Ten-Year Impact Award in Ubiquitous Computing given to paper by USA-Switzerland research team

The ACM International Joint Conference on Pervasive and Ubiquitous Computing (UbiComp) presented a 10-Year Impact Award to a paper on smartphone sensing co-authored by a team of researchers from Cornell University, Dartmouth College, University of Neuchâtel, and Idiap’s Social Computing Group.

UbiComp is the premier conference in the field. The paper is entitled “StressSense: Detecting Stress in Unconstrained Acoustic Environments using Smartphones”, by Hong Lu, Mashfiqui Rabbi, Gokul T. Chittaranjan, Denise Frauendorfer, Marianne Schmid Mast, Andrew T. Campbell, Daniel Gatica-Perez, and Tanzeem Choudhury, and was published at UbiComp 2012 in Pittsburgh, USA. The announcement was made at the award session on September 14, 2022, as the conference was jointly held in Atlanta, USA and Cambridge, UK.


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- Scientific article : "StressSense: Detecting Stress in Unconstrained Acoustic Environments using Smartphones"

- Social computing research group