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Quantified Self San Diego Message Board › Invitation to events and research studies

Invitation to events and research studies

Jun A.
Hi Quantified Selfers,

Our groups has been invited to the following events and research studies:


1) Sim Center Holiday Party

Our next meetup (in late January) will be generously hosted at the SimCenter in downtown San Diego.  The SimCenter is a visualization and simulation facility (which means they have LOTS of large projector screens) focused on collaboration to solve big world problems.  They have specifically invited our members to their holiday party/open house on Wed, Dec. 5.

More information about the event:­

More information about SimCenter:­

2) Self-Tracking and Motivation Survey

Marcia Niben, a bachelor’s student from Germany, is looking for QS folks around the world to take her anonymous 15-min survey for her thesis project.


3) Mood Assessment by Smartphone Study

Ryan Hagen, doctoral student and member of the Boston Quantified Self Meetup, is asking for volunteers for his study on assessing mood via an Android app.  For the study, you will need an Android phone to install an app and fill out very short (takes 30 sec) daily surveys for 90 days.  You would get to keep all your raw data and also be entered into monthly raffles.

More info:­


4)  Predictably Well Meetup

In January, Predictably Well meetup will be hosting Elizabeth Seckel and Laura Case of Neurotherapy International and UCSD Center for Brain and Cognition.  They will be discussing the latest neuroscience research around reducing chronic pain.

More info:­

Hope you have a great holiday season and we’ll see you in the new year!

~Jun & the QS SD team
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