QS SHOW & TELL TALKS
Show&Tell talks are personal stories focused on how someone went about a self-tracking project or self-experiment and what they’ve learned. These talks use the ignite+ format (7.5 minutes each).
Breakout sessions are an hour long and are a time to discuss topics that are of interest to the QS community and set the agenda for our movement in the coming year.
How-To’s are a one-hour session where you can come and learn from a knowledgeable peer about some aspect of a Quantified Self practice. We’ll announce the how-to sessions shortly.
OFFICE HOURS FOR TOOLMAKERS AND RESEARCHERS
Office Hours are one-hour sessions for toolmakers to share their work. (Learn more here.)
Show & Tell
Tracking Across Generations - From Journals To Life-Logging Glasses
Exhaled CO and Body Temperature
What I'm Learning From My Meditation App
Blood Values Beyond Ketones And The Effect Of Exercise, Fasting, And Bathing
When Do I Do What I Say And How Does It Make Me Feel About Life
3 Different Sleep Trackers Don't Agree.... But What Can I Learn Anyway
Using Step And Sleep Data To Monitor Recovery
Exercising Without Glucose Which Is Supposedly Impossible
Can Tracking Devices Detect And Help Me With Having Low Energy For An Extended Period?
An N-of-2 Study with My Best Friend About How to Lower Blood Pressure
How Does A Fast Affect My Gut Composition?
A Self-Study Of My Child's Risk Of Intellectual Disability From A Rare Genetic Variant Carried By My Family
Learning From 5000 Pomodoros
5 Years Of Tracking And Visualizing Posture Data
Running Three Marathons On Zero Calories
What I Learned From Creating My Own Tracking App
Which Grasses Aggravate My Allergies
Learning From My Whinges
Post-Pregnancy Cholesterol Levels Or Tracking Baby's Sleep
Measuring Gasses in Breath and Tissues
Blood Testing After Eating For Optimal Health
Environmental Health Sensing
Design Principles For Self-Tracking Applications
Approaching The IRB With An N-Of-1 Study
Self-Tracking vs. Self-Experiments
The Promise Of Non-Invasive Glucose Monitoring
Turning Our Phones Back Into QS Tools
How To Measure Recovery After Exertion
Artificial Pancreas 2.0
Analysing Continuous Glucose Monitoring Data
What Do Kids Want To Track?
What Are My Data Rights?
Women-Specific QS Conversations
Interpreting DNA Data
Subjective Self-Tracking: Using Our Senses As A Sensor
Where Does QS Fit In An Elementary School Classroom?
Can I Quantify The Value Of My Education? (Not In Money)
Building DIY Trackers With Open Hardware
How To Set Up A Community Based Environmental Health Sensing Project
Creating Self-Tracking And Self-Experiment Projects With Simple Free Online Tools
Build Your Own Metabolism Tracking Device