Call for paper

ISAP 2018

IMPORTANT DATES

WORKSHOP OBJECTIVES AND TOPICS

Submission Guidelines

All papers must be original and not simultaneously submitted to another journal or conference. The following paper categories are welcome:
Completed research manuscripts (Full papers) should have completed analyses, documentation of results, and discussion of implications. Completed research manuscripts are usually close to journal submissions, but shorter. Authors of accepted papers in this category will present their study in one of the oral presentation sessions.
Completed research papers must not exceed Sixteen (16) single-spaced pages and must conform to the AIS-SIG-ISAP 2018 submission template. The page limit covers everything in the submission, including title, text, tables, figures, appendices, and references. Submissions that exceed this limit will be automatically rejected.
Research-in-progress manuscripts (Posters) report research that is promising but incomplete. They are usually at the theorizing or analysis stage. Consequently, they generally include either no data analysis (for studies at the theorizing stage) or preliminary data analysis (for studies at the analysis stage). Authors of accepted papers in this category will need to prepare and bring poster-size presentations (in Large Type format) for discussion at an interactive session. Guidelines for poster presentation will be announced after the notification of paper acceptance.
Research-in-progress papers must not exceed seven (8) single-spaced pages and must conform to the AIS-SIG-ISAP 2018 submission template. The page limit covers everything in the submission, including title, text, tables, figures, appendices, and references. Submissions that exceed this limit will be automatically rejected.
The format of papers must follow the submission instructions. You can also download the AIS-SIG-ISAP 2018 Submission Template here. The submission deadline is 3 September 2018 (11.59pm San Francisco time; UTC-08:00)

Topics

Business Intelligence and Data Analytics
E-Government in a Digitized Society
Enterprise Systems and Business Process Management
Financial Information Systems (FinTech, Blockchain, Big data & Credit/Financial risks research, etc.)
Green IS/IT and Sustainability
Human Computer Interaction and User Experience
Smart Cities, Smart Tourism, and Internet of Things
IS Education and E-learning
IS Implementation and Adoption
IS in Healthcare
IS Security and Privacy
IS/IT and Open Innovation
IS/IT in Mobile Business
IS/IT Project Management and Outsourcing
IS/IT Strategy, Leadership, and Governance
Knowledge Management
Service Science, Service Design, and User Experience
Social Media and Business Impact

Organizing Committees

Wei Huang, Xi’an Jiaotong University (waynehw@qq.com)
Haibing Lu, Santa Clara University (hlu@scu.edu)
Xin Tang, Xi’an Jiaotong University (525803935@qq.com)
Shan Liu, Xi’an Jiaotong University (Co-chair)
… More (HBUE, Shenzhen Univ., XMIT, etc.)
Dongyue Zhao, Xi’an Jiaotong University

Journal Publication

All accepted papers of the workshop are recommended to be published in the International Journal of Internet and Enterprise Management, which is the official journal of AIS-SIG-ISAP. The paper should undertake the double-blind review process. The journal will schedule a fast-track for each submission (one month for each review round) and organize a Special Issue. All the papers included in this journal will be submitted to Scopus/Thomson Reuters. In addition, we intend to select 3 excellent papers, and each selected paper will be awarded a Certificate of Excellence. High-quality submissions also have the opportunity to present as sample articles and get a FREE open-access service, which will greatly enhance the online visibility and citation of the article.

Registration Information

To allow for maximum participation among the participants, there is a limit of 20 participants. If you would like to attend, simply select this workshop when you register for ICIS 2018. The cost of the workshop is $150.

Workshop Agenda

13:00-13:30 Election of president, vice president, and council members
13:30-13:40 Welcome and Introduction
13:40-14:20 Keynote Speech
14:20-15:20 Paper 1-3 presentation (each paper is presented with 15 minutes and 5 Q&A)
15:20-15:30 Coffee break
15:30-18:30 Paper 6-9 presentation
19:00-20:00 Dinner