About Me

Temiloluwa Prioleau

Assistant Professor, Computer Science Dartmouth CollegeEmail: tprioleau@dartmouth.edu


I am an Assistant Professor in the Department of Computer Science at Dartmouth College. My research interest is in digital health, wearable technology, and data science, with a focus on human-centered computing solutions that enable personalized health.

I founded and co-direct the Augmented Health Lab - a consortium of interdisciplinary researchers working together to tackle grand challenges in healthcare. I am also an affiliate of the Center for Technology and Behavioral Health (CTBH).

In addition to the above, I founded and lead Computer Science Summer Research (CSSR) @ Dartmouth to train and equip a more diverse pool of undergraduate students to pursue advanced degrees.

Before joining Dartmouth, I was a Rice Academy Postdoctoral Fellow in the Scalable Health Labs. I obtained my M.S. & Ph.D. in Electrical and Computer Engineering, from Georgia Institute of Technology, and my B.Sc. also in Electrical and Computer Engineering from The University of Texas at Austin.

Recent News

2022

  • April - Accepted to the mHealth Training Institute 2022 (mHTI)

  • March - Our paper "Investigating Temporal Patterns of Glycemic Control around Holidays," was accepted to EMBC 2022

  • March - Gave an invited talk for Women's History Month at NSF PATHS-UP

  • March - Our paper "A Hybrid Approach to Realizing Personalized Healthcare" was accepted to CHI 2022 workshop on "Grand Challenges for Personal Informatics and AI"

  • January - Gave an invited talk on research in the AH-Lab to graduate students in the Masters in Digital Arts program

2021

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2020

2019

Earlier

  • Rice Academy Post-doctoral Fellow, Rice University (2016 - 2018)

  • Sam Chih Foundation Award, Georgia Institute of Technology (2016)

  • Graduate Research Fellowship, National Science Foundation (NSF), (2013 - 2016)

  • Graduate Research Fellowship, Achievement Rewards for College Scientists (2012 - 2016)

  • 1st Place in Student Paper Competition, IEEE Engineering in Medicine and Biology Conference (2014)

  • Research Poster Competition Winner, Georgia Tech Research & Innovation Conference (2014)

  • IEEE Signal Processing Society (SPS) Travel Grant, International Conference on Acoustics, Speech and Signal Processing (ICASSP)

  • Google United Negro College Fund - UNCF Scholar (2013)

  • Google Anita Borg Scholarship Finalist (2013)

  • Ford Foundation Fellowship Honorable Mention (2013)

  • Texas Instruments Analog Minority Scholarship (2010)

  • Marathon Oil Company Scholarship (2008 - 2010)

  • Academic Leaders Hall of Fame, University of Texas at Austin (2009)

  • Boeing Diversity Scholarship (2009)

  • Rockwell Collins Diversity Scholarship (2008)

  • Cisco Diversity Scholarship (2007)