European Conference on Computer-Supported Cooperative Work (ECSCW)*

European Conference on Computer-Supported Cooperative Work (ECSCW)*

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The European Conference on Computer-Supported Cooperative Work (ECSCW) – The International venue on Practice-centred computing and the Design of cooperation technologies – is a series of conferences on computer-supported cooperative work located in Europe. The conference series is affiliated with EUSSET – the European Society for Socially Embedded Technologies, part of the Social Computing Association. (Previously the conference was organized by the ECSCW Foundation and Conference Commmittee, resp.)

Starting with 2018, ECSCW is merging with COOP – International Conference on the Design of Cooperative Systems – and becomes an annual conference.

Conference History:

19th ECSCW 2021, 7-11 June 2021, Zurich, Switzerland
(Host: Department of Informatics, University of Zurich)

    Pre-conference Doctoral Colloquium (Jun 7-8)

    Workshops & Masterclasses (Jun 7-8)

18th ECSCW 2020, 13–17 June 2020, University of Siegen, Siegen, Germany Virtual venue
(Host: Information Systems and New Media, University of Siegen)

    Keynotes: Understanding Consumers and Everyday Practices in a Reconfigured Energy System

    Sessions: Paper and Note Sessions; Exploratory Papers Sessions; Poster Session

    Panels: Surveillance Capitalism: Data Driven Business Models, their Societal Impact, and the Role of Academic Communities; Open Forum Discussion on Practice-centered Computing

    Open Space: Communities of Sustainable Practice

    Pre-conference Workshops (Jun 13-14): Studying Technical Mechanisms for Supporting Sharing Communities; Doing CSCW research in small and medium enterprises: experiences, options and challenges; (Coping with) Messiness in Ethnography – Methods, Ethics and Participation in ethnographic Field Work in the non-Western World; Learning for life: Designing for sustainability of tech-learning networks of older adults; Datafication and cultural heritage: provocations, threats, and design opportunities; Why Do CSCW Insights Lose Out to Management Intuitions?

    Pre-conference Doctoral Colloquium (Jun 14)

    EUSSET General Assembly
    EUSSET Lifetime Achievement Award Presentation

17th ECSCW 2019, 8–12 June 2019, University of Salzburg, Salzburg, Austria
(Host: Austrian Institute of Technology (AIT); Center for Human-Computer Interaction, University of Salzburg)

    Keynotes: Enacting Complexities; Participatory sense-making: conceptual tools for design and collaboration

    Sessions: Large and Small Team Practices; Online Collective Political Action; Advocacy and assistance for marginalized groups; Evolving Workers and Workplaces; Gaps and Theories; Supporting Collaborative Work through Platforms; Reading and Writing Together; Online & Offline; Posters & Demos

    Panels: Envisioning Futures of Practice-Centered Computing

    Pre-conference Workshops (Jun 8-9): WS1 – Who Cares? Exploring the Concept of Care Networks for Designing Healthcare Technologies; CANCELLED! WS2 – Workshop on Transparent and Flexible Electrochromic Displays; WS3 – Hybrid Collaboration – Moving Beyond Purely Co-Located or Remote Collaboration

    Pre-conference Masterclasses (Jun 8): CSCW research in small and medium enterprises

    Pre-conference Doctoral Colloquium (Jun 9)

    Eusset Lifetime Achievement Award: Bonnie Nardi

16th ECSCW 2018, 4–8 June 2018, Nancy, France
(Host: Institut national de recherche en sciences et technologies du numérique (inria) Nancy – Grand-Est)

    Keynotes: USNB – Enabling Universal Online Social Interactions; Who works your data? Responsible AI to address trust and privacy in micro-work regulation

    Sessions: DESIGN PRACTICES; SOCIAL MEDIA AND SOCIETAL IMPACT; SHARED ARTIFACTS: DISPLAYS, VIDEOS, NOTES, AND FOLKSONOMIES; COLLABORATION IN SOFTWARE ENGINEERING; KNOWLEDGE AND INDUSTRIAL WORK; SENSING, RECOMMENDATION AND TRUST; SCHOOL, WORK AND PLAY

    Panels: CSCW in Manufacturing Environments: Towards a European Research Agenda

    Pre-conference Workshops (Jun 4-5): WS1: CSCW and The New Wave of Digitalisation Workshop; WS2: A Critical View on Smart Cities: Engaging Further Stakeholders (CANCELLED)

    Pre-conference Masterclasses (Jun 5): MC1: Design Ethnography; MC2: Practice-based Computing as the Heart of CSCW Research; MC3: Key research issues in CSCW (CANCLELLED)

    Pre-conference Doctoral Colloquium (Jun 4) – CANCELLED?

15th ECSCW 2017, 28 August – 1 September 2017, Sheffield Hallam University, Sheffield, United Kingdom
(Host: Department of Computing, Communication and Computing Research Centre, Sheffield Hallam University)

    Keynotes: Why Do We Use Social Media? Social Ego and the Management of Reputation; AI as a promise. AI as a practice. AI as HCI.

    Sessions: Disentangling Interactions; Civic Engagement and Social Change; Creativity and Sensemaking; Building Frameworks and Models; Digitally Mediated Interactions; Digitizing Workplaces; Content Production and Sharing; Information in the Medical Domain; IoT and Communities of Practice; Theoretical Concerns; Demos & Posters

    Panels: A Constructive-Critical Approach to The Changing Workplace and its Technologies; Discerning Designers’ Intentions; Beyond Computing for Social Good? Celebrating the Life and Work of David Martin

    Pre-conference Workshops (Aug 28-29): WS1 – Reconsidering Design for Civic Engagement and Participation (CANCELLED); WS2 – Connecting Minds, Muscles and Bodies: Using Physiological Sensing and Physical Output to Support Communication (CANCELLED); WS3 – Data-work in Healthcare: New roles, tasks and challenges; WS4 – Social Matching Meets Big Social Data Science (CANCELLED); WS5 – Crowds at Risk: Exploitation, Creative Destruction, and the Unintended Effects of Crowdsourcing (CANCELLED); WS6 – Creative and inventive methods in CSCW research – drawing from design techniques; WS7 – Nomadic Culture Beyond Work Practices; EU COST Action Workshop: Sharing And Caring: Digital Platforms in the Collaborative Economy

    Pre-conference Masterclasses (Aug 28): MC1 – Qualitative Research for CSCW; MC2 – Participatory Design; MC3 – Conceptual issues in CSCW; MC4 – Writing for Publication

    Pre-conference Doctoral Colloquium (Aug 29)

    EUSSET & IISI Lifetime Achievement Award Lecture – Chair: Volker Wulf

14th ECSCW 2015, 19-23 September 2015, Oslo, Norway
(Host: Department of Informatics, University of Oslo)

13th ECSCW 2013, 21-25 September 2013, Paphos, Cyprus
(Host: Department of Computer Science, University of Cyprus)

    Keynotes: Timeframe, scopeframe …dataframe & theory framed – the news that longitudinal multisite studies might hold for CsCw; Envisioning the collaborative work of the future: spaces, tools, experiences. From user observation to design strategies

    Sessions: Papers; Work-in-Progress

    Panels: CSCW beyond W: Option or necessity?

    Pre-conference Workshops (Sep 21-22): WS1: Participatory Publics: Civic technology and local communities; WS2: CSCW at the Boundary of Work and Life; WS3: MoRoCo – Models and their Role in Collaboration; WS4: Francophone Ergonomics and CSCW – a comparative analysis; WS5: Designing Mobile Face-to-Face Group Interactions (OPEN TO ALL); WS7: EC-TEL meets ECSCW – Workshop on Collaborative Technologies for Working and Learning

    Pre-conference Masterclasses (Sep 21): MC1: Co-producing assisted living technologies and services (CANCELLED)

    Pre-conference Doctoral Colloquium (Sep 22)

    EUSSET-IISI Lifetime Achievement Award for Liam Bannon and Kjeld Schmidt

12th ECSCW 2011, 24-28 September 2011, Aarhus University, Aarhus, Denmark
(Host: Department of Computer Science, Aarhus University)

    Keynotes: When Computer-Mediated Communication Goes Critical; The diagnosed life

    Sessions: Enterprise; Health; Communicating; Discoursive theories; Technological mediation; Together; Augmentation; Demos, Videos & Posters

    Panels: The challenge of difference: Is ’culture’ relevant for CSCW?; New Horizons

    Pre-conference Workshops (Sep 24-25): WS1: Collaborative usage and development of models and Visualization; WS2: Computer-Supported Collaborative Learning at the workplace – CSCL at work (CANCELLED); WS3: Fostering Social Interactions in the Ageing Society: Artefact – Methodologies – Research Paradigms; WS4: Duet 2011: Dual Eye Tracking in CSCW; WS5: CSCWSmart? Collective Intelligence and CSCW in Crisis Situations; WS7: Social Media at Work

    Pre-conference Masterclasses (Sep 25): MC1: Cooperative work and coordinative practices; MC2: Settings for Collaboration: The Role of Place (CANCELLED); MC3: Fieldwork for Design; MC4: Exploring Digital Design. Multi-Disciplinary Design Practices

    Pre-conference Doctoral Colloquium (Sep 24)

    Speakers’ corner: Less clean-cut but surely thought-provoking
    EUSSET-IISI Lifetime Achievement Award to Christiane Floyd

11th ECSCW 2009, 7-11 September 2009, Vienna, Austria
(Host: Multidisciplinary Design Group, Vienna University of Technology)

    Keynotes: Shared Use of Technology in Developing Countries; Exquisite Sensing: Exploring Empathy and Sensual Technologies in Collaborative Spaces

    Sessions: Paper Sesssions; Demos, Videos & Posters

    Pre-conference Workshops (Sep 7-8): W1: Collaborative Infrastructuring – Conceptualizing Emergence and Design of Information Infrastructures; W2: Bridging “Interaction Clouds”: Exploring collaborative interaction across assemblies of mobile and embedded technology; W3: Enhancing interaction spaces by social media for the elderly; W4: Collaboration and Cooperation Through Serious Games for Competence Development in Enterprises; W5: Interoperability in CSCW; W6: Academia 2.0 and beyond – How Social Software changes research and education in academia; W7: Considering Gender in ECSCW

    Pre-conference Masterclasses (Sep 7-8): M1: Tangible interaction in support of cooperative work; M2: Fieldwork for Design

    Pre-conference Doctoral Colloquium (Sep 7)

10th ECSCW 2007, 24-28 September 2007, Limerick, Ireland
(Host: Interaction Design Centre, University of Limerick)

    Keynotes: Conviviality: a system requirement; TUNES: The Irish traditional music session as organizational model

    Sessions: Paper Sessions, Demos & Posters

    Panels: ECSCW: Where are We? Reflections and Prognostications; The Changing Technological Landscape of CSCW – from BSCW to Sharepoint?

    Pre-conference Workshops (Sep 24-25): WS1: Why CSCW research? Web 2.0 and Social Software solve our problems anyhow!; WS2: Making design take place; WS3: Techniques and Methodologies for Studying Technology Use ‘In the Wild’; WS4: The Challenges of Collaborative Work in Global Software Development; WS5: What is missing in Social Software? Current collaborative practices in social software; WS6: Handover: Collaboration for Continuity of Work; WS7: (half day) “Cooperative Knowledge Spaces for Mathematics, Natural Sciences, and Engineering; WS8: Beyond Mobility: Studying Nomadic Work; WS9: CSCW, Technology and Diagnostic Work; WS10: Realising and Supporting Collaboration in e-Research

    Pre-conference Masterclasses (Sep 24): M1: Channelling Merleau-Ponty; M2: Fieldwork for Design; M3: Distributed Cognition

    Pre-conference Doctoral Colloquium (Sep 25)

9th ECSCW 2005, 18-22 September 2005, Paris, France
(Host: Institut national de recherche en sciences et technologies du numérique (inria); Association Francophone d’Interaction Homme-Machine (AFIHM))

    Keynotes: Universities, the Internet, and the Information Commons; All W and No P Makes CSCW a Dull Field: Supporting Ludic Collaboration

    Sessions: Paper Sesssions; Posters & Demos

    Pre-conference Workshops (Sep 18-19): Reconfiguring Healthcare: Issues in Computer Supported Cooperative Work in Healthcare Environments (W1); Computer Games and CSCW (W2); Activity – From a Theoretical to a Computational Construct (W3); Settings for Collaboration: The role of place (W4); Location Awareness and Community (W5); Supporting Appropriation Work: Approaches for the ‘reflective’ user (W7)

    Pre-conference Tutorials (Sep 18): Prototyping Tangible Interfaces (T1)

    Pre-conference Doctoral Colloquium (Sep 19)

8th ECSCW 2003, 14-18 September 2003, Helsinki, Finland
(Host: Center for Research on Activity, Development and Learning (CRADLE), University of Helsinki)

    Keynotes: Working and Learning when the Answer is Not Known; The thermodynamics of cooperation

    Sessions: Paper Sessions; Posters & Demos

    Panels: Working out “Work” — Computer-Supported Cooperative What?

    Pre-conference Workshops (Sep 14-15): W1: Applying Activity Theory to CSCW Research and Practice; W2: Hypertext Linking in CSCW (CANCELLED); W3: The Fifth International Workshop on Collaborative Editing; W5: Moving From Analysis to Design: Social Networks in the CSCW Context; W6: From Good Practices to Patterns; W7: CSCW@E-Democracy: Supporting Conversation and Collaboration in Policy-making; W8: Tailoring Cooperation; W9: The problem of user-designer relations in technology production; W10: Computer Supported Scientific Collaboration; W11: The Practice of Measurement: Issues for Collaborative Technologies (CANCELLED); W12: Intellectual Collaboration in Professional Practice: Supporting Dialogue, Improvisation, and Discovery (CANCELLED)

    Pre-conference Doctoral Colloquium (Sep 15)

7th ECSCW 2001, 16-20 September 2001, Bonn, Germany
(Host: GMD – Forschungszentrum Informationstechnik)

    Keynotes: Why wear a computer?; Knowledge dynamics in networks and communities

    Sessions: Making sense of it all; Tools and mechanisms for supporting collaboration; Orchestration, management and participation in work spaces; New ways of talking and sharing: exploiting the web and the mobile; Coordinating work through shared artefacts: three field studies; Overcoming delays, interruptions and cold starts; Looking at the big picture: complex systems and working practices; Demos, Posters, and Videos

    Panels: Is the computer really disappearing ?

    Pre-conference Workshops (Sep 16): W1: Participatory Design of Collaborative Systems– new Challenges?; W2: Cooperation around design and development of ICT for multiple-mode access to public services; W3: Learning Groups; W4: Managing Tacit Knowledge; W5: The Second ECSCW Workshop on Community Knowledge; W6: Actions and Identities in Virtual Communities of Practice; W7: WORK/PLACE: Reconceptualising the ‘workplace’; W8: Structure and Process: the interplay of routine and informed action; W9: Workshop on Ad hoc Communications; W10: Accounting for power relationships in the CSCW system design and use (CANCELLED)

    Pre-conference Tutorials (Sep 17): T1: Doing Ethnography for CSCW Systems Design (CANCELLED); T2: Using Design Rationale Systems to Support Collaborative Work (CANCELLED); T3: Technical Issues in CSCW (CANCELLED); T4: Collaboration Technology in Teams, Organizations, and Communities; T5: Community Knowlegde; T6: Software Engineering of Collaborative Web Applications; T7: Recommender Systems: Collaborating in Commerce and Communities (CANCELLED); T8: Building Online Communities of Practice

    Pre-conference Doctoral Colloquium (Sep 17)

6th ECSCW 1999, 12-16 September 1999, Copenhagen, Denmark
(Host: Center for Tele-Information, Technical University of Denmark)

    Keynotes: Artful Integration as CSCW’s Project: Reflections and Reveries

    Paper Sessions

    Panels: CSCW: The next ten years

    Pre-conference Doctoral colloquium (Sep 13)

    Pre-conference Workshops (Sep 12-13): W1: Evolving use of groupware; W2: Broadening our understanding: Community networks and other forms of Computer Supported Community Wor; W3: Be here now: Ubiquitous virtual communities for collaborative working; W4: Beyond knowledge management: Managing expertise; W5: Community knowledge

    Pre-conference Tutorials (Sep 12-13): T1: CSCW, Groupware and Workflow; T2: The theory and practice of fieldwork for systems development; T3: Distributed Cognition: Applying theory to the social and cognitive in CSCW design and evaluations; T4: Workflow management: Concepts, models, methods, and tools; T5: A technical overview of CSCW; T6: Web technologies and CSCW systems

    Co-located Events: Interaction and Collaboration in Virtual Environments, 3rd Nordic Interactive Multimedia Research School,
    8-11 Sep; LAP’99: The 4th International Workshop on the Language Action Perspective on Communication Modelling, 12-13 Sep

5th ECSCW 1997, 7-11 September 1997, Lancaster, UK
(Host: Computing Department, Lancaster University)

    Keynotes: CSCW: Inquiring and Learning; Primitive Man in the Electronic Work Environment

    Sessions: Conceptualizing and Designing for Cooperative Work; Shared Information Spaces; Cooperation in Real and Virtual Worlds; Formalisms and Mediation; Objects, Spaces and Bodies; Sharing: Information and Process; The Influence of Devices and Environments; Cooperation and Access Coordination; Demos, Posters, and Videos

    Pre-conference Workshops (Sep 7): W1: Workplace Studies: Theoretical and Practical Issues; W2: Community Networks: Opening a new research field for cooperative work; W4: Collaboration in the Digital Library; W5: Social Agents in Web-Based Collaboration; W6: Object Oriented Groupware Platforms; W7: Network Communities: Supporting Community on the Net; W8: Computer Support for Home Life: CSCW & Domestic Environments; W9: CSCW for Learning: Physician, heal thyself?

    Pre-conference Tutorials (Sep 8): T1: CSCW, Groupware and Workflow: Experiences, State of Art, and Future Trends; T2: Ethnography and Systems Development; T3: A Tour of Collaborative Applications and Infrastructures; T4: Working Through Collaboration: A Framework for Designing Technology Support; T5: Building Shared Information Systems; T6: Collaborative Virtual Environments; T8: A Structured Approach to Evaluating CSCW Applications

    Pre-conference Doctoral Colloquium (Sep 7)

4th ECSCW 1995, 10-14 September 1995, Stockholm, Sweden
(Host: Department of Numerical Analysis and Computing Science, Royal Institute of Technology)

    Invited Talks: Art and Technology – an intriguing cooperation; Experience of Computer Support for Work at a Distance; Electronic Conferencing over the Web

    Sessions: Distributed Social Worlds; Collaborative Activities; Cooperation and Power; Mechanisms; Electronic Meetings; Workplace Studies; Demos, Posters, and Videos

    Panels: Space is the place – But is space virtual, media, augmented or real?

    Pre-conference Workshops (Sep 10): The Role of Version Control in CSCW Applications; The ‘professional stranger’ – the role of the fieldworker in workplace studies for CSCW system design; Collaboration in Virtual Environments – Practice and Experience; Groupware for Self-Organizing Units – The Autopoietic Turn in Organization Science and its Relevance for CSCW; Collaborative Systems Architectures: Toward a Common Design; Collective Learning and collective memory for coping with dynamic complexity

    Pre-conference Tutorials (Sep 11): Conceptual Foundations for Business Process Reengineering and/or Development; Designing and Implementing Collaborative Applications; An introduction to Distributed Cognition: analysing ‘the social’ and ‘the cognitive’ for CSCW applications; Workflow Systems; Groupware and Workflow: A Survey of Systems and Behavioural Issues; Ethnography and Systems Development: Bounding the Intersection; Designing Co-operative Hypermedia Systems; Collaborative Writing: Practical Problems and Prospective Solutions; Status & Challenges for Co-ordination Technology: An AI Perspective

    Pre-conference Doctoral Colloquium

3rd ECSCW 1993, 13-17 September 1993, Milano, Italy
(Host: Laboratoty of Cooperation Technologies, University of Milan)

2nd ECSCW 1991, 24-27 September 1991, Amsterdam, The Netherlands
(Host: Centre for Innovation and Cooperative Technology, University of Amsterdam)

    Paper Presentations

    Panels: Formalization in CSCW; Organizational Memory

    Small Workshops: Small changes that make a big difference; Whither GDSS in CSCW?; CSCW Design Methodologies

1st EC-CSCW 1989, 13-15 September 1989, Gatwick, London, UK
(Host: Computer Sciences Company)

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