August 28-30, 2019, Toulon, France
We are delighted to invite you to submit a communication for the 28th International Conference on Information Systems Development on the theme: « Information Systems Beyond 2020 ». The ISD2019 will take place at the Higher Institute for Electronics and Digital Training in Toulon, France, on August 28-30, 2019.
We call for communication proposals that aim to identify, investigate and reflect on key research and practical topics related to the main theme of ISD2019. Our interest is on attracting papers that are relevant academically but also contribute to enhance the information systems practice.
Focus and theme
Phenomenal increase in computational power and IT development led to unprecedent increases in productivity and contributed to welfare increase in the capitalist economies over the last 40 decades. Hyper-connectivity has changed our day-to-day work and leisure practices; created new economic activities; and has transformed production, distribution and consumption in many sectors. However, the positive impact of hyper-connectivity is stained with online disinformation phenomenon, cyber-security risks, threats to privacy and personal liberties, data concentration in hands of a few number of technological companies. Other, global, challenges have not been in the focus of technology design and development, for example, environmental change, development, migration. The 28th conference edition provides momentum for the ISD community to self-reflect on where the IS research stands now and where it could go in the next decade to play a pivotal role in tackling global challenges in the next decade.
The ISD2019 conference, among other topics, focuses on:
- Society, Trust and Ethics in ISD
- Exploring New Media in ISD
- Information Systems Methodologies and Education
- Managing ISD
- Current topics in ISD
Description of the “Exploring New Media in ISD” track (related to VR/AR/MR):
The theme of this track is Human-centered New Media Technologies that consists of both data representation and interaction. The term Human-centered New Media Technologies comprises both Human-Media Interaction and Human-Human Interaction. The track will focus on both design and engineering novel media technologies, including virtual and augmented reality systems, data representation, training simulations, computer games, 3D animations, and interactive movies. The track will highlight novel methods and technologies beyond 2020, and promote innovation, creativity, interactivity, collaboration, and new service technologies as a step forward for the development and acceptance of futuristic tools and techniques centered around next generation media. The publications are expected to focus on not only novel concepts, but also the implementation and testing of these concepts as innovations in virtual and augmented reality as next generation media. It is expected that the papers will contribute to the advancement of knowledge in the field of next generation media technologies and their acceptance.
Track topics include (but not limited to):
- Virtual/Augmented/Mixed reality (VR/AR/MR)
- New Human-Computer Interaction paradigms
- Multi-sensory feedback (haptics, sound)
- Gesture recognition
- Motion Capture
- Human Factors in VR/AR/MR
- Collaborative environments
- User experience
- New services and applications
- Computer Games
- 3D Visualization
- Visual Analytics
- 3D Animation
- Computer Graphics
- Virtual shape modeling
- Jean-Rémy Chardonnet, Arts et Métiers/LISPEN/Institut Image, France
- Ruding Lou, Arts et Métiers/LISPEN/Institut Image, France
- José Tiberio Hernández, Los Andes University, Colombia
- Manolya Kavakli, Virtual Reality Lab/Macquarie University, Academy of Interactive Entertainment, Australia
The description of the other tracks are available at https://isd2019.isen.fr.
- April 1, 2019 – Paper Submission Deadline
- June 1, 2019 – Notification of Acceptance
- June 28, 2019 – Early-bird Registration
- August 28-30, 2019 – ISD2019 Conference
The ISD Proceedings will be published in the Association for Information Systems (AIS) eLibrary. In addition, a selection of the best papers (by invitation) will be published Springer as a separate volume of the Lecture Notes in Information Systems and Organization series (indexed by Scopus; subject to final approval).