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24th UK Academy for Information Systems International Conference

9th - 10th April 2019, St Catherine's College, University of Oxford

The UKAIS conference is the premier academic event in the Information Systems calendar within the UK, and attracts leading scholars from the UK and overseas. It is a charity, whose aims are to enhance the recognition and knowledge of IS within the UK, and to provide a forum for discussing issues in IS teaching and research. UKAIS recognises the importance of including practitioners in its work.

We invite developmental and full papers that debate and reflect on the progress and future prospects of social transformation through information systems, or on any related topic. Illustrative topics include:

  • Artificial Intelligence systems
  • Bridging the Digital Divide: emancipatory IS
  • Business Intelligence and Decision Support
  • Business Process Management
  • eBusiness and Competitive Strategy
  • Economics and the Value of IS
  • eGovernment Solutions to the Citizen
  • Enterprise Systems
  • European and Cultural Issues in IS
  • Healthcare Information Systems
  • Human-Computer Interaction
  • Inter-Organizational Systems
  • Innovative Applications of IS in Teaching
  • IS Diversity and Diversity in IS
  • IS Artefacts and IS Artefact Design
  • IS Innovation, Adoption and Diffusion
  • IS Governance and Sourcing
  • Research Methods and Philosophy
  • Project Management and IS Development
  • Social Media
  • Service Engineering and Service Management
  • Ubiquitous and Mobile Information Systems
  • Technologies to Promote a Healthy and Secure Society

Important Dates:

10 December 2018 - Submissions deadline 
14 January 2019 - Notification of acceptance/rejection
18 February 2019 - Deadline for early bird registration
9-10 April 2019 - Conference (including doctoral consortium on 8 April)

All accepted papers will appear in the published proceedings of the conference which will be ISBN registered and available internationally through publication in the official AIS electronic library.


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