Full Programme

(F) means Full Paper – 25 minutes for presentation and questions
(S) means Short Paper – 15 minutes for presentation and questions
(CS) means Case Study – 15 minutes for presentation and questions

C&T 2017 is hosting 11 full-day workshops and the Doctoral Consortium on Monday and Tuesday. All Workshops and the Doctoral Consortium are running parallel.

                          Monday 26th – UTT
09:00 – 10:30 C&T workshops / DC
10:30-11:00 Coffee break
11:00-12:30 C&T workshops / DC
12:30-14:00 Lunch
14:00-15:30 C&T workshops / DC
15:30-16:00 Coffee break
16:00-18:00 C&T workshops / DC
                             Free time
                            Tuesday 27th – UTT
09:00 – 10:30 C&T workshops
10:30-11:00 Coffee break
11:00-12:30 C&T workshops
12:30-14:00 Lunch
14:00-15:30 C&T workshops
15:30-16:00 Coffee break
16:00-18:00 C&T workshops
19:00-22:00 Welcome party at the Town Hall, salle du conseil de l’hôtel de ville (Place A. Israël)
                                                                             Wednesday 28th – Museum of Modern Art
09:00 – 10:30 Welcome and Keynote

Three Challenges for Politics and Technology Development: Organizational Complexity, Virtuality, and Design Values
• Lance Bennett & Alan Borning

10:30-11:00 Coffee break
11:00-12:30 Technology for Community Issues

Barriers for Bridging Interpersonal Gaps: Three Inspirational Design Patterns for Collocated Social Interaction (F)
• Robb Mitchell and Thomas Olsson

Urban Knitters on Interweaving Craft, Technologies and Urban Participation (F)
• Janis Meissner and Geraldine Fitzpatrick

Homeless Young People, Jobs, and a Future Vision: Community Members’ Perceptions of the Job Co-op (F)
• David Hendry, Norah Abokhodair, Rose Paquet Kinsley and Jill Palzkill Woelfer

Lessons from Urban Guerrilla Placemaking for Smart City Commons (S)
• Marcus Foth

12:30-14:00 Lunch
14:00-15:30 Health Communities

Developing Communities of Practice in Public Administrations: Analysis and Design Approaches (F)
• Oliver Blunk and Michael Prilla

Modeling Cooperative Work at a Medical Department (F)
• Lars Rune Christensen and Thomas Hildebrandt, Lars Rune Christensen and Thomas Hildebrandt

Towards Care-based Design: Trusted Others in Nurturing Posttraumatic Growth outside of Therapy (F)
• Alice V. Brown and Jaz Hee-Jeong Choi

Design Considerations to Support Nursing Homes’ Communities (S)
• Angela Di Fiore, Francesco Ceschel, Leysan Nurgalieva, Maurizio Marchese and Fabio Casati

15:30-16:00 Coffee break
16:00-17:45 Impacts

A Novel Method to Gauge Audience Engagement with Televised Election Debates through Instant, Nuanced Feedback Elicitation (F)
• Anna De Liddo, Brian Plüss and Paul Wilson

Exploring the Effects of Audience Visibility on Presenters and Attendees in Online Educational Presentations (F)
• Jennifer Marlow, Jason Wiese and Daniel Avrahami

Community-based Innovation among elite orienteers (F)
• Stina Nylander and Jakob Tholander

Seeking togetherness: moving toward a comparative evaluation framework in an interdisciplinary DIY networking project (S)
• Gareth Davies and Mark Gaved

The role of Participatory Social Mapping in the struggle of the territory and the right to the city: A case study in Buenos Aires (CS)
• Manuel Portela and Lucia Paz Errandonea

Free time
Thursday 29th – Museum of Modern Art
09:00 – 10:30   Civic Hacking

More than Smart, Beyond Resilient: Networking Communities for Antifragile Cities (F)
• Luke Hespanhol

Integrating mobile technologies to achieve community development goals: the case of telecenters in Brazil (F)
• Sara Vannini, David Nemer and Isabella Rega

Sustainable Hacking: Characteristics of the Design and Adoption of Civic Hacking Projects (F)
• Youyang Hou and Cliff Lampe

Creating a Datascape: a game to support communities in using open data (S)
• Annika Wolff, Matthew Barker and Marian Petre

10:30-11:00 Coffee break
11:00-12:30   Online and Offline Communities

Going Online to Meet Offline: Organizational Practices of Social Activities Through Meetup (F)
• Steve Ricken, Louise Barkhuus and Quentin Jones

Scaffolded Help for Informal Learning: How Experts Support Newcomers’ Productive Participation in an Online Community (F)
• Aditya Johri and Seungwon Yang

To Go or not to Go! What Influences Newcomers of Hybrid Communities to Participate Offline (F)
• Di Lu, Rosta Farzan and Claudia López

Friendly but not Friends: Designing for Spaces Between Friendship and Unfamiliarity (S)
• Airi Lampinen, Donald McMillan, Barry Brown, Zarah Faraj, Deha Nemutlu Cambazoglu and Christian Virtala

12:30-14:00 Lunch
14:00-15:15 Emergency Technology and Community

Centralized Crowdsourcing in Disaster Management: Findings and Implications (F)
• Daniel Auferbauer and Hilda Tellioglu

Interpersonal Influence in Viral Social Media – A Study of Refugee Stories on Virality (F)
• Osama Mansour and Nasrine Olson

Implications of Synchronous IVR Radio on Syrian Refugee Health and Community Dynamics (F)
• Reem Talhouk, Tom Bartindale, Kyle Montague, Sandra Mesmar, Chaza Akik, Ali Ghassani, Martine Najem, Hala Ghattas, Patrick Olivier and Madeline Balaam

15:15-15:45  Coffee break
15:45-17:15   Connections

Remix Portal: Connecting Classrooms with Local Music Communities (F)
• Colin Dodds, Ahmed Kharrufa, Anne Preston, Catherine Preston and Patrick Olivier

Expanding the Design Space of ICT for Participatory Budgeting (F)
• Cristhian Parra, Christelle Rohaut, Marianne Maeckelbergh, Valerie Issarny and James Holston

Exploring Public Places as Infrastructures for Civic M-Learning (F)
• Dan Richardson, Clara Crivellaro, Ahmed Kharrufa, Kyle Montague and Patrick Olivier

Starting up an E-Mentoring Relationship. A User Study. (S)
• Katja Neureiter, Johannes Vollmer, Rebecca Luisa Gerwert Vaz de Carvalho and Manfred Tscheligi

18:00-19:00 Guided pedestrian visit of Troyes
19:30 – 22:30 Gala dinner – Le Bois du Bon Séjour
                              Friday 30th – Museum of Modern Art
09:00 – 10:30   Technologies in Communities

Share yourself first: exploring strategies for the creation of locative content for and by low-literacy communities (F)
• Claudia Silva, Valentina Nisi and Joseph D. Straubhaar

Untangling the Mess of Technological Artifacts: Investigating Community Artifact Ecologies (F)
• Susanne Bødker, Peter Lyle and Joanna Saad-Sulonen

Improving the flow of livelihood information among unemployed youth in an informal settlement of Windhoek, Namibia (F)
• Marly Samuel, Jennyfer Taylor, Heike Winschiers-Theophilus and Marko Nieminen

Infrastructures of the Imagination: Community Design for Speculative Urban Technologies (S)
• Karl Baumann, Benjamin Stokes, François Bar and Ben Caldwell

10:30-11:00  Coffee break
11:00-12:15 Appropriate Research and Design

Design for Existential Crisis in the Anthropocene Age (F)
• Ann Light, Alison Powell and Irina Shklovski

On Creative Metaphors in Technology Design: Case “Magic” (F)
• Johanna Ylipulli, Anna Luusua and Timo Ojala

Unsettling Research Practice (F)
• Lisa Nathan, Michelle Kaczmarek, Maggie Castor, Shannon Cheng and Raquel Mann

12:15-13:00 Town Hall Meeting and Conference closing
13:00 Lunch