Robert Lewis

Affective Computing
  • Research Assistant

Rob Lewis is a research assistant in the Affective Computing. His research interests include affective computing, machine learning, recommender systems and privacy. He is passionate about finding ethical and engaging ways to apply these technologies to mental / behavioural health services.

Prior to MIT, Rob worked in industry, initially as a software project manager and then as a data scientist.

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

Rob Lewis is a research assistant in the Affective Computing. His research interests include affective computing, machine learning, recommender systems and privacy. He is passionate about finding ethical and engaging ways to apply these technologies to mental / behavioural health services.

Prior to MIT, Rob worked in industry, initially as a software project manager and then as a data scientist.

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