Dr Greg Wadley

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I teach and research at the University of Melbourne on technology, health and emotion.

I hold degrees in Computer Science (BSc, Qld), Cognitive Science (MSc, Melb) and Human-Computer Interaction (PhD, Melb).

Digital Health

digital health

Based in the Human-Computer Interaction group, I collaborate with health researchers and practioners to design and evaluate interventions for a range of physical and psychosocial health conditions.

Emotion and its Regulation

Emotion and its Regulation

I study how people use technology to manage their emotions, informed by psychological research on emotion regulation.

Human-Computer Interaction

Human-Computer Interaction

I employ user-centred design and evaluation techniques to support projects ranging from Indigenous-led technology to climate change mitigation.

Virtual Collaboration

Communication in Virtual Worlds

My PhD examined how people communicate and collaborate in online virtual worlds.

Current Events

Recent Publications


School of Computing and Information Systems
Level 5, Melbourne Connect
700 Swanston Street
University of Melbourne, VIC 3010, Australia