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Process and visualize call center employees longitudinal data


Term:

IAP and Spring

Department:

MAS: Media Arts and Sciences

Faculty Supervisor:

Rosalind Picard

Faculty email:

picard@mit.edu

Apply by:

2/15/2020

Contact:

617-715-4397, sfedor@mit.edu

Project Description

The Affective Computing group, Media Lab is looking for UROP students who join us to develop tools to organize, analyze and visualize data from a study of employees’ wellbeing. The longitudinal measurements will be collected using mobile phones and wearable sensors. We will conduct long-term ambulatory study of call center workers with the goal of finding behavioral, physiological and social correlates of their performance and wellness. You will help us to analyze the collected data and to visualize the results.

Pre-requisites

The student must have interests and experience in data analysis and visualization. Expertise in Python, Anaconda and longitudinal data processing is a plus.