[AISWorld] CFP: AMCIS 2014, BI and Analytics in Intelligence and Security Informatics

Wingyan Chung wchung9 at gmail.com
Sun Feb 9 23:31:19 EST 2014


The 20th Americas Conference on Information Systems (AMCIS) 

Track: Business Intelligence, Analytics, and Knowledge Management  

Mini-Track: BI and Analytics in Intelligence and Security Informatics

Savannah, GA, USA - August 7-10, 2014


Intelligence and Security Informatics (ISI) is a cross-disciplinary field defined as the development of advanced information technologies, systems, algorithms, and databases for international, national and homeland security related applications, through an integrated technological, organizational, and policy-based approach. Recent developments of big data and business analytics in business and public organizations have aroused attention to the various issues on ISI. For example, the rapid rise of social media has impacted the Middle-Eastern regions' political stability, supported social movements in the U.S. immigration reform and border security, and triggered stock market fluctuation in a recent hoax about White House explosions. New techniques and applications of ISI are desperately needed to overcome challenges in growing volumes and varieties of social media and organizational data. Meanwhile, industries and governments demand high-caliber human talents to support their ISI initiatives. New pedagogies, teaching materials, and curriculums at the university level are needed. In this mini-track, we solicit high-quality, original research papers that address a variety of ISI issues using design science, behavioral, or organizational approaches.

******** Submission Instructions *********  

Submission Deadline: March 1, 2014 (Midnight, Eastern Standard Time)
Author Notification: April 4, 2014
Revision submission: April 18, 2014
Camera ready submission  deadline:  April 25, 2014

Paper submissions must be made  electronically through the AMCIS on-line submission system ( http://mc.manuscriptcentral.com/amcis2014 ). Please select the mini-track titled "BI and Analytics in Intelligence and Security Informatics."

Papers must not exceed 5,000 words and must conform to the  AMCIS 2014 submission requirements.  At least one author of every accepted  submission must present at AMCIS 2014 in Savannah. For additional information see http://amcis2014.aisnet.org/index.php/call-for-papers and http://cbia.stetson.edu/home/doc/AMCIS14_ISI.pdf.  

Selected best papers will be fast-tracked for publication in a special issue of Journal of Information Privacy and Security (http://jips.utep.edu/), a refereed academic journal indexed by Cabell’s Directory.

AMCIS Minitrack Co-chairs:
Wingyan Chung, Shahram Amiri, and Joseph Woodside
Department of Decision and Information Sciences
School of Business Administration, Stetson University
Contact: wchung at stetson.edu


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