Prof. Anna Ma-Wyatt


Prof. Ma-Wyatt was trained in experimental psychology and vision science. She studies how people use visual information to interact with the world, and is especially interested in the deployment of attention with hand and eye movements, and eye-hand coordination. She currently works on human-autonomy teaming and human-AI interaction, often with industry collaborators. Her work has been supported by the Australian Research Council, the National Health and Medical Research Council and the Department of Defence, amongst others. She is a past president of the Australian Experimental Psychology Society. Ma-Wyatt is currently a Professor in the School of Psychology at the University of Adelaide, and is co-Director of the CNRS IRL CROSSING.