Call for Papers and Posters

The ISD2022 conference (Cluj-Napoca, Romania) will be hosted by Babeș-Bolyai University, Faculty of Economics and Business Administration in Cluj-Napoca, Romania, on 31 August - 2 September 2022.

ISD2022 Conference theme: AI for IS development and operations

The conference promotes research of methodological and technological issues and ways in which the IS developers and operators are transforming organizations and society through information systems. This year, the conference focuses on how Artificial Intelligence can empower information systems and how this facilitates or impacts digital transformation in various aspects e.g. organizational structures, enterprise architectures, decision-making, business processes, business-IT alignment.

Important Dates (AoE):

  • April 26, 2022 – Regular paper submission (HARD DEADLINE)
  • June 08, 2022 – Regular paper notification
  • June 15, 2022 – Author registration (Regular paper)
  • June 15, 2022 – New Ideas/Vision/Journal-first/Poster submission
  • July 12, 2022 – New Ideas/Vision/Journal-first/Poster notification
  • July 19, 2022 – Author registration (New Ideas/Vision, Journal-first and Poster)
  • July 19, 2022 – Early-Bird Registration (non-presenting participants)
  • August 20, 2022 – Late Registration (non-presenting participants)

ISD2022 will be organized around a number of new and well established tracks. See the description of the Conference Tracks for more information.

Call for Regular Papers:

We invite submissions of technical research papers describing original and unpublished results related to Information Systems development and/or operations including methodological, technological, economical or social aspects.

Technical papers are evaluated on the basis of originality, soundness, relevance, importance of contribution, quality of presentation and appropriate comparison to related work. Where a submission builds upon previous work of the author(s), the novelty of the new contribution must be described clearly with respect to the previous work.

We accept full papers having a maximum length of 12 pages, including references and appendices, and short papers having a maximum length of 8 pages, including references and appendices. Short papers provide an opportunity to describe work in progress and emergent or partial research results; there's also the possibility that certain full paper submissions will be accepted as short papers, if they report promising research but are still in an early stage or early development iteration.

The ISD Proceedings will be published in the AIS eLibrary and will include both full and short papers. In addition, a selection of the best full papers (by invitation) will be published by Springer as a separate volume of the Lecture Notes in Information Systems and Organization series (indexed by Scopus, DBLP, etc.).

Selected papers from Track 6 will be invited for a fast track in Electronic Markets (www.electronicmarkets.org, IF 4.765).

Call for New Ideas and Vision Papers:

We solicit papers that present new ideas and visions. Papers on new ideas may introduce new, non-conventional research positions or approaches of information systems development that depart from standard practice. They can also describe a well-defined research or technology that is at an early stage of investigation. They could also provide new evidence that common wisdom should be challenged, present new unifying theories about existing information systems development research that provides novel insight or that can lead to the development of new approaches or technologies, or apply information systems technology to radically new application areas.

We also welcome vision papers which will discuss long-term challenges and opportunities in information systems development research that are outside of current mainstream topics of the field. The goal of vision papers is to describe how information systems development research and practice will look in a near future.

“New Ideas/Vision” papers must not exceed 5 pages for the main text, including all figures, tables, appendices, etc. One more page containing only references is permitted.

The ISD Proceedings to be published in the AIS eLibrary will include the New Ideas and Vision Papers.

Call for Posters:

Posters provide an opportunity for researchers and practitioners to present and discuss their most recent research achievements, practical experience, tools and challenges related to Information Systems development. The goal is to encourage and facilitate the exchange of ideas within the ISD community, foster collaboration and, therewith strengthen the community as a whole.

We encourage submissions on early-stage and ongoing work, as well as on innovative applications of existing tools and ideas in practice. We also encourage submissions of EU project results or ideas for proposals, early work (e.g., starting PhD work), work on information systems development education.

The main evaluation criteria for poster submissions are the quality of the proposed poster in terms of novelty, relevance for the ISD audience, technical soundness and its ability to stimulate discussions. They will be reviewed by at least two members of the program committee.

Such submissions will consist of an extended abstract of the presented contribution. The length for poster submissions is 2 to 4 pages plus one page for references. Then, if the poster is accepted, the authors must prepare the actual poster to be posted and presented at the conference.

The ISD Proceedings will be published in the AIS eLibrary including the extended abstract of the posters.

Call for Journal-first Papers:

We invite presentations of journal-first papers - i.e. papers published recently in prestigious journals and in the scope of the different conference tracks. This will both enrich the ISD program as well as offer the authors an opportunity to speak to the community. Such presentations typically stimulate awareness on novel research results, foster citations and inspire new research streams or collaboration opportunities.

The journal papers should be accepted for publication not earlier than January 1st 2021 (with DOI).

The journal-first papers will not be reviewed again for technical content. The program chairs and track chairs will check the appropriateness of the proposal focusing on the scope, quality of the journal (e.g., impact factor, indexation) and date of acceptance for publication.

Journal-first papers are published through the journals and will not be part of the ISD Proceedings. The journal-first papers will be included in the conference program and in the ISD Book of Abstracts.

Such submissions will consist on providing the information of the journal paper (in the EasyChair system) including: the paper’s title, authors, journal name, DOI and link to the paper, Clarivate (JCR) impact factor of the journal, including JCR category/categories, and the abstract. Finally, the original journal paper should also be uploaded during submission.

Submission of Papers and Posters:

All papers and posters must be in English and submitted via the EasyChair conference management system to any of the tracks for the conference.

For details about paper formatting see the Submission Details. All submissions will undergo a double-blind peer-review process (with the exception of the Journal-first papers). To facilitate this, authors must ensure that their papers are prepared in such a way that they do not reveal their identities to reviewers, either directly or indirectly.



Conference Tracks

The ISD2022 conference emphasizes a number of new and well established tracks. Click on the track title to see the details on conference tracks, topics and track chairs.


ISD2022 Cluj-Napoca, Romania

T1: Managing IS Development and Operations


Information Systems Development (ISD) evolves and creates new socio-technical Information Systems (IS) comprising processes, people and technologies. ISD is much more than software development, including analysis, design, development, implementation (adoption) and evaluation of information systems.

Managing IS development includes managing strategy, demand, innovation, projects, software, security, customers, finance, change, and so on. The “Managing IS Development” track will present and discuss research proposals and share practical experiences about solutions to the increasing systemic socio-economic, political and environmental problems related to the management of IS development.

We invite submissions from researchers and practitioners in all topics related to the Managing IS Development area that may solve these problems in the long term and expect a dynamic sharing and discussion of ideas and experiences about innovative practices, methods, and technologies.


Corresponding e-mail address:

If you have any inquires regarding paper submission to the track T1, please contact the track chairs at track 1.

Track topics include (but not limited to):

  • Agile enterprise models and methods
  • Knowledge management for IS development
  • Business continuity management
  • Business IT alignment
  • Data storage and computation in the cloud
  • Requirements Engineering for ISD
  • DevOps practices for IS development
  • Model-driven development and technologies for ISD
  • Tools to support processes in IS development
  • Emerging issues in managing IS development
  • Continuous integration and continuous delivery in IS development
  • Infrastructure as Code and IS
  • Microservices in IS development
  • Coordination and verification of continuously deployed systems
  • Social and cultural aspects in continuous IS development
  • Enterprise Architecture Management
  • IT governance and management
  • IT project management
  • Interdisciplinary problems in managing IS development
  • IoT-driven and IoT-enabled IS development and management
  • Cloud-based IS engineering
  • Monitoring and auditing in the cloud
  • Quality of IS models and design
  • Quality of services in IS
  • Servers and desktop virtualization
  • Service-oriented IS engineering
  • Service Level Management (SLA)
  • Strategies for IS development

Track chairs:

Emilio Insfran

Emilio Insfran

Universitat Politècnica de València, Spain

Alberto Rodrigues da Silva

Alberto Rodrigues da Silva

University of Lisbon, Portugal



Track program committee:

Marta Fernández-Diego, Universitat Politècnica de València, Spain

Juan Manuel Vara, University Rey Juan Carlos, Spain

Dušan Savić, University of Belgrade, Serbia

Miguel Mira Da Silva, Universidade de Lisboa, Portugal

Ilias Gerostathopoulos, Vrije Universiteit Amsterdam, The Netherlands

Jabier Martinez, Tecnalia, Spain

Ana C. R. Paiva, University of Porto, Portugal

Giuseppe Scanniello, University of Basilicata, Italy

Priscila Cedillo, Universidad de Cuenca, Ecuador

Maya Daneva, University of Twente, The Netherlands

Carmine Gravino, University of Salerno, Italy

João Faria, Universidade do Porto/Institute for Systems and Computer Engineering, Technology and Science, Portugal

Abel Gómez, Universitat Oberta de Catalunya, Spain

Olga Korableva, Saint Petersburg State University, Russia

Dominique Blouin, Telecom Paris, France / Hasso-Plattner-Institut, Germany

Fernando González-Ladrón-de-Guevara, Universitat Politècnica de València, Spain

Silvia Abrahao, Universitat Politècnica de València, Spain

Luca Cernuzzi, Universidad Católica “Nuestra Señora de la Asunción”, Paraguay

Paulo Rupino Da Cunha, University of Coimbra, Portugal

António Rito Silva, Universidade de Lisboa, Portugal

Mariana Peixoto, Universidade Federal de Pernambuco, Brazil

Julio Sandobalin, Escuela Politécnica Nacional, Ecuador

Christopher Vendome, Miami University, USA

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T2: IS Methodologies and Education


This track focuses on two broad areas: 1) methodologies for Information Systems (IS) development, and 2) IS development education. The goal is to create a forum of discussion and dissemination of novel, relevant and rigorous research as well as industrial, professional and practical experiences that address: 1) challenges and opportunities faced by various stakeholders in the development of IS, and 2) challenges and opportunities in the education of IS professionals.

A special interest is in research addressing these challenges and opportunities by taking into account the needs and characteristics of sustainable development, sharing economy, big data and information society, environmental and social responsibility, and by considering the IS as socio-technical systems. In this year’s edition we especially encourage contributions to further advance the foundations of IS development, and come up with innovative methodologies for IS development and operations in continuous delivery environments.

The track invites submissions on:

  1. Theoretical foundations and best practices related to methodologies and modelling of IS from design to implementation, evaluation and impact assessment.
  2. Theoretical foundations and best practices related to the design, implementation, evaluation, adoption, and use of IS in formal and informal educational contexts in IS development.
  3. Theoretical and empirical contributions to understanding and shaping methodological and educational aspects in IS development.
  4. Methodological contributions to IS development and IS development education.


Corresponding e-mail address:

If you have any inquires regarding paper submission to the track T2, please contact the track chairs at track 2.

Track topics include (but not limited to):

  • Methodologies for IS development:
    • IS development in a sharing society
    • Theoretical contributions to socio-technical systems and development methodologies
    • Conceptualization and operationalization of concepts related to socio-technical systems development
    • Ethical aspects related to IS development and to socio-technical systems
    • Agility in IS development
    • Methodological aspects of DevOps in IS development
    • Deployment methodologies for IS development and operations
    • Empirical studies of DevOps usage in IS organizations
    • Big Data analysis and visualization systems design and development
    • Open-source system development methodologies
    • Crowd-source system development methodologies
    • Non-relational data models
    • User-centered design and development methodologies
    • Case studies of IS and socio-technical systems design and development
    • IS modelling and simulation
    • Creativity and innovation in methodologies for IS development
    • IS requirements engineering
    • Model-based IS development
    • Business process analysis and design, modelling and simulation
    • Standards related to IS development
  • IS development education:
    • Educational systems design, development and evaluation
    • Longitudinal and comparative studies of learning
    • Education for IS development
    • IS development education in developing regions
    • Open educational resources in IS development education
    • IS development and teaching of programming
    • Work-integrated learning
    • Social and crowd computing in educational contexts
    • User generated content in IS development education
    • Activity theory approaches to IS development education
    • HCI issues in IS development for education
    • Curriculum development, including local implementation of AIS/IEEE/ACM curricula
    • Digital literacy
    • Creativity and innovation in IS development education
    • Instructional design
    • Ethical aspects related to IS education
    • Serious games, gamification and virtual worlds for learning
    • Social media and learning
    • Computer supported collaborative learning
    • Learning platforms: mobile apps, MOOC
    • Socio-constructivism in IS development education

Track chairs:

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Björn Johansson

Linköping University, Sweden

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Tomas Gustavsson

Karlstad University, Sweden



Track program committee:

Kai Wistrand, Örebro University, Sweden

Odd Steen, Lund University, Sweden

Claes Thorén, Uppsala University, Sweden

Andreas Hedrén, Uppsala University, Sweden

Peter Bellström, Karlstad University, Sweden

Ann Svensson, University West, Sweden

Janis Stirna, Stockholm University, Sweden

Kurt Sandkuhl, The University of Rostock, Germany

Amin Jalali, Stockholm University, Sweden

Jānis Grabis, Riga Technical University, Latvia

Jacob Nørbjerg, Copenhagen Business School, Denmark

Mairéad Hogan, National University of Ireland Galway, Ireland

Bo Andersson, Linnaeus University, Sweden

Asif Akram, Chalmers University of Technology, Sweden

Alexandra Cristea, Durham University, UK

Torben Tambo, Aarhus University, Denmark

Victoria Paulsson, Linköping University, Sweden

Michael Lang, National University of Ireland Galway, Ireland

ISD2022 Cluj-Napoca, Romania

T3: Knowledge Management and Knowledge Representation in IS


Knowledge management (KM) comprises strategies and practices to identify, create, store and share knowledge in an organisation. The knowledge itself is interpreted and used by humans. Examples if knowledge management systems are case bases, content management systems or groupware systems. In knowledge management, information systems support the storage and retrieval of knowledge. Knowledge can be represented as text, in documents, or graphical models.

In contrast, knowledge representation and reasoning is about creating knowledge-based systems, where knowledge is interpreted and used by computer systems to solve complex tasks. Knowledge representation and reasoning incorporates findings about human problem solving, cognition and logic to automate various kinds of reasoning. Examples of knowledge representation formalisms include rules, knowledge graphs and ontologies. Machine Learning can be applied to derive knowledge from large amounts of data or to refine existing knowledge.

As humans and computers have complementary capabilities, hybrid intelligence - the combination of human intelligence and machine intelligence – can achieve goals that are unreachable by either humans or machine alone. This is where knowledge management and knowledge representation can come together. Knowledge based systems can assist a human to automate specific task. Knowledge representation can be exploited in knowledge management to retrieve relevant cases and models or to infer insights from them.

In this track we welcome papers that deal with either knowledge management or knowledge representation or a combination of both.


Corresponding e-mail address:

If you have any inquires regarding paper submission to the track T3, please contact the track chairs at track 3.

Track topics include (but not limited to):

  • AI in and for Information Systems
  • Case-based reasoning
  • Combining machine learning and knowledge engineering
  • Conceptual modelling
  • Content management
  • Decision modelling
  • Decision support systems
  • Digitalization of Knowledge Work
  • Experience management
  • Expertise retrieval
  • Groupware systems
  • Intelligent information retrieval
  • Intelligent Information Systems
  • Knowledge-based systems
  • Knowledge engineering
  • Knowledge management systems
  • Knowledge representation and reasoning
  • Machine learning
  • Ontology-based modelling
  • Ontologies
  • Ontology-aided cyber-physical systems
  • Organizational memory information systems
  • Rule-based systems
  • Semantic technologies

Track chairs:

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Knut Hinkelmann

FHNW University of Applied Sciences and Arts Northwestern Switzerland

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Aurona Gerber

University of Pretoria, South Africa



Track program committee:

Emanuele Laurenzi, FHNW University of Applied Sciences and Arts Northwestern Switzerland, Switzerland

Robert Buchmann, Babeș-Bolyai University, Romania

Ana-Maria Ghiran, Babeș-Bolyai University, Romania

Andreas Martin, FHNW University of Applied Sciences Northwestern Switzerland, Switzerland

Rainer Telesko, FHNW University of Applied Sciences and Arts Northwestern Switzerland, Switzerland

Hanlie Smuts, University of Pretoria, South Africa

Jan Vanthienen, Katholieke Universiteit Leuven, Belgium

Dimitris Apostolou, University of Piraeus, Greece

Hans Friedrich Witschel, FHNW University of Applied Sciences and Arts Northwestern Switzerland, Switzerland

Marie Hattingh, University of Pretoria, South Africa

Sunet Eybers, University of South Africa, South Africa

Heiko Maus, German Research Center for Artificial Intelligence (DFKI), Germany

Ulrich Reimer, Eastern Switzerland University of Applied Sciences, Switzerland

Ludger Van Elst, German Research Center for Artificial Intelligence (DFKI), Germany

Ansgar Bernardi, German Research Center for Artificial Intelligence (DFKI), Germany

ISD2022 Cluj-Napoca, Romania

T4: AI-Empowered IS


Software development has begun to benefit more and more in recent years from the benefits of using artificial intelligence (AI). On the one hand, the software application development process can benefit from the experience gained previously in the realization of the applications, experience that is fully found in the code repositories either private or public on the Internet.

Such applications are used by large companies to perform all the steps necessary for software development (requirements, design, implementation, testing, deployment) faster, better, and at a lower cost. On the other hand, many software applications have components that use artificial intelligence to cluster, classify, or predict. We refer here primarily to components that use computer vision techniques or techniques from natural language processing (whether we are talking about textual resources or spoken resources), but we do not exclude similar techniques from other fields. Such components are used in applications in many fields, but lately, they have begun to be used predominantly in the medical field (when automatically analyzing radiographs, CT scans, ECGs, or patient records, to predict the patient's disease and to suggest what would be the best treatment for it). Also, new technologies such as mixed reality benefit fully from AI help when we need to interact with these applications (through gestures or voice) or when we create smart components in games or eLearning applications.


Corresponding e-mail address:

If you have any inquires regarding paper submission to the track T4, please contact the track chairs at track 4.

Track topics include (but not limited to):

  • Building project requirements with the help of AI
  • Planning a project and designing it with AI
  • AI-powered code completion tools
  • Understanding the intent of the code and identifying common mistakes and their variants
  • Automatically generate the test cases with AI
  • GUI testing tools empowered by AI
  • Predict best deployment architecture automatically
  • Predict the technical tasks, engineering resources, and timelines that new software projects will require
  • Diagnosing patients with AI techniques
  • Prediction of the best treatments for patients
  • Intelligent patient monitoring with IoT
  • The intelligent robots in medicine
  • Intelligent interaction in mixed reality applications
  • Intelligent conversational agents
  • Application of AI in eLearning applications
  • AI components in games
  • Digital twins and AI
  • Smart city applications
  • Edge computing and AI (Edge-AI)
  • AI for energy optimisation
  • Big Data AI applications
  • Integrating Blockchain and AI
  • Energy-AI for industries
  • Cloud-of-Things and AI
  • Social media analytics
  • AI for smart buildings
  • Other applications of AI in IS

Track chairs:

Adrian-Iftene

Adrian Iftene

Alexandru Ioan Cuza University of Iași, Romania

Ioan-Petri

Ioan Petri

Cardiff University, UK



Track program committee:

Alexandru Burlacu, University of Medicine and Pharmacy "Gr. T. Popa", Iasi, Romania

Christian Haas, Vienna University of Economics and Business, Austria

Lenuta Alboaie, "Alexandru Ioan Cuza" University of Iasi, Romania

Allan Hanbury, TU Wien, Austria

Radu Ionescu, University of Bucharest / SecurifAI, Romania

Mihaela Breaban, "Alexandru Ioan Cuza" University of Iasi, Romania

Daniela Zaharie, West University of Timisoara, Romania

Gabriela Czibula, Babeș-Bolyai University of Cluj Napoca, Romania

Adrian Popescu, CEA LIST, France

Florin Leon, "Gheorghe Asachi" Technical University of Iasi, Romania

Pinar Duygulu Sahin, Hacettepe University, Turkey

Diana Trandabat, "Alexandru Ioan Cuza" University of Iasi, Romania

Mihai Dascalu, University Politehnica of Bucharest, Romania

Rafael Tolosana-Calasanz, Universidad de Zaragoza, Spain

Luiz Fernando Bittencourt, University of Campinas, Brazil

Heitor Murilo Gomes, University of Waikato, New Zealand

Magdalena Punceva, University of Applied Sciences Western Switzerland, Switzerland

ISD2022 Cluj-Napoca, Romania

T5: Usability, Trust and Sustainability in IS


IS development and operations must ensure that systems are designed and implemented for users and therefore should take into account the users’ needs, values, characteristics, and contexts of use throughout the system’s life cycle. Usability is the overall goal of system development; the developed system should help users to achieve specified individual and/or organizational goals in a specified context of use. The usability goal is obtained by adopting a user-centred design approach to IS development. User experience (UX), Human-Computer Interaction (HCI), and Interaction Design (IxD) are related concepts.

Trust in IS (development and operations) is another important goal that characterizes the advancement of the socio-technical landscape. Trust revolves around assurance and confidence that people, data, organizations, information, or processes shall behave as expected; Trust may be analysed in different scopes and relationships, such as human to human, machine to machine, human to machine or machine to human. At a deeper level, trust might be regarded as a consequence of progress towards security or privacy objectives.

However, the development and the use of technology also have a negative impact on the environment and well-being through vectors such as pollution, energy consumption, and the promotion of unhealthy behaviour or lifestyle. Thus, sustainability (e.g., sustainable development and use of IS) should represent a condition under which the shaping of the technological and societal landscape through IS development and operations takes place with minimal negative impact on the environment.

Artificial intelligence (AI) approaches promise that many challenges in sustainable and user-centred design and development could be overcome through the intelligent use of data and technology. However, this promise comes with additional difficulties, such as ensuring user privacy and security, ensuring ethical and fair access to a digital society, and ensuring genuinely transparent processes that utilize users’ data and contexts.

In this track, we approach the socio-technical landscape from individual, organizational, business, political, and societal perspectives. We emphasize the importance of the human and social dimensions and explore how, by focusing on usability, trust, and sustainability, we as IS research community can contribute to the development of better practices, policies, and cultures of IS development and operations with AI.

The track welcomes original contributions about usability, trust, and sustainability and related topics in IS development, especially contributions emphasizing on the application of artificial intelligence techniques. Authors are invited to submit papers of either practical or theoretical nature.


Corresponding e-mail address:

If you have any inquires regarding paper submission to the track T5, please contact the track chairs at track 5.

Track topics include (but not limited to):

Usability

  • Usability (UX, HCI, IxD) models, methods, tools and practices in IS development lifecycle
  • New contributions to usability (UX, HCI, IxD) theories, methods, and metrics
  • Human agency and empowerment in IS development, operations, and use
  • Accessibility
  • IS design (Participatory design, User-centred design, Service design, Politics of design)
  • Bridging the gap between satisfying organizational needs and supporting human users
  • Information visualization and analytics in IS: Human-centred perspectives
  • Usability cost-benefit analysis

Trust

  • Trust management
  • Trust in IS development
  • Trust-based policies
  • Trust in social networks and collaborative applications
  • Economic modelling of trust
  • Trust and reputation systems
  • Transparency
  • Privacy policies: usability and accessibility issues

Sustainability

  • Design, development, and evaluation of environmentally sustainable IS
  • Sustainable management of IS development and operations
  • Social and environmental responsibility in IS development and operations
  • IS for sustainability: disposal and recycling, eco-labelling, green computing, green consumer behaviour
  • IS for managing sustainability compliance and sustainable growth
  • IS and digital media for communicating environmental issues and risks
  • IS and digital media for climate change action
  • IS and environmental technology

General

  • Professionalism and usability, trust, and sustainability in IS development and operations
  • Ethical, sociological, psychological, and legal aspects of trust, usability, and sustainability
  • IS usability, trust, and/or sustainability in different applications domains
  • Artificial intelligence and usability, trust, and sustainability in IS development and operations

Track chairs:

Dorina-Rajanen

Dorina Rajanen

University of Oulu, Finland

AlvaroArenas

Alvaro Arenas

IE Business School Madrid, Spain



Track program committee:

Ruzanna Chitchyan, University of Bristol, UK

Daniela S. Cruzes, Norwegian University of Science and Technology, Norway

Norbert Pataki, Eötvös Loránd University, Hungary

Mikko Rajanen, University of Oulu, Finland

Ahmed Seffah, Zayed University, United Arab Emirates

Costin Pribeanu, National Institute for Research & Development in Informatics, Romania

Chris Barry, National University of Ireland Galway, Ireland

Irene Lizeth Manotas Gutiérrez, IBM, USA

Achim D. Brucker, University of Exeter, UK

Efpraxia Zamani, The University of Sheffield, UK

Marianne Kinnula, University of Oulu, Finland

Netta Iivari, University of Oulu, Finland

Patricia Lago, Vrije Universiteit Amsterdam, The Netherlands

Jose Angel Bañares, University of Zaragoza, Spain

Marco Winckler, Université Côte d'Azur, France

Benjamin Aziz, University of Portsmouth, UK

Ma Ángeles Moraga, Universidad de Castilla-La Mancha, Spain

Aggeliki Tsohou, Ionian University, Greece

David Langley, TNO / University of Groningen, The Netherlands

Coral Calero, Universidad de Castilla-La Mancha, Spain

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T6: Current Topics in IS Development


The development of information systems is increasingly driven by new technologies. Therefore, the focus of the track is on the impact of technologies on the development of information systems.

We focus on architectures and patterns for the interplay of innovative components of intelligent platforms and ecosystems in the context of new methods and tools for the development of high-performance information systems.

Selected papers from Track 6 will be invited for a fast track in Electronic Markets (www.electronicmarkets.org, IF 4.765).


Corresponding e-mail address:

If you have any inquires regarding paper submission to the track T6, please contact the track chairs at track 6.

Track topics include (but not limited to):

Technologies

  • Artificial Intelligence and Cognitive Computing
  • Augmented and Virtual Reality
  • Big Data
  • Cloud-Computing
  • Decision Support Technologies
  • Distributed Processing
  • Edge-Computing
  • Graph DBs
  • Mechanisms for Transparency and Explainability
  • Natural Language Processing
  • NoSQL
  • Process Mining
  • Quantum Computing
  • Voice-based Interfaces

Platforms and Ecosystems

  • Design of Intelligent Services
  • Digital Business Models
  • Digital Transformation
  • Digital Transformation Management
  • Digital Strategy and Governance
  • Impact on Business, Work and Society
  • Legal Context and Regulatory Procedures of Digitalization
  • Social Impacts, Transparency, Regulations & Laws, and Ethics of Digitalization

Architectures for Information Systems Design

  • APIs
  • Application Services Architecture
  • Assistant Platforms
  • Business and Information Architecture
  • Business Process Management
  • Container-oriented Architectures
  • Context and Human-Centered Architecture
  • Data and Analytics Architecture
  • Digital Enterprise Architecture & Engineering
  • Human-centered Architectures and Systems
  • Industry 4.0
  • Internet-of-Things
  • Microservices
  • Operation Architecture
  • Platforms (AI, Cognition, Data, Social, …)
  • Recommendation Systems
  • Security Architecture
  • Service-Oriented Architectures
  • Integration of Social Networks
  • Society 5.0
  • Technology Architecture

Development Approaches and Methodologies

  • Agile Development
  • Component-oriented Design
  • Container-based Development and Deployment
  • Evaluation and Testing
  • Interfaces
  • Low Code and No Code
  • Maintenance
  • Modularity
  • Programming
  • Requirements Analysis
  • System Design

Track chairs:

Zimmermann

Alfred Zimmermann

Reutlingen University, Germany

Rainer-Schmidt

Rainer Schmidt

Munich University of Applied Sciences, Germany

Rainer-Alt

Rainer Alt

University of Leipzig, Germany



Track program committee:

Henderik A. Proper, Luxembourg Institute of Science and Technology, Luxembourg

Giancarlo Guizzardi, Free University of Bozen-Bolzano, Italy / University of Twente, The Netherlands

Xiaohui Tao, University of Southern Queensland, Australia

Jānis Grabis, Riga Technical University, Latvia

Kathrin Kirchner, Technical University of Denmark, Denmark

Selmin Nurcan, Université Paris 1 Panthéon - Sorbonne, France

Abdellah Chehri, University of Quebec in Chicoutimi, Canada

Marco Aiello, University of Stuttgart, Germany

Kurt Sandkuhl, The University of Rostock, Germany

Janis Stirna, Stockholm University, Sweden

Oleg Svatoš, University of Economics in Prague, Czech Republic

François Charoy, Université de Lorraine - LORIA - Inria, France

Colin Atkinson, University of Mannheim, Germany

Dimitris Karagiannis, University of Vienna, Austria

Stefanie Rinderle-Ma, Technical University of Munich, Germany

Giuseppe Scanniello, University of Basilicata, Italy

Matthias Wißotzki, Wismar University of Applied Sciences: Technology, Business and Design, Germany

Ulrike Steffens, HAW Hamburg, Germany

Juan Velasquez, University of Chile, Chile

Václav Řepa, Prague University of Economics and Business, Czech Republic

Ovidiu Noran, Centre for Enterprise Architecture Research and Management, Australia / Griffith University, Australia


Submission Details: Preliminary

The maximum length for submissions are:

  • Full papers: 12 pages including references and appendices.
  • Short papers: 8 pages including references and appendices.
  • New Ideas and Vision Papers: 5 pages (plus one page for references)
  • Posters: 2 to 4 pages (plus one page for references)
  • Journal-first papers: the information to identify the journal paper will be indicated in the EasyChair system (in the field "Only for journal-first paper presentations") and the PDF file of the original journal paper (any length) must be uploaded.

There are four steps to submit a paper to the ISD2022 conference:


1.

Download and read (not applicable to journal-first papers):

Submission Details

This document contains a description of the procedure on paper submission.


The ISD Proceedings will be published in the AIS Electronic Library. Note: To be included in the proceedings, a paper must be presented at the conference by one of the authors. The best full papers (by invitation) will be published Springer as a separate volume of the Lecture Notes in Information Systems and Organization series (indexed by Scopus; subject to final approval)


2.

Download a template for paper or poster formatting (not applicable to journal-first papers):

PDF Document MS Word Template LaTeX Template

Templates containing instructions for paper or poster formatting.


Download referencing style:

Referencing Style .ens Referencing Style .csl

This referencing style can be used in your reference management software.


3.

Write an original, unpublished research paper or poster. Alternatively, you can also promote your already published work from prestigious journals (accepted after 1 January 2021), by submitting your journal publication to the "Journal-first" section of ISD2022.


(Anonymised paper/poster). Please remove any identifying information, such as authors' names or affiliations, from your paper/poster before submission.


(Journal-first papers, accepted after 1 January 2021 at a prestigious journal). Indicate in the EasyChair conference management system, in the field "Only for journal-first paper presentations", the following: journal name, DOI and link to the paper, Clarivate (JCR) impact factor of the journal, including JCR category/categories, and the abstract. Use the other, typical submission fields for paper title, author and abstract, then upload the original journal paper as PDF.


Submit a Paper or poster

Link to the conference management system.


4.

After you receive Notification of Acceptance:

Register for the Conference

Link to the Registration Form. Participants other than presenting authors should also use this link to register.


Contact

ISD 2022 Conference Organising Committee
Babeș-Bolyai University

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