Conferences and papers

BOOKS / CHAPTERS
Published
● Karpovich, A. & Speed, C. (2011) An Internet of Old Things, in Learning from Memory: Body, Memory and Technology in a Globalizing World. Edited by Pirani, B. M. Newcastle upon Tyne: Cambridge Scholars Publishing
● Speed, C. (2011) A rolling stone gathers no moss and other consumer conspiracies. In Future Everything. Edited by Hemment, D. Published by Future Everything.

Upcoming
● Leder, K. & Karpovich, A. (forthcoming 2012) ‘Touching Tales: Emotion in Digital Object Memories’, in Kuntsman, A. and Karatzogianni, A. (eds.) Digital Cultures and the Politics of Emotion: Feelings, Affect and Technological Change, Macmillan.
● Burke, M. & Speed, C. (2012) Knowledge Recovery – Applications of Technology and Memory. In Uberveillance and the Social Implications of Microchip Implants: Emerging Technologies. Edited by Michael, K & Michael, MG. IGI Global Publishers. (Status: Accepted and Submitted)
● Speed, C. (2012) Mobile Ouija Boards. In On Heritage. Edited by Giaccardi, E. London: Routledge
● Burke, ,M. et al /TOTeM Team (2012) in Blake’s Parliamentary Yearbook 2012. Leveraging the UK’s Research Resources: University/Business Knowledge Transfer-.Accessing IP Through Funded Research.

ACADEMIC JOURNALS
Published
● Leder, K., Karpovich, A,. Burke, M., Speed, C., Hudson-Smith, A., O’Callaghan, S., Simpson, M., (2010) Tagging is Connecting: Shared Object Memories as Channels for Sociocultural Cohesion. M/C Journal, Vol. 13, No. 1 (2010) – ‘cohesion’
● Gianni, C. Shingleton, D. Speed, C., (2010) Pervasive Memory, Locative Narratives, Research Education and Media Journal Vol 2 n.2
● Speed, C. (2010, Vol 21, No.4) An Internet of Old Things, Digital Creativity, Taylor & Francis / Routlege.
● Speed, C. (2011, May and June Volume XVIII.3) An Internet of Things That Do Not Exist, Interactions, ACM. New York, NY
● de Jode, M., Barthel, R., Hudson-Smith, A(2011) Tales of Things – The Story So Far. Position paper presented at the International Workshop on Networking and Object Memories for the Internet of Things, UbiComp 2011, Beijing, China.

Upcoming
● Barthel, R., Leder, K., Speed, C., Hudson-Smith, A., Karpovich, A., de Jode, M. (forthcoming). Tales of Things and electronic Memory: Capturing, Storing and Sharing Memories in the Internet of Things. Special Issue Designing for Personal Memories, Journal for Human-Computer Interaction.
● Burke, M. E., Quigley et al (2011) The Internet of Things: QR Codes, Pink Jumpers and Hungarian Eggs. Increasing sales in 3rd sector environments. International Journal of Information Management. Impact Factor .723 (Work In Progress)
● Quigley, M Burke, M E.et al (2011) Low cost Internet of things: Digital Technology Adoption in SMEs. Paper to be submitted to International Journal of Management Practice. Special Issue: Challenges and Issues of Technology Adoption in Small Business(Abstract accepted- Work in progress)
● Burke, M E. Quigley, M et al (2011) Developing Theoretical Frameworks for the Digital Economy. Information Systems Research Journal (Work in Progress)
● Barthel, R., Leder, K., Speed, C., Hudson-Smith, A., Karpovich, A., de Jode, M. (forthcoming). Tales of Things and electronic Memory: Capturing, Storing and Sharing Memories in the Internet of Things. Special Issue Designing for Personal Memories, Journal for Human-Computer Interaction.

PEER REVIEWED CONFERENCES
● Speed, C. (Feb 2010) Walking Through Time: Use of Locative Media to Explore Historical Maps, Mapping Memory and the City Conference, University of Liverpool.
● Leder, K. (3-4 June 2010) Touching Tales: Emotion in Digital Object Memories, Affective fabrics of digital cultures: feelings, technologies, politics Conference, University of Manchester
● Speed, C. (2010) Internet of Old Things, Create10 Conference. Human-Computer Interaction Specialist Group of the Institute of Ergonomics & Human Factors, BCS. Edinburgh 30th June – 2nd July 2010.
● Speed, C., (11 July 2010) Social habitats and high-tech: the internet of things session, XVII World Congress of Sociology, Gothenburg
● Barthel, R., Hudson-Smith, A., De Jode, M., Blundell, B. (2010) Tales of Things – The Internet of ‘Old’ Things: Collecting Stories of Objects, Places and Spaces. To appear in Proceedings of the Second International Conference on the Internet of Things 2010 (IoT 2010), Tokyo, Japan. IEEE Digital Library.
● Manohar, A K., Rogers, J., (2010) Story cultures – Understanding how stories of different cultures can influence digital memories. Presented at the DOME workshop in conjunction with Ubi-Comp conference 2010, Copenhagen, Denmark on 26th of September 2010.
● O’Callaghan, S. (2011) Tales of the Maker; Using tagging technologies to create digital makers’ marks. The Endless End, The 9th European Academy of Design Conference, May 4 -7, 2011. Porto, Portugal.
● Speed, C. (11 May 2011) The Internet of Things That No Longer Exist, Future Everything Conference, Manchester. http://futureeverything.org/conference-3/internet-of-things/
● Burke, M., (6 June 2011) Transferring Knowledge and know how : the highs and lows of interdisciplinary projects and their relevance for the business sector (Keynote speech) Academic curricula vs. labour market and the evolution of science” Jagiellonian University. Krakow, Poland
● Speed, C., Allen, R. et al 2011 Virtual Cities/Digital Histories Panel at the Digital Humanities conference, Stanford, June 17th-2nd 2011
● O’Callaghan,S. & Speed, C. (2011) The Hidden Histories of Objects; Provenance, Storytelling and Tagging Technologies at ISEA, Istanbul, Turkey September 2011.
● Jimenez, C & Burke,M & Ceballos, J. (2011) La Gestión del Conocimiento en un Entorno Virtual de Red Académica (The Management of the Knowledge in Virtual Surroundings of Academic Network) ALTEC -XIV Congress of Latin American of Technological Management. (ALTEC XIV), Lima, Peru
● O’Callaghan, S. (2011) Code the Print > Print the Code; Creating art at the cusp of printmaking & mobile media. Impact7, Intersections & Counterpoints, International Multidisciplinary Printmaking Conference, 27th – 30th September 2011. Melbourne, Australia.
● Speed, C. 2011 Social Memory within the ’Internet of Things’ Critically Making the Internet of Things December 8–9, 2011 Umeå University
Upcoming 2012
· Burke, M, Quigley, M. International Conference on Information Systems 2012

OTHER CONFERENCES AND SEMINARS
● Shingleton, D. & Sutherland, K. & Burke, M et. al. (3-5 March 2010) The Memorable: applying the internet of things to small communities. Track – Research into RFID and the Internet of Things, in Proceedings of 1st. International Congress on Web Studies, Toluca, Mexico
● Hudson-Smith, A., (13 April 2010) Tales of Things and Electronic Memory: Creating and Mapping the Geography of Everything, CASA Conference, UCL.
● Hudson-Smith, A., (4 June 2010) Tales of Things: Memories, Stories and Archives of Everything, AfterLife of Objects, Autopsie Group UCL.
● Hudson-Smith, A., (9 June 2010) Tales of Things: Archiving and Viewing the Cultural Heritage of Everything, Seeing is Believing: New Technologies for Cultural Heritage, UCL
● Karpovich, A., (23 June 2010) Tales of Things, Digital Inclusion Seminar Series, George Ewart Evans Centre for Storytelling, Wales.
● Speed, C., (24 June 2010) Mobile Ouija Boards, Death, commemoration and Memory Conference, University of Edinburgh.
● Speed, C., Barthel, R., (18 July 2010) DIS (Designing Interactive Systems) 2010
● Barthel, R., Speed, C., (26 September 2010) Tales of Things, Ubicomp 2010 workshop
● Fraser, M., Speed, C. & Woods, M. (11-13th October 2010) Mediating Connections: The Role of Emerging Technologies in Transforming and Presenting Information and Ideas. (SerenA, TOTEM and PATINA projects). Workshop at the Digital Economy All Hands Meeting – Digital Futures 2010. Crowne Plaza, Nottingham. EPSRC / Digital Economy event.
● Barthel, R., (29 November 2010) The Internet of ‘Old’ Things: Collecting Stories of Objects, Places and Spaces, First International Workshop on the Urban Internet of Things.
● Speed, C., (25 November 2010), Tales of Things and Other Ghost Stories, Edinburgh University Speckled Computing Conference
● Quigley, M., (24 November 2010) The Internet of Things and Tales of Things, University of Salford, Lecture Series
● Speed, C. (15th December 2010) Tales of Things and Walking Through Time. AHRC/BT funded research network, ‘Landscapes, Memories and Cultural Practices’. University of Liverpool.
● Burke, M and Quigley, M (15 December 2010). TOTeM; The Tale So far. Research Seminar, Think Lab, Centre for Organisational Behaviour and Leadership, University of Salford.
● Speed, C. (11th Jan 2011) An Internet of Things that Don’t Exist, Invited talk, Learning Sciences Research Institute, University of Nottingham.
● Speed, C. (29th March 2011) An Internet of Things that Do Not Exist, SACHI Seminar Series. St. Andrews University.
● Burke, M and Piper, F. (23rd March 2011) Tales of Things: Translating the Silence, Media and Digital Technology Theme Workshop Series. University of Salford.
● Speed, C. (13-20th May 2011) Ghosts, Memory and Things, InDeSem 2011, Conference and workshop, Delft.
● Burke, M., TOTeM – The Tale so Far, University of Surrey; Research Seminar Series.
● Karpovich, A. (2323, ‘Talking Through Objects: Memory, Materiality, and the Internet of Things’, University of Surrey; Research Seminar Series.
● O’Callaghan, S., From First Stories to First Nations, (9th November 2011) Dundee Science Festival
● Burke, M and Quigley, M (13 December 2011). TOTeM; The Tale So far. Research Seminar, Think Lab, Centre for Organisational Behaviour and Leadership, University of Salford.
Upcoming
● Speed, C. and Macdonald, J. Ghosts and Talking Objects (20 March 2012) Unlocking the Potential of Things at the British Museum.
● Macdonald, J. Talking Objects (30 March 2012) TEDx Bradford, National Media Museum.