Publications

In Human-Computer Interaction (HCI) research, top-tier conferences are highly selective with often less than 30% acceptance rate. Papers in those conferences are considered as top research contributions with impact comparable to journal articles.

This page lists my most recent work. My cv provides a complete listing with more details (e.g., acceptance rate).

Book chapter

  • Circadian Computing: sensing, modeling, and maintaining Biological Rhythms
    Mobile Health (Springer), 2017 • [project] • [doi] • [pdf]

Journal Articles

  • Personalized stress monitoring: a smartphone-enabled system for quantification of salivary cortisol
    Personal and Ubiquitous Computing (Springer) • [project] • [doi] • [pdf]

  • Sensing technologies for monitoring serious mental illnesses
    IEEE Multimedia, 2018 • [project] • [doi] • [pdf]

  • Semi-automated tracking: a balanced approach for self-monitoring applications
    IEEE Pervasive Computing, 2017 • [project] • [doi] • [pdf]

  • Development and evaluation of a smartphone-based measure of social rhythms for bipolar disorder
    Assessment, 2016 • [project] • [doi] • [pdf]

  • Automatic detection of social rhythms in bipolar disorder
    JAMIA, 2015 • [project] • [doi] • [pdf]

  • Mobile behavioral sensing for outpatients and inpatients with schizophrenia
    Psychiatric Services, 2015 • [project] • [doi] • [pdf]

  • Tracking mental well-being: balancing rich sensing and patient needs
    IEEE Computer, 2014 • [project] • [doi] • [pdf]

Conference Papers

  • AlertnessScanner: What Do Your Pupils Tell About Your Alertness
    MobileHCI, 2018 • [project] • [doi] • [pdf]

  • Understanding challenges in prehabilitation for patients with multiple chronic conditions
    Pervasive Health, 2018 • [project] • [doi] • [pdf]

  • Cognitive rhythms: Unobtrusive and continuous sensing of alertness using a mobile phone
    UbiComp, 2016 • [project] • [doi] • [pdf]

  • Shining (blue) light on creative ability
    UbiComp, 2016 • [project] • [doi] • [pdf]

  • CrossCheck: Toward passive sensing and detection of mental health changes in people with schizophrenia
    UbiComp, 2016 • [project] • [doi] • [pdf]

  • Mobile manifestations of alertness: Connecting biological rhythms with patterns of smartphone app use
    MobileHCI, 2016 • [project] • [doi] • [pdf]

  • Detecting and capitalizing on physiological dimensions of psychiatric illness
    PhyCS, 2016 • [project] • [doi] • [pdf]

  • Social (media) jet lag: How usage of social technology can modulate and reflect circadian rhythms
    UbiComp, 2015 • [project] • [doi] • [pdf]

  • In-situ design for mental illness: considering the pathology of bipolar disorder in mHealth design
    MobileHCI, 2015 • [project] • [doi] • [pdf]

  • Collective smile: measuring societal happiness from geolocated images
    CSCW, 2015 • [project] • [doi] • [pdf]

  • MoodLight: Exploring personal and social implications of ambient display of biosensor data
    CSCW, 2015 • [project] • [doi] • [pdf]

  • Towards Circadian Computing: “early to bed and early to rise” makes some of us unhealthy and sleep deprived
    UbiComp, 2014 • [project] • [doi] • [pdf]

  • Towards population scale activity recognition: a scalable framework for handling data diversity
    AAAI, 2012 • [project] • [link] • [pdf]

  • An epidemic model for news spreading on twitter
    ICTAI, 2011 • [project] • [doi] • [pdf]

Workshop Papers and Abstracts

  • Conversational agents to provide couple therapy for patients with PTSD
    Pervasive Health, 2018 (WellBeCoach) • [project] • [doi] • [pdf]

  • Supporting constructive mental health discourse in social media
    Pervasive Health, 2018 (Design4Diversity) • [project] • [doi] • [pdf]

  • Assessing mental health issues on college campuses: preliminary findings from a pilot study
    UbiComp, 2016 • [project] • [doi] • [pdf]

  • Towards circadian computing: a sensing & intervention framework for body clock friendly technology
    UbiComp, 2015 (Doctoral Colloquium) • [project] • [doi] • [pdf]

  • Circadian Computing: Towards bodyclock friendly technology
    HCIC: Human Computer Interaction Consortium Workshop, 2014 • [project] • [pdf]

  • Biological rhythms and technology
    CHI, 2014 • [project] • [doi] • [pdf]

  • Light, color, affect, and stress
    4S: Society for Social Studies of Science, 2013

  • Clockwise: inferring chronotype and daily patterns from smartphone use
    UbiComp, 2013 (Doctoral Colloquium) • [project] • [pdf]

Posters and Demos

  • Automatic detection of social rhythms in bipolar disorder via smartphone
    American College of Neuropsychopharmacology, 2015 • [project] • [pdf]

  • SAINT: a scalable sensing and inference toolkit
    ACM HotMobile, 2015 • [pdf]

  • Towards circadian computing: “early to bed and early to rise” makes some of us unhealthy and sleep deprived
    Intel Science and Technology Center for Pervasive Computing (ISTC-PC), 2014 • [project] • [pdf]

  • Developing a smartphone app to monitor mood, social rhythms, sleep and social activity: technology to support effective management of bipolar disorder
    American College of Neuropsychopharmacology (ACNP), 2013 • [project] • [pdf]

  • MoodRhythm: Tracking and supporting daily rhythms
    Interactive demo in UbiComp, 2013 • [project] • [doi] • [pdf]

  • Towards population scale activity recognition: a framework for handling data diversity
    Intel Science and Technology Center for Pervasive Computing (ISTC-PC), 2012 • [project]