ECSCW 2020 DC-Program

The ECSCW 2020 Doctoral Colloquium provides an opportunity for doctoral students to discuss their research in an international forum under the guidance of a panel of experienced CSCW researchers. The Doctoral Colloquium will be held as part of the 18th European Conference on Computer Supported Cooperative Work.

Doctoral Colloquium will take place on Sunday, June 14, from 10:00 – 16:00 (German Time, UTC+2) via Zoom.

Moderators / Colloquium-Chairs

Chiara Rossitto. Stockholm University, Sweden

Peter Tolmie. University of Siegen, Germany

Participants

Axel Niklasson. HCID, City, University of London, UK:  AI for teams
The future of assisted collaborative work

Yisi Han. Software. Institute, Nanjing University, China
Understanding Developers’ Linguistic Behaviors in Hierarchical Open Source Communities

Clélie Amiot. Inria, Université de Lorraine, CNRS, France
Trustworthy chatbots assisting large-scale collaboration

Steffi Kohl. School of Business and Economics, Maastricht University, The Netherlands
Improving collaboration in design thinking teams through automated Coaches

Richard Paluch. University of Siegen, Germany
Technical and Affective Practices. An Investigation of Service Robots in Nursing Environments

Nana Kesewaa Dankwa. University of Kassel, Germany
Diversifying Smart Home Contexts

Yoana Ahmetoglu. UCL Interaction Centre, University College London, UK
Understanding and Supporting Daily Planning in Knowledge Work

Kathrin Juhart. Know-Center GmbH – Research Center for Data-Driven Business & Big Data Analytics, Austria
Designing for rework support in car series production from a knowledge work perspective

Ganiat Omolara Kazeem. Department for Computing and Communications & The Centre for Police Research and Learning (CPRL), The Open University, UK
Risk prediction and decision making in policing – Humans, Algorithms and Data

Chloe Eghtebas. Technical University of Munich, Germany
Perception Change With Ubiquitous AR in Social and Individual Scenarios

Olivia Ruston. University of Bath, UK
Design Fundamentals of Wearable Technology