ubiquitous computing, affective computing, AI for healthcare
Chongyang Wang is a PhD candidate at UCL interaction centre under the supervision of Prof. Nadia Berthouze and Dr. Nic Lane. Prof. Amanda Williams is acting as the tertiary supervisor who help enrich the theoretical basis from a clinical psychology perspective. Before joining UCL, he earned the B.Eng degree at Southwest University in China, under the supervision of Prof. Tong Chen. His research focuses on ubiquitous and affective computing for intelligent healthcare. Particularly, he has been working on intelligent rehabilitation for people with chronic pain since 2017. While finalizing his PhD, he is looking for faculty opportunities to develop this research, by moving from the lab to real life scenarios.