Arindam Dey is a Lecturer at the School of Information Technology and Electrical Engineering and Co-Director of the Empathic Extended Reality and Pervasive Computing Laboratory. His research is focused on making extended reality interfaces capable of measuring, sharing, and adapting to user’s real-time emotional and cognitive states. Before joining the University of Queensland, he was a Research Fellow at the Empathic Computing Laboratory (University of South Australia). Earlier, he held postdoctoral positions at the University of Tasmania, Worcester Polytechnic Institute (USA), and James Cook University.