Call For Papers: Hawaii International Conference on System Sciences 53


HICSS, the longest standing scientific conference in the information systems and technology field, has opened their call for participation for HICSS-53, which will take place January 7-10, 2020.

Since 1968, HICSS has attracted high caliber scholars and professionals in academia, industry and government agencies around the world to present their cutting-edge research. During the past five decades, research papers presented at HICSS have promoted innovations and advanced the development in the information systems and technology at the global scale.

Dr. Cogburn will also be hosting a tutorial at HICSS-53 titled “Opportunities and Challenges in Text Analytics.” This is the fifth year IDPP has offered this text mining tutorial as a compliment to the text mining mini-track. More details to be announced soon.

Calls for papers are now available for three mini-tracks that will be co-chaired by IDPP’s Executive and Deputy Directors, Dr. Derrick Cogburn and Dr. Filippo Trevisan. Submissions begin on April 15, 2019.

Calls for Papers

Culture, Identity and Social Inclusion Mini-Track

This mini-track’s knowledge niche connects digital and social media to culture(s), identity (ies), access, and inclusion. It welcomes a range of research foci, methods and frameworks as it addresses a vital and ever-changing research arena. There are research opportunities for understanding better how digital and social media can foster (or sometimes hinder) diversity and inclusion in multiple settings in a world that is increasingly more local and global at the same time.

Distributed Collaboration in Organizations and Networks Mini-Track

This mini-track invites papers that offer direct and indirect insights into the successful operation of virtual teams, organizations and networks, including research in the vein of computer supported collaborative work (CSCW), computer supported collaborative learning (CSCW), and social and organizational networks. 

Text Analytics Mini-Track

This mini-track is designed to provide an interactive forum by bringing together researchers to discuss the critical issues of text mining.

It invites papers that apply text-mining approaches to a wide variety of substantive domains, including, but not limited to theoretical and applied approaches to analyzing various genres of textual data.

Important Dates for HICSS-53

Paper Submissions

April 15, 2019: Beginning of Submission Period
June 15, 2019: Paper Submission Deadline (11:59 pm HST)
August 17, 2019: Notification of Acceptance/Rejection
September 22, 2019: Deadline for Final Manuscript
October 1, 2019: Deadline for at least one author to register

Click here for paper submission information and author instructions.

Click here for a full list of tracks and mini-tracks.

Click here for general information about HICSS.