I am a Senior Lecturer within the School of Information Technology and Electrical Engineering (ITEE) at The University of Queensland.

I am highly motivated, flexible and capable of working under pressure to meet challenging deadlines, objectives and targets. Has been successful in receiving external funding from the UK EPSRC funding body, which has enabled me to lead on a cross-disciplinary project in collaboration with the School of Natural Sciences and Psychology, at Liverpool John Moores University (LJMU), which developed a mobile lifelogging system to detect negative emotions during real-life driving.

Has also successfully contributed to externally funded projects, including cross-disciplinary work involving Liverpool Community Health NHS Trust, LJMU Research Institute for Sport and Exercise Sciences, LJMU School of Pharmacy and Biomolecular Sciences, and LJMU School of Natural Sciences & Psychology. During these projects, I was responsible for the design, development and management of a number of cross-platform mobile applications. This included facilitating focus groups to ensure that user requirements were met during the on-going development work.

My research interests include Machine Learning, Lifelogging, Data Science, Pervasive Computing, Digital Signal Processing, Mobile Computing, e-Health, e-Mental Health, Physiological Computing and Functional Near-Infrared Spectroscopy (fNIRS).

This is my research website. All views expressed are my own.

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