Jung Wook Park is a Ph.D. student in computer science at the Georgia Institute of Technology, working with Drs. Gregory Abowd and Rosa Arriaga. He is currently working on novel sensing technologies and modeling approaches for improving the efficacy of physical and mental health management. He is also building various interactive devices and objects to understand human behavior and emotion in real-world environments. He was a visiting researcher at Carnegie Mellon University and conducted two research projects: The first aimed to measure the cognitive load of drivers who encounter distractions, and the second developed a mobile application for college students with depression and anxiety.Prior to CMU, he developed wearable and Internet-of-Things devices at LG Electronics as a research engineer. During his master’s program, he was a visiting researcher at the Mobile and Pervasive Computing Laboratory at the University of Florida in Gainesviile and researched pervasive computing technologies under the guidance of Dr. Sumi Helal. He received a Bachelor of Science in electrical engineering and a Master of Science in electrical and computer engineering from Ajou University in South Korea.