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This is a first of a series of interdisciplinary workshops, hosted this year at Mobisys 2015, that wish to build on a recent successful Dagstuhl seminar on DIY networking. That seminar brought together a highly diverse group of researchers and practitioners to reflect on technological and social issues related to the use of local wireless networks that operate outside the public Internet; see our final report, which documents our interdisciplinary exchanges and the description of selected case studies for which DIY networking solutions can facilitate the creative interplay between technological and human networks in the city.

DIY networking in action


The technical programme has been announced and includes both conceptual and experiential entries with DIY networking applications, and novel scientific contributions on important technical questions in an effort to make one more step toward facilitating interdisciplinary exchanges around the complex design space defined by DIY networking solutions. We are very proud to have with us key people coming from different domains that are close to the common object of enquiry, DIY networking, in order to engage in a more creative interplay between technological and human networks in the city.


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