Two days ago I did my CHI presentation (you can find it here: CHI2016_finalversion) about my paper Crowd-Designed Motivation: Motivational Messages for Exercise Adherence Based on Behavior Change Theory (you can find it here: paper). The session was quite popular I think (guesstimate: 250 people) with some thought-provoking questions and discussion!
I’m in San Jose for the CHI 2016 conference, where I will present work I’ve done for a full paper (Crowd-Designed Motivation: Motivational Messages for Exercise Adherence Based on Behavior Change Theory) on Monday morning (09/05)! If you’re coming to CHI and interested in crowdsourcing, behavior change, or motivational technology, come to my session/talk (in LL 20 D from 11:30 tot 12:50)!
I’m at PERSUASIVE 2016 in Salzburg at the moment, which so far has been quite amazing. I presented my full paper yesterday (you can find it: here) which (I think ;)) sparked some interesting questions!
Yesterday (29/03/2016) I did a two hour presentation on Social Robots for the CuSo 55+ (website) in Losser (Some local media coverage: here and here – I should really be more picky on what photo to use ;)). Even though the topic isn’t my main area of research I think the presentation went well and it stirred up some interesting discussion🙂
Hooray, another chance to make a first post after I accidentally lost my previous website🙂 Luckily, my previous first post was terrible, so it should be easy to beat that, right?