Prof Eiman Kanjo is a Professor of Pervasive Sensing at the Computer Science department, and the Smart Sensing lab lead. The Smart Sensing team under her leadership has won the 2021 Vice-Chancellor’s Outstanding Researcher Team Award. Eiman has been selected among the Top 50 Women in Engineering by the Women in Engineering Society. She is the NTU-Turing Network Development Award Lead funded by Alan Turing Institute. Eiman conducts research in Mobile Sensing, Digital Health, and wellbeing. Eiman has developed a new IoT-AI Technological platform to improve wellbeing and increase physical activities “www.TagWithME.com, which is currently hosted by Rufford Country Park and Highbury Mental Health Hospital. She has been PI or Co-I on grants worth over £15m, funders including DCMS (5G Connected Forest, £10m project in collaboration with Nottingham County Council and many industrial organizations), InnovateUK, SBRI, DSTL, ERDF, MoD, Lottery Fund. She works closely with charities, local authorities, Police & industry. Previously Prof. Kanjo worked for more than three years as a Research Fellow at the Computer Laboratory, University of Cambridge. Prof. Kanjo carried out research work at the MRL (Mixed Reality Lab), Computer Science Department, University of Nottingham.