I am an Associate Teaching Professor in the Department of Engineering at the University of Cambridge
and a Postdoctoral Associate of Jesus College.
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.