COOP 2002: Conference on design of Cooperative Systems and to the Integration of these Systems in Organizational Settings, Saint RaphaŽl, France, 4-7 June 2002, St. RaphaŽl 2002.

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CALL FOR PAPERS

COOP 2002

The main goal of the COOP conferences is to contribute to the solution
of
problems related to the design of cooperative systems and to the
integration
of these systems in organizational settings. The conferences are aimed
at
helping to improve:
∑ The comprehension of human interaction through and with
cooperative
systems and other computational artifacts;
∑ The development of models of cooperation and cooperative work
from
different perspectives;
∑ The development of appropriate design methodologies and of new
technologies for cooperative work.
The COOP conferences are predicated on the conviction that cooperative
systems design requires deep understanding of cooperative work of groups
and
organizations, involving both artifacts and social practices.
We encourage submissions from researchers and practitioners in academia,

industry, consulting firms, and government and welcome papers reporting
on
research and case studies from all disciplines contributing to the field
of
cooperative systems design, including but not limited to: Computer
Sciences
(Computer-Supported Cooperative Work, Information Systems, Group
Decision
Support Systems, Knowledge Engineering, Human-Computer Interaction,
Distributed Artificial Intelligence and Multi-agent Systems);
Organizational
and Management Sciences; Sociology; Psychology; Ergonomics; Linguistics.

The previous COOP conferences (1995, 1996, 1998, 2000) solicited both
theoretical and empirical contributions on such topics as analysis of
complex work situations, conceptual frameworks for understanding
cooperative
work, guidelines for modeling collective activities, methodological
elements
for cooperative systems design and innovative and technological
solutions.
For COOP 2002 the following issues are particularly topical:
∑ The gap between 'virtual' and 'material' artifacts in human
collaboration: How to bridge it, conceptually as well as
technologically.
∑ Collaboration among mobile actors: The coordinative challenges
of
mobile interaction, coordination practices of mobile actors, novel
technologies to support mobile interaction.
∑ The WWW as a platform for cooperative systems: How to overcome
the
limitations of current web technologies.
∑ Changing work practices and organizations is the wake of
cooperative systems: Real-world exploitation and impact of cooperation
technologies (web-based communities, organizational uses of groupware,
intranet etc.)
This list of hot topics is not exclusive.
COOP 2002 conference will be held at the French Riviera, in Saint
RaphaŽl,
France, 4-7 June 2002.

Co-Chairs, Program Committee
Kjeld Schmidt
Pascale Zaratť

Important dates
November 2sd, 2001 : Deadline for papers and workshops, posters and
doctoral colloquium submissions
December 17th, 2001 : Notification of papers , workshops , posters and
doctoral colloquium acceptance
February 1st , 2002 : Camera ready copy of papers , workshops ,
doctoral
colloquium and posters due
June 4-6th , 2002 : COOP'2002 Conference

Web information
http://www.i3s.unice.fr/coop2002/

PROGRAM COMMITTEE

Mark S. Ackerman, USA
Sebastiano Bagnara, Italy
Liam Bannon, Ireland
Peter Carstensen, Denmark
FranÁoise Darses, France
Sylvie DesprŤs, France
Giorgio De Michelis, Italy
Rose Dieng, France
Pierre Falzon, France
Gerhard Fischer, USA
Alain Giboin, France
Marie Pierre Gleizes, France
Jonathan Grudin, USA
Christine Halverson, USA
Christian Heath, UK
Jean-Michel Hoc, France
Erik Hollnagel, Sweeden
Laurent Karsenty, France
John King, USA
John C. McCarthy, Ireland
Gloria Mark, USA
Patrick Millot, France
Bernard Pavard, France
Wolfgang Prinz, Germany
Dave Randall, UK
Camille Rosenthal-Sabroux, France
David Sadek, France
Kjeld Schmidt, Denmark (Co-chair)
Carla Simone, Italy
Jean-Luc Soubie, France
Lucy Suchman, UK
Rťgine Teulier-Bourgine, France
Jonathan Trevor, USA
Yvonne Waern, Sweden
David Woods, USA
Volker Wulf, Germany
Manuel Zacklad, France
Pascale Zaratť, France (Co-chair)

--
Dr. Volker Wulf
Institute for Applied Information Technology (FIT)
GMD: National Research Center for Information Technology
Schloss Birlinghoven, 53754 Sankt Augustin, Germany
Phone: +49-2241-142993; Fax: +49-2241-142146
Email: wulf@gmd.de



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