Research Projects

Computational Modeling of Human Rhythms

A newly funded NSF project, more details will follow soon.

Campus Life, Assessment of Student Health and Success 

A cross-institution collaboration with multiple universities incl. Georgia Tech, Cornell, Dartmouth, Carnegie Mellon, and the University of Washington to assess students health and performance from passive mobile data. Led two semester-long data collection studies with 450 undergraduate students at CMU.

Context-aware Peer to Peer Exchange

An NSF funded project in collaboration with Penn State University and PARC to connect people in communities and help them exchange services and resources through a context-aware mobile infrastructure.

NeighborGenie App for transportshare:

Tiramisu Transit

A crowd-powered transit information system to improve users’ transit experiences and transit accessibility

Detection of Behavior Change in People with Major Depression 

CMU 2012 - 2013 

Detection and Computational Analysis of Psychological Signals. Detecting the onset of depression using smartphones.

Toss'N'Turn: Detection of Sleep Duration and Quality

CMU 2012 - 2013 

MONARCA (MONitoring, treAtment and pRediCtion of bipolAr Disorder Episodes)

IT University of Copenhagen, 2011 - 2012 

Collaboration with 12 European research partners incl. ETH Zurich, CreateNET, and University of Passau, review/monarca/

Activity-Based Computing

IT University of Copenhagen, 2008 - 2011 

A new paradigm for Desktop and Ubiquitous Computing. See a recent video by Phd students who continued working on the project:

YouTube Video

Bewell App

Dartmouth College, 2010 

Assisting people in maintaining a healthy lifestyle by automatically keeping track of their everyday behaviors. In collaboration with the People Computing Lab at Dartmouth College

YouTube Video