I am a Senior Lecturer in Human-Computer Interaction at the University of Melbourne. I study how technology impacts aspects of life such as health and emotion. I hold degrees in Human-Computer Interaction (PhD), Cognitive Science (MSc) and Computer Science (BSc). Click to read about my research, teaching and engagement.
- Health Subcommittee co-chair for CHI 2022
- co-organising UbiComp 2021 workshop on Making Sense of Emotion Sensing
- my work is featured in Edward Slingerland's excellent new book Drunk: How We Sipped, Danced, and Stumbled Our Way to Civilization
- Kelly et al. (2021) "It's About Missing Much More Than the People": How Students use Digital Technologies to Alleviate Homesickness. CHI 2021 (Honorable Mention award)
- Wadley et al. (2020) Digital Emotion Regulation. Current Directions in Psychological Science, 29(4), 412-418
- Dourish et al. (2020) On Being Iterated: The Affective Demands of Design Participation. CHI 2020. (Best Paper award)
- Seabrook et al. (2020) Understanding how virtual reality can support mindfulness practice: Mixed methods study. JMIR. 22(3):e16106