The research project “Mobile Health Induced Behavior Change” will begin with support and funding from the DFG. The project deals with the design of intelligent mobile health applications (mHealth) on smartphones. It pursues the goal of designing and implementing mHealth in such a way that a more sustainable improvement in health behavior can be achieved. The focus is on dynamic analysis of user data to enable targeted and contextdependent push notifications using adaptive technologies. The project will kick-off in January and will run for a duration of two years.