Programme

The Programme for 13th IFIP TC9 Human Choice and Computers Conference: This Changes Everything is now finalised.  For participants keen to make their travel arrangements, and register with the World Computer Congress, of which HCC13 is a part, we present the programme below in time for the close of Early Bird Registration on 14th July.

HCC13 takes place Wednesday 19th, Thursday 20th, and Friday 21st September, at Poznan University of Technology, Poland.

HCC13 Programme
Wed
RmA
Wed RmB Thur RmA Thur RmB Fri
RmA
Fri RmB
9.30-10.00 HCC13 Opening & Keynote from Don Gotterbarn Session
5 Gender
Session 6 Law Summary Panel
10.00-10.30
10.30-11.00
11.00-14.30 Coffee, WCC Keynote & Lunch
14.30-15.00 Session 1 This Changes Everything Session 2 Sustainability Session
7 This Changed Everything
Session 8 Ethics eWaste Meeting Session 11 ICT and an Inclusive Society
15.00-15.30
15.30-16.00
16.00-16.30 Coffee
16.30-17.00 Session
3 Digital Lives
Session 4 Gender Session
9 Secure Practice
Session 10 This Changes Everything
17.00-17.30
19.30 Congress Dinner “This Changes Everything”
Movie Screening

Session 1: This Changes Everything

2.30-4pm Weds RmA Chair: David Kreps

  • Do we have what is needed to change everything? A survey of Finnish software businesses on labour shortage and its potential impacts. Sonja Hyrynsalmi, Minna Rantanen, Sami Hyrynsalmi
  • PHR, we’ve had a problem here. Minna Rantanen, Jani Koskinen
  • Three views to a school information system: Wilma from a sociotechnical perspective. Olli Heimo, Minna Rantanen, Kai K. Kimppa

Session 2: Sustainability

2.30-4pm Weds RmB  Chair: Thomas Lennerfors

  • On The Complex Relationships Between ICT Systems and the Planet. Norberto Patrignani and Iordanis Kavathatzopoulos
  • Exploring Sustainable HCI Research Dimensions through the Inclusive Innovation Framework. Tobias Nyström, Moyen Mustaquim
  • Obsolescence in Information and Communication Technology: A Critical Discourse Analysis. Ines Junge, Maja van der Velden

Session 3: Digital Lives

4.30-5.30pm Weds RmA  Chair: Petros Chamakiotis

  • Team Feedback Intervention and Team Learning in Virtual Teams: A Moderated Mediation Model of Team Cohesion and Personality. Jesus Sanchez Gomez, Ana Zornoza, Virginia Orengo, Vicente Peñarroja, Petros Chamakiotis
  • Aware but Not in Control: A Qualitative Value Analysis of the Effects of New Technologies. Kathrin Bednar, Sarah Spiekermann

Session 4: Gender

4.30-5.30pm Weds RmB Chair: Sisse Finken

  • Feminist Technoscience as a Resource for Working with Science Practices, a Critical Approach, and Gender Equality in Swedish Higher IT Educations. Johanna Sefyrin, Christina Mörtberg, Pirjo Elovaara
  • Mind the Gap. Gender and Computer Science Conferences. Antonio Maria Fiscarelli, Sytze Van Herck

Session 5: Gender

9.30-11am Thurs RmA Chair: Christina Mörtberg

  • ICT changes everything! But who changes ICT? Hilde G. Corneliussen, Clem Herman, Radhika Gajjala
  • ICT and Sustainable Development: Looking beyond the Anthropocene. Maja van der Velden
  • Becoming with in Participatory Design. Sisse Finken, Christina Mörtberg, Pirjo Elovaara

Session 6: Law

9.30-11am Thurs RmB Chair: Louise Leenen

  • Do Honest People Pull the Short Straw? The Paradox of Openness. Kiyoshi Murata, Yohko Orito, Miha Takubo
  • The legitimacy of cross-border searches through the Internet for criminal investigations. Taro Komukai, Aimi Ozaki
  • Discussions on the Right to Data Portability from Legal Perspectives. Kaori Ishii

Session 7: This Changed Everything

2.30-4pm Thurs RmA Chair: Chris Leslie

  • The Basic Dream of the PC, or “Did you ever play tic-tac-toe”? Nadia Ambrosetti, Matteo Cantamesse
  • Software Engineering in a British defence project in 1970. Ian Pyle
  • History of Early Australian Designed Computers. Arthur Tatnall

Session 8: Ethics

2.30-4pm Thurs RmB Chair: Diane Whitehouse

  • Artificial Intelligence does not Exist: Lessons from Shared Cognition and the Opposition to the Nature/Nurture Divide. Vassilis Galanos
  • The Ethics of Inherent Trust in Care Robots for the Elderly. Adam Poulsen, Oliver Burmeister, David Kreps
  • Discussing Ethical Impacts in Research and Innovation: The Ethics Canvas. Wessel Reijers, Kevin Koidl, David Lewis, Harshvardhan J. Pandit, Bert Gordijn

Session 9: Secure Practice

4.30-5.30pm Thurs RmA Chair: Kai Kimppa

  • iPay.lk – A Digital Merchant Platform from Sri Lanka. Parakum Pathirana
  • Cybersecurity Capability and Capacity Building for South Africa. Joey Jansen van Vuuren, Louise Leenen

Session 10: This Changes Everything

4.30-5.30pm Thurs RmB Chair: Charles Ess

  • Philosophy as the road to good ICT. Iordanis Kavathatzopoulos, Ryoko Asai
  • An exploration of opportunities for a theory of information inadequacy. Miranda Kajtazi, Darek Haftor

Session 11: ICT and an Inclusive Society

2.30-4pm Fri RmB Co-chairs: Prof Hossana Twinomurinzi and Dr Jackie Phahlamohlaka

  • Papers (20 minutes each)
    • Collaboration towards a more inclusive society: the case of South African ICT4D researchers. Judy Van Biljon, Filistea Naude
    • Assessing ICT access disparities between the institutional and home front using Activity Theory: A case of university students in South Africa’s Eastern Cape. Sam Takavarasha, Liezel Cilliers, Willie Chinyamurindi
    • Creating an ICT skills enhancement environment for entrepreneurs. Riana Steyn, Carina de Villiers, Hossana Twinomurinzi
  • Panel: ICT4D (30 Minutes)
      • Chair : Tony Parry, CEO IITPSA
      • Panelists: All presenters of the papers plus other willing South Africans present will be called upon to participate in the Panel.