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International Conference on Information Systems 2006 (ICIS 2006)
December 10-13, 2006, Milwaukee, Wisconsin, USA
http://www.ICIS2006.org 


Please see the call for papers for ICIS 2006 below, where this is the 3rd year that ICIS has an Human-Computer Interaction (HCI) track as one of the main research tracks.

Please take note on a number of new things this year at ICIS:

1. The overall accepted NUMBER of papers will be increased (by 33% - see below)

2. Research-in-progress papers will be accepted.

3. The HCI track at ICIS will participate in a special issue/theme to be fast tracked by the Journal of Association for Information Systmes (JAIS), the flagship journal of the Association for Information Systems (AIS). The basic idea is that the best papers from the ICIS HCI track will be invited to be fast tracked for publication in JAIS (together with the pre-ICIS HCI workshop best papers, and the best papers from the HCI track at the Hawaii International Conference on System Sciences, HICSS). Details will follow.


So please pass the message around and send in your best work to the following meetings:

- ICIS HCI track (deadline is May 5)
- Pre-ICIS HCI workshop (deadline is in August)


PS. In case you are less clear about the difference between the two: 

- ICIS is the most prestigous annual international conference in the information systems field. The first ICIS was in 1980. ICIS normally has an acceptance rate around 15%. The conference has various research tracks that papers are organized into. ICIS is sponsored by AIS.  HCI track is one of the several research tracks since 2004.

- The Pre-ICIS workshop is an annual international research workshop designated for HCI research in MIS. It meets right before the ICIS conference. The first pre-ICIS HCI workshop was held in 2002.
 
Now both meetings (and several other meetings) are sponsored by AIS SIGHCI (http://sigs.aisnet.org/SIGHCI/), established in 2001. 


Regards,

Ping 



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Dr. Ping Zhang    Associate Professor   School of Information Studies
Hinds Hall 328    Syracuse University    Syracuse, NY 13244     
Phone: (315) 443-5617  Fax: (315) 443-6886   Email: [log in to unmask] 
Homepage: http://melody.syr.edu/pzhang    

AIS SIGHCI: http://sigs.aisnet.org/sighci 
AMIS Volumes on HCI in MIS: http://melody.syr.edu/hci/amis
New HCI textbook for IS students: http://melody.syr.edu/hcibook
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>>> "William David Haseman" <[log in to unmask]> 4/5/2006 8:23 PM >>>
CALL FOR PAPERS * Deadline reminder and increase in the number of accepted
papers

International Conference on Information Systems 2006 (ICIS 2006)
December 10-13, 2006, Milwaukee, Wisconsin, USA
http://www.ICIS2006.org 

This is a reminder that the deadline for submission of papers to ICIS 2006
is May 5, 2006 --just one month away.  Based on increased attendance and
feedback from those attending previous ICIS conferences, the conference
and program committees have decided to expand the number of accepted
papers by 33%.  The format for ICIS 2006 will move from six to eight
parallel tracks.  The committees have also decided to bring back
work-in-progress papers.  This is only the first of a number of changes to
demonstrate that ICIS 2006 is listening to you.

The Association for Information Systems (AIS), the premier association for
IS academics, will hold its 27th International Conference on Information
Systems (ICIS) in Milwaukee, Wisconsin, in 2006.  ICIS is the most
prestigious academic conference of the AIS and brings together the world's
leading IS scholars to present their latest work and debate with their
colleagues the impact of their findings and directions for future
research.

The ICIS 2006 Program Committee invites submissions of completed research
papers, research-in-progress papers, conference theme papers, research
methods papers, teaching cases and proposals for panels.  Submissions will
be accepted in the following tracks:

*  Alternative Approaches to Information Systems Development
*  Breakthrough Ideas in Information Technology
*  Design Science
*  Economics and Information Systems
*  Global Information Technology Management
*  Human-Computer Interaction
*  Knowledge Management
*  Epistemological and Philosophical Issues in Information Systems
*  Security and Assurance
*  Social, Behavioral and Organizational Aspects of Information Systems
*  Valuing IT Opportunities
*  Web-based Information Systems and Applications
*  IT For Underserved Communities (Conference Theme)
*  Quantitative Research Methods
*  General Topics (Topics not covered by the tracks listed above)
*  Panels
*  Teaching Cases

IMPORTANT DATES

Submission Open: January 31, 2006
Submission Deadline: May 5, 2006, 11:59 PM US EST
Notification of Authors:  July 31, 2006
Deadline for Final Papers: September 8, 2006
Conference: December 10-13, 2006

SUBMISSION GUIDELINES

All submissions must be in Microsoft® Word .DOC format and must use the
provided template.  Full papers should be less than 10,000 words, research
in progress less than 5,000 words, and the panels should be less than
1,500 words.

EXECUTIVE COMMITTEE

Conference Chair:  William (Dave) Haseman, University of
Wisconsin-Milwaukee, USA
Program Co-Chair: Detmar Straub, Georgia State University, USA
Program Co-Chair: Stefan Klein, University College Dublin, Ireland
Doctoral Consortium Co-Chair: Prabuddha De, Purdue University, USA
Doctoral Consortium Co-Chair: Christina Soh, Nanyang Technological
University, Singapore
Conference Treasurer: Derek Nazareth, University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee,
USA

PROGRAM COMMITTEE

Brian Fitzgerald, University of Limerick, Ireland
Julie Kendall, Rutgers University, Camden, USA
Zahir Irani, Brunel University, UK
Ray Hackney, Manchester Metropolitan University, UK
Alan Hevner, University of South Florida, USA
Chris Kemerer, University of Pittsburgh, USA
Roberto Evaristo, University of Illinois, Chicago, USA
Bernard Tan, National University, Singapore
Kar Yan Tam, KHURST, China
Ping Zhang, Syracuse University, USA
Genevieve Bassellier, McGill University, Canada
Sandy Staples, Queens University, Canada
Emmanuel Monod, Universite Paris Dauphine, France
Rudy Hirschheim, Louisiana State University, USA
Richard Baskerville, Georgia State University, USA
Mikko Siponen, University of Oulu, Finland
Nathalie Mitev, LSE, UK
Mihir Parikh, University of Central Florida, USA
Rajiv Kohli, College of William and Mary, USA
M. Adam Mahmood, University of Texas at El Paso, USA
James Y.L. Thong, Hong Kong Univ. of Science & Technology, China
Mariam Zahedi, University of Wisconsin--Milwaukee, US
Robert Davison, City University of Hong Kong, China
Lynette Kvasny, Penn State, USA
Wynne Chin, University of Houston, USA
David Gefen, Drexel University, USA
Trevor T. Moores, University of Las Vegas, USA
Uday Kulkarni, Arizona State University, USA
Jeanne Ross, Massachusetts Institute of Technology, USA
Soon Ang, Nanyang Technological University, Singapore
Sid Huff, Victoria University of Wellington, New Zealand
Carol Brown, Indiana University, USA

VENUE

Milwaukee, the host city, is the new hot-spot for Midwest meeting
destinations.  The city boasts world-class performing and visual arts
venues, fabulous dining, revitalized historic areas, and a sparkling
lakefront. It's also home to the Milwaukee Art Museum's magnificent new
expansion by world-renowned architect Santiago Calatrava.  Overlaying its
"big city" trappings, you'll find still find the genuine hospitality of
its residents that has always distinguished Milwaukee.  Big city
excitement-small town warmth make Milwaukee an extraordinary place to
visit.

For all it has to offer, Milwaukee remains an affordable destination.  It
earns high marks for its accessibility, with 14 airlines serving 90 cities
directly from General Mitchell International Airport.   The main
conference activities will take place at one of the most striking
convention facilities in the country, the Midwest Airlines Center.

Attend ICIS 2006 and visit Milwaukee!   We look forward to welcoming you.

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