[CITASA] CfP: 5th International Conference on Communities & Technologies, C&T 2011, Brisbane 29 June - 2 July 2011
khampton at asc.upenn.edu
Tue Oct 12 11:09:56 EDT 2010
2nd Call for Papers
5th International Conference on Communities & Technologies - C&T 2011
29 June - 2 July 2011, Queensland University of Technology, Brisbane, Australia
Submissions for C&T 2011 are still open until 10th Dec 2010
First C&T workshops announced:
Digital Cities 7: Real World Experiences
Making Sense of Twitter: Quantitative Analysis Using Twapperkeeper and Other Tools
Ethnographic Fiction and Speculative Design: Supporting Community Participation in the Development and Implementation of New Technologies
C&T 2011 OVERVIEW
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.
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:
Context and Location Awareness
Community-centred Design and Evaluation Methodologies
E-research with Communities
E-government and E-governance
Smart Community Services
Universal Usability and Accessibility
Tangible Interfaces for Community Interaction
Technologies of Scale Making
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 athttp://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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