The Intelligent Human-Centered Computing is based in the Department of Engineering Systems and Environment at University of Virginia. Our group is a diverse mixture of graduate students, undergraduate students, post-docs and visiting scholars.Group Members
The Intelligent Human-Centered Computing Lab seeks to understand human health and behavior through machine learning and computational models of mobile device data streams.
By harnessing the capabilities and data of everyday mobile technology, IHCC aims to intelligently explore the patterns and behavior inherent to unique individuals. From this knowledge, we can make predictions about potential health outcomes and suggest individualized improvements to promote a healthier, happier community.
IHCC additionally uses mobile technology to create intelligent applications for social good. We want to optimize opportunities for positive interactions between community members.
We strive to use mobile technology and intelligent computing to make health and social change in the community.
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The Intelligent Human-Centered Computing Lab envisions a world where individuals and mobile technology work in parallel to improve health outcomes and behavior.Projects