Events
CS + Behavioral Medicine Workshop

Thursday, September 26
10 a.m. – 3 p.m.

Seeley G. Mudd Building
Room 3514

Lunch and reception included
Followed by refreshments and socializing

The Computer Science + Behavioral Medicine Workshop will bring together researchers interested in the intersections of behavioral medicine and computer science with the purpose of fostering collaboration and inspiring innovation in the use of computing in preventive medicine, health practice, and other aspects of the biological, behavioral, psychological, and social sciences relevant to health and illness.

Agenda

10 - 10:05 a.m.: Welcome — David Mohr, Josiah Hester, Nabil Alshafura, Samir Khuller

10:05 - 10:20 a.m.: Case study in collaboration across computer science and behavioral medicine — Nabil Alshafura

10:23 - 10:33 a.m.: Self-direction, connection, and scale — Haoqi Zhang

10:36 - 10:46 a.m.: Managing massive computational experiments — Han Liu

10:49 - 10:59 a.m.: Designing socially assistive robots to maintain human autonomy — Jason Wilson

11:02 - 11:12 a.m.: 3D surface shape measurement using commodity mobile devices — Ollie Cossairt

11:15 - 11:25 a.m.: Supporting reasoning under uncertainty with data visualization — Jessica Hullman

11:28 - 11:38 a.m.: Designing incentives (with examples from peer grading) — Jason Hartline

11:41 - 11:51 a.m.: Privacy-preserving analytics for data federations — Xiao Wang/Jennie Rogers

12 - 1 p.m.: Collaborative working lunch

1 - 1:10 p.m.: Human-centered machine learning for dangerous mental health behaviors online — Stevie Chancellor

1:13 - 1:23 p.m.: Personal sensing and app recommendation engines for common mental health problems — David Mohr

1:26 - 1:36 p.m.: Tailoring messages to support behavior change — Rachel Kornfield

1:39 - 1:49 p.m.: Forecasting and classification in bipolar disorder — Evan Goulding

1:52 - 2:02 p.m.: Big data and data visualization for patient/clinician understanding — Pat Franklin

2:05 - 2:15 p.m.: Use of blockchain for medication reconciliation — Mike Wolf

2:18 - 2:28 p.m.: AI for health coaching, wearables for JITAIs, and medication adherance — Bonnie Spring

2:30 - 3 p.m.: Closing thoughts and call to action — Samir Khuller and David Mohr

3 - 4 p.m.: Reception - coffee, tea, soda, and cookies

Symposium Speakers

Haoqi Zhang

Associate Professor of Computer Science

Jessica Hullman

Assistant Professor of Computer Science

Jason Wilson

Warren Postdoctoral Fellow (Professor Ken Forbus)

Oliver Cossairt

Associate Professor of Computer Science

Han Lui

Associate Professor of Computer Science

Jason Hartline

Professor of Computer Science

Xiao Wang

Assistant Professor of Computer Science

Jennie Rogers

Assistant Professor of Computer Science

Rachel Kornfield

Postdoctoral Fellow

Evan Goulding

Assistant Professor of Psychiatry and Behavioral Sciences

Patricia Franklin

Professor of Medical Social Sciences and Orthopaedic Surgery

Lee Lindquist

Associate Professor of Medicine

Mike Wolf

Associate Vice Chair for Research, Department of Medicine
Director, Institute for Public Health and Medicine (IPHAM) - Center for Applied Health Research on Aging
Professor of Medicine and Medical Social Sciences

Bonnie Spring

Director, Institute for Public Health and Medicine (IPHAM) - Center for Behavior and Health
Chief of Behavioral Medicine in the Department of Preventive Medicine
Professor of Preventive Medicine, Psychiatry and Behavioral Sciences and Weinberg College of Arts and Sciences

Organizers

Josiah Hester

Assistant Professor of Computer Science, and Electrical and Computer Engineering

Nabil Alshurafa

Assistant Professor of Preventive Medicine and (by courtesy) Computer Science

David Mohr

Director, Center for Behavioral Intervention Technologies (CBITs)
Professor of Preventive Medicine, Medical Social Sciences and Psychiatry and Behavioral Sciences