Jakob Eg Larsen

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Jakob Eg Larsen
Affiliation: Section for Cognitive Systems, Technical University of Denmark
Location: Denmark
Position: Associate Professor
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Jakob Eg Larsen is Associate Professor at Department of Applied Mathematics and Computer Science, Technical University of Denmark.

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[edit] Work

  1. A cross-platform smartphone brain scanner
  2. A festival-wide social network using 2D barcodes, mobile phones and situated displays
  3. Augmenting the sound experience at music festivals using mobile phones
  4. Crowds, Bluetooth, and rock-n-roll. Understanding music festival participant behavior
  5. Mobile context toolbox: an extensible context framework for s60 mobile phones
  6. MuZeeker - adapting a music search engine for mobile phones
  7. Observing the context of use of a media player on mobile phones using embedded and virtual sensors

[edit] Thesis

  1. GLOBE - Global Object Exchange - a dynamically fault-tolerant and dynamically scalable distributed tuplespace for heterogeneous, loosely coupled networks (Master Thesis, 1999, with Jesper Honig Spring)

[edit] As co-author

  1. A mobile personal informatics system with interactive visualizations of mobility and social interactions
  2. A smartphone interface for a wireless EEG headset with real-time 3D reconstruction
  3. An evaluation of EEG scanner's dependence on the imaging technique, forward model computation method, and array dimensionality
  4. Emotional responses as independent components In EEG
  5. Estimating human predictability from mobile sensor data
  6. Measuring large-scale social networks with high resolution
  7. Mobile context-aware support for public transportation users
  8. Personal informatics in practice: Improving quality of life through data
  9. Predictability of mobile phone associations
  10. Smartphones as pocketable labs: visions for mobile brain imaging and neurofeedback
  11. Smartphones get emotional: mind reading images and reconstructing the neural sources
  12. Your heart might give away your emotions

[edit] External links

  1. Music Festivals, Bluetooth Monitoring and the Behavior of Crowds
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