2016

Foley, R., Keeler, L., Harlow, J., Bernstein, M. Urban planning and techno-science: Exploring knowledge asymmetries and future imaginaries – The case of self-driving cars. Presented at the Society for Social Studies of Science / European Association for the Study of Science and Technology. Barcelona, Spain.

2016

Nebeker, C., Harlow, J. Connected and Open Research Ethics. Presented at Arizona State University’s Conference on Governance of Emerging Technologies: Law, Policy & Ethics. Tempe, AZ.

2016

Hekler, E., Klasnja, P., Phatak, S., Klein, D., Choe, E. K., Harlow, J. Designing Digital Health Interventions: A Workshop on How to Create Usable, Enjoyable, and Effective Digital Health User Experiences. Presented at the 37th Annual Meeting and Scientific Sessions of the Society for Behavioral Medicine. Washington, DC.

2016

Johnston, E.W. Keynote: Future Directions: Using social media to understand public will, harness local expertise, and deepen engagement. UCF Public Administration Research Conference. Orlando, Florida.

2016

Kelley, T.M., Johnston, E.W. (August, 2016). Organizational Learning for Open Innovation Adoption: Insights from administrative intermediaries. Open User and Innovation Conference, Harvard Business School, Boston. 

2016

Johnston, E.W. Studying Data-driven and Collaborative Innovations in Governance. The TicTec Impacts of Civic Technology Conference. Barcelona, Spain. 

2016

Kelley, T.M, Kelley, L., & Johnston, E.W. (March 2016). eGovenrment to eGovernance: Technology Contributions to Public Sector Collaboration. New Traditions in Public Administration. ASPA Annual Conference, Seattle, WA.

2015

Harlow, J. Intervening in the Design of Decision Environments. Presented at the Policy Studies Organization Dupont Summit 2015. Washington, DC.

2015

Warren, A., Foley, R., Richter, J., Archambault, L., Ahmad, O., & Harlow, J. Crafting digital stories to strengthen and extend STS concepts and critical thinking skills beyond the field. Proceedings from the Social Studies of Science 2015 (pp. 47). Denver, CO: 4S.

2015

Harlow, J., Keeler, L. Anticipatory Governance of Autonomous Vehicles. Presented at the Society for the Study of Nanoscience and Emerging Technologies Conference. From Nanotechnologies to Emerging Technologies: Toward a Global Responsibility. Montreal, Canada.

2015

Harlow, J., Kurz, L., Patterson, V., Sarewitz, D. Decoupling Certainty from Uncertainty. Presented at the Conference on Complex Systems. Phoenix, AZ.

2015

Kelley, T.M., Johnston, E.W. Open government and participatory design: views of public administrators. By the People Democracy Conference. Tempe, Arizona.

2015

Uebelherr, J., Hondula, D.M., Johnston, E.W. Improved Participatory Model of the Phoenix Heat Relief Network. By the People Democracy Conference. Tempe, Arizona.

2015

Park, C.H., Johnston, E.W. Participatory information networks and citizensourcing in response to natural disasters: From the perspective of public engagement. The Conference on Participatory Democracy, Civic Engagement and Citizenship Education. Tempe, Arizona.

2015

Longo, J. Hondula, D.M., Kuras, E.R., Smith, H., Sevig, M., Johnston, E.W. Big Data for Policy Making: Implications of the Digitally Invisible. 2015 International Conference on the Partnership for Progress on the Digital Divide. Scottsdale, Arizona.

2015

Hondula, D.M., Kuras, E.R., Johnston, E.W., Ruddell, B.L., Harlan, S.L. The missing link on connecting extreme heat to health outcomes: Individually Experienced Temperatures (IETs). 2015 Annual Meeting of the International Society of Exposure Science. Henderson, Nevada.

2015

Uebelherr, J., Hondula D.M., Eneboe, J., & Johnston E.W. Extreme Heat Relief Availability Agent Based Analysis of an ad-hoc Voluntary Cooling Center Network of Community and Public Organizations. American Meteorological Society. Phoenix, Arizona. 

2015

Johnston, E.W. (2015, August). Using Participatory Modeling to Enable Local Innovation through Complexity Governance. Academy of Management. Vancouver, British Columbia.

2015

Johnston, E.W., Almirall, E., Brunswicker, S., & Mergel, I. (2015, August). Chair: Opening Governance with a Public Intent: Studying Opening Governance at Multiple Scales. Academy of Management. Vancouver, British Columbia. 

2015

Johnston, E.W. (2015, June). Strengths and Weaknesses of Using Collaborative Governance Approaches in Health Care Delivery. Public Management Research Association Conference. Minneapolis, Minnesota. 

2015

Kelley, T.M., & Johnston, E.W. (2015, June). 10,000 Solutions – Institutional Readiness to Act on Open Innovation. Public Management Research Association Conference. Minneapolis, Minnesota. 

2015

Longo, J., & Johnston, E.W. (2015, June). Public Sector Open Innovation: Loose Meaning, Tight Barriers. Public Management Research Association Conference. Minneapolis, Minnesota. 

2015

Uebelherr, J. & Johnston, E.W. (2015, June). Using Participatory Modeling to Enable Local Innovation through Complexity Governance. Public Management Research Association Conference. Minneapolis, Minnesota. 

2014

Kelley, T.M., & Johnston, E.W. (2014, March). Evolving Research and Management of Participatory Platforms. The American Society for Public Administration (ASPA)’s 75th Annual Conference. Washington, D.C. 

2014

Park, C.H., Johnston, E.W., & Krishnamurthy, R. (2014, March). Complexity governance: Articulating the evolution of collaborative governance and open government. The American Society for Public Administration (ASPA)’s 75th Annual Conference. Washington, D.C. 

2014

Rashmi Krishnamurthy, Dara M. Wald, Erik W. Johnston, Ajay Vinze A Scenario‐based Evaluation: The Influence of Power & Resource Differences on Collaborative Decision Making AAAS Conference, February 13-17, 2014, Chicago, IL.

2014

Johnston, E.W. Keynote: Governance as a Complex System. 3rd SKIN (Simulating Knowledge and Innovation Networks). Budapest, Hungary.

2014

Wald, D.M., Johnston, E.W., Leong, K., & Ogden, L. The Challenge of Networked Governance for Large Landscapes and Natural Resource Conservation. Pathways 2014 Conference: Integrating Human Dimensions into Fish and Wildlife Management. Estes Park, Colorado.  

2014

Wald, D.M., Johnston, E.W. & Vinze, A. The Dynamics of Shared Governance for Collaborative Wildlife Management. Pathways 2014 Conference: Integrating Human Dimensions into Fish and Wildlife Management. Estes Park, Colorado.

2014

Park, C., & Johnston, E.W. Collaborative Public Leadership in Complex Governance Systems. Academy of Management. Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. 

2014

Wald, D.M., Johnston, E.W., & Vinze. A. Understanding the Influence of Power on Collaborative Decision Making for the Management of Natural Resources. North American Congress for Conservation Biology. Missoula, Montana. 

2014

Johnston, E.W., Mergel, I., Derrick, C., Farrell, H., and West, D. (2014, August). The Digital Revolution and Open Government in the U.S.: Where do we Stand? American Society of Public Administration. Washington, D.C. 

2014

Johnston, E.W. (2014, August). Towards Government 2.0: Open Data and Innovation through Cross-Sector Collaboration. Academy of Management. Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. 

2014

Johnston, E.W. (2014, August). Crowdsourcing in Socially Contested Issue Areas- First Steps Towards an AoM Expert Network. Academy of Management. Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. 

2013

Manikandan Vijayakumar Sustainability, Collaboration and Uncertainty: A Scenario-based Evaluation of Water Issues for Desert Cities Applying Technology 2013 AAAS Conference Annual Meeting. Boston, MA.

2013

Rashmi Krishnamurthy, Erik Johnston, Ajay Vinze Fostering empathy in collaborative decision making to reduce conflict and improve collective outcomes with interactive computer simulation. Public Managment Research Conference, June 20-22, 2013, Madison, WI.

2013

Johnston, E.W., and Kelley, T.M. (2013, June). A Study of the Evolving 10,000 Solutions Challenge Platform: Insights on Participation, Administration, and Design. Public Management Research Conference. Madison, Wisconsin.

2013

Kelley, T., and Johnston, E.W. Mastering Challenge Platforms. American Society of Public Administration Annual Conference. New Orleans, Louisiana.