[AISWorld] ECIS2013 call for papers - submission closes December 7, 2012 (strict and only deadline!)
j.vanhillegersberg at utwente.nl
j.vanhillegersberg at utwente.nl
Sun Dec 2 17:10:38 EST 2012
Reminder: only 5 days to go to the strict and only ECIS 2013 paper submission deadline: Dec 7th, 2012
ECIS 2013 offers a wide variety of 27 tracks. See the www.ecis2013.nl<http://www.ecis2013.nl> website for details.
We are looking forward to welcome you at ECIS 2013 in Utrecht in 2013!, The ECIS 2013 program chairs and committee
3rd and Final Call for Papers
ECIS2013 - 21st European Conference on Information Systems - June 5-8, Utrecht, The Netherlands
Submission deadline: December 7, 2012 (strict and only deadline!) Notification of acceptance: February 28, 2013
It is our honor and pleasure to bring the IS community back to the Netherlands, nearly 20 years after the 2nd ECIS-conference was held in the Netherlands in 1994. In 2013, the conference is organized in Utrecht where we will celebrate the 300th anniversary of the Treaty of Utrecht, signed in 1713. The Treaty of Utrecht also inspired the proposed conference theme: "Beyond Borders".
ECIS2013 features a topical, diverse and exciting set of conference tracks. Track chairs and associate editors represent a wide range of countries and topics.
Tracks open for submission: We invite you to submit your paper to one of the conference tracks:
* Accounting Information Systems and ERP
* Business Intelligence and Knowledge Management
* Business Process Management
* Cloud Computing and Services in Global Settings
* Data Governance and Data Quality Management
* Enterprise Systems and Change, Competencies and Organizational Learning
* Enterprise Transformation
* Evolution of Public Sector ICT
* Green Information Systems
* Human-Computer Interaction
* ICT and Sustainable Global Development
* Information Technology Project Management
* Inter-Organizational Systems, Information Infrastructures and Innovation Dynamics
* IS Curriculum, Pedagogy and Enrollment Issues
* IS Economics
* IS Innovation, Adoption and Diffusion
* IS Security and Privacy
* IT Governance and Sourcing
* Methods, Tools and Human Factors in IS/IT Development and Management
* Openness as an IS/IT Strategy, Open Data, Models, Platforms, and Sources
* Personal Data Markets
* Persuasive Systems Design
* Service Engineering and Service Management
* Social Media and Society
* Teaching Cases
* Ubiquitous and Mobile Information Systems
Research, Research-in-Progress, and Teaching Cases Papers for ECIS cover all aspects of information systems, broadly defined, and may take the form of completed research papers and research-in-progress. Research papers should document established results and be presented according to the highest academic standards. Research-in-progress may address work still under development; academic rigor is, however, still expected. The Teaching Cases track has specific guidelines for submissions (see the info on the website).
Research papers, research-in-progress, and teaching cases will be published in the ECIS conference proceedings and made available in the AIS eLibrary (aisel.aisnet.org/ecis/). Research papers and teaching cases will be presented in interactive conference track sessions. Research-in-progress papers will be presented in a poster session specifically designed to allow interaction between authors and their interested colleagues.
Formatting and Submission
Authors should submit to the track that best fits the research. Research papers and research-in- progress papers are limited to 12 pages in length. Teaching cases can be up to 16 pages long. All submissions must use the Word template on the website. Submissions to ECIS2013 must be original and must NOT already have been published previously in a journal or conference proceedings, nor presented at another conference. Moreover, they must NOT be currently under consideration for publication or presentation elsewhere. Note that a person can be (co)author of NO more than 3 submissions to ECIS 2013 to assure diversity at the conference. Deadline for submissions is 7 December, and no extensions will be allowed.
Copyright for all papers resides with the authors. By submitting the final paper to the conference organizers, the authors agree to allow the conference organizers to have non-exclusive use of the material for publication in the conference proceedings. Authors are actively encouraged to develop their papers for journal publication after the conference. Several tracks have arranged fast-track submission to journals; please check the track descriptions on the website.
Please go to the conference website www.ecis2013.nl<http://www.ecis2013.nl> for author guidelines. There a Word document template is available that will simplify the layout of your submission.
Your contact links
Website: www.ecis2013.nl<http://www.ecis2013.nl> Facebook: www.facebook.com/ecis2013<http://www.facebook.com/ecis2013> Twitter: #ECIS2013
We are looking forward to welcome you at ECIS 2013 in Utrecht in 2013! Besides the conference there will also be a Doctoral Consortium, Panels, Workshops, Affiliated events and Social Events. The call for panels will be issued in December 2013. Please monitor our website and do not forget to have a look at the important dates page.
The ECIS 2013 program chairs and committee,
Jos van Hillegersberg, University of Twente, The Netherlands, program co-chair
Sarah Spiekermann, Vienna University of Economics and Business, Austria, program co-chair
Ronald Batenburg, Utrecht University, The Netherlands, program co-chair
Regina Conolly, Dublin City University, Ireland,
program co-chair Eric van Heck, Erasmus University Rotterdam, The Netherlands, program co-chair
Sjaak Brinkkemper, Utrecht University, the Netherlands, general chair
Remko Helms, Utrecht University, organizing chair
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