2022 AIM Pre-ICIS workshop - call for paper

Dear colleagues,

The 2022 AIM Pre-ICIS workshop will be held on December 10, 2022, in Copenhagen, Denmark. You will be able to rejoin the AIS’s ICIS, scheduled for December 9-14, 2022 (Copenhagen, Denmark).

This year, the AIM pre-ICIS will take the form of a paper development workshop. You can submit your paper in French or English and present in any of these languages. The French AIS Chapter workshop is a fantastic opportunity to discuss your work in progress: it is open to the French speaking community and beyond. We would like to highlight the conference theme track that invites forward looking research on digitization for the next generation.

Short papers typically describe ongoing work that is yet to be completed, but promising. Short papers could take various forms. For example, they can be theoretical (presenting promising frameworks), empirical (with some preliminary results), or present a design of novel and useful concepts, artefacts (testing need not to be done). Short papers should include a paragraph describing what work remains to complete the paper.

Your paper must not exceed five (5) pages (all inclusive) and must conform to the ICIS paper submission template. The page limit covers everything in the submission, including title, text, tables, figures, appendices, and references.

ICIS submission template: https://icis2022.aisconferences.org/wp-content/uploads/2022/03/ICIS2022_Paper_Submission_Template_2.docx

The 2022 AIM Pre-ICIS workshop proceedings will be indexed by the AIS library.

Please make note of the following important dates:

October 03, 2022: paper submission deadline (11:59 pm EDT).

• Include ‘2022 Pre-ICIS AIM Submission’ as your email subject line.

• In your email, provide the names of the authors and their contact details, and attach your anonymized manuscript in pdf or doc(x).

October 24, 2022: Acceptance decisions communicated to authors

November 8, 2022: Camera-ready submissions due

December 10, 2022: 2022 Pre-ICIS AIM Workshop

For questions regarding your submission to the pre-icis, please contact Jean-Loup Richet (richet.iae@univ-paris1.fr)