Accepted Papers

Accepted Papers

Here’s the list of accepted papers of WellComp 2019. Congratulations!

  1. Rahat Jahangir Rony (North South University) and Nova Ahmed (North South University).
    Understanding Drivers Wellbeing: Quantitative Study Analysis and Wearable Experiment.
  2. Pekka Siirtola (University of Oulu).
    Continuous Stress Detection Using the Sensors of Commercial Smartwatch.
  3. Zann Anderson (Utah Valley University) and Michael Jones (Brigham Young University).
    Mobile Computing and Well-Being in the Outdoors.
  4. Elina Kuosmanen (University of Oulu), Valerii Kan (University of Oulu), Aku Visuri (Center for Ubiquitous Computing, University of Oulu), Assam Boudjelthia (University of Oulu), Lokmane Krizou (University of Oulu) and Denzil Ferreira (University of Oulu).
    Measuring Parkinson’s Disease Motor Symptoms with Smartphone-based Drawing Tasks.
  5. Heli Koskimäki (Oura Health), Hannu Kinnunen (Oura Health), Salla Rönkä (Bitfactor) and Ben Smarr (Oura Health).
    Following the Heart – What Does Variation of Resting Heart Rate Tell about Us as Individuals and as Population.
  6. Nasimuddin Ahmed (Tata Consultancy Service limited), Varsha Sharma (Tata Consultancy Service limited), Arijit Chowdhury (Tata Consultancy Service limited), Shalini Mukhopadhyay (Tata Consultancy Service limited) and Avik Ghose (TCS).
    A Weiner Filter Based Heart Rate Estimation Algorithm From Wrist Based Photoplethysmogram.
  7. Eija Halkola (Center for Ubiquitous Computing, University of Oulu), Lauri Lovén (Center for Ubiquitous Computing, University of Oulu), Marta Cortes (Center for Ubiquitous Computing, University of Oulu), Ella Peltonen (Center for Ubiquitous Computing, University of Oulu), Ekaterina Gilman (Center for Ubiquitous Computing, University of Oulu) and Susanna Pirttikangas (Center for Ubiquitous Computing, University of Oulu).
    Towards measuring well-being in smart environments.
  8. Eirini Sykianaki (Institute of Computer Science (ICS), Foundation for Research and Techology – Hellas (FORTH)), Asterios Leonidis (FORTH-ICS), Margherita Antona (ICS-FORTH) and Constantine Stephanidis (ICS – FORTH).
    CaLmi: Stress Management in Intelligent Homes.
  9. Pegah Hafiz (Technical University of Denmark) and Jakob Bardram (Technical University of Denmark).
    Design and Formative Evaluation of Cognitive Assessment Apps for Wearable Technologies.
  10. Xiaoli Liu (University of Oulu), Satu Tamminen (University of Oulu), Topi Kerhonen (Polar Electro Oy), Juha Röning (University of Oulu) and Jukka Riekki (University of Oulu).
    Prediction of Sleep Efficiency from Big Physical Exercise Data.
  11. Kento Katsumata (Keio University), Yuka Noda (Keio University), Naohiro Isokawa (Keio University), Shin Katayama (Keio University), Tadashi Okoshi (Keio University) and Jin Nakazawa (Keio University).
    SleepThermo: The affect of in-cloth monitored body temperature change during sleep on human well-being.
  12. Yuting Zhan (Imperial College London) and Hamed Haddadi (Imperial College London).
    Activity Prediction in Improving Well-Being of Both The Elderly and Caregivers.
  13. Yui Yamashita (Aoyama Gakun University), Masaru Onodera (Aoyama Gakun University), Koichi Shimoda (Aoyama Gakun University) and Yoshito Tobe (Aoyama Gakuin University).
    Visualizing Health with Emotion Polarity History Using Voice.
  14. Kieran Woodward (Nottingham Trent University), Eiman Kanjo (Nottingham Trent University), Muhammad Umir (Lancaster University) and Corina Sas (Lancaster University).
    Harnessing Digital Phenotyping to deliver real-time Interventional Bio-Feedback.
  15. Haruka Nakagawa (Kobe University), Ayumi Ohnishi (Kobe University), Sachine Yoshida (Toho University), Tsutomu Terada (Kobe University), Hiromasa Funato (Toho University) and Masahiko Tsukamoto (Kobe University).
    Effect of Using Smartphone during Breast-feeding.
  16. Kennedy Opoku Asare (University of Oulu, Finland), Aku Visuri (University of Oulu, Finland) and Denzil Ferreira (University of Oulu, Finland).
    Towards Early Detection of Depression through Smartphone Sensing.
  17. Nina Rescic (Jozef Stefan Institute), Eva Valencic (Jozef Stefan Institute), Barbara Korousic Seljak (Jozef Stefan Institute), Enej Mlinaric (Jozef Stefan Institute) and Mitja Lustrek (Jozef Stefan Institute).
    Mobile Nutrition Monitoring for Well-being.