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Know Thyself: Monitoring and Reflecting on Facets of One's Life, A CHI 2010 Workshop

April 10, 2010, Atlanta, GA

Ian Li, Carnegie Mellon University
Anind Dey, Carnegie Mellon University
Jodi Forlizzi, Carnegie Mellon University

Workshop website:

People strive to know themselves more by collecting information about their behaviors, 
habits, and thoughts. A growing class of applications called personal informatics is 
appearing that facilitates the collection of personal information and the reflection on that 
information. These systems satisfy people's innate curiosity about themselves and 
encourage holistic engagement with one's life.

This workshop will bring together researchers in a wide range of disciplines to discuss 
challenges and explore opportunities for human-computer interaction in the growing field 
of personal informatics. We will discuss technical and design issues related to collecting 
and reflecting on personal information. We will discuss the benefits of reflecting on 
information about different facets of one's life, such as increased self-awareness, holistic 
engagement with life, and achievement of life balance. Key research areas include: 
ubiquitous computing, life logging, visualizations, persuasive technologies, interaction 
design, psychology of self-knowledge and self-awareness.

We invite technologists, designers, and behavioral scientists working on topics related to 
personal informatics. Submit a position paper (2 to 4 pages) in the ACM Extended 
Abstracts format about your ongoing work, recent results, study methods, or perspectives 
on personal informatics. Papers will be peer-reviewed and 10-15 selected by relevance 
and likelihood of stimulating and contributing to this discussion. Email your paper in PDF 
format to [log in to unmask] with subject "CHI 2010 Workshop Submission" by January 6, 

Important Dates
* Papers Due: January 6, 2010
* Notification: January 20, 2010
* Workshop: April 10, 2010


Ian Li
PhD Student, HCII, Carnegie Mellon University

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