I have hands-on experience in industry-focused data science and machine learning projects. I am passionate about conceptualizing real-world problems and finding their solutions from different perspectives. Currently, I am working closely with Microsoft Research and Arup for the design and development of future assistive technologies (e.g. Cortana digital assistant and Human behavioural analytics). I have evidenced experience in interpreting R&D outcomes through extensive technical writing such as industry white paper and scholarly publications
Spatio-temporal Pattern Mining
Context Recognition in Pervasive Environments
Measure multiple dimensions of high school student’s emotional, behavioural and cognitive learning engagement with sensing data in the wild
Derive activity, physiological, and environmental factors contributing to various dimensions of student learning engagement
This project will deploy machine learning to human behaviour and building operational data obtained through Activity Based Working (ABW), aimed at providing insights towards optimising and personalising ABW. The outcome is a cloud-based integrated platform, with tailored ABW apps, for capturing and analysing occupancy behaviour and building performance data.
Cortana Intelligence Institute is a co-funded initiative between Microsoft Research, Cortana Research and RMIT University, which will drive the next-generation of capabilities for Microsoft’s digital assistant, Cortana.
The Mornington Peninsula Shire (MPS) will develop a Smart Technology project to address growing demand on parking and amenity facilities in towns particularly with high tourist attraction. There is an increasing pressure to understand the volume of pedestrians, public transport users, and road users (in particular, private vehicle drivers) throughout the major townships in MPS and meet the increasing demand.
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