Presentation of the project "Pervasive Stress Recognition for Sustainable Living" at the IEEE workshop

Fabio Pianesi, Research Director EIT ICT Labs, and Andrey Bolomolov, EIT ICT Labs Doctoral School (University of Trento), are invited to present research results of the project "Pervasive Stress Recognition for Sustainable Living" at the IEEE International Conference on the Social Implications of Pervasive Computing for Sustainable Living (Percom SIPC 2014) that will take place in Budapest, Hungary on March 24th.

The project, developed in collaboration with FBK and MIT, will be presented in the session "Healthy Living". The results of the project are the first scientific evidence that daily stress can be reliably recognized based on human behavior metrics derived from the mobile phone activity (call log, sms log, bluetooth interactions).

IEEE Percom SIPC is tailored for scientific presentation on the mobile, sensory and embedded technologies, associated with pervasive computing that are progressively approaching levels of sufficient accuracy, dependability and suitable cost for real world deployment and entry into everyday life. 

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