I am a Research Fellow at the Singapore University of Technology and Design and a member of the Augmented Senses Group here, with the SUTD-MIT International Design Centre, investigating new technological tools for the rehabiliatation of stroke patients. I have twelve years experience teaching at University level, I am the co-author of multiple papers and three book chapters, and have been featured in New Scientist.
My research interests are broad, but focus on cognitive interaction - the processes and biases shaping interation between humans and technology, as well as with each other - rehabilitation of developmental, neurological and physical disabilities, mobile robotics and behaviour-based systems. In my spare time, I enjoy science fiction, transforming robots, military philosophy, and miniature wargaming.
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