I am a Postdoctoral Fellow at the MIT Media Lab with the Fluid Interfaces Group. I create wearable and digital interfaces to enhance human cognition. My research interests include Human-Computer Interactions and AI to support memory, sleep, and older adults. I am also a Creative Technologist with a background in Personal Fabrication, Design, and Robotics. During breaks, I play the ukulele and make short films.
PhD in Bioengineering, 2022
University of Auckland
BEng in Electrical Engineering, 2016
Singapore University of Technology and Design
My research aims to design the next generation of memory and cognitive augmentation technologies which use biosignals (physiological responses) to peer deeper into people’s cognitive context and explore forms of cognitive influence to give just-in-time support such as memory training and assistance.
Understanding cognitive-affective states in learners through performance scores, behaviour and biosignals (2017)
Co-designing community space with residents, students and faculty in Vietnam (2015)
Designing modular sportswear to enhance runners’ performance and blood circulation (2014)
|I publish in premier venues in Human-Computer Interactions, including CHI, IMWUT (Ubicomp) and CSCW.|