Design, Sustainability & ICT
The term “IT-industrialization” is one of the buzzwords of today’s business informatics. IT-industrialization is the transfer of traditional industrial methods and processes to information technology (IT). In the “classic” industrialization, the question of design of (physical) products became more and more significant. This raises the question if and how the design is important within the information and communication technology (ICT).
Good design is the key to greater environmental friendliness and sustainability of products. This also applies to ICT products and IT ecosystems.
Focus points for the sessions are (not limited to):
- Sustainable Software Design
- Sustainable Hardware Design
- Sustainable User Experience (DIN EN ISO 9241-210)
- Sustainable IT-industrialization
- Principles and thesis on sustainable design of ICT and ICT ecosystems
Presentation of research papers:
- Green ICT Research and Challenges by Patricia Lago, Roberto Verdecchia, Fabio Ricchiuti, Albert Hankel, Giuseppe Procaccianti (20 min presentation, 5 min discussion)
- Towards an Open Platform for Establishing Sustainable ICT Products by Stefan Wunderlich, Jad Asswad, Georg Hake, Jorge Marx Gómez (20 min presentation, 5 min discussion)
- Sustainable Software Design for Very Small Organizations by Stefanie Lehmann, Hans-Knud Arndt (20 min presentation, 5 min discussion)
- Software Development Guidelines for Performance and Energy: Initial Case Studies by Christian Bunse, Andre Rohde (20 min presentation, 5 min discussion)