I lead the group on human behaviour and mobility within UBiNT research area at CREATE-NET research centre in Trento, Italy.
I am interested in data mining techniques that can be used to analyse human behaviour and how this information can be applied in healthcare applications, specifically patient monitoring and correlation with the disease. In this area I am involved in three health related projects, MONARCA (Bipolar disorder), ACube (Cognitive decline) and INTERSTRESS (Chronic stress management).
I'm also a member of the Steering Committee of Pervasive Health conference.
I supervise a number of students and lecture in University of Trento. During 2009 I was a visiting researcher at Georgia Tech.
Previously I was with TSSG at Waterford Institute of Technology, Ireland where I finished my PhD, during which I was a visiting research student at Institute for Infocomm Research (I2R) in Singapore.
I was born and spent my childhood in Prishtina, together with my sister, who is also a scientist.
Selected list of publications can be found here
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