Mynatt at 2018 AAAS Annual Meeting |
February 14, 2018
Beth is traveling to Austin, TX this week to participate in the Annual American Association for the Advancement of Science (AAAS). In collaboration with Ann Drobnis, they organized the session Transforming Cities, Transportation, and Agriculture with Intelligent Infrastructure. This builds on the momentum from her recent congressional testimony. To learn more about the session, click here. Way to go Beth!
Pater invited to present at CHIM 2018 |
February 2, 2018
Jessica has been invited to present her work on Defining Digital Self-harm at the 2018 Consumer Health Informatics in the Midwest Meeting next Saturday (2/10) in Fort Wayne, IN. This workshop will start a dialogue between consumer health informatics researchers, beginning with scholars who are located close to one another geographically. The purpose of the meeting will be to share information about ongoing projects and explore collaborative opportunities. Congrats Jessica!
Mynatt to Give Distinguished Lecture at Brown University |
February 1, 2018
Beth will give a Distinguished Lecture next Thursday (2/8) at Brown University, Rethinking Ubiquitous Computing to Transform Healthcare. In this talk, she will draw from a number of research projects that integrate computing research, human-centered design, and health management theory to create promising approaches for promoting wellness, supporting behavior change and delivering improved health outcomes.
Update: Click here to watch Beth in action!
Mynatt Goes to Washington! |
January 30, 2018
Led by moderate Dan Lopresti, Beth along with Henning Schulzrinne, Matt Wansley, and Nadya Bliss served on a panel representing computing researchers in academia and industry, making the case for intelligent infrastructure to congressmen, congressional staffers, and other stakeholders. They argued that while infrastructure needs are critical, it would be shortsighted to simply replicate more of what we have. Intelligent infrastructure is the deep embedding of sensing, computing, and communications capabilities into traditional urban and rural physical infrastructures such as roads, buildings, bridges, pipelines, water and electric distribution systems for the purpose of increasing efficiency, resiliency, and safety. To read more about this testimony, click here.
Jessica to participate in Research Ethics Panel at the ACM GROUP conference |
December 20, 2017
The ACM GROUP conference will convene next month for their bi-annual conference. Jessica, in collaboration with Casey Fiesler (UC Boulder), Michael Muller (IBM Research), Pernille Bjorn (Univ. Copenhagen), and Pamela Wisniewski (Univ. Central Florida) will hold a Research Ethics panel. This is the first ever panel for the GROUP conference. To learn more about what they will be talking about, click here.
Congratulations Maia!! |
December 13, 2017
Recent ECL alumna Maia Jacobs has been selected as the newest Center for Research on Computation and Society (CRCS) Postdoctoral Fellow at Harvard University. CRCS is housed in the John A. Paulson School of Engineering and Applied Sciences. She is currently working with Gordon McKay Professor of Computer Science, Krzysztof Gajos. Congratulations Maia!!
Mynatt to Give Informatics Colloquium Lecture at Indiana University Bloomington |
November 25, 2017
Beth will give the Indiana University Informatics Colloquium Lecture next week, Bridging Ubiquitous Computing and Personal Health Informatics to Transform Healthcare. In the talk, she will discuss how healthcare for chronic disease is the dominant cost for many healthcare systems, now and for the foreseeable future. The unique capabilities of pervasive computing technologies have the potential to transform healthcare by shifting care from institutional to home settings, by helping individuals engage in their own care, by facilitating problem solving and decision making, and by creating a network of communication and collaboration channels that extends healthcare delivery to everyday settings. To learn more about the event, click here.
Mynatt to Give Distinguished Lecture at the University of Toronto |
November 15, 2017
Beth will give the C.C. "Kelly" Gotlieb Distinguished Lecture next week, Ubiquitous Computing Approaches in Personalized Healthcare. In this talk, she will draw from a number of research projects that integrate computing research, human-centered design, and health management theory to create promising approaches for promoting wellness, supporting behavior change and delivering improved health outcomes. To learn more about the event, click here.
Maia Selected as a 2017 Stanford Rising Star in EECS! |
November 6, 2017
Maia was recently selected as a 2017 Stanford Rising Star in EECS. This workshop brings top graduate and postdoc women in EECS together for scientific discussions and informal sessions aimed at navigating the early stages of an academic career. To learn more about this prestigious workshop, click here. Congratulations Maia!
ECL @ AMIA 2017 |
November 3, 2017
ECL lab members will be participating at the Workshop on Interactive Systems in Health WISH) at AMIA this year. Jon will present his work on Mobile App Review for Epilepsy Self-Management". For more information, click here. Jessica is presenting a poster on Interactive Systems in Behavioral and Mental Health. The workshop will take place on November 4th in Washington D.C.