Air quality has great impact on individual and community health. In this demonstration, we present Citisense: a mobile air quality system that enables users to track their personal air quality exposure for discovery, self-reflection, and sharing within their local communities and online social networks.
Environmental exposures are a critical component in the development of chronic conditions such as asthma and cancer. Yet, medical and public health practitioners typically must depend on sparse regional measurements of the environment that provide macro-scale summaries. Recent projects have begun to measure an individual's exposure to these factors, often… (More)
Energy-efficiency is a key concern in continuously-running mobile applications, such as those for health and context monitoring. Unfortunately, developers must implement complex and customized power-management policies for each application. This involves the use of complex primitives and writing error-prone multithreaded code to monitor hardware state. To… (More)
Energy-efficiency is a critical concern in continuously-running mobile applications, such as those for health and context monitoring. An attractive approach to saving energy in such applications is to defer the execution of delay-tolerant operations until a time when they would consume less energy. However, introducing delays to save power may have a… (More)
CitiSense – Worked with an interdisciplinary team to develop the CitiSense air pollution monitoring system. Contributed to the development of the smartphone application, back-end server infrastructure, and user-carried sensor device. APE – Developed the APE annotation language and middleware service, which simplifies the development of energy-management… (More)