Afsaneh Doryab, PhD, is a system scientist at the Human-Computer Interaction Institute at CMU. Her research aims at creating innovative technology based on streams of data generated implicitly by our interactions with the world. Her work covers the design, development and evaluation of such novel systems drawing on methods from machine learning, data mining, statistics, and human-computer interaction. She is interested in ubiquitous and context-aware computing, technologies for measuring and motivating health-related behaviors, and mobile technologies that permit longitudinal measurement of physical, psychological, and behavioral states of individuals.
Afsaneh’s work has been published in top-ranked conferences and journals including the ACM Conference on Human-Computer Interaction (CHI), the ACM Conference on Ubiquitous and Pervasive Computing (Ubicomp), the IEEE International Conference on Pervasive and Mobile Computing (Percom), and the ACM Conference on Computer-Supportive Cooperative Work and Social Computing (CSCW).
She is also a regular reviewer for high-impact journals and conferences such as Pervasive Computing Magazine, TOCHI, Ubicomp, CHI, and Pervasive Health.
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