Very interesting looking Quantified Self workshop in November

We are delighted to invite you to our forthcoming Quantified Self Workshop taking place Thursday 13th November 2014, 1000 – 1700,Somerset House, London.The workshop focuses on the Quantified Self and Digital Quantified Self technologies. We aim to generate discussion about the opportunities these technologies create to improve sustainability. We will cover areas of health, lifestyle, transport, energy and food.

Guest speakers include Robin Barooah, who has been a QS practitioner and developer since the beginning of the movement, Henk Hindriksfrom the Quantified Self Institute in the Netherlands, and Dr. Lucasz Piwek from the University of the West of England.

Representatives from industry include Jessica Auton from Active8rlives, Niels Bischoff of Fluxtream and Joe Comiskey, eCommerce and Innovation and Strategy Manager from Unilever. The workshop aims to scope the the agenda for research on the Quantified Self and Sustainable Societies. Three £500 bursaries will be available for delegates to write short pieces on the areas identified by delegates as the most important candidates for research funding. These will be published on our website (http://sustainablesocietynetwork.net/) and sent to relevant fundingbodies.

For full workshop details please visit our website(http://sustainablesocietynetwork.net/th_event/quantified-self-and-sustainable-behaviour/).

To apply for a ticket visit https://quantifiedself2014.eventbrite.co.uk , please note that ourwider marketing campaign begins in two weeks, so do register early to avoid disappointment.

Sustainable Society Network+ team

E: t.gordon@imperial.ac.uk

T: +44 (0)20 7594 6416

W: http://www.sustainablesocietynetwork.net

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