Submit Your Quantified Self Research

March 10, 2014

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We’ve been holding Quantified Self Conferences since 2011. Every year since then we’ve been approached by scientists and researchers in the academic community to help them find a way to incorporate their work and their ideas into our structure. After a few years of holding back, listening, and watching the research community become engaged with other scientists and the real-world QS practitioners we’re ready to take that next step.

We are excited to announce today that we are inviting scientists and non-scientists to join a research oriented poster session at our upcoming Quantified Self European Conference on May 10th and 11th.

These sessions are a way for us to support interesting work that doesn’t fit into our established show&tell format, including research results from academic and scientific studies relevant to QS practitioners. Possible topics include (but are not limited to):

  • Validity, reliability, usability, and effectiveness of self-tracking devices
  • Experiment design
  • Statistical and/or visualization methods
  • Social and psychological investigation into self-tracking practices
  • Social science research on the QS community

Our hope is that these posters and the conversations around them will help us (scientists and non-scientists) learn from each other, stimulate new ideas/projects, and to uncover new applications for the research findings.

How to submit a poster

The process is very simple. Simply send us a draft of your poster submission via email. We will be accepting submissions until April 14, 2014.  For format and other info, please read the instructions below. The posters will be reviewed for content and relevance; if you would like to be involved with the review process, or have any questions, please contact us.

Details

Posters should contain the following elements:

  • Title
  • Authors and affiliations
  • Sections:
    • Background
    • Method
    • Results
    • Discussion/Conclusions
    • QS Relevance
  • Contact information. We recommend including a picture of yourself so others at the conference can find you, and, if applicable, your twitter account.

Format:

  • You must use the A0 size (841 × 1189mm or 33.11 × 46.81 inches)
  • A PowerPoint template is provided for you to use.

Remember to Keep It Short and Simple (KISS). We want to stimulate creativity and strongly recommend the use of tables, figures, and visualizations. For examples and design tips we recommend the following articles:

Dates & Deadlines

Deadline for submission is April 14, 2014. We will conducting reviews and informing submitters of acceptance on a continual basis. All submitters will be notified by April 21, 2014. We look forward to seeing your inspiriting projects and findings.

Submit your poster now!





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