Airi Lampinen is a social psychologist and researcher at the Helsinki Institute for Information Technology HIIT. As a PhD student at the University of Helsinki, she focuses on strategies of managing privacy and publicness in social network services. Currently, she is visiting the School of Information of University of California at Berkeley as a Fulbright scholar.

Fred Stutzman is a doctoral candidate in the School of Information and Library Science at the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill. His work explores how people use social media for support during life transition, and the privacy choices people make when using social media. In 2011, he joins Carnegie Mellon University as a Postdoctoral Fellow.

Markus Bylund is a senior researcher at the Swedish Institute of Computer Science. His research interest lies within the fields of ubiquitous computing and related domains, with a strong focus on issues concerning the context of use. Recent work includes efforts to create a multi-disciplinary foundation for privacy-aware design.

Our workshop committee includes the following researchers: Kristiina Karvonen, Asko Lehmuskallio, Olli Pitkänen, Risto Sarvas & Sakari Tamminen (Helsinki Institute for Information Technology HIIT), Coye Cheshire, Jen King & Deirdre Mulligan (UC – Berkeley), Kristina Höök (Mobile Life Center, Stockholm), Woodrow Hartzog (UNC – Chapel Hill), Janice Tsai (Microsoft), Cathy Dwyer (Pace University), Lorraine Kisselburgh (Purdue University), Adam Joinson (University of Bath) and Michael Zimmer (University of Wisconsin, Milwaukee).

We wish to acknowledge the support of the TEKES funded research project Possi in making this workshop possible and in providing funds to bring in Zeynep Tufecki as a keynote speaker.

In all issues related to the workshop, please contact us by e-mail at networkedprivacy(at)


3 Responses to Organizers

  1. Pingback: “Privacy for a Networked World”: Bridging Theory and Design | CHI 2011 Workshop on Networked Privacy

  2. Ken Anderson says:

    can one attend the workshop without giving a paper… ie, pay as part of the conference?

  3. Hi, Ken! Thanks for the question. Unfortunately CHI is really strict about participation in the workshops so it won’t be possible to just sit in. But we hope you’ll stay tuned for taking a look at the accepted papers as well as the outcomes later on!

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