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Personal Chemical Exposure Informatics - Visualization, user experience, systems modeling and simulations research

Who: EPA's National Exposure Research Laboratory and National Center for Computational Toxicology

What: Hosting the "Personal Chemical Exposure Informatics: visualization, user experience, systems modeling and simulations" event

When: June 26-27, 2012

Where: C111 - US-Environmental Protection Agency, Research Triangle Park Campus, NC

Why: Sharing ideas, concepts, and discussion on a diverse set of themes related to personal chemical exposures informatics. Major themes include:

  • Consumer/personal exposure models
  • Consumer product chemical ingredient data sources
  • Real-time human factors and ubiquitous computing devices
  • Social media: mining/analysis and reporting
  • Data mining
  • Gamification of exposure concepts
  • Personal informatics tools and DIY community
  • Life-logging and life-streaming for human factors
  • Data visualization and analytics for engagement and communication

Registration: Due to a maximum participation of 50 people (local and remote) for reporting and conference logistics purposes we ask that you complete the registration link available by clicking here. Exit EPA Disclaimer

Abstract and presentation submission: All abstracts for presentations should be submitted to goldsmith.rocky@epa.gov, no later than COB Tuesday June 19. Subject line: "PERCEIVERS 2012 abstract and presentation"

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