About Me

Hi, I’m Christina Ma, a first-year PhD student at Carnegie Mellon University Human-Computer Interaction Institute, co-advised by Dr. Ken Koedinger & Dr. Sherry (Tongshuang) Wu. I got my undergraduate dual degrees of Cognitive Science and Computer Science and a minor in Design for Learning at CMU in 2022. I’m interested in the application of learning science theories in education technologies, specifically in the context of CS education. Currently I’m interested in how to use large language model-based AI code-generation tools to assist CS education.

Feel free to explore this website to learn more about me, and here's my CV.

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