Lee Ting-Ting (Tina)

Research Scholar at NTU HCI Lab, UC Berkeley Blockchain Lab / Lecturer / Technical Writer / Amateur Model



I am now in my fourth year at The Hong Kong University of Science and Technology (HKUST), major in Computer Science, was a visiting scholar at the University Of California, Berkeley - Blockchain X-Lab and now at the National Taiwan University (NTU)’s HCI Lab.

I discovered my passion for Blockchain and Distributed Consensus at the age of 19, quitted my position as a Data and AI Associate Consultant at Microsoft, and co-founded my company Turing Chain and TuringCerts. However, in late 2019, due to the interests within the founding team that could not align, I left my companies and resumed study, yet the start of the political protests in Hong Kong led me to return to my home country Taiwan. I am thus now a visiting student at NTU and has been a researcher in the HCI Lab under professor Cheng since early 2020. Driven by my growing interest in VR, I started my YouTube Channel VRemix_x in September 2020 and gained 6K subscribers and 11K monthly views within 1.5 months. In my free time, I write technical tutorials on my Medium blog with 4.6K subscribers worldwide to date.


Research Interest

Human-Computer Interaction, Distributed Consensus, Security Exploits


Google Scholar, Github, LinkedIn, Medium, YouTube, Online Course, Facebook, Instagram, CV


[1] Yao-Chieh Hu, Ting-Ting Lee, Dimitris Chatzopoulos, and Pan Hui. 2018. “Hierarchical interactions between Ethereum smart contracts across Testnets.” In CRYBLOCK’18: 1st Workshop on Cryptocurrencies and Blockchains for Distributed Systems, June 15, 2018, Munich, Germany. ACM, New York, NY, USA, 6 pages. Best Paper Award.

[2] Yao-Chieh Hu, Ting-Ting Lee, Dimitris Chatzopoulos, and Pan Hui. 2019. “Analyzing Smart Contract Interactions and Contract Level State Consensus,” In Concurrency and Computation: Practice and Experience (WILEY) Journal, 2019.

[3] Yao-Chieh Hu, Ting-Ting Lee, and Chungsang Lam. 2019. “A Risk Redistribution Standard for Practical Cryptocurrency Payment,” in 2019 IEEE International Conference on Decentralized Applications and Infrastructures. DAPPCON 2019. Newark, USA, Apr. 2019.

Selected Projects


HaptiCenter: A Distribution System for Sharing Haptic Devices in VR

Adaptive Virtual Agent in Mixed Reality





Open Source Contribution


Medium Profile (4.5K subscribers)

Writer of The Startup (684K subscribers), Hackernoon (487K subscribers), Noteworthy - The Journal Blog (81K subscribers), Marketing And Growth Hacking (62K subscribers), Code Like A Girl (42K subscribers), Coinmonks (21K subscribers), Taipei Ethereum Meetup, and Turing Chain Institute.


Entrepreneurship and Growth

Work Experience

Community and Organization

Media Exposure