Prof Tom Gedeon
Prof Gedeon specialises in human-centred computing technologies which use advanced AI and sensors to predict human internal states such as stress, doubt, engagement, depression and so on, with a goal of enhancing human capabilities, in applications such as training people with real time feedback, creating responsive user interfaces, and measuring team dynamics in real time.
Dr Susannah Soon
Susannah manages the Optus 5G Lab at Curtin. She specialises in AI, visualisation (VR and simulation); human-centred computing, human factors, decision support systems, data analysis, Internet of Things. Susannah invites research and industry collaboration on AI and 5G related projects.
Zakir focus on developing advance technologies for health related predictions of human internal states and facial expressions.
Shreya is a research academic (Post-doctoral) at EECMS Dept. She is an early career researcher, with expertise in AI for human non-verbal behaviour analysis.
Marcus is the web designer and developer at OCAI. He is a technology enthusiast with skills in IoT hardware and app development.
James is a multi-skilled programmer and hardware specialist working on OCAI physiological devices.
Jinwoo is a skilled programmer and prize-winning videographer. He is passionate about co-design of digital apps for social impact including his mobile app MobBook which he will be taking to Curtin Ignition.
Evan has many talents he brings to OCAI including hardware, software, 3D, and instructional learning skills. Evan works on physiological devices at OCAI.
Ramya is working to improve mental health through wearable and AI technology.
Prady is a solution architect who solves complex problems and creates innovative solutions. He is a multitasker and a skilled programmer. He supports researchers with technological setup
OCAI Research Collaborators
Dr. Eric Lim
Eric is a teaching and research academic at Curtin in Mental Health Nursing. He collaborates with OCAI on VR projects for nurse training, mental health, and student well-being.
A/Prof. Ramesh Narayanaswamy
Ramesh is a Mechanical Engineer with interests in heat transfer and fluid dynamics. He works with OCAI on automated control of building environments.
Dr. Leo Ng
Leo is a Physiotherapy research and teaching academic with speciality in back pain. His start-up ResearchScreener is a web-application using machine-learning technology to semi automate the screening of articles in systematic reviews.
Riaz investigates latency for improved experience in video conferencing.
Fahad Bin Zamal
Fahad works on machine learning audio captions for the visually impaired.
Chayan investigates AI techniques for x-ray analysis.
Ahmad is working on a COVID safe navigation app called SafeNav-19.
Thomas is working on the BeanBud app which is a personalised coffee ordering system for his Optus capstone project.
Taleisha investigates a gamified healthy-habit app for children, which she is taking to Curtin Ignition.
Alastair is working on animating 3D face models for realistic telepresence.
Lauren investgates technology that can improve energy efficiency in residential homes.
Tui designed the Amicia location-based stress monitoring app, which he is taking to Curtin Ignition.
Raymond designed the Party Mood monitoring app to understand party-goer emotions, which he is taking to Curtin Ignition.
Multi-disciplinary research in Electrical Engineering, Computing, and Mathematical Sciences, Health Science, Business and Law, and Humanities.
Industry, small and medium-sized enterprises
- Hug Health
- INOVOR Technologies
- SPIRAL BLUE
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