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Department Seminar Series: Tanzeem Choudhury, Using Smartphones to Sense, Assess, and Improve Well-Being

Friday, April 11, 2014
12:00 AM
2245 North Quad Building

This Seminar is part of an interdisciplinary seminar series called "Pushing Mobile Interventions Forward", as part of A Distinguished Faculty and Graduate Seminar Series. Assistant Professor of Statistics Ambuj Tewari is hosting this series.

Abstract:  The people-aware computing group at Cornell has been developing techniques to cheaply, accurately, and continuously collect data on daily human behavior, social interactions, and context. This data is subsequently leveraged to provide targeted, personalized and effective feedback to promote better mental and physical health in individuals. In this talk I will give an overview of our work on turning sensor-enabled mobile phones into well-being monitors and instruments for administering real-time/real-place interventions. 

Tanzeem Choudhury is an associate professor in Information Science at Cornell University and directs the People-Aware Computing group. She received her Ph.D. from the Media Laboratory at MIT and BS in Electrical Engineering from University of Rochester. Tanzeem was awarded the MIT Technology Review TR35 award in 2008, NSF CAREER award and TED Fellowship in 2009.