Dr Dingyun Zhu

Dingyun is a Research Fellow at the Research School of Computer Science in the Australian National University. His research addresses the design and evaluation of natural interaction enhanced user interfaces for various user applications. Examples of natural interaction modes include human eye gaze, head motion, and gestures. Augmenting traditional control interfaces (which use input devices such as joysticks, keyboards and mice) with these natural interaction modes offer the possibility of creating machine control interfaces that are easier to learn, and provide more effective control of complex machinery than traditional systems.

Research Description

Dingyun is a Research Fellow at the Research School of Computer Science in the Australian National University. His research addresses the design and evaluation of natural interaction enhanced user interfaces for various user applications. Examples of natural interaction modes include human eye gaze, head motion, and gestures. Augmenting traditional control interfaces (which use input devices such as joysticks, keyboards and mice) with these natural interaction modes offer the possibility of creating machine control interfaces that are easier to learn, and provide more effective control of complex machinery than traditional systems.

Research Outline

I'm exploring novel user interfaces or interaction modes in Human Computer Interaction, particularly looking at importing natural human interaction such as eye gaze, head movements and gestures as alternative user inputs for various applications.

Chinese Government Award for Outstanding Self- financed Chinese Stu- dents Study Abroad

Dingyun Zhu received the Chinese Government Award for Outstanding Self-financed Chinese Stu- dents Study Abroad in 2010, China Scholarship Council (CSC).

CSIRO ICT Centre Publication Award

Dingyun Zhu received the...

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