Dr Geremy Farr-Wharton

Postdoctoral Fellow In Human Computer Interaction

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Geremy Farr-Wharton is a postdoctoral social scientist in the CSIRO’s Australian eHealth Research Centre. His current focus provides qualitative leadership to a number of CSIRO projects, including the Total Knee Replacement (TKR) Project in eHealth, Future Cities in Land & Water, and the South Australian Power Networks (SAPN) Project in Energy. His expertise also position him to help support and drive a number of other key CSIRO projects and initiatives across Health & Biosecurity, Land & Water, and Energy, including Smarter Safer Homes, and the Western Sydney Project.
Geremy is a transdisciplinary mixed-methods researcher whose background stretches across a breadth of fields, such as Health, Energy, Food, Consumer Behaviour, Human Computer Interaction, Information Systems, and Computer Science. Geremy’s PhD explored aspects of Human Computer Interaction, Design and Consumer Behaviour to reduce domestic food waste in Australian homes. His previous Postdoctoral experiences have helped him to build strong ties with industry (nationally and internationally), including several tech start-ups, PricewaterhouseCoopers, Ernst and Young, and QMI Solutions. Through his Postdoctoral positions, Geremy has applied his skillset to some of the largest digital transformation projects in Australia.

Academic Qualifications

  • 2015

    Doctorate of Philosophy
    Queensland university of Technology

  • 2008

    Bachelor of Information Technology (Honours)
    Griffith University

  • 2006

    Bachelor of Information Technology
    Griffith University

Professional Experiences

  • 2017-2017

    Southern Cross University

  • 2016-2016

    Research Associate
    Newcastle University

  • 2014-2015

    Lecturer and Research Fellow
    Queensland University of Technology

  • 2014-2014

    Associate Lecturer
    Queensland University of Technology


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