Bill is a Professor of Computer Science and Engineering at UC San Diego, with interests in ubiquitous computing, software engineering, and educational technology. He’s a pioneer in the area of software refactoring. He also built ActiveCampus, one of the early mobile location-aware systems, and his current project CitiSense is investigating technologies for low-cost ubiquitous real-time air-quality sensing.
A panel discussion of the emerging research practices and findings that can inform Health 2.0 innovations. Some topics to be addressed: How can research work with companies to enhance health outcomes and business success? What do companies see as advantages and challenges to working with researchers and research data when developing and bringing innovations to market? What can be learned from innovation cycles and phases that can inform Health 2.0 development?