Xuanying Zhu


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Learner. Sharer. Piano player.#

Xuanying Zhu is a researcher and lecturer at 3Ai within the School of Cybernetics. Xuanying completed her PhD at the Australian National University focusing on using human body signals and machine learning algorithms to recognise affect. During her PhD journey, she has also been heavily involved with lecturing and tutoring activities in website development and human-computer-interaction.

Prior to her PhD, Xuanying received a Bachelor of Software Engineering and a Master of Computing with first-class honours. She then worked as a software engineer, designing and developing solutions for construction workers.

In her spare time, she plays the piano in an aged care, covers pop and anime songs with friends, observes birds and animals in the wild, and tries to learn how to hike a mountain.

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