Michael Sobolev is a behavioral scientist with a focus on technology, behavior change, and health.
Current research interests include behavioral design of technology, behavior change and digital nudging, mobile health (mHealth), and behavioral data science.
Previously a Postdoctoral Fellow in Computer and Information Science at Cornell Tech (2017-2021) and Postdoctoral Fellow in Health Technology and Digital Innovation at Northwell Health (2019-2021) in New York City.
The secret to happiness is low expectations and a good cup of coffee.
Our workshop on AI for Behavior Change was accepted for the Thirty-Sixth AAAI Conference on Artificial Intelligence (AAAI-22). Register by Dec 31, 2021.
Our workshop on Healthy Interfaces (HEALTHI) was accepted for the 27th Annual Conference on Intelligent User Interfaces (IUI-22). Submit your papers by Jan 07, 2022.
Chairing a symposium on The Smartphone Dilemma as part of 2021 Technology, Mind and Society conference. Speakers include Shiri Melumad (Wharton), Ofir Turel (Melbourne), and Matthew Leitao (Georgetown)
Research is mentioned in an article on Reducing Digital Overload in ACM News.
Check out the recoding of my recent talk on Digital Nudge and Screen Time at the Centre for Digital Health Interventions (CDHI) at ETH Zurich.