Tuesday, 27 May 2014  (St Jean d’Angély 2)
Workshops and Doctoral Colloquium

09:00 Workshops and Doctoral Colloquium begin
Workshop 1: The Internet as Critical Infrastructure: socio-technical issues – 1B04
Workshop 2: The European field study tradition – 1B12
Workshop 3: Workshop Proposal: Cooperative Technologies in Democratic Processes – Beyond e-Voting -1B16
Workshop 4: The Role of Artefacts in Social Coordination – 2B04
Workshop 5: Collective creativity: collaborative processes in new socio-technical environments – 2B08
Workshop 6: USCIAMO: Workshop on Urban Sustainable, Collaborative and Adaptive MObility – 2B16
Doctoral Colloquium – 1A30

11:00 Morning Break
12:30 Lunch
15:30 Afternoon Break
17:00 Workshops and Doctoral Colloquium end

Wednesday, 28 May 2014 (amphi 4 – SJA2)
09:00 Conference Opening
09:15 Keynote Presentation (Chair: David Martin):
“The Location of The Mind”, Julia Tanney (University of Kent)

10:15 Break
10:45 Paper Session 1 (Chair: Jacki O’Neill)

  • Nothing free about free market, Eli Larsen and Gunnar Ellingsen
  • Suffering Beyond Negotiation: Processes, Cooperation and Participation in Design for Therapy, Olav W. Bertelsen
  • Observing the Work Practices of an Inter-professional Home Care Team or How to Support a Dynamic Approach for Quality Home Care Delivery, Khuloud Abou Amsha and Myriam Lewkowicz
  • When medical expertise meets record expertise: the practices of patients’ accessible medical records in China, Yunan Chen and Katie Pine

12:45  Lunch Break
13:45 Paper Session 2 – Early Career Researchers Track (Chair: Barry Brown)

  • Of Corals and Web Portals: Towards a Digital Representation of Risk for the Cold-water Corals in the Oil and Gas Sector, Elena Parmiggiani
  • People, Plans and Place: understanding and supporting responses to rural public transport disruption, Konstantinos Papangelis, Alan Chamberlain, Nagendra Velada, David Corsar, Somayajulu Sripada, John Nelson and Mark Beecroft
  • Visualizing Targeted Audiences, Saiph Savage, Angus Forbes, Carlos Toxtli, Grant McKenzie, Shloka Mitesh Desai and Tobias Hollerer
  • Revising the role of plans and planning in the management of the unexpected, Ilaria Redaelli and Antonella Carassa

15:45 Break
16:15 Paper Session 3 (Chair: Kjeld Schmidt)

  • Creating Relation Work: Characteristics for Local and Global Collaboration, Lars Rune Christensen, Rasmus Eskild Jensen and Pernille Bjørn
  • “Through the glossy box”: supporting ICT appropriation in communities of end-users and designers, Federico Cabitza e Carla Simone
  • Bug Reproduction: A Collaborative Practice within Software Maintenance Activities, Dhaval Vyas, Thomas Fritz and David Shepherd

Thursday, 29 May 2014  (amphi 031 –SJA3)
09:00 Paper Session 4 – Early Career Researchers Track (Chair: Barry Brown)

  • Unearthing the Information Infrastructure supporting Interpretative Work in Oil and Gas Exploration, Marius Mikalsen
  • Supporting Team Coordination on the Ground: Requirements from a Mixed-Reality Game, Joel Fischer, Wenchao Jiang, Andruid Kerne, Chris Greenhalgh, Sarvapali Ramchurn, Steven Reece, Nadia Pantidi and Tom Rodden
  • Collaborative Work and Its Relationship to Technologically-mediated Nomadicity, Aparecido Fabiano Pinatti de Carvalho
  • Designing for Continuity: Assisting Emergency Planning Practice through Computer-Supported Collaborative Technologies, Sara Tena, David Díez, Ignacio Aedo and Paloma Díaz

11:00 Break
11:30 Paper Session 5 (Chair: David Randall)

  • Orality, Gender & Social Audio in Rural Africa, Nicola J Bidwell, Thomas Reitmaier and Kululwa Jampo
  • Ethnography in parallel, Rinku Gajera and Jacki O’Neill
  • From Crowdsourced Mapping to Community Mapping: The Post-Earthquake Work of OpenStreetMap Haiti, Robert Soden and Leysia Palen
  • The Relevance of Annotations Shared by Tourists and Residents on a Geo-Social Network during a Large-Scale Touristic Event: the case of São João, Aline Morais and Nazareno Andrade

13:00 Lunch Break
14:00 Paper Session 6 (Chair: Carla Simone)

  • User and Group Behavior in Computer Support for Collaborative Reflection in Practice: An Explorative Data Analysis, Michael Prilla
  • Combining collaborative Modeling with collaborative Creativity for Process Design, Thomas Herrmann and Alexander Nolte
  • Memory Support Functionality in a Collaborative Space – Experiences from the Industry, Mari Ilona Tyllinen and Mika P. Nieminen

15:30 Break
16:00 Panel Discussion: “The Politics of Design” (Moderators: David Martin & Luigina Ciolfi)
The panel will debate different views and experiences on the ways in which design intersects with and relates to politics in a broad sense. 
Panelists: Olav W Bertelsen (University of Aarhus), Nicola Bidwell (University of Pretoria), Tone Bratteteig (University of Oslo), Alan Chamberlain (University of Nottingham)

19:00 Conference Dinner:  Restaurant “Koudou”, 28 Promenade des Anglais, 06000 Nice.

Friday, 30 May 2014 (amphi 031 – SJA 3)
09:00 Keynote Presentation (Chair: Luigina Ciolfi):
“Design, Self and the Digital”, Jayne Wallace (University of Dundee)

10:00 Break
10:30 Paper Session 7 (Chair: Myriam Lewkowicz)

  • Between initial familiarity and future use–a case of Collocated Collaborative Writing, Susanne Bødker and Anna Maria Polli
  • Lessons Learnt Working with Performance Data in Call Centres, Tommaso Colombino, Benjamin Hanrahan and Stefania Castellani
  • Designing cooperation for sustainable mobility – Mobile methods in ridesharing contexts, Johanna Meurer, Martin Stein and Volker Wulf
  • The concept of ‘practice’: What’s the point?, Kjeld Schmidt

12:30 Concluding Remarks

13:00 Conference ends


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