Call for Papers

Investigating human-computer behaviours needs to be addressed as a research community effort. In this workshop, we expect to harvest experiences, challenges, and outcomes in collecting and augmenting sensor collected data and in creating tools that collect or leverage this information. We wish to generate discussion between individuals interested in data collection and leveraging it in human behavioural studies. We invite submissions from researchers and from industry with interests in following topics:

-Devices and techniques: Design, architecture, usage and evaluation of mobile devices and techniques that create valuable new capabilities for identifying human behaviour;
-Systems and infrastructures: Design, architecture, usage and evaluation of mobile systems and infrastructures that support behavioural studies;
-Applications: Design and/or study of how mobile applications can leverage other ubiquitous devices, systems and applications;
-Methodologies and tools: New methods and tools that are applied on studies or building novel mobile ubiquitous systems and applications;
-Theories and models: Critical analysis or organizing theory with relevance to the design or study of mapping digital data to behavioural patterns;
-Experiences: Empirical investigations on the use of new or existing mobile technologies that can potentially motivate future work.

Please submit your work to the email address with the title [SaB Workshop Submission] included. PDF file format preferred. ACM Extended Abstract template, max 6. pages (including references).

Submission deadline: July 20th 2018

Other similar workshops in this year's Ubicomp:

-Mood sensing in-the-wild:
-Smart & Ambient Notification and Attention Management:
-Computing for well-being:

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