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SHARING21 - Future Digital Sharing Interfaces

Applicant Langheinrich Marc
Number 156406
Funding scheme Project funding (Div. I-III)
Research institution Software Institute Facoltà di scienze informa Universit`a della Svizzera italiana
Institution of higher education Università della Svizzera italiana - USI
Main discipline Information Technology
Start/End 01.10.2014 - 31.08.2018
Approved amount 251'800.00
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Keywords (3)

Privacy; Online Sharing; Action Research

Lay Summary (German)

Lead
Die "Cloud" ist heutzutage fester Bestandteil unseres Kommunikationsalltags: Facebook, Dropbox, Google Calender - wir alle geniessen die Flexbilität und Verfügbarkeit zahlloser Online-Dienste, um unsere Informationen mit anderen zu teilen. Wie können wir da in Zukunft noch den Überblick behalten?
Lay summary

Wie werden wir in Zukunft unsere persönlichen Daten teilen? Wie können wir die Kontrolle über die zahllosen Datenströme behalten, die wir täglich mit Familie, Freunden, Fremden und Firmen freiwillig oder womöglich auch ungewollt teilen? SHARING21 versucht, neue Nutzerschnittstellen bereitszustellen, die es Nutzern ermöglichen, auch in Zukunft den Überblick zu behalten, um informierte Entscheidungen treffen zu können. Aus dem täglichen Umgang mit verschiedenen Cloud Diensten und den Zielen und Bedenken verschiedener Nutzer wird SHARING 21 Anforderugen ableiten und Schnittstellenkonzepte erarbeiten, die im Anschluss prototypisch implementiert und getestet werden. Ein besonderes Augenmerk wird hierbei auch auf der Entwicklung des "Internets der Dinge" liegen, bei dem nicht mehr nur digitale Informationen sondern auch der Zugriff auf materielle Dinge - Auto, Heizung, Eingangstüre - mit anderen geteilt werden können.

Direct link to Lay Summary Last update: 24.10.2014

Responsible applicant and co-applicants

Employees

Publications

Collaboration

Group / person Country
Types of collaboration
Unit of Human-Centered Technology (IHTE), Department of Pervasive Computing, Tampere University of T Finland (Europe)
- in-depth/constructive exchanges on approaches, methods or results
- Publication
- Exchange of personnel
Everyday Design Studio, the School of Interactive Arts and Technology, Simon Fraser University, BC, Canada (North America)
- in-depth/constructive exchanges on approaches, methods or results
- Publication
- Exchange of personnel
Department of Applied IT, University of Gothenburg, Sweden Sweden (Europe)
- Publication
i3 Research Unit, FBK, Trento, Italy Italy (Europe)
- Publication
Department of Engineering, University of Bristol, United Kingdom Great Britain and Northern Ireland (Europe)
- Publication
Connected Everyday Lab, Faculty of Industrial Design Engineering, Delft University of Technology, Th Netherlands (Europe)
- in-depth/constructive exchanges on approaches, methods or results
- Publication
Urban Computing and Cultures Group, University of Oulu, Finland Finland (Europe)
- Publication
Ubiquitous Interactive Systems Group, Institute of Informatics, LMU Munich, Germany Germany (Europe)
- Publication
HCILAB – Institute for Visualizations and Interactive Systems, University of Stuttgart, Germany Germany (Europe)
- Publication
Exertion Games Lab, RMIT University, Melbourne, Australia Australia (Oceania)
- Publication

Scientific events

Active participation

Title Type of contribution Title of article or contribution Date Place Persons involved
32nd British Human Computer Interaction Conference Poster Perceptions of Sharing Everyday Purchases (WiP Paper) 03.07.2018 Belfast, Great Britain and Northern Ireland Fedosov Anton;
PhD Seminar "Enhancing service systems" at ServDes 2018 Individual talk How translational resources such as design toolkits could be used within creation and evaluation of online services? 18.06.2018 Milan, Italy Fedosov Anton;
ACM SIGCHI Conference on Designing Interactive Systems (DIS) 2018 Talk given at a conference Roaming Objects: Encoding Digital Histories of Use into Shared Objects and Tools 11.06.2018 Hong Kong, China Fedosov Anton;
Intl’ Interdisciplinary Seminar Socio-technical aspects on circular and collaborative economy Individual talk Sharing Physical Objects Using Smart Contracts 16.03.2018 Tarragona, Spain Fedosov Anton;
CELebration Seminar at Connected Everyday Lab (TU Delft) Individual talk Designing Technologies for Supporting Emergent Sharing Domains 05.03.2018 Delft, Netherlands Fedosov Anton;
Training School on the collaborative economy. Learning from critical perspectives / Working Group of EU COST Action CA16121 Individual talk A note on theories of social practices 20.11.2017 Funchal (Madeira), Portugal Fedosov Anton;
5th European Conference on Computer- Supported Cooperative Work ECSCW’17 Talk given at a conference From Travel Plans to Magic Wands: A Cross-Domain Study of Practices and Privacy Requirements for Sharing Emerging Types of Online Content (Full Paper) 28.08.2017 Sheffield, Great Britain and Northern Ireland Fedosov Anton;
Workshop on Digital Platforms for the Collaborative Economies Talk given at a conference Leveraging Digital Histories of Use for Resource-Sharing Organizations 28.08.2017 Sheffield, Great Britain and Northern Ireland Fedosov Anton;
ACM SIGCHI Conference on Designing Interactive Systems 2017 – DIS’17 Talk given at a conference Soil, Rock, and Snow: On Designing for Information Sharing in Outdoor Sports (Full Paper) 10.06.2017 Edinburgh, Great Britain and Northern Ireland Fedosov Anton;
Workshop on New Value Transactions “Understanding and Designing for Distributed Autonomous Organisations” Talk given at a conference Towards Digitally Encoded Experiences with Real-World Artifacts 10.06.2017 Edinburgh, Great Britain and Northern Ireland Fedosov Anton;
Research Visit at the Everyday Design Studio Lab at the School of Interactive Arts + Technology at Simon Fraser University Individual talk Roaming Objects. The Case of The Vancouver Tool Library 01.09.2016 Surrey, BC, Canada Fedosov Anton;
7th Augmented Human International Conference – AH’16 Poster SkiAR: Wearable Augmented Reality System for Sharing Personalized Content on Ski Resort Maps (Demo) 25.02.2016 Geneva, Switzerland Fedosov Anton;
PhD Winter School on Human-Computer Interaction meets Software Engineering – Measuring and Quantifying Quality Individual talk Supporting Outdoor Winter Sports with Augmented Reality 05.02.2016 Hirschegg, Austria Fedosov Anton;
17th International Conference on Human-Computer Interaction with Mobile Devices and Services - MobileHCI '15 Poster From Start to Finish: Understanding Group Sharing Behavior in a Backcountry Skiing 24.08.2015 Copenhagen, Denmark Fedosov Anton;
Kick-Off Meeting on Emergent Digital Sharing Practices Survey Design at Unit of Human-Centered Technology (IHTE), Department of Pervasive Computing, Tampere University of Technology Individual talk Towards Devising Novel Sharing Interfaces 04.03.2015 Tampere, Finland Fedosov Anton;
PhD Winter School "Human-Computer Interaction meets Software Engineering - Challenges in Developing Human-Centered Cyber-Physical Systems" Individual talk Identifying gaps between HCI, Software Engineering and Design 10.01.2015 Hirschegg, Austria Fedosov Anton;


Knowledge transfer events

Active participation

Title Type of contribution Date Place Persons involved
CeBIT 2017 – “OHPF: Optimizing for Happiness in Personal Finance” (Exhibition) Performances, exhibitions (e.g. for education institutions) 20.03.2017 Hannover, Germany Fedosov Anton;
CeBIT 2016 – “SkiAR: Supporting Outdoor Winter Sports with Augmented Reality" (Exhibition) Performances, exhibitions (e.g. for education institutions) 14.03.2016 Hannover, Germany Fedosov Anton;
10 anni della Facoltà de scienze informatiche – “Realtà aumentata” – Performances, exhibitions (e.g. for education institutions) 15.10.2014 Lugano, Switzerland, Switzerland Fedosov Anton; Langheinrich Marc;


Self-organised

Title Date Place

Awards

Title Year
Best Paper Award for the paper "Anton Fedosov, William Odom, Marc Langheinrich, Ron Wakkary: Roaming Objects: Encoding Digital Histories of Use into Shared Objects and Tools” at the 2018 Conference on Designing Interactive Systems (DIS) in Hong Kong. 2018
Best Paper Honorable Mention Award for the paper "Anton Fedosov, Evangelos Niforatos, Ivan Elhart, Teseo Schneider, Dmitry Anisimov, Marc Langheinrich: Design and evaluation of a wearable AR system for sharing personalized content on ski resort maps" at the 2016 Conference on Mobile and Ubiquitous Multimedia (MUM) in Rovaniemi, Finland. 2016

Associated projects

Number Title Start Funding scheme
129674 PALS - Privacy-Aware Location Sharing 01.04.2010 Project funding (Div. I-III)

Abstract

With the abundance of cheap digital storage and the availability of high bandwidth connectivity - both via land lines and mobile phones - people increasingly put personal information online: for sharing it with others, for keeping a safe copy for themselves, or simply for the ease of use that online platforms offers. A large number of tools exist that facilitate the storage, publication, and exchange of a large variety of personal data.Visions of future computer environments foresee even more options for uploading and sharing personal information, as all kinds of real-world artifacts would have a digital doppelgänger - an “Internet of Things” in which digitally enriched items can not only detect their own context in real-time but also remember this and share it with other artifacts. With the many benefits that such systems may bring, however, come also threats of unauthorized access and use of such data. If unchecked, these huge digital “data shadows” might significantly erode personal privacy and threaten fundamental rights. In order to ensure that consumers in this brave new world will still be in control of their own digital traces, powerful access control tools are needed that can support sound online storage and content sharing decisions, even in the face of massive numbers of transactions involving a plethora of different data types.The SHARING21 project aims at understanding current practices of sharing personal content, both explicitly (e.g., with friends and family) and implicitly (e.g., with service providers through the use of their services), and to uncover corresponding end-user concerns across a wide variety of content, in order to map the design space for future user interface that empower end-users to stay in control of their shared data.The study will follow a three-tiered approach based on extensive surveys and in-depth interviews, the development of novel inspection and control interfaces, and the subsequent evaluation and analysis in pilot trials. Ultimately, it will result in a set of design guidelines for future end-user interface tools to better support the ever increasing sets of online data items and recipients.
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