Tag: alert

  • ALeRT in ERCIM news

    ALeRT in ERCIM news

    A short description of the ALERT project has been just published in the ERCIM news – Enjoy the reading at https://ercim-news.ercim.eu/en121/r-i/alert-learning-about-privacy-at-the-time-of-data-sharing-everywhere You might also have a look at the project web site where you can get direct access to Conquest of Shareadice (…and do not forget to check out the complete issue, including a special…

  • PhD/Postdoctoral position in games for privacy

    PhD/Postdoctoral position in games for privacy

    Come and join us in Trondheim! We have a PhD/postdoctoral fellowship available in the area of games for privacy awareness – Deadline 27 October.The research is in the context of the project ALeRT. Check here for some information about the work that we are doing.  

  • Designing games for privacy

    Designing games for privacy

      Congratulation to Dag, Erlend, and Torjus! Their work during specialisation and master projects has been summarised into an article that has been accepted for publication at 21th International Conference on Interactive Collaborative Learning. The paper will appear in the proceedings of the conference by Springer. Well done đŸ™‚ ABSTRACT Supporting the co-design of games for…

  • We are hiring

    We are hiring

    We are looking for a PhD to work on games to promote privacy awareness! This is a newly funded NFR project with an excellent consortium. Join us đŸ™‚ The fellowship is connected to the IKTPLUSS project ALerT, Awareness Learning Tools for Data Sharing Everywhere. The project aims to develop tools for evoking awareness about personal…

  • ALerT, NFR, and youth involvement

    ALerT, NFR, and youth involvement

    NFR (the Norwegian Research Council) is recognizing the importance of involving the youth in shaping future ICT research and innovation. Last year an expert panel involving students from 6 upper secondary schools has given input to NFR in connection to the IKTPLUSS call “Data and services everywhere”. Today, NFR reports on a workshop that was…