Supervisors in Information Technology, Monash University
Cunjian Chen is currently an Adjunct Lecturer at Monash University, as well as a Research Fellow at Monash Suzhou Research Institute. Previously, he was a Senior Research Associate at Michigan State University. He obtained his Ph.D. in computer science from West Virginia University. His work on presentation attack detection has been recognized with Best Paper Awards from ISBA 2017, WACVW 2018, and WACVW 2021.
I am a Lecturer in the Department of Software Systems and Cybersecurity at the Faculty of Information Technology. I obtained my Ph.D. degree from the University of Auckland in 2019. Before joining Monash University, I was a Post-Doc researcher in the Large-Scale Data & Systems (LSDS) group in the Department of Computing at Imperial College London, UK.
My research sits at the intersection of Human Computer Interaction, Science and Technology Studies, and Participatory Design. I am particularly interested in how creative, critical and participatory design methods can inspire and enable social and environmental sustainability with marginalised groups (e.g. women and children). I am currently focusing on two research areas in my role as a research fellow within the Digital Equity and Digital Transformation Group. Firstly, I am part of the PROTIC project leading research exploring the role if ICT in empowering domestic workers in Bangladesh.
My research interests include mobile and ubiquitous applications, mobile decision support systems, context-aware computing and situation reasoning, mobile health monitoring and chronic pain management, Internet of Things (IoT), and social media content analysis.