Building on the theme “Information Systems Fostering Innovation and Business Opportunities”, MCIS2016 seeks high quality submissions that explore the opportunities and challenges related to IS as a driving force for Innovation in Business and Society.
Conference proceedings will be published in the AIS digital library: http://aisel.aisnet.org/mcis/
- General Track
- Big Data and Business Analytics Ecosystems
- Cloud Computing Services
- Digital Currencies, Digital Payments and Blockchain Applications
- Digital Media Ecosystems
- Digital Transformation
- Electronic Markets
- ICT for Healthcare
- ICTs and Organisations
- Innovation through Gamification
- IS Case Studies
- IS Curriculum & Education
- Social Influence and Product Diffusion
- Trust, Security and Privacy
- User-centered Business Information Visualisation
- Virtual Collaborations for Business Innovation
- Research Papers are full-length papers (up to 12 pages).
- Research-in-Progress papers are promising but incomplete research projects that will benefit from the feedback of other MCIS participants (up to 7 pages).
- Abstracts will be presented in a poster session (up to 3 pages).
All accepted papers will be presented at MCIS2016 and published in the MCIS2016 proceedings.
Doctoral Consortium, Panels, and Tutorials
To participate in the Doctoral Consortium, or to organize a Panel discussion, or a Tutorial, please see the separate calls for these events on the MCIS 2016 website.
- 15 March 2016: Open submission
- 22 May 2016: Submissions deadline
- 19 June 2016: Decision notification
- 8 July 2016: Camera ready paper
- 8 July 2016: Doctoral consortium applications deadline
- 8 July 2016: Panel proposals due
- 8 July 2016: Tutorials proposals due
- 4-6 September 2016: Conference