Full papers of 5000-7000 words should document established results and be presented according to the highest academic standards. Full papers will be allocated 30 mins (20 mins presentation, 10 mins discussion).
Developmental papers including concept papers, position papers and research-in-progress will also be considered and should be between 1500-2000 words. UKAIS actively encourages submissions from early researchers and early researcher group submissions. The purpose of the short paper category is to enable researchers to discuss their work whilst it is in developmental stage, so comments and feedback obtained at the event can be incorporated in the final stages of research and writing up.
All papers must be formatted using the UKAIS conference template which is available here. The paper title and authors’ names and contact details must appear on a cover sheet only, as should a clear indication of the topic areas for which the presenter is aiming. To facilitate the blind refereeing process, the body of the paper must be presented anonymously, with the title at the head of each page. Each paper will receive a double peer review.
Posters, new for this year, should have a 500-word accompanying text and be of the highest academic standards. A Poster Slam session will be arranged for the presentation of the posters. Please format your poster via the template.
All papers must be submitted through EasyChair which can be accessed here.
All accepted papers will appear in the published proceedings of the conference which will be ISBN registered. All accepted full-papers will be available internationally through publication in the official AIS electronic library. The UKAIS affiliation with AIS offers our authors a global reach to their work, as all papers are part of the AIS eLibrary: https://aisel.aisnet.org/ukais/.