Concluding the review round that has been keeping the workshop committee busy during the past weeks, twelve papers from authors of diverse backgrounds and research interest have now been accepted to the workshop. We wish to thank all or our reviewers for volunteering their time and expertise to help us select the participants – a wonderfully diverse group of people!
What happens next is that authors of accepted position papers have time until April 8 to revise their submissions. After that deadline, the final positions papers will be uploaded to this website, well in time before the workshop in May.
Stay tuned for more!
We are excited to share the great news: Zeynep Tufekci, assistant professor at the University of Maryland, Baltimore County, will keynote our workshop in May. While waiting for CHI, take a look at Zeynep’s blog, titled Technosociology.
In response to the changes in the conference registration dates, the important dates of the workshop have been revised to be the following:
* EXTENDED submission deadline – Jan 26, 2011
* REVISED notification of acceptance – March 1, 2011
* Workshop at CHI 2011 – May 7, 2011
You now have the chance to work on your submissions as long as until Jan 26. However, early submissions are encouraged and welcomed! Those who have already submitted position papers are welcome to resubmit elaborated versions closer to the new deadline, if they wish to do so.
The extended abstract that describes the workshop and its approach in more detail is now available. Take a look while preparing your submission!
The CHI 2011 workshop “Privacy for a Networked World”: Bridging Theory and Design will take place on May 7 in Vancouver, BC. More information on the workshop will be posted asap.
- take a look at the Call for Participation and plan on submitting a position paper (deadline on January 14, 2011)
- contact us at networkedprivacy(at)gmail.com, if you have any questions or comments concerning the workshop
- Airi Lampinen, Helsinki Institute for Information Technology HIIT / Aalto University
- Fred Stutzman, School of Information and Library Science, UNC-Chapel Hill
- Markus Bylund, Swedish Institute of Computer Science