ubiquitous computing, affective computing, AI for healthcare
Chongyang Wang obtained his Ph.D. degree at UCL interaction centre under the supervision of Prof. Nadia Berthouze (UCL) and Prof. Nic Lane (University of Cambridge). Prof. Amanda Williams (UCL) was acting as the tertiary supervisor who helped 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 focus on ubiquitous and affective computing for intelligent healthcare. He has been working on the intelligent rehabilitation for people with chronic pain since 2017. He is particularly interested in bodily movement sensing that could drive research in healthcare and beyond.
|Aug 31, 2022||My PhD thesis is online!|
|Aug 28, 2022||Invited as the reviewer for Nature Medicine!|
|Jul 17, 2022||One paper accepted by ACII’22!|
|May 3, 2022||Invited as the PC member for ACII’22!|
|Apr 20, 2022||Our first VideoQA study is accepted by IJCAI’22!|
|Feb 28, 2022||Defended my PhD thesis and passed with minor!|
|Apr 9, 2021||My first IMWUT paper is accepted!|
|Mar 7, 2021||Visiting AIRS at Shenzhen.|
|Feb 2, 2021||My first ACM Health paper is accepted!|