This conference is dedicated to exploring the emergent character of the city and the potential transformative shift of the urban condition, as a result of ongoing developments in ICTs. A mix of artists, designers, researchers, advocates, stakeholders and decision makers will explore the technologically mediated urban activity and experience.
Hybrid City Conference, May 23-25, 2013, National and Kapodistrian University of Athens, Greece.
Abstracts due Oct 20, 2012.
- Open cities, open urban data.
- Environmental sensing and the Internet of things.
- Urban data visualization.
- Citizen science and peer production of knowledge.
- Psychosocial perspectives into the impact of locative and pervasive media use.
- Placemaking, place attachment and place identity in the hybrid city.
- Mobile commons and wireless practices.
- Public spaces and mediated presence.
- Gamifying the urban space: playful engagement and game-like citizenship.
- Hybrid spaces of conflict: forms of power and counterpower in the networked city.
- Tactical media practices in the urban context.
- From open data to data commons.
- Open source models of policy and governance.
- Emerging currencies and values.
- Issues of data ownership and copyrights in hybrid urban contexts.
Full call: http://uranus.media.uoa.gr/hc2/