Saeed finished his Ph.D. in the summer of 2017 and started as assistant professor at Penn State.
Tanzeem received Pervasive 10 Year Impact Award at UbiComp 2016.
Paper "EmotionCheck: leveraging bodily signals and false feedback to regulate our emotions." got Best Paper Award at UbiComp 2016.
Paper "Mobile Manifestations of Circadian Rhythms of Attention." got Best Paper Award at MobileHCI 2016.
PhD student Tauhidur Rahman won the 2016 Google PhD Feloowship in Mobile Computing.
Professor Choudhury was interviewed by Fortune The head-scratching reason there's no mental health apps.
Project BodyBeat has been featured in NewScientist, MIT Technology Review and Wall Street Journal.
MyBehavior was reported by MIT Technology Review A Health-Tracking App You Might Actually Stick With.
DoppleSleep was reported by MIT Technology Review Got Sleep Problems? Try Tracking Your Rest with Radar.
Work on bipolar disorder was highlighted by The Economist Making cruel unusual.
People-Aware Computing group showed a demo of BodyBeat to Bill Gates during his visit to Cornell.
Newest PAC lab grant and project (we are working on the Stress phone part): http://t.co/HbCQczc8zE
PAC Lab Director Tanzeem Choudhury will be delivering one of the keynotes at the International Society for Bipolar Disorders