ACIS 2018 : Australian Conference on Information Systems
Call For Papers
We call for papers to be submitted to the 29th Australasian Conference on Information Systems (ACIS2018). ACIS is the premier conference in Australasia for Information Systems. In 2018, ACIS will be hosted by the Faculty of Engineering and Information Technology, University Technology Sydney (UTS), in Sydney, New South Wales, Australia. The event will take place at the UTS campus from the 3rd – 5th December 2018. UTS is located in the centre of Sydney close to the central train station and many highlights of Sydney including the iconic Sydney Opera House.
Conference Theme: Strategic Positioning
Within the current global context, resilience is a key driver for various facets of decision-making processes. Information systems have a critical role to facilitate such processes. Indeed, information system researchers have pioneered many of the conceptual tools that this vantage point of decision making demands. This thematic view of IS will offer IS researchers to position and present their efforts not only more cohesively but also will provide a platform to focus on the impact of IS research to solve ongoing societal challenges. These include a focus on organisational resilience and sustainability encompassing risk assessment, cyber threats mitigation, the role of big data, disaster management, and environmental modelling.
Come and join us at ACIS2018 where we will explore these issues through our tracks and plenary sessions.
Organisational Resilience and Disruption
Digital Business Innovation
Emerging Technologies and the IoT
Social Impact, Diversity, and Inclusion
Information and Knowledge Management
Business Analytics and Big Data
IS in Healthcare
Design and Design Science (including HCI)
Agile, Project Management, and IS Development
IS Education, Training, and Learning Technologies
IS Philosophy and Research Methods
IS Security Management and Privacy
Full Research Papers
Panels, Workshops, and Tutorial Proposals
All paper submissions will undergo a double-blind, peer-review process.
Prof Iwona Miliszewska (University Technology Sydney), Emeritus Prof Graham Low (UNSW Sydney), Prof Ghassan Beydoun (University Technology Sydney)
Prof Rosemary Stockdale (Swinburne University of Technology), A/Prof Khin Than Win (University of Wollongong), Prof Vijayan Sugumaran (Oakland University)
Dr Rosemary Van Der Meer (Deakin University), Madeleine Miller (University Technology Sydney)