Submissions

We will include a maximum of 20 participants. Interested participants should submit 800 word position papers to the organisers, outlining the following:

  • Your current research and/or practice, including any existing work in this area, from old sharing and caring traditions to explorations of the potential futures of this domain;
  • A brief biography of each contributor; and
  • What you would like to gain from/bring to the workshop.

Participants will be selected to ensure overall disciplinary and geo-cultural diversity.

The position papers will be sent as PDFs  via email to Peter Lyle <peter.lyle at m-iti.org> by:

(First Round) before 5pm GMT on 24 April 2017The authors accepted for the workshop will be notified on the 28th of April 2017.

(Second Round) before 5pm GMT on 30 May 2017The authors accepted for the workshop will be notified on the 9th of June 2017.