People-Aware Computing @ Cornell University
? – present
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I am an associate professor in Computing and Information Sciences at Cornell University. I received my PhD from the Media Laboratory at MIT. I direct the People Aware Computing group which develops mobile sensing systems for understanding life patterns of individuals, groups, and societies. I specifically focus on analyzing voice patterns for health. I hope to change the way mental health is diagnosed and treated by creating novel wearable and cellphone system that continuously track mental wellbeing. My work has been featured in the Economist, NYTimes, BBC, MIT Technology Review, FastCompany and other popular press. I was recognized in MIT Technology Review's 2008 TR35 list which recognizes 35 most innovative technologist under the age of 35.