3 papers accepted at top conference ACM CSCW 2021


Success for CYSEC researchers

The 3 papers

Digital Privacy Perceptions of Asylum Seekers in Germany: An Empirical Study about Smartphone Usage during the Flight
by Michelle Mende, Lilian Reichert, Christian Reuter, and Enno Steinbrink

Stronger Together: How Neighborhood Groups Build up a Virtual Network during the COVID-19 Pandemic
by Steffen Haesler, Christian Reuter, Stefka Schmid, and Annemike Sophia Vierneisel

The Impact of Organizational Structure and Technology Use on Collaborative Practices in Computer Emergency Response Teams: An Empirical Study
by Marc-André Kaufhold, Thea Riebe, and Christian Reuter

and the 2 posters

  • Bridging from Crisis to Everyday Life – An Analysis of User Reviews of the Warning App NINA and the COVID-19 Regulation Apps CoroBuddy and DarfIchDas (by Jasmin Haunschild and Christian Reuter)
  • Connected Self-Organized Citizens in Crises: An Interdisciplinary Resilience Concept for Neighborhoods (by Steffen Haesler, Ragnar Mogk, Florentin Putz, Kevin Logan, Nadja Thiessen, Katharina Kleinschnitger, Lars Baumgärtner, Jan-Philipp Stroscher, Christian Reuter, Michéle Knodt, and Matthias Hollick)

has been accepted for publication at the top conference ACM CSCW 2021.

The 24th ACM Conference on Computer-Supported Cooperative Work and Social Computing (CSCW) will be held from October 23 to October 27, 2021, as an all-digital conference.