Albert Ng is a Microsoft Research Intern in the Applied Sciences Group. He is developing an ultra-low latency touch interface and studying the effects of latency on the user’s performance on various tasks.
Albert is a Ph.D candidate in EE at Stanford University, pursuing research in Computer Architecture under Dr. William Dally. He received his Bachelor in EE at the California Institute of Technology, with a background in Embedded Systems and Digital Design. He has done research in protein structure prediction, asynchronous VLSI, and is now interested in HCI and high performance computing.
In his spare time, Albert can always be seen playing Ultimate Frisbee. You can find more information about Albert and his undergraduate work at http://async.caltech.edu/~albert/.