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Health-related Behaviour Change through Technology

25th September, 2013, Senate House, University of London 


Join us for a one day conference on health-related behaviour change through technology, 25th September, 2013, Senate House, London.

Following up on the success of our one day conference last year, the UBhave project is hosting a 2nd annual one day research conference on 25th September, 2013, at the Senate House, University of London.

The theme for this year’s conference is “Health-related behaviour change through technology” and will feature inspiring talks from and open discussions with eminent researchers in the field, including: Professor Yvonne Rogers (University College London), Dr David Coyle (University of Bristol), Professor Larry An (University of Michigan), Dr Corneel Vandelanotte (Central Queensland University), and Dr Sean Munson (University of Washington).

The UBhave team will also be sharing the latest findings, insights, tools and innovations from our EPSRC funded project examining the use of digital technologies and mobile phone sensing for health promotion.  Further details about the UBhave project can be found at:

This year’s conference has been timed to follow on from the Medicine 2.0’13 congress (23-24 September, 2013).  Please visit  for more information.

We only have a limited number of tickets available for the event, so please do book your place early to avoid disappointment. The event is sponsored by EPSRC, and so we are able to offer tickets at less than £25 (and less than £6 for students).

The full programme and details on how to register can be found at our conference website:

Please feel free to circulate details of the event amongst your colleagues.  We look forward to meeting you all in September!

Mirco Musolesi
School of Computer Science, University of Birmingham
Edgbaston B15 2TT Birmingham, United Kingdom

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