I recently completed my PhD at Queensland University of Technology (QUT) Australia, and have a passion for understanding and developing ways in which humans interact with new technologies, specifically medical robotic systems. Prior to completing my PhD I worked as a Mechatronic Engineer in a variety of industry postions, from developing robotic platforms used by the Australian Defence Force to radar-based safety accesories for vehicles. I enjoy hands-on research that allows me to utilise all of my skill sets, and provide new possibilities to end users.
The research I do at UCLiC involves working with a variety of clinicians on varying projects to help identify limitations and frustrations in their practices, and then to work alongside the clincians and engineers in developing solutions. This in turn allows clinicians to perform their tasks more effectively, which should result in better patient outcomes.
In my spare time I enjoy spending time with my family, creating with Lego, bike riding, camping, hiking, and playing board games.
|Jeremy Opie, S Jaufuraully, Fernandez C Salvadores, B Bagchi, A Desjardins, M Tiwari, Ann Blandford, D Siasakos||The Future of Neonatal Skull Suture Detection||2023||CHI '23: CHI Conference on Human Factors in Computing Systems, Conference paper (text); WISH - Symposium, Conference abstract/presentation slides, Hamburg|
|Berkel N Van, Jeremy Opie, OF Ahmad, L Lovat, D Stoyanov, Ann Blandford||Initial Responses to False Positives in AI-Supported Continuous Interactions: A Colonoscopy Case Study||2022||The ACM Transactions on Interactive Intelligent Systems, Journal article|
|S Turkay, K Letheren, Jeremy Opie, R Crawford, J Roberts, AT Jaiprakash||The effects of gender, age, and videogame experience on performance and experiences with a surgical robotic arm: an exploratory study with general public (Jul, 10.1007/s11701-021-01287-4, 2021)||2022||JOURNAL OF ROBOTIC SURGERY, Journal article|
|C Selden, E Erro, T Brookshaw, E Zotova, Silva JM da, SS Farid, Jeremy Opie, B Fuller||Tissue Engineering: Late Breaking Abstract: HEPATICAN™: A COMBINED CELL THERAPY AND MEDICAL DEVICE TO TREAT PATIENTS WITH LIVER FAILURE||2022||Conference abstract/presentation slides|
|R Bednarik, Ann Blandford, F Feng, A Huotarinen, M Iso-Mustajärvi, A Lee, F Nicolosi, Jeremy Opie, Soojeong Yoo, B Zheng||Integration of Human Factors in Surgery: Interdisciplinary Collaboration in Design, Development, and Evaluation of Surgical Technologies||2022||CHI '22: CHI Conference on Human Factors in Computing Systems, Conference paper (text)|
|S Thompson, T Dowrick, M Ahmad, Jeremy Opie, M Clarkson||Are fiducial registration error and target registration error correlated? SciKit-SurgeryFRED for teaching and research.||2021||Medical Imaging: Image-Guided Procedures, Robotic Interventions, and Modeling, Conference paper (text), San Diego USA|
|Jeremy Opie, M Bellio, Rhys Williams, M Sussman, P Voegele, J Welch, Ann Blandford||Requirements for a Dashboard to Support Quality Improvement Teams in Pain Management||2021||Frontiers in Big Data, Journal article|
|C Wilson, L Sitbon, B Ploderer, Jeremy Opie, M Brereton||Self-Expression by Design: Co-Designing the ExpressiBall with Minimally-Verbal Children on the Autism Spectrum||2020||CHI '20: CHI Conference on Human Factors in Computing Systems, Conference paper (text)|
|G Hamilton, L Swann, V Pandey, C-L Moyle, Jeremy Opie, A Dawson||Horizon Scanning: Opportunities for New Technologies and Industries||2019||Report|
|Jeremy Opie, A Jaiprakash, B Ploderer, M Brereton, J Roberts||Towards Surgical Robots: Understanding Interaction Challenges in Knee Surgery||2019||OZCHI'19: 31ST AUSTRALIAN CONFERENCE ON HUMAN-COMPUTER-INTERACTION, Conference paper (text)|
|Jeremy Opie, A Jaiprakash, B Ploderer, R Crawford, M Brereton, J Roberts||Understanding the Challenges and Needs of Knee Arthroscopy Surgeons to Inform the Design of Surgical Robots||2018||30th Australian Conference on Computer-Human Interaction (OzCHI), Conference paper (text), Melbourne, AUSTRALIA|
|Jeremy Opie||Development of interfaces for orthopaedic surgeons to control minimally invasive surgical robots during knee arthroscopy||1900||Thesis / Dissertation|