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"Ciolfi, Luigina" <[log in to unmask]>
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Ciolfi, Luigina
Thu, 15 Jun 2017 14:25:09 +0000
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=== Registration Now Open: ECSCW 2017, August 28-September 01 2017, Sheffield (UK) ===

Registration to ECSCW 2017 is now open. Information on registration rates and the link to the secure registration portal can be found at:

The Early Registration period lasts until July 30th, 2017.

*About ECSCW 2017
ECSCW 2017 is the 15th European Conference on Computer Supported Cooperative Work. The Conference will feature a lively program of papers, exploratory papers, panels, workshops masterclasses and a doctoral colloquium.
The keynote presentations will be delivered by Dr. Gloria Origgi (Institut Nicod, Paris) and Dr. David Ayman Shamma (CWI Amsterdam).
The conference format aims to facilitate critical discussion across disciplinary and national borders in the field in a relaxed and supportive atmosphere.
Social events will include a drinks reception at Sheffield Town Hall and a banquet in the beautiful surroundings of The Cutlers' Hall, both 19th century listed buildings.

*About Sheffield and the Surrounding Area
ECSCW 2017 will be in held at Sheffield Hallam University, one of the leading new universities in the UK for research. The main conference venue will be the state-of-the-art Charles Street Building (completed in 2016).
Sheffield is one of England's largest cities and the UK's greenest city, with more trees per person than any other city in Europe. A diverse hub of work in design, IT, financial services and advanced manufacturing, the city centre offers a diverse range of attractions, including museums, theatres, restaurants and live music venues.
One third of the city area falls within the Peak District National Park, ideal for hiking, cycling and sightseeing surrounded by spectacular scenery, and featuring world-renowned historical sites such as Chatsworth House.
Full information on travelling to Sheffield and on the local area is available at:

* Accommodation and Travel.
Sheffield is located within an hour from four international airports and has frequent and direct train links to Manchester International Airport. Sheffield is also easily reached from within Great Britain thanks to direct train connections to most cities, including London, Edinburgh, Glasgow, Bristol, Manchester, Newcastle and Birmingham.
Find out more at:
Accommodation in Sheffield is very affordable and it is possible to book selected hotels at a ECSCW 2017 special rate directly through our website:

We look forward to welcoming you to Sheffield and to ECSCW 2017!

Luigina Ciolfi & Dave Randall
ECSCW 2017 Conference Co-Chairs

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