Program

18th August, Wednesday

17:00-20:00 Registration in the Kilen building
18:00-19:30 Conference Reception at the Rådhuspladsen (City Hall)


19th August, Thursday

8:30-9:00 Registration
9:00-9:10 Welcome
9:10-9:15 Opening
9:15-10:30 Keynote #1
10:30-10:50 Break
10:50-11:50 Full Papers Session #1: Diversity Management and Globally Distributed Teams
11:50-13:20 Lunch, Late Breaking Papers & Demos Session #1: Intercultural Communication, Virtual Teams, and Technology
13:20-14:20 Full Papers Session #2: Media and Design for Intercultural Collaboration
14:20-14:30 Break
14:30-15:30 Full Papers Session #3: Machine Translation Mediated Communication
15:30-15:50 Break
15:50-16:30 Town Hall Meeting and Closing for Day 1
18:00-22:30 Canal Cruise and Gala Dinner


20th August, Friday

8:30-9:00 Registration
9:00-9:15 Opening
9:15-10:30 Keynote#2
10:30-10:50 Break
10:50-11:50 Full Papers Session #4: Intercultural Communication
11:50-13:20 Lunch, Late Breaking Papers & Demos Session #2: Exploring Culture and Cross-Cultural Interactions
13:20-14:20 Full Papers Session #5: Socio-Technical Interactions
14:20-14:30 Break
14:30-16:00 Panel
16:00-16:20 Break
16:20-17:20 Full Papers Session #6: Cross-Cultural Study
17:20-17:40 Conference Closing
17:40-18:30 Wine Reception

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19th August, Thursday

9:00-9:10 | Welcome

Johan Roos, president of Copenhagen Business School

9:10-9:15 | Opening

Program Chairs

9:15-10:30 | Keynote #1

Diversity Icebreaker Workshop: Empowering and Unleashing Diverse Perspectives,
Bjorn Ekelund

10:50-11:50 | Full Papers Session #1: Diversity Management and Globally Distributed Teams (Chair:Judy Olson)


Diversity management in practice the case of diversity work in a Swedish municipality,
Annette Risberg

Using Virtual Interactions to Explore Leadership and Collaboration in Globally Distributed Teams,
Sheena Lewis, Jason Ellis & Wendy Kellogg

Intercultural encounters in off shoring - liaison roles of Host Country Nationals in knowledge sharing, examples from a Danish MNC in Malaysia,
Torben Andersen & Vlad Vaiman

11:50-13:20 | Lunch, Late Breaking Papers & Demos Session #1: Intercultural Communication, Virtual Teams, and Technology


Late Breaking Papers:

Intercultural Interaction and Collaboration in a Virtual World,
Jean Miller

Translating Politeness: Case of Hindi and English,
Ritesh Kumar & Girish Jha

Evaluating the Usability of Intercultural Collaboration Platforms: Grid Computing Applications,
Cristian Rusu, Silvana Roncagliolo, Gonzalo Tapia, Danae Hayvar, Virginica Rusu & Dorian Gorgan

Culturally adaptive Mobile Agent dialogue to communciate with people in crisis recovery,
Vanessa Evers, Andi Winterboer, Gregor Pavlin & Frans Groen

Intercultural Communication in University Teachings,
Miriam Hansen, Lisette Scholz & Regina Jucks

Emergent Psychological States in Global Virtual Teams: A mediating role of task-related information and perspective elaboration,
Kwanghyun Kim

Development of Multilingual Medical Reception Support System with Text-to-speech Function to Combine Utterance Data with Voice Synthesis,
Mai Miyabe & Takashi Yoshino

Culture, Profession, and Attitudes towards Educational Technology. A Large-Scale, German-Romanian Study,
Armin Weinberger & Nicolae Nistor

Intercultural Human-Photo Encounters: How Cultural Similarity Affects Perceiving and Tagging Photographs,
S. Tejaswi Peesapati, Hao-Chuan Wang & Dan Cosley

The role of language(s) in business: three Danish cases and their corporate language policies,
Nina Bellak

Retrospective Analysis of Cross-culture Communication,
Duyen Nguyen & Susan Fussell

Cultural Influence on User Preference on Groupware Application for Intercultural Collaboration,
Rein Suadamara, Stefan Werner & Axel Hunger

Regional Styles of Human-Computer Interaction,
Torkil Clemmensen

Net Intergroup Contact,
Yair Amichai-Hamburger


Demos:


CoSMOS: Intercultural Collaboration Support System Using Disaster Safety Map and Machine Translation,
Yoshiyasu Ikeda, Yosuke Yoshioka & Yasuhiko Kitamura

Language Grid: Supporting Intercultural Collaboration with Machine Translation,
Mika Yasuoka & Ari Hautassari

13:20-14:20 | Full Papers Session #2: Media and Design for Intercultural Collaboration (Chair:Vanessa Evers)

Blogging through Conflict: Sojourners in the Age of Social Media,
Ban Al-Ani, Gloria Mark & Bryan Semaan

Shopping for Sharpies in Seattle: Mundane Infrastructures of Transnational Design,
Lilly Irani, Paul Dourish & Melissa Mazmanian

Using the Web to Develop Intercultural Understanding: A Dynamic Methodology,
Gilberte Furstenberg

14:30-15:30 | Full Papers Session #3: Machine Translation Mediated Communication (Chair:Naomi Yamashita)

Influence of Detecting Inaccurate Messages in Real-time Remote Text-based Communication via Machine Translation,
Mai Miyabe & Takashi Yoshino

Machine Translation Effects on Group Interaction: An Intercultural Collaboration Experiment,
Ari Hautasaari

Automatically Generated Captions: Will it Help Foreigners Communicate in English?,
Nobuhiro Shimogori, Tomoo Ikeda & Sougo Tsuboi


20th August, Friday

9:00-9:15 | Opening

9:15-10:30 | Keynote #2

Empowering the local in global humanitarian work: Experiences from Mercy Malaysia and the United Nations,
Jemilah Mahmood

10:50-11:50 | Full Papers Session #4: Intercultural Communication (Chair:Lisbeth Clausen)

Culture as Communication: a theory of perception and dissonance in intercultural interaction,
Olivier Irrmann

"All of a sudden we had this dialogue・スc": Intercultural computer clubs' contribution to sustainable integration,
Anne Weibert & Volker Wulf

Borneo Children in an International Digital Playground: Intercultural issues and idiosyncrasies,
Fitri Mohamad, Alvin Yeo, Norazila Abdul Aziz & Soubakeavathi Rethinasamy

11:50-13:20 | Lunch, Late Breaking Papers & Demos Session #2: Exploring Culture and Cross-Cultural Interactions


Late Breaking Papers:


From Cutlural Stereotypes to Cross-Cultural Analysis: a Case of France,
Mariya Bobina, Stephanie Vergnaud, Mikhail Grachev & Richard Soparnot

Japanese views on superior-subordinate relationship in Swedish-Japanese collaboration,
Laurence Romani

Is an open organizational culture an important factor in the hospital-in-the-home?,
Juan-Gabriel Cegarra-Navarro & Maria-Teresa Sanchez-Polo

Corporate Cross-cultural collaboration: Contextual Challenges in China and Japan,
Lisbeth Clausen & Worm Verner

The Intercultural Momentum,
Ignace Pollet

Ethnocentrism, Materialism, Social Influence, and Collectivism: An inter-and-Intra National Analysis of the Thais, Chinese, and Indians,
Kritika Kongsompong, Rochelle Powtong & Sankar Sen

Characterizing Global Participation in an Enterprise SNS,
Jennifer Thom-Santelli, David Millen & Joan DiMicco

Coping with Cultural Dominance in Cross Cultural Interaction,
Sampo Tukiainen

Innovating from the Global South: Practices to connect local and global networks of innovation,
Ruy Cervantes & Bonnie Nardi

Onshore-Offshore Competition: A Stage Model,
Suling Zhang

Global Campus Program in Peace and Conflict Studies,
Aya Fukuda

Culture and (i)literacy as challenges to Scandinavian cooperative design,
Janni Nielsen, Mads Bodker & Ravi Vatrapu

Plea against cultural stereotypes,
Tatiana Segal & Simona Vasilache

Relational Models in Cross-Cultural Collaboration,
Markus Vodosek

Inter- cultural Management and Organizational Culture; A case study of service sector firm,
Noreen Saher & Astrid Podsiadlowski


Demos:


CoSMOS: Intercultural Collaboration Support System Using Disaster Safety Map and Machine Translation,
Yoshiyasu Ikeda, Yosuke Yoshioka & Yasuhiko Kitamura

Language Grid: Supporting Intercultural Collaboration with Machine Translation,
Mika Yasuoka & Ari Hautassari

13:20-14:20 | Full Papers Session #5: Socio-Technical Interactions (Chair:Gloria Mark)

Explaining Culture: An Outline of a Theory of Socio-Technical Interactions,
Ravi Vatrapu

A Socio-Technical Approach to Making Explicit Interculturality in Collaborative Multi-disciplinary Settings,
Souleymane Boundaouda Camara & Jose Abdelnour-Nocera

Technology-Supported Cross Cultural Collaborative Learning in the Developing World,
Christopher Hoadley, Sameer Honwad & Kenneth Tamminga

14:30-16:00 | Panel (Chair: Pamela Hinds)

The Tension between Local and Global Practices: Evidence from the Field,
Felicia Brych, Andrea Carugati, Simon Jones, Martha Maznevski & Pauline Middleton

16:20-17:20 | Full Papers Session Session #6: Cross-Cultural Study (Chair:Markus Vodosek)


Comparing Privacy Attitudes of Knowledge Workers in the U.S. and India,
Sameer Patil, Alfred Kobsa, Ajita John & Doree Seligmann

The Cultural Determinants of Strategic Bias: A Study of Conflict Resolution in an Interactive Computer Game,
Jolie Martin & Cleotilde Gonzalez

Cultural Influences in Collaborative Information Sharing and Organization,
Ravi Vatrapu & Daniel Suthers