On April 26 – 27 the Stamps School co-sponsors the University of Michigan’s Cell and Self Conference at 4447 East Hall. The conference explores the theoretical and methodological implications of mobile phones to conduct social science research in a variety of domains, social and cultural contexts. An interdisciplinary team of researchers from a variety of disciplines and technology industries will convene to discuss how mobile devices impact issues such as: gender, health, education, and social change.
On April 27, Stamps Professor Matt Kenyon participates in the panel “Mobile Apps”. Matt will present his new media work, which focuses on mining and visualizing socially critical data as well as using computer gaming, custom built electronics and sensor technology to explore the intersections between artificial and biological life.