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From research to practice: Results and open challenges

From research to practice: Results and open challenges

COOP 2012. Tenth International Conference on Design of Cooperative Systems

COOP 2012. Tenth International Conference on Design of Cooperative Systems

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Publié le mardi 27 septembre 2011 par Claire Ducournau

Résumé

COOP 2012 will be the tenth COOP conference and will take place in Marseille, France. Twenty years on from the first conference in 1992 we are asking practitioners and researchers to reflect on what have been the successes and the failures, and what are the remaining challenges in our relevant domains. The conference aims at bringing together researchers and practitioners who contribute to the analysis and design of cooperative systems and their integration in organizational unity, public and other settings, and their implications for policy and decision-making. The COOP conferences suggest that cooperative systems design requires a deep understanding of collective activities, involving both artifacts and social practices. Contributions are solicited from a wide range of domains contributing to the fields of cooperative systems design and evaluation: CSCW, HCI, Information Systems, Knowledge Engineering, Multi-agent systems, organizational and management sciences, sociology, psychology, anthropology, ergonomics, linguistics, etc.

Annonce

COOP 2012. Call for papers

The COOP conferences suggest that cooperative systems design requires deep understanding of collective activities, involving both artifacts and social practices. COOP 2012 will be the tenth COOP conference and twenty years on from the first conference in 1992 we are asking practitioners to reflect on what have been the successes and the failures, and what are the remaining challenges in our relevant domains. Contributions are solicited from a wide range of domains contributing to the fields of cooperative systems design and evaluation: CSCW, HCI, Information Systems, Knowledge Engineering, Multi-agents, organizational and management sciences, sociology, psychology, anthropology, ergonomics, linguistics, etc. This year we strongly welcome contributions that report on important industrial case studies, that for example show the impacts of employing particular methods, theories or technologies in a business environment, or that look at designing novel technologies for industry. Relatedly, authors may want to highlight particular theoretical, methodological, technical or practicalpoints raised by specific industrial requirements, constraints or opportunities.

Additionally, as usual, theoretical contributions, empirical studies reports,
software development experiences, and innovative concepts are also welcome on
such topics as:

  • Conceptual frameworks for understanding cooperative work or collective
    practices
  • Guidelines for designing cooperative systems
  • The influence of technologies (intelligent devices, mobile Computing,
    ubiquitous computing, etc.) on cooperation
  • Expertise, knowledge sharing and learning in cooperative work
  • Communities and new forms of organization
  • Innovative technological solutions and user interfaces for cooperation
  • Methods for participatory design of cooperative systems
  • Applications for, and studies of, social networking (including experiences in
    industrial contexts)
  • Analysis of collective practices or collaborative work.

Reports of usage experiences and case studies are welcome

COOP conferences have always been known as an excellent forum for both
networking and learning.

Categories

Paper length: 15 pages maximum

Paper template: http://www.springer.com/computer/lncs?SGWID=0-164-6-793341-0

Papers will be published in proceedings edited by Springer, and will be indexed
in ACM digital library. The conference program will be completed by a workshop
program and a doctoral consortium.

Paper submission: November 30th 2011

Important dates

  • Notification of acceptance: 22 january 2012
  • Camera ready paper: 20 February 2012
  • Workshops on 29 May, 2012
  • Doctoral Consortium on 29 May, 2012
  • Conference on 30 May - 1 June, 2012

COOP 2012 Committees

Conference Chair

  • Parina Hassanaly (IEP, Aix en Provence)

Scientific Chairs

  • Jean-Francois BOUJUT (G-SCOP, Grenoble INP)
  • Antonietta GRASSO(Xerox, XRCE)

Program Committee

  • Gabriela Avram, Ireland
  • Mark Ackermann, USA
  • Michael Baker, France
  • Liam Bannon, Ireland
  • Suzanne Bodker, Denmark Doctoral Colloquium Chairs: Mark Ackerman and Kjeld Schmidt
  • Sponsorship Chair: Athissingh Ramrajsingh
  • Proceedings Chair: Julie Dugdale , Cedric Masclet
  • Workshop Chair: David Martin
  • Jean-Francois Boujut, France
  • Beatrice Cahour, France
  • Peter Carstensen, Denmark
  • Luigina Ciolfi, Ireland
  • Graham Connor, Australia
  • Franzeska Costabile, Italy
  • Francoise Darses, France
  • Antonella De Angeli, UK
  • Francoise Decortis, Belgium
  • Giorgio De Michelis, Italy
  • Boris De Ruyter, Netherlands
  • Cleidson De Souza, Brazil
  • Francoise Detienne, France
  • Yvonne Dittrich, Denmark
  • Monica Divitini, Norway
  • Julie Dugdale, France
  • Myriam Frejus, France
  • Alain Giboin, France
  • Tom Gross, Germany
  • Richard Harper, UK
  • Thomas Herrmann, Germany
  • Giulio Jacucci, Finland
  • Marina Jirotka, UK
  • Aditya Johri, USA
  • Andrea Kienle, Germany
  • Catherine Letondal, France
  • Myriam Lewkowicz, France
  • Christian Licoppe, France
  • Jan Ljundberg, Sweden
  • Paul Luff, UK
  • Gloria Mark, USA
  • David Martin, UK
  • Anders Morch, Norway
  • Keiichi Nakata, Japan
  • Bernhard Nett, Germany
  • Laurence Nigay, France
  • Jackie O’Neill, France
  • Bernard Pavard, France
  • Volkmar Pipek, Germany
  • Wolfgang Prinz, Germany
  • Dave Randall, UK
  • Markus Rohde, Germany
  • Mark Rouncefield, UK
  • Pascal Salembier, France
  • Kjeld Schmidt, Denmark
  • Carla Simone, Italy
  • Gunnar Stevens, Germany
  • Hilda Tellioglu, Austria
  • Volker Wulf, Germany
  • Manuel Zacklad, France

Doctoral Colloquium Chairs

  • Mark Ackerman
  • Kjeld Schmidt

Sponsorship Chair

  • Athissingh Ramrajsingh

Proceedings Chair:

  • Julie Dugdale
  • Cedric Masclet

Workshop Chair

  • David Martin

Catégories

Lieux

  • Marseille, France

Dates

  • mercredi 30 novembre 2011

Contacts

  • Jean-François BOUJUT
    courriel : coop12 [at] g-scop [dot] inpg [dot] fr

URLS de référence

Source de l'information

  • Athissingh Ramrajsingh
    courriel : athissingh [dot] ramrajsingh [at] sciencespo-aix [dot] fr

Pour citer cette annonce

« From research to practice: Results and open challenges », Appel à contribution, Calenda, Publié le mardi 27 septembre 2011, http://calenda.org/205326