[Air-L] Interesting conferences?

Ansgar Koene Ansgar.Koene at nottingham.ac.uk
Tue Apr 18 04:30:54 PDT 2017

Not quite in the Aug-dec bracket but hopefully still of interest to AoIR people.

WebScience 2017 will take place in Troy NY from June 26 to 28, with workshops on the 25th. http://websci17.org/

We will be running a half-day interactive discussion workshop on the 25th on "AMOIA  (Algorithm Mediated Online Information Access) – user trust, transparency, control and responsibility". More information and sign-up for the workshop is available here:



AMOIA workshop at ACM Webscience 2017<http://unbias.wp.horizon.ac.uk/work-packages/wp4-stakeholder-engagement/amoia-workshop-at-acm-webscience-2017/>
AMOIA  (Algorithm Mediated Online Information Access) – user trust, transparency, control and responsibility This Web Science 2017 workshop, delivered by the UnBias project, will be an interactive …



Dr. Ansgar Koene
Senior Research Fellow: Horizon Policy Impact, CaSMa & UnBias
Horizon Digital Economy Research Institute
University of Nottingham
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Subject: [Air-L] Interesting conferences?

Can anyone share interesting conferences or events on the East Coast of the USA this fall? I have a sabbatical coming up (Aug-Dec 2017) and will be in Boston/Providence and would love to know about anything happening that's related to AoIR-ish topics!

Do we have a global calendar of events and cfps of interest to AoIR people, btw?


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