Since 2004, Microsoft Research (MSR) has sponsored an annual
symposium on social computing that has brought together academic
and industry researchers, developers, writers, and influential
commentators in order to open new lines of communication among
previously disconnected groups.
The 2015 symposium will focus on the theme of "consequences,"
with four half-day sessions devoted to the topics of consequences
of new hardware (organized by Brady Forrest), consequences of user
manipulation (organized by Liz Lawley), consequences of humanizing
systems (organized by Kati London), and consequences of design
(organized by Fiona Romeo).
This website allows participants in this year's symposium to
modify their contact and attendance information, and to obtain
information about travel and lodging for the event.
If you believe you should have access to this site, but are
unable to log in, please contact Lili Cheng directly, at firstname.lastname@example.org.