Participation in Seminars and Workshops

Updated June 2018

SELECTED KEYNOTE ADDRESSES (9)

K9   Tapia A. (2018, May). Developing for the Last Mile of Crisis: Where Analytics End and Community and Organization Begin. Keynote Address at International Conference on Information Systems for Crisis Response and Management (ISCRAM). Rochester, NY.

K8   Tapia, A. (2018, April). Opening Ceremony Keynote Address for The iSchool Inclusion Institute. Keynote Address at University of Pittsburgh – School of Computing and Information. Pittsburgh, PA.

K7   Tapia, A. (2017, December). Social Media Data and Platform Use by Emergency Management. Keynote Address at Mission Critical Partners. State College, PA.

K6   Tapia, A. (2017, November). The Potential for Social Media Data and Platform Use by Public Safety Answering Points. Keynote Address at Early Adopters Summit, Mission Critical Partners and the Council of Governments of North Texas. Arlington, TX.

K5   Tapia, A. (2017, May). Scanning the Landscape of Social Media for Disaster Response and Recovery. Keynote Address at International Conference on Information Systems for Crisis Response and Management (ISCRAM). Albi, France.

K4   Tapia, A.  (2014, March). Crowd Participation in Identifying the Bomb and Bomber from the Boston Marathon Bombing. Keynote Address at Åre Risk Event. Åre, Sweden.

K3   Tapia, A. (2014, February). Narrative, History, Audio, and Imagery in an Interdisciplinary Landscape Course: Everyday and Advanced Technologies in Citizen Science Story Maps. Keynote Address at Social Media, Technologies and Participatory Citizen Science. Athens, GA.

K2   Tapia, A. (2010, June). Women in Information Science. Keynote Address at The 89th Annual Graduate Women in Science National Meeting and Symposium. State College, PA.

K1   Tapia, A. (2009, February). Keynote Address at Workshop for the Science of Socio-technical Systems. Chapel Hill, NC.

 

INVITED PRESENTATIONS AND PANELS (41)

I41  Tapia, A. (2017, December). Mobile Data and Social Media Platforms Use Are Disrupting Emergency Operations. Invited Address at Mission Critical Partners Webinar. Online.

I40  Tapia, A. (2017, July). Socio-Technical Scholarship in the Future. Invited Address at Consortium for Socio-Technical Scholars – Summer Institute (CSST). Isle of Palms, SC.

I39  Tapia, A. (2016, July). Social Media use and verification by emergency responders. Invited Address at University of Costa Rica. San Jose, Costa Rica. 40 in attendance.

I38  Tapia, A. (2016, June). Collective Mapping of Ash Falls – Turrialba Volcano 2016. Invited Address at University of Costa Rica. San Jose, Costa Rica.

I37  Tapia, A. (2016, June). Crowdsourcing and Citizen Science in Emergency Management. Invited Address at University of Costa Rica. San Jose, Costa Rica.

I36  Tapia, A. (2016, May). State of the Union – ISCRAM Community – Program Chair. Invited Address at International Conference on Information Systems for Crisis Response and Management (ISCRAM). Rio de Janeiro, Brazil.

I35  Tapia, A. (2016, January). The Digital Neighborhood Watch. Invited Address at University of Colorado – School of Information. Boulder, CO.

I34  Tapia, A. (2015, October). The Technology-Mediated Verification Pause in Disaster Notifications. Invited Address at Syracuse University –  School of Information. Syracuse, NY

I33  Tapia, A. (2015, October). Disaster Notifications and the Dangerous Elongation of the Verification Pause. Invited Address at Michigan State University – School of Information. East Lansing, MI.

I32  MacDonald, E., Tapia, A., LaLone, N., Case, N., Hall, M., Heavner, M. (2015, May). Dispatches from the Field, Engaging the Public: Best Practices for Crowdsourcing Across the Disciplines. Leader and Organizer at National Forum in Crowdsourcing for Libraries and Archives: Creating a Crowdsourcing Consortium. College Park, MD.

I31  Tapia, A. (2015, May). Panel on Information Systems for Ebola response and research. Leader and Organizer at International Conference on Information Systems for Crisis Response and Management (ISCRAM). Kristiansand, Norway.

I30  MacDonald, E., Tapia, A., LaLone, N., Case, N., Hall, M., Heavner, M. (2015, May). Using Citizen Science and Crowdsourcing via Aurorasaurus as a Near Real Time Data Source for Heliophysics Applications. Invited Address at NASA Headquarters – Science Mission Directorate brown-bag series. Washington, D.C.

I29  MacDonald, E., Tapia, A., LaLone, N., Case, N., Hall, M., Heavner, M. (2015, March). Using Tweets and Ground Truth for Innovative Methods in Space Science. Invited Address at Inner Magnetosphere Coupling (IMC-III) Workshop. Los Angeles, CA.

I28  Tapia, A., Lalone, N., MacDonald, E.A., Hall, M. (2014, November). AURORASAURUS: Citizen Science, Early Warning Systems and Space. Invited Address at Conference on Human Computation & Crowdsourcing (HCOMP) –Citizen + X: Volunteer-Based Crowdsourcing in Science, Public Health, and Government Workshop. Pittsburgh, PA.

I27  Tapia, A. (2014, August). Mobile Technologies, Mobile Mapping for Emergencies in the Developing World. Invited Address at University of Costa Rica – Central American School of Geology – Department of Seismology, Vulcanology and Geophysical Research. San Jose, Costa Rica.

I26  Tapia, A. (2014, July). Invited Address at University of Missouri – Consortium of Socio-Technical Scholars (CSST) – Summer Institute. Columbia, MO.

I25  Tapia, A. (2014, May). Crowdsourcing Crisis Response: The Boston Marathon Bombing. Panel Organizer and Panel Presented at International Conference on Information Systems for Crisis Response and Management (ISCRAM). State College, PA.

I24  Tapia, A. (2013, June). Tropical Botanical Garden (China) sustainability and biodiversity conservation in the tropics. Invited Address at National Science Foundation (NSF)-funded Workshop with Organization for Tropical Studies (OTS-Costa Rica), The Xishuangbanna Tropical Botanical Garden-Chinese Academy of Sciences (XTBG-CAS), and the Center for Tropical Forest Science (CTFS-Smithsonian). Las Cruces, Costa Rica.

I23  Tapia, A. (2012, November). Technologies for Improved Disaster Response: The Case for Law, Radios and Collaboration in Costa Rica. Invited Address at The Pennsylvania State University – Fulbright Speaker Series. State College, PA.

I22  Tapia, A. (2012, October). Invited Address at International Conference Crisis Mappers. Washington, D.C

I21  Tapia, A. (2012, October). Technologies for Improved Disaster Response: The Case for Law, Radios and  Collaboration in Costa Rica. Invited Address at The Pennsylvania State University – College of Information Sciences and Technology. State College, PA.

I20  Tapia, A. (2012, May). The Internet and Social Media in Emergency Management and Response. Invited Address at The National Commission for Emergencies of Costa Rica. San Jose, Costa Rica.

I19  Tapia, A. (2012, April). Technologies in Disaster Management and Response. Invited Address at USAID – Forum on the Development of a National Higher Education in Risk Management and Emergency Response in Costa Rica. San Jose, Costa Rica.

I18  Tapia, A. (2012, March). Information in Emergencies. Masters Presentation at University of Costa Rica – Gestion del Riesgo en Desastres y Atención de Emergencias. San Jose, Costa Rica.

I17  Tapia, A. (2012, February). ICTs and Emergency Response. Invited Address at University of Costa Rica – University Colloquium. San Jose, Costa Rica.

I16  Tapia, A. (2012, January). Socio-Technical Theory and Complex Emergencies. Invited Address at University of Costa Rica – Central American School of Geology, Department of Seismology, Vulcanology and Geophysical Research University of Costa Rica. San Jose, Costa Rica.

I15  Yen, J., Caragea, C., Kim, H. W., Mitra, P., Giles, C. L., Tapia, A., Jansen, B. J., Wu, D., Jaiswal, A., Traylor, G., Maslowski, A., Ngamassi, L.-M. (2011, September). EMERSE: Enhanced Messaging for the Emergency Response Sector. Invited Address at National Science Foundation (NSF) RAPID Workshop – Haiti. Arlington, VA.

I14  Tapia, A., Ocker, R., Rosson, M., Blodgett, B., Ryan, T., (2010, October). Information Science Approaches to Studying Virtual Organizations: A Panel. Panel Presented at The American Society for Information Science and Technology (ASIST). Pittsburgh, PA.

I13  Tapia, A. (2009, November). …and Communications for All: A Policy Agenda for the New Administration. Book Launch Given to the Obama Transition Team November 23rd, 2008. Presented to Congress January 26th, 2009. New America Foundation. Appeared on CSPAN 3.

I12  Tapia, A. (2009, February). Gaming and Virtual Worlds Panel. Invited Address at IST Graduate Symposium. State College, PA.

I11  Tapia, A. (2008, September). The Future of American Broadband Policy. Invited Address at Telecommunication Policy Research Conference (TPRC). Washington, D.C.

I10  Tapia, A., Smith, M., Giles, L., Adamic, L., Vespigani, A., Foley, H., Smith, B. (2008, February). Round Table on Social Network Analysis. Panel Presented at iConference. Los Angeles, CA.

I9     Tapia, A. (2008, January – February). Gaming and Virtual Worlds. Panel Presented at IST Graduate Symposium. State College, PA.

I8     Tapia, A. (2007, November). CWIRP: Community Wireless Infrastructure Research Project. Invited Address at University of Toronto and Ryerson University. Toronto, ON.

I7     Tapia, A. and Maitland, C. (2007, October). Global Symposium Analysis. Invited Address at United Nations Office of Coordination for Humanitarian Affairs (OCHA) Global Symposium. Geneva, Switzerland.

I6     Tapia, A. (2006, November) Social Sciences and Humanities Research Council (SSHRC). Invited Address at University of Toronto and Ryerson University. Toronto, ON.

I5     Tapia, A. and Sawyer, S. (2004, June). Organizational Articulation Change and Growth: Mobile Technology and Criminal Justice Personnel. Invited Address at Napier University – Workshop on Understanding Socio-technical Action. Edinburgh, UK.

I4     Sawyer, S. and Tapia, A. (2003, October), Mobility, Work and Governance: A Field Study of Public Safety. Invited Address at Case Western University – Ubiquitous Computing Workshop. Cleveland, OH.

I3     Tapia, A. (2003, April). The Dot Com Bubble and Gender: Some Implications for the IT Industry. Invited Address at The Pennsylvania State University Labor Studies and Industrial Relations 60th Anniversary Symposium – Workplace Issues for the 21st Century (Diversity, Work and Family, etc). State College, PA.

I2     Sawyer, S. and Tapia, A. (2003, March). From Findings to Theories: Speculating on the Future of Social Informatics. Invited Address at University of California at Irvine – National Science Foundation and the Center for Research on Information Technology and Organizations – Social Informatics Workshop. Irvine, CA.

I1     Sawyer, S. and Tapia, A. (2003, March). Invited Address at National Science Foundation and the Center for Research on Information Technology and Organizations. Irvine, CA.

 

PARTICIPATION IN SEMINARS AND WORKSHOPS (22)

S22 Tapia, A. and S.R. Hiltz (2015, May) Qualitative Research Methods for Crisis Informatics: Focus on Semi-structured Interviews. Leader and Organizer at International Conference on Information Systems for Crisis Response and Management (ISCRAM). Kristiansand, Norway.

 

S21 MacDonald, E., Tapia, A., LaLone, N., Case, N., Hall, M., Heavner, M. (2015, May). Using Citizen Science and Crowdsourcing via Aurorasaurus as a Near Real Time Data Source for Heliophysics Applications. Workshop Participant at NASA Headquarters – Science Mission Directorate brown-bag series. Washington, D.C.

 

S20 MacDonald, E., Tapia, A., LaLone, N., Case, N., Hall, M., Heavner, M. (2015, April). Opportunities in the First Solar Maximum with Social Media. Workshop Participnat at 2015 Space Weather Workshop. Boulder, CO.

S19 Lalone, N., Tapia, A., MacDonald, E., & Hall, M. (2015). DEMO: Multi-Sensor Early Warning Systems: Hybrid Communal Alerts for Aurora Borealis Viewing. In Computer Supported Collaborative Work (CSCW). Vancouver, BC, Canada.

 

S18 MacDonald, E., Tapia, A., LaLone, N., Case, N., Hall, M., Heavner, M. (2015, March). Using Tweets and Ground Truth for Innovative Methods in Space Science. Workshop Participant at Inner Magnetosphere Coupling (IMC-III) Workshop. Los Angeles, CA.

 

S17 Tapia, A. (2015, July). Workshop Participant and Mentor at Consortium for Sociotechnical Systems (CSST) Summer Institute. Colorado Springs, CO.

 

S16 Tapia, A. (2014, July). Workshop Participant at University of Missouri – Consortium of Socio-Technical Scholars (CSST) Summer Institute. Columbia, MO.

 

S15 Tapia, A. (2014, December). National Science Foundation (NSF) Funded Workshop on Multi-disciplinary Research Needs in Disaster Response Logistics. Invited Participant at University of Delaware – Disaster Research Center. Newark, DE.

 

S14 Tapia, A., Lalone, N., MacDonald, E.A., Hall, M. (2014, November). AURORASAURUS: Citizen Science, Early Warning Systems and Space. Workshop Participant at Conference on Human Computation & Crowdsourcing (HCOMP) –Citizen + X: Volunteer-Based Crowdsourcing in Science, Public Health, and Government Workshop. Pittsburgh, PA.

 

S13 Tapia, A. (2013, June). NSF collaborative research and education initiatives in biodiversity and sustainability in the tropics. Workshop Participant at National Science Foundation (NSF)-funded Workshop with Organization for Tropical Studies (OTS-Costa Rica), The Xishuangbanna Tropical Botanical Garden-Chinese Academy of Sciences (XTBG-CAS), and the Center for Tropical Forest Science (CTFS-Smithsonian). Costa Rica.

 

S12 Tapia, A. (2013, June). Workshop Participant and Mentor at Consortium for Socio-Technical Scholars (CSST) Summer Institute. College Park, MD.

 

S11 Tapia, A. (2012, October). Workshop Participant at International Conference Crisis Mappers. Washington, D.C.

 

S10 Yen, J., Caragea, C., Kim, H. W., Mitra, P., Giles, C. L., Tapia, A., Jansen, B. J., Wu, D., Jaiswal, A., Traylor, G., Maslowski, A., Ngamassi, L.-M. (2011, September). EMERSE: Enhanced Messaging for the Emergency Response Sector. Workshop Participant at National Science Foundation (NSF) RAPID Workshop – Haiti. Arlington, VA.

 

S9    Tapia, A., Ocker, R., Rosson, M. B., & Blodgett, B. (2010, February). Two-Layered Structures in Scientific Collaborations. Workshop Participant at Computer Supported Collaborative Work (CSCW). Savannah, GA. Retrieved from https://www.sci.utah.edu/images/Workshops/cscw2010/tapia_2.pdf

 

S8    Tapia, A. (2009, June). Workshop Participant at Syracuse University – Information School – National Science Foundation (NSF)-funded Workshop – Research Institute for the Science of Socio-technical Systems. Blue Mountain Lake, NY.

 

S7    Tapia, A. (2008, July). Workshop Participant at University of Michigan at Ann Arbor – National Science Foundation (NSF)-funded Workshop – Research Institute for the Science of Socio-technical Systems. Ann Arbor, MI.

 

S6    Yen, J., Maitland, C., & Tapia, A. (2007, January). Simulated Decision Making for ICT Coordination in Disaster Relief Using Cognitive Agents. Workshop Participation at AI in ICT for Development–Workshop at IJCAI, Twentieth International Joint Conference on Artificial Intelligence. Hyderabad, India. Retrieved from https://tinyurl.com/y77l27wn

 

S5    Tapia, A. (2005, Spring). Workshop Participant at Pennsylvania State University – Schreyer Honors College – Multicultural Teaching Academy. State College, PA.

 

S4    Tapia, A. (2004, November). Workshop Participant at National Science Foundation (NSF) Workshop on the IT Workforce. Philadelphia, PA.

 

S3    Tapia, A. and Sawyer, S. (2004, June). Organizational Articulation Change and Growth: Mobile Technology and Criminal Justice Personnel. Workshop Participant at Napier University – Workshop on Understanding Socio-technical Action. Edinburgh, UK.

 

S2    Sawyer, S. and Tapia, A. (2003, March). From Findings to Theories: Speculating on the Future of Social Informatics. Workshop Participant at University of California at Irvine – National Science Foundation (NSF) and the Center for Research on Information Technology and Organizations – Social Informatics Workshop. Irvine, CA.

 

S1    Sawyer, S. and Tapia, A. (2003, October), Mobility, Work and Governance: A Field Study of Public Safety. Workshop Participant at Case Western University – Ubiquitous Computing Workshop. Cleveland, OH.

 

TECHNICAL REPORTS/PROJECT REPORTS (14)

T14 Maitland, C., Tapia, A., Ngamassi, L.-M., & Maldonado, E. (2008). A Case Study of a Technical Coordination Body Among Humanitarian NGOs: NetHope. Prepared for NETHOPE.

T13 Maitland, C., & Tapia, A. (2007). Global Symposium +5 Information for Humanitarian Action First Follow-up Survey Report. Prepared for United Nations Office for the Coordination of Humanitarian Affairs (UN OCHA). Retrieved from http://cohort.ist.psu.edu/content/Publications/2007OCHA_final_report.pdf.

T12 Maitland, C., & Tapia, A. (2007). Global Symposium +5 Information for Humanitarian Action Survey Report. Prepared for United Nations Office for the Coordination of Humanitarian Affairs (UN OCHA).

T11 Maitland, C., & Tapia, A. (2007). Outcomes from the UN OCHA 2002 Symposium and HIN Workshops on Best Practices in Humanitarian Information Management and Exchange. Preapred for United Nations Office for the Coordination of Humanitarian Affairs (UN OCHA). Retrieved from http://cohort.ist.psu.edu/content/Publications/OCHA_2002_Symposium_and_Workshop_Assessment.pdf

T10 Sawyer, S., Tapia, A., & Newton, M. (2003). 3G Mobile Access to JNET: Second Interim Report of the Field Trial. Prepared for Lucent Technologies.

T9    Sawyer, S., Tapia, A., & Newton, M. (2003). 3G Mobile Access to JNET: Second Interim Report of the Field Trial. Prepared for Lucent Technologies.

T8    Sawyer, S., Tapia, A., & Newton, M. (2003). 3G Mobile Access to JNET: Final Report of the Field Trial. Prepared for Lucent Technologies.

T7    Research Team, Institute for Social Research (1997). Los Pasos- UNMH Evaluation”(Drug Affected Infant). Prepared for University of New Mexico Hospital.

T6    Research Team, Institute for Social Research (1996). New Mexico Boot Camp Planning Evaluation. Prepared for State of New Mexico Corrections Department.

T5    Research Team, Institute for Social Research (1996). Quay County Alcohol and Substance Abuse Coalition Project Evaluation. Prepared for Quay County, NM.

T4    Research Team, Institute for Social Research (1996). Oregon State Bar Minority Disparity Affirmative Action Evaluation. Prepared for Oregon State Bar.

T3    Research Team, Institute for Social Research (1995). Juvenile Community Corrections Evaluation. Prepared for State of New Mexico Corrections Department.

T2    Research Team, Institute for Social Research (1995). Adult Community Corrections Evaluation. Prepared for State of New Mexico Corrections Department.

T1    Research Team, Institute for Social Research (1995). New Mexico’s Primary Care Network – Medicaid Evaluation. Prepared for State of New Mexico Medicaid Program.