I’m a computer scientist.
When I am not fixing coding bugs, I write and talk about how people interact with artificial systems in the process of acquiring information, and how this interaction augments the user experience and influences decision-making.
I’m interested in analysing this interaction using methods from machine learning, and data visualisation, and theories from user engagement and cognitive psychology. My current project, i-sense, revolves around developing visulazation tools to better respond to infectious disease outbreaks. I am also working with UCLH NHS. Prior to joining CASA UCL, I received my Doctorate from University of Sheffield, UK in 2019.