Dr Hsiao-Ping Hsu is currently serving as an assistant professor in the School of STEM Education, Innovation, and Global Studies at the DCU Institute of Education. He received his PhD in learning technologies from the University of Texas at Austin, specializing in digital learning, mixed-reality, computational thinking, teacher technology integration, and digital literacy education. For more information, you can access his most recent CV [here].
Dr Hsu has made significant contributions to the field of education through his published articles in renowned academic journals and his participation in 20 presentations at peer-reviewed conferences on both international and national levels. As a Fulbright scholar, he has fostered knowledge exchange among Ireland, the United States, and Taiwan through his research presentations and invited talks.
Prior to his academic career, Dr Hsu worked as a post-primary geography teacher in Taiwan, accumulating valuable teaching experience over six years.
Recognized for his exceptional research and innovation, Dr Hsu has been honoured with 20 prestigious awards on both national and international platforms. Some notable awards include the 2018 Nova Southeastern Award for Outstanding Student Practices in Instructional Design from the Association for Educational Communications and Technology (AECT), the 2018 Outstanding Student Practice of Educational Technology in an International Setting from the AECT, 2017-18 Reimagine Education Award – Bronze Winner of the Virtual/Augmented Reality Category, and the 2019 Outstanding Graduate Student Research Fellowship in Technology Innovation and Application from the Foxconn Education Foundation.