QS NL 2019 Q2 @ TU/Eindhoven

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Hi fellow QS-ers!

We are thrilled to announce our next QS meetup.
- Monday May 13th at 19:00
- partner: TU/Eindhoven
- room: Zaal 10 in the Auditorium

The program will allow you to meet QS community, talk about your personal tracking project and see and hear great Show & Tell stories of our speakers!

This meetup is a coproduction with the Master Human Technology Interaction of the TU/Eindhoven.

PROGRAM & PRESENTERS
Doors open: 19:00, start of the program: 19:15. Seating is limited, so be sure to RSVP in time. And if somehow you might not be able to make it in time, please change your RSVP in time so someone else might come!

PRESENTERS
- Maartje Niezen (Rathenau Instituut Den Haag):
https://www.rathenau.nl/nl/maakbare-levens/gezondheid-centraal
- Rob ter Horst (Radboud University Nijmegen)
- Iris Loosman & Elcin Hanci (TU Eindhoven): The quantified researchers
https://behaviour-change.eu/2019/01/23/quantified-researchers-manifesto/
- Valeria Pannunzio (TU Delft) - The Quantified Heart
https://delftdesignlabs.org/projects/the-quantified-heart/

MODERATOR
Peter Joosten
www.peterjoosten.net/quantified-self

- YOU?
If you want to share your tracking experiment or otherwise qs related story, please send me a message via Meetup or email me at [masked]!

SCHEDULE:

19.00 Walk-in

19.15 Kick-off
- Peter Joosten (moderator)
- Laura Huijberts (TU Eindhoven)

19.20 Stand-up soapbox
- Valeria Pannunzio (TU Delft)
- Martijn de Groot (Radboud UMC) - Artikel 27
- Romana Polwijk (TU Eindhoven)

19.40 Talk
- Maartje Niezen (Rathenau Instituut)

20.00 Small Break

20.15 Talk
- Rob ter Horst (Radboud University)

20.45 Talk
- Iris Loosman & Elcin Hanci (TU Eindhoven)

21.15 Closing remarks
- Peter Joosten (moderator)

21.30 End

Looking forward to seeing you all,

Peter Joosten
@wpjoosten

PS. Do not forget: want to give a (short) presentation? Let me know!