Young S. Lee, Ph.D. is a senior research scientist of Motorola Mobility Inc. where he leads research projects to develop technological interventions for seniors’ social wellness and self-confidence of parents of premature babies.
Jochen Meyer is director of the R&D division Health in the OFFIS institute for computer science, where he is responsible for numerous national and international research projects on topics around ambient assisted living, personal health support, e-health and others.
Dr. Susanne Boll is professor for Media Informatics and Multimedia Systems at the University of Oldenburg with a research focus on HCI in the contexts of health and automotive, and for people with special needs.
Katie A. Siek, Ph.D. is an assistant professor in Computer Science at the Univ. of Colorado at Boulder where she leads the Wellness Innovation and Interaction Lab. She researches how socio-technical interventions affect personal health and well-being.
Oscar Mayora is head of Ubiquitous Interaction Group at Create-Net, Italy. His research interests focus on the crossroads of Pervasive Computing applied to healthcare and well-being.
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