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.
ACM SIGGRAPH Frontiers Workshop