The 2nd International Workshop on Persuasion, Influence, Nudge & Coercion through mobile devices
Read our CHI2011 Extended Abstract Preprint
|9:00 – 9:15||Introduction from organisers|
|9:15 – 9:45
The Augmented Shopping Trolley: An Ambient Display To Provide Shoppers with Non-Obvious Product Information
|9:45 – 10:30
|Persuasion In-Situ: Shopping for Healthy Food in Supermarkets
Ole Kallehave, Mikael B. Skov and Nino Tiainen.
Towards a Mobile Application to Create Sedentary Awareness
MONARCA: A Persuasive Personal Monitoring System to Support Management of Bipolar Disorder
|10:30 – 11:00||Break|
|11:00 – 12:00
|Building Persuasion Profiles in the Wild: Using Mobile Devices as Identifiers
Nudging Users Towards Privacy on Mobile Devices
From Ethics to Values in the Design of Mobile PINC
Opportunities and Challenges in Mining Behavioral Economics to Design Persuasive Technology
|12:00 – 12:30||Discussion/Posters|
|12:30 – 13:30||Lunch|
|13:30 – 14:30
|Gathering and Presenting Social Feedback to Change Domestic Electricity Consumption
Matthew Studley, Simon Chambers, Ruth Rettie and Kevin Burchell.
Towards Egocentric Fuel Efficiency Feedback
Creating ‘Cool’ Mobile Technologies To Reduce Teen Energy Use
Nudging People at Work and Other Third-Party Locations.
|14:30 – 15:00||Synthesis Discussion + World Cafe Intro|
|15:00 – 15:30||Break|
|15:30 – 16:30||World Cafe Discussions|
|16:30 – 17:00||Conclusions/Takeaway Discussion|
|19:00 – sometime||Workshop Dinner|
To attend the workshop, you need to register at the conference. Registration for the workshop is $175, but you must also be registered for one or more days of the conference. See the Registration Page for details – and email us for the registration code. Remember – to be included in the proceedings, one of the authors (but ideally all!) need to register and attend the workshop.
- Building Persuasion Profiles in the Wild: Using Mobile Devices as Identifiers. Maurits Kaptein
- Persuasion In-Situ: Shopping for Healthy Food in Supermarkets. Ole Kallehave, Mikael B. Skov and Nino Tiainen
- Nudging Users Towards Privacy on Mobile Devices. Rebecca Balebako, Pedro Leon, Hazim Almuhimed, Patrick Kelley, Jonathan Mugan, Alessandro Acquisti, Lorrie Cranor and Norman Sadeh
- Towards a Mobile Application to Create Sedentary Awareness. Gijs Geleijnse, Aart Van Halteren and Jan Diekhoff
- Gathering and Presenting Social Feedback to Change Domestic Electricity Consumption. Matthew Studley, Kevin Burchell, Simon Chambers and Ruth Rettie
- The Augmented Shopping Trolley: An Ambient Display To Provide Shoppers with Non-Obvious Product Information. Jon Bird, Vaiva Kalnikaite and Yvonne Rogers
- Nudging People at Work and Other Third-Party Locations. Max Wilson, Derek Foster, Shaun Lawson and Simon Eddison
- MONARCA: A Persuasive Personal Monitoring System to Support Management of Bipolar Disorder. Gabriela Marcu and Jakob Bardram
- From Ethics to Values in the Design of Mobile PINC. Janet Davis
- Towards Egocentric Fuel Efficiency Feedback. Tiago Camacho, Filipe Quintal, Michelle Scott, Vassilis Kostakos and Ian Oakley
- Creating ‘Cool’ Mobile Technologies To Reduce Teen Energy Use. Daniel Fitton, Janet Read, Russell Beale, Ben Cowan and Yukang Guo
- Opportunities and Challenges in Mining Behavioral Economics to Design Persuasive Technology. Min Kyung Lee
- Persuasive Tools for Exercise Adherence in Mobile Insomnia Therapy. Robbert-Jan Beun
- Persuasive Strategies for Promoting Behavior Change. Tawanna Dillahunt
- Persuasion Experience: Using Persuasive Strategies on a Mobile Device. Mendel Broekhuijsen and Maurits Kaptein
- Reflective Analytics: An Initial Research Agenda for Synthesizing Lifelogging Data for Personal Development. Blaine A. Price, Marian Petre and Yvonne Rogers
Call for Papers
The aim of this workshop is to provide a focal point for research and technology dedicated to persuasion, influence, nudge and coercion (PINC). It is particularly concerned with mobile and pervasive technology and aspires to establish a scientific network and community dedicated the combination of these emerging technologies to PINC.
Among the issues the workshop will take on are:
- How can pervasive technology be deployed in the domain of PINC?
- When is the appropriate time to begin, reduce or end intervention?
- Do PINC methods have the potential to lead to durable, long-term behaviour changes, or only short-term changes in behaviour?
- The behaviour change occurs in a series of stages from precontemplation, contemplation, preparation, action and maintenance. Therefore at which of these stages may PINC methods be the most effective?
- Are PINC methods ethical?
- How can we extend the scale of intervention in a society using mobile devices?
The workshop is designed as a day-long, highly interactive activity for participants. It is structured around a plan for (novel) ideas around PINC methods on mobile platforms, problem analysis of using PINC methods, solution sharing, documenting best practices and areas for further work and, ultimately inaugurating a new workshop series on this topic.
You can read example papers from last years workshop from the NIMD2010 website.
Participants are required to submit their contributions to the Workshop Submission System (EasyChair). Participants will be selected based on their anonymous submissions by a program committee; papers will undergo a peer-review (a minimum of three reviews per submission). The length of the submissions should be 4 page Note in CHI Archive Format with 150 word abstract.
- 14th NOW 28th Jan 2011 – Submissions Due
- 11th approx 28th Feb 2011 – Notifications
- 15th Feb March 2011 – Early Registration Deadline
- 10th Mar 2011 – Camera Ready versions
- Sunday 8th May 2011 – Workshop
* workshop proceedings are not hosted in the ACM, but we intend to provide the collection elsewhere for those interested in what happened.
Swansea University, UK
p.eslambolchilar – at – swansea.ac.uk
Max L. Wilson
Swansea University, UK
m.l.wilson – at – swansea.ac.uk
Universidade da Madeira, Portugal
ian – at – uma.pt
Carnegie Mellon, USA
anind – at – cs.cmu.edu
We intend to publish papers from the workshop at the workshop proceedings website ceur-ws.org. This, while not a archival venue, provides a professional reference and host for the publication.
International Programme Committee
Max L. Wilson