NameAcronym & TimeChairsAbstract & URL
Technology-supported Sustainable Behaviour ChangeChange-IT
Mo, Aug 29, 9:00-12:30
ABS - 4 MI 03
Michel Klein,
Jaap Ham
The Change-IT workshop will focus on the question of how persuasive technology can be used for sustainable choices.
The workshop sits at the intersection between human computer interaction, artificial intelligence, psychology and behavioural sciences. The outcome of the workshop is a research agenda for behaviour change systems for sustainability.
2nd Green in Software Engineering WorkshopGinSEng
Mo, Aug 29, 9:00-17:00
ABS - 1 MS 02
Ignacio García,
Coral Calero,
Ma Ángeles Moraga
The GInSEng workshop aims at discussing the importance of incorporating green aspects as part of the software engineering practices. Moreover, we plan to identify, possible future research directions.
Fourth International Workshop on Downscaling the (Semantic) WebDownscale2016
Mo, Aug 29, 9:00-17:00
ABS - 2 MO 02
Victor de Boer,
Anna Bon,
WaiShiang Cheah,
Christophe Guéret,
Nana Baah Gyan
Downscale2016 follows success of previous Downscale workshops DownScale2012 and DownScale2013 and Downscale2014. In this installment of the workshop, we will mostly focus on appropriate infrastructures.
Computing within Limits: Visions of computing beyond Moore’s lawLIMITS
Mo, Aug 29, 9:00-17:00
ABS - 3 MI 02
Elina Eriksson,
Daniel Pargman,
Lorenz Hilty,
Adrian Friday,
Chris Preist,
Teresa Cerratto Pargman
This LIMITS workshop introduces Computing within Limits to an ICT4S audience and invites workshop participants to collaboratively explore scenarios that go beyond usually assumed predictions (Moore’s law etc.) within the field of computing.
Slow Tech: Clean ICT - an overview and case study explorationSlowTech
Mo, Aug 29, 13.30-17:00
ABS - 4 MI 02
Norberto Patrignani,
Diane Whitehouse
The SlowTech workshop – a follow-on from one held at the launch ICT4S2013 in Zurich – will concentrate on the clean ICT dimension of Slow Tech, with its three complementary components: good, clean, and fair ICT.
Co-creating Smart Sustainable CitiesCSSC
Thu, Sep 1, 9:00-12.30
ABS - 1 MS 02
Lorraine Hudson,
Paul Shabajee,
Gerd Kortuem
The CSSC workshop will explore the experiences of projects, researchers and practitioners using participatory design approaches and ICT to engage citizens in co-creating smart sustainable cities, including case studies from Milton Keynes, Bristol and from workshop participants. The objectives are to share the lessons learnt and to explore common challenges in designing approaches that enable effective participation.
New AncIllary Services (NAIS) for the Smart GridNAIS
Thu, Sep 1, 9.00-12.30
ABS - 3 MO 02
Iván S. Razo-Zapata,
Mihail Mihaylov
To meet the goal of decarbonizing our economy, new sustainable ways to create economic and social value must be designed. To address this issue, we aim to promote the design of new ancillary services for the Smart Grid. One of the main goals of the NAIS workshop is to find collaboration opportunities among participants such as building up consortia to apply for EU funding.
Setting an effective strategy for sustainable interventionICT4STEPCHANGE
Thu, Sep 1, 9:00-16.30
ABS - 1 MS 01
Oliver Bates,
Samuel Mann,
Steve Easterbrook,
Adrian Clear
This ICT4STEPCHANGE workshop explores the meaning and role of engagement, its potential for change, and how ICT4S can contribute to that.

This workshop proposes an alternative approach, one that takes its inspiration from transition science and the related transition movement. Assuming this, how can ICT4S set an effective strategy for sustainable intervention?
Energy and carbon footprint of the ICT sectorICT footprints
Thu, Sep 1, 13.30-16.30
ABS - 2 MS 01
Jens Malmodin,
Dag Lundén
In the ICT footprints workshop there will be a mix of shorter presentations related to energy and carbon footprint of the ICT sector national and globally, applied methodology i.e. suitable data collection, and how to calculate the results and panel discussions.
The workshop is to be documented in a report format and a short summary paper will be distributed and delivered to all WS participants.
Everyone with an interest of the ICT footprint in the future is most welcome to participate!