IFIP 9.1

IFIP Working Group 9.1 (ICT and Work)

Welcome to IFIP 9.1 Web
IFIP Working Group 9.1 on ICT and Work is an active research group, made up of academics and professionals interested in the changing nature of work with information and communication technologies (ICT) in many different disciplines. Members come from different countries around the world. The group meets regularly via workshops and conferences held at different times.
Aim
IFIP 9.1 aims to promote, facilitate and disseminate research on the changing nature of work with information and communication technologies, ultimately targeting to promote adequate and positive applications of emerging technologies meeting needs of humans and society.
In this regard, IFIP 9.1 strives to identify new perspectives on the future of work with ICT and the evolving new ways of working, and also to communicate related social and organizational researches and practices.
Activities
CNoW: International Workshop on the Changing Nature of Work with ICT Tracks in conferences
Current Officers
Chair Jungwoo Lee, Yonsei University Vice Chair Stefan Klein, University of Muenster Secretary Mary Beth Watson-Manheim, University of Illinois Chicago
3rd Generation (Since 2013)
Current generation was revamped in 2013 after observing the new paradigm shift of ICT around 2010 with imaginary technologies being implemented, such as cloud computing, IoT, bigdata, social media, mobile computing, AI, etc.
Officers Jungwoo Lee, Yonsei University
Stefan Klein, University of Muenster
Mary Beth Watson-Manheim, University of Illinois Chicago
2nd Generation (since 2007)
Mission The mission of IFIP Working Group 9.1 (Computers and Work) is to promote, facilitate and disseminate research on ICTs and work, in order to promote quality of life, technology that meets human needs, and social accountability. IFIP WG 9.1 strives to identify important new perspectives on the future of ICTs and new ways of working, and to communicate the social and organizational consequences of ICTs and work. Officers Steven Sawyer, Syracuse University
JP Allen, University of San Francisco
History 2010 Workshop St. Louis
2009 Workshop Phoenix
2008 Workshop San Diego
2007 Workshop Montréal
2007 Workshop St. Gallen
1st Generation (Since 1977)
Aim to study and report on how computers have affected employment levels, job content and structure, working conditions, career patterns, and participation problems; to give an account of problems relating to computers and work, and of proposed measures for dealing with these problems; to encourage and support the design and development of systems which promote not only efficiency but provide job satisfaction, for example through interesting work and reduction of stress. Scopes The effects of computerization on the lives of three distinct groups of person :
computer professionals,
users of computers,
non-users affected by computers.
Members
  • Margunn Aanestad ( University of Oslo / Norway )
  • Manju Ahuja ( University of Louisville / USA )
  • J.P. Allen ( University of SanFrancisco / Norway )
  • Steven Alter ( University of San Francisco / USA )
  • Hala Annabi ( University of Washington / Norway )
  • Viktor Arvidsson ( They university of sydney business school / Australia )
  • Atiya Avery ( University of Illinois at Chicago / USA )
  • Michel Avital ( Copenhagen Business School / Denmark )
  • Abayomi Baiyere ( University of Turku / Finland )
  • Rajendra Bandi ( Indian Institute of management bangalore / India )
  • John Baptista ( Warwick Business School / England )
  • Cleopatra Bardaki ( Athens University of Economics & Business / Greece )
  • Nicholas Berente ( University of Georgia / USA )
  • Maria Christina Binz-Scharf ( City College of New York - CUNY / USA )
  • Jeanette Blomberg ( IBM Research / USA )
  • Sebastian K Boell ( The University of Sydney Business School / Australia )
  • Maric Boudreau ( UGA / USA )
  • Tobias Brockmann ( University of Muenster - ERCIS / Germany )
  • Bob Brookshire ( University of South Carolina / Columbia )
  • John Campbell ( University of Canberra / Australia )
  • Erran Carmel ( American University / USA )
  • Andrea Carugati ( Aarhus BSS, Aarhus University / Denmark )
  • Dubravka Cecez - Kecmanovic ( University of New South Wales / Australia )
  • Mohamed Hedi Charki ( EDHEC Business School / France )
  • Lewis Chasalow ( Lebanon Valley College / USA )
  • Adela Chen ( Colorado State University / Colorado )
  • Kathy Chudoba ( Utah State University / USA )
  • Torkil Clemmensen ( Copenhagen Business School / Denmark )
  • Sue Conger ( University of Dallas / USA )
  • Crispin Coombs ( Loughborough University / UK )
  • Joao Cunha ( IESEG School of Management (LEM-CNRS) / France )
  • Arjan de Kok ( Utrecht University / Netherlands )
  • Kristine Dery ( MIT Management Sloan School / USA )
  • Antonio Diaz Andrade ( AUT University / NewZealand )
  • Brian Donnellan ( Innovation Value Institute / Ireland )
  • Bill Doolin ( Auckland University of Technology / NewZealand )
  • Katharina Drechsler ( German Graduate School of Management & Law / Germany )
  • Andreas Eckhardt ( German Graduate School of Management & Law / Germany )
  • Nicola Ens ( Copenhagen Business School, Department of Digitalization / Denmark )
  • Ingrid Erickson ( Syracuse University / USA )
  • Isam Faik ( National University of Singapore / Singapore )
  • Melike Findikoglu ( Ozyegin University / Turkey )
  • Louise Fischer ( University of Haifa / Israel )
  • Fulvio Frati ( Università degli Studi di Milano / Italy )
  • Bob Gallier ( Bentley University / USA )
  • James Gaskin ( Brigham Young University / USA )
  • Luca Gastaldi ( Politecnico di Milano / ITALY )
  • Gisela Gerlach ( TU Darmstadt / Germany )
  • Frank Goethals ( IESEG School of Management (LEM-CNRS) / Spain )
  • Goran Goldkuhl ( Linkoping university / Sweden )
  • Robert Gregory ( IESE Business School / Spain )
  • Terri Griffith ( Santa Clara University / USA )
  • Miria Grisot ( University of Oslo / Norway )
  • Matthew Gymer ( Wake Forest Baptist Health System / USA )
  • USA Hadar ( University of Haifa / Israel )
  • Ella Hafermalz ( Vrije Universiteit Amsterdam / Netherlands )
  • Eveline Hage ( Faculty of Economics & Business, University of Groningen / Netherlands )
  • Louise Harder Fischer ( Copenhagen Business School, Department of Digitalization / Denmark )
  • Pascale Hatem ( Murex Services SAL (Off shore) / USA )
  • Tsipi Heart ( Ben-Gurion University of the Negev / Israel )
  • Masaaki Hiranoa ( Waseda University / Japan )
  • Christian Hofma ( Copenhagen Business School / Denmark )
  • Jonny Holmström ( Umeå University / Sweden )
  • Roohollah Honarvar ( London School of Economics / England )
  • marleen huysman ( VU University Amsterdam / Netherlands )
  • Tina Jensen ( Copenhagen Business School / Denmark )
  • Ling Jiang ( City University of Hong Kong / Hong Kong )
  • K. Joshi ( Washington State University / USA )
  • Ekaterina Jussupow ( University of Mannheim / Germany )
  • Surinder Kahai ( SUNY-Binghamton / USA )
  • Eija Helena Karsten ( Ã…bo Akademi University / Finland )
  • Flavius Kehr ( University of St. Gallen / Switzerland )
  • Katherine Kellogg ( Massachusetts Institute of Technology / USA )
  • Janina Kettenbohrer ( University of Bamberg / Germany )
  • Stefan Klein ( University of Muenster, School of Business and Economics / Germany )
  • Jelmer Koorn ( Vrije Universiteit Amsterdam / Netherlands )
  • Simon Lansmann ( Muenster University / Germany )
  • Keri Larson ( Louisiana State University / USA )
  • Sarah Lebovitz ( New York University / USA )
  • Brian Lee ( University of Connecticut / USA )
  • Hyejung Lee ( Yonsei University / Korea, The Republic of )
  • Jungwoo Lee ( Yonsei University / Korea, The Republic of )
  • Seulki Lee ( Yonsei University / Korea, The Republic of )
  • Henrik Leopold ( VU University Amsterdam / Netherlands )
  • Meira Levy ( Shenkar College of Engineering and Design / Israel )
  • Israel Lioliou ( Loughborough University / UK )
  • Kalle Lyytinen ( Case Western Reserve University / USA )
  • Jon Mackay ( University of Oxford / UK )
  • Massimo Magni ( Bocconi University / Italy )
  • Ann Majchrzak ( University of Southern California / USA )
  • M. Lynne Markus ( Bentley University / USA )
  • Antonella Martini ( University of Pisa, DESTEC / Italy )
  • Jana Mattern ( ERCIS - University of Muenster / Germany )
  • Mareike Moehlmann ( Warwick Business School / England )
  • Lapo Mola ( SKEMA Business School, Université Cote Azur, (GREDEG) / France )
  • Sihoon Moon ( Graduate School of Information, Yonsei University / Korea, The Republic of )
  • Jae Yun Moon ( University of Nevada / USA )
  • Donna Morrow ( University of Dallas / USA )
  • Benjamin Mueller ( University of Groningen / Netherlands )
  • Vinesh Naicker ( Mott MacDonald / USA )
  • Wenxiu Nan ( Bentley University / USA )
  • Hoda Nasseri ( HEC Montreal / Canada )
  • Sue Newell ( University of Sussex / England )
  • Marko Niemimaa ( University of Jyvaskyla / Finland )
  • Daniel Nylen ( Umeå Universitet / Sweden )
  • Chineye Ogunde ( Loughborough University / England )
  • Roxana Ologeanu-Taddei ( Université de Montpellier / France )
  • Stella Pachidi ( VU University Amsterdam / Netherlands )
  • Niki Panteli ( Royal Holloway, University of London / England )
  • JaeHyun Park ( Tokyo Institute of Technology / Japan )
  • Karen Patten ( University of South Carolina / USA )
  • Jacqueline Pike ( Duquesne University / USA )
  • Jean-Charles PILLET ( University of Lausanne / Switzerland )
  • Stavros Polykarpou ( Cambridge University / USA )
  • Amanda J. Porter ( VU University Amsterdam / Netherlands )
  • Julian Prester ( University of New South Wales / Australia )
  • Bala Ramesh ( Georgia state University / USA )
  • Liana Razmerita ( Copenhagen Business School / Denmark )
  • Elizabeth Regan ( University of South Carolina / USA )
  • Victoria Reibenspiess ( German Graduate School of Management & Law / Germany )
  • Kathrin Reinke ( Technische Universität - Darmstadt / Germany )
  • Jean-Loup Richet ( Universite de Nantes / France )
  • Stefan Rief ( University of Cambridge / USA )
  • Kai Riemer ( The University of Sydney Business School / Australia )
  • Nancy Russo ( Malmö University / Sweden )
  • Antti Salovaara ( Aalto University School of Business / Singapore )
  • Steve Sawyer ( Syracuse University / USA )
  • Siegfried Schallenmueller ( University of Muenster - European Research Center / Germany )
  • Stefan Schellhammer ( University of Muenster / Germany )
  • Daniel Schlagwein ( University of Sydney Business School / Australia )
  • Ina Sebastian ( MIT / USA )
  • Isabella Seeber ( University of Innsbruck / Austria )
  • Abdul Sesay ( The University of Georgia / United States )
  • Elham Shafiei Gol ( Copenhagen Business School / Denmark )
  • Amir Sharif ( Brunel University London / England )
  • Kamaran Sheikh ( Warwick Business School / England )
  • Tanner Skousen ( Brigham Young University / USA )
  • Mari-Klara Stein ( Copenhagen Business School, Department of IT Management / Denmark )
  • Dennis Stolze ( Univerisyt of Stuttgart / Germany )
  • Franz Strich ( University Passau / Germany )
  • Ayoung Suh ( City University of Hong Kong / Hong Kong )
  • SeoYoon Sung ( Rutgers University - School of Communication and Information / USA )
  • Ann Svensson ( University of the West / USA )
  • E. Swanson ( University of California - Los Angeles / USA )
  • Ali Tafti ( University of Illinois at Chicago / USA )
  • Chee-Wee Tan ( Copenhagen Business School, Department of IT Management / Denmark )
  • Monideepa Tarafdar ( Lancaster University / UK )
  • Joseph Taylor ( California State University, Sacramento / Denmark )
  • Angsana Techatassanasoontorn ( AUT University / NewZealand )
  • Sanja Tumbas ( University of Liechtenstein / Switzerland )
  • Ofir Turel ( California State University, Fullerton / USA )
  • Naomi Unkelos-Shpigel ( University of Haifa / Israel )
  • Sana Usmani ( Brunel business School / England )
  • Peter. J. van Baalen ( University of Amsterdam / Netherlands )
  • Bart van den Hooff ( VU University Amsterdam / Netherlands )
  • Camille van der Harten ( VU University Amsterdam / Netherlands )
  • Nick van der Meulen ( University of Amsterdam / Netherlands )
  • Erik van Heck ( Erasmus University / Netherlands )
  • Daniel Veit ( University of Augsburg / Germany )
  • Simeon Vidolov ( University of Munster / Germany )
  • Gergana Vladova ( University of Potsdam/Weizenbaum Institute / Germany )
  • Lauren Waardenburg ( Vrije Universiteit Amsterdam / Netherlands )
  • Mary Beth Watson-Manheim ( University of Illinois at Chicago / USA )
  • Orly Weiser ( Ryerson University / Canada )
  • Helena Wenninger ( Lancaster University Management School / England )
  • Lauri Wessel ( University of Bremen, Faculty 7 / Germany )
  • Tom Wijman ( VU University Amsterdam / Netherlands )
  • Matt Willis ( Oxford / USA )
  • James Wilson ( Department of Mathematics and Statistics University of San Francisco / USA )
  • Nico Wunderlich ( University of Frankfurt / Germany )
  • Eleanor Wynn ( Ronin Institute / USA )
  • Jinsoo Yeo ( Emory University / USA )
  • Sander Paul Zwanenburg ( University of Otago / NewZealand )