Program « 2018 Quantified Self Conference

2018 Quantified Self Conference Program

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Session Times

SATURDAY SEPTEMBER 22ND

8:00 am Registration & Coffee

9:00 am Plenaries and Sessions

1:00 pm Lunch & Office Hours

2:00 pm Plenaries and Sessions

6:00 pm  End of First Day

SUNDAY SEPTEMBER 23RD

8:00 am Registration & Coffee

9:00 am Plenaries and Sessions

1:00 pm Lunch & Office Hours

2:00 pm Plenaries and Sessions

6:00 pm  End of First Day

As always, we programming QS18 as a “carefully curated unconference.” All of our sessions come from our attendees and are proposed during registration. We select the ones that will help create a great and balanced program. The official program is not released until shortly before the event. However, here’s some of the sessions we’ve got going at this point. This should give you a good sketch of what to expect!

If you have an idea for a session, please let us know when you register. Your knowledge and experience are too valuable not to be shared. If you have had a new session idea since registering, you can share your suggestions here.

Show & Tell

Tracking Across Generations - From Journals To Life-Logging Glasses

Aaron Yih


Exhaled CO and Body Temperature

Albert Donnay


What I'm Learning From My Meditation App

Alec Rogers


Blood Values Beyond Ketones And The Effect Of Exercise, Fasting, And Bathing

Benjamin Best


When Do I Do What I Say And How Does It Make Me Feel About Life

Eli Ricker


3 Different Sleep Trackers Don't Agree.... But What Can I Learn Anyway

Esther Dyson


Using Step And Sleep Data To Monitor Recovery

Jacqueline Wheelwright


Exercising Without Glucose Which Is Supposedly Impossible

Jessica Ching


Can Tracking Devices Detect And Help Me With Having Low Energy For An Extended Period?

Justin Lawler


An N-of-2 Study with My Best Friend About How to Lower Blood Pressure

Karl Heilbron

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Fah Sathirapongsasuti


How Does A Fast Affect My Gut Composition?

Kyrill Potapov


A Self-Study Of My Child's Risk Of Intellectual Disability From A Rare Genetic Variant Carried By My Family

Mad Ball


Learning From 5000 Pomodoros

Maggie Delano


5 Years Of Tracking And Visualizing Posture Data

Mark Leavitt


Running Three Marathons On Zero Calories

Mikey Sklar


What I Learned From Creating My Own Tracking App

Stephen Maher


Which Grasses Aggravate My Allergies

Thomas Blomseth Christiansen


Learning From My Whinges

Valerie Lanard


Post-Pregnancy Cholesterol Levels Or Tracking Baby's Sleep

Whitney Erin Boesel


Breakout Discussion

Measuring Gasses in Breath and Tissues

Albert Donnay


Blood Testing After Eating For Optimal Health

Benjamin Best


Environmental Health Sensing

Dawn Nafus


Design Principles For Self-Tracking Applications

Dietrich Ayala


Approaching The IRB With An N-Of-1 Study

Eddye Golden


Self-Tracking vs. Self-Experiments

Eli Ricker


The Promise Of Non-Invasive Glucose Monitoring

Esther Dyson


Turning Our Phones Back Into QS Tools

Ioan Mitrea


How To Measure Recovery After Exertion

Jacqueline Wheelwright


Artificial Pancreas 2.0

Jessica Ching


Analysing Continuous Glucose Monitoring Data

Justin Lawler


What Do Kids Want To Track?

Kyrill Potapov


What Are My Data Rights?

Mad Ball


Women-Specific QS Conversations

Maggie Delano


Interpreting DNA Data

Mikey Sklar


Subjective Self-Tracking: Using Our Senses As A Sensor

Jakob Eg Larsen

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Thomas Blomseth Christiansen


Where Does QS Fit In An Elementary School Classroom?

Victor Lee


Can I Quantify The Value Of My Education? (Not In Money)

Whitney Erin Boesel


How-To

Building DIY Trackers With Open Hardware

Jakob Eg Larsen

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Thomas Blomseth Christiansen


How To Set Up A Community Based Environmental Health Sensing Project

Dawn Nafus


Creating Self-Tracking And Self-Experiment Projects With Simple Free Online Tools

Eli Ricker


Build Your Own Metabolism Tracking Device

Mikey Sklar



OFFICE HOURS FOR TOOLMAKERS AND RESEARCHERS

Do you have a tool or research project that you want people to learn more about? Office Hours are during the lunch hour where you will be assigned a table and have a great opportunity to meet other attendees and show them what you’re up to. You can learn more about how Office Hours work here. If you would like more exposure to people at the conference by having a table set up for the entire event, check out our exhibitor options.