I am an Associate Teaching Professor in the Department of Engineering at the University of Cambridge
and Course Director for the MPhil in Machine Learning and Machine Intelligence (MLMI).
My research focusses on the design of interactive systems that dynamically adapt to user needs and behaviours. I am particularly interested in the design of user interfaces for productive and enjoyable applications of virtual and augmented reality, with a special focus on supporting efficient text input. I completed my PhD under the supervision of Professor Per Ola Kristensson in 2019.
Before starting my PhD I worked as a Senior Automation Engineer at Australia's Cooperative Research Centre for Mining (now called Mining3) where I helped develop autonomous mining equipment.
My MPhil (at the University of Queensland) examined the perception requirements for effective remote control bulldozing. I completed my bachelor's degree in Mechanical Engineering at the University of Melbourne. I also have a BA in Japanese.
I am interested in Human-Computer Interaction, Machine Learning, Automation and Software Development.