The COOP 2014 Doctoral Colloquium is a forum in which Ph.D. students meet and discuss their work with each other and the DC chairs. It offers each student a forum for receiving comments and fresh perspectives on their work from researchers and students outside their own institution. This is also a way to promote the development of a supportive community of scholars and a spirit of collaborative research.
The COOP 2014 Doctoral Colloquium participants are:
- Leonard Dumas (Compiegne University of Technology, France), “Characterisation of tasks and views in collaborative publishing chains”
- Michael Stewart (Virginia Tech, USA), “Co-consumption as Shared Experience to Promote Togetherness”
- Amina Saoutal (Troyes University of Technology, France), “Cooperative System Supporting Awareness in Crisis Management”
- Neha Gupta (University of Nottingham, UK), “Understanding the micro-task based crowdsourcing landscape”
- Anna Maria Polli (Aarhus University, Denmark), “In-Situ and Ex-Situ Appropriation of Participatory IT”
- Tunazzina Sultana (University of Milano Bicocca, Italy), “‘Time Banking’ in and around Socio-economic Development: Potentials in Developing Countries through Information Technologies”
- Elizabeth Hanley (University of Technology Sydney, Australia), “Enacting the vision of integrated care with complex and vulnerable clients in primary health care”
- Sara Tena (Universidad Carlos III de Madrid, Spain), “Designing Collaborative Technologies for Continuity in Emergency Planning”
At the conference: Accepted submissions will be presented at the Doctoral Colloquium which is open only to participants. The camera-ready version of your four-page overview paper will be published online on the Conference Website.
Important Note: Authors of accepted DC papers are required to register for the full COOP Conference.
COOP 2014 Doctoral Colloquium Chairs
Myriam Lewkowicz (Troyes University of Technology, France)
Liam Bannon (TrentoRISE, Italy/ Aarhus University, Denmark/University of Limerick, Ireland)