[May 14, 2019] We had two papers appear at CHI in the Case Studies track. One paper was a general overview of the Tesserae study and the other was an overview of our publicly accessible social media corpus related to Tesserae (all participants opted in who agreed to share data). Both papers are accessible via the CHI website.
[January 25, 2018] I will be traveling to the University of Iowa to give a talk on our Tesserae work entitled “Project Tesserae: Understanding Job Performance through Low-Cost Sensing Fusion.”
[February 14, 2018] Quick summary of the various press pieces related to Tesserae. The links are also available via the Publications / Media page here as well as on the Publications page for the Tesserae project page.
[February 12, 2018] The press release for Project Tesserae has now been posted to the main ND News Feed. Many thanks / kudos to my colleagues for helping to make this happen including Gloria Mark, Munmun DeChoudhury, Sidney D’Mello, Andrew Campbell, Nitesh Chawla, Anind Dey, Kaifeng Jiang, Pino Audia, and Qiang Liu.
[September 7, 2017] Under the direction of ND CSE Profs. Aaron Striegel (PI), Nitesh Chawla (co-PI), and Dong Wang (Senior Personnel), the University of Notre Dame has been awarded a $7.9M contract from the Intelligence Advanced Research Projects Agency (IARPA). The research will involve advances in data fusion from wearables, smartphones, and social media to better understand performance in cognitively demanding workplaces. The work will involve instrumenting 750 working professionals over an entire year to create a landmark dataset for studying the myriad of factors that impact workplace performance.