The calls for contributions for the European conferences on computer supported cooperative work (ECSCW) 2023 are now out and available on our web site: https://ecscw.eusset.eu/
You can contribute by submitting your journal papers, exploratory papers, notes, proposals for organizing workshops and masterclasses, and more.
You will find information about submitting journal papers to the ECSCW track of the Journal of CSCW here: https://ecscw.eusset.eu/2023/journal-papers/
If you are a PhD student please consider submitting to our doctoral colloquium: https://ecscw.eusset.eu/2023/doctoral-colloquium/
If you are industry representative, consider demonstrating your products or services at the conference. We also have a sponsorship program. Please contact us for more information.
Some important dates:
* February 20, 2023: Deadline for most types of contributions.
* April 1, 2023: Cut-off date for Journal of CSCW papers to be presented at the conference. (You can submit your journal paper anytime through the above link).
Please also note that ECSCW 2023 happens the week before ECIS (European conference on IS) that is also in Norway, but in the city of Kristiansand. See https://ecis2023.no/
ECSCW is a conference of EUSSET, the European association of researchers interested in socially-embedded technologies (https://www.eusset.eu/). You can find earlier ECSCW proceedings in EUSSET digital library here: https://dl.eusset.eu/handle/20.500.12015/1448
Hope to see you in Trondheim!
The organizing team of ECSCW 2023.
Babak Farshchian is an associate professor at the Norwegian University of Science and Technology ((NTNU) in the lovely town of Trondheim approximately half the way north of Norway. At NTNU he teaches research methods and software engineering. His research interests are currently related to platformization processes in the public sector, in particular in the area of healthcare and social/welfare services. He is also interested in participation and empowerment processes in digitalization. He is a member of the EUSSET steering committee where he is currently helping develop early career services with a focus on academic mobility. You can find out more about him in his NTNU profile page.