Florian 'Floyd' Mueller directs the Exertion Games Lab at Monash University in Melbourne, Australia. The Exertion Games Lab investigates the design of exertion games, inventing the future of bodily play. This research is situated within a broader interaction design agenda that supports people’s values such as an active life. Floyd has been a Fulbright Visiting Scholar at Stanford University, having worked on the topic of exertion games now across four continents, including at organizations such as the MIT Media Lab, Media Lab Europe, Fuji-Xerox Palo Alto Laboratories and Xerox Parc. Floyd has also been a Microsoft Research Asia Fellow and has worked at the Microsoft Beijing lab with the research teams developing Xbox Kinect. Previously in Australia, he has worked at RMIT University and the University of Melbourne and was a principal scientist at the Australian Commonwealth Scientific and Industrial Research Organization (CSIRO), where he led the Connecting People team. Floyd’s work has been shortlisted for the European Innovation Games Award (next to Nintendo's WiiFit), has won a Nokia Mindrek Ubimedia Award, and was commissioned by Wired's Nextfest. His games were played by over 20,000 players across 3 continents and were featured on the BBC, ABC, Discovery Science Channel and Wired magazine. Floyd has written over 100 publications and received Best Paper and Honorable Mention Awards from the premier publication outlets in the field of human-computer interaction. He is general co-chair for CHI 2020, the premier conference in human-computer interaction.