ECSCW contributions

ECSCW, or the "European Conference on Computer-Supported Cooperative Work: The International venue on Practice-centred computing and the Design of cooperation technologies” is a series of conferences on computer-supported cooperative work located in Europe. From 1989 to 2017 ECSCW took place bi-annually in different cities in Europe. In 2017, ECSCW merged with the COOP series and became an annual conference held in May-June under the aegis of EUSSET: The European Society for Socially-Embedded Technologies. Each year, three program editors are appointed to manage the assessment process of the “ECSCW contributions” submitted by authors who would like to have the opportunity to present their work at the conference. This collection presents all the accepted manuscripts.


  • Charlotte Lee (2017)

    Associate Professor in the Department of Human Centered Design & Engineering (HCDE) at the University of Washington and is the Director of the Computer Supported Collaboration (CSC) Laboratory. Lee’s research is in the field of Computer Supported Cooperative Work (CSCW) where she focus on the collaborative development of information infrastructures for diverse stakeholders.

  • Luigina Ciolfi (2017)

    Professor (Human-Computer Interaction) in the School of Applied Psychology at University College Cork, Ireland. Human-computer interaction (HCI) and Computer-Supported Cooperative Work (CSCW) researcher and scholar, with interests in situated interaction, human experience of digital technology, interactive physical environments, cultural heritage, mobile and nomadic work and life practices, collaborative systems, and participation in design.

  • David Randall (2017)

    University of Siegen, Germany. His interests are mainly to do with CSCW/HCI and the use of ethnographic methods for design purposes.

  • Claudia-Lavinia Ignat (2018)

    Research scientist at Inria Nancy-Grand Est and the vice-head of Coast team. Research interests are distributed collaborative systems with a focus on consistency maintenance, group awareness, security, trust issues and user studies.

  • Pernille Bjørn (2018)

    Professor at Department of Computer Science - Human-centred Computing, University of Copenhagen. Research interest is to investigate the basic nature of collaborative work with the aim of designing collaborative technologies – thus main research area is Computer Supported Cooperative Work (CSCW).

  • Prasun Dewan (2018)

    Professor at the Dept. of Computer Science of University of North Carolina Chapel Hill. Research falls in the areas of distributed systems, user-interface toolkits, object-oriented systems, operating systems and software engineering environments.

  • Chiara Rossitto (2019)

    Senior Lecturer of HCI at Stockholm University, Sweden

  • Michael Muller (2019)

    Michael Muller works in the AI Interactions group of IBM Research AI, where his work focuses on the human aspects of data science; ethics and values in applications of AI to human issues; metrics and analytics for enterprise social software applications, with particular application to employee engagement emergent social phenomena in social software.

  • Antonella De Angeli (2020)

    Faculty of Computer Science, Free University of Bozen-Bolzano, Italy.

  • Thomas Ludwig (2020)

    Thomas Ludwig is a professor for cyber-physical systems at the University of Siegen (Germany). His research focuses on the human-centered design of cyber-physical systems and AI as well as the impact of digitalization on work structures and practices. The application domains range from industrial contexts and the ICT support for workers at the machines to crisis management and the collaboration between emergency services and volunteers.

  • Fabiano Pinatti (2020)

    Fabiano Pinatti, PhD is currently a Research Associate at the Institute of Information Systems and New Media of the University of Siegen, Deputy Director of the Chair for Computer Supported Cooperative Work and Social Media of the same university and the university Leader for the iDESkmu Project.

  • Michael Prilla (2021)

    Professor Michael Prilla is head of the Department of Informatics - Human-Centred Information Systems at Clausthal University of Technology. His research puts emphasis on the integration of stakeholders into the development of IT technology and the mutual shaping of IT and human behavior. Deputy head of the German Computer Association ("Gesellschaft für Informatik") Special Interest Group for CSCW

  • Adriana Vivacqua (2021)

    Professor in the Computer Science Department at the Federal University of Rio de Janeiro (UFRJ). Her research interests include intelligent human-computer interaction, personalization, and ambient and collective intelligence.

  • Christine Wolf (2021)

    Senior Researcher at Thomson Reuters

  • Mohammad Jarrahi (2022)

    Associate Professor at the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill

  • Claudia Lopez (2022)

    Department of Informatics, Universidad Técnica Federico Santa María, Valparaíso, Chile

  • Elena Parmiggiani (2022)

    Associate Professor in CSCW and Digital Collaboration and Deputy Head of Department for Sustainability at the Department of Computer Science, NTNU, Norway

  • Monica Divitini (2023)

    Monica Divitini is Professor in Cooperation Technologies at IDI-NTNU since 2002. She holds a PhD in Computer Science from Aalborg University, Denmark.

  • Ingrid Erickson (2023)

    Assistant Professor at Syracuse University, School of Information Studies, USA

  • Chien Wen (Tina) Yuan (2023)

    Associate Professor at Graduate Institute of Library & Information Studies, National Taiwan Normal University, Taiwan

Articles (72 in this collection)

  1. Introduction to ECSCW 2019

    Authors (first, second and last of 4)

    • Chiara Rossitto
    • Michael Muller
    • Manfred Tscheligi
    • Content type: EditorialNotes
    • Published: 04 June 2019
    • Pages: 291 - 292
  2. Three Gaps in Opening Science

    Authors (first, second and last of 8)

    • Gaia Mosconi
    • Qinyu Li
    • Volkmar Pipek
    • Content type: OriginalPaper
    • Published: 29 May 2019
    • Pages: 749 - 789
  3. Introduction to ECSCW 2018


    • Claudia-Lavinia Ignat
    • Pernille Bjørn
    • Prasun Dewan
    • Content type: EditorialNotes
    • Published: 21 May 2018
    • Pages: 291 - 292