Robert Lewis

Affective Computing
  • Research Assistant

Rob joined the Affective Computing group in September 2020. He works at the intersection of healthcare and AI, with a focus on mental health. His work spans machine learning, computer science, sensing & biosignal processing (including EDA and voice), human-computer interaction, game design, medicine,  and psychology.

Prior to MIT, Rob worked as a management consultant (Oliver Wyman), where he led project teams to design and deliver enterprise-grade software in the healthcare and finance industries.

He has a degree in Chemistry from the University of Oxford (MChem) and a degree in Computing Science from Imperial College London (MSc).

Rob joined the Affective Computing group in September 2020. He works at the intersection of healthcare and AI, with a focus on mental health. His work spans machine learning, computer science, sensing & biosignal processing (including EDA and voice), human-computer interaction, game design, medicine,  and psychology.

Prior to MIT, Rob worked as a management consultant (Oliver Wyman), where he led project teams to design and deliver enterprise-grade software in the healthcare and finance industries.

He has a degree in Chemistry from the University of Oxford (MChem) and a degree in Computing Science from Imperial College London (MSc).