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CFP: Europ. Conf. on Computer-Supported Cooperative Work (DL: 7.2.2011)

7. August 2010 in cfp, Veranstaltungen

ECSCW 2011 calls for submissions reporting on investigations into cooperation in real world settings, designs of innovative technologies to support collaboration, and studies dealing with the appropriation of these technologies. Conceptual work related to theory building is encouraged, as well.

ECSCW is interested in cooperative settings in the workplace, in everyday life, and the civic society, and across boundaries between these spheres of life. Submissions should address the unfolding practices of everyday work and life, and the application of computing technologies in these practices. Papers may also focus on design of such technologies or on historical accounts of use. With design is meant processes, methods, and outcoming artefacts. ECSCW solicits reports reflecting a rich variety of quantitative and qualitative research methods, including field studies and participatory approaches.

ECSCW is a bi-annual, international conference series. Since 1989, it has engaged researchers and scholars from academia and industry with high quality presentations and intense discussions (www.ecscw.org). ECSCW is affiliated with the European Association of Socially Embedded Technologies (EUSSET): www.eusset.eu

The conference is soliciting high quality contributions that report

  • novel techniques and technologies relevant to CSCW,
  • empirical studies of work that contribute to the design space of CSCW,
  • enhancement of the conceptual foundations of CSCW.

In particular, the conference welcomes contributions that focus on:

  • Empirical studies of collaboration in settings ranging from work to civic engagement and everyday life.
  • Comparative analyses of empirical studies that contribute to a deeper understanding of domain specific or more general CSCW principles.
  • Empirical studies on the appropriation of innovative technologies.
  • Innovative technologies, applications, or functionality in support of collaborative work.
  • Investigations into the usage and design of coordination artifacts as well as webs of technology (infrastructures).
  • New technology-enabled forms of organization and virtual organizing.
  • Collaboratories, distributed scientific work, and CSCW aspects of e-science.
  • Studies dealing with the technology induced reshaping of the division of labor between customers and producers and within the supply chain, e.g. prosuming phenomena.
  • Studies of intercultural cooperation, such as in globally engaged enterprises, multinational organizations, international NGOs, networks of the civil society, and off-shoring relationships.
  • Studies on collaborative work in emergent and developing economies.
  • Conception, construction and use of CSCW technologies in complex and demanding settings, like manufacturing, software engineering, healthcare, care giving, security, and control systems.
  • Ubiquitous and mobile computing in collaborative settings: empirical research of use, studies of integration with other CSCW technologies and applications.
  • Integration of CSCW technologies with existing infrastructures, such as information systems, production systems, decision support systems, and knowledge management systems.
  • Conception, construction, and use of innovative interaction modes for CSCW applications, e.g. interfaces and supportive functionalities for universal access.
  • Architectures supporting CSCW technologies with quality requirements, such as flexibility, tailorability, and adaptability.
  • Innovative use of social media to support collective action.
    Studies of collaboration across time, including knowledge management and expertise sharing.

All contributions will be rigorously evaluated in terms of their novelty, significance, quality, and contribution to the discipline. Accepted research papers and notes will be included in the conference proceedings published by Springer and freely available at the ECSCW website at: www.ecscw.org. They will also be indexed in and available through the ACM digital library.

ECSCW 2011 requires that submissions have not been published previously and that papers submitted are not under simultaneous review for any other publication.

Important Dates

  • 7 February, 2011: Papers and notes submissions due (electronic submission)
  • 15 March 2011: Master classes and workshops due (electronic submissions)
  • 25 March, 2011: All other submissions due (electronic submission)
  • 8 April, 2011: Accept/reject notification for papers, notes, master classes and workshops
  • 1 May, 2011: Finished papers (camera-ready electronic submission)
  • 24-28 September, 2011: Conference at Aarhus University

Also see http://www.ecscw2011.org/?page_id=9

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CFP: Intl. Conf. on Communities & Technologies 2011 (DL: 10.12.2010)

24. Juni 2010 in cfp, Veranstaltungen

Call for Papers

5th International Conference on Communities & Technologies – C&T 2011

29 June – 2 July 2011, Queensland University of Technology, Brisbane, Australia


The biennial Communities and Technologies (C&T) conference is the premier international forum for stimulating scholarly debate and disseminating research on the complex connections between communities – both physical and virtual – and information and communication technologies.

C&T 2011 welcomes participation from researchers, designers, educators, industry, and students from the many disciplines and perspectives bearing on the interaction between community and technology, including architecture, arts, business, design, economics, education, engineering, ergonomics, information technology, geography, health, humanities, law, media and communication studies, and social sciences. The conference program will include competitively selected, peer-reviewed papers, as well as pre-conference workshops, a doctoral consortium, and invited keynote and panel speakers.

We look forward to welcoming you to an exciting conference in Brisbane, Australia’s new world city.

Marcus Foth
Conference Chair


10 December 2010: Full papers and workshop proposals due
24 January 2011: Review reports due
18 February 2011: Notification of acceptances sent to authors
4 March 2011: Camera ready papers due
30 April 2011: Workshop papers, Doctoral Consortium and Student Volunteer applications due
29 June 2011: Pre-conference workshops and Doctoral Consortium
30 June – 2 July 2011: C&T 2011 conference at QUT, Brisbane, Australia


C&T 2011 welcomes contributions in all areas of community and technology research, design and development. In addition, we particularly invite authors to address any of the following topics:

Augmented Reality
Civic Intelligence
Context and Location Awareness
Community-centred Design and Evaluation Methodologies
Community Engagement
E-research with Communities
E-government and E-governance
Smart Community Services
Universal Usability and Accessibility
Urban Informatics
Tangible Interfaces for Community Interaction
Technologies of Scale Making
Visualisation Techniques
Working across Cultures


All submissions must be written in English. Papers must be no longer than 10 pages, including all additional material such as references, appendices, and figures. Please format papers using the ACM SIGCHI two column layout available at http://www.sigchi.org/chipubform. Full papers must include a title, sufficient space for the author name(s) to appear on the paper, contact information and affiliations, abstract, keywords, body, and references. Papers submitted by the due date will undergo a double blind peer review process by an international panel and evaluated on the basis of their significance, innovation, academic rigour, and clarity of writing. Accepted papers will be included in the published conference proceedings if at least one author of any accepted submission has registered and attends the conference. Papers are submitted via an online submission system that will be opened in September 2010.

Please send any questions to Jesper Kjeldskov, Technical Program Chair: jesper AT cs.aau.dk


Workshops are half day or full day sessions prior to the main conference program on 29 June 2011. Workshop proposals (max of 2 pages, using the ACM SIGCHI two column layout available at http://www.sigchi.org/chipubform) should be aimed at a community with a common interest. If you are working in an emerging area of Communities and Technologies, consider organising a workshop as an opportunity to advance the field and build momentum. C&T workshops might address basic or applied research and practice, new methodologies, emerging application areas, design innovations, management and organisational issues, or education. Each workshop should generate ideas that give the C&T community a new, organised way of thinking about the topic, or ideas that suggest promising directions for future research. Some workshops result in edited books or special issues of journals; you may consider including this goal in your workshop proposal.

Please send proposals to Jaz Choi, Workshop Chair: h.choi AT qut.edu.au


The Doctoral Consortium is scheduled prior to the main conference program on 29 June 2011. The Doctoral Consortium offers research students a special forum where they can present, discuss and progress their research plans with peers and established senior researchers. Research students wishing to attend the consortium should submit 4 pages, using the ACM SIGCHI two column layout available at http://www.sigchi.org/chipubform, addressing 4 headings: Aims and Background; Significance and Innovation; Methodology; Questions and Issues (that is, identify those areas you seek feedback on). Places at the consortium will be offered based on a review of the submitted proposals.

Please send applications to Christine Satchell, Doctoral Consortium Chair: christine.satchell AT qut.edu.au


C&T actively encourages students to volunteer at the conference. Being a student volunteer is a great way to support the research community, meet other students in the field, and attend an international ACM conference. You will help the conference organisers with the running of the conference and support the setting-up of presentations and workshops. You will see the latest in C&T research and development, and have fun while learning about running the conference. In return, you will get free registration. To apply, email us your contact details (email, phone, university), an abstract of your research project, a CV, and the reasons why you would like to be a student volunteer. Applications close on 30 April 2011.

Please send applications to Ronald Schroeter, Volunteers Chair: r.schroeter AT qut.edu.au

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CFP: Mediterranean Conference on Information Systems (DL: 1.5.2010)

9. März 2010 in cfp, Veranstaltungen

********************** CALL FOR PAPERS *****************************

MCIS 2010 – 5th Mediterranean Conference on Information Systems

Conference Track: eCollaboration and Web2.0

September 12-14, 2010
Tel-Aviv-Yafo (Israel)


eCollaboration and Web2.0: Technologies, Applications and Services for
Next-Generation Collaboration in Organizations and Society

Internet collaboration technologies and Web2.0 have profoundly changed
the way in which individuals, institutions and organisations interact with each
other. Novel collaborative arrangements in business and society realize
scenarios that integrate end-users as active co-producers of information,
products and services beyond social and organisational boundaries. Typical
applications facilitate user-generated value creation, communication,
interaction and the development of social relationships between different
social, organizational and commercial realities.

Enabling technologies for such approaches range from easy-to-use Web2.0
tools (e.g. wikis, blogs, messaging and social networking platforms) to
sophisticated cloud computing and software as a service platforms, to novel
user interfaces and mobile devices. This track welcomes submissions that
build on these developments and further state-of-the-art knowledge on
effective design, development, evaluation and deployment of collaborative
arrangements, systems, tools and services in different domains and branches.

Topics include (but not limited to):
– eCollaboration success factors and adoption case studies
– eCollaboration in global teams
– eCollaboration in social networks
– eCollaboration service platforms and marketplaces
– HCI for eCollaboration
– Group support systems and ideation
– User-generated content
– Online communities and Web2.0
– Web2.0 awareness techniques and applications
– Web2.0 value creation networks
– Enterprise 2.0 – corporate applications of Web2.0
– Integration of Social Software and Semantic Web
– Mobile collaboration and mobile Web2.0
– Cloud computing and outsourcing 2.0

PDF version of the call:

Journal outlet:
Best papers may be considered for publication in the CSCW Journal (The Journal
of Collaborative Computing). Talks with the journal editors for a special issue on
eCollaboration and Web2.0 are in progress.

We invite three types of submissions:
– Full research papers (7-12 pages)
– Research-in-progress papers (3-7 pages)
– Research and teaching case studies (7-12 pages)

Deadlines and dates:
– Submissions due: May 1, 2010
– Notification of acceptance: July 1, 2010
– Camera-ready versions due: July 15, 2010

Track Chairs:
Gerhard Schwabe, University of Zurich
Jasminko Novak, European Institute for Participatory Media, Berlin

Programme Commitee:
Robinson Aschoff, University of Zurich, Switzerland
Giorgio de Michelis, University of Milano-Bicocca, Italy
Monica Divitini, Norwegian University of Science and Technology, Norway
Bernd Freisleben, Philipps University Marburg. Germany
Felix Hampe, Technical University Delft, Netherlands
Karlheinz Kautz, Copenhagen Business School, Denmark
Michael Koch, University of Federal Armed Forces, Germany
Jan-Marco Leimeister, University of Kassel, Germany
Kathrin Möslein, University of Erlangen-Nürnberg, Germany
Volkmar Pipek, University of Siegen, Germany
Wolfgang Prinz, RWTH Aachen / Fraunhofer FIT, Germany
Kai Riemer, University of Sydney, Australia
Carla Simone, University of Milano-Bicocca, Italy
Paul Swatman, University of Tasmania, Australia
Lucia Terrenghi, Vodafone Group Research & Development, Germany
Jürgen Ziegler, University of Duisburg-Essen, Germany

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CFP: Conf. on Collaboration and Technology (CRIWG) 2010 (DL: 26.3.2010)

18. Februar 2010 in cfp

The CRIWG 2010 workshop seeks paper contributions on the following key areas:

  • Collaboration technologies and technology issues:
    • Jointly authored pages,
    • Streaming, and information access
    • Groupware UI considerations
    • Experience design
    • Groupware frameworks & toolkits
    • Groupware design approaches
    • Access control, alerts, attention mechanisms
    • Presence indicators, awareness
    • Collaboration and surface computing
    • Privacy, security, access, IP
  • Collaboration concepts and theories, for example:
    • Group Productivity, efficiency, effectiveness
    • Theory on satisfaction, acceptance,
    • Adoption, and diffusion
    • Collaboration across and between cultures
    • Trust, Consensus, Commitment
  • Aggregated systems
    • Group support systems
    • Collaborative modeling tools
    • Workflow management systems
    • Collaborative project management systems
  • Application Domains for Groupware:
    • Medical applications
    • Organizational learning
    • Emergency management
    • Mobile collaboration
    • Gaming
    • Collaborative Engineering or Design
  • Social Aspects of groupware:
    • Social creativity
    • Group dynamics
    • Facilitation and scaffolding of collaboration
    • Virtual worlds, communities
    • Social Network Systems
    • Ethics and values


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CFP I-Know 2010 (DL: 8.3.2010)

11. Februar 2010 in cfp

Call for Papers I-KNOW 2010
10th International Conference on Knowledge Management and Knowledge Technologies

1 – 3 September 2010, messecongress|graz, Austria

Important Dates:

– Paper Submission Deadline: 8 March 2010
– Notification of Acceptance: April 2010
– Submission of Camera-Ready Paper: May 2010


I-KNOW reflects the increasing importance and convergence of knowledge management and knowledge technologies and aims at bridging the gaps between the various communities and their technology fields.
Now in its tenth year, I-KNOW has a tradition of bringing together Europe´s leading researchers and practitioners involved in knowledge management. Attracting more than 500 international attendees, I-KNOW is the premier conference on knowledge management and knowledge technologies in Europe.
I-KNOW provides a perfect opportunity to stay abreast of the latest developments in these fields. The novelty and quality of the accepted contributions are ensured by a high-level program committee featuring international experts on a broad range of knowledge management topics.I-KNOW 2010 will be held concurrently with the I-SEMANTICS 2010 – International Conference on Semantic Systems.

Submissions and Conference Proceedings

I-KNOW 2010 invites the submission of original contributions from academic, public and industrial/commercial sectors. The conference focus is on application-oriented research with emphasis on information technologies for knowledge management and new management tools and methods. We welcome papers which present methods, tools, technologies best practices, and case studies.
All accepted full papers of I-KNOW 2010 will appear in a special issue of J.UCS – Journal of University Computer Science.

Conference topics include (but are not limited to):

I. Knowledge Management

* Theories for Knowledge Management
* Concepts for Knowledge Management
* Models for Knowledge Management
* Innovative Approaches to Knowledge Management
* Evaluations and Use Case Studies of Knowledge Management

II. Knowledge Discovery

* Information Retrieval and Search Visualization
* Knowledge & Information Visualization
* Semantic Enhanced Knowledge Discovery
* Knowledge Discovery in the Future Internet
* Information Quality in the Web
* Knowledge Relationship Discovery and Statistical Relational Learning
* Large Scale Knowledge Discovery
* Text Mining & Semantic Enrichment

III. Knowledge Services

* User context detection services
* User profile modelling and maintenance services
* Context-aware recommendation services
* Collaborative knowledge construction and modelling services
* Collaborative knowledge maturing services
* Knowledge sharing and communication services

..which are based on Knowledge Technologies such as

* Web 2.0 and Future Internet
* Social Network Analysis
* Adaptive, context-aware systems
* Semantic technologies
* Mobile computing approaches
* Web-services, SOA, service orchestration
* Linked-open data
* Trust & privacy approaches

IV. Social Media

* Models of propagation and influence in twitter, blogs and social tagging systems
* models of expertise and trust in twitter, wikis, newsgroups, question and answering systems
* Agent-based models of social media
* Models of emergent social media properties
* Cooperation and collaboration models
* Modeling social media users and their motivations and goals
* Architectural and framework models
* User modeling and behavioural models
* Social Media Engineering

V. Enterprise 2.0 and Social Web: Case Studies and Evaluations

* Enterprise 2.0
* Corporate Web 2.0
* Social Networking (Services) and the Enterprise
* Wikis, (Micro-)Blogs and the Enterprise
* Computer-Mediated Communication and Computer-Supported Collaborative Work with Social Media
* Communities and Social Media
* Knowledge Transfer, Sharing and Diffusion with Social Media
* Knowledge Management in the Future Internet of People, Content and Knowledge
* Knowledge Management and Business Model Innovation
* Web 2.0 and Viral Marketing

Conference Chairs

Klaus Tochtermann, Know-Center and Graz University of Technology, Austria
Hermann Maurer, Graz University of Technology, Austria

Program Chairs

Stefanie Lindstaedt, Know-Center and Graz University of Technology, Austria
Michael Granitzer, Know-Center and Graz University of Technology, Austria
Horst Bischof, Graz University of Technology, Austria
Werner Haas, Joanneum Research, Austria
Dietrich Albert, University of Graz, Austria

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