I am a Senior Lecturer in Digital Health in the School of Computing and Information Systems (CIS) at the University of Melbourne. With undergraduate backgrounds in both computer science and philosophy, in general my research interests have fallen between the two. My PhD thesis was in the areas of artificial intelligence and the philosophy of information and computation.

My work now focuses on the application of digital technology, ubiquitous computing and artificial intelligence to mental health and behavioural science more generally, and I lead project activity in the CIS computing and mental health hub. Given my background in philosophy and computer science, I am also interested in exploring the philosophical and ethical dimensions of AI and digital (mental health) technologies.

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PhD Students

  • Tianyi Zhang - Digital phenotyping (personal sensing) for mental health and wellbeing
  • Daniel Cabrera Lozoya - NLP for quality improvements in online mental health therapy services
  • Fangziyun Tong - Digital therapeutic alliance

Research Assistants

  • Dr Simone Schmidt
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