Edison Thomaz

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April 2019

We are actively looking for UT undergrads and master students to join our group. If you are interested in doing research in wearable computing, mobile health, HCI, activity recognition, and predictive health, check this.

March 2019

I am excited that I was awarded a 2-year Experiential Learning Initiative grant to re-design and update our software design and implementation class.

March 2019

We got one paper accepted at IUI 2019 and another at IMWUT. These papers will be presented at IUI 2019 in Los Angeles and Ubicomp 2019 in London.

April 2018

We are excited to announce that we have been awarded a Google Faculty Research Award. Over the next year, we will explore how conversational assistants such as Google Home can be used in biobehavior research.

February 2018

We will be presenting our most recent work in automated dietary assessment at Ubicomp 2018: Detecting Eating Episodes by Tracking Jawbone Movements with a Non-Contact Wearable Sensor, by Chun, Bhattacharya, and Thomaz.

November 2017

We got a privacy journal article accepted for IMWUT: Mitigating Bystander Privacy Concerns in Egocentric Activity Recognition with Deep Learning and Intentional Image Degradation. This work will be featured at Ubicomp 2018.

September 2017

We have a new home: our lab is now located on the 7th floor of the new Engineering and Education Research Center (EERC or simply EER) building, located at Speedway and Dean Keeton.

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