Assistant Professor Brian Lim Wins Distinguished Paper Award at UbiComp 2020
- October 28, 2020
Assistant Professor Brian Y. Lim (left) collaborated with Master of Computing alumni Liu Weilong (right) and Professor Judy Kay (centre) from the University of Sydney to analyse the step count data of 140,000 people in Singapore. (Photo credit: NUS School of Computing)
140,000 people, 305 days, 74 billion steps! How can these numbers help public health planners gain qualitative insights into promoting healthy activities for different genders and age groups? This large-scale study led by iHealthtech Principal Investigator Asst Prof Brian Lim and supported by Singapore’s Health Promotion Board has won the ACM IMWUT Distinguished Paper Award at the UbiComp 2020!
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Link to the paper: How Does a Nation Walk?: Interpreting Large-Scale Step Count Activity with Weekly Streak Patterns