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Cat Kutay is descended from seafarers of Aboriginal and Celtic origin. Cat is a Lecturer in the Faculty of Science and Technology at Charles Darwin University. She works with Aboriginal communities for two-way learning in engineering and IT projects, including language learning and story sharing as a way for Aboriginal culture and knowledge to be acknowledged and integrated into Australian engineering approaches.
She is a Computer and Electrical Engineer. She manages projects developing software for online learning, such as through simulations of renewable energy systems to train in demand management and web services for Indigenous Knowledge sharing. In particular she develops online and blended learning resources using narrative techniques, simulations, games and multimedia to provide more immersive techniques and practice-based learning.
Dr Kutay has researched agent support for online group learning based on student interaction patterns to develop rule based system suitable for low data modelling, and works with machine learning models for language processing
Cat Kutay's research is in the areas of: Indigenous knowledge management; Machine Learning for Language Analysis; Human Computer Interaction for presenting information for exploration and pattern matching; and Artificial agents for emergent narrative in games.
Specific research domains include:
- Data Management and Visualisation through web interfaces
- Web Services for online sharing and integration of multimedia-based knowledge using in cross-cultural training
- Languge processing for supporting learning by teachers and students in Indigenous languages
- Indigenous Technology – ICT for Knowledge Management and new approach for development of Engineering Solutions
- Indigenous Knowledge online – language, teaching and storytelling
- Sustainable Engineering in management and technology
- Simulation Games using Artificial Agents for Emergent Narratives
- Group Learning Technologies
- Engineering and Design Process
PhD, Implementation Patterns for Supporting Learning and Group Interactions., University of New South Wales
Award Date: 1 May 2006
Honorary Visiting Scholar, UTS University of Technology Sydney
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2021 Rainmaker Start-up: Application of AR (Augmented Reality) and VR (Virtual Reality) techniques in construction training in remote communities
Rajabipour, A., Kutay, C., Ford, L., De Boer, F., Fudge, M., Russell, J., Gallagher, C. & Hromek, M.
6/08/21 → 31/12/22
3D printing for remote housing: Benefits and challengesBazli, M., Ashrafi, H., Rajabipour, A. & Kutay, C., Apr 2023, In: Automation in Construction. 148, p. 1-19 19 p., 104772.
Research output: Contribution to journal › Review article › peer-reviewOpen AccessFile41 Downloads (Pure)
5 Indigenous engineering feats you should know aboutKutay, C., 23 Mar 2023, The Conversation 1 p.
Research output: Contribution to specialist publication › Article
Factors to be considered in the design of indigenous communities' houses, with a focus on Australian first nation housing in the Northern TerritoryRajabipour, A., Kutay, C., Guenther, J. & Bazli, M., Nov 2023, In: Development Engineering. 8, p. 1-12 12 p., 100109.
Research output: Contribution to journal › Article › peer-reviewOpen AccessFile10 Downloads (Pure)
Re-articulating North-South Collaborations in HCITalhouk, R., Alabdulqader, E., Kutay, C., Awori, K., Wong-Villacrés, M., Kumar, N., Zaman, T., Wulf, V., Almeraj, Z. & Lazem, S., 19 Apr 2023, CHI 2023 - Extended Abstracts of the 2023 CHI Conference on Human Factors in Computing Systems. Association for Computing Machinery, Inc, p. 1-4 4 p. 528. (Conference on Human Factors in Computing Systems - Proceedings).
Research output: Chapter in Book/Report/Conference proceeding › Conference Paper published in Proceedings › peer-reviewOpen Access
Aboriginal Design ProcessKutay, C., Brown, P., Cheng, E. & Lindeck, J., 2022, Design Praxiology and Phenomenology: Understanding Ways of Knowing through Inventive Practices. Tan, L. & Kim, B. (eds.). 1 ed. Singapore: Springer Nature Switzerland AG, p. 147-170 24 p.
Research output: Chapter in Book/Report/Conference proceeding › Chapter › peer-reviewOpen Access