CTS//TUA Summer school on sustainable futures

My first academic activity in Vienna during my sabbatical was to attend the summer school organized by my colleague Hilda Tellioğlu and her group. I presented our newly published SIPA toolbox in a four-hour seminar to around 20 PhD students from a diverse disciplinary background.

I was asked to hold a half-day seminar on a relevant topic. I chose to present the SIPA toolbox from our newly published paper in the journal of CSCW. SIPA is short for Service-Inspired Practice Analysis. SIPA provides some tools to analyse practices that are part of larger service ecosystems. I presented SIPA as a tool to understand the ecosystem within which the outcome of a PhD project will exist, and how that outcome might affect the practices in its future ecosystem. My presentation is available for download.