HCC 11 – The 11th IFIP TC9 Human Choice and Computers Conference
Call for papers
The 11th IFIP TC9 Human Choice and Computers Conference – HCC 11
July 30th – August 1st, 2014, Turku, Finland
ICT and Society
It is crucial to understand how ICT innovation is associated with change in society! Human Choice and Computers – a series of conferences organised by the International Federation of Information Processing’s (IFIP) Technical Committee 9 (TC9) – focuses on this critical issue. It works to shape socially responsible and ethical policies and professional practices in the information society. All of the dozen themes pertinent to the work of IFIP TC9 will be covered at this conference. In 2014, this conference series will celebrate its forty-year history.
The conference welcomes input from members of academia, civic society, computing associations, industry, the IT professions, and research in the following themes:
- Computers and Work
- Ethics of Computing
- Gender Diversity and ICT
- History of Computing
- ICT and Society
- ICT and Sustainable Development
- ICT, Peace and War
- Information Technology: Misuse and The Law
- Social Accountability and Computing
- Social Implications of Computers in Developing Countries
- Virtuality and Society
The conference is open to attendees at all stages of career and education. Submitted papers should be approximately 3000-5000 words. Please indicate primary track to which the paper is submitted.
More specific information on the topics can be found at the conference web site: http://www.hcc11.net
Please return your submission to EasyChair (will be available at the web site). Submitted papers should be 3000-5000 words.
Turku School of Economics, University of Turku, Finland
December 15th, 2013: Submissions due
February 15th, 2014: Notification of acceptance/rejection
April 1st, 2014: Submission of camera ready papers
June 1st, 2014: Deadline for registering for the conference with early bird fee
July 30th-August 1st, 2014: Conference dates
Note, that due to technical details regarding printing, the camera ready papers must be delivered by the deadline.
We especially welcome papers from developing countries, and are applying for some IFIP funding for enabling representatives to participate. Please approach the conference organisers for further information.