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Shu Wei

BSc(Hons), MRes

DPhil Student

I am currently a DPhil student based in the O-CAP team, supervised by Dr. Aitor Rovira and Professor Daniel Freeman.

Lie at the intersection of human-computer interaction and clinical psychology, my research focuses on using the virtual human character to deliver affective psychotherapy in virtual reality (VR). I am especially looking at the use of emotional facial expression in virtual human, with the aim to construct a trustworthy VR therapist for clinical application through the blended practice of psychiatric research, VR programming and 3D animation.