Call for Papers

SIG Green Pre-ICIS Workshop

The 21st Annual Pre-ICIS Workshop on HCI Research in MIS

Pre-ICIS Workshop on Accounting Information Systems

Workshop on Information Systems in Asia Pacific

AI, Machine Learning and RPA: Applications, Issues and Systems

  • Link TBD

Fourteenth Annual AIS SIG Global Development Pre-ICIS Workshop

DIGIT 2022

AIS SIG Services Pre-ICIS Workshop

ACM SIG MIS Doctoral Dissertation Award

HITS- Health Information Technology Symposium (Formerly the SIG-Health Pre-ICIS Workshop)

AIM

SIG Education International Conference on Information Systems Education and Research

17th International Research Workshop on IT Project Management

SIG Cognitive Research – UNDERSTANDING CONFLICTS: LIVING TOGETHER IN AN INCREASINGLY DIGITAL AND DIVIDING WORLD

SIG DITE Plenary and Annual General Meeting

Pre-ICIS Workshop SIG SVC

BIGS 2022 Call for Papers – Bright Internet

Big Data for Business Ecosystems

Please note that deadlines are subject to change. Please contact the workshop organizer directly with any questions.

Ancillary Meetings & Workshops – Details

ADDITIONAL ICIS WORKSHOPS & ANCILLARY MEETINGS

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Wednesday, December 7

Location: VIRTUAL, 15:00 – 05:00 (Dec. 11)

The Bright Internet Global Summit (BIGS) 2022, a pre-ICIS workshop, will take place as a virtual workshop on December 7–8, 2022. The workshop is organized into two separate tracks: Academic and Practice. Sessions in Academic Track are directed toward academia and will feature presentations of original research, whereas sessions in Practice Track will consist of practical panels and discussions by industry experts and policymakers. Both AIS and non-AIS members are welcome to all sessions.

Saturday, December 10

Location:

IT-University of Copenhagen, Rued Langgaardsvej 7, 2300 Copenhagen.

Take the M1 metro from Bella Center (the conference venue) towards Vanløse, ride two stops, and leave at DR Byen and walk 800 meter to ITU. https://goo.gl/maps/iTR3ds1P8adzAXGS8

Location: ITU, 08:00 – 12:00

The AIS (Association for Information Systems) special interest group (SIG) on Information Systems in Asia Pacific (ISAP) is an academic platform for IS/MIS researchers/scholars in the world who are interested in IS issues in Asia Pacific.

Location: ITU, 08:00 – 18:00

The Global Development workshop addresses questions that provide new and meaningful definitions of Development, such as Can ICTs support the development that will lead to improvements in the lives of individuals, communities and regions? Paper Submissions and Panel Proposals should be uploaded to the EasyChair submission website for SIG GlobDev 2022 – https://easychair.org/conferences/?conf=sigglobdev2022 Any questions can be sent to Arlene Bailey: arlene.bailey@uwimona.edu.jm or Antonio Diaz Andrade: antonio.diaz@aut.ac.nz. Please include “SIG GlobDev Workshop” in the subject.

Location: ITU, 08:00 – 18:00 (Also, offered as virtual.)

The Workshop on e-Business (WeB) is a premier annual one-day workshop on e-Business and e-Commerce held in conjunction with the International Conference on Information Systems (ICIS). The purpose of WeB is to provide an open forum for e-Business researchers and practitioners world-wide, to share topical research findings, explore novel ideas, discuss success stories and lessons learned, map out major challenges, and collectively chart future directions for e-Business.

Location: ITU, 08:30 – 1:00

The Special Interest Group for IT Project Management (SIGITPROJMGMT) is sponsoring the 17th International Research Workshop on Information Technology Project Management. The workshop will feature research papers and one or more panels that focus on problems that cut across many traditional IS/T Project Management areas. The workshop will be held as an all-day hybrid-meeting in Copenhagen, Denmark, in conjunction with ICIS 2022.

PLEASE NOTE: If your paper is accepted, at least ONE author is required to attend the conference online or in person.

Location: ITU, 08:30 – 17:00

The IFIP Working Group 8.2’s pre-ICIS OASIS workshop on “Criticality and Values in Digital Transformation Research”

Location: ITU, 08:00 – 13:00

In the 2022 ICIS research workshop, SIGSI explores the adoption and use of emergent technologies and the possible DEI and ethical issues that come with digitization. While IS is fast evolving, so are concerns about the dark side of these technologies, especially when it comes to inclusion and ethical considerations of individuals. Consequently, we must understand the role of information systems in individuals’ and groups’ interaction and use of these technologies.

Location: ITU, 09:00 – 17:00

SIG ASYS cordially invites academics and practitioners from all over the world to present original research and/or to organize a panel discussion in the field of Accounting Information Systems (AIS). The workshop will focus on a wide range of topics and research methods at the intersection of accounting and information systems.

Location: ITU, 08:30 – 10:30

8:30 – 8:45: Welcome and SIG events by Ilan Oshri
8:45 – 9:15: A talk about recent trends in Sourcing, Heiner Himmelreich, Partner and Director Technology & Digital Advantage, Boston Consulting Group
9:15 – 9:45: A talk by an executive from the Danish Business Authority about AI Sourcing (TBC)
9:45 – 10:15: Panel on recent trends and opportunities in the area of Sourcing.
10:15 – 10:30: Prize-giving and concluding remarks


Global Sourcing Workshop, December 10th, 10:30 – 18:00, fees – about 65 USD (charge will be in NZD), will be a separate program and will include presentations of about 10 papers on sourcing issues. Each presentation will be about 30min (including a discussant and a Q&A session). Deadline to submit papers has passed, however we welcome anyone who would like to attend.

Please register using the following link: https://www.eventbrite.co.nz/e/global-sourcing-workshop-2022-tickets-430520657877

Location: ITU, 10:00 – 18:00

The nature of work and organizing is changing with the deeper embedding of modern new digital technologies in the workplace. We need therefore to consider the future digitization of workplace and organizing and how to digitise for the next generation. This is the theme for this workshop where we would like to discuss new and current research that improves or challenges our understanding of these themes.

Location: ITU, 10:00 – 16:00

This workshop is an annual event where prospective authors present their work for review and comment with a view to develop an article for publication in a Special Issue of the journal in late 2023

Location: ITU, 13:00 – 18:00

The 2022 French AIS (FRAIS) Pre-ICIS will be held on December 10, 2022. You will be able to submit your paper in French or English and present in any of these languages. The FRAIS workshop is a fantastic opportunity to discuss your work in progress: it is open to the French speaking community and beyond. We would like to highlight the conference theme track that invites forward looking research on digitization for the next generation.

Location: CBS, 13:00 – 17:00

Workshop on the emerging phenomenon of digitalization in the sports industry.

Location: ITU, 14:00 – 16:00

This half-day workshop focuses on a model for evaluating the digital maturity of incumbent and public organizations. Representatives of SCDI will present a research-based model and digital tool to measure digital maturity. The workshop aims to broaden the discussion around digital maturity beyond specific industries and national borders.

Location: ITU, 16:30 – 18:00

The workshop will focus on the strategies, models, technologies and tools for building Big Data applications, supporting the processes of business ecosystems, covering a range of topics, including Big Data infrastructure; Big Data governance; Big Data generation, acquisition, integration, analytics, and visualization; Big Data-driven intelligence; predictive and augmented analytics; Big Data as a Service; Big Data analytics in human-machine collaboration; complex Big Data applications in different arias. In addition, the workshop welcomes further relevant research.

Location: CBS, 08:00 – 16:30 (Also, offered as virtual.)

The 2022 Pre-ICIS SIGDSA Symposium on Analytics for Digital Frontiers will be held on December 10-11, 2022 in Copenhagen, Denmark and virtually. The (a) Research Track and (b) Teaching and Prototypes Track promise to bring together complementary aspects of research, pedagogy, and practice in the form of research talks, teaching case presentations, research prototype showcase, panels, and more.

Location: ITU, 13:30 – 16:30

The AIS Women’s Network (AISWN) College is pleased to sponsor the 3rd International Research Workshop on Women IS, and Grand Challenges. The aim of this workshop is to encourage research about, for or by women that explores the relationships between information systems and a variety of grand challenges.

Location: ITU, 09:00 – 16:00

The aim of this workshop is to provide a forum for scholars to exchange research ideas and results on Web3 and its applications.

Location: ITU, 10:30 – 18:00

Includes presentations of about 10 papers on sourcing issues. Each presentation will be about 30min (including a discussant and a Q&A session). Deadline to submit papers has passed, however we welcome anyone who would like to attend.

Please register using the following link: https://www.eventbrite.co.nz/e/global-sourcing-workshop-2022-tickets-430520657877

Location: Virtual, 17:00 – 18:30

Zoom Meeting Link: https://csumb.zoom.us/j/82286201364

Agenda:

  • Welcome, introductions, and report of CAL activities in 2022
  • CAL Bylaws and election of
  • President-elect
  • Secretary
  • Media and Outreach Director
  • CAL Panel tentatively titled “Best practices on instituting and engaging an Advisory Board”
  • Discussion on instituting a CAL Advisory Board
  • Input from members on future CAL events

Location: Virtual, 13:30 – 18:00

Registration Link

Sunday, December 11

Location: Bella Center

Location: Bella Center, 08:00 –  12:30

The DIGIT 2022 workshop provides an opportunity for researchers to come together and generate vibrant discussions and exchanges of ideas about how individuals, organizations, and societies can harness information technologies for the next generation. In addition to papers adhering to the theme of IT adoption and diffusion for the next generation, research in other IT adoption and diffusion research domains is also welcome.

Location: Bella Center, 09:00 –  15:15

The SIG Green Pre-ICIS Workshop provides an annual forum for the breadth of sustainability research in IS and thus contributes to further developing this important IS research domain. We invite papers employing a wide variety of methods. Interested authors submit extended abstracts which will be peer-reviewed by at least two reviewers. Successful abstracts will be shared with other workshop participants. After the pre-ICIS workshop, authors are invited to submit a final paper incorporating feedback.

Location: Bella Center, 08:00 – 17:00 (Also, offered as virtual.)

This is the premier annual event of the SIGHCI. The workshop will feature presentations of complete research papers and research-in-progress papers.

The best completed research papers from the workshop will be fast-tracked for publication consideration in the Journal of AIS Transaction on Human Computer Interaction (THCI).

Following the workshop a business meeting will be conducted, and all those interested in the SIGHCI are invited to attend.

Location: Virtual, 08:00 – 17:00

Do you teach Information Systems/Technologies or do you teach using IT?
Attend the Special Interest Group for Education Conference to focus on IS in Educational Research.

Location: Bella Center, 09:00 – 12:00

Join our SIG DITE Executive team – Robert Gregory, Jan Recker, Kathryn Brohman and Julian Lehmann – to learn more about our new strategic SIG DITE vision and celebrate the accomplishments of our community that earned helped us earn Outstanding SIG status for the 2nd consecutive year. We also need your help to shape how our community should move forward. At 315+ current members, please sign up early to secure your spot!

Location: Bella Center, 09:00 – 12:00

The workshop offers hands-on experience with ERPsim (using SAP S/4HANA), a simulation game that focuses on business outcomes, where participants learn about business processes and analytics using real business software.

Location: Bella Center, 08:30 to 12:30

The workshop brings together researchers, executives, and entrepreneurs from around the world with diverse expertise and disciplinary backgrounds to discuss and debate the latest and future developments on innovation and entrepreneurship with health and bio data. We invite scholars to submit and discuss extended abstracts.

Location: Bella Center, 13:00 – 17:00

The 5th DOTI-workshop on “The digitized individual – from quantified-self to metaverse” will be held in Copenhagen, Denmark, in conjunction with ICIS 2022 and is scheduled for 11 December 2022, 1:00 PM – 5:00 PM. To promote further impactful research on individuals, strong emphasis during the workshop will be given to paper development discussions, among others, facilitated by discussants providing direct feedback. As part of the workshop, an expert panel will provide thought-provoking discussions.

Location: Bella Center, 13:00 – 17:00

HITS-Health Information Technology Symposium (formerly the SIG Health Pre-ICIS Workshop) is a pre-conference activity of the International Conference on Information Systems (ICIS) hosted by the Special Interest Group: Health IT (SIGHEALTH). HITS provides a forum for those concerned with research on information technology in the context of healthcare. Most of the time is spent on roundtable discussions of related research to maximize helpful feedback to workshop participants.

Location: Bella Center, 09:00 – 12:00

The Mid-Career Workshop is an opportunity for IS scholars to reflect on their existing work and strategically plan for the next phase of their careers. This workshop is appropriate for any faculty member that has received tenure and is considering with a longer view the shape of the professional contribution(s) they want to make.

Location: Bella Center, 08:30 – 17:00

This workshop is a premier research forum for the leading researchers, practitioners, and doctoral students interested in information security, privacy, ethics and trust to exchange ideas and collaborate with the members of the SIGSEC community and others. More information at https://cybersecurity.fsu.edu/wisp/

Location: Bella Center, 08:30 – 17:00

As with previous SIG eGovernment pre-ICIS workshops, this joint workshop will be designed to provide the maximum opportunity for knowledge sharing and discussion of the abstracts submitted. The workshop will include brief formal presentations and discussions designed to help facilitate knowledge sharing among participants and to lay the foundation for future collaborations in digital government research. The discussions will be moderated to ensure opportunity for full participation.

Location: Bella Center, 09:30 – 14:00

This seminar reviews misconceptions on basic philosophical concepts commonly used in IS. Recognizing how these misconceptions concerning theory concepts may mislead IS research helps IS community to value other types of research contributions that may not meet the current ‘theory’ conventions. In this regard, the seminar also discusses why IS has no laws, and what is ”theory” in statistical and qualitative research, statistical models, process models, stage models and mechanism-based explanations.

Location: Bella Center, 08:00 – 17:00

Do you teach Information Systems/Technologies or do you teach using IT? Attend the Special Interest Group for Education Conference to focus on IS in Educational Research.”

Location: Bella Center, 09:00 – 17:00

Our workshop will address research in artificial intelligence, autonomous applications and robotic process automation (RPA).

Location: Bella Center, 14:00 – 17:00

We invite those interested in discussing how service research can conceptualize and investigate diverse facets of intelligent service and information systems. Based on participants’ various inputs, we aim to develop an idea about how service researchers in IS can contribute to advancing our knowledge on this particular topic, and discuss and plan the next steps on how we can proceed in future work, for example, by publishing a panel report.

Location: Bella Center, 14:30 – 17:00

The organizing committee for the SIG Cognitive Research Workshop invites research papers for its Eighteen Annual meeting to be held during ICIS 2022 in a Hybrid format. In addressing IS research questions, these papers are expected to use theories and methods from the cognitive and psychological sciences.

This year, our SIG CORE workshop proposes a focus on Cognitive IS, Positive Design, Sustainable Development, and Conflict Resolution.

Location: Bella Center, 14:30 – 17:00

The organizing committee for the SIG Cognitive Research Workshop invites research papers for its Eighteen Annual meeting to be held during ICIS 2022 in a Hybrid format. In addressing IS research questions, these papers are expected to use theories and methods from the cognitive and psychological sciences.

This year, our SIG CORE workshop proposes a focus on Cognitive IS, Positive Design, Sustainable Development, and Conflict Resolution.

Monday, December 12

Location: Bella Center, 19:00 – 20:00

The meeting serves as an environment to discuss enterprise-level information systems research. Moreover, AIS SIG Enterprise Systems positions election will be conducted.

  • Brief report on the previous activity
  • Thematic positioning of SIG ES
  • The election Committee presents election process
  • Election of positions for SIG (President, Secretary, Treasurer, Membership, Research Promotions, Advisory Board)
  • Potential activities/initiatives 2023/2024 (conference participation, tracks, special issues)

Location: Bella Center, 19:00 – 20:00

The reception of the AIS Chapter Germany will be a great opportunity to discuss and socialize with colleagues over drinks.

Location: Bella Center, 19:00 – 21:30

“Die WI” is the official professional organization of IS professors in the German-speaking region. The association is non-profit and affiliated with the German AIS chapter. In Copenhagen, it plans to hold a 90 minute workshop with its members.

Wednesday, December 14

Location: Bella Center, 13:00 – 17:30

Annual SIG Grounded Theory Method workshop is designed to provide a collegial environment suitable for all qualitative and quantitative researchers, from beginners to experts, interested in developing theory based at least partially on data. We emphasize that GTM is flexible and that theory development-focused IS researchers can benefit from learning from each other in our supportive community.

Location: Bella Center, 13:00 – 18:00

The Korean Chapter of the Association for Information Systems (KrAIS), an outstanding AIS community, aims to promote scholarship by facilitating its members to share ideas, research, and experiences. Any scholars and professionals with Korean heritage are welcome to attend this half-day research and networking workshop. Please find details (e.g., Call for papers, Workshop programs, etc.) at www.KrAIS.org.

Location: Virtual, 14:00 – 17:30

Structured somewhat like the TV series Shark Tank, authors compete to have their work selected by mentors to be further refined during the workshop. A limited number of theory papers were chosen for the workshop. During the workshop, authors will present their theory for 15 minutes, after which a panel of JAIS Senior Editors will provide feedback. A JAIS reception for participants will immediately follow the workshop.

You are invited to a Zoom meeting for the JAIS Theory Development Workshop.

When: Dec 14, 2022 14:00 Copenhagen

Register in advance for this meeting:

https://tamu.zoom.us/meeting/register/tJ0uceioqTgpHdOLcMgNonojxwS9fumTGFXd

After registering, you will receive a confirmation email containing information about joining the meeting.