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Carter Sun

Carter Sun is a research assistant and PhD candidate at CAN Research, working under the joint supervision of Professor Alistair McEwan from the ARC Training Centre for Innovative BioEngineering and Professor Adam Guastella. His research focuses on developing machine learning algorithms to identify behavioural biomarkers, such as joint attention and eye contact, for autistic children with social delays.

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Biography

Carter obtained his Bachelor of Engineering (Honours) degree in Electrical from the University of Sydney.

 

While working at CAN Research, he has developed algorithms that support the collection, analysis and reporting of data. This includes working with clinical team members to develop streamlined, automated clinical reporting tools. 

In his free time, Carter enjoys hiking and reading.

Research interests

Research interests include:

- Machine learning algorithms

- Behavioural biomarkers of autism

Publication highlights

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