PAPERID SESSIONID AUTHOR(S) INSTITUTION AFFILIATION COUNTRY TOPIC
MONDAY 10                    
REGISTRATION         ROOM 66-110          
Monday 10, 08.30 - 09.00AM
POSTERS         ROOM 56-191          
Monday 10, 08.45 - 09.45AM 38 5-poster Howard Fink College of Urban Planning and Public Affairs, University of Illinois at Chicago USA PP-IT in e-Planning Rethinking The Digital Divide
36 5-poster Daniel Spiess University of Michigan USA PP-IT in e-Planning GIS and the Challenges of Brownfields in Environmental Justice Communities
51 3-poster Richard Roberts The Praxis Group Canada PP-IT in e-Planning Multiple Methodologies Achieve Broad Spectrum Stakeholder Involvement
109 1-poster Michael Epstein MIT USA Public access to information History Unwired: Exploring Venice Frontiers
108 6-poster Monica Pinhanez MIT Brasil PP-IT in e-Government Reforming State Tax Administration in Brazil: Technological and Institutional
27 6-poster Peter Cook Independent Consultant USA PP-IT in e-Government Innovation in Public Sector Bureaucracies
29 6-poster Sergio Ricardo Quiroga Macleimont Media Studies Laboratory Argentina PP-IT in e-Government Communicacion For The Social Development
44 5-poster Marta Pinto Escola Superior de Biotecnologia, Universidade Catolica Portuguesa Portugal PP-IT in e-planning Promotion of the information and public participation methodologies in the scope of the implementation of Local Agenda 21: the experience in the smallest municipality of Portugal
CONFERENCE OPEN / WELCOME         ROOM 66-110          
Monday 10, 09.45 - 10.15 AM Opening Lawrence Vale, Joseph Ferreira Jr, Jočo Joanaz de Melo, Pedro Ferraz de Abreu
Session I - Public access to information       ROOM 66-110          
Monday 10, 10.20 - 12.15 AM 76 1-1 Valerie Aillaud, Bernard Marchand French Institute of Urban Planning - University of Paris 8 CITIDEP France Public access to information SMEs and broadband access : the case of Ile de France region
78 1-2 Zhong-Ren Peng MIT USA Public access to information A Standard-Based Geospatial Data Access System for Public Participation
65 1-3 John W. Sherry People and Practices Research Group, Intel Corporation USA Public access to information Mediated access: a comparative approach
71 1-4 Mette Arleth Aalborg University, Department of Development and Planning Denmark Public access to information Non-professional user's understanding of Geographic Information
73 1-5 (p) Ramaprasad Arkalgud University of Illinois Chicago USA Public access to information Public interaction with health information using the Internet: Leading the way to an informed patient
74 1-6 Renu Khosla National Institute of Urban Affairs (NIUA) India Public access to information Leaves, Sticks and Pebbles: The Role of Context in Building a PPGIS
LUNCH BREAK                    
Session II - Public access to information + PP-IT and Globalization ROOM 66-110          
Monday 10, 13.45 - 15.45 PM 75 2-1 Rodrigo Sandoval Almazan ITESM CITIDEP Mexico Public access to information The data-bridge as a technology to reduce the digital divide
67 2-2 (p) Kai Chi Leung Minnesota Population Center, University of Minnesota USA Public access to information The National Historical Geographic Information System: Democratize Access to the Census
77 2-3 Vesna Dolnicar University of Ljubljana, Faculty of Social Sciences, Centre for Methodology and Informatics Slovenia Public access to information Digital Divide Measurements
2 2-4 Eduardo Anselmo de Castro Department of Environmental Studies - University of Aveiro Portugal PP-IT and Globalization ICT-based services and Regional Development: the idea of a Telecomunications Master Plan
7 2-5 (p) Suchi Gopal Boston University USA PP-IT and Globalization IT and Public Participation - Examining the Impact of Globalization in India
8 2-6 Yosef Jabareen SPURS, MIT Israel PP-IT and Globalization Ethnic Minority, Public Participation and Information Technologies
Session III - PP-IT in e-Planning ROOM 66-110      
Monday 10, 16.00 - 17.30 PM 35 3-1 Christine Giger Swiss Federal Institute of Technology Zurich (ETHZ) Switzerland PP-IT in e-Planning Automated Analysis of Stakeholder Behaviour in GIS-enabled Participatory Processes
41 3-2 John Gaber Auburn University USA PP-IT in e-Planning Incorporating Technology to Improve the Application of the Empirical Model of Citizen Consultation (EMC2)
37 3-3 (p) Gernot Paulus School of Geoinformation, Carinthia Tech Institute Austria PP-IT in e-Planning Strategic planning and simulation of electricity transmission grid infrastructure: New opportunities for Public Participation
43 3-4 Laxmi Ramasubramanian University of Illinois at Chicago CITIDEP USA PP-IT in e-Planning Character, Commerce, Computers, and Collaboration: Participatory Planning in Oak Park, Illinois
33 3-5 Ali Mostashari Program for Urban, Regional and Global Air Pollution, Massachusetts Institute of Technology USA PP-IT in e-Planning Stakeholder-Assisted Modeling and Policy Design Process
POSTERS       ROOM 56-191    
Monday 10, 17.40 - 18.40 PM SAME POSTERS AS MORNING
TUESDAY 11                    
Session IV - PP-IT in e-Government ROOM 66-110      
Tuesday 11, 08.45 - 10.45 AM 10 4-1 Angus Whyte International Teledemocracy Centre, Napier University United Kingdom PP-IT in e-Government Evaluating EDEN's Impact on Participation in Local e-Government
9 4-2 Andres Crespo London Connects United Kingdom PP-IT in e-Government The rise and rise of the e-London public sphere
25 4-3 Marco Aurelio Ruediger Fundacao Getulio Vargas - EBAPE Brasil PP-IT in e-Government E-Government and Its Impact on State and Civil Society: A Latin American Case
16 4-4 sr J. Ramon Gil-Garcia Center for Technology in Government, U. Albany CITIDEP Mexico PP-IT in e-Government Enacting E-Budgeting in Mexico: Bureaucracy, Institutions, and the Budget Process
23 4-5 (t) Luis Miguel Rionda Universidad de Guanajuato CITIDEP Mexico PP-IT in e-Government E-Democracy in marginal social surroundings. Some experiences of political and electoral participation by means of the New Information Technologies in Mexico
17 4-6 Javier Angel Alvarez Proyecto ART 39 Argentina PP-IT in e-Government ART.39 - A Civic Participation tool to Strengthen Democracy
13 4-7 Charles Kaylor Public Sphere Information Group USA PP-IT in e-Government The Evolution of Pariticpation: A Longitudinal Analysis of Change Among the Largest US Cities
 
Session V - PP-IT in e-Planning ROOM 66-110      
Tuesday 11, 11.00 - 13.00 AM 107 5-1 Renee Sieber McGill Canada PP-IT in e-Planning Challenges and Opportunities in Integrating E-commerce and GIS for Community Economic Development
47 5-2 sr Mulya Amri COMBINE Resource Institution, Indonesia, and U. of California, Los Angeles Indonesia PP-IT in e-Planning Institution Building and Information System Development as Inherent Counterparts: Notes from a Contemporary Indonesian Initiative
45 5-3 Michael Rios Hamer Center for Community Design Assistance, Penn State University USA PP-IT in e-Planning Helping Communities Design their Future: The PennSCAPEs Project
49 5-4 sr R. Timothy Sieber University of Massachusetts Boston CITIDEP USA PP-IT in e-Planning Public consultation in cases of university expansion: possibilities and failures
50 5-5 Remedios Ruiz ALEPH, S. A. CITIDEP Dominican Republic PP-IT in e-Planning Public Participation in Planning Social Development Policies and e-mail Technology: Lessons learned from practice after MIT academic experience
40 5-6 Joao Joanaz de Melo New University of Lisbon CITIDEP Portugal PP-IT in e-Planning Design and communication strategy for the TroiaResort eco-tourism project
LUNCH BREAK                
Session VI - PP-IT in e-Government ROOM 66-110      
Tuesday 11, 14.30 - 16.30 PM 15 6-1 sr Donald F. Norris Maryland Institute for Policy Anslysis and Research, U. of Maryland, Baltimore USA PP-IT in e-Government E-Government and E-Democracy at the American Grassroots
19 6-2 Juna Goda Papajorgji GIS Manager, Alachua County, Florida Adjunct Instructor, University of Florida USA PP-IT in e-Government A GIS and Multimedia web model for stimulating public participation in historic preservation decsions: ALACHUA county, Florida
12 6-3 Chantal Benoit-Barne UniversitŹ de Montreal CITIDEP Canada PP-IT in e-Government The rhetorical shaping of public space online
11 6-4 Boris Kragelj University of Ljubljana Slovenia PP-IT in e-Government Evaluating the use of the Internet by the Slovenian government
14 6-5 Danny F. Fernandes Heinz School of Public Policy and Management, Carnegie Mellon U. Institute for the Study of Information Technology and Society (InSITeS) USA PP-IT in e-Government A Phased Approach for Developing Human Services Web Portals
31 6-6 Sumeeta Srinivasan Harvard University USA PP-IT in e-Government E-Seva in Hyderabad, India: Implications for data sharing amongst planning agencies
KEYNOTE ROOM 66-110      
keynote/conversation
Tuesday 11, 16.45 - 18.00 PM with Joan Blades, founder of MoveOn.org
Jane Fountain, Harvard, Digital Government Program
Pedro Ferraz de Abreu, MIT, CITIDEP President, as interviewer
CONFERENCE DINNER   20.00     Restaurant in Cambridge      
WEDNESDAY 12                    
Session VII - PP-IT in Teaching, Education and Arts + PP-IT and Globalization ROOM 7-431 (AVT)      
Wednesday 12, 8:30 - 10:30 AM 59 7-1 Maria Joao Antunes University of Aveiro Portugal PP-IT in Teaching, Education and Arts Patterns Of On-Line Communication: A Portuguese Study
60 7-2 Tania Marisa Dias Almeida Fonseca Public High School P. Jeronimo de Andrade CITIDEP Portugal PP-IT in Teaching, Education and Arts Promoting citizenship in schools through an european environmental study and using new technologies: the PEOPLE-Citizenship project
56 7-3 Jeremy Liu Asian Community Development Corporation USA PP-IT in Teaching, Education and Arts Art and Community Planning through A Chinatown Banquet, how Boston's Chinatown community uses digital technology for civic activism
62 7-4 Nathan Michaud Island Institute USA PP-IT in Teaching, Education and Arts Lobster Tales
53 7-5 Ambrizeth Lima Harvard CITIDEP USA PP-IT in Teaching, Education and Arts The Sending Context : A Basis for Understanding the Ethnic/Racial Identity Development of Cape Verdean Immigrant Youth in the United States
30 7-6 (t) Isabel Medina Silva Universidade Catolica, Portugal CITIDEP Portugal PP-IT in Teaching, Education and Arts Cooperative Learning using IT in classes of philosophy:New strategies of teacherís training.
3 7-7 (f2-5) Elizabeth Pilar Challinor Centro de estudos de antropologia social CITIDEP Portugal PP-IT and Globalization Conflict and Consensus-Building: Reflections from a case study of public participation in Cape Verde
Session III - PP-IT in e-Planning ROOM 7-431 (AVT)      
Wednesday 12, 10:45 - 11:45 AM 68 8-1 (f2-1) Lucie Laurian School of Planning, University of Arizona CITIDEP USA Public access to information Barriers to the use of IT by small towns: Does race or income matter most? The case of Southern Arizona
46 8-2 Michele Campagna Universita' degli Studi di Cagliari, Dipartimento di Ingegneria del territorio Italy PP-IT in e-Planning Planning with the environment in the Digital Age: Opportunities for e-EIA in Italy.
42 8-3 Laura Colini University of Florence, Italy MIT Italy PP-IT in e-Planning Organizing Active Citizenship: IT and poetic representation of citizens' dreams for a territorial plan
Session Conference Closing ROOM 66-110      
Wednesday 12, 12:00 - 13:00 PM ICPPIT and Panel Chairs CONCLUSIONS
MIT GUIDED TOUR   14.45     Lobby 7