My research interests lie in the areas of Mobile & Ubiquitous Computing, Mobile Sensing, Crowd Sensing and Human-Computer Interaction. In the past, I have also been interested in robotics (Human-Robot Interaction).
Our work "Typical Phone Use Habits: Intense Use Does Not Predict Negative Well-Being" will be presented at MobileHCI 2018, Sept 3-6 in Barcelona, Spain.
Part of our work “Walking in Sync: Two is Company, Three’s a Crowd” has been demonstrated in this year’s Royal Institution Christmas Lectures at BBC Four.
Our work "Beyond interruptibility: predicting opportune moments to engage mobile phone users" will be presented at UbiComp 2017, Sept 11-15 in Maui, Hawaii. Read more about it in Martin Pielot's blog post.