Joining the Future of Computing Academy

ACM Future of Computing Academy

I am excited to have recently become part of the inaugural class of the ACM's Future of Computing Academy. I will be working with other computing professionals to push forward new initiatives to shape the ACM and computing in society. Per the FCA site

The ACM Future of Computing Academy (ACM-FCA) is a new initiative created by ACM to support and foster the next generation of computing professionals. The Academy is a platform that enables the next generation of researchers, practitioners, educators and entrepreneurs to develop a coherent and influential voice that addresses challenging issues facing the field and society in general. The ACM-FCA will seek to harness collective action to define and launch new ACM initiatives that will carry us into the future.

I'm excited to be attending the Turing Awards in June, when we will kick things off with an initial meeting of the entire class. 

The Real EPIC Slides

As the last presenter at this year's fabulous Ethnographic Praxis in Industry Conference (EPIC), I was super excited to talk about my work studying startup accelerators and Lean and share what I thought were some great potential takeaways for us as a community. But . . . an epic slidefail ensued.

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EPIC in NYC

I will be presenting my paper, "Iterating an Innovation Model: Challenges and Opportunities in Adapting Accelerator Practices in Evolving Ecosystems" at the 2014 Ethnographic Praxis in Industry Conference in September, where I'll also be participating in the Doctoral Colloquium.

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ACM CABS in Kyoto

I will be presenting my paper "Accelerating Cultural Capital: Reproducing Silicon Valley Culture in Global Ecosystems" at the ACM CABS Conference, and will also participate in the Doctoral Consortium. Collaboration across Boundaries: Culture, Distance, & Technology 2014 (CABS 2014) will be held August 20-22 in Kyoto, Japan.

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INTERACT in Cape Town

Our paper “Here or There?: How Configuration of Transnational Teams Impacts Social Capital” (with Judy and Gary Olson) was accepted to INTERACT, the IFIP Conference on Human-Computer Interaction. I will be presenting in Cape Town, South Africa, in September 2013.

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