Our research fellows Yuya Shibuya (University of Tokyo), Christoph Raetzsch (Aarhus University), and Andrea Hamm (RIoT, Weizenbaum Institute) have published a multi-method study on bicycle counters and civic urban data taking into account SDG 11 “sustainable cities and communities.” Abstract: This study explores how Civil Society Organizations (CSOs) have leveraged civic data to facilitate democratic […]
New Publication: What Makes Civic Tech Initiatives To Last Over Time?
Andrea Hamm, Yuya Shibuya (University of Tokyo), Stefan Ullrich, and Tessy Cerratto Pargman (Stockholm University) conducted a mixed-method study on long-lasting civic tech initiatives to find out what has helped them to sustain over time. The study is published as a proceedings article of the international ACM Conference on Human Factors in Computing Systems (CHI […]
Designing sustainable digital ecosystems for OpenScience
A European roundtable on sustainable transformation of scientific practice enhanced by platforms and AI – 04 & 05 February 2021 Currently, there is a broad alliance of stakeholders promoting the ides of reorganising our research landscape. The pluralistic Open Science movement has gained a lot of momentum in Europe, yet there is still a lack […]