Conference Schedule

Saturday 21/9Sunday 22/9Monday 23/9Tuesday 24/9Wednesday 25/9
Early morning

Conference opening
Room Akamas A

Opening keynote by Sampsa Hyysalo: Timeframe, scopeframe ...dataframe & theory framed - the news that longitudinal multisite studies might hold for CsCw
Paper session 3
Room Akamas A

Session chair: Michael Prilla
Keynote: Marco Susani
Room Akamas A
Envisioning the collaborative work of the future: spaces, tools, experiences. From user observation to design strategies
Morning Break
Late morning

Paper Session 1
Room Akamas A

Session chair: Richard Harper
Work in Progress - session 2
Room Akamas A

Session chair: Carla Simone
Paper Session 5
Room Akamas A

Session chair: Toni Robertson
Lunch BreakEUSSET meeting
Room Akamas B
Focus on Demos
Early afternoon

Paper Session 2
Room Akamas A

Session chair: Monica Divitrini
Paper Session 4
Room Akamas A

Session chair: Par-Ola Zander
EUSSET Award + lecture by winner
Room Akamas A

Conference closing
Afternoon Break
Late afternoon

Work in Progress - session 1
Room Akamas A

Session chair: Myriam Lewkowicz
Panel - CSCW beyond W: Option or necessity?
Room Akamas A
Eveninginformal get togetherConference Reception
Hotel Terraces
(18:30-19:30 Meet up for drinks and informal interaction)
Conference Dinner

DC=Doctoral Colloquium

Paper Session 1
Andy Crabtree, Peter Tolmie and Mark Rouncefield.
How Many Bloody Examples Do You Want? - Fieldwork and Generalisation

Luigina Ciolfi.
The Collaborative Work of Heritage: Open Challenges for CSCW

Susanne Bodker and Erik Gronvall.
Calendars: Time coordination and overview in families and beyond.

Paper Session 2
Federico Cabitza and Carla Simone.
Drops hollowing the Stone. Workarounds as resources for better task-artifact fit.

Jorgen P. Bansler, Erling C. Havn, Troels M?nsted, Kjeld Schmidt and Jesper Hastrup Svendsen.
Physicians' Progress Notes - The Integrative Core of the Medical Record

Michael Prilla, Viktoria Pammer and Birgit Krogstie.
Fostering Collaborative Redesign of Work Practice: Challenges for Tools Supporting Reflection at Work.

Papers session 3
Muhammad Adeel, Bernhard Nett, Turkan Gurbanova, Volker Wulf and Dave Randall.
The Challenges of Microfinance Innovation: Understanding "private services".

Norman Su.
The Social Life of Tunes: Representing the Aesthetics of Reception.

Oded Nov, Ofer Arazy, Kelly Lotts and Thomas Naberhaus.
Motivation-targeted personalized UI design: a novel approach to enhancing citizen science participation (note).

Paper Session 4
Ilaria Redaelli and Antonella Carassa.
Temporality in planning: the case of the allocation of parking areas for aircrafts

Joel Fischer, Stuart Reeves, Stuart Moran, Chris Greenhalgh, Steve Benford and Stef Rennick Egglestone.
Understanding Mobile Notification Management in Collocated Groups

Thomas Ludwig, Christian Reuter and Volkmar Pipek.
What You See Is What I Need: Mobile Reporting Practices in Emergencies.

Paper Session 5
Naja L. Holten Moller.
Achieving Continuity of Care: A Study of the Challenges in a Danish and a US Hospital Department

Richard Harper, Christian Bird, Thomas Zimmermann and Brendan Murphy.
Dwelling in Software: aspects of the felt-life of engineers in large software projects

Tone Bratteteig and Ina Wagner.
Moving healthcare to the home: the work to make homecare work.

Work in Progress Session 1

Social Awareness Support for Meeting Informal Carers' Needs: Early Development in TOPIC

Integrating work in new models of primary health care

Designing for iPad-classrooms

Detecting user's interests based on the accuracy of collaborative tagging information

Semi-Automatic Tagging for Email

Application of Icon System for multiple viewpoints collaboration in design project

Work in Progress Session 2

Tora Bikson Memorial

'Practice turn' and CSCW identity

Social Edition 4 The Book of Disquiet: The Disquiet of Experts with Common Users

Enabling Social Media Research Through Citizen Social Science

Starting a Garden, Caring for It, Growing with It - a Study on Collective Practices in Urban Gardening

Food awareness through collaboration from farm to fork

Panel - CSCW beyond W: Option or necessity?

Since the CSCW community engaged into the quest for appropriate support for collaboration at the workplace in the late Eighties, quite a number of framing conditions have changed. We hardly find any practices who do not already have some kind of IT support, practices change quicker due to IT-enabled higher levels of flexibility, with 'Ubiquitous Computing' turning from idea to reality the practices are more interconnected, and this particularly also applies to practices beyond the workplace. New forms of work emerged, and maintaining connected but balanced practices between worklife and the private sphere has become a challenge that requires (and have to some extent produced) higher levels of computer literacy.

CSCW research methods and practices were able to keep up with the changes, but we see more and more projects and approaches that go beyond traditional CSCW foci like work activities, the "organization", and business environments.

- Have our practice environments changed so much that we actually need a modified research agenda to address these fields and approaches more systematically?
- What can we learn for work environments from research on the 'leisure' environments and activities?
- Where is the beginning of a practice we look at, and where does ist end (interconnected practices, work/leasure spheres)?

Luigina Ciolfi, Sheffield Hallam University, UK
Antonietta Grasso, XEROX research centre Europe, Meylan, France
Sampsa Hyysalo, Aalto University Helsinki, Finland
Christopher LeDantec, Georgia Tech Atlanta, GA, USA

Volkmar Pipek, University of Siegen, Germany

EUSSET Award + lecture by winner
  • EUSSET-IISI Lifetime Achievement Award for Liam Bannon and Kjeld Schmidt
  • Award Ceremony and Laudatio by Ina Wagner, TU Vienna and University of Oslo
  • Invited talk by the Laureats: 'Reflecting on the past - Shaping CSCW's futures'




Supported by

Interaction Design Foundation