The first 24 months of the project have focused on recruitment, consolidation of processes, delivery of five training events, communications and dissemination activities, as well as Early Stage Researchers’ (ESRs) research activities and scientific deliverables. The 33 publications research peer-reviewed publications include 10 journal papers, 16 conference papers (and additional 3 accepted for publication), 6 workshop papers, and 1 book chapter. Highlights include (ESR 9, UNICATT; ESR 8, UJI) collaborative papers in high impact journals JMIR Research Protocol, Journal of Anxiety Disorders, Systematic Reviews and Annual Review of CyberTherapy and Telemedicine, (ESR 6, UOXF), in ACM Transactions on Cyber-Physical Systems and in IEEE Transactions on Human-Machine Systems, and (ESR 2, ESR4, and collaborative paper between KTH, ULANC and TCD) in the flagship CHI conference (acceptance rate 24%). Additional highlights include best paper award received by Andrea Patanè and Professor Marta Kwiatkowska at the 4th International Conference on Machine Learning, Optimization, and Data Science for their innovative research into emotion recognition in mobile wearable devices, AffecTech presence at ACM CHI and DIS 2018, and at PhysioNet Challenge 2018 where ESR 6 and ESR 7 ranked 4th. Apart from academic papers such as literature review, or systematic review, evaluation of existing mental health-related apps, or critique of memory-based interventions in depression, ESRs’ outcomes include also new algorithms or approaches to biosignal analysis, conceptual designs, smart materials exploration, and interactive prototypes.