanghai
    The Most Valuable Proposal
    The Most Valuable Proposal at Youth Innovation Competition on Global Governance, sponsored by United Nation Development Programme.
  • 2012, Taipei
    Top Paper at the 4th Ph.D. Symposia of Chinese Research Alliance on Journalism and Communication
    Top Paper at the 4th Ph.D. Symposia of Chinese Research Alliance on Journalism and Communication
  • 2010, Shanghai
    Top Paper at the 3rd Shanghai International Student Television Festival (SSTVF)
    Top Paper at the 3rd Shanghai International Student Television Festival (SSTVF)
  • 2010, Beijing
    3rd Prize at the 1st national paper competition held by the Ministry of Education
    3rd Prize at the 1st national paper competition held by the Ministry of Education
  • 2010, Wuhan
    3rd Prize at 2010 CCNU Student Paper Competition
    3rd Prize at 2010 CCNU Student Paper Competition