This workshop is organised around three strong ideas: 1) Dialogue between researchers and practitioners; 2) Dialogue between disciplines (marketing, psychology, linguistics, biology / nutrition and medicine); 3) Dialogue between nationalities
The first day (February 13th) will be a methodology workshop on how to set up intervention methods and interdisciplinary projects.
The second day (February 14th) will be a Research Workshop that aims at answering the question: To which extent are IoT solutions effective for leveraging responsible behaviours?
Researchers in Marketing, Psychology, Biology, Medecine, lingustics involved in the promotion of responsible behaviors throughout IoT: Sander Hermsen, Véronique Aubergé, Christophe Moinard, Christophe Pison, Agnès Helme-Guizon, Laurie Balbo, Nico Didry & Maureen Bourassa.
Practitioners engaged in the promotion of responsible behaviors that will present to the audience different actions they have conducted on IoT: Jacques Lepine, Christophe Hermitan, etc.
Researchers in a variety of disciplines and students interested in the social side of IoT and peculiarly its impact on health behaviours, well-being and aging well.
Practitioners such as public policy makers, associations responsible behaviors, communication agencies, etc. and broadly speaking practicioners interested in the social side of IoT.
This workshop is conducted entirely in English.