C&T 2021 will host two separate Case Studies tracks to target different audiences:
- The Research Track targets, among others, (applied) researchers, practitioners, and professionals working in the field of communities and technologies. Case Studies accepted to the Research Track result in a publication as part of the conference proceedings.
- The Community Track targets a wide variety of non-academic actors (individuals and organizations) working with technologies to effect community relations. Case Studies accepted to the Community Track can choose from a variety of formats to create adequate visibility of their cases to delegates at the conference.
Fees and travel
Accepted submissions to the Research as well as Community Track will be able to send one delegate paying only the early-bird fee if registering within five business days after notifications of acceptance. Beyond that and for additional delegates the full conference fee will be required after the early-bird registration deadline. If you need additional conference fee or travel budget assistance, please contact us and we will try our best to assist you. There may be limited funds available to attract submissions from organizations from developing countries, if you are interested to explore this option please also contact us at the email provided below.
Please send any questions and inquiries to the Case Studies chairs at
Apply for Funding to Attend C&T 2021
EUSSET (the European Society for Socially Embedded Technologies) is sponsoring a limited number of grants to support students and community organizations (especially from developing countries) to attend the Communities and Technologies 2021 conference taking place in Seattle in June 21-25 2021. If you are interested in applying for a grant, we will be posting our application form February 1, 2021.
Deadline for the application is May 3, 2021. You will be notified about the result of your application by May 7, 2021.