Preliminary ECSCW 2020 Program

This year the ECSCW will be held as a virtual conference, which consists of both:

We invite all conference participants to browse the schedule, attend live Paper and Poster Madness sessions, browse and view the posters and paper presentations asynchronously, and prepare questions for the Q&A sessions.

Synchronous ECSCW 2020

  • To promote direct exchange of ideas among the conference participants across different time zones, we are planning a set of live sessions during the conference from 15:00-19:30 (German time, UTC+02:00).
  • The planned live social events take place between 19:o0 and 20:00 (Monday) and 19:30 and 20:30 (Tuesday) (German time, UTC+02:00)
  • Following the ECSCW tradition, this live program will be “single track.” All of the live synchronous sessions will take place via Zoom.
  • All Zoom links and passwords will be emailed to registered participants before the conference.
  • We will continue to explore other online tools for promoting interaction and communication among the presenters and participants, including informal and serendipitous encounters.

Saturday, June 13 (Pre-Conference, German time, UTC+02:00)

15:30 – 18:30

Workshop Registration

Technical Support

Details about the program of the individual virtual workshop are coming soon.

Zoom Hall

15:30 – 18:30

Workshop Registration

Technical Support

Details about the program of the individual virtual workshop are coming soon.

Zoom Forum

 

Sunday, June 14 (Pre-Conference, German time, UTC+02:00)

15:30 – 18:30

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16:00 – 16:20

Workshop & Doctoral Colloquium Registration

Technical Support

Details about the program of the individual virtual workshop are coming soon.

Moderators: Chiara Rossitto & Peter Tolmie

Participants: Axel Niklasson, Yisi Han. Software, Clélie Amiot, Steffi Kohl, Richard Paluch, Nana Kesewaa Dankwa, Yoana Ahmetoglu, Kathrin Juhart, Ganiat Omolara Kazeem. Chloe Eghtebas, Olivia Ruston

Zoom Hall

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Zoom Plenary

15:30 – 18:30

Workshop & Doctoral Colloquium Registration

Technical Support

Details about the program of the individual virtual workshop are coming soon.

Zoom Forum

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16:00 – 16:20

Moderators: Chiara Rossitto & Peter Tolmie

Participants: Axel Niklasson, Yisi Han. Software, Clélie Amiot, Steffi Kohl, Richard Paluch, Nana Kesewaa Dankwa, Yoana Ahmetoglu, Kathrin Juhart, Ganiat Omolara Kazeem. Chloe Eghtebas, Olivia Ruston

Zoom Plenary

Monday, June 15 (Main-Conference, German time, UTC+02:00)

15:30 – 18:30

16:00 – 16:20

16:20 – 17:20

17:20 – 17:30

17:30 – 17:50

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17:50 – 18:00

18:00 – 18:50

Chair: Aparecido Fabiano

(Journal paper)
Mateusz Dolata, Birgit Schenk,
When the System does not Fit: Coping Strategies

(Note)
Christine T. Wolf
AI Ethics and Customer Care: Some Considerations

18:50 – 19:00

19:00 – 20:00

Registration / Technical Support

Opening Plenary

Keynote

Kirsten Gram-Hansen. Aalborg University, Denmark.
Understanding consumers and everyday practices in a reconfigured energy system

Break

Moderators: Su de Souza and Johanna Meurer

Break

Paper and Note Session 1

Chair: Aparecido Fabiano Pinatti de Carvalho

(Journal paper)
Mateusz Dolata, Birgit Schenk, Jara Fuhrer, Alina Marti, Gerhard Schwabe
When the System does not Fit: Coping Strategies of Employment Consultants

(Note)
Christine T. Wolf
AI Ethics and Customer Care: Some Considerations from the Case of “Intelligent Sales”

EUSSET Announcement

Conference Opening Event

Zoom Hall

Zoom Plenary

Zoom Plenary

Zoom Plenary

Zoom Plenary

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Zoom Plenary

Zoom Plenary

Chair: Aparecido Fabiano

(Journal paper)
Mateusz Dolata, Birgit Schenk,
When the System does not Fit: Coping Strategies

(Note)
Christine T. Wolf
AI Ethics and Customer Care: Some Considerations

Zoom Plenary

Zoom Plenary

15:30 – 18:30

Registration / Technical Support

Zoom Forum

16:00 – 16:20

Opening Plenary

Zoom Plenary

16:20 – 17:20

Keynote

Kirsten Gram-Hansen. Aalborg University, Denmark.
Understanding consumers and everyday practices in a reconfigured energy system

Zoom Plenary

17:20 – 17:30

Break

Zoom Plenary

17:30 – 17:50

Moderators: Su de Souza and Johanna Meurer

Zoom Plenary

17:50 – 18:00

Break

Zoom Plenary

18:00 – 18:50

Paper and Note Session 1

Chair: Aparecido Fabiano Pinatti de Carvalho

(Journal paper)
Mateusz Dolata, Birgit Schenk, Jara Fuhrer, Alina Marti, Gerhard Schwabe
When the System does not Fit: Coping Strategies of Employment Consultants

(Note)
Christine T. Wolf
AI Ethics and Customer Care: Some Considerations from the Case of “Intelligent Sales”

Zoom Plenary

18:50 – 19:00

EUSSET Announcement

Zoom Plenary

19:00 – 20:00

Conference Opening Event

Zoom Plenary

Tuesday, June 16 (Main-Conference, German time, UTC+02:00)

15:00 – 18:30

15:30 – 17:00

Surveillance Capitalism: Data Driven

Moderator: Volker Wulf. Professor in

Panelists:

Maximilian Becker. Chair for Data Protection Law and IT-Law

Alan Borning. Professor Emeritus in the Paul G. Allen Schoo

Yuuki Hara. Researcher at Hitachi, Ltd. Research &

Jingjing Liu. Socio-Informatics and China

Daniela Stockmann. Professor of Digital

17:00 – 17:10

17:10 – 18:10

Chair: tba

(Journal paper)
Sara Maria Josefine
Unpacking the Role of Boundaries in

(Journal paper)
Anatoliy Gruzd, Priya Kumar
Coding and classifying knowledge exchange on social media:

18:10 – 18:20

18:20 – 19:35

Chairs: Ingrid Erickson

Leah Kulp and
“Envisioning a Shared Checklist Display to Support

Clément Cormi, Khuloud Abou Amsha, Matthieu Tixier
“How the local domestication of a teleconsultation

Julian Fietkau
“A system design to support outside activities

Oindrila Matilal
“Time Matters: Flexi-time

Luigina Ciolfi, Breda Gray and Aparecido
„Making Home Work Places“

19:35 – 20:35

Registration / Technical Support

Panel

Surveillance Capitalism: Data Driven Business Models, their Societal Impact, and the Role of Academic Communities

Moderator: Volker Wulf. Professor in Socio-Informatics at the University of Siegen in Germany

Panelists:

Maximilian Becker. Chair for Data Protection Law and IT-Law at the Institute for Legal Informatics, Leibniz University, Hannover, Germany.

Alan Borning. Professor Emeritus in the Paul G. Allen School of Computer Science & Engineering, University of Washington, Seattle USA.

Yuuki Hara. Researcher at Hitachi, Ltd. Research & Development Group, Global Center for Social Innovation, Tokyo, Japan.

Jingjing Liu. Socio-Informatics and China Studies, University of Siegen

Daniela Stockmann. Professor of Digital Governance in the Centre for Digital Governance, Hertie School, Berlin, Germany

Break

Papers & Notes Session 2

Chair: tba

(Journal paper)
Sara Maria Josefine Willermark, Lena Pareto
Unpacking the Role of Boundaries in Computer-Supported Collaborative Teaching

(Journal paper)
Anatoliy Gruzd, Priya Kumar, Deena Abul-Fottouh, and Caroline Haythornthwaite
Coding and classifying knowledge exchange on social media: A comparative analysis of the #Twitterstorians and AskHistorians communities

Break

Exploratory Papers Session 1

Chairs: Ingrid Erickson and Marén Schorch

Leah Kulp and Aleksandra Sarcevic
“Envisioning a Shared Checklist Display to Support Teamwork During Emergency Medical Care”

Clément Cormi, Khuloud Abou Amsha, Matthieu Tixier and Myriam Lewkowicz
“How the local domestication of a teleconsultation solution is influenced by the adoption of a national policy?”

Julian Fietkau and Laura Stojko
“A system design to support outside activities of older adults using smart urban objects”

Oindrila Matilal
“Time Matters: Flexi-time and women’s retention in the 24/7 workplace”

Luigina Ciolfi, Breda Gray and Aparecido Fabiano Pinatti de Carvalho
„Making Home Work Places“

Social Event

Zoom Hall

Zoom Plenary

Surveillance Capitalism: Data Driven

Moderator: Volker Wulf. Professor in

Panelists:

Maximilian Becker. Chair for Data Protection Law and IT-Law

Alan Borning. Professor Emeritus in the Paul G. Allen Schoo

Yuuki Hara. Researcher at Hitachi, Ltd. Research &

Jingjing Liu. Socio-Informatics and China

Daniela Stockmann. Professor of Digital

Zoom Plenary

Zoom Plenary

Chair: tba

(Journal paper)
Sara Maria Josefine
Unpacking the Role of Boundaries in

(Journal paper)
Anatoliy Gruzd, Priya Kumar
Coding and classifying knowledge exchange on social media:

Zoom Plenary

Zoom Plenary

Chairs: Ingrid Erickson

Leah Kulp and
“Envisioning a Shared Checklist Display to Support

Clément Cormi, Khuloud Abou Amsha, Matthieu Tixier
“How the local domestication of a teleconsultation

Julian Fietkau
“A system design to support outside activities

Oindrila Matilal
“Time Matters: Flexi-time

Luigina Ciolfi, Breda Gray and Aparecido
„Making Home Work Places“

Zoom

15:00 – 18:30

Registration / Technical Support

Zoom Forum

15:30 – 17:00

Panel

Surveillance Capitalism: Data Driven Business Models, their Societal Impact, and the Role of Academic Communities

Moderator: Volker Wulf. Professor in Socio-Informatics at the University of Siegen in Germany

Panelists:

Maximilian Becker. Chair for Data Protection Law and IT-Law at the Institute for Legal Informatics, Leibniz University, Hannover, Germany.

Alan Borning. Professor Emeritus in the Paul G. Allen School of Computer Science & Engineering, University of Washington, Seattle USA.

Yuuki Hara. Researcher at Hitachi, Ltd. Research & Development Group, Global Center for Social Innovation, Tokyo, Japan.

Jingjing Liu. Socio-Informatics and China Studies, University of Siegen

Daniela Stockmann. Professor of Digital Governance in the Centre for Digital Governance, Hertie School, Berlin, Germany

Zoom Plenary

17:00 – 17:10

Break

Zoom Plenary

17:10 – 18:10

Papers & Notes Session 2

Chair: tba

(Journal paper)
Sara Maria Josefine Willermark, Lena Pareto
Unpacking the Role of Boundaries in Computer-Supported Collaborative Teaching

(Journal paper)
Anatoliy Gruzd, Priya Kumar, Deena Abul-Fottouh, and Caroline Haythornthwaite
Coding and classifying knowledge exchange on social media: A comparative analysis of the #Twitterstorians and AskHistorians communities

Zoom Plenary

18:10 – 18:20

Break

Zoom Plenary

18:20 – 19:35

Exploratory Papers Session 1

Chairs: Ingrid Erickson and Marén Schorch

Leah Kulp and Aleksandra Sarcevic
“Envisioning a Shared Checklist Display to Support Teamwork During Emergency Medical Care”

Clément Cormi, Khuloud Abou Amsha, Matthieu Tixier and Myriam Lewkowicz
“How the local domestication of a teleconsultation solution is influenced by the adoption of a national policy?”

Julian Fietkau and Laura Stojko
“A system design to support outside activities of older adults using smart urban objects”

Oindrila Matilal
“Time Matters: Flexi-time and women’s retention in the 24/7 workplace”

Luigina Ciolfi, Breda Gray and Aparecido Fabiano Pinatti de Carvalho
„Making Home Work Places“

Zoom Plenary

19:35 – 20:35

Social Event

Zoom

Wednesday, June 17 (Main-Conference, German time, UTC+02:00)

15:30 – 18:30

16:00 – 17:00

17:00 – 17:10

17:10 – 18:25

Chairs: Marén Schorch

Gunnar Stevens
“Who do you trust: Peers or Technology?

Dennis Lawo, Philip Engelbutzeder,
“Networks of Practices: Exploring Design Opportunities

Marvin Michael Schmidt
“Model-Based Systems Engineering (MBSE) as

Kinga Skorupska, Kamil Warpechowski,
“Conversational Crowdsourcing for Older Adults:

Robb Mitchell,
“Social Icebreakers

18:25 – 18:35

18:35 – 19:25

Chair: tba

(Journal Paper)
Michael Prilla
How does Collaborative Reflection Unfold

(Note)
Cathrine Seidelin,
Understanding data

19:25 – 19:40

Registration / Technical Support

EUSSET Lifetime Achievement Award Presentation

Break

Exploratory Papers Session 2

Chairs: Marén Schorch and Ingrid Erickson

Gunnar Stevens and Paul Bossauer
“Who do you trust: Peers or Technology? A conjoint analysis about computational reputation mechanisms”

Dennis Lawo, Philip Engelbutzeder, Margarita Esau and Gunnar Stevens
“Networks of Practices: Exploring Design Opportunities for Interconnected Practices”

Marvin Michael Schmidt and Rainer Stark
“Model-Based Systems Engineering (MBSE) as computer-supported approach for cooperative systems development”

Kinga Skorupska, Kamil Warpechowski, Radoslaw Nielek and Wieslaw Kopec
“Conversational Crowdsourcing for Older Adults: a Wikipedia Chatbot Concept”

Robb Mitchell, Enrique Encinas and Ben Kirman
“Social Icebreakers Everywhere: A Day In The Life”

Break

Paper & Notes Session 3

Chair: tba

(Journal Paper)
Michael Prilla, Oliver Blunk, and Irene-Angelica Chounta
How does Collaborative Reflection Unfold in Online Communities? An Analysis of two Data Sets

(Note)
Cathrine Seidelin, Charlotte P. Lee, Yvonne Dittrich
Understanding data and cooperation in a public sector arena

Closing & Handoff to ECSCW 2021 Conference Chairs

Zoom Hall

Zoom Plenary

Zoom Plenary

Zoom Plenary

Chairs: Marén Schorch

Gunnar Stevens
“Who do you trust: Peers or Technology?

Dennis Lawo, Philip Engelbutzeder,
“Networks of Practices: Exploring Design Opportunities

Marvin Michael Schmidt
“Model-Based Systems Engineering (MBSE) as

Kinga Skorupska, Kamil Warpechowski,
“Conversational Crowdsourcing for Older Adults:

Robb Mitchell,
“Social Icebreakers

Zoom Plenary

Zoom

Chair: tba

(Journal Paper)
Michael Prilla
How does Collaborative Reflection Unfold

(Note)
Cathrine Seidelin,
Understanding data

Zoom

15:30 – 18:30

Registration / Technical Support

Zoom Forum

16:00 – 17:00

EUSSET Lifetime Achievement Award Presentation

Zoom Plenary

17:00 – 17:10

Break

Zoom Plenary

17:10 – 18:25

Exploratory Papers Session 2

Chairs: Marén Schorch and Ingrid Erickson

Gunnar Stevens and Paul Bossauer
“Who do you trust: Peers or Technology? A conjoint analysis about computational reputation mechanisms”

Dennis Lawo, Philip Engelbutzeder, Margarita Esau and Gunnar Stevens
“Networks of Practices: Exploring Design Opportunities for Interconnected Practices”

Marvin Michael Schmidt and Rainer Stark
“Model-Based Systems Engineering (MBSE) as computer-supported approach for cooperative systems development”

Kinga Skorupska, Kamil Warpechowski, Radoslaw Nielek and Wieslaw Kopec
“Conversational Crowdsourcing for Older Adults: a Wikipedia Chatbot Concept”

Robb Mitchell, Enrique Encinas and Ben Kirman
“Social Icebreakers Everywhere: A Day In The Life”

Zoom Plenary

18:25 – 18:35

Break

Zoom Plenary

18:35 – 19:25

Paper & Notes Session 3

Chair: tba

(Journal Paper)
Michael Prilla, Oliver Blunk, and Irene-Angelica Chounta
How does Collaborative Reflection Unfold in Online Communities? An Analysis of two Data Sets

(Note)
Cathrine Seidelin, Charlotte P. Lee, Yvonne Dittrich
Understanding data and cooperation in a public sector arena

Zoom

19:25 – 19:40

Closing & Handoff to ECSCW 2021 Conference Chairs

Zoom

Asynchronous ECSCW 2020

Journal Papers, Exploratory Papers and Notes

Authors of accepted Journal papers, Exploratory papers and Notes are invited to upload a video presentation of their work. Papers and (optional) presentation will be available through an online platform for asynchronous viewing and commenting. We will publish a full list of accepted papers on the conference website in the coming weeks.

Details about accessing online paper presentations will be emailed to all registered participants.

Posters

Poster authors are invited to prepare their posters as PDF files and accompany them with audio narration files. The poster authors will post their files using Padlet. The platform will allow for asynchronous viewing and commenting on the posters, with poster authors responding to comments. Online poster presentations will be available for viewing throughout the conference. Poster authors are also invited to participate in the ECSCW Madness on Monday to preview their research.

Details about accessing online posters will be emailed to all registered participants.

Open Space

The digital FLAKE can be used by all ECSCW participants during the entire conference. The visualization is done with the help of Padlet. Detailed information about the different socio-ecological topics, the FLAKE as a method and the use of the Padlet will be presented in the exhibition itself via text and video.