ISB hosts ISIS 2013: International Symposium of Information Systems
The Srini Raju Centre for Information Technology and the Networked Economy (SRITNE) at the Indian School of Business (ISB) hosts the sixth edition of the highly successful International Symposium of Information Systems (ISIS).
ISIS has become known for its high quality research programme and for facilitating academic-industry conversations about IT strategy, digital marketing, and governance. All aspects of theoretical and empirical research about information technologies in business are welcome. We are particularly interested in research on digital economics, social media, socioeconomic transformation, big data analytics, digital entrepreneurship and global outsourcing.
Abstract submission deadline: July 25, 2012
Registration prior to September 25, 2012: USD 300
Registration after September 25, 2012, including on spot: USD 350
Submission of Abstract
If you are interested in attending the conference and making a presentation, please submit a 5-page single spaced (including text, diagrams, tables and references) abstract of your research study by email to email@example.com before July 25, 2012. Proposals for panel discussions should also be submitted in a similar 5-page abstract format. Panels involving practitioners are particularly encouraged.
Abstracts will be evaluated based on their potential research contribution and the ability to stimulate interest and discussion at the conference. If your abstract is accepted for presentation at the conference, it will be published in a Book of Abstracts. The Book of Abstracts contains the title and a 300 word brief abstract of each of the researches to be presented at the conference. ISIS does not take any copyright on this. The purpose of the Book of Abstracts is to circulate your work within the Indian IT/ITeS industry. Please email the final abstract (approx. 300 words) at least one month before the conference to firstname.lastname@example.org
Your research study should be sufficiently complete by the time of the conference to enable a stimulating presentation and meaningful discussion. At least one co-author of an accepted abstract for the conference must pre-register before September 20, 2012 for its continued inclusion in the programme. The abstract must be prepared using 11-point font, formatted for 8.5 inch by 11 inch paper, with 1 inch margins (top, bottom, left and right).
Research Topics of Interest
All aspects of theoretical and empirical research in information systems, especially those related to the globalisation of information technology development and outsourcing of business processes, are appropriate for this Conference.
Other specific topics of interest include:
- Advances in management of information systems
- Business value measurement and strategic impacts of IT
- Collaboration systems
- Contracting and agency theoretic issues in IT management
- Consumer Internet, e-commerce, auctions and pricing
- Data warehouse, data mining and knowledge discovery
- Database modelling, technology and systems
- Distributed computing
- Emerging technologies
- Impact of IT on organisations and markets
- Information security
- Information technology (IT) and industrial organisation
- Internet and electronic commerce
- Intellectual property, privacy, and assurance
- Intelligent/expert systems
- Knowledge management technologies
- Mobile commerce and wireless technologies
- Productivity and quality in information systems development and maintenance
- Public policy issues in IT
- Software engineering
- Supply and demand of IT
- Systems analysis and design
- Technology adoption and diffusion
- Web-based information systems
Srini Raju Centre for IT and the Networked Economy (SRITNE)
Indian School of Business
For any further information, please contact Arun Kumar at +91 40 2318 7191
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