London Citizen Cyberscience Summit 2014 - suggestions for papers, workshops and demonstrations
This form is to enable you to suggest a paper presentation, workshop or other activity which you would like to present and discuss during the London Citizen Cyberscience Summit, to be held 20 - 22 February, 2014.

We aim to cover a wide range of topics in citizen science, including both technical and societal aspects. This time, as the summit is linked to the Citizen Cyberlab project, we are particularly interested in creativity and learning aspects of citizen science. Examples for topic of interest include:
- the use of sensors;
- applications of smartphones for data collection or in combination with external sensors;
- linking the Internet of Things (IoT) and Citizen Science – sensor networks to human sensors;
- DIY and open data, innovations, and software for citizen science;
- motivations, incentives, enthusiasm, and engagement patterns;
- social science, ethnographic and anthropological aspects of Citizen Science and similar topics;
- creativity, learning and educational aspects of citizen science
- Citizen Science with indigenous and/or low-literacy communities;
- Appropriating available technologies and methods for citizen science

First name *
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Last name (Surname) *
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Email address *
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Areas of citizen science of interest *
Please describe which aspects of citizen science and citizen cyberscience are of interest (about 50-100 words)
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Contribution format *
Please select what type of activity would you like to include in the conference
Abstract / description *
Please provide a short description - up to 750 words - of the activity, paper of presentation
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Academic publication
Would you be interested in publishing the work in a peer-review journal?
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