Today, I gave a presentation at an IEEE EMBS (Engineering in Medicine and Biology Society) event. My talk was about Predicting Adherence to Ecological Momentary Assessments, and I presented our findings about the predictability of users of a smartphone app filling out questionnaires. Based on smartphone sensor data, we utilized machine learning to try to … Read more
Today, I successfully defended my PhD (Dr. rer. nat.) thesis “Integrating Psychoinformatics with Ubiquitous Social Networking Through Advanced Mobile-Sensing Concepts and Applications” and was graded with distinction (summa cum laude)! I am grateful for the committee: Prof. Dr. Axel Küpper, Prof. Dr. Rüdiger Pryss, Prof. Dr. Jöran Beel, and Prof. Dr. Sebastian Möller.
We presented TYDR and our first research results based on the collected data at the Long Night of Science in Berlin (German: Lange Nacht der Wissenschaften). Many visitors from all walks of life were curious to learn more about the app and our results. Additionally, we presented IC4F (Industrial Communication for Factories). For a non-technical … Read more
We presented TYDR at the Long Night of Science in Berlin (German: Lange Nacht der Wissenschaften). Many visitors from all walks of life were curious to learn more about our app and try the latest beta on our presentation phones. Their feedback will help use refine the app before we are releasing it on Google … Read more
I had the chance to collaborate with Prof. Jöran Beel and Prof. Akiko Aizawa at NII (National Institute of Informatics) in Tokyo, researching the number of recommendation that should be displayed – inviting clicks, but not overwhelming the user. After my stay in Tokyo, I traveled to Shanghai and Hong Kong to give presentations about … Read more