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SENSE4US publication accepted to the ICPPSS 2015: the 17th International conference on Public policy and Social Sciences, 25th-26th June 2015, Paris, France

Mr. Osama Ibrahim, our partner from Stockholm University, is the co-author of the "Text Analysis to Support Structuring and Modelling a Public Policy Problem-Outline of an Algorithm to Extract Inferences from Textual Data" publication related to the Decision Support work package of the project. The objective behind this study is to support modelling of public policy problem situations, using text analysis of verbal descriptions of the problem. The publication was presented during the ICPPSS 2015 that took place this June in Paris.

SENSE4US Newsletter Issue No.6, June 2015 - published and available online!

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eGovLab introduces SENSE4US project to Mr. Max Andersson, MEP in Group of the Greens/European Free Alliance

Mr. Max Andersson, MEP in Group of the Greens/European Free Alliance, from Miljöpartiet, visited eGovlab in Stockholm University on May 29th, 2015. He was accompanied with his political advisor and met by our partner, Dr. Somya Joshi from eGovlab. An enthusiastic proponent of open source, transparency and advanced decision support within the EP, Mr. Andersson was curious about the tools being developed within the SENSE4US Project. He was given a brief introduction on the initiative, as well as a hands-on introduction to the prototype being developed. The response of Mr. Andersson and his support team was a very positive one and they are keen to be in touch with us during the second leg of our end user engagement as well as prototype development.

UI Workshop: SENSE4US Design team met in Stockholm on June 17th, 2015

The SENSE4US toolkit's User Interface (UI) has to communicate complex concepts to users, who are not experts in the research fields of the project. What emerges from this is a genuine need to present SENSE4US results to end users in an intuitive manner. Towards this end, Stockholm University hosted a workshop on 17 June 2015, bringing together developers and users of the SENSE4US project with creative and media specialists from Hyper Island with the aim of generating new ideas for the Sense4us toolkit's front end and making it more usable.

Sense4us Newsletter Issue No.5 - published and available online!

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