[CITASA] Information Technology and City Life // CSCW 2015 WORKSHOP
raz.schwartz at cornell.edu
Wed Dec 3 18:37:16 EST 2014
Hi everyone! I am helping to organize this workshop at CSCW. Please feel free to send this around!
Information Technology and City Life // CSCW 2015 WORKSHOP
Saturday March 14 & Sunday March 15, 2015 | Vancouver, BC, Canada
Part of the 18th ACM conference on Computer-Supported Cooperative Work and Social Computing
Our aim is to facilitate a session that encourages computer scientists, industry professionals, academic researchers, architects, urban planners, government officials, hackers, artists, and other interested participants to work together to explore timely questions relating to Information Technology and City Life.
More information here: http://citytech.apps-1and1.com/
We accept two types of submissions: (1) original research or work-in-progress and (2) project idea that includes a description of a problem and possible solution (such as tool) that might be developed as part of this workshop.
All contributions must be submitted as PDF files. This workshop accepts research or work-in-progress papers (no longer than 2 pages) or position papers (no longer than 2 pages). All papers must be submitted by the deadlines provided below and formatted in CHI Extended Abstract, camera-ready style. All submitted contributions will be reviewed and judged on originality, technical correctness, relevance, and quality of presentation by the program committee. All accepted submissions must be presented during the workshop. Please submit papers to citytechcscw15 at gmail.com<mailto:citytechcscw15 at gmail.com>
Paper submission deadline: December 15, 2014
Paper acceptance notifications: January 15, 2015
Elizabeth Daly, IBM Research Lab Dublin
Sheena Erte, DePaul University
Rosta Farzan, University of Pittsburgh
Gary Hsieh, University of Washington
Cliff Lampe, University of Michigan
Claudia Lopez, University of Pittsburgh
Andres Monroy-Hernandez, Microsoft Research
Daniele Quercia, Yahoo! Labs Barcelona
Raz Schwartz, Facebook Research
Amy Voida, Indiana University Indianapolis
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