The 3rd Citizen Cyberscience Summit will be held in London, February 20-22, 2014. This summit is a major Citizen Cyberscience event. On the first day the scene will be set - hearing from some of the leading figures in citizen science and exploring the process of public engagement and participation, outreach of citizen science to the developing world, and the undertaking of "extreme" citizen science projects, in rain forests, the arctic tundra, or urban jungles.
On the second day experts will discuss the hardware and software that powers citizen cyberscience. There will be panel discussions with citizen scientists about participation and engagement, and a showcase of new and future citizen science projects.
On the third day the Hack Day will continue with workshops about developing hardware and software prototypes, lightning talks with demos and mock-ups, and an Open Space to work on ideas and challenges. The organizers will wrap up the day with a Hack Day Show and Tell and a Reception.
There are several presentations about Desktop Grids and Crowd computing and several IDGF members talk about related projects:
- On Thursday, Juan Hindo will talk about World Community Grid and Volunteer Computing on Mobile Phones.
- On Friday, Ofer Arazy, Associate Professor at University of Alberta, presents "The effects of online motivational stimuli on the likelihood of contribution to volunteer computing initiatives".
- IDGF member Fermin Serrano will lead a "Workshop on Policy recommendations to support Citizen Science in Europe" with crowd computing implications as well.
- On Friday IDGF member Peter Hannape, will talk about a Desktop Grid related topic: P2P Food Lab.
- On Saturday IDGF member Ben Segal will talk about LHC@home: new perspectives in citizen cyberscience for particle physics".
- This presentation is followed by IDGF member Ad Emmen talking about "Desktop Grid with Raspberry Pi - Setting up a Crowd computing demo corner to explain distributed computing".