Workshop — Call for papers
The deadline has passed but we still have a limited number of places available — Submit your paper to: email@example.com
On Saturday May 6th 2017 we will gather at UC Boulder for a 1 day discussion on the state of Crisis Informatics research within HCI. A significant body of work has now been produced over the 10 year history of Crisis Informatics; now is a good time for critical reflection on what has been accomplished and where we are headed.
A potential output of this meeting is a short position paper on the major challenges facing Crisis Informatics research. What are the most important questions in this field that we as a community should be addressing? We ask those who would like to participate to submit a brief position statement on one topic that you think is particularly pressing for research in this field.
Send submissions to firstname.lastname@example.org by 11:59PM March 17, 2017 Pacific Time. Submissions should be up to 1000 words, including references.
Acceptance notifications will be sent out on March 17th 2017.
- Dharma Dailey, University of Washington
- Robert Soden, University of Colorado
- Nick Lalone, Penn State University
- Melissa Bica, University of Colorado
- John Robinson, University of Washington
- Tom Wilson, University of Washington