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Kirsten Ellis is enthusiastic about using technology to create a more inclusive society. She brings together technology and creativity to produce innovative solutions to real world problems. Her research interests include human computer interaction where she utilises her experience in designing, developing and evaluating systems for people to advance the field of inclusive technologies. Researching in technology for sign language learning; accessibility for people who are blind and vision impaired; STEM making including people who have a physical or cognitive disabilities; technology for anxiety detection and regulation.