[NordiCHI] CFP: IS-EUD 2013 - International Symposium on End-User Development

Anders Morch anders.morch at intermedia.uio.no
Sun Oct 21 02:14:00 CEST 2012


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                           CALL FOR PAPERS

                             IS-EUD 2013

          International Symposium on End-User Development

                          June 11-13, 2013
                IT University of Copenhagen, Denmark

                          http://iseud.net

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 Now more than ever users can create their own software in contexts
 chosen by themselves, at work, in education, for leisure, etc., by
 techniques such as modding, mashing, and tailoring. Spreadsheets,
 databases, web mash-ups, as well as content management systems and
 software products like ERP systems provide tools for End-User
 Development (EUD). The users of these tools are non-professional
 software developers, who create, modify and extend a software
 artifact.

 The International Symposium on End User Development (IS-EUD)
 series is the main forum for reporting research in EUD. The next
 conference will be held at the IT University in Copenhagen,
 Denmark, June 11-13, 2013. It is a meeting point for researchers
 with an interdisciplinary interest, including: Human-Computer
 Interaction, Software Engineering, Computer Supported Cooperative
 Work, Artificial Intelligence, and related areas.

 Among the challenges facing EUD are:

 * Software process: End users often lack education in software
   development, in particular software project management and
   program verification; in these contexts users must tackle the
   challenges faced by professional software developers.
   Researchers have begun to develop tools for end users to help
   them reduce costly errors.

 * Multidisciplinary cooperation: Cooperation between users,
   end-user developers and software engineers are crucial to inform
   design-time variation and use-time evolution of software in the
   user organization as well as for changing work practices. EUD
   research includes studies of organizational end-user tailoring
   to identify the cooperation and sharing around the evolution of
   software products and organizational IT-infrastructures.

 * Use-orientation technologies: Technical design is required for
   orchestrating evolution of the basic software, customizations
   and configurations. Technical design approaches like
   component-based design, aspect oriented programming, or domain
   specific languages are promising starting points, but they need
   to be further developed to accommodate the needs of
   organizational end-user development.

 We invite participation within the above themes as well as
 addressing related challenges in the following submission
 categories:


 Long and short papers

 Two different types of paper submissions are invited:

 1) long papers, up to 16 pages, reporting research or
    design experience, and
 2) short papers, up to 6 pages, describing work in progress or
    tool demonstrations.

 Authors can submit and update submissions through the EasyChair
 system until January 11, 2013. Papers must be formatted according
 to Springer LNCS style. Three members of the Program Committee
 will review each submission. Some long papers may be suggested
 turned into short papers. Accepted papers (both long and short)
 will appear in the proceedings, published by Springer as Lecture
 Notes in Computer Science (LNCS).


 Workshops

 Workshops will give participants the opportunities to share
 experiences, establish common understanding on shared topics, and
 identify open problems and rising challenges promoting future
 research on End-User Development. Workshops should be planned as a
 one-day event. Workshop proposals have to be submitted in PDF
 format and must contain:

 1) Title of the workshop and short description of its topic,
    motivations, goals.
 2) Name, institution, email address, and short bio for all the
    organizers.
 3) Detailed plan for workshop publicity, potential attendees,
    potential program committee, method for papers selection,
    approximate schedule and post-workshop activities.
 4) Call for Participation text (up to 600 words) that will be sent
    on mailing lists.

 The proposal document must be submitted through the EasyChair system


 Doctoral consortium

 Current PhD students, studying an End-User Development relevant
 topic, are invited to submit a 4-page description of their PhD
 work to the IS-EUD Doctoral Consortium. Selected students will
 have the opportunity to present their work, get constructive
 feedback, and share ideas and experiences with other students and
 experts in the field. Further information can be found on the
 conference website.


 User Evaluation Contest

 Have you developed a tool or technique enabling end users to more
 easily accomplish a set of tasks in a commercial tool? If so, we
 invite you to submit a proposal to have your technique or tool
 evaluated in the User Evaluation Contest at EUD 2013! A program
 committee of industry practitioners and industry researchers will
 evaluate your tool or technique, how well it meets the usability
 needs of its users. Your submission will describe a set of user
 tasks that will show off the functionality of your tool or
 technique, along with a set of evaluation metrics necessary to
 characterize the end users' performance, correctness, or cognition
 on these tasks. Send proposals to the EUD user evaluation contest
 chairs.


 Important dates

 January 11:   Papers (long and short), Workshops, and User
               evaluation contests
 February 11:  Doctoral consortium
 February 1:   Notification workshops
 February 27:  Notification papers (long and short), doctoral
               consortium, and contest
 March 11:     Camera-ready for all submissions.
 June 11-13:   Conference in Copenhagen


 Further information can be found on the conference website:
 http://iseud.net


 Conference Chairs
 Yvonne Dittrich, IT University of Copenhagen
 Margaret Burnett, Oregon State University

 Program Chairs
 Anders Mørch, University of Oslo
 David Redmiles, University of California, Irvine

 Workshop Chairs
 Barbara Barricelli, University of Milan
 Gunnar Stevens, University of Siegen

 Doctoral Consortium Chairs
 Laura Beckwith, hci Researcher, Copenhagen
 Michael Twidale, University of Illinois

 EUD User Evaluation Contest Chairs
 Andrew Begel, Microsoft Research, Redmond
 Boris de Ruyter, Philips Research, Eindhoven, NL

 Steering Committee
 Boris de Ruyter, Philips Research, The Netherlands
 Volkmar Pipek, University of Siegen, Germany
 Mary Beth Rosson, Pennsylvania State University, USA
 Volker Wulf, University of Siegen, Germany
 Francesca Costabile, University of Bari, Italy
 Gerhard Fischer, University of Colorado, USA

 Program Committee
 Antonella De Angeli, Univ. of Trento, Italy
 Michael Atwood, Drexel University, US
 Barbara Rita Barricelli, Univ. of Milano, Italy
 Susanne Bødker, Univ. of Aarhus, Denmark
 Francesca Costabile, Univ. of Bari, Italy
 Robert Deline, Microsoft Research, US
 Paloma Díaz, UC3M, Spain
 Daniela Fogli, Università di Brescia, Italy
 Sean Goggins, Drexel University, US
 Thomas Herrmann, Ruhr Univ., Germany
 Letizia Jaccheri, NTNU, Norway
 Caitlin Kelleher, Washington University, US
 Benjamin Koehne, UC Irvine, US
 Thomas Latoza, UC Irvine, US
 Catherine Letondal, ENAC, France
 Monica Maceli, Drexel University, US
 Nikolay Mehandjiev, Univ. of Manchester, UK
 Anders Morch, University of Oslo, Norway
 Kumiyo Nakakoji, Software Research Assoc. Japan
 Jeffrey Nichols, IBM Almaden, US
 Rogerio de Paula, IBM Research - Brazil
 Samuli Pekkola, Tampere Uni. of Tech., Finland
 Marian Petre, Open University, UK
 Antonio Piccinno University of Bari, Italy
 Volkmar Pipek, Univ. of Siegen, Germany
 David Redmiles, UC Irvine, US
 Alexander Repenning, Univ. of Colorado, US
 Mary Rosson, Penn. State University, US
 Boris De Ruyter, Phillips Research, Netherlands
 Anita Sarma, Univ. of Nebraska, Lincoln, US
 Christopher Scaffidi, Oregon State Univ., US
 Clarisse De Souza, PUC-Rio, Brazil
 Cleidson De Souza, IBM Research - Brazil
 Gunnar Stevens, Univ. of Siegen, Germany
 Simone Stumpf, City University London, UK
 Michael Twidale, Univ. of Illinois, Us
 Steve Voida, Cornell University, US
 Jacob	Winther, Microsoft Dev., Denmark
 Volker Wulf, University of Siegen, Germany
 Li Zhu, FACE IT Ltd., Italy



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