ISD 2024 : The 32nd International Conference on Information Systems Development
Call For Papers
The ISD 2024 conference aims to advance research on the methodological and technological advancements in information systems and how they transform organizations and society.
The conference will be held in the so-called Tri-City, Poland – a metropolitan area consisting of three contiguous coastal cities forming a row on the coastline of the Gdańsk Bay, Baltic Sea, namely the cities of Gdańsk, Gdynia, and Sopot, along with other towns in their vicinity. This metropolitan area of over a million people reconciles a millennium of history and a picturesque seaside location with its role as a lively economic, scientific, and cultural center of northern Poland. It will be hosted by the University of Gdańsk, a dynamically developing institution with over 22,000 students that hosts diverse scientific research across Natural, Formal, Social Sciences as well as Humanities. UoG closely cooperates with the University of Technology in Gdańsk as well as the Medical University of Gdańsk and is involved in building a network of European universities selected in the ‘European Universities’ competition organized by the European Commission.
Everyone is invited to join this premier event and contribute to shaping the future of information systems development methods and technologies. Diversity and Inclusion are central to the ISD conference. ISD provides a welcoming environment that embraces the value of every individual and fosters the open exchange of ideas, along with the freedom of thought and expression. Diversity involves recognizing various talents and is achieved when individuals from diverse backgrounds and experiences have the opportunity to express their viewpoints. Inclusion entails removing barriers and obstacles that hinder equal access and participation in any conference activity, free from discrimination. By participating in ISD 2024, you commit to treating all individuals fairly with dignity and respect, refraining from harassment, discrimination, or bullying, and avoiding causing harm to others.
The ISD Proceedings will be published in the Association for Information Systems (AIS) eLibrary. Springer will publish a selection of the best papers (by invitation) as a separate volume of the Lecture Notes in Information Systems and Organization (LNISO) series (subject to final approval). The proceedings will be submitted for indexation by SCOPUS, Google Scholar, DBLP, Semantic Scholar, and Web of Science / Conference Proceedings Citation Index.
ISD 2024 will be organized around a number of new and well-established tracks:
Managing IS Development and Operations
Information Systems Modelling
Lean and Agile Software Development
Data Science and Machine Learning
Learning, Education, and Training
New Topics in IS Development
See the description of these tracks for more information.
Types of manuscript
Research Papers (Full or Short) pertain to original and previously unpublished research accomplished through a systematic investigation. Contributions must feature tangible findings regarding information systems development or operations that are covered by a specific track. Authors are expected to highlight the research gap and feature the methodology and implications of their research. Specifically, full research papers in their nature should mirror journal submission practices, yet in a more concise form. Please note that depending on reviewers’ feedback and recommendations from Track Chairs, Full Papers may be accepted for publication as Shorts.
Posters convey preliminary work that is not yet fully validated or showcase innovative tools or artifacts contributing to the advancement of research and practice. The authors of posters are expected to clearly communicate the path of further research activities and/or the use of showcased tools/artifacts in ISD practice to the audience. Just as in the case of research papers, the entire body of posters will be included within the AIS eLibrary.
Journal-First Papers: recently published works in reputable journals within the conference’s scope, presented to share and disseminate results with the ISD community.