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18.12.2017 17:59

Chair for Information Systems and Systems Engineering at the 38th International Conference on Information Systems (ICIS 2017)

This year the chair for Information Systems and Systems Engineering of Prof. Ali Sunyaev was proudly represented at the 38th ICIS, which took place in Seoul, South Korea from December 10th to December 13th 2017.

The ICIS is the most prestigious gathering of information systems academics and research-oriented practitioners in the world. At ICIS 2017 the following research papers were presented:

Schneider D., Lins S., Grupp T., Benlian A., and Sunyaev A. (Complete Research Paper): Nudging Users Into Online Verification: The Case of Carsharing Platforms. The paper is available in the ICIS 2017 proceedings [PDF]

Thiebes, S., Lyytinen, K., and Sunyaev, A. (Complete Research Paper): Sharing Is About Caring? Motivating and Discouraging Factors in Sharing Individual Genomic Data. The paper is available in the ICIS 2017 proceedings [PDF]

Sturm, B. and Sunyaev, A. (Short Paper): You Can't Make Bricks Without Straw: Designing Systematic Literature Search Systems. The paper is available in the ICIS 2017 proceedings [PDF]

Lins S. and Sunyaev A. (Short Paper): Unblackboxing IT Certifications:A Theoretical Model Explaining IT Certification Effectiveness. The paper is available in the ICIS 2017 proceedings [PDF]

Lins, S. Schneider D., Benlian A., and Sunyaev A. (Short Paper): The Shifts of Fortune Test the Reliability of Friends – The Brittle Nature of Signal Reliability in Cloud Service Markets. The paper is available in the ICIS 2017 proceedings [PDF]

At the 2017 AIS SIG-Health Pre-ICIS Workshop two papers were presented:

Teigeler, H., Lins, S., and Sunyaev, A.: Chicken and Egg Problem: What Drives Cloud Service Providers and Certification Authorities to Adopt Continuous Service Certification? The paper is available here.

Thiebes, S., Lyytinen, K., and Sunyaev, A.: Individuals’ Willingness to Share Private Genome Data: Towards a Non-Personal Privacy Calculus. The paper is available here.

Sebastian Lins participated in the ICIS doctoral consortium where he presented his work entitled 'Understanding and Enhancing the Effectiveness of Certifications'. The paper is available here.