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mQoL: Mobile Communications and Computing for Quality of Life

mQoL: Mobile Communications and Computing for Quality of Life

The mQoL is a large-scale, participatory sensing lab for research on smartphone applications and services conducted by the Quality of Life technologies (QoL) group members at the Institute of Services Science, Center for Informatics of University of Geneva (Switzerland) also the Department of Computer Science of University of Copenhagen (Denmark).

The mQoL is a living lab consisting of smartphone users. The aim is to develop innovate applications and services that improve behaviours, health status and ultimately Quality of Life of its users. A participant in mQoL is using the applications and services that the researchers develop and he/she will provide feedback on those apps. So far there are hundreds of smartphones users involved in the mQoL for a year; yet the goal is to have as many as possible new participants involved in the coming months. In mQoL, real users use their smartphones in their real life environments. These smartphones operate Android OS and are either provided as new by the QoL lab or owned by the participants.

Contact:
Katarzyna Wac [javascript protected email address]
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Country:
Switzerland
Address:
mqol.unige.ch
University of Geneva
Center for Informatics
Switzerland

www.qol.diku.dk
University of Copenhagen
Department of Computer Science
Denmark
mQoL: Mobile Communications and Computing for Quality of Life

Methologies

Distributing smartphones to real people as part of our research involves collecting information from each phone, which sometimes involves information considered as private. Thus, it is critical for us to make sure that each participant understands what data is collected and how it is used. Here, we give an overview, and then explain what information we collect and why in more detail. Read more on our methodological approach here.

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