Paper presented by Massimo Menichinelli at the 2CO – COmmunicating COmplexity – international design conference 2nd editionRead More ...
DSI – Workshop on Digital Technology to Support Social Innovation
Organized by SINTEF, Cibervoluntarios, Farapi, Politecnico di Milano, TNO, IAAC and supported by the CAPS projects: SOCRATIC, MAKE-IT and OPEN4CITIZENS.
One of the workshops of the 4th International Conference on Internet Science, 22-24 November, 2017, Thessaloniki, Greece.
Find out more at: http://www.socratic.eu/dsi-workshop/
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MAKE-IT researchers participated in presenting a paper in the main conference and in the organisation of the DSI – Workshop on Digital Technology to Support Social Innovation and in presenting another paper in it.Read More ...
INSCI, the International Conference on Internet Science, is one of the main research events about CAPS, and last year we presented a paper at the INSCI2016 edition in Florence:
The international conference on Internet Science aims at progressing and investigating on topics of high relevance with Internet’s impact on society, governance, and innovation. It focuses on the contribution and role of Internet science on the current and future multidisciplinary understanding of societies transformations, governance shifts and innovation quests. Its main objective is to allow an open and productive dialogue between all the disciplines which study the Internet as a socio-technical system under any technological or humanistic perspectives.
The edition of this year will be the 4th International Conference on Internet Science (22-24 November, 2017) in Thessaloniki, (Greece), and beside submitting papers, we are also organising one of its workshops called DSI – Workshop on Digital Technology to Support Social Innovation. The workshop is organized by SINTEF, Cibervoluntarios, Farapi, Politecnico di Milano, TNO, IAAC | Fab City Research Lab (I’m one of the organizers) and supported by the CAPS projects SOCRATIC, MAKE-IT and OPEN4CITIZENS.
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The advent of the Web 2.0 enabled the growth of user-generated content, virtual communities and new forms of collaboration over the internet. Since then, multiple platforms, such as the CAPS platforms , have emerged tapping into collective knowledge for fostering awareness, collaboration and innovation.
The 12th EAD Conference is hosted by Sapienza University of Rome in Italy, and it will foster discussion among designers, academics and experts about the articulated scenario of contemporary design and its perspectives, with intent to nurture diversity and interdisciplinarity.
MAKE-IT participated with the presentation of two peer-reviewed papers:
- Makers’ ambitions to do socially valuable things
- A data-driven approach for understanding Open Design. Mapping social interactions in collaborative processes on GitHub