I am a PhD student at the University of Melbourne, where I am part of the Interaction Design Lab. In my PhD research, I focus on active human sensing through ubiquitous devices, most prominently smartphones. A large portion of my work focuses on the methodological aspects of active data collection (e.g., Experience Sampling Method) – see my publication overview for more details. I have a background in interaction design and computer science, and have been involved in the design and development of a wide variety of projects.
Research interests include: Human-Computer Interaction, Ubiquitous Computing, Crowdsourcing, Mobile Instrumentation, Social Computing.
April 2018: I’ll be attending CHI 2018 (Montréal, Canada) and the accompanying Digital Food Lifestyles workshop.
September 2015: I’ll be attending UbiComp 2015 (Osaka, Japan).