Geremy completed his undergraduate degree in Information Technology majoring in Computer Science at Griffith University. He then continued his studies and completed his Honours degree in Information Technology looking at the Factors that Affect the Adoption of Smart Technology in Australian Agriculture. He has gathered working experiences in various government and private sector positions including Queensland Health, CSIRO and Griffith University.
Geremy’s PhD focus was on environmental sustainability (specifically food sustainability), factors that influence behaviour, ubiquitous computer, and human-computer interaction. In 2012, Geremy was awarded a QUT Grant-In-Aid application to conduct collaborative research field work abroad, working alongside Eva Ganglbauer and Prof. Geraldine Fitzpatrick at the Vienna University of Technology in Austria, and a visit to the Social Computing Research Centre directed by Prof. Shaun Lawson at Lincoln University in the UK.