Shane Morris joins BARD as a consultant in user experience and usability. He has significant experience in the design and evaluation of interactive systems across a range of platforms, working with such organisations as Microsoft, Cochlear, Qantas and Telstra. Shane has taught UX skills and mentored teams across Australia and around the world.
Dr Michael Wybrow
Michael is a Senior Lecturer in the Faculty of Information Technology and a member of the Immersive Analytics group. His research interests include document and diagram (network) layout, connector routing, information visualisation, geometric layout constraints, software usability, user experience and interaction design. Michael will contribute expertise on network layout and interactions design to the BARD project.
Shreshth is a Research Assistant on the BARD Project. He is a graduate from Monash University with a Master of Information Technology (Honours) specialising in Data Management and Intelligent Systems. His honours research project on “Bayesian Decision Networks for Management of Latent Tuberculosis” included Bayesian modelling, Bayesian decision making and risk analysis.