A new academic degree! A PhD!

I made it! I succesfully defended my PhD research 🙂




Pervasive Health 2017

On 25th of May 2017, I presented (see pictures) a full paper at the Pervasive Health conference in Barcelona. The paper describes how behavior change strategies are evaluated differently solely based on who comes up with the content: experts or peers. The title of the paper is: ”Experts get me started, peers keep me going: comparing crowd- versus expert-designed motivational text messages for exercise behavior change”, and you can find the paper here!


CHI 2016

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)!