Semester begins. Teaching new class in the iSchool: INF385T Personal Informatics. Focus on concepts, practical methods, visualization, data collection and more.
First day at UT Austin. New office, colleagues and opportunities. Looking forward to 2016.
Thesis dissertation defense. Not a single glitch with teleconferencing setup used by remote committee members. Success.
Prepared and released dataset for eating detection work that accompanies Ubicomp 2015 paper. Lab and field data with over 30 participants in total.
It is official: I am starting as a Research Assistant Professor at The University of Texas at Austin in Spring 2016. I will be in the Electrical and Computer Engineering department and also teaching in the School of Information.
Attended the MD2K annual meeting in Memphis, TN. Excellent discussions about mobile health over equally excellent BBQ.
Ubicomp and ISWC conferences in Osaka, Japan. Great talks and papers, wonderful location.
Trip to Portland to Intel Science and Technology Center for Pervasive Computing (ISTC-PC) Annual Meeting. Good to see our friends and collaborators at Intel, University of Washington and Cornell.
Attended NSF Workshop on College Student Health at Northwestern University. Lots of exciting opportunities ahead.
Ubicomp and ISWC papers accepted. Preparing camera-ready.
Attended IUI 2015 in Atlanta this week, it was great to reconnect with friends. Icing on the cake: our paper was awarded best short paper at the conference.
My work in collaboration with UW colleagues about food journaling barriers has been named a Best of CHI 2015 paper.
Finished collecting data, data analysis begins. Preliminary results look good. Ubicomp deadline 3 weeks away.
My colleague Vinay Bettadapura has setup a project page for our work on automatic food recognition in restaurants leveraging contextual clues. This work was just presented at WACV 2015.
Notification of papers accepted at CHI and IUI. Hello 2015.