Here are the details for an upcoming event on Quantified Self. Get in contact if you are interested in attending or presenting.
In the last few years there has been a significant increase in public and academic interest in the use of devices or techniques for the accumulation, aggregation and analysis of personal data. The new Quantified Self research network will explore the broad implications of this loose set of practical and ethical approaches to understanding bodies, psyches and everyday practices.If you are interested in joining a new research network on Quantified Self and Self-Tracking please come along to an initial seminar at the University of Leeds on September 17th, 1pm. If you would like to do a short talk (20 mins max) about your research, intended research or simply to explain the intellectual basis for your interest in quantified self then please contact network organisers: Mark Carrigan (firstname.lastname@example.org) and Christopher Till (email@example.com) with a short abstract and bio.