Gelareh Mohammadi is a senior lecturer at UNSW Sydney. She is working in Social Artificial Intelligence and Human Behavior Analysis domain. Her main research interests lie in the field of computational social science, an interdisciplinary field bridging computer science and social science, and more specifically she is interested in social signal processing and human behaviour understanding using AI and Signal processing to create socially-aware artificial intelligence.
2019- Selected as Australia’s Research Field Leader (top researcher) in Human-Computer Interaction in the Australian Research Report
2019- Best paper award in Affective Computing & Intelligent Interaction
2015- Nomination for the Most Influential Articles in IEEE Transactions for Affective Computing Journal
2013- Recipient of Google Anita Borg Memorial (Women Techmakers) Award