Take part in our research and discover a new wellbeing tool!

By October 26, 2022 November 4th, 2022 News, Research

Take part in our research and discover a new wellbeing tool!

The EPFL+ECAL Lab has been working on a new concept that allows people to monitor their personal wellbeing at home. This innovative device collecting bio data through urine analysis is complemented by a mobile application that enables users to track personal wellbeing markers.

For this study, we will ask you to test and evaluate the mobile application and the analysis device, before answering a few questions.

Your participation will help generate a better understanding of interaction with wellbeing data, thus contributing to design the future of such devices. Note that all data will be faked for the purpose of the experiment and that your personal data will not be measured, analysed or recorded.


The sessions will be held at ECAL (Av. du Temple 5, 1020 Renens), from November 14 to December 22, 2022.

Each test session is individual and will last around 45 minutes.

A good level of English is required to take part.

Your participation is useful and valuable! To thank you, we will gift you 20CHF in cash!

Book your session here

For all questions, get in touch at sumit@epfl-ecal-lab.ch

Emily Groves

Emily Groves

Emily is a digital designer, researcher and educator. She has a BSc in Human Sciences from University College London, an MA in Information Experience Design from the Royal College of Art, and an MAS in Design Research for Digital Innovation from the EPFL+ECAL Lab. Her interests lie at the intersection of culture, technology and food.