- The ECIS 2018 Conference is now over, on behalf of the organizers we would like to thank all of you who made the conference such a success.
- The conference proceedings will be available shortly, via a link on this page and also on the AIS library.
- Initially there were more than 1100 submissions.
- Discounting those which did not pass the most basic submission requirements, or were withdrawn early, there were a total 930 submissions prepared for reviewing, out of these 874 were fully completed and subsequently fully reviewed submissions, usually by three + different reviewers.
- Up to 262 slots were required for presentation for a 30% acceptance rate:
- 874 total submission consists of 263 RIP paper and 611 RP papers
- Accepted RP 184 (30% of 611),
- Accepted RiP 82 poster sessions/displays (a little over 30%).
ECIS 2019 – Information Systems for a Sharing Society, will be in Stockholm, Sweden – June 8-14
Beyond Digitization – Facets of Socio-Technical Change
ECIS 2018 will take place in Portsmouth, UK, at the University of Portsmouth, where it is hosted by the Systems and Information Systems Research Group in the School of Computing.
The theme of the conference: “Beyond Digitization – Facets of Socio-Technical Change” reflects that information systems (IS) consist of both human and technical aspects. The development of the IS discipline since the 1960’s has been characterised by efforts to achieve a forward trajectory from a software-centred focus towards a human-centred focus. This is reflected in the agendas of many of the original socio-technical movements, and underpins the recent resurgence in interest in socio-technical ideas.
The foundation of the IS discipline (in the late Sixties) is built on the proposition that any artefact on which we turn an IS lens cannot be seen as hardware, software or human-based in isolation. This is still true in an increasingly digital world. We, in the IS discipline, are constantly faced with the reality that we engage and pursue an agenda to facilitate change, or redevelopment of organized human activities. The digital world has and is resulting in fundamental changes throughout society affecting organisations and human endeavour. The socio-technical theme provides a base to make sense of IS within the digitized world.
We invite you to participate in the AIS conference ECIS 2018, taking place in the historic naval city of Portsmouth.
CONFERENCE REGISTRATION IS NOW CLOSED.
Peter Bednar, School of Computing, University of Portsmouth, UK
Ulrich Frank, University of Duisburg-Essen, Germany
Karlheinz Kautz, Royal Melbourne Institute of Technology (RMIT) University, Australia
Details of conference’s keynote speakers.