The workshop will be held at the Maternushaus in Quirinius room. Please take in account some time to go to the Foyer of Maternushaus to pick up your registration materials before the beginning of the workshops.

Download the detailed workshop program in pdf.



Accepted Papers:


Full Papers


Sofiane Abbar, Tahar Zanouda, Laure Berti-Equille and Javier Borge-Holthoefer.
Using Twitter to Understand Public Interest in Climate Change: The Case of Qatar

Chris Boulton, Humphrey Shotton and Hywel Williams.
Using social media to detect and locate wildfires


Short Papers


Julia Proskurnia, Karl Aberer and Philippe Cudre-Mauroux.
Please Sign to Save ... : When Petitions on Environmental Causes Succeed

Seung-Hoi Kim, Yu-I Ha, Meeyoung Cha, Jiyon Lee, Byoung-Jik Kim and Dong-Myung Lee.
Public Discourse on Environmental Pollution and Health in Korea: Tweets following the Fukushima Nuclear Accident

Anastasia Moumtzidou, Symeon Papadopoulos, Stefanos Vrochidis, Konstantinos Kourtidis, George Hloupis, Ilias Stavrakas, Konstantina Papachristopoulou, Christodoulos Keratidis and Yiannis Kompatsiaris.
Collection of Multimodal Environmental Data for Air Quality Estimation

Nataliya Tkachenko, Rob Procter and Stephen Jarvis.
From Kontrollverlust to Kontrollgewinn: Rediscovering meso-level in normative hierarchy of Integrated Water Management in England with help of on-line activities

Lara S. G. Piccolo, Miriam Fernandez, Harith Alani, Arno Scharl, Michael Föls and David Herring.
Climate Change Engagement: Results of a Multi-Task Game with a Purpose


Long Abstracts


Matteo Giuliani and Jacopo Mossina.
Reducing the intrusiveness of energy and water end-use disaggregation via social media and users interactions

Andrea Mauri, Eric Umuhoza and Marco Brambilla.
Model Driven Development of Social Media Applications for Environmental Monitoring

Sponsored by:



CHEST EU Project

SmartH2O EU Project