Here’s a list of accepted papers, and the panels they will form. Click the titles to download the pdf of each paper.

Panel 1

Wearables of 2025: Designing Personal Informatics for a Broader Audience

Daniel A. Epstein, University of Washington
Nicole B. Lee, University of Washington
Elizabeth Bales, University of Washington
James Fogarty, University of Washington
Sean A. Munson, University of Washington

Unintended effects of self-tracking

Elisabeth T. van Dijk, Eindhoven University of Technology
Joyce H.D.M Westerink, Eindhoven University of Technology
Femke Beute, Eindhoven University of Technology
Wijnand A. Ijsselsteijn, Eindhoven University of Technology

Caring for Batteries: Overlooked Aspects of Data-Rich Lives

Pedro Ferreira, Mobile Life Centre, KTH
Moira McGregor, Mobile Life Centre, Stockholm University
Airi Lampinen, Mobile Life Centre, Stockholm University

Appreciation of Living: Bringing Chinese Aesthetics into Personal Informatics Design

Bin (Tina) Zhu, KTH Royal Institute of Technology,
Xiaojuan Ma, Huawei Noah’s Ark Lab
Yanqing Zhang, Stockholm University

Designing for Advanced Amaterus: Beyond Badges and Couch-to-5k

Pawel Wożniak, Chalmers University of Technology
Kristina Knaving, University of Gothenburg

Reading a Life Through Books

Alice Pagano, City University
Jon Bird, City University

 

Panel 2

Beyond Reflection on Raw Personal Data: Predictive Personal Informatics

Ian Li, Google

Predicting the Future: Towards Personal Simulation

Miriam Greis, University of Stuttgart
Albrecht Schmidt, University of Stuttgart
Niels Henze, University of Stuttgart

An Environment For Long-Term Engagement with Personal Genomic Data

Johanna Okerlund, Wellesley College
Martina Balestra, Wellesley College
Casey Grote, Wellesley College
Orit Shaer, Wellesley College
Oded Nov, New York University

Beyond Personal Stress Management: A Reflection

Pedro Sanches, Mobile Life Centre, Swedish Institute of Computer Science

Living with Listening Services

Donald McMillan, Mobile Life Centre, Stockholm University

 

Panel 3

Sharing the Quantified Self as an Economic Transaction: Social Capital pro Spectator Support

Franco Curmi, Lancaster University
Maria Angela Ferrari, Lancaster University
Jon Whittle, Lancaster University

Metadating: Exploring the Romance of Personal Data

Chris Elsden, Culture Lab, Newcastle University
Bettina Nissen, Culture Lab, Newcastle University
Andrew Garbett, Culture Lab, Newcastle University
David Chatting, Culture Lab, Newcastle University
John Vines, Culture Lab, Newcastle University
David S. Kirk, Culture Lab, Newcastle University

 FITtogether: An ‘Average’ Activity Tracker

Mattias Rost, University of Glasgow
John Rooskby, University of Glasgow
Claire McCallum, University of Glasgow

Shared PI: Sharing Personal Data to Support Reflection and Behaviour Change

Rowanne Fleck, UCL Interaction Centre
Daniel Harrison, UCL Interaction Centre

Information-Bombing: Confronting the Public to Civic Data

Nina Valkanova, Copenhagen Institute of Interaction Design
Sandy Claes, Research[x]Design, KU Leuven
Moritz Behrens, UCL The Bartlett
Andrew Vande Moere, Research[x]Design, KU Leuven