Doctoral Workshop

The ICIC 2010 Doctoral Workshop is a forum for Ph.D. students doing research in the area of intercultural collaboration to meet and discuss their work with each other and an international panel of experienced researchers. The workshop will be held on Wednesday August 18, the day before the ICIC 2010 conference begins. For more details on the conference itself, see


Social Software in Global Software Development,
Rosalba Giuffrida (IT University Copenhagen)

Mediated Intercultural Impositions,
Leslie Setlock (Cornell University)

Individual, social and cultural factors in online Q&A knowledge sharing communities,
Jiang Yang (University of Michigan)

Language use and creativity in a multicultural setting,
Anders Klitmoller (Aarhus University)

The antecedents of digital product acquisition,
Rob Veitch (Copenhagen Business School)

A pursuit of websites information architecture in a cultural context ,
Ather Nawaz (Copenhagen Business School)

Knowledge Management for Professional Translators: Increased Network Synergies through Collaborative Actions in a web-based environment,
Marie-Luise Gross (University of Vienna)

Doing design globally: Constructing design problems,
Lilly Irani (University of California, Irvine)

Social capital in multilingual communication,
Ari Hautasaari (Kyoto University)

Doctoral Workshop Chair

Susan Fussell, Cornell University

Senior Mentors

Gary Olson, UC Irvine
Naomi Yamashita, NTT Communication Science Lab