Publications

[Conference & Journal Papers]

Charpignon, M., Mironova, M., Rho, S., Majumder. M., and Celi. L. (2020). “Modeling Hepatitis A Outbreak in the United States.” In Proceedings of the 2020 American Medical Informatics Association Informatics Summit (AMIA ’20).

Rho, S., Lee, I., Kim, H. K., Jung, J. H., Kim, H., Jeon, B. G., Lim, Y. K. (2017). “FutureSelf: What Happens When We Forecast Quantified Selfers’ Future Health Statuses?” In Proceedings of the 2017 ACM Conference on Designing Interactive Systems (DIS’17): 637-648. Honorable Mention Award.

Kim, D., Lee, Y., Rho, S., and Lim, Y.K. (2016). “Design Opportunities in Three Stages of Relationship Development between Users and Self-Tracking Devices.” In Proceedings of the 2016 CHI Conference on Human Factors in Computing Systems (CHI ’16): 699-703.

Lee, Y., Kim, M. G., Rho, S., Kim, D. J., and Lim, Y. K. (2015). “Friends in Activity Trackers: Design Opportunities and Mediator Issues in Health Products and Services.” In Proceedings of the 2015 International Association of Societies of Design Research (IASDR ’15): 1206-1219. Best Paper Award.

Seok, J. Y., Rho, S., Kim, E. J., Min, B. S., and Suk, H. J. (2015). “Color Quantization to Visualize Perceptually Dominant Colors of an Image.” Journal of Korea Society of Color Studies 29, no. 2 (2015). DOI: 10.17289/jkscs.29.2.201505.95

[Workshop Papers]

Charpignon, M., Mironova, M., Rho, S., Majumder. M., and Celi. L. (2019). “Using News Articles to Model Hepatitis A Outbreaks: A Case Study in California and Kentucky.” Joint Workshop on AI for Social Good, NeurIPS ‘19.

[Thesis]

Rho, S. (2016). “Using Consequence Information in Quantified-Self Service Design to Support User Health Motivation.” KAIST.