I am looking for students interested in doing a PhD with me at the Computer and Information Sciences, Northumbria University (UK). The research topics should focus on applied machine learning in biomedical data. Please get in touch if you are interested.
Since September 2022, I am a Lecturer in Artificial Intelligence at the Computer and Information Sciences, Northumbria University (UK). Before that, I was a postdoctoral researcher working on the IDEA-FAST project (€40 million) to identify digital endpoints and biomarkers of sleep disturbance and fatigue in the OpenLab at the School of Computing, University of Newcastle upon Tyne. I also had a chance to be a visiting scientist at the MRC Epidemiology Unit, University of Cambridge, working with Dr Søren Brage on the project of wrist-worn accelerometer-based human activity recognition.
I received my PhD degree from the School of Computing, University of Newcastle upon Tyne, working with Dr Yu Guan in 2023. My research focuses on automated sleep stage monitoring using ubiquitous computing technologies.
I investigate topics in machine learning/deep learning and signal processing. I am particularly interested in time series data analysis, e.g., biosignal analysis, computational behaviour analysis and healthcare applications. I am also interested in AI for good, computer vision and audio/speech analysis.
- 21 May 2023: (New) One paper accepted to Digital Health.
- 16 Feb 2023: (New) One paper accepted to Ubicomp 2023 (core A*).
- 10 Dec 2022: (New) Temporal Neighborhood based Self-supervised Pre-training Model for Sleep Stages Classification accepted to ICBBT