The Student Track enables students to actively participate in the conference. It is aimed at Master-level students who are interested in either an IT-related position in the business world or in a doctorate in business informatics.
The Student Track offers a platform where students, scientists and practitioners can meet and get to know each other in a professional discourse. Students from all locations and fields of business informatics are invited to submit high quality papers. Students who do not submit their own contribution are also welcome to attend the sessions and participate in the Student Track’s framework program. The Student Track is open for different main topics of Business Informatics. We invite contributions that deal with the design and use of information and communication systems in organizations from different perspectives. The Student Track provides the freedom to consider individual thematic orientations of the students.
25.10.2020: Submission of contributions
30.11.2020: Notification of students
22.12.2020: Submission of the contributions ready for printing
• Service Engineering and Management
• Business Process Management
• Business Engineering
• Business Transformation
• Business Intelligence and Data Science
• Customer Relationship Management
• (Service) Platforms
• Smart Services
• Social Media
• Mobile Application
• Sustainability and Green IS
Possible application areas: e-Business, eBanking, eManufacturing, eLearning, eGovernment, and eHealth.
We consider conceptual as well as behavioral or design-oriented contributions.
Best Student Paper Award: The Liechtenstein Chapter of the Association for Informaton Systems (AIS) awards the best student paper with a prize money of 500,- Euro.
Martin Matzner is Professor of the Institute for Wirtschaftsinformatik and Head of the Chair for Digital Industrial Service Systems at the Friedrich-Alexander University Erlangen-Nuremberg (FAU).
In 2012, he received his doctorate from the University of Münster for his work on the management of networked service business processes in business informatics. His research areas include business process management, business process analysis, service engineering and service management. In these areas, he has completed a number of research projects funded by the European Union, the German government and industry. He has published more than 70 research papers and articles, among others in Management Information Systems Quarterly (MISQ) and IEEE Transactions on Engineering Management. He is editor of the Journal of Service Management Research.
University of Liechtenstein
Thomas Grisold is Assistant Professor at the Institute for Information Systems at the University of Liechtenstein.
His research and teaching revolves around BPM-related topics and he is particularly interested in the interface between BPM and organizational theory. His research has been published in IS, BPM and organization-related journals such as Business Horizons, Management Learning, The Data Base for Advances in Information Systems and Business Process Management Journal. Thomas received his doctorate from the Vienna University of Economics and Business Administration (WU), where he focused on organizational learning and unlearning processes. He was a visiting researcher at the University of Notre Dame (US), Queensland University of Technology (Australia), Lancaster University (UK), the University of Palermo (Italy) and the University of Zagreb (Croatia).
Prof. Dr. Jörg Becker, Universität Münster
Prof. Dr. Ulrich Bretschneider, Universität Kassel
Prof. Dr. Jan vom Brocke, Universität Liechtenstein
Prof. Dr. Werner Esswein, Technische Universität Dresden
Prof. Dr. Torsten Eymann, Universität Bayreuth
Prof. Dr. Hans-Georg Fill, Universitè de Fribourg
Prof. Dr. Ulrich Frank, Universität Duisburg-Essen
Prof. Dr.-Ing. Norbert Gronau, Universität Potsdam
Prof. Dr. Ulrike Lechner, Universität der Bundeswehr München
Prof. Dr. Christine Legner, Université de Lausanne
Prof. Dr. Susanne Leist, Universität Regensburg
Prof. Dr. Claudia Loebbecke, Universität zu Köln
Prof. Dr. Peter Loos, Universität des Saarlandes
Prof. Dr. Ronald Maier, Universität Innsbruck
Prof. Dr. Florian Matthes, TU München
Prof. Dr. Jan Mendling, Wirtschaftsuniversität Wien
Prof. Dr. Kathrin Möslein, FAU Erlangen-Nürnberg
Prof. Dr. Markus Nüttgens, Universität Hamburg
Prof. Dr. Christoph Peters, Universität St. Gallen
Prof. Dr. René Riedl, Universität Linz
Prof. Dr. Detlef Schoder, Universität zu Köln
Prof. Dr. Alfred Taudes, Wirtschaftsuniversität Wien
Prof. Dr. Christof Weinhardt, Technische Universität Karlsruhe
Prof. Dr. Markus Weinmann, Erasmus University