Bios: Nadav Aharony currently works at Google as a product manager in the Android team. He recently completed his dissertation, "Social fMRI: Measuring and Designing Social Mechanisms using Mobile Phones", at the MIT Media Lab's Human Dynamics research group. His research areas include social network dynamics, mobile sensing, communication technologies, information security, and privacy. Nadav was also a Fellow at the MIT Center for Civic Media for 3 years, since its inception, where he worked on topics of mobile and social activism. Prior to MIT, Nadav worked in engineering and product management roles, and consulted in areas of information security, product design, and business development. He holds a PhD and MS degrees from the MIT Media Lab, and a bachelor's degree in electrical engineering cum-laude from the Technion - Israel Institute of Technology. Nadav holds multiple patents in areas of social mobile networking, machine learning, network algorithms, and sensor technologies. His work has been featured in both academic and popular press (Technology Review, Businessweek.com, Wall Street Journal, Wired UK, and The Associated Press, among others), and received awards of recognition (including Best and Distinguished Paper awards, SXSW Accelerator, IPSN Extreme Sensing Competition, and three Google Research Awards).