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Call for Papers for the Workshop

EUD4HWID: Tools and Sociotechnical Frameworks
http://hwid.di.unimi.it/events/eud4hwid

Hatfield, Hertfordshire (UK) - July 10th, 2019
Held in conjunction with IS-EUD 2019 (International Symposium on 
End-User Development)


=== DESCRIPTION ===

The workshop focuses on tools, methods, techniques, and frameworks to 
enable End-User Development (EUD) in the frame of Human Work Interaction 
Design (HWID). HWID studies the integration of work analysis and 
interaction design methods for pervasive and smart workplaces. It has 
its roots and inspiration from the 70's Cognitive Work Analysis (CWA) 
methods. Today, HWID is a lightweight version of CWA, more practical and 
usable where end user's role is highly valued. The underlying idea is to 
empower users by designing smarter workplaces, in many different work 
domains. HWID in fact sees end users as workers, who are experts in 
specific domains, and work both individually and collaboratively for 
reaching a common objective.

Particular attention in the worskhop is devoted to the exploration and 
discussion of the relationship between EUD and HWID and the potentials 
of their synergy. EUD is defined as the set of methods, techniques, 
tools, and socio-technical environments that allow end users to act as 
professionals in those ICT-related domains in which they are not 
professionals, by creating, modifying, extending and testing digital 
artifacts without requiring knowledge in traditional software 
engineering techniques.

The workshop aims at further investigating open problems, challenges, 
and opportunities also capitalizing on the work of the HWID scientific 
community carried out in the last 13 years and presented in several venues.

Topics of interest include, but are not limited to:
- Visual tools for supporting connections between interaction design and 
work analysis
- Easy-to-use modelling tools of work processes in the digital workplace
- Contextual personas
- Employees' capturing of UX at work values
- End-User Development, Human Work Interaction Design, Industry 4.0, and 
Internet of Things
- Customizing Human-Computer Interactions in organizations


=== PARTICIPATION ===

The invitation to participate is extended to both researchers and 
practitioners belonging to various backgrounds and communities. 
Prospective participants will be required to submit a 2-4 pages position 
paper formatted according to the LNCS 
(https://www.springer.com/it/computer-science/lncs/conference-proceedings-guidelines). 
Videos, demos and interactive posters will also be welcomed. Papers will 
be selected by the Program Committee considering their quality, topic 
relevance, innovation, and potentials to foster discussion. Each paper 
will be reviewed by at least two reviewers providing authors with 
suggestions to make their contribution relevant and appealing for the 
workshop's audience. At least one author from every accepted paper must 
plan to attend the workshop and present it.

Submission link: https://easychair.org/conferences/?conf=eud4hwid2019

For information about venue and registration fees please visit IS-EUD 
website: https://iseud.net/2019

After the workshop, extended versions of selected papers will be 
considered for an indexed publication.


=== IMPORTANT DATES ===

Submission deadline: May 5th
Notification of acceptance: May 27th
Camera ready: June 16th


=== ORGANIZERS ===

Barbara Rita Barricelli, UniversitÓ degli Studi di Milano (Italy)
Torkil Clemmensen, Copenhagen Business School (Denmark)
Arminda Lopes, University of Madeira (Portugal)
Pedro Campos, University of Madeira (Portugal)
Elena Casiraghi, UniversitÓ degli Studi di Milano (Italy)


=== CONTACTS ===

For any further information, please write to: [log in to unmask]

-- 
*Barbara Rita Barricelli, PhD*
Assistant Professor
Department of Computer Science
UniversitÓ degli Studi di Milano, Italy
http://barricelli.di.unimi.it

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