Portrait of Jochen Meyer

Jochen Meyer is director of the R&D division Health at OFFIS Institute for Information Technology in Oldenburg, Germany. He is an active researcher in personal health, has organized multiple workshops, was local chair of PervasiveHealth 2014, workshop chair of IEEE International Conference on Healthcare Informatics 2016, and is associate editor of the Journal of Healthcare Informatics Research.

Portrait of Daniel EpsteinDaniel Epstein is a Ph.D. Student in Computer Science & Engineering at the University of Washington and a member of the DUB group. He studies the design of personal informatics and self-tracking tools to integrate into people’s everyday lives through surveying people’s ongoing practices and implementing new technology.

 

Portrait of Parisa EslambolchilarParisa Eslambolchilar is a Senior Lecturer (Associate Prof) in the School of Computer Science and Informatics, Cardiff University. She has organized multiple ACM workshops on behavior changes using ubiquitous computing and she is the guest editor of the Springer Pervasive and Ubiquitous Computing (PUC) theme issue journal Persuasion, Influence, Nudge, and Coercion using UbiComp. She has received multiple research fundings from the UK government to conduct research in health and wellbeing (total £1.2m in the past 10 years).

Portrait of Judy KayJudy Kay is Professor of Computer Science and leads the Human Centred Technology Cluster at the University of Sydney. Her research areas are in human computer interaction (HCI) and ubiquitous computing (Ubicomp). She is Editor-in-Chief of IJAIED (Intl J of Artificial Intelligence in Education), Associate Editor for ACM IMWUT, Interactive, Mobile, Wearable and Ubiquitous Technologies and ACM TiiS (Tran on Intelligent Interactive Systems) and has served on Programme Committees of several HCI conferences including CHI.

Portrait of Lie Ming TangLie Ming Tang is a Ph.D. student at the School of Information Technology at the University of Sydney.  His research focuses on the use of trackers to promote long term health and well-being.  His past research projects include analyzing long term physical activity tracker data for large cohorts of users and designing learning dashboards for existing long term trackers.

 

Contact: longtermtracking@offis.de