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CRIWG 2010 opening


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CRIWG 2010 opening

  1. 1. CRIWG 2010 - 16th Collaboration Researchers’ International Workshop on Groupware <br />
  2. 2. Organization <br />Responsible Organization<br /> Delft University of Technology<br /> Faculty of Technology, Policy, and Management <br /> Systems Engineering Section<br />Organizing Committee Chair<br /> Stephan Lukosch, Delft University of Technology, The Netherlands<br />Organizing Committee<br />TanjaButtler, Delft University of Technology, The Netherlands<br /> Rick van Krevelen, Delft University of Technology, The Netherlands<br />Program Chairs<br /> Gwendolyn Kolfschoten, Delft University of Technology, The Netherlands<br /> Thomas Herrmann, Ruhr-University of Bochum, Germany <br />Doctoral Colloquium Chairs <br />Rafael Gonzalez, Javeriana University, Colombia<br />Michael Koch, Bundeswehr University Munich, Germany<br />Jan Marco Leimeister, University Kassel, Germany<br />
  3. 3. You, …<br />41 participants, 5 accompanying person(s), 6 participants in the doctoral consortium, 14 countries<br />
  4. 4. Location – Maastricht<br />Centre of Europe<br />Historic city (many historic sites, churches, history, culture)<br />Charm of a small city combined with facilities for large groups<br />Beautiful, green surroundings<br />© VVV Maastricht <br />
  5. 5. Venue - Castle Vaeshartelt <br />First mentioned in 870 <br />Present castle built 250 year ago<br />From 1841 on country retreat and hunting lodge for King William II. <br />From 1851 full-time residence of Petrus Regout<br />From 1995 conference centre <br />© Castle Vaeshartelt<br />
  6. 6. Conference Dinner - Stiphout<br />Tuesday evening<br />3,5 hours evening cruise on the river Maas <br />Pass the watergateTernaaien<br />3 coursedinner and free drinks<br />Bus pick-up: 17:45<br />Bus returns: 22:30<br />© Reederij Stiphout<br />
  7. 7. Wine tasting<br />Wednesday evening<br />Taste some Dutch wines <br />Taste some wines brought by <br />Marcos Borges, Brazil<br />Pedro Antunes, Portugal<br />Visit viticonsultwineyard<br />Price around <br />20 EUR for the tasting <br />35 EUR for the dinner <br />
  8. 8. Social event<br />Thursday, whole day <br />Discover the musketeer in you<br />Explore Maastricht’s fortifications<br />Carry out tasks as a group <br />Shoot with a longbow<br />Go underground and hunt for treasure <br />Conclude the day and cheer for the winning team in a typical Maastricht café <br />© VVV Maastricht <br />
  9. 9. Program <br />47 submissions<br />49 program committee members<br />18 full papers<br />9 work in progress<br />6 themes:<br />Knowledge Elicitation, Construction and Structuring<br />Decision Support<br />Collaboration support <br />Mobile Collaboration<br />Groupware Design<br />Awareness<br />Social Networking<br />
  10. 10. Trends<br />From tools to the phenomena that they support<br />Collaboration and Decision support <br />From processes to the phenomena they support<br />Awareness, Knowledge creation<br />
  11. 11. highscore<br />Pedro Antunes, Claudio Sapateiro, Gustavo Zurita and Nelson Baloian: Integrating Spatial Data and Decision Models in a E-Planning Tool<br />Petra Brosch, Philip Langer, Martina Seidl, Konrad Wieland and Manuel Wimmer: Concurrent Modeling in Early Phases of the Software Development Life Cycle<br />Till Schümmer, Martin Mühlpfordt and Joerg Haake: Computer Supported Reflection of Good Practice<br />
  12. 12. Presentations<br />Presentation time<br />10-15 min for short papers, 10 min discussion<br />15-25 min for long papers, 10 min discussion<br />Keep it short and precise <br />Not all slots are equally long due to scheduling restrictions  session chairs, plan carefully and inform your authors.<br />
  13. 13. Discussant role<br />To get more discussion and feedback for authors<br />Discussant reads the paper in advance and prepares questions<br />After the presentation the discussant can first ask questions<br />Of course after that, everyone is welcome to ask questions<br />
  14. 14. Wednesday <br />A review of CRIWG research<br />Pedro Antunes and Jose Pino<br />Analysis of the themes, liked research groups and citation index of CRIWG research<br />Discussion panel afterwards<br />
  15. 15. Tuesday<br />Distinguished lecture by Bob Briggs and Conan Albrecht<br />Both designed, developed and tested GSS in the field, several times<br />Present a new generation of Group Support Systems (GSS)based on thinkLets (design patterns for collaboration)<br />
  16. 16. Monday<br />Keynote<br />Prof. Dr. Jay Nunamaker<br />University of Arizona, Tucson <br />One of the founders of Information Systems field<br />The cradle of Group Support Systems<br />Built the first operational decision support center in 1985<br />Founder of GroupSystems software company<br />Supervised over 70 phd students, with many of them becoming successful academics<br />
  17. 17. Let’s make CRIWG’10 a success!<br />