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The European Conference on Information Systems 2023 aims to offer special interest workshops on 12-13 June 2023 before the start of the main conference.

We invite the IS community to submit proposals for full-day or half-day workshops by December 1st, 2022, to the Workshop Chairs.

ECIS 2023 workshops should be aimed to:

  • Encourage and build communities of interest among scholars – from students to emeritus.
  • Provide a platform to share knowledge and foster conversation on a shared interest.
  • Allow colleagues – both junior and senior – to network and engage with others who share similar interests.
  • Provide an opportunity to generate ideas, challenge assumptions, think differently, inspire action and form new partnerships.
  • Allow for feedback and early reactions from the community on ongoing projects or emerging topics.

Submitting a workshop proposal for ECIS 2023 is simple. Please, submit your workshop proposal by filling out this form. In your proposal, briefly elaborate on how the workshop relates to the conference's central theme, "Co-creating sustainable digital futures" in particular and/or to IS more in general.

As far as possible, we plan to give early feedback to workshop organizers about similar workshop proposals and enable them to consider mergers (or fine-tuning to make workshops more distinct) ahead of time. Please do not hesitate to ask any questions or raise any issues you may have.

The Workshop Chairs will make decisions to accept/reject workshop proposals in consultation with the Conference and Program Chairs. Space limitations and relevance will govern the number of workshops.

The organizers of the accepted workshops will be responsible for the reviewing process and publicity (e.g., website and call for papers), where relevant, and will need to cooperate closely with the Workshop Chairs and the ECIS 2023 local organizers to finalize all organizational details. It is up to the workshop organizers to open for the possibility of hybrid or online participation in the workshop and plan accordingly.

Workshop attendees and organizers must pay the ECIS2023 workshop registration fee. If workshop attendees would also like to attend the main ECIS conference, they must also pay the conference registration fee. Workshop registrations and payments will be made via the Conference registration system, and costs to the facilities will thus be taken care of by the local ECIS organizers. Notably, local organizers may require that all workshops adhere to specific requirements regarding the general timetable, registration, and catering.

Workshop organizers must inform the Workshop Chairs of the number of submissions and acceptances as these numbers become available. Please note that the workshop's time and/or location might be adjusted based on the number of submissions received and that workshops may be canceled due to a lack of submissions or registrations at the early registration deadline. Only accepted workshops are official ECIS2023 workshops and will enjoy the support of the ECIS organizing committee.

Deadlines

  • December 1, 2022: Deadline for Submissions
  • January 10, 2023: Notification of preliminary acceptance of proposals and next steps

Workshop Chairs

  • Mijalche Santa, Faculty of Economics, Ss. Cyril and Methodius University in Skopje, Northern Macedonia. Email: mijalche.santa@eccf.ukim.edu.mk
  • Elena Parmiggiani, Department of Computer Science, NTNU, Norway. Email: parmiggi@ntnu.no
  • Abayomi Bayiere, Department of Digitalization, CBS, Denmark. Email: aba.digi@cbs.dk