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DecarboNet

A Decarbonisation Platform for Citizen Empowerment and Translating Collective Awareness into Behavioural Change

The lack of collective awareness negatively impacts perceived personal efficacy, which hampers efforts to address societal problems. DecarboNet is a multidisciplinary effort to tackle this problem by identifying determinants of collective awareness, translating awareness into behavioural change, and providing novel methods to analyse and visualise the underlying processes.

DecarboNet will research and develop (i) generic tools to co-create knowledge with on-the-fly recommendations of...


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Piccolo, L., De Liddo, A., Burel, G., Fernandez, M. and Alani, H. (2017) Collective intelligence for promoting changes in behaviour: a case study on energy conservation, AI & SOCIETY, pp. 1-11

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Alani, A. (2016) Application Design and Engagement Strategy of a Game with a Purpose for Climate Change Awareness, Internet Science, 3rd International Conference (INSCI 2016), 9934, pp. 97-104

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Burel, G., Piccolo, L. and Alani, H. (2016) EnergyUse - A Collective Semantic Platform for Monitoring and Discussing Energy Consumption, 15th International Semantic Web Conference - ISWC, Kobe, Japan, pp. 257-272

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Piccolo, L. and Alani, H. (2016) Strategies and Tools to Raise Energy Awareness Collectively, Behave 2016 - 4th European Conference on Behaviour and Energy Efficiency, Coimbra, Portugal, pp. 12

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Piccolo, L., (2016) Climate Change Engagement: Results of a Multi-Task Game with a Purpose, Workshop: SWEEM 2016 - the 1st International Workshop on the Social Web for Environmental and Ecological Monitoring at 10th International AAAI Conference on Web and Social Media, Cologne, Germany The Workshops of the 10th Intl. AAAI Conf. on Web and Social Media: Technical Reports WS-16-16, AAAI

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Piccolo, L., Baranauskas, C. and Azevedo, R. (2016) A socially inspired energy feedback technology: challenges in a developing scenario, AI & Society, pp. 1-17, Springer

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Maciel, C., Hornung, H., Piccolo, L., Prates, R. and Pereira, V. (2015) Challenge 4. Human Values, in eds. Baranauskas, C., de Souza, C., Pereira, R., I GranDIHC-BR - Grand Research. Challenges in Human-Computer Interaction in Brazil, Brazilian Computer Society | SBC

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Huizenga, J., Piccolo, L., Wippo, M., Meili, C. and Bullen, A. (2015) Shedding Lights on Human Values: an Approach to Engage Families with Energy Conservation, 15th IFIP TC.13 International Conference on Human-Computer Interaction - INTERACT 2015, Springer

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Piccolo, L. and Alani, H. (2015) Perception and behaviour towards climate change and energy saving, EnviroInfo &ICT4S 2015: Building the Knowledge Base for Environmental Action and Sustainability, Copenhagen, Denmark

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, g., Mulholland, P., He, Y. and Alani, H. (2015) Predicting Answering Behaviour in Online Question Answering Communities, 26th Conference on Hypertext and Social Media, Cyprus

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Piccolo, L. and Smith, C. (2015) Designing to raise collective awareness and leverage energy savings, Poster at 2015 British Human Computer Interaction Conference (British HCI' 15), Lincoln, UK, pp. 289-290, ACM

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Piccolo, L. and ElBanhawy, E. (2015) Engaging Community with Energy: Challenges and Design approaches, Workshop: Sustainable HCI in the UK at British Human Computer Interaction Conference, Lincoln, UK

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Piccolo, L. and Pereira, R. (2015) Clarifying culture in technology design: what, why, and how we think about it, Workshop: CULTECH2015: Cultural Diversity and Technology Design Workshop at 7th International Communities and Technologies Conference (C&T 2015)

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, g., He, Y., Mulholland, P. and Alani, H. (2015) Modelling Question Selection Behaviour in Online Communities, Poster at Companion Proceedings of the 2015 International Conference on the World Wide Web, Florence, Italy

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Piccolo, L., Baranauskas, C., Fernandez, M., De Liddo, A. and Alani, H. (2014) Energy Consumption Awareness in the Workplace: Technical Artefacts and Practices, IHC 2014 - Brazilian Symposium on Human Factors in Computer Systems, pp. 41-50, Sociedade Brasileira de Computação

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Fernandez, M., Scharl, A., Bontcheva, K. and Alani, H. (2014) User Profile Modelling in Online Communities, Workshop: SWCS'14 Third International Workshop on Semantic Web Collaborative Spaces, 2014 at 13th International Semantic Web Conference (ISWC 2014)

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Piccolo, L., Alani, H., De Liddo, A. and Baranauskas, C. (2014) Motivating online engagement and debates on energy consumption, ACM Web Science 2014, Bloomington, US, pp. 109-118, ACM

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Arniani, M., Badii, A., De Liddo, A., Georgi, S., Passani, A., Piccolo, L. and Teli, M. (2014) Collective Awareness Platform for Sustainability and Social Innovation: An Introduction Collective Awareness Platform for Sustainability and Social Innovation: An Introduction

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