CHIMIT HEADER
March 30-31, 2007: Cambridge, MA

About CHIMIT

Call for Papers

Program


OVERVIEW


CHIMIT'07 Technical Program spans over a day and a half, includes a plenary speach, papers, posters, reception, dinner talk, and a panel.

Below is an overview of the CHIMIT'07 Program:

Friday — March 30, 2007
07:30AM
Registration
08:00AM
Breakfast
08:30AM
09:00AM
Information Technology in the Wild
Stephen Barley, Stanford University
09:30AM
10:00AM
Break
10:30AM
Session Chair: Wayne Lutters, National Science Foundation

Design Guidelines for System Administration Tools Developed through Ethnographic Field Studies
Eben M. Haber, IBM Almaden Research Center, John Bailey, IBM Almaden Research Center

Deciding when to trust automation in a policy-based city management game: Policity
Kenya Freeman Oduor, IBM Software Group, Christopher S. Campbell, IBM Almaden Research Center

Towards an Understanding of Decision Complexity in IT Configuration
Bin Lin, Northwestern University, Aaron B. Brown, IBM T. J. Watson Research Center, Joesph L. Hellerstein, IBM T. J. Watson Research Center
11:00AM
11:30AM
12:00PM
Lunch Break
12:30PM
01:00PM
01:30PM
Session Chair: John M. Carroll, Pennsylvania State University

Cube Management System: A Tangible Interface for Monitoring Large Scale Systems
Elliot Jaffe, Hebrew University of Jerusalem, Aviva Dayan, Hebrew University of Jerusalem, Amnon Dekel, Hebrew University of Jerusalem

Activity-based Management of IT Service Delivery
John Bailey, IBM Almaden Research Center, Eser Kandogan, IBM Almaden Research Center, Eben Haber, IBM Almaden Research Center, Paul P. Maglio, IBM Almaden Research Center

IT Ecosystems: Evolved Complexity and Unintelligent Design

Jim L. Lentz, IBM Software Group, Terry M. Bleizeffer, IBM Software Group
02:00PM
02:30PM
03:00PM
Break
03:30PM
Is Automation a Panacea for Management of Information Technology?
Michael Beck, Emerging Technologies Group, David N. Blank-Edelman, Northeastern University, Tom Limoncelli, Google, Paul P. Maglio, IBM Research
Moderator: Alva Couch, Tufts University
04:00PM
04:30PM
05:00PM
Break
05:30PM
06:00PM
06:30PM
07:00PM
Dinner Talk: Interfaces for Everyone
Rob Kolstad, Ph. D.
07:30PM
08:00PM
08:30PM

Saturday — March 31, 2007
07:30AM
Registration
08:00AM
Breakfast
08:30AM
09:00AM
Session Chair: Wendy Lucas, Bentley College

Network-Centricity: Hindered by Hierarchical Anchors
Steve Abrams, University of California, Irvine, Gloria Mark, University of California, Irvine

Managing technology use and learning in nonprofit community organizations: Methodological challenges and opportunities
Cecelia Merkel, Pennsylvania State University, Umer Farooq, Pennsylvania State University, Lu Xiao, Pennsylvania State University, Craig Ganoe, Pennsylvania State University, Mary Beth Rosson, Pennsylvania State University, John M. Carroll, Pennsylvania State University

Supporting Expertise Awareness: Finding Out What Others Know
Christian Dörner, University of Siegen, Volkmar Pipek, University of Siegen, Markus Won, University of Bonn
09:30AM
10:00AM
10:30AM
Break
11:00AM
Session Chair: Gloria Mark, University of California, Irvine

Looking for Trouble: Understanding End-User Security Management
Joshua B. Gross, Pennsylvania State University, Mary Beth Rosson, Pennyslvania State University

User Help Techniques for Usable Security
Almut Herzog, Linköping University, Nahid Shahmehri, Linköping University
11:30AM

Important Dates:

February 27, 2007:
Advance Registration Ends

March 29, 2007:
Web Registration Ends

March 30-31, 2007:
On-Site Registration