Intensive longitudinal data (ILD) are data with frequent, repeated measurements over
time. New technologies like smartphones, fitness trackers, and the Internet of Things
are generating large amounts of ILD relevant to social, health, and behavioral research.
ILD collection is becoming increasingly popular among researchers, but as enthusiasm
for its potential applications has grown, so have questions about how these data can
be most appropriately analyzed.
To help UCI researchers working with ILD, the School of Social Sciences, School of Social Ecology, and Center for Demographic and Social Analysis will sponsor a daylong workshop with presentations by experts at the cutting edge of ILD analytical methods.
Featured speakers include:
Niall Bolger, Columbia University
Donald Hedeker, University of Chicago
Nilam Ram, Pennsylvania State University
Michael Russell, Pennsylvania State University
Space at this workshop is very limited, in order to facilitate discussion and training. If you are interested in attending this workshop, please complete the application by January 5, 2018.