The conference will provide an opportunity to present empirical and theoretical works focusing on different aspects related to the study of science, technology and innovation processes, drawing on a variety of disciplines and fields of study (sociology, anthropology, law, philosophy, design, psychology, semiotics, history, economics).The 4th Conference will focus on the idea of studying emerging technologies. Although the definition of emerging technologies specifically refers to the creation and dissemination of new technologies (such as nanotechnologies, biotechnologies, neuro- cognitive sciences and robotics), more generally, emerging technologies can also be regarded as social worlds: complex objects, inseparable and inextricable from the practices and knowledges where they originate and transform themselves. As such, they are therefore a cross-disciplinary topic, which can be examined from a variety of points of view, approaches and methodologies.
Abstracts (in Italian or English) should be sent as email attachment (as MS word or Rich Text Format) to the track’s coordinators (and carbon copied to firstname.lastname@example.org) by March 1, 2012. Abstracts with a maximum length of 500 words should contain the title, author’s name, affiliation and contact details including e-mail.
- 08.05.13 10th Future Internet Assembly (FIA) Conference
- 02.05.13 ACM Web Science 2013
- 14.04.13 The 2013 International Workshop on Behavior and Social Informatics
- 19.03.13 The 4th International Conference on Society and Information Technologies: ICSIT 2013
- 13.03.13 IADIS International Conference E-Society 2013
- 01.03.13 Theorizing the Web conference
- 12.02.13 iConference 2013
- 14.12.12 The First ASE/IEEE International Conference on Social Informatics
- 05.12.12 The Fourth International Conference on Social Informatics
- 30.11.12 10th International Conference Cyberspace 2012