Research Presentations

Selected following an open call for submissions, all presenters are required to be registered as full conference delegates.

Monday 4th November 2013, 15:15 ? 16:30

1A: Data & Networks

Quays Theatre, The Lowry
Chaired by Paul Watson, University of Newcastle <>
?Challenges & Opportunities in Human-Data Interaction (joint winner of best paper)
?Resource Monitoring with Wireless Sensor Networks and Satellite
?Perceived risks of personal data sharing
?Exploring ‘invisibility’ in China’s Digital Economy
?Exploring the Use of #OpenData in UK Open Government Data Community

1B: Transport & Rural Digital

Hexagon Room, The Lowry
Chaired by Phil Blythe, University of Newcastle <>
?Relaxing eligibility criteria in rural transport
?Using remote monitoring technology to dynamically optimise collections from Oxfam textile donation banks
?SMiLE: Smart Micro-logistics for the Rural Economy
?Ensuring Accessibility in SUPERHUB: a Multimodal Urban Mobility Platform for European Cities
?Designing a Sustainable Mobility System for Shared Transportation

1C: Healthcare

Deck Room, The Lowry
Chaired by Jesse Blum, the University of Nottingham <>
?Trust and Evidence in an Online Community of Speech and Language Therapists: The Case of iPad Use
?Ultra Wideband Technology for Tracking and Localisation of Human Body Motion in Healthcare Applications
?Location Analysis for Hospital Doctors Working Out of Hours
?Tracking Orientation within a Virtual Building Bridging the Gap Between the Inside and Out to Reduce Disorientation
?Clasp: Digital Tactile ASD Anxiety Management


Tuesday 5th November 2013, 13:45 ? 14:45

2A: Play & Games

Conference Suite (3.07+3.08), University of Salford
Chaired by Nicholas Race, Lancaster University <>
?Supporting Participatory Media Production through new Interaction Technologies
?Playfulness and Photo Sharing Amongst Teens
?Neural String Network

2B: Social

Digital Performance Lab (0.11), University of Salford
Chaired by Andrew Prescott, King’s College London <>
?Speedplay, Managing the Other Edge of Innovation
?Designing e-Voting for Participation: methodology (winner of best student paper)
?Older Adults and Social Networking Sites: Developing Recommendations for Inclusive Design
?Developing a Scale to Measure Concern for Professional Reputation through Interaction with Social Media

2C: Enterprise

Conference Suite (3.10+3.11), University of Salford
Chaired by Jason Legget, University of Sunderland <>
?Proactive agent and semantic support for rural enterprise
?Digital Disruption of the Value Creation Ecosystem? How new business models emerge
?Open source guilds: enabling micro-businesses to create a sustainable community of practice?
?Rural Enterprise as an Agent for Technology Development and Facilitation in the Digital Economy


Wednesday 6th November 2013, 09:00 ? 10:15

3A: Cities & Digital Communities

Digital Performance Lab (0.11), University of Salford
Chaired by John Nelson, University of Aberdeen <>
?CURIOS: Connecting Community Heritage through Linked Data (joint winner of best paper)
?A Social and Spartial Infrastructure for Superfast Broadband
?Smarter Cities for Pedestrians: Innovating Real-Time Information Systems to Promote Walking School Buses
?Exploring ‘smart’ in the urban context: citizens, city councils and technology
?Concinnity: a Digital City Exchange Platform

3B: Digital Personhood

Lecture Theatre (2.36), University of Salford
Chaired by Paul Sermon, University of Brighton <>
?Charting the Digital Lifespan ? An Introduction
?Disability Law as a Driver for Innovation and Social Responsibility in Ubiquitous Computing
?Trusted Tiny Things
?Experiences in Logging Everyday App Use
?A protocol for software-supported interaction with broadcast debates

3C: New Economical Models

Egg Suite (0.06), University of Salford
Chaired by Richard Adams, University of Exeter <>
?Researching gift economies online, offline and in-between
?Cinehack: Supporting Micro-budget Digital Film and Video Production
?Enabling the adoption of Web 3.0 in the Digital Economy
?Fuel Poverty and the Work of Energy Advisors