Author Archives: nclab

Paper accepted to MobiSys 2013

Our paper entitled “SocioPhone: Everyday Face-To-Face Interaction Monitoring Platform Using Multi-Phone Sensor Fusion”  was accepted to MobiSys 2013..

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Best Demo Award at HotMobile 2013

“Bringing In-situ Social Awareness to Mobile Systems: Conversational Turn Monitoring and its Applications” won the best demo award at HotMobile 2013

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Paper accepted to CSCW 2013

Our paper entitled “ExerSync: Facilitating Interpersonal Synchrony in Social Exergames” was accepted to CSCW 2013.

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An article was published in New Scientist magazine

New Scientist magazine has reported on our work, “Rubberband”.

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Paper accepted to SenSys 2012

Our paper entitled “SymPhoney:A Coordinated Sensing Flow Execution Engine for Concurrent Mobile Sensing Applications” was accepted to SenSys 2012.

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Best Demo Award at MobiSys 2012

“ExerLink: Enabling Pervasive Social Exergames with Heterogeneous Exercise Devices” won the best demo award at MobiSys 2012

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Paper accepted to Ubicomp 2012

Our paper entitled “RubberBand: Augmenting Teacher’s Awareness of Spatially Isolated Children on Kindergarten Field Trips” was accepted to Ubicomp 2012

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Paper accepted to MobiSys 2012

Our paper entitled “ExerLink: Enabling Pervasive Social Exergames with Heterogeneous Exercise Devices” was accepted to MobiSys 2012.

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Paper accepted to MobiSys 2012

Our paper entitled “SenseTogether: Cooperative Ambience Monitoring Platform with Continuity and Benefit Awareness” was accepted to MobiSys 2012.

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Paper accepted to Pervasive 2012

Our paper entitled “Leveraging Children’s Behavioral Distribution and Singularities in New Interactive Environments: Study in Kindergarten Field Trips” was accepted to Pervasive 2012.

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