ICT4S 2024
Mon 24 - Fri 28 June 2024 Stockholm, Sweden
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Mon 24 Jun

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08:30 - 09:00
Registration at Amoeba
08:30
30m
Registration
Registration

09:00 - 10:30
True cost of ICT: From materiality to techno-solutionismWorkshops at A124 +2h +7h +5h
Chair(s): Adrian Friday Lancaster University, UK, Srinjoy Mitra University of Edinburgh, UK, Jan Tobias Mühlberg Université Libre de Bruxelles

In the past few decades, the word technology has become synonymous to digital technology or simply ‘tech’. The tech industry of today generates a variety of gadgets, products and services that proliferate in numbers that is beyond most of our imaginations and determines our lives in ways we do not even realise. The growth of semiconductor technology is unprecedented compared to any other industrial sector, from 2000 components in a semiconductor chip in ‘70s to 50 billion today. The resulting impact in our digital life is so enormous that chips are now compared to air, both invisible and indispensable. At the same time, this boon to innovation has led to significant environmental problems (mostly externalised to the Global South) associated to water, energy and material consumption, not only during production, but also in its usage and end-of-life as a result of e-Waste. We look forward to an exciting and interactive workshop where we will jointly seek to understand the drivers and material dependencies of these technologies, their dependence on semiconductors and identify a research roadmap toward quantifying these effects. More info here - https://ict4s24-tcict.github.io/

09:00 - 10:30
Doctoral Symposium Doctoral Symposium at Seminar Room (A324) +7h +2h +5h
Chair(s): June Sallou Delft University of Technology
10:30 - 11:00
Coffee BreakCatering at Amoeba +5h
10:30
30m
Coffee break
Coffee Break
Catering

11:00 - 12:30
True cost of ICT: From materiality to techno-solutionismWorkshops at A124
Chair(s): Adrian Friday Lancaster University, UK, Srinjoy Mitra University of Edinburgh, UK, Jan Tobias Mühlberg Université Libre de Bruxelles

In the past few decades, the word technology has become synonymous to digital technology or simply ‘tech’. The tech industry of today generates a variety of gadgets, products and services that proliferate in numbers that is beyond most of our imaginations and determines our lives in ways we do not even realise. The growth of semiconductor technology is unprecedented compared to any other industrial sector, from 2000 components in a semiconductor chip in ‘70s to 50 billion today. The resulting impact in our digital life is so enormous that chips are now compared to air, both invisible and indispensable. At the same time, this boon to innovation has led to significant environmental problems (mostly externalised to the Global South) associated to water, energy and material consumption, not only during production, but also in its usage and end-of-life as a result of e-Waste. We look forward to an exciting and interactive workshop where we will jointly seek to understand the drivers and material dependencies of these technologies, their dependence on semiconductors and identify a research roadmap toward quantifying these effects. More info here - https://ict4s24-tcict.github.io/

11:00 - 12:30
Doctoral Symposium Doctoral Symposium at Seminar Room (A324)
Chair(s): June Sallou Delft University of Technology
12:30 - 14:00
12:30
90m
Lunch
Lunch
Catering

13:00 - 17:00
AI and ‘Nature’ as a stakeholder: Exploring the role of AI in Earth LawWorkshops at Virtual
Chair(s): Stefanie Kunkel Research Institute for Sustainabiltiy (RIFS) Helmholtz Centre Potsdam, Silke Niehoff Research Institute for Sustainabiltiy (RIFS) Helmholtz Centre Potsdam, Andre Uhl University of Chicago

Advocacies for the rights of nature are already beginning to transform legal frameworks worldwide, with constitutional amendments, treaties, and various levels of legislation already present in 24 countries and numerous local jurisdictions. AI could play an important role in putting Earth Law approaches into practice, e.g., by helping to include non-human actors as stakeholders in decision making processes. At the same time, such approaches could help AI governance itself, e.g., by improving the recognition of environmental sustainability concerns in AI systems’ development. In this workshop, we aim to foster an interdisciplinary discussion around three questions: 1) How can AI be used to better implement Earth Law? 2) How can AI be designed more environmentally sustainable in compliance with Earth Law? 3) What are the political options and barriers in this context? In the first part of the workshops, several speakers will give inputs regarding AI, Earth Law and stakeholder involvement for sustainability. In the second part of the workshop, a scenario building exercise will be conducted. The workshop is conceived as a first step for future collaboration between the participants and towards a standardisation effort in this emerging topic.

Zoom link - https://gfz-potsdam-de.zoom-x.de/j/67663922643?pwd=Pc34bR4aFtCP8mQ4y4JXcyzA9dMn8h.1

14:00 - 15:30
True cost of ICT: From materiality to techno-solutionismWorkshops at A124
Chair(s): Adrian Friday Lancaster University, UK, Srinjoy Mitra University of Edinburgh, UK, Jan Tobias Mühlberg Université Libre de Bruxelles

In the past few decades, the word technology has become synonymous to digital technology or simply ‘tech’. The tech industry of today generates a variety of gadgets, products and services that proliferate in numbers that is beyond most of our imaginations and determines our lives in ways we do not even realise. The growth of semiconductor technology is unprecedented compared to any other industrial sector, from 2000 components in a semiconductor chip in ‘70s to 50 billion today. The resulting impact in our digital life is so enormous that chips are now compared to air, both invisible and indispensable. At the same time, this boon to innovation has led to significant environmental problems (mostly externalised to the Global South) associated to water, energy and material consumption, not only during production, but also in its usage and end-of-life as a result of e-Waste. We look forward to an exciting and interactive workshop where we will jointly seek to understand the drivers and material dependencies of these technologies, their dependence on semiconductors and identify a research roadmap toward quantifying these effects. More info here - https://ict4s24-tcict.github.io/

14:00 - 15:30
Doctoral Symposium Doctoral Symposium at Seminar Room (A324)
Chair(s): June Sallou Delft University of Technology
14:00 - 15:30
Sustainable Privacy-enhancing TechnologiesWorkshops at Seminar Room (A334) +2h
Chair(s): Fernando Castor University of Twente and Federal University of Pernambuco, João Paulo Fernandes LIACC, Universidade do Porto, Porto, Portugal, Ivano Malavolta Vrije Universiteit Amsterdam, Ana Oprescu University of Amsterdam, Pepijn de Reus University of Amsterdam

We invite researchers, practitioners, and policymakers to participate in our half-day workshop exploring the intersection of Privacy-Enhancing Techniques (PETs) with sustainability challenges. As the volume of Artificial Intelligence (AI) publications skyrockets, addressing the ecological impact is imperative. Early studies warned of environmental repercussions, emphasizing the need for a nuanced analysis of digital processes and their ecological footprint. Our workshop delves into two critical aspects of PETs: energy consumption and data utility. More info here - https://ict4s2024-suspets.github.io/workshop/

14:00 - 15:30
ICT4SEdu 2024: Sixth International Workshop on ICT for Sustainable EducationWorkshops at Seminar Room (A424) +2h
Chair(s): Elina Eriksson KTH Royal Institute of Technology, Sweden, Minna Laurell-Thorslund KTH Royal Institute of Technology, Birgit Penzenstadler Chalmers, Anne Peters KTH Royal Institute of Technology, Sweden, Colin C. Venter University of Huddersfield

ICT4S as an umbrella concept encompasses several disciplines and areas related to sustainability and ICT, and it can be difficult for an educator to have an overview of all areas and research fronts where interesting, engaging and transformative research is taking place. Since sustainability is not yet a mainstream subject within the computing-related curricula, there is a need for educational practitioners to meet, collaborate and develop key topics, methods and tools, as well as sharing experiences. This workshop aims to bridge this gap by providing a forum for cross-domain interaction by bringing together members of ICT4S community to share perspectives and present findings relevant to research and practice in education. More info here - https://ict4sedu.wordpress.com/

14:00 - 15:30
Aligning Computing Research and Sustainable Practices: A Book ProposalWorkshops at Seminar Room (A434) +2h
Chair(s): Lorenzo Angeli University of Trento, Mela Bettega Nova University of Lisbon, Markus Löchtefeld Aalborg University, Denmark, Chiara Rossitto Stockholm University, Maurizio Teli Aalborg University, Denmark

How can the multiple branches of computing research align with socially, economically, and ecologically sustainable practices? In this co-design workshop, we look for a group of at least 10 colleagues with whom to embark in looking for an answer to this question through the process of writing a book in the form of an edited collection of essays. This full-day workshop aims at creating conversations between researchers from different branches of computing including cybersecurity, AI/ML, computing education, interaction design, distributed computing, and more. More information can be found here - https://ict4s24.critlab.eu/

14:00 - 15:30
Bridging Sustainable Consumption and ICT: A Collaborative WorkshopWorkshops at Seminar Room (A524) +2h
Chair(s): Goran Finnveden KTH Royal Institute of Technology, Sweden, Matthias Lehner Lund University, Sweden

Consumption patterns are increasingly influenced by the ubiquitous presence of ICT in our daily lives. As digital services are considered less carbon-intensive that most other consumption categories, increased usage of ICT can mean increased dematerialization of consumption, and thus overall lower carbon emissions, and lower resource use. However, ICT-adoption also has the potential to make activities cheaper, less time consuming, and easier. It has been suggested that on balance, increased ICT use leads to increased energy use, due to increased economic activity. This workshop aims to bring together academics and professionals in the fields of Sustainable Consumption and Information and Communication Technologies. The primary objective is to foster community building and stimulate passionate discussions about emerging topics related to ICT and consumption. More info here - https://www.iiiee.lu.se/calendar/workshop-bridging-sustainable-consumption-and-ict

15:30 - 16:00
Coffee BreakCatering at Amoeba
15:30
30m
Coffee break
Coffee Break
Catering

16:00 - 17:30
True cost of ICT: From materiality to techno-solutionismWorkshops at A124
Chair(s): Adrian Friday Lancaster University, UK, Srinjoy Mitra University of Edinburgh, UK, Jan Tobias Mühlberg Université Libre de Bruxelles

In the past few decades, the word technology has become synonymous to digital technology or simply ‘tech’. The tech industry of today generates a variety of gadgets, products and services that proliferate in numbers that is beyond most of our imaginations and determines our lives in ways we do not even realise. The growth of semiconductor technology is unprecedented compared to any other industrial sector, from 2000 components in a semiconductor chip in ‘70s to 50 billion today. The resulting impact in our digital life is so enormous that chips are now compared to air, both invisible and indispensable. At the same time, this boon to innovation has led to significant environmental problems (mostly externalised to the Global South) associated to water, energy and material consumption, not only during production, but also in its usage and end-of-life as a result of e-Waste. We look forward to an exciting and interactive workshop where we will jointly seek to understand the drivers and material dependencies of these technologies, their dependence on semiconductors and identify a research roadmap toward quantifying these effects. More info here - https://ict4s24-tcict.github.io/

16:00 - 17:30
Doctoral Symposium Doctoral Symposium at Seminar Room (A324)
Chair(s): June Sallou Delft University of Technology
16:00 - 17:30
Sustainable Privacy-enhancing TechnologiesWorkshops at Seminar Room (A334)
Chair(s): Fernando Castor University of Twente and Federal University of Pernambuco, Fernando Castor University of Twente and Federal University of Pernambuco, João Paulo Fernandes LIACC, Universidade do Porto, Porto, Portugal, Ivano Malavolta Vrije Universiteit Amsterdam, Pepijn de Reus University of Amsterdam

We invite researchers, practitioners, and policymakers to participate in our half-day workshop exploring the intersection of Privacy-Enhancing Techniques (PETs) with sustainability challenges. As the volume of Artificial Intelligence (AI) publications skyrockets, addressing the ecological impact is imperative. Early studies warned of environmental repercussions, emphasizing the need for a nuanced analysis of digital processes and their ecological footprint. Our workshop delves into two critical aspects of PETs: energy consumption and data utility. More info here - https://ict4s2024-suspets.github.io/workshop/

16:00 - 17:30
ICT4SEdu 2024: Sixth International Workshop on ICT for Sustainable EducationWorkshops at Seminar Room (A424)
Chair(s): Elina Eriksson KTH Royal Institute of Technology, Sweden, Minna Laurell-Thorslund KTH Royal Institute of Technology, Birgit Penzenstadler Chalmers, Anne Peters KTH Royal Institute of Technology, Sweden, Colin C. Venter University of Huddersfield

ICT4S as an umbrella concept encompasses several disciplines and areas related to sustainability and ICT, and it can be difficult for an educator to have an overview of all areas and research fronts where interesting, engaging and transformative research is taking place. Since sustainability is not yet a mainstream subject within the computing-related curricula, there is a need for educational practitioners to meet, collaborate and develop key topics, methods and tools, as well as sharing experiences. This workshop aims to bridge this gap by providing a forum for cross-domain interaction by bringing together members of ICT4S community to share perspectives and present findings relevant to research and practice in education. More info here - https://ict4sedu.wordpress.com/

16:00 - 17:30
Aligning Computing Research and Sustainable Practices: A Book ProposalWorkshops at Seminar Room (A434)
Chair(s): Lorenzo Angeli University of Trento, Mela Bettega Nova University of Lisbon, Markus Löchtefeld Aalborg University, Denmark, Chiara Rossitto Stockholm University, Maurizio Teli Aalborg University, Denmark

How can the multiple branches of computing research align with socially, economically, and ecologically sustainable practices? In this co-design workshop, we look for a group of at least 10 colleagues with whom to embark in looking for an answer to this question through the process of writing a book in the form of an edited collection of essays. This full-day workshop aims at creating conversations between researchers from different branches of computing including cybersecurity, AI/ML, computing education, interaction design, distributed computing, and more. More information can be found here - https://ict4s24.critlab.eu/

16:00 - 17:30
Bridging Sustainable Consumption and ICT: A Collaborative WorkshopWorkshops at Seminar Room (A524)
Chair(s): Goran Finnveden KTH Royal Institute of Technology, Sweden, Matthias Lehner Lund University, Sweden

Consumption patterns are increasingly influenced by the ubiquitous presence of ICT in our daily lives. As digital services are considered less carbon-intensive that most other consumption categories, increased usage of ICT can mean increased dematerialization of consumption, and thus overall lower carbon emissions, and lower resource use. However, ICT-adoption also has the potential to make activities cheaper, less time consuming, and easier. It has been suggested that on balance, increased ICT use leads to increased energy use, due to increased economic activity. This workshop aims to bring together academics and professionals in the fields of Sustainable Consumption and Information and Communication Technologies. The primary objective is to foster community building and stimulate passionate discussions about emerging topics related to ICT and consumption. More info here - https://www.iiiee.lu.se/calendar/workshop-bridging-sustainable-consumption-and-ict

19:00 - 23:00
Evening Pub & MingleSocial Events at Lådan
19:00
4h
Social Event
ICT4S 2024 Monday Evening Pub
Social Events

Tue 25 Jun

Displayed time zone: Amsterdam, Berlin, Bern, Rome, Stockholm, Vienna change

08:30 - 09:00
Registration at Amoeba
08:30
30m
Registration
Registration

09:00 - 10:30
Opening + Keynote #1 - The case for digital degrowthKeynotes at Plenary Room (A123)
09:00
30m
Day opening
ICT4S'24 Opening
Keynotes

09:30
60m
Keynote
The case for digital degrowth
Keynotes
K: Neil Selwyn Monash University, Australia
10:30 - 11:00
Coffee BreakCatering at Amoeba +5h30min
10:30
30m
Coffee break
Coffee Break
Catering

11:00 - 13:00
ConverStation #1Research Papers / Journal First at ConverStations Room (A108)

This session will follow the ConverStation format where all papers will be discussed simultaneoiusly, in three rounds.

11:00
30m
Talk
ConverStation - Introduction
Research Papers
Elina Eriksson KTH Royal Institute of Technology, Sweden
11:30
90m
Research paper
“That is what we can influence”: Exploring energy practices negotiability in households with solar panels using an always-on display
Research Papers
Jorge Luis Zapico , Arjun Rajendran Menon KTH Royal Institute of Technology, Sweden, Björn Hedin KTH Royal Institute of Technology
11:30
90m
Research paper
Empowering Organizations for Sustainable Digitalization: a Corporate Digital Responsibility Maturity Model Approach
Research Papers
Aiste Rugeviciute University of La Rochelle, Vincent Courboulay University of La Rochelle
11:30
90m
Paper
ICT sector electricity consumption and greenhouse gas emissions – 2020 outcome
Journal First
Jens Malmodin Ericsson Research, Nina Lovehagen Ericsson, Pernilla Bergmark Ericsson Research, Ericsson AB, Dag Lunden Telia
DOI
11:30
90m
Research paper
PluriCards: Engaging with the Pluriverse to Find New Sustainability Research Directions
Research Papers
Maurizio Teli Aalborg University, Denmark, Markus Löchtefeld Aalborg University, Denmark, Petko Karadechev Aalborg University, Denmark, Rikke Hagensby Jensen Aarhus University, Denmark, Victor Vadmand Jensen Aalborg University, Denmark, Helena Amalie Haxvig University of Trento, Italy
11:30
90m
Research paper
Exploring the Impact of K-Anonymisation on the Energy Efficiency of Machine Learning Algorithms
Research Papers
Yixin Hu Sun Yat-sen University, Pepijn de Reus University of Amsterdam, Ana Oprescu University of Amsterdam, Ivano Malavolta Vrije Universiteit Amsterdam, Vit Zemanek University of Amsterdam
11:30
90m
Research paper
How to Sustainably Monitor ML-Enabled Systems? Accuracy and Energy Efficiency Tradeoffs in Concept Drift Detection
Research Papers
Rafiullah Omar , Justus Bogner Vrije Universiteit Amsterdam, Vincenzo Stoico Vrije Universiteit Amsterdam, Patricia Lago Vrije Universiteit Amsterdam, Henry Muccini University of L'Aquila, Italy, Joran Leest Vrije Universiteit Amsterdam
11:30
90m
Paper
Overcoming challenges in life cycle assessment of smart energy systems – A map of solution approaches
Journal First
Daniela Wohlschlager Research Center for Energy Economics (FfE e.V.) & TU Munich, Hannes Blum Institute for Ecological Economy Research (IÖW), Severin Beucker Borderstep Institute for Innovation and Sustainability, Johanna Pohl Technische Universität Berlin, Magnus Fröhling Technical University of Munich
DOI
11:30
90m
Research paper
Life cycle assessment of digitalization in buildings: The case of a building monitoring system
Research Papers
Shoaib Azizi , Anna Furberg , Marco Molinari KTH Royal Institute of Technology, Sweden, Goran Finnveden KTH Royal Institute of Technology, Sweden
11:30
90m
Research paper
The Effect of Analytical Tools on Energy Consumption in Websites
Research Papers
Panu Puhtila University of Turku, Lauri Kivimaki University of Turku, Timi Heino University of Turku, Jari-Matti Mäkelä University of Turku, Sampsa Rauti University of Turku, Tuomas Mäkilä University of Turku
11:30
90m
Research paper
Evidence synthesis of indirect impacts of digitalisation on energy and emissions
Research Papers
Charlie Wilson Environmental Change Institute, University of Oxford, Maureen Agnew Environmental Change Institute, University of Oxford, Felippa Amanta Environmental Change Institute, University of Oxford, Yee Van Fan Environmental Change Institute, University of Oxford, Poornima Kumar Environmental Change Institute, University of Oxford, Marcel Seger Environmental Change Institute, University of Oxford
11:30
90m
Research paper
From Crop to Click – Organic and Digital Transformation of Out-of-Home Catering Value Chains in Germany
Research Papers
Tamara Scheerer Reutlingen University, Dieter Hertweck Reutlingen University, Tim Hakenberg Rottenberg University
11:30
90m
Research paper
The Potential and Limits of Digital Energy Advisors
Research Papers
Nelson Sommerfeldt KTH Royal Institute of Technology, Mattias Höjer KTH Royal Institute of Technology
11:30
90m
Research paper
Decision-Making under Environmental Complexity: Shifting from Avoided Impacts of ICT Solutions to Systems Thinking Approaches
Research Papers
13:00 - 14:30
13:00
90m
Lunch
Lunch
Catering

14:30 - 16:00
ICT4S Zine ICT4S’24 Zine at ConverStations Room (A108)
Chair(s): Oliver Bates Lancaster University, Aksel Biørn-Hansen KTH Royal Institute of Technology
16:00 - 16:30
Coffee BreakCatering at Amoeba
16:00
30m
Coffee break
Coffee Break
Catering

16:30 - 18:00
Social Walk to the ReceptionSocial Events at Amoeba

Take a guided, slow, scenic walk to the Conference Reception venue

16:30
90m
Social Event
Social Walk to the Reception
Social Events
Yann Seznec KTH Royal Institute of Technology
16:30 - 18:00
Remote Presentation #1Research Papers at Germund Dahlquist
Chair(s): Christina Bremer Lancaster University

Group 5

Zoom - https://kth-se.zoom.us/j/68775095116

(Join Breakout Room - Germund Dahlquist)

16:30
22m
Research paper
Digital sufficiency behaviors to deal with intermittent energy sources in data center
Research Papers
Maël Madon IRIT, Université de Toulouse
16:52
22m
Research paper
PluriCards: Engaging with the Pluriverse to Find New Sustainability Research Directions
Research Papers
Maurizio Teli Aalborg University, Denmark, Markus Löchtefeld Aalborg University, Denmark, Petko Karadechev Aalborg University, Denmark, Rikke Hagensby Jensen Aarhus University, Denmark, Victor Vadmand Jensen Aalborg University, Denmark, Helena Amalie Haxvig University of Trento, Italy
17:15
22m
Research paper
Qualifying and Quantifying the benefits of mindfulness practices for IT workers
Research Papers
Cristina Martinez Montes Chalmers | University of Gothenburg, Birgit Penzenstadler Chalmers, Fredrik Sjögren Chalmers | University of Gothenburg, Adam Klevfors Chalmers | University of Gothenburg
17:37
22m
Research paper
ICT Sufficiency is Necessary: Results from Simulating Four Possible Futures
Research Papers
Gabriel Szalkowski , Iwona Maria Windekilde Norwegian University of Science and Technology, Norway
16:30 - 18:00
Remote Presentation #1Research Papers / Journal First at Henrik Eriksson
Chair(s): Charlie Wilson Environmental Change Institute, University of Oxford

Group 1

Zoom - https://kth-se.zoom.us/j/68775095116

(Join Breakout room - Henrik Eriksson)

16:30
22m
Research paper
Optimizing the Impact of Upgrading Computer Equipment
Research Papers
Gabriel Breuil , Renaud Pawlak , Olivier Hermant Mines Paris, PSL University
16:52
22m
Research paper
Evidence synthesis of indirect impacts of digitalisation on energy and emissions
Research Papers
Charlie Wilson Environmental Change Institute, University of Oxford, Maureen Agnew Environmental Change Institute, University of Oxford, Felippa Amanta Environmental Change Institute, University of Oxford, Yee Van Fan Environmental Change Institute, University of Oxford, Poornima Kumar Environmental Change Institute, University of Oxford, Marcel Seger Environmental Change Institute, University of Oxford
17:15
22m
Research paper
How to favour more cooperative deployments for Network Infrastructures
Research Papers
Nathalie Labidurie Omnes Orange Innovation, Clara Adam ISEN, Arnaud Braud Orange Innovation, Fanny Latron INSA Rennes, Luc Le Beller Orange Innovation, Benoit Radier Orange Innovation
17:37
22m
Paper
Modeling, evaluating, and orchestrating heterogeneous environmental leverages for large-scale data center management
Journal First
Laurent Lefevre INRIA, Anne-Cécile Orgerie CNRS/IRISA, Benjamin Fichel OVHcloud, Vladimir Ostapenco CNRS; ENS Lyon; Inria; University of Lyon
DOI
16:30 - 18:00
Remote Presentation #1Research Papers at Ingrid Melinder
Chair(s): Roy Bendor Delft University of Technology

Group 2

Zoom - https://kth-se.zoom.us/j/68775095116

(Join Breakout room - Ingrid Melinder)

16:30
30m
Research paper
“That is what we can influence”: Exploring energy practices negotiability in households with solar panels using an always-on display
Research Papers
Jorge Luis Zapico , Arjun Rajendran Menon KTH Royal Institute of Technology, Sweden, Björn Hedin KTH Royal Institute of Technology
17:00
30m
Research paper
History-enhanced ICT For Sustainability education: Learning together with Business Computing students.
Research Papers
Ian Brooks UWE Bristol, Laura Harrison UWE Bristol, Mark Reeves UWE Bristol, Martin Simpson UWE Bristol, Rose Wallis UWE Bristol
17:30
30m
Research paper
Automation acceptance for sustainable digital daily life
Research Papers
Emilie Vrain University of Oxford, Charlie Wilson Environmental Change Institute, University of Oxford
16:30 - 18:00
Remote Presentation #1Journal First / Research Papers at Nils Enlund
Chair(s): Philipp Wiesner Technische Universität Berlin

Group 4

Zoom - https://kth-se.zoom.us/j/68775095116

(Join Breakout room - Nils Enlund)

16:30
22m
Research paper
Static code analysis for reducing energy code smells in different loop types: a case study in Java
Research Papers
16:52
22m
Research paper
The Effect of Analytical Tools on Energy Consumption in Websites
Research Papers
Panu Puhtila University of Turku, Lauri Kivimaki University of Turku, Timi Heino University of Turku, Jari-Matti Mäkelä University of Turku, Sampsa Rauti University of Turku, Tuomas Mäkilä University of Turku
17:15
22m
Research paper
Energy Efficient Matrix Computations through Homomorphic Compression
Research Papers
Matthieu Martel Université de Perpignan Via Domitia, Celia Picard École Nationale de l'Aviation Civile, Université de Toulouse, Abdelmouhaimen Sarhane Université de Toulouse
17:37
22m
Paper
Software-in-the-loop simulation for developing and testing carbon-aware applications
Journal First
Philipp Wiesner Technische Universität Berlin, Marvin Steinke Technische Universität Berlin, Odej  Kao Technische Universität Berlin
DOI
16:30 - 18:00
Remote Presentation #1Research Papers at Stefan Arnborg
Chair(s): Gauthier Rousillhe

Group 3

Zoom - https://kth-se.zoom.us/j/68775095116

(Join Breakout room - Stefan Arnborg)

16:30
22m
Research paper
Exploring the Impact of K-Anonymisation on the Energy Efficiency of Machine Learning Algorithms
Research Papers
Yixin Hu Sun Yat-sen University, Pepijn de Reus University of Amsterdam, Ana Oprescu University of Amsterdam, Ivano Malavolta Vrije Universiteit Amsterdam, Vit Zemanek University of Amsterdam
16:52
22m
Research paper
MLCA: a tool for Machine Learning Life Cycle Assessment
Research Papers
Clément Morand Université Paris-Saclay, CNRS, Inria, LISN, Anne-Laure Ligozat Université Paris-Saclay, CNRS, Inria, LISN, Aurélie Névéol Université Paris-Saclay, CNRS, Inria, LISN
17:15
22m
Research paper
Energy Efficiency of AI-powered Components: a Comparative Study of Feature Selection Methods
Research Papers
Rafiullah Omar University of L'Aquila, Henry Muccini University of L'Aquila, Italy
17:37
22m
Research paper
How to Sustainably Monitor ML-Enabled Systems? Accuracy and Energy Efficiency Tradeoffs in Concept Drift Detection
Research Papers
Rafiullah Omar , Justus Bogner Vrije Universiteit Amsterdam, Vincenzo Stoico Vrije Universiteit Amsterdam, Patricia Lago Vrije Universiteit Amsterdam, Henry Muccini University of L'Aquila, Italy, Joran Leest Vrije Universiteit Amsterdam
18:30 - 22:00
18:30
3h30m
Dinner
Conference Reception at Stora Skuggan
Social Events

Wed 26 Jun

Displayed time zone: Amsterdam, Berlin, Bern, Rome, Stockholm, Vienna change

08:30 - 09:00
Registration at Amoeba
08:30
30m
Registration
Registration

08:45 - 11:00
Coffee and Swim?Social Events at Amoeba

Take a guided trip with Yann Seznec to the closest beach to KTH for outdoor morning coffee, breakfast buns, and a (entirely optional) swim.

08:45
2h15m
Social Event
Coffee and swim?
Social Events
Yann Seznec KTH Royal Institute of Technology
09:00 - 10:30
Reflective Mourning WalkSocial Events at Amoeba

Take a meandering walk with Minna Laurell Thorslund through the summery forest surrounding the conference venue to start your day.

09:00
90m
Social Event
Reflective Mourning Walk
Social Events
Minna Laurell-Thorslund KTH Royal Institute of Technology
09:00 - 10:30
Remote Presentation #2Research Papers at Flexi Studio
Chair(s): Katka Cerna Halmstad University

Group 9

Zoom - https://kth-se.zoom.us/j/68775095116

(Join Breakout room - Flexi Studio)

09:00
22m
Research paper
Empowering Organizations for Sustainable Digitalization: a Corporate Digital Responsibility Maturity Model Approach
Research Papers
Aiste Rugeviciute University of La Rochelle, Vincent Courboulay University of La Rochelle
09:22
22m
Research paper
Digital sustainability projects: Organizational convergence of digitalization and sustainability outcomes
Research Papers
Sara Bomark Umeå University, Ulrika Westergren Umeå University
09:45
22m
Research paper
Sufficient use of the cloud for work: practitioners' perception and potential for energy saving
Research Papers
Maël Madon IRIT, Université de Toulouse, Patricia Lago Vrije Universiteit Amsterdam, Maliha Nawshin Rahman Vrije Universiteit Amsterdam
10:07
22m
Research paper
From Crop to Click – Organic and Digital Transformation of Out-of-Home Catering Value Chains in Germany
Research Papers
Tamara Scheerer Reutlingen University, Dieter Hertweck Reutlingen University, Tim Hakenberg Rottenberg University
09:00 - 10:30
Remote Presentation #2Research Papers / Journal First at Henrik Eriksson
Chair(s): Jan Bieser Bern University of Applied Science

Group 6

Zoom - https://kth-se.zoom.us/j/68775095116

(Join Breakout room - Henrik Eriksson)

09:00
22m
Research paper
The Potential and Limits of Digital Energy Advisors
Research Papers
Nelson Sommerfeldt KTH Royal Institute of Technology, Mattias Höjer KTH Royal Institute of Technology
09:22
22m
Research paper
Tackling Climate Change with AI: Research Gaps and Needs to Align Machine Learning with Greenhouse Gas Reductions
Research Papers
Jan Bieser Bern University of Applied Science
09:45
22m
Research paper
Sustainability design in industry and academia
Research Papers
John Krogstie , Costas Boletsis SINTEF Digital, Oslo, Dimitra Chasanidou Norwegian University of Science and Technology, Norway, Andrea Alessandro Gasparini University of Oslo
10:07
22m
Paper
ICT sector electricity consumption and greenhouse gas emissions – 2020 outcome
Journal First
Jens Malmodin Ericsson Research, Nina Lovehagen Ericsson, Pernilla Bergmark Ericsson Research, Ericsson AB, Dag Lunden Telia
DOI
09:00 - 10:30
Remote Presentation #2Research Papers at Kerstin Severinsson Eklundh
Chair(s): Maël Madon IRIT, Université de Toulouse

Group 10

Zoom - https://kth-se.zoom.us/j/68775095116

(Join Breakout room - Kerstin Severinsson Eklundh)

09:00
22m
Research paper
Design for Repair - The Self-Repair Practice Model
Research Papers
Ayșegül Özçelik Aalborg University, Denmark, Markus Löchtefeld Aalborg University, Denmark
09:22
22m
Research paper
Navigating the Triple Transition: a Holistic Taxonomy towards a Sustainable and Regenerative Digital Transformation
Research Papers
Gema del Río Castro Universidad Politécnica de Madrid (UPM), Maria Camino González Fernández Universidad Politécnica de Madrid (UPM), Angel Uruburu Colsa Universidad Politécnica de Madrid (UPM)
09:45
22m
Research paper
Decision-Making under Environmental Complexity: Shifting from Avoided Impacts of ICT Solutions to Systems Thinking Approaches
Research Papers
10:07
22m
Research paper
Resonant Sustainability: The Right to Repair as Resistance Against Acceleration
Research Papers
09:00 - 10:30
Remote Presentation #2Journal First / Research Papers at Nils Enlund
Chair(s): Anna Furberg

Group 7

Zoom - https://kth-se.zoom.us/j/68775095116

(Join Breakout room - Nils Enlund)

09:00
22m
Research paper
Managing Uncertainties in ICT Services Life Cycle Assessment using Fuzzy Logic
Research Papers
Edouard Guegain Université de Lille, Thibault Simon Orange Labs / Inria / Univ. Lille, Romain Rouvoy University Lille 1 and INRIA, Alban Rahier Greenspector
09:22
22m
Research paper
Building Up Green Software Life Cycle Model
Research Papers
Laura Partanen LUT University, Jari Porras LUT University , Lauri Kivimaki University of Turku, Jari-Matti Mäkelä University of Turku, Tuomas Mäkilä University of Turku, Kimmo Tarkkanen Turku University of Applied Sciences, Anne-Marie Tuikka Turku University of Applied Sciences
09:45
22m
Paper
Overcoming challenges in life cycle assessment of smart energy systems – A map of solution approaches
Journal First
Daniela Wohlschlager Research Center for Energy Economics (FfE e.V.) & TU Munich, Hannes Blum Institute for Ecological Economy Research (IÖW), Severin Beucker Borderstep Institute for Innovation and Sustainability, Johanna Pohl Technische Universität Berlin, Magnus Fröhling Technical University of Munich
DOI
10:07
22m
Paper
Assessing embodied carbon emissions of communication user devices by combining approaches
Journal First
Nina Lovehagen Ericsson, Jens Malmodin Ericsson Research, Pernilla Bergmark Ericsson Research, Ericsson AB
DOI
09:00 - 10:30
Remote Presentation #2Journal First / Research Papers at Stefan Arnborg
Chair(s): Ian Brooks UWE Bristol

Group 8

Zoom - https://kth-se.zoom.us/j/68775095116

(Join Breakout room - Stefan Arnborg)

09:00
22m
Research paper
Mind the gap! The role of ICT in office heating & comfort
Research Papers
Oliver Bates Lancaster University, Adrian Friday Lancaster University, UK, Adam Tyler Lancaster University, UK, Christian Remy Lancaster University, UK
09:22
22m
Research paper
Life cycle assessment of digitalization in buildings: The case of a building monitoring system
Research Papers
Shoaib Azizi , Anna Furberg , Marco Molinari KTH Royal Institute of Technology, Sweden, Goran Finnveden KTH Royal Institute of Technology, Sweden
09:45
22m
Research paper
Efficient Scheduling of Smart Building Energy Systems using AI Planning
Research Papers
Houssam Hajj Hassan SAMOVAR, Télécom SudParis, Institut Polytechnique de Paris, Georgios Bouloukakis Télécom SudParis, Institut Polytechnique de Paris, Ajay Kattepur Ericsson Research, Jun Ma , Roberto Yus University of Maryland Baltimore County
10:07
22m
Paper
How Viable are Energy Savings in Smart Homes? A Call to Embrace Rebound Effects in Sustainable HCI
Journal First
Christina Bremer Lancaster University, Harshit Gujral University of Toronto, Michelle Lin McGill University, Lily Hinkers Technische Universität Berlin, Christoph Becker University of Toronto, Vlad Coroama Roegen Centre for Sustainability
DOI
10:30 - 11:00
CoffeeCatering at Amoeba +5h
10:30
30m
Coffee break
Coffee Break
Catering

11:00 - 12:30
Poster & Demos SessionDemonstrations and Posters at Plenary Room (A123)
Chair(s): Katka Cerna Halmstad University, Philippe Roose University of Pau and Pays de l'Adour, E2S, LIUPPA
12:30 - 14:00
12:30
90m
Lunch
Lunch
Catering

14:00 - 15:30
14:00
90m
Research paper
MLCA: a tool for Machine Learning Life Cycle Assessment
Research Papers
Clément Morand Université Paris-Saclay, CNRS, Inria, LISN, Anne-Laure Ligozat Université Paris-Saclay, CNRS, Inria, LISN, Aurélie Névéol Université Paris-Saclay, CNRS, Inria, LISN
14:00
90m
Paper
Software-in-the-loop simulation for developing and testing carbon-aware applications
Journal First
Philipp Wiesner Technische Universität Berlin, Marvin Steinke Technische Universität Berlin, Odej  Kao Technische Universität Berlin
DOI
14:00
90m
Research paper
Resonant Sustainability: The Right to Repair as Resistance Against Acceleration
Research Papers
14:00
90m
Research paper
Digital sustainability projects: Organizational convergence of digitalization and sustainability outcomes
Research Papers
Sara Bomark Umeå University, Ulrika Westergren Umeå University
14:00
90m
Paper
Assessing embodied carbon emissions of communication user devices by combining approaches
Journal First
Nina Lovehagen Ericsson, Jens Malmodin Ericsson Research, Pernilla Bergmark Ericsson Research, Ericsson AB
DOI
14:00
90m
Research paper
Qualifying and Quantifying the benefits of mindfulness practices for IT workers
Research Papers
Cristina Martinez Montes Chalmers | University of Gothenburg, Birgit Penzenstadler Chalmers, Fredrik Sjögren Chalmers | University of Gothenburg, Adam Klevfors Chalmers | University of Gothenburg
14:00
90m
Research paper
Efficient Scheduling of Smart Building Energy Systems using AI Planning
Research Papers
Houssam Hajj Hassan SAMOVAR, Télécom SudParis, Institut Polytechnique de Paris, Georgios Bouloukakis Télécom SudParis, Institut Polytechnique de Paris, Ajay Kattepur Ericsson Research, Jun Ma , Roberto Yus University of Maryland Baltimore County
14:00
90m
Research paper
Managing Uncertainties in ICT Services Life Cycle Assessment using Fuzzy Logic
Research Papers
Edouard Guegain Université de Lille, Thibault Simon Orange Labs / Inria / Univ. Lille, Romain Rouvoy University Lille 1 and INRIA, Alban Rahier Greenspector
14:00
90m
Research paper
Static code analysis for reducing energy code smells in different loop types: a case study in Java
Research Papers
14:00
90m
Research paper
How to favour more cooperative deployments for Network Infrastructures
Research Papers
Nathalie Labidurie Omnes Orange Innovation, Clara Adam ISEN, Arnaud Braud Orange Innovation, Fanny Latron INSA Rennes, Luc Le Beller Orange Innovation, Benoit Radier Orange Innovation
14:00
90m
Research paper
Tackling Climate Change with AI: Research Gaps and Needs to Align Machine Learning with Greenhouse Gas Reductions
Research Papers
Jan Bieser Bern University of Applied Science
14:00
90m
Research paper
History-enhanced ICT For Sustainability education: Learning together with Business Computing students.
Research Papers
Ian Brooks UWE Bristol, Laura Harrison UWE Bristol, Mark Reeves UWE Bristol, Martin Simpson UWE Bristol, Rose Wallis UWE Bristol
14:00
90m
Research paper
Design for Repair - The Self-Repair Practice Model
Research Papers
Ayșegül Özçelik Aalborg University, Denmark, Markus Löchtefeld Aalborg University, Denmark
15:30 - 16:00
CoffeeCatering at Amoeba
15:30
30m
Coffee break
Coffee Break
Catering

16:00 - 17:00
Keynote #2 - Making Liveable Relations with AI and the CloudKeynotes at Plenary Room (A123)
16:00
60m
Keynote
Making Liveable Relations with AI and the Cloud
Keynotes
K: Julia Velkova Linköping University
18:30 - 22:30
18:30
4h
Dinner
Conference Dinner at Koppatälten
Social Events

Thu 27 Jun

Displayed time zone: Amsterdam, Berlin, Bern, Rome, Stockholm, Vienna change

08:30 - 09:30
Registration at Amoeba
08:30
60m
Registration
Registration

09:30 - 10:30
Keynote #3 -The climate crisis from the perspective of geological timeKeynotes at Plenary Room (A123)
09:30
60m
Keynote
The climate crisis from the perspective of geological time
Keynotes
K: Alasdair Skelton Stockholm University
10:30 - 11:00
CoffeeCatering at Amoeba
10:30
30m
Coffee break
Coffee Break
Catering

11:00 - 12:30
11:00
90m
Research paper
Energy Efficient Matrix Computations through Homomorphic Compression
Research Papers
Matthieu Martel Université de Perpignan Via Domitia, Celia Picard École Nationale de l'Aviation Civile, Université de Toulouse, Abdelmouhaimen Sarhane Université de Toulouse
11:00
90m
Research paper
Energy Efficiency of AI-powered Components: a Comparative Study of Feature Selection Methods
Research Papers
Rafiullah Omar University of L'Aquila, Henry Muccini University of L'Aquila, Italy
11:00
90m
Research paper
Optimizing the Impact of Upgrading Computer Equipment
Research Papers
Gabriel Breuil , Renaud Pawlak , Olivier Hermant Mines Paris, PSL University
11:00
90m
Research paper
Mind the gap! The role of ICT in office heating & comfort
Research Papers
Oliver Bates Lancaster University, Adrian Friday Lancaster University, UK, Adam Tyler Lancaster University, UK, Christian Remy Lancaster University, UK
11:00
90m
Research paper
Digital sufficiency behaviors to deal with intermittent energy sources in data center
Research Papers
Maël Madon IRIT, Université de Toulouse
11:00
90m
Research paper
Navigating the Triple Transition: a Holistic Taxonomy towards a Sustainable and Regenerative Digital Transformation
Research Papers
Gema del Río Castro Universidad Politécnica de Madrid (UPM), Maria Camino González Fernández Universidad Politécnica de Madrid (UPM), Angel Uruburu Colsa Universidad Politécnica de Madrid (UPM)
11:00
90m
Research paper
Building Up Green Software Life Cycle Model
Research Papers
Laura Partanen LUT University, Jari Porras LUT University , Lauri Kivimaki University of Turku, Jari-Matti Mäkelä University of Turku, Tuomas Mäkilä University of Turku, Kimmo Tarkkanen Turku University of Applied Sciences, Anne-Marie Tuikka Turku University of Applied Sciences
11:00
90m
Research paper
Sustainability design in industry and academia
Research Papers
John Krogstie , Costas Boletsis SINTEF Digital, Oslo, Dimitra Chasanidou Norwegian University of Science and Technology, Norway, Andrea Alessandro Gasparini University of Oslo
11:00
90m
Paper
Modeling, evaluating, and orchestrating heterogeneous environmental leverages for large-scale data center management
Journal First
Laurent Lefevre INRIA, Anne-Cécile Orgerie CNRS/IRISA, Benjamin Fichel OVHcloud, Vladimir Ostapenco CNRS; ENS Lyon; Inria; University of Lyon
DOI
11:00
90m
Research paper
Sufficient use of the cloud for work: practitioners' perception and potential for energy saving
Research Papers
Maël Madon IRIT, Université de Toulouse, Patricia Lago Vrije Universiteit Amsterdam, Maliha Nawshin Rahman Vrije Universiteit Amsterdam
11:00
90m
Research paper
ICT Sufficiency is Necessary: Results from Simulating Four Possible Futures
Research Papers
Gabriel Szalkowski , Iwona Maria Windekilde Norwegian University of Science and Technology, Norway
11:00
90m
Paper
How Viable are Energy Savings in Smart Homes? A Call to Embrace Rebound Effects in Sustainable HCI
Journal First
Christina Bremer Lancaster University, Harshit Gujral University of Toronto, Michelle Lin McGill University, Lily Hinkers Technische Universität Berlin, Christoph Becker University of Toronto, Vlad Coroama Roegen Centre for Sustainability
DOI
11:00
90m
Research paper
Automation acceptance for sustainable digital daily life
Research Papers
Emilie Vrain University of Oxford, Charlie Wilson Environmental Change Institute, University of Oxford
12:30 - 14:00
12:30
90m
Lunch
Lunch
Catering

14:00 - 18:30
Best Paper + Open Space + ClosingKeynotes at Plenary Room (A123)
14:00
60m
Social Event
Best Paper
Keynotes

15:00
2h
Social Event
Open Space
Keynotes

17:00
30m
Other
Open Space Results
Keynotes

17:30
30m
Day closing
ICT4S'24 Closing
Keynotes

Fri 28 Jun

Displayed time zone: Amsterdam, Berlin, Bern, Rome, Stockholm, Vienna change

09:00 - 10:30
3rd Workshop on the assessment of indirect effects of ICTWorkshops at A124 +2h +5h +7h
Chair(s): Christina Bremer Lancaster University, Vlad Coroama Roegen Centre for Sustainability, Mattias Höjer KTH Royal Institute of Technology, Daniel Schien University of Bristol, Charlie Wilson Environmental Change Institute, University of Oxford

The interest for the indirect effects of ICT – in particular their positive effects whether referred to as enabling effects, abatements, avoided emissions or second and higher order effects – has perhaps never been more widespread. The methodological basis for these claims, however, is often underdeveloped or problematic, and indirect negative effects are often ignored. We thus invite researchers, practitioners and policy makers to a day full of mutual updates and vivid discussions on the topic. More info here - https://sites.google.com/view/waidict4s/home

09:00 - 10:30
Exploring the social impact of data centers and high-performance computingWorkshops at Seminar Room (A324) +5h +2h +7h
Chair(s): Esther Roure Vila

Sustainability necessitates a comprehensive approach that takes into account Economic, Environmental, Social, and Governmental aspects when making strategic and operational decisions, thus fostering long-term stakeholder value. While the urgency surrounding climate action has led to a marked emphasis on the environmental component, it is crucial not to overlook the other elements. This workshop aims to delve into the social impact of Data Centers, utilizing design thinking and lean start-up methodologies to facilitate robust dialogue and capture a diverse range of ideas. More info here - https://tsco.site.ac.upc.edu/wp/

09:00 - 10:30
Thinking with Digital SufficiencyWorkshops at Seminar Room (A424) +5h +7h +2h
Chair(s): Miriam Börjesson Rivera Uppsala University, Mike Hazas , Ossian Nordgren Uppsala University, Sweden, Martin Stojanov Uppsala University, Sweden

In this workshop, we are interested in exploring how digital sufficiency, is currently understood in different domains and how it could be developed further. This could include exploring how to operationalize digital sufficiency in the development and implementation of ICT and computing education. The main objective of the workshop is to collectively develop and outline ideas. Possible outcomes include a pitch for a special issue focusing on digital sufficiency, and sketches/pitches for future collaborations such as articles and projects. More info here - https://doit.medfarm.uu.se/bin/kurt3/kurt/103416

09:00 - 10:30
What computer science research in the Anthropocene?Workshops at Seminar Room (A524) +5h +7h +2h
Chair(s): Lou Grimal HS Darmstadt, Mathilde Jay Universit� Grenoble Alpes, Inria, LIG, Maël Madon IRIT, Université de Toulouse

The social-ecological crisis requires radical changes. How do we align research in computer science (CS) with the pressing challenges of the Anthropocene? Should we therefore abandon certain areas of research? Or focus more on others? This workshop, initiated by a thinking group at Labos 1point5, aims to collect ideas on which CS research could be useful for the transition while having minimal environmental impact. It will complement an ongoing campaign of semi-structured interviews with CS academics in France. More info here - https://esslab.pubpub.org/ict4s-2024

10:30 - 11:00
CoffeeCatering at Amoeba +5h
10:30
30m
Coffee break
Coffee Break
Catering

11:00 - 12:30
3rd Workshop on the assessment of indirect effects of ICTWorkshops at A124
Chair(s): Christina Bremer Lancaster University, Vlad Coroama Roegen Centre for Sustainability, Mattias Höjer KTH Royal Institute of Technology, Daniel Schien University of Bristol, Charlie Wilson Environmental Change Institute, University of Oxford

The interest for the indirect effects of ICT – in particular their positive effects whether referred to as enabling effects, abatements, avoided emissions or second and higher order effects – has perhaps never been more widespread. The methodological basis for these claims, however, is often underdeveloped or problematic, and indirect negative effects are often ignored. We thus invite researchers, practitioners and policy makers to a day full of mutual updates and vivid discussions on the topic. More info here - https://sites.google.com/view/waidict4s/home

11:00 - 12:30
Exploring the social impact of data centers and high-performance computingWorkshops at Seminar Room (A324)
Chair(s): Esther Roure Vila

Sustainability necessitates a comprehensive approach that takes into account Economic, Environmental, Social, and Governmental aspects when making strategic and operational decisions, thus fostering long-term stakeholder value. While the urgency surrounding climate action has led to a marked emphasis on the environmental component, it is crucial not to overlook the other elements. This workshop aims to delve into the social impact of Data Centers, utilizing design thinking and lean start-up methodologies to facilitate robust dialogue and capture a diverse range of ideas. More info here - https://tsco.site.ac.upc.edu/wp/

11:00 - 12:30
Thinking with Digital SufficiencyWorkshops at Seminar Room (A424)
Chair(s): Miriam Börjesson Rivera Uppsala University, Mike Hazas , Ossian Nordgren Uppsala University, Sweden, Martin Stojanov Uppsala University, Sweden

In this workshop, we are interested in exploring how digital sufficiency, is currently understood in different domains and how it could be developed further. This could include exploring how to operationalize digital sufficiency in the development and implementation of ICT and computing education. The main objective of the workshop is to collectively develop and outline ideas. Possible outcomes include a pitch for a special issue focusing on digital sufficiency, and sketches/pitches for future collaborations such as articles and projects. More info here - https://doit.medfarm.uu.se/bin/kurt3/kurt/103416

11:00 - 12:30
What computer science research in the Anthropocene?Workshops at Seminar Room (A524)
Chair(s): Lou Grimal HS Darmstadt, Mathilde Jay Universit� Grenoble Alpes, Inria, LIG, Maël Madon IRIT, Université de Toulouse

The social-ecological crisis requires radical changes. How do we align research in computer science (CS) with the pressing challenges of the Anthropocene? Should we therefore abandon certain areas of research? Or focus more on others? This workshop, initiated by a thinking group at Labos 1point5, aims to collect ideas on which CS research could be useful for the transition while having minimal environmental impact. It will complement an ongoing campaign of semi-structured interviews with CS academics in France. More info here - https://esslab.pubpub.org/ict4s-2024

12:30 - 14:00
12:30
90m
Lunch
Lunch
Catering

14:00 - 15:30
3rd Workshop on the assessment of indirect effects of ICTWorkshops at A124
Chair(s): Christina Bremer Lancaster University, Vlad Coroama Roegen Centre for Sustainability, Mattias Höjer KTH Royal Institute of Technology, Daniel Schien University of Bristol, Charlie Wilson Environmental Change Institute, University of Oxford

The interest for the indirect effects of ICT – in particular their positive effects whether referred to as enabling effects, abatements, avoided emissions or second and higher order effects – has perhaps never been more widespread. The methodological basis for these claims, however, is often underdeveloped or problematic, and indirect negative effects are often ignored. We thus invite researchers, practitioners and policy makers to a day full of mutual updates and vivid discussions on the topic. More info here - https://sites.google.com/view/waidict4s/home

14:00 - 15:30
Exploring the social impact of data centers and high-performance computingWorkshops at Seminar Room (A324)
Chair(s): Esther Roure Vila

Sustainability necessitates a comprehensive approach that takes into account Economic, Environmental, Social, and Governmental aspects when making strategic and operational decisions, thus fostering long-term stakeholder value. While the urgency surrounding climate action has led to a marked emphasis on the environmental component, it is crucial not to overlook the other elements. This workshop aims to delve into the social impact of Data Centers, utilizing design thinking and lean start-up methodologies to facilitate robust dialogue and capture a diverse range of ideas. More info here - https://tsco.site.ac.upc.edu/wp/

14:00 - 15:30
Thinking with Digital SufficiencyWorkshops at Seminar Room (A424)
Chair(s): Miriam Börjesson Rivera Uppsala University, Mike Hazas , Ossian Nordgren Uppsala University, Sweden, Martin Stojanov Uppsala University, Sweden

In this workshop, we are interested in exploring how digital sufficiency, is currently understood in different domains and how it could be developed further. This could include exploring how to operationalize digital sufficiency in the development and implementation of ICT and computing education. The main objective of the workshop is to collectively develop and outline ideas. Possible outcomes include a pitch for a special issue focusing on digital sufficiency, and sketches/pitches for future collaborations such as articles and projects. More info here - https://doit.medfarm.uu.se/bin/kurt3/kurt/103416

14:00 - 15:30
What computer science research in the Anthropocene?Workshops at Seminar Room (A524)
Chair(s): Lou Grimal HS Darmstadt, Mathilde Jay Universit� Grenoble Alpes, Inria, LIG, Maël Madon IRIT, Université de Toulouse

The social-ecological crisis requires radical changes. How do we align research in computer science (CS) with the pressing challenges of the Anthropocene? Should we therefore abandon certain areas of research? Or focus more on others? This workshop, initiated by a thinking group at Labos 1point5, aims to collect ideas on which CS research could be useful for the transition while having minimal environmental impact. It will complement an ongoing campaign of semi-structured interviews with CS academics in France. More info here - https://esslab.pubpub.org/ict4s-2024

15:30 - 16:00
CoffeeCatering at Amoeba
15:30
30m
Coffee break
Coffee Break
Catering

16:00 - 17:30
3rd Workshop on the assessment of indirect effects of ICTWorkshops at A124
Chair(s): Christina Bremer Lancaster University, Vlad Coroama Roegen Centre for Sustainability, Mattias Höjer KTH Royal Institute of Technology, Daniel Schien University of Bristol, Charlie Wilson Environmental Change Institute, University of Oxford

The interest for the indirect effects of ICT – in particular their positive effects whether referred to as enabling effects, abatements, avoided emissions or second and higher order effects – has perhaps never been more widespread. The methodological basis for these claims, however, is often underdeveloped or problematic, and indirect negative effects are often ignored. We thus invite researchers, practitioners and policy makers to a day full of mutual updates and vivid discussions on the topic. More info here - https://sites.google.com/view/waidict4s/home

16:00 - 17:30
Exploring the social impact of data centers and high-performance computingWorkshops at Seminar Room (A324)
Chair(s): Esther Roure Vila

Sustainability necessitates a comprehensive approach that takes into account Economic, Environmental, Social, and Governmental aspects when making strategic and operational decisions, thus fostering long-term stakeholder value. While the urgency surrounding climate action has led to a marked emphasis on the environmental component, it is crucial not to overlook the other elements. This workshop aims to delve into the social impact of Data Centers, utilizing design thinking and lean start-up methodologies to facilitate robust dialogue and capture a diverse range of ideas. More info here - https://tsco.site.ac.upc.edu/wp/

16:00 - 17:30
Thinking with Digital SufficiencyWorkshops at Seminar Room (A424)
Chair(s): Miriam Börjesson Rivera Uppsala University, Mike Hazas , Ossian Nordgren Uppsala University, Sweden, Martin Stojanov Uppsala University, Sweden

In this workshop, we are interested in exploring how digital sufficiency, is currently understood in different domains and how it could be developed further. This could include exploring how to operationalize digital sufficiency in the development and implementation of ICT and computing education. The main objective of the workshop is to collectively develop and outline ideas. Possible outcomes include a pitch for a special issue focusing on digital sufficiency, and sketches/pitches for future collaborations such as articles and projects. More info here - https://doit.medfarm.uu.se/bin/kurt3/kurt/103416

16:00 - 17:30
What computer science research in the Anthropocene?Workshops at Seminar Room (A524)
Chair(s): Lou Grimal HS Darmstadt, Mathilde Jay Universit� Grenoble Alpes, Inria, LIG, Maël Madon IRIT, Université de Toulouse

The social-ecological crisis requires radical changes. How do we align research in computer science (CS) with the pressing challenges of the Anthropocene? Should we therefore abandon certain areas of research? Or focus more on others? This workshop, initiated by a thinking group at Labos 1point5, aims to collect ideas on which CS research could be useful for the transition while having minimal environmental impact. It will complement an ongoing campaign of semi-structured interviews with CS academics in France. More info here - https://esslab.pubpub.org/ict4s-2024