Special Issue in the JCSCW on Moving Back to the Control Room – Revisiting Centres of Coordination In this call we ask for innovative studies of collaboration in control rooms and reflections on the consequences of recent technological and organizational developments on the control rooms of today. Some of the
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This years winners of David B. Martin Award in an interview about their research, their plans, and their generous donation to a reforestation project in Hatay, Turkey: https://www.eusset.eu/awards/david-b-martin-best-paper-award/2021-david-b-martin-award-interview/ . We congratulate them on their success and thank them for the environmental engagement!
#ECSCW2021 offers many possibilities to learn about #EUSSET and get to know the people behind the scenes. Have a look at the whole range of dedicated EUSSET events and feel free to approach us during the conference.
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Lifetime Achievement Award
EUSSET-IISI Lifetime Achievement Award 2021 for Carla Simone We are pleased to announce that Carla Simone receives the 2021 EUSSET-IISI Lifetime Achievement Award. This way EUSSET and IISI recognize her outstanding contributions to the CSCW research, as well as her long-term engagement within the scientific community. We congratulate Carla to
IISI-EUSSET Lifetime Achievement Award 2020 to Kari Kuutti We recognize Kari Kuutti this year for the importance of bringing activity theory into systems design and social computing research and his detailed contributions to the field. His work has fostered new directions to work of others for many years, and materially expanded the
IISI-EUSSET Lifetime Achievement Award 2019 to Bonnie Nardi Her most recent book, Heteromation and Other Stories of Computing and Capitalism (co-authored with Hamid Ekbia), was published in 2017 by the MIT Press. Bonnie co-edits the MIT Press Acting with Technology Series (with Kirsten Foot and Victor Kaptelinin). She is a senior editor
Best Paper Award
The winner of the 2020 David B. Martin Award is Oindrila Matilal for her paper “Time Matters: Flexi-time and women’s retention in the 24/7 workplace” (access via >> EUSSET DL). Find an interview with the winner here. Abstract. Historically, the ability to exercise agency over the scheduling of working-time has shaped women’s retention in the
The winners of the 2019 David B. Martin Award are Srihari Hulikal Muralidhar, Claus Bossen & Jacki O’Neill for their paper “Rethinking Financial Inclusion: from Access to Autonomy” (access via >> EUSSET DL). Abstract. Financial inclusion has been defined and understood primarily in terms of access, thereby constituting ‘inclusion’/‘exclusion’ as a binary. This
The 2018 winners of the award are Chiara Rossitto and Airi Lampinen for their paper “Co-Creating the Workplace: Participatory Efforts to Enable Individual Work at the Hoffice” (access via >> EUSSET DL). Abstract. This paper analyzes the self-organizing network Hoffice – a merger between the words home and office –
EUSSET in Perspective
EUSSET: Kari, you have been awarded the EUSSET-IISI Lifetime Achievement Award as announced during the ECSCW 2020. Congratulations! In this interview, we would like to learn more about your personal perspective on the award and on the CSCW research.The award was established to recognize outstanding contributions to the innovation and
EUSSET: Volker, one of the milestones the history of the European tradition of CSCW was certainly the first, unofficial, ECSCW meeting in London in 1989, nearly 28 years ago. What happened since then?Volker Wulf: I think we have to understand that CSCW is a community which came out of the rather dramatic
Myriam Lewkowicz is Full Professor in Informatics at Troyes University of Technology (France), where she heads the teaching program “Management of Information Systems”, and the pluridisciplinary research team Tech-CICO (UMR CNRS 6281). Her interdisciplinary research involves defining digital technologies to support existing collective practices or to design new collective activities.