• Susanne Boll, University of Oldenburg, Germany is Professor of Media Informatics and Multimedia Systems in the Department of Computing Science at the University of Oldenburg, in Germany. She serves on the executive board of the OFFIS–Institute for Information Technology, in Oldenburg, where she heads many national and international research projects in the field intelligent user interfaces. Over the recent years, her work has a strong focus on multimodal and interactive systems personal health. Besides her activities in the SIGMM community, she has chaired PervasiveHealth in 2014 and is program chair of WISH 2019.
  • Jochen Meyer, OFFIS–Institute for Information Technology, Oldenburg, Germany is Director of the R&D Division Health at the OFFIS Institute for Information Technology where he is responsible for numerous national and international research projects on pervasive health systems, ambient assisted living, e-health and others. He was co-organizer of various workshops on pervasive health systems, local chair of PervasiveHealth’14, and workshop chair of ICHI 2016 and PervasiveHealth 2018 and will be the host and general chair of ICHI 2020 in Oldenburg.
  • Noel E. O’Connor, Dublin City University, Ireland is Professor in the School of Electronic Engineering at Dublin City University and Director of the Insight Centre for Data Analytics, Ireland’s largest SFI funded research centre. Since 1999, he has published over 200 peer-reviewed publications, filed 6 patents, spun off one company and mentored two others. He is an Area Editor for Signal Processing: Image Communication (Elsevier) and an Associate Editor for the Journal of Image and Video Processing (Springer). He was an Area Chair (Multimedia and Vision) for ACM Multimedia 2016.
  • Jeannie S. Lee, Singapore Institute of Technology, Singapore is Associate Professor at the Singapore Institute of Technology and Deputy Programme Director for the first joint Singapore Institute of Technology and University of Glasgow undergraduate degree in Computing Science with a focus on the Internet of Things. Her work focuses on mobile gamification and virtual and augmented reality technology for motivating healthy lifestyles.
  • Nitish Nag, University of California - Irvine, Irvine, California, USA is an MD and Computer Science PhD Candidate at UC Irvine in the Medical Scientist Training Program. He graduated with a triple major from the University of California, Berkeley in Molecular and Cell Biochemistry, Nutritional Physiology and Metabolism and Integrative Biology. Nitish has a strong interest in developing health technologies and concepts, and enjoys applying them in the areas of preventive medicine and healthy living. Current research projects of focus include health navigation and health state estimation. His graduate work is in the Social Life Networks lab of Ramesh Jain.