End of Year 2014: News from IFIP, IFIP WG9.2 and members/friends

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Feb 172015
 

See what WG9.2 members and friends are during now, with some dates upcoming around February 2015. There are also plenty of activities around the eHealth and the sustainability/environmental fields.

NOTE: While the websites cited have been crosschecked, WG9.2 cannot guarantee 100 per cent accuracy of the sites either now or in the future.

Plans underway!

  • February 2015. Plans are underway to organise an IFIP WG9.2 meeting in the UK in February 2015, possibly on Monday 23rd February 2015 (more details about this a little later in the early new year). The idea is for the content to be similar to that planned for ETHICOMP 2015 (see below).
  • February 2015. A selected number of WG9.2 members – with an interest in education and computing – have been invited to attend and to present at a meeting co-organised with, among others, the International Baccalaureate. It is focused around plans for tomorrow’s digital citizens, thanks to IFIP WG9.2 member, Richard Taylor of the International Baccalaureate. If you would like to know more, please write to the International Baccalaureate-related email address at: DPgroup4and5@ibo.org.

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November 2014:
 News from IFIP, IFIP WG9.2 and members/friends

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Nov 122014
 

See what WG9.2 members and friends are doing now, with some important dates coming up around February 2015.
Plenty of activities also around the eHealth field.

NB. While the websites cited have been crosschecked, WG9.2 cannot guarantee 100 per cent accuracy of the sites either now or in the future.

Plans underway!

  • February 2015. There are plans underway to organise the next IFIP WG9.2 meeting in the UK in February 2015. A second meeting, co-organised with the International Baccalaureate (among others) will be focused around plans for tomorrow’s digital citizens, thanks to IFIP WG9.2 member, Richard Taylor. More information in late November/early December 2014.
  • 1 February 2015 (Call for papers). ETHICOMP 2015: 20 Years of ETHICOMP: A Celebration, De Montfort University, Leicester, UK, Monday to Wednesday, 7-9 September 2015. You are especially invited to submit a paper to the TC9/WG9.2-oriented track called “ICT and Society: social accountability, professional ethics and the challenges of virtuality and the cloud”. Several other tracks/themes are of interest: information ethics studies, digital do-it-yourself, responsible research and innovation in industry, robo-ethics, and more. The conference proceedings will be on an online open-access repository to ensure good coverage. WG9.2 members are especially welcome! http://www.dmu.ac.uk/ethicomp2015.

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September 2014: News from IFIP, IFIP WG9.2 and members/friends

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Oct 222014
 

Sustainability and green issues/ICT continue to be high on the agenda. See especially what WG9.2 members and friends are doing now, with some dates upcoming around 28 and 29 October 2014 (see below).

NB. While the websites cited below have been checked, WG9.2 cannot guarantee 100 per cent accuracy of the sites either now or in the future.

Plans underway!

  • February 2015. There are plans underway to organise the next IFIP WG9.2 meeting in the UK in February 2015, and to focus the meeting around plans for tomorrow’s digital citizens. More news in November!

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June 2013: News from IFIP, IFIP WG9.2 and members/friends

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Jun 102013
 

 

News from IFIP’s working group 9.2 (and members)

  • 12 June 2013. (1) Drinks/supper for 9.2 people around on Tuesday 12 June 2013, 19 00 CET at Hotel Saxildhus, Kolding, Denmark (self- paying) http://www.millinghotels.dk/page5.php?p_id=130 (2) Get- together workshop on Friday 14 June 16-18 00 CET in combination with SIG 9.2.2. followed by dinner at a local restaurant (self-paying). ETHICOMP 2013. The possibilities of ethical ICT. Details to be circulated to those who have signalled their attendance. http://www.dmu.ac.uk/about-dmu/events/events-calendar/ethicomp-2013.aspx
  • 17-21 June 2013. IFIP summer school – identity management, privacy, emerging technologies: http://www.pilab.nl/ifip- summerschool-2013/registration.html.
    WG9.2 members – and others – are very welcome to attend in Nijmegen, The Netherlands, during the week of 17-21 June 2013.
  • The next Human Choice and Computers conference (HCC11) will be held July 30 – August 1, 2014, in Turku, Finland. Provisionally, to include one track per working group/special interest group topic in the conference. Volunteers who would be willing to do reviews for the conference, please send your names to diane.whitehouse[a]thecastlegateconsultancy.com.

    The review period is provisionally 6 January to 15 February, 2014, one to three papers to review, using the EasyChair system.

General news

  • COST Action IS2102. The launch of the website for this major new network, funded by the European Science Foundation and led by the University of Hertfordshire, has been announced. With 28 European countries and two non-European ones already signed up, this COST Action is already marking out and consolidating an important new field of research on the dynamics of virtual work, bringing together scholars from different disciplinary backgrounds.
  • Survey entitled Incorporating Sustainability while Taking Software Product Management Decisions. Dr. Mahvish Khurum from Blekinge Institute of Technology Sweden, Dr. Birgit Penzenstadler from Technische Universität München Germany, Dr. Kai Petersen from Blekinge Institute of Technology Sweden and Dr. Krzysz Wnuk from Lund University Sweden, are conducting a survey to elicit state-of-practice in incorporating sustainability while taking software product management and development decisions.

    See: http://ww2.unipark.de/uc/SustainabilitySurvey

Books, journal issues, other publications, and projects

  • A special issue of Rafael Capurro’s international review of information ethics: http://www.i-r-i-e.net/current_issue.htm is about the relation of ICTs and real-world social change.
  • 25 June 2013. Deadline for submissions. IEEE Software is seeking papers for the following theme issue: Special issue on Green Software IEEE Software is a peer-reviewed professional magazine with a broad coverage of topics pertaining to software development. Important Dates: Submission deadline: 25 June 2013; Publication: January/February 2014. To submit an article: https://mc.manuscriptcentral.com/sw-cs

Seminars, workshops and conferences (and their Calls)

  • 17-18 June 2013. The European Commission, FP7-funded support action CROSSOVER, together with UNDP-CIS, the Democratic Society and Euractiv, is organising the International Conference on Policy-Making 2.0 that will take place at the Trinity College in Dublin, Ireland on 17-18 June 2013. The draft programme is available at: http://www.crossover- project.eu/ConferenceProgramme.aspx, and you can register at http://crossover-project-estw.eventbrite.co.uk/ The conference is organised just before the European Digital Agenda Assembly that will take place in Dublin on 19-20 June 2013.
  • 19-20 June 2013. CISTI Symposium 2013. Lisboa, Portugal. http://www.aisti.eu/cisti2013/index.php?option=com_content&view=art icle&id=64&Itemid=68&lang=en CISTI 2013’s Doctoral Symposium is to provide graduate students a setting where they can, informally, expose and discuss their work, collecting valuable expert opinions and sharing new ideas, methods and applications.
  • 20-21 June 2013. Workshop, National University of Ireland Galway, Thursday 20 June – Friday 21 June 2013. Keynote Speaker: Professor Bradley C. Karkkainen, University of Minnesota School of Law. The aim of this workshop is to build a network of researchers dealing with sustainability issues in order to prepare joint projects, funding applications and work towards an international conference dealing with this topic. http://www.conference.ie/Conferences/index.asp?Conference=205
  • 1-3 July, 2013. CEPE 2013- Ambiguous Technologies: Philosophical Issues, Practical Solutions, Human Nature Autónoma University of Lisbon in 2013, in Lisbon (Portugal) http://www.cepe2013.com/ (Note: the Society for Philosophy of Technology (SPT) will hold its 2013 conference – on the theme “Technology in the Age of Information” in conjunction with and immediately following CEPE’13, i.e., July 4-6 in the same venue: http://www.spt2013.com/. Discounted fees are available to those attend both conferences. Please see the conference websites for additional details.)
  • 4-6 July 2013. SPT 2013 – Lisbon (Portugal). http://www.spt2013.com The SPT 2013 theme is Technology in the Age of Information. A main aim of the conference is to encourage debate on the cultural, social, economic, political and ethical implications of advances in information and media technology. Digital networks and computerized technological systems have enlarged the domain of human technological action and responsibility, which raises new questions about the impacts of globalization and of the expanding information economy on the public and cultural spheres. A challenge facing the philosophy of technology and STS disciplines is to reflect upon our changed human condition and propose new ways to think through the quandaries technologies generate.
  • 24-26 July 2013. ICT, Society and Human Beings. http://www.ict-conf.org Prague, Czech Republic The effects of ICT on human beings as well as the interaction between ICT, individuals, and society are all within the focus of this conference. Both analyses of interactions and effects are important. Changes in behaviour, perspectives, values, competencies, human and psychological aspects and feelings are all of interest. Reflections on past, present, and future challenges – especially planning for handling the latter – are encouraged.
  • 25-28 July 2013 Gatherings on the politics of technology. Celebrating the bi-centenary of the Luddite uprising 1811-1817. Yorkshire, England. http://ludditebicentenary.blogspot.co.uk/p/events.html
  • 17-18 August 2013. International Conference on Engineering for Humanity. Hyderabad, India. The theme of the conference is use of technology for social upliftment. The conference is technically sponsored by IEEE Society on Social Implications of Technology (SSIT) and IEEE Special Interest Group on Humanitarian Technology (SIGHT). See http://www.iceh2013.com/
  • 2-3 September 2013. Call for Papers. Social Media. The fourth international transforming audiences conference making connections/creative cultures/open everything. Venue: University of Westminster, 35 Marylebone Road, London, NW1 5LS. Call for papers and submission details here: http://www.transformingaudiences.org.uk
  • 10 September 2013: Call for Papers. CFP – BCS HCI 2013 Workshop on HCI Innovation in Sustainable and Scalable Design (ISSD 2013) http://issd2013.blogspot.co.uk
  • 19-20 October 2013. The Marx2013-conference at Södertörn University in Stockholm, Sweden. The Center for Marxist Social Studies in Luleå, Sweden will organize a session on Technology and Critique.
  • 13-14 September 2013. 6th annual Popular Culture and World Politics conference is Pirating the Popular. It will be hosted at JMK, Stockholm University. Here is the website http://pcwp6.jmk.su.se/
  • 24-28 March, 2014. Gyeongju, South Korea. The 29th Annual ACM Symposium on Applied Computing. Call for Papers and Student Research Abstracts. Software Engineering Aspects of Green Computing. http://www.green-se.net/segc/2014/
  • 23-24 May 2014. 2014 IEEE International Symposium on Technology and Society (ISTAS) and 2014 IEEE International Symposium on Ethics in Engineering, Science, and Technology, Ethics 2014. Chicago Marriott O’Hare, Chicago, IL, USA. The theme is Ethics? A Challenge to the Scientific and Engineering Community. ISTAS ’14 and the IEEE Ethics 2014 Symposium aim to respond to the needs and aspirations of a rising global professional community and to promote highest standards of ethical conduct among its members. For the latest information, first Announcement and Call for Papers please visit the site at: http://sites.ieee.org/ethics-conference
  • 24-27 August 2014 (provisional date). ICT4S (ICT for Sustainability) conference. Stockholm, Sweden. ICT and Transformational Change. Abstract deadline: 21 February 2014. http://cesc.kth.se/ict4s2014/

For students

  • Student research abstracts. Graduate students seeking feedback from the scientific community on their research ideas are invited to submit abstracts (minimum of 2-pages and maximum of 4-pages) of their original un-published and in-progress research work in the area of Software Engineering Aspects of Green Computing. For more details, see http://www.green-se.net/segc/2014/
  • 10 June 2013. Extended deadline for application. Call for participation. Forum on Empowering Civil Society in the Black Sea region: a tool for Innovative Social Change. Athens, Greece

Health, well-being, and accessibility (and ICT) and associated information

  • 15 June 2013. Deadline for submissions the Health Policy and Technology journal. 1) Adopting Health Technology. National and international perspectives welcome on the following and other topics relevant to adoption of health technology. For more information regarding author guidelines and online submission, see www.healthpolicyandtechnology.com. All manuscripts can be submitted electronically using the online submission system: http://ees.elsevier.com/hlpt . For any further queries, please contact the Managing Editor at managingeditor at fpm-uk.org .
  • 20-23 August 2013, MedInfo 2013 Conducting medical informatics by Converging technologies, Conveying Sciences and Connecting People http://www.medinfo2013.dk
  • 28-30 August 2013. CLMS-organised Information Governance Workshop at the Scottish Health Informatics Programme (SHIP) conference on 28- 30 August 2013 at St. Andrews in Scotland. For information about the workshop, please see http://www.clms.ucl.ac.uk/node/265

 

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Mid-September 2012: News from IFIP, IFIP WG9.2 and members/friends

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Sep 252012
 

 

News from IFIP’s working group 9.2

  • Start the debate on resilient citizens! What are the issues at stake around resilience and sustainability in the information society? What does resilience mean for us as citizens? What does it mean for a group like working group 9.2? Julie Cameron presents suggestions for how governments, organisations and citizens can focus on ICT resilience. You can view, and comment on, Julie’s paper at: http://ifipwg92.org/?page_id=156. We encourage you to make visible your comments on the paper at the bottom of the same page. We’ve always wanted to get an active, virtual debate going, and this is a definite opportunity to do so!
  • Thursday-Friday 27-28 September 2012. Our working group is contributing to IFIP’s Human Choice and Computers (HCC10) conference by having at least 12 members co-present and have submitted papers/chapters to the conference proceedings/book. See you at HCC10!
  • Friday 28 September 2012. The working group’s bi-annual (2012) Namur Award will be given this year to Professor Stefano Rodotà of Italy in the frame of the HCC10 conference.

Next workshop – Saturday and Sunday 16 and 17 February, 2013

Sustainability, social accountability and computing: Our next workshop will take place on Saturday and Sunday 16 and 17 February 2013 in Zurich. To be held in conjunction with working group 9.9 on sustainability. To be held partly alongside the ICT4S conference, headed by Lorenz Hilty, former chair of WG9.9, with likely contribution to be panel within it on Friday 15 February 2013.
A call for contributions to be out in October 2012 and suitable info will be on the conference website.

News from IFIP technical committee 9 on computers and society

  • Thursday-Friday 27-28 September 2012. Human Choice and Computers (HCC10) conference on Thursday and Friday 27-28 September 2012 in Amsterdam, Netherlands, on “ICT Infrastructures and Society”. http://ifiptc9.csir.co.za/conference.html
  • All official representatives of national computing societies or chairs of Technical Committee 9 working groups/special interest groups will meet in Amsterdam on Saturday 29 September 2012 at the VU university. See: http://ifiptc9.csir.co.za/

Other news

Among the news that IFIP members and friends have wanted to make known to us since mid-August 2012 are:

Books

  • eHealth: what does it mean in terms of its legal, ethical and governance challenges? Three members of the working group, Carlisle George, Penny Duquenoy and Diane Whitehouse have co-edited a book of papers published by Springer-Verlag and launched in August 2012, eHealth: legal, ethical and governance challenges. The book captures the current state of play in Europe and in north America with regard to these three sets of challenges. http://www.springer.com/law/book/978-3-642-22473-7

General

Projects

Calls for submissions

  • Call for extended abstracts for an edited collection to be entitled Social Media, Politics and the State: Protest, Revolutions, Riots, Crime, and Policing in the Age of Facebook, Twitter and YouTube. Edited by Daniel Trottier and Christian Fuchs http://fuchs.uti.at/wp-content/CFP_SMPS.pdf

eHealth corner

A couple of working group members asked to have an “eHealth corner” to this newsletter, particularly around issues relating to social accountability:

  • 5-6 November 2012. eHealth acceptance conference 2012. Has a focus on the Baltic region. Brussels www.ehealthacceptance2012.net
  • February 1, 2013. Submit a paper to a special issue of Information Technology and People on “Personal Health Records: Empowering patients through information systems?”. Deadline for papers submission: February 1st 2013 http://www.itandpeople.org/personalhealthrecords.pdf

Seminars, workshops and conferences

  • 1 October 2012, Oxford, UK: The aim is to provide an opportunity for reflection upon how research outputs may involve societal risks and uncertainties and to consider ways of identifying, reflecting on and potentially resolving them. http://responsible-innovation.org.uk/frriict/frriict-workshop-october-2012/
  • 18-20 October 2012 Communication, Crisis and Critique in Contemporary Capitalism, University of the Basque Country, Bilbao, Spain, Conference of the European Sociological Association – RN 18: Sociology of Communications and Media Research http://www.europeansociology.org/research-networks/rn18-sociology-of-communications-and-media-research.html
  • 18-20 October 2012, Turin, Italy: Internet Governance Forum Italia http://www.igf-italia.it
  • 23 October 2012: Field Methods: Interviewing, Focus Groups and Questionnaires. A one day seminar at Blackhorse House, University of Reading (there are fees) http://twitter.com/#!/AcademicConf
  • 7-9 November 2012: CIRN 2012 Community Informatics Conference: Ideals meet Reality http://cirn.wikispaces.com/prato2012 Monash Centre, Prato Italy
  • 16 November 2012: Joining up art, creativity and business. Milan, Italy. http://www.artforbusiness.it/2012/?p=1104
  • 27-28 November 2012: Privacy and Emerging Technologies International Conference of the PRESCIENT Project – Call for abstracts. Fraunhofer Forum Berlin, Germany. Deadline for abstracts is 10 October 2012. http://www.prescient-project.eu
  • 14-16 February 2013: ICT4S to be held in Zurich at ETH on http://www.ict4s.org/. Contact: ict4s@ifi.uzh.ch (Lorenz Hilty). One of the conference’s three themes will focus on the “economic and political dimensions” and, in particular, rebound effects and how to avoid them.
  • 29-30 April 2013 (Cotonou) and 2-3 May 2013 (Lomé). Colloque internationale. Localisation et réinvention de la téléphonie mobile: approches méthodologiques et theoriques. Réception des propositions de communication (4000 caractères, espace non compris, plan et bibliographie non compris + nom et adresses électronique et postale) :
20 Septembre 2012 à l’adresse suivante : mailto:colloquemobile@yahoo.fr. Notification d’acceptation : 15 octobre 2013 Remise des textes complets (30 000 signes espaces compris) : 15 janvier 2012. Prix: 75 euros pour les enseignants-chercheurs et de 50 euros pour les doctorants.

  • 12-14 June 2013. ETHICOMP 2013. The possibilities of ethical ICT. University of Southern Denmark, Kolding, Denmark, 12-14 June 2013. ETHICOMP 2013 will be hosted by the Institute of Business Communication and Information Science at University of Southern Denmark on the Kolding Campus. Abstracts must be submitted no later than 8 October 2012 to this website: https://www.easychair.org/account/signin.cgi?conf=ethicomp2013. You will have to create an EasyChair account if you do not already have one to submit your abstract.
  • 1-3 July 2013. CEPE 2013- Ambiguous Technologies: Philosophical Issues, Practical Solutions, Human Nature, Autónoma University of Lisbon in 2013, in Lisbon (Portugal), July 1st-3rd 2013. http://www.cepe2013.com/#?Itemid=124

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Mid-July Newsletter

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Jul 292012
 

News from IFIP

IFIP Board meeting minutes. Anyone interested can access these on the IFIP website at http://www.ifip.org/

IFIP June 2012 newsletter (including a report on IFIP WG’s June 2012 Uppsala workshop): http://www.ifip.org/images/stories/ifip/public/Newsletter/2011to2012/news _jun_2012.pdf

24-26 September 2012. IFIP’s 22nd World Computer Congress has the theme of “Towards an innovative, secure and sustainable information society” and takes place in Amsterdam. See http://www.wcc-2012.org/

News from IFIP technical committee 9 on computers and society

Thursday-Friday 27-28 September 2012. Human Choice and Computers (HCC10) conference on Thursday and Friday 27-28 September 2012 in Amsterdam, Netherlands, on “ICT Infrastructures and Society”. http://ifiptc9.csir.co.za/conference.html Numerous papers of interest to WG9.2 members that fit with the theme of our February 2012 (Middlesex) workshop on infrastructures; the IFIP WG9.2 Namur Award 2012 ceremony to be presented to Professor Stefano Rodotà of Italy; a WG9.2 supper that will be focused (if possible) around an invitation to many of our original Dutch WG9.2 members; and, last but not least, we anticipate a meeting dedicated to Digital Futures 2050. Members and friends are most welcome, even if you have not been able to present a paper! But please see the associated conference fee.

All official representatives of national computing societies or chairs of Technical Committee 9 working groups/special interest groups will meet in Amsterdam on Saturday 29 September 2012 at the VU university. The minutes of the last meeting which took place in Rome in July 2011 (and all previous minutes) are available at: http://ifiptc9.csir.co.za/

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Jun 292012
 

Watch for the upcoming June 2012 IFIP newsletter at: http://www.ifip.org/index.php?option=com_content&task=view&id=134&Itemid=450

24-26 September 2012. IFIP’s 22nd World Computer Congress on “Towards an innovative, secure and sustainable information society” takes place in Amsterdam, Netherlands. See http://www.wcc-2012.org/

News from IFIP technical committee 9 on computers and society

27-28 September 2012. Human Choice and Computers (HCC10) meets in Amsterdam, Netherlands, on “ICT Infrastructures and Society”. This is a regular international conference organised by technical committee 9. It makes a good counterpart to the World Computer Congress, and to it. See http://ifiptc9.csir.co.za/conference.html

29 September 2012. TC9 representatives of national computing societies and working group/special interest group chairs will meet in Amsterdam, Netherlands. The minutes of the last meeting which took place in Rome in July 2011 (and all previous minutes) are available on: http://ifiptc9.csir.co.za/

News with regard to IFIP working group 9.2 on social accountability and computing, and its members

SAVE THESE DATES! 15-17 February 2013

Provisionally, please save Friday-Sunday 15-17 February 2013 for IFIP WG9.2’s next workshop and business meeting, with a theme that focuses on sustainability, social accountability and ICT. See http://ifipwg92.org/

8-9 June 2012: Our last workshop

A review of our last workshop will soon be up on our website. See http://ifipwg92.org/

June 2011 workshop – Politeia journal issue of December 2011

Sustainability and ICT are one of the themes on which IFIP working groups 9.2 and 9.9 work together. Their co-edited 2011 Politeia journal issue is available, at a small fee, but with the introduction and abstract downloadable. See http://www.politeia-centrostudi.org/arretrati/104.html

TIES 2012, February 1-3 2012

All conclusions and presentations from this conference, coordinated by Juana Sancho Gil, IFIP WG9.2 member. See http://ties2012.eu/en/index.html

Co-edited book due out end July 2012

Carlisle George, Diane Whitehouse and Penny Duquenoy have co-edited a volume on eHealth: legal, ethical and governance challenges. Due out in late July 2012. See http://www.springer.com/law/book/978-3-642-22473-7

Other news

Among the news that IFIP members and friends have wanted to make known to us since mid-April 2012 are:

Seminars, workshops, conferences and initiatives

Putting the ‘last mile’ first. First Nations communities in Canada. See http://firstmile.ca/

28 June-1 July, 2012. OpenHere Data, Dublin, Ireland OpenHere. Where: Science Gallery and CTVR headquarters, Trinity College Dublin, Ireland Admission: Events are free, but booking is recommended, & essential for workshops with limited capacity. See openhere.data.ie

18-20 July 2012. European Sociological Association (ESA): Research Network 18 – Sociology of Communications and Media Research Conference “Communication, Crisis, and Critique in Contemporary Capitalism” University of the Basque Country, Bilbao Abstract submission deadline: Now past (May 31st 2012). See http://fuchs.uti.at/wp-content/uploads/ESA_RN18_CfP2012.pdf

21-23 July 2012. IADIS ICT, Society and Human Beings conference, Lisbon, Portugal, 21-23 July 2012, http://www.ict-conf.org/2012/

12-14 September 2012. Submissions are invited for the workshop HCI Research in Sensitive Contexts: Ethical Considerations, which will be run in conjunction with BCS HCI 2012 (http://hci2012.bcs.org/index.html) in Birmingham, UK in September 2012.

7-9 November 2012. CIRN 2012 Community Informatics Conference: “Ideals meet Reality” http://cirn.wikispaces.com/prato2012

18-23 November 2012. CENTRIC 2012, The Fifth International Conference on Advances in Human-oriented and Personalized Mechanisms, Technologies, and Services, Lisbon, Portugal. Submission of papers until 7 July 2012. See http://www.iaria.org/conferences2012/CENTRIC12.html and http://www.iaria.org/conferences2012/CfPCENTRIC12.html

11-13 December 2012. GIGS 2012. Governance in Malaysia. http://seminar.utmspace.utm.my/gigs2012/ind-gigs2012/Theme.html

14-16 February, 2013. ICT4S to be held in Zurich at ETH on http://www.ict4s.org/. Contact: ict4s@ifi.uzh.ch

12-14 June 2013. ETHICOMP 2013: University of Southern Denmark, Kolding, Denmark. See http://ethics.ccsr.cse.dmu.ac.uk/ccsr/gateway/ethicomp/ethicomp-2013

Miscellaneous

The European Commission DG Information Society and Media (now DG Connect) has started a Digital Futures exercise – a participative visioning project aiming to devise scenarios for the year 2050 and policy options in the shorter term. More information can be found at these URLs: http://ec.europa.eu/information_society/digital_futures/index_en.htm

A first pilot online engagement was held on 29 May 2012. See: http://ec.europa.eu/information_society/digital_futures/workshops/core-foresight/29May2012/index_en.htm

17 July 2012, Reading, UK. Case study research seminar. http://academic-publishing.org/pdfs/Case-Study-Research-Outline-May_15_2012.pdf

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