• QS Copenhagen Meetup #15

    UCPH, DIKU, Seminar room 24.0.11

    The QS Copenhagen meetup #15 will be held at University of Copenhagen Søndre Campus and the event host is Katarzyna Wac. Tentative agenda: [masked] Social “half hour” mingling and networking[masked] Presentations: * Show&Tell talk: Katarzyna Wac: Learning from Continous Glucose Tracking * Show&Tell talk: Thomas Blomseth: Running on the Curve: Using Self-Tracking in My Quest to Achieve the Elusive Negative Split * Show&Tell talk: Jakob Eg Larsen: Insights from Longitudinal Tracking of Sleep and Resting Heart Rate * Presentation: Frederik Ackermann: Designing a N=1 Experiment[masked] Networking We urge people to present their own self-tracking experiments in short (7.5 min) show&tell talks (7.5 min q&a). The typical format is that the presenter tries to answer three basic questions about their self-tracking: 1) what did you do, 2) how did you do it, and 3) what did you learn. Please let me know if you would like to share your self-tracking experience at this meetup. Looking forward to be seeing you all Jakob

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  • QS Copenhagen Meetup #14

    Technical University of Denmark (DTU)

    The next QS Copenhagen Meetup #14 will be held at DTU on Aug[masked]. The event takes place in building 324 at the ground floor. AGENDA 17-18 Social hour and networking 18-19 Show and tell talks: - Marcel van der Kuil: "Recovering from severe injury - A personal story" - Justin Timmer: "In pursuit of happiness" - Thomas Blomseth Christensen: "What’s in a Sneeze" - Jakob Eg Larsen: "Sleeping in a heartbeat" [masked] Networking and closing Looking forward to be seeing you at the meetup. — Jakob

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  • QS Copenhagen Meetup #13

    Location visible to members

    The QS Copenhagen meetup #13 will be held at Rocket Labs at Nørrebro, Copenhagen. The event host is Jacob Erić Nielsen. Tentative agenda: [masked] Social “hour” + demos * Bring your demo and show us what you are working on [masked] Presentations * Welcome and Introductions (5 min) * Introduction to Quantified Self (5 min) * HOWTO talk: Thomas Blomseth: Tracking sneezes for 5 years (30 min) * Show&Tell talk: Jakob Eg Larsen: Food tracking (15 min) * Report and Discussion: The QS Conferences - The state of Quantified Self (15 min) [masked] Post-presentation networking We urge people to present their own self-tracking experiments in short (7.5 min) show&tell talks (7.5 min q&a). The typical format is that the presenter tries to answer three basic questions about their self-tracking: 1) what did you do, 2) how did you do it, and 3) what did you learn. Please let me know if you would like to share your self-tracking experience at this meetup! Looking forward to be seeing you all. Jakob Eg Larsen

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  • QS Copenhagen Meetup #12

    UCPH, DIKU, Seminar room 24.0.11

    The QS Copenhagen meetup #12 – spring meetup – will be held at UCPH Søndre Campus and the event host is Katarzyna Wac. Meeting agenda: [masked] Social “hour” mingling and networking [masked] Presentations * Welcome and Introduction (5 min) * Show&Tell talk: Martin von Haller Grønbæk - Office Walker (15 min) * Show&Tell talk: Gregers - Food Tracking (15 min) * Show&Tell talk: Vishal - Stress monitoring (15 min) * Show&Tell talk: Bohdan - Visualizing Heart Rate Data (15 min) [masked] Post-presentation networking The show&tell talks are 15 min (7.5 min talk 7.5 min q&a). The typical format is that the presenter tries to answer three basic questions about their self-tracking: 1) what did you do 2) how did you do it 3) what did you learn. Looking forward to be seeing you all ––Jakob

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  • QS Copenhagen Meetup #11

    Rocket Labs

    The QS Copenhagen meetup #11 is planned for Nov. 12 at Rocket Labs, Hejrevej 30, 2400 Kbn N. Thanks to Jacob and Eric from Cortrium for hosting us. Agenda: [masked] Social hour mingling and networking [masked] Presentations Introductions (5 min) Intro to QS and a word from Gary Wolf (15 min) Show'n'tell: Mette Dyhrberg - Pomodoro tracking (20 min) Talk: Simon Bentholm - 12 min. of realtime data - Blood, pain and adaptive treatment (20 min) [masked] Post-presentation networking We urge people to present their own self-tracking experiments in short (7.5 min) show&tell talks (7.5 min q&a). The typical format is that the presenter tries to answer three basic questions about their self-tracking: 1) what did you do, 2) how did you do it, and 3) what did you learn. Please let me know if you would like to share your self-tracking experience at this meetup. Looking forward to be seeing you all /Jakob

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  • QS Copenhagen Meetup #10

    KO-OP, bygning 5

    The QS Copenhagen meetup #10 will be held at KO-OP, Prags Boulevard 43, Building 5, see: http://pb43.dk/kontakt/ Event host is Thomas Saaby Nielsen. Tentative agenda: [masked] Social hour mingling and networking [masked] Presentations [masked] Post-presentation networking We urge people to present their own self-tracking experiments in short (7.5 min) show&tell talks (7.5 min q&a). The typical format is that the presenter tries to answer three basic questions about their self-tracking: 1) what did you do, 2) how did you do it, and 3) what did you learn. Please let me know if you would like to share your self-tracking experience at this meetup. Looking forward to be seeing you all /Jakob

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  • QS Copenhagen Meetup #9

    Rocket Labs

    The next QS Copenhagen Meetup #9 will be held at Rocket Labs, event host is Erik Søndergaard Poulsen/Cortrium. Agenda: [masked] Social "hour" mingling and networking[masked] Presentations • Welcome and Introductions (10 min) • Show&Tell talk: Simon Bentholm (15 min) • Demo: Cortrium C3 device (10 min) • Show&Tell talk: Jacek Smolicki: my artistic practice of self-documentation (15 min) • Demo: FitBird app (10 min) • Post QS conference summary (by those who attended) (15 min) [masked] Networking We urge members to present their own self-tracking experiments in short show&tell talks (7.5 min presentation and 7.5 min q&a). The typical format is that the presenter tries to answer three basic questions about their self-tracking: 1) what did you do, 2) how did you do it, and 3) what did you learn. Looking forward to be seeing you all!

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  • QS spring meet up

    ITU

    Let's meet again. On the agenda: Your projects and plans. News and gossip. And passing on the relay: The founders of the Danish quarter are stepping down. We need fresh blood and energy. Who wants to join the organizing committee? Location needed! Fire away in the comments with proposals or suggestions. See you all!

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  • New Year's Resolution meeting

    Institut for Folkesundhedsvidenskab

    Please join us for the very last QS meet up in 2013. Jakob Eg Larsen reports from the last QS Global Conference in San Francisco Mikkel Holm Sørensen (that's me) talks briefly about QS as 'Little data' Everybody: Enter the stage and state your QS New Year's Resolution. What will you measure? What is your goal?

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  • QS-Meetup 6

    Dansk Design Center

    After summer special QS.

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