Amna Batool is a postdoctoral fellow at CSIRO's Data61. She is working on "Diversity and Inclusion in Artificial Intelligence" and "Requirements Engineering for Responsible Artificial Intelligence". Previously, Amna was a Ph.D. researcher at Deakin University's Faculty of Information Technology. She was working on "Human-Device Interaction Behaviours in IoT Collectives". During her last year of the Ph.D. program, Amna got selected for an International Education Resilience Fund to complete the project ‘Interaction Patterns for Human-Device Interaction Behavior in IoT Devices’.
Amna has received the IEEE Victorian Section's "Best research poster award" as well as the Deakin HDR conference's "Best presentation award." She's also a faculty finalist in the 3MT competition. She has been an HDR representative for the School of IT at Deakin University, a STEM Sisters ambassador, and an IEEE member in addition to her own research. She was also a member of the ASE 2020 and Generate22 2022 organizing teams.