PhD in cognitive psychology with expertise in sleep, A.I. and preventative health. Dr. Gartenberg is currently an Adjunct Assistant Professor at Penn State and CEO of SleepSpace, where one of his roles is the principal investigator on Phase II SBIR grants from the National Science Foundation and National Institutes of Health. Daniel has 3 patents, 10s of peer reviewed publication, and his technology has been featured on TED.com, the Today Show, Gizmodo, Discoveries and Breakthroughs Inside Science, DC Inno, APA Magazine, Apartment Therapy, Sleep Review Magazine, Entrepeneur.com, Business Insider, Lonely Planet, and App Picker.
Daniel’s recent venture involves developing a digital sleep assistant for regenerative rest and optimum consciousness by accurately tracking the stages of sleep and providing real-time interventions using sound, light and temperature. By applying 10 years of novel sleep research on wearable technology and machine learning algorithms, the assistant seeks to solve one of our age’s most important healthcare problems affecting billions of people around the world – poor sleep health. The assistant not only provides direct interventions on a nightly basis, but connects consumers with coaches, clinicians, and corporate wellness programs by sharing their personalized sleep data and unique needs. Visit sleepspace.com for more.