Cyberspace conference is an international conference focused on legal and social aspects of information and communication technologies (ICT). It is organized by Masaryk University, specifically the Faculty of Law in cooperation with the Faculty of Social Studies and European Academy of Law and ICT. IRTIS members are responsible for the streams devoted to social aspects of cyberspace, namely Psychology of Cyberspace, Internet and Society, and New Media and Politics. They are participating as panel discussants for keynote lectures and chairing the sessions oriented on the social aspects of cyberspace. They can also be found enjoying the coffee and open to chat during conference breaks.
The conference is held annually, traditionally during the last weekend in November, in Brno, Czech Republic. Since the first Cyberspace in 2003, the conference hosted a number of experts from various fields. The keynote speakers included, for instance, Michael W. Ross (University of Minnesota Twin Cities), Gustavo Mesch (University of Haifa), Jörg Matthes (University of Vienna), or S. Shyam Sundar (Pennsylvania State University) - to name a few from the social science side of the conference.
If you would like to present your research to esteemed colleagues from all over the world, do not hesitate to visit Cyberspace conference. It is a great opportunity to meet influential people in the area of research on ICT and society, and also to meet IRTIS members in their natural habitat.