doppel Co-Founder Fotini Markopoulou is speaking in the ‘Making the Most of Your Wearable Data’ session at CES


doppel Co-Founder Fotini Markopoulou - Theoretical Physicist and Hardware Tech Designer - speaks in ‘Making the Most of Your Wearable Data’ session at CES

WHEN: 11.30 AM - 12:30 PM Wednesday, January 6

WHERE: Las Vegas Convention Center, North Hall, N253

Session details:

Making the Most of Your Wearable Data (LIFEST05)

ModeratorEric Taub, Writer, Technology and Business, New York Times

Description: The future of wearables is more than counting steps and measuring heart rate.  It is about how these devices are being used to positively impact health and lifestyle. Innovators in wearable electronics reveal how they are making personal data relevant and actionable.

Speakers: Fotini Markopoulou, Co-Founder, Theoretical Physicist and Hardware Tech Designer, doppel and Michael V. McConnell, MD, MSEE, Professor, Cardiovascular Medicine, Stanford University 

About doppel Co-Founder Fotini Markopoulou

Fotini Markopoulou received her Ph.D. in theoretical physics from Imperial College London.  She was a founding member and faculty at the Perimeter Institute for Theoretical Physics in Canada, one of the premier institutes on the frontiers of theoretical physics. She has been a visiting professor at MIT and the Santa Fe Institute and Humboldt fellow at the Max Planck Institute for Gravitational Physics in Berlin. Her physics work is on gravity, cosmology, quantum information theory, complex systems and networks. Since 2012 Fotini has moved into the area of Innovation and Design, and graduated from the Royal College of Art and Imperial College IDE Masters programme.  Her background brings deep imagination, rigour and a diverse network of academic and business contacts. Her main interest is the interface between systems design and personal experience.

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