Andy Alorwu

Andy Alorwu

MSc

Ubiquitous Computing

Biography

I am a research scientist with focus on digital health and mobile technologies powered by crowd computing.

I am currently investigating how mobile follow-up studies can be used to collect both subjective and objective data to better understand and find new interventions for musculoskeletal disorders such as low back pain (LBP).

Research interests

  • Digital Health, Mobile Computing, Crowd Computing, Human-Computer Interaction

Databases

Research groups

  • Doctoral Student, Center for Ubiquitous Computing

Selected publications

  • Hosio, Simo; Alorwu, Andy; van Berkel, Niels; Bordallo López, Miguel; Seetharaman, Mahalakshmy; Oppenlaender, Jonas; Goncalves, Jorge (2019) Fueling AI with public displays?: a feasibility study of collecting biometrically tagged consensual data on a university campus. (Artikkeli tieteellisessä konferenssijulkaisussa). - PerDis '19. Proceedings of the 8th ACM International Symposium on Pervasive Displays, Palermo, Italy, June 12 - 14, 2019. Ei sarjaa/No series, 14. [Original] [Self-archived]

Projects

ICON: Interventions and Contextual Understanding for Low Back Pain Research - Simo Hosio and Denzil Ferreira

Interventions and Contextual Understanding for Low Back Pain Research (ICON) is aimed at scientific renewal of Low Back Pain research.