Distributed Personal Archives Aggregating Health Profiles from Distributed Personal Archives

Goal

Within the scope of the »Distributed Personal Archives« project, OFFIS is researching new methods on how data from distributed online services can be used to make statements regarding an individual’s state of health. The focus in this context is on cloud-based, personal services such as lifestyle monitoring. This data will be analyzed; semantically enriched behavior-related and vital data characteristics derived and a health
profile created. In a first phase, heart health will be examined. Key factors which will be gathered within the scope of this research are daily and sports activities, weight, blood pressure and sleep. Above this, the information can be used in further applications such as the storage of personal health files or to make recommendations for a healthy life style.

 

Persons
Publications
Making Sense in the Long Run: Long-Term Health Monitoring in Real Lives

Meyer, J and Beck, E and Wasmann, M and Boll, S; 2017 IEEE International Conference on Healthcare Informatics (ICHI); 0aug / 2017

Assessment and monitoring of physical activity with pedometers and and online documentation in secondary prevention after myocardiac infarct

Wienbergen, H. and Backhaus, T. and Stehmeier, J. and Michel, S. and Krämer, K. and Bünger, S. and Meyer, J. and Meyer, S. and Baumbach, C. and Remppis, B. and Elsässer, A. and Hambrecht, R.; Tagung der Deutschen Gesellschaft für Kardiologie; 2016

Exploring Longitudinal Use of Activity Trackers

Jochen Meyer, Jochen Schnauber, Wilko Heuten, Harm Wienbergen, Rainer Hambrecht, Hans-Jürgen Appelrath, Susanne Boll; IEEE International Conference on Healthcare Informatics; 10 / 2016

No Effects But Useful ? Long Term Use of Smart Health Devices

Meyer, Jochen and Heuten, Wilko and Boll, Susanne; Ubicomp/ISWC'16 Adjunct; 2016

Objektivierte Kontrolle kardiovaskulärer Risikofaktoren nach Myokardinfarkt mittels Cotinin-Bestimmungen, Schrittzählern und standardisierten Blutdruckmessungen: Risikofaktoren werden subjektiv unterschätzt

Wienbergen, H. and Backhaus, T. and Stehmeier, J. and Michel, S. and Krämer, K. and Bünger, S. and Meyer, J. and Meyer, S. and Baumbach, C. and Remppis, B. and Elsässer, A. and Hambrecht, R.; Tagung der Deutschen Gesellschaft für Kardiologie; 2016

Visualization of Complex Health Data on Mobile Devices

Meyer, Jochen and Kazakova, Anastasia and Büsing, Merlin and Boll, Susanne; MMHealth'16: Multimedia for personal health and health care Proceedings; 2016

A Smart Health Device to Measure Waist Circumfence

Meyer, Jochen and Schoormann, Timo and Wegmann, Daniel and Albuhasi, Ahmad; Proceedings of PervasiveHealth 2015; 05 / 2015

From Tracking to Personal Health

Boll, Susanne and Heuten, Wilko and Meyer, Jochen and Meyer, Jochen; interactions; 2015

Making Lifelogging Usable: Design Guidelines for Activity Trackers

Jochen Meyer and Jutta Fortmann and Merlin Wasmann and Wilko Heuten; Proceedings of 21st International Conference, MMM 2015; 01 / 2015

Measuring the Effect of Technology on Health Behavior – the Deep Data Study

Meyer, Jochen and Boll, Susanne; Proceedings of Workshop "Moving Beyond eHealth and Quantified Self" at CSCW; 04 / 2015

Beyond quantified self: data for wellbeing

Meyer, Jochen and Simske, Steven and Siek, Katie A. and Gurrin, Cathal G. Gurrin and Hermens, Hermie; CHI '14 Extended Abstracts on Human Factors in Computing Systems; 2014

Digital Health Devices for Everyone!

Meyer, Jochen and Boll, Susanne; Pervasive Computing; 04 / 2014

Smart Health Systems for Personal Health Action Plans

Meyer, Jochen and Boll, Susanne; Proceedings of IEEE Healthcom; 10 / 2014

Technologies for wellbeing and healthy living. Perspectives and challenges

Meyer, Jochen; International Journal of Handheld Computing Research; 01 / 2014

Partners
Hewlett-Packard (HP)

Duration

Start: 30.09.2012
End: 29.09.2014