职称:Assistant Professor

办公地址办公地址:C1325, Zhili Building, Canghai Campus


邮箱地址邮箱地址: yweiaj@szu.edu.cn


研究领域研究领域(必填项):Multisensory integration and motion sickness, brain network analysis, brain inspired artificial intelligence algorithms

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  • Biography
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Isabella WEI Yue

Affiliation:  School of PsychologyShenzhen University

E-mail:    yweiaj@szu.edu.cn;


Research Gate:  https://www.researchgate.net/profile/Yue_Wei4


2014-2018 Ph.D. Bioengneering Hong Kong University of Science and Technology(HKUST)

2009-2013 B.S. Psychology   Beijing Normal University (BNU)


Work Experience          

2022-present Assistant Professor  Shenzhen University

2018-2021 Postdoc researcher  Incus Company Ltd (Hong Kong Science & Technology Parks)

2017 Intern Brain Science Institute, RIKEN (Japan)

Research Interest            

Multisensory integration and motion sickness, brain network analysis, brain inspired artificial intelligence algorithms

Students interested in related topics are welcomed to join our lab, please contact: yweiaj@szu.edu.cn;

Selected Publications      

Wei, Y., Okazaki, Y. O., So, R. H., Chu, W. C., & Kitajo, K. (2019). Motion sickness-susceptible participants exposed to coherent rotating dot patterns show excessive N2 amplitudes and impaired theta-band phase synchronization. NeuroImage, 202, 116028.

Wei, Y., Zheng, J., & So, R. H. (2018). Allocating less attention to central vision during vection is correlated with less motion sickness. Ergonomics, 61(7), 933-946.

Wei, Y., Zheng, J.Y. & So, R.H.Y. (2017). Duration of vection generated by rotating dot patterns in peripheral correlates with VEP suppression in central visual field. Journal of Vision. 2017, 17(10):597-597. doi: 10.1167/17.10.597.

Wei, Y., Fu, X.J., & So, R.H.Y. (2017). Does your attention allocation affect how motion sick you can get? Contemporary Ergonomics & Human Factors 2017.

Wei, Y., Bao, B., So, R. H., & Wong, K. M. (2015). Heading Discrimination Thresholds and Lateral Heading Detection Thresholds When Exposed to Low-frequency Linear Motion. Proceedings of the Human Factors and Ergonomics Society Annual Meeting, Vol. 59, No. 1, pp. 1341-1345.

Wang, Y.X., Du, B., WEI, Y. and So, R.H.Y. (in press) Visually induced roll circular vection: Do effects of stimulation velocity differ for supine and upright participants? Accepted for Frontier in Virtual Reality. Special Issue on Cybersickness.

Bohan Chen, He Wang, Yue Wei, Richard H.Y. So (2020). Truth-to-Estimate Ratio Mask: A Post-Processing Method for Speech Enhancement Direct at Low Signal-to-Noise Ratios. 2020 IEEE International Conference on Acoustics, Speech and Signal Processing (ICASSP).

Hui, J., Wei, Y., Chen, S. T., & So, R. H. Y. (2019). Effects of base-frequency and spectral envelope on deep-learning speech separation and recognition models. Proc. Interspeech 2019, 634-638.

So, R. H. Y., Wei, Y., & Chen, D. J. Z. (2017). Vection provoked by visual oscillation: Is frequency the major determining factor? In Consumer Electronics (GCCE), 2017 IEEE 6th Global Conference on (pp. 1-2). IEEE.

Fu, X.J., Wei, Y. Chen D., & So, R.H.Y. (2017). Interaction Effect of Frequency, Velocity and Amplitude on Perceived Vection Magnitude for Yaw Visual Oscillation. Journal of Vision, 17(10), 364-364. doi: 10.1167/17.10.364.

Guo, C.C.T., Chen, D.J.Z., Wei, I.Y. and So, R.H.Y. (2017) Correlations between individual susceptibility to visually induced motion sickness and decaying time constant of after-nystagmus, Applied Ergonomics, 63, 1-8.


1Signal processing in digital television, television sets, devices and storage media. Authorized in 2022. Application no. : 201911174553.8

2Signal processing methods, electronic equipment, devices and storage media. Application Number: 201911174502.5

HONORS & AWARD            

2018  Winner, Research Award, Hong Kong Medical and Healthcare Device Industries Association

2017  Special Award, Sience Toy Design Competition (Hong Kong)

2017 Overseas Research Awards: HEC Sponsorship Scheme

2015-2017 Excellent Teaching Assistant, Hong Kong University of Science and Technology

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