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The Organic Internet: Building Communications Networks from the Grassroots [chapter]

Panayotis Antoniadis
2018 Co-Designing Economies in Transition  
City Verlag, Zurich.  ...  Acknowledgment The research leading to this work has been partially supported by the EU Horizon2020 projects MAZI, H2020-ICT-2015, no. 687983. http://mazizone.eu, and netCommons, H2020-ICT-2015, no. 688768  ...  (Athens University of Economics and Business), post-doc on policies for the federation of shared virtualized infrastructures (UPMC Sorbonne Universites), and interdisciplinary research on the role of  ... 
doi:10.1007/978-3-319-66592-4_13 fatcat:5yaygzlfgjc45b5vsokd4on6za

Transforming Cities by Designing with Communities [chapter]

Rosie Webb, Gabriela Avram, Javier Burón García, Aisling Joyce
2018 The Hackable City  
The collaboration model developed is a genuine example of 'hackable city-making', where the local communities are involved in designing specific solutions for improving liveability in their areas, with  ...  The Adaptive Governance Lab at the School of Architecture at University of Limerick has been working collaboratively with local government officials and community activists on action research projects  ...  These initiatives focus on the co-creation of common urban space, on re-thinking communal and public services, as well as on creating new digital or hybrid tools for citizen participation (Saad-Sulonen  ... 
doi:10.1007/978-981-13-2694-3_5 fatcat:ozsdmc4m3nbojosqfg7do7h2le

Exploratory Models in a time of Big Data

Maja Mazur, Ed Manley
2016 Interdisciplinary Science Reviews  
This paper aims to trigger discourse about the emergence of a new type of social scientific model -Exploratory Models -models which draw on Big Data, computer modelling methods and interdisciplinary research  ...  Finally, the development of an integrative platform for Exploratory Models is suggested as a way of maximizing the benefits of this approach, acknowledging the challenges to the proposed platform and to  ...  Acknowledgements We would like to thank Emma Tobin, Carl Gombrich, Ben Kingsley and Tim Knipe who have contributed to this paper through various discussions and intellectual inspiration along the way.  ... 
doi:10.1080/03080188.2016.1257196 fatcat:bydrvjtxcjay3jby4jbtclfr7q

Transmedia Festivals and the Accelerated Cultural Sector

Bianca Ludewig
2019 IASPM@Journal  
The article is a contribution to the still small area of cultural and urban studies on such festivals in Europe, and situates transmedia festivals within urban cultural change.  ...  Based on multi-year field research, this article argues that these festivals have become part of urban renewal processes.  ...  Acknowledgements I wish to thank Tristan Bath for proofreading and Fabian Holt for advice.  ... 
doi:10.5429/2079-3871(2019)v9i1.7en fatcat:gvokk6vagzdbzgpuyubvk6g2ui

ENABLING BOTTOM-UP PRACTICES IN URBAN AND ARCHITECTURAL DESIGN STUDIOS

2017 Knowledge Cultures  
It suggests Participatory Action Research (PAR) as a potential systematic framework for enabling bottom-up social knowledge building through design actions and reflections between the students, potential  ...  interventions aiming at enabling ordinary people to take part in the shaping of their environment (Tactical Urbanism); and initiatives combining the former two by establishing a hybrid coalition network  ...  As a systematic method drawing on more than half a century of social research, Participatory Action Research (PAR) stands as a source of inspiration for social practices (Kemmis, 2006) .  ... 
doi:10.22381/kc5220176 fatcat:sgztdrjxcng77cwi7uzezszbmm

Teaching and Learning Popular Music in Higher Education Through Interdisciplinary Collaboration: Practice What You Preach
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Liz Przybylski, Nasim Niknafs
2015 IASPM@Journal  
The interdisciplinary collaboration became an investigative space for informal music learning approaches in a formal context, in which students improvised with creative composition.  ...  This article provides a contextualized explanation of an emerging strategy for popular music teaching and learning in higher education that the authors term Improvisatory Integrative Learning.  ...  Maud Hickey for inspiring our work with creative composition for non-majors and for her help with the design of the Digital Audio Workstation learning workshops.  ... 
doi:10.5429/2079-3871(2015)v5i1.7en fatcat:7fhx2cgeyfbt5gotb63x3yqzki

Improvisation as an Evolutionary Force in Laptop Orchestra Culture

Eldad Tsabary
2017 Critical Studies in Improvisation  
A drive to innovate artistically, technologically, and collaboratively opens the way for many new modes of improvisation that are unique to the laptop-orchestra (or LOrk) setting, such as improvising with  ...  Due to their tradition-defying, multidimensional, and hybridic nature at cultural, stylistic, geographical, personal, social, and technological levels, laptop orchestras may be viewed as a matrix of related  ...  25), DIY hardware instruments (circuit bending, Arduino-based designs, and others), gestural controllers, network applications, telematic music, live coding, and education research (Woollard and Tsabary  ... 
doi:10.21083/csieci.v11i1-2.3714 fatcat:d3yuzkpb4ja2vlg4obbcxcadfm

Liverpool LASER Talks: A Community 'Studio-Laboratory'?

Mark Roughley, Caroline Wilkinson
2021 Leonardo: Journal of the International Society for the Arts, Sciences and Technology  
In this paper, the authors reflect upon their first year as LASER hosts and propose that Liverpool LASER events - supported by an accessible network of leading artists and scientists - act as community  ...  'studio-laboratories'; spaces where speakers and the publics engage in two-way conversations, present and gain confidence in their ideas, gather feedback on new concepts and outputs, and facilitate knowledge  ...  Design and the LASER host network for their invaluable support.  ... 
doi:10.1162/leon_a_02144 fatcat:zozgiupebnadtok5l7mdloktzy

HackYourPhD : Profiles of young researchers of the #OpenScience generation [article]

Gruson-Daniel Célya
2014 Zenodo  
OpenScience means a set of initiatives that aim to create a more collaborative research, transparent and open to society.  ...  In this book, you will find the portraits of doctoral students, young researchers or even people who «hack their PhD.» Each city is also an opportunity to highlight innovative places .  ...  We need more freedom in the academic system to publish a research of better quality." Her best memories as a young researcher? Her years of Master in Taiwan have made a deep impression on her.  ... 
doi:10.5281/zenodo.3269714 fatcat:4brh42drrfd4va6rkng7j25rgy

Processpatching, Defining New Methods in aRtD

Anne Nigten
2009 Leonardo: Journal of the International Society for the Arts, Sciences and Technology  
On a larger scale, the collaboration of DIY artists with established research centres and industry 2.2.6.4. ) The DIY, or hacker, 283 is, on some occasions, a sensitive issue as this can threaten  ...  For interdisciplinary practice, the idea of a hybrid or third space is of major importance as this could be the terrain where software engineers, artists, via the interface.  ...  The "infostructure" Bush sketched out -Including a proposal for what is now known as hypertextwas destined to be realised in what we now know as the Internet.  ... 
doi:10.1162/leon.2009.42.5.478 fatcat:kjfy6uktcfaabamfkrovvyczbe

Instrumental Investigations at Emute Lab

Thor Magnusson
2020 Proceedings of the International Conference on New Interfaces for Musical Expression  
The lab was founded in 2014 and has contributed to the development of the field of new musical technologies.  ...  This lab report discusses recent projects and activities of the Experimental Music Technologies Lab at the University of Sussex.  ...  It took place in the newly renovated Attenborough Centre for the Creative Arts on the Sussex campus, as well as on various locations across the city.  ... 
doi:10.5281/zenodo.4813503 fatcat:x62sdfoc5zddfpi5ztcv672r5a

From Users to Citizens

Marcus Foth, Martin Tomitsch, Christine Satchell, M. Hank Haeusler
2015 Proceedings of the Annual Meeting of the Australian Special Interest Group for Computer Human Interaction on - OzCHI '15  
The Leukaemia Foundation's Shave for a Cure as well as the ubiquitous red ribbon worn on 1 Dec for World AIDS Day present similar examples.  ...  The crafting of place (or DIY placemaking or participatory city making) is a concept that encompasses a range of such urban interventions for the purpose of appropriating public spaces to assist in civic  ... 
doi:10.1145/2838739.2838769 dblp:conf/ozchi/FothTSH15 fatcat:feizodthezellidop7qll435bm

Co-producing neighbourhood resilience

Fionn Stevenson, Doina Petrescu
2016 Building Research & Information  
This involved a group of designers as initiators and a number of citizen as stakeholders of a network of civic hubs.  ...  Within the current 'resilience imperative', co-production processes involving multiple stakeholders can be a key factor for increasing cities' resilience.  ...  Acknowlegements The authors gratefully acknowledge the funding provided for research informing this study by the EU Life+ Programme of Environmental Governance , The French Ministry of Ecology, AHRC and  ... 
doi:10.1080/09613218.2016.1213865 fatcat:qnirf5pfcneflbbs5el4wpdk6q

SmartAirQ: A Big Data Governance Framework for Urban Air Quality Management in Smart Cities

Akshara Kaginalkar, Shamita Kumar, Prashant Gargava, Neelesh Kharkar, Dev Niyogi
2022 Frontiers in Environmental Science  
Considering the potential of these technologies as enablers of environmental sustainability, a conceptual urban computing framework "SmartAirQ" for UAQM is designed.  ...  Globally, smart cities are being promulgated on the premise that technologies and data aid in improving urban services.  ...  DN acknowledges India DST National Network Program on Urban Climate, US NSF, and the NASA Interdisciplinary Sciences program.  ... 
doi:10.3389/fenvs.2022.785129 fatcat:n74qwu37rven5a72ksylc3txwi

Temporary Urbanisms as Policy Alternatives to Enhance Health and Well-Being in the Post-Pandemic City

Lauren Andres, John R Bryson, Paul Moawad
2021 Current Environmental Health Reports  
A healthy city is an adaptable city and one that provides opportunities for citizen-led interventions intended to enhance well-being by blending the temporary with the permanent and the planned with the  ...  In the context of the post-pandemic city, there is a need to develop a health-led temporary urbanism agenda than can be implemented in various settings both in the Global South and North.  ...  This project highlights one of the ways in which temporary urbanism facilitates health outcomes and provides a beacon of hope for the most vulnerable.  ... 
doi:10.1007/s40572-021-00314-8 pmid:33877639 fatcat:zm4rrgv2rfcbvlxt4o7adl6wzu
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