I am currently an ARC DECRA Fellow and an Associate Professor, Emerging Technologies at Deakin University.
My research expertise is in augmented reality, wearable computer, and human computer interactions. My focus is in interaction techniques and devices, human factors, and educational technologies. My PhD research created innovative interaction technologies and devices for the field of augmented reality and wearable computer.
I have extensive experience in creating new wearable and augmented reality technology, including a patent-pending ultrasonic glove device, as well as designing user interaction techniques and technology for natural gestural interactions with computing systems.
Senior Lecturer, Deakin University
Research fellow, Microsoft Research Centre for Social Natural User Interfaces, The University of Melbourne
Postdoctoral research fellow, University of Angers, France
Deakin University, Graduate Certificate in Higher Education Learning and Teaching
University of South Australia, Doctor of Philosophy, Computer Science
University of South Australia, Bachelor of Information Technology (Honours) (Advanced Computer and Information Science)
Grants and Contracts
Ageing Bodies, Embodied Interactions and Social Inclusion