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EASE 2021
Mon 21 - Thu 24 June 2021
Mon 21 Jun 2021 19:00 - 21:00 at Zoom - Working Session Chair(s): Ruzanna Chitchyan

In this working session we will start developing evidence on how ICT can impact sustainability. We will start work on collecting cases of both positive and negative impacts, considering: + role of software engineering in supporting (or preventing) de-growth in consumption and more sustainable living practices through the kinds of systems they would develop; + evidence and routes for the software systems’ impact on energy use (e.g., data and data centres, distributed ledgers, etc.) and environmental impacts; + motivation and support (process and practice) of software engineers in engineering more sustainable system.

We will aim to start an evidence base to motivate change in the SE worldview and practice!

This is an open session, no need for registration or prior experience. All interested EASE colleagues are very welcome!

Dr Chitchyan is an Associate Professor (Reader) in Software Engineering at the University of Bristol, UK and an EPSRC fellow on Living with Environmental Change. She works on software and requirements engineering, sustainability, energy systems, and systems engineering.

Mon 21 Jun

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19:00 - 22:00
Working SessionOpen Group Discussion at Zoom
Chair(s): Ruzanna Chitchyan University of Bristol
Building Evidence of ICT Impact: Towards Digital Sustainability
Open Group Discussion
Ruzanna Chitchyan University of Bristol