The 2019 IISI-EUSSET Live Time Achievement Award 2019 went to Bonnie Nardi. Bonnie Nardi is Professor (Emer.) in the School of Information and Computer Sciences at the University of California, Irvine. An anthropologist, she is interested in social theory, computing
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The two recent interviews on “The European Tradition of CSCW” (with Volker Wulf and Myriam Lewkowicz) just have been published in the Business & Information Systems Engineering journal – the article can be accessed via http://rdcu.be/GSVq.
IT artifacts pervade almost all aspects of our daily lives, so much so that almost all our day-to-day practices involve interaction with them. A radical re-thinking of the computing field which recognizes the complex relationship between system and practice has
Today at ECSCW 2017 in Sheffield the EUSSET-IISI Lifetime Achievement Award was awarded to Mark Ackermann. Mark Ackerman‘s influence in the CSCW community can be traced back to his work in the Answer Garden projects and the seminal papers related
We have interviewed the winners of the inaugural David B. Martin Best Paper Award, Mateusz Dolata and Gerhard Schwabe (University of Zurich). You can find the interview here.
In June 2017, Alexander Richter interviewed Volker Wulf, current chairman of the steering committee of EUSSET, about the history of the European Tradition in Computer Supported Cooperative Work (CSCW). The transcript of the interview is available on this website.
The David B. Martin Best Paper Award has been established in memory of the late Dr. David Martin, a stalwart of the ECSCW community and Associate Editor of the CSCW journal. The Award will be bestowed yearly upon a full
President Trump’s Executive Order of 27 January, suspending visas to nationals of seven countries, has been met with apposite condemnation, in the US and internationally, as an act of overt discrimination on the basis of nationality alone. As pointed out
The 6th international workshop on Infrastructures for healthcare (IHC): Infrastructures for governance, quality improvement and service efficiency Organizing institutions: Aarhus University, Fondazione Bruno Kessler Aarhus, Denmark: 22nd – 23rd of June 2017 Deadline for paper submission: 20th of February 2017