Organizers

Scott Anderson is acting Portfolio Manager of the Media & Network Communication Branch in the Human Services Portfolio, which includes Medicare Australia, Centrelink and the Child Support Agency. The branch is responsible for media and event management, disaster recovery communication and digital media production.

Nikolaj Gandrup Borchorst is a Ph.D. Fellow with the eGov+ project in the HCI Group at the Department of Computer Science, Aarhus University, Denmark. His thesis work regards citizen-government collaboration in the provision of public services.

Susanne Bødker, Ph.D. is a Professor at the Department of Computer Science, Aarhus University, Denmark. She has a background in participatory design, HCI theory and works with e-governance services from the perspective of citizens’ interactions with public information systems.

Nathalie Colineau is a Senior Researcher at the CSIRO – Information and Communication Technology (ICT) Centre, Sydney, Australia.  She has a background in Spoken Language, Discourse Analysis and Human-Computer Interaction. Her recent research interests focus on Online Communities and, more generally, Computer-Supported-Collaborative-Work (CSCW).

Amanda Dennett is a Senior Social Media Adviser, working in the Human Services Portfolio Communication Division. She has experience running online communities for social welfare recipients and using social networking sites to communicate important government information to citizens.

Matthias Korn is a Ph.D. Fellow in the HCI Group at the Department of Computer Science, Aarhus University, Denmark. He works on the boundary between citizen participation and mobile ubiquitous technology to study how location and context in general may support citizens in deliberation activities.

Cécile Paris is a Senior Principal Research Scientist and Science Leader at the CSIRO – Information and Communication Technology (ICT) Centre, Sydney, Australia. Her main research interests lie in the areas of Language Technology, User Modeling and Human-Computer Interaction. In recent years, her work has included summarisation, the exploration of Web 2.0 technologies, in particular online communities and social media.

Comments are closed.