Conferences - Seminars
Social Informatics is an emerging area of informatics that studies how information systems can realize social goals, apply social concepts, and become sources of information relevant for social sciences and for analysis of social phenomena.
The fourth international Social Informatics conference will attempt to create an interdisciplinary community of researchers interested in the interactions between the information system and society. Information scientists working on ways to analyze and improve information systems from the point of view of realizing social goals are invited to participate.
More information on www.socinfo2012.com
Organization Karl Aberer, School for Computer and Communication Science, EPFL, Switzerland
Andreas Flache, Department of Sociology, University of Groningen, The Netherlands
Accessibility General public
Admittance Registration required