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HICSS-51

CONFERENCE ORGANIZATION Conference Chair Tung Bui, University of

Scientific Advisor

Advisor for External Development

John Seely Brown Deloitte Center for the Edge

Souren Paul Nova Southeastern University

Conference Program Coordinator Thayanan Phuaphanthong Department of IT Management, Shidler College of Business University of

Track Chairs Collaboration Systems and Technology Robert Briggs, San Diego State University Jay Nunamaker, University of Arizona

Information Technology in Healthcare William Chismar, University of Thomas Horan, University of Redlands Internet and the Digital Economy Alan Dennis, Indiana University Dave King, JDA Software Group, Inc.

Decision Analytics, Mobile Services & Service Science

Christer Carlsson, Abo Akademi University, Finland Haluk Demirkan, University of Washington-Tacoma Digital and Social Media Kevin Crowston, Syracuse University Karine Nahon, The Interdisciplinary Center (IDC) Herzliya and University of Washington

Knowledge Innovation & Entrepreneurial Systems Murray Jennex, San Diego State University Dave Croasdell, University of Nevada, Reno

Electronic Government Hans (Jochen) Scholl, University of Washington Lemuria Carter, Virginia Commonwealth University

Organizational Systems and Technology Hugh Watson, University of Georgia Dorothy Leidner, Baylor University

Electric Energy Systems Thomas Overbye, Texas A&M University Robert Thomas, Cornell University

Software Technology Gul Agha, University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign Rick Kazman, University of

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HICSS-52

JANUARY 8–11, 2019 | GRAND WAILEA, MAUI

Call for Participation The Hawai'i International Conference on System Sciences (HICSS) invites submission of: • Symposium, Workshop, and Tutorial (SWT) Proposals; • Minitrack Proposals; • Papers; • Applications for Pre-Conference Doctoral Consortium Please check hicss.org or hicss.hawaii.edu for more information. Important Dates for Symposium, Workshop, and Tutorial (SWT) Proposals February 28, 2018 | 11:59 pm HST: Deadline for SWT Proposal Submission March 28, 2018: Notification of Acceptance/Rejection Important Dates for Minitrack Proposals February 12, 2018 | 11:59 pm HST: Submission Deadline for Minitrack Proposal February 21, 2018: Notification of Acceptance/Rejection Important Dates for Paper Submission June 15, 2018 | 11:59 pm HST: Paper Submission Deadline August 17, 2018: Notification of Acceptance/Rejection September 22, 2018: Deadline for Authors to Submit Final Manuscript for Publication October 1, 2018: Deadline for at least one author of each paper to register for HICSS-52 Important Dates for Pre-Conference Doctoral Consortium Application July 15, 2018 | 11:59 pm HST: Application Deadline August 17, 2018: Notification of Acceptance/Rejection

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REMEMBERING RALPH H. SPRAGUE JR. (1938-2017)

Ralph H. Sprague Jr. who served as chairman and co-chairman of HICSS for 41 years, from HICSS-10 to HICSS-50 (1977-2017) passed away peacefully on April 28, 2017. Ralph was a pioneer in the field of Decision Support Systems. His work has inspired generations of researchers and has laid the foundations for today’s advanced use of computer technologies in business. With his seminal work on building effective systems to support decision-making, Ralph was regarded as one of the ten most influential researchers in the field of Management Information Systems at a time when it was beginning to find its way. Among his notable publications are “A Framework for the Development of Decision Support Systems” (MIS Quarterly, 1980), Building Effective Decision Support Systems (Sprague and Carlson 1982) and Information Systems Management in Practice (McNurlin, Sprague, and Bui, 1986 – 2009). Ralph was the founding chairman of the Department of Information Technology Management (then, Decision Sciences) at the Shidler College of Business, University of Hawaii at Manoa. Under his tenure, the department was rated the top department in the U.S. in the field of Decision Support Systems. In addition to his immeasurable scientific contributions, Ralph will be most remembered with great fondness as a friend, mentor, and colleague by the IS community worldwide. With his roadster and sailboat as part of his lifestyle, Ralph had a life well lived. The HICSS community celebrates and strives to honor the life and legacy of Ralph H. Sprague Jr. with its continued research excellence.

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HICSS-51

OVERALL SCHEDULE

January 2 | Tuesday 09:00 – 07:00 12:00 – 05:00 03:00 – 04:30 06:00 – 07:00

January 5 | Friday

Pre-Conference Doctoral Consortium Registration Board Meeting Conference Organizers Meeting at Grand Staircase | By Invitation Only

07:30 – 05:00 08:00 – 09:30 09:30 – 10:00 10:00 – 11:30 11:30 – 12:30 12:45 – 01:50 02:00 – 03:30 03:30 – 04:00 04:00 – 05:30 06:00 – 07:00

January 3 | Wednesday 08:00 – 05:00 09:00 – 10:15 10:15 – 10:45 10:45 – 12:00 12:00 – 01:00 01:00 – 02:15 02:15 – 02:45 02:45 – 04:00 04:20 – 05:00 05:00 – 05:30 06:00 – 07:00

Registration Symposia, Workshops, and Tutorials Coffee Break Symposia, Workshops, and Tutorials Lunch (on your own, but pre-order is available during the coffee break) Symposia, Workshops, and Tutorials Coffee Break Symposia, Workshops, and Tutorials Meeting - Track Chairs and Minitrack Chairs (See pp. 14 - 15 for location) Meeting - Minitrack Chairs and Authors (See pp. 14 - 15 for location) Welcome Reception at Lagoon Lanai | 1-hour Hosted Bar, Courtesy of Hilton Waikoloa Village

January 6 | Saturday 07:30 – 12:00 08:00 – 09:30 09:30 – 10:00 10:00 – 11:30 11:30 – 12:30 12:35 – 12:55 01:00 – 02:30 02:30 – 03:00 03:00 – 04:30 06:00 – 09:00

January 4 | Thursday 07:30 – 05:00 08:00 – 09:30 09:30 – 10:00 10:00 – 11:30 11:30 – 12:30 12:45 – 01:50 02:00 – 03:30 03:30 – 04:00 04:00 – 05:30 04:00 – 05:30 06:00 – 07:00

Registration Paper Sessions Coffee Break Paper Sessions Lunch Keynote Address Paper Sessions Coffee Break Paper Sessions Pau Hana Happy Hour | Meet the Editors at Lagoon Lanai

Registration Paper Sessions Coffee Break Paper Sessions Lunch Keynote Address Paper Sessions Coffee Break Paper Sessions Women’s Networking at Kohala 2 Pau Hana Happy Hour at Lagoon Lanai

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Registration Paper Sessions Coffee Break Paper Sessions Lunch Best Paper Award Ceremony Paper Sessions Coffee Break Paper Sessions Luau at Lagoon Lanai

WIFI Internet Connection at HICSS-51 Network ID: HICSS 2018 Password: hicss2018

HICSS-51

EVENT OVERVIEW

14 Event Matrices 22 Plenary Talks 24 Symposia, Workshops, and Tutorials 25 Big Data 26 Computing Technologies 28 Electronic Government 29 Innovation and Sustainability 29 IT and Society 31 Scientific Inquiry and Research Methods 32 Security 34 Schedule of Paper Presentations by Tracks 35 Collaboration Systems and Technology Track 39 Decision Analytics, Mobile Services, and Service Science Track 44 Digital and Social Media Track 47 Electronic Government Track 49 Electric Energy Systems Track 51 Information Technology in Healthcare Track 54 Internet and the Digital Economy Track 58 Knowledge Innovation and Entrepreneurial Systems Track 60 Organizational Systems and Technology Track 65 Software Technology Track 69 Index of Authors 76 Floor Plan of Meeting Space

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HICSS-51

DETAILED PROGRAM

Event Matrices 14 16 18 20

Wednesday January 3, 2018 Thursday January 4, 2018 Friday January 5, 2018 Saturday January 6, 2018

Plenary Talks 22 Cognitive Computing and the Future Inhi Suh, IBM Collaboration Solutions 23 Toward a Global Research Platform for Big Data Analysis Larry Smarr, California Institute for Telecommunications and Information Technology (Calit2), a UC San Diego/UC Irvine Partnership

Symposia, Workshops, and Tutorials 25 25 25 25 25 26 26 26 26 26 27 27 28 28

Big Data

Big Data and Analytics (BDA): Body of Knowledge, Organizational Issues and Governance Fundamentals and Applications of Visual Analytics Smart Data – A Pathway to the Future Data Analytics in the Curriculum (Insights on AACSB Curriculum Design) Continuous Delivery Analytics Text Mining Opportunities and Challenges in Big Data Analytics

Computing Technologies

Computing in Smart Toys Using Fuzzy Cognitive Map Modeling to Promote System Learning, Public Participation, and Problem Solving in Socio-environmental Systems Cognitive Computing and Cognitive Systems Quantum Computing BIZGENICS: Toward Intelligent Entrepreneurial Systems Enterprise Decision Support Systems and Data Analytics Tools for Resilient System Architecture and Acquisition Strategy Assessment

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28 28

Electronic Government

Smart Cities and Smart Governments: The Enabling Role of Research and Practice Collaborations in the Urban Context

Innovation and Sustainability



29 29



29 29 30 30 30 30 31



31 31 31 32

Scientific Inquiry and Research Methods



32 32 32 32 32 32 33 33

Security

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The Sixth Symposium on Sustainable Energy and Computing (SSEC) 2018

IT and Society

Digital Entrepreneurship: A Research Agenda Information Technology for the Informal Sector in Developing Countries IT as the Driver of Innovation for Digital Transformation Across the Enterprise MISQE Workshop on the Digital Workforce Social Media and Healthcare: A Research Agenda Using Big Data Analytics to Map the Emerging Body of Knowledge of Digital Transformation Internet of Things in Education: The Current State and the Future Digital Methods Best Practices Evaluation of Artifacts in Design Science Computational Social Science Meets Social Dilemmas: Integrating Simulations, Experiments, and Big Data Analyses 5G and User Controlled Privacy Competitions and Games Cybersecurity Big Data Analytics Certified Security by Design for Internet of Security Virtual Lab Automation and Design Cybersecurity will Change the Future of Computing Credibility Assessment and Screening Technologies (CAST)

Schedule of Paper Presentations by Tracks and Technology Track



35 Collaboration Systems and Technologies Track 35 Best and Next Practices in Online Education: Opportunities and Challenges 35 Communication and Information Systems Technology for Crisis and Disaster Management 35 Creativity in Teams and Organizations 35 Cross-Organizational and Cross-Border IS/IT Collaboration

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36 Data Science and Digital Collaborations 36 Emerging Issues in Distributed Group Decision-Making: Opportunities and Challenges 36 Human-Computer Interaction: Informing Design Utilizing Behavioral, Neurophysiological, and Design Science Methods 36 IT Enabled Collaboration in Development 37 Negotiation, Leadership, and Technology 37 Processes and Technologies for Small and Large Team Collaboration 37 Social and Psychological Perspectives in Collaboration Research 37 Social Media and e-Business Transformation 38 Technology Mediated Collaborations in Healthcare and Wellness Management 38 Text Mining in Big Data Analytics 38 The Sharing Economy 38 Virtual Teams, Organizations and Networks 39 Decision Analytics, Mobile Services, and Service Science Track 39 Big Data and Analytics: Pathways to Maturity 39 Business Intelligence, Analytics and Cognitive: Case Studies and Applications (COGS) 39 Data Analytics in Behavioral Research 40 Data, Text, and Web Mining for Business Analytics 40 Decision Support for Complex Networks 40 Decision Support for Smart Cities 40 Deep Learning Ubiquitous and Toy Computing 40 Digital Services and the Digitalization of Services 41 Gamification 41 Intelligent Decision Support for Logistics and Supply Chain Management 42 Interactive Visual Analytics and Visualization for Decision Making – Making Sense of Big Data 42 Internet of Things: Providing Services Using Smart Devices, Wearables, and Quantified Self 42 Machine Learning and Network Analytics in Finance 42 Mixed, Augmented and Virtual Reality 43 Mobile Value Services 43 Multi-criteria Decision Analysis and Support Systems 43 Online Decision Making and Information Systems Design 43 Open Digital Services and Platforms 43 Service Analytics

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44 Service Science 44 Smart Service Systems: Analytics, Cognition and Innovation 44 Soft Computing: Methods and Applications



44 44 44 44 45 45 45 45 45 46 46 46 46 47 47



47 47 47 48 48 48 48 48 48 48 49 49 49

Digital and Social Media Track

Ignite Talks Collective Intelligence and Crowds Critical and Ethical Studies of Digital and Social Media Data Analytics, Data Mining and Machine Learning for Social Media Decision Making in Online Social Networks Digital Social Media in Enterprise Games and Gaming Learning within Digital and Social Media Mediated Conversation Network Analysis of Digital and Social Media Social Information Systems Social Media and Communities Social Media: Culture, Identity, and Inclusion Social Movements and Social Technologies

Electronic Government Track

Cybersecurity and Government Emerging Topics in Electronic Government Enhancing Public Participation, Interaction, and Innovation in Government Government and Disaster Resilience Government Services and Information Government Transformation and Digitalization: Governance, Organization, and Management Information and Communication Technologies for Development (ICT4D): ICTs and Sustainable Development Insider Threats to Governments and Organizations Open Data and Data Analytics in Government Policies and Strategies for Digital Government Smart Cities and Smart City Government Social Media and Government

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Electric Energy Systems Track



49 49 49 50 50



51 Information Technology in Healthcare Track 51 Big-Data on Healthcare Application 51 Global Health IT Strategies 51 Health Behavior Change Support Systems 51 Health Information Technology for Development: Use of ICTs for Health Equity 51 Health Technologies that Interface Patients and Providers 52 ICT-enabled Self-management of Chronic Diseases and Conditions 52 IT Adoption, Diffusion and Evaluation in Healthcare 53 IT Architectures and Implementations in Healthcare Environments 53 IT-Enabled Healthcare Coordination 53 Personal Health Management and Technologies 53 Real-World Evaluation of Biosensor-Based Interventions in Healthcare 54 Security and Privacy Challenges for Healthcare 54 Seniors' Use of Health Information Technology 54 Social Media and Healthcare Technology 54 User Experience (UX) In Information Systems (IS) for Health and Wellness

54 54 55 55 55 56 56 56 56 57 57 57 57

Markets, Policy, and Computation Monitoring, Control and Protection Integrating Distributed or Renewable Resources Resilient Networks

Internet and the Digital Economy Track

Crowd-based Platforms Distributed Ledger Technology, the Blockchain Electronic Marketing Game System Design and the Digital Economy Global, International, and Cross-Cultural Issues in IS Innovative Behavioral IS Security and Privacy Research Privacy, 5G and Economics Social Shopping: The Good, the Bad and the Ugly The Diffusion, Impacts, Adoption and Usage of ICTs upon Society The Digital Supply Chain of the Future: Technologies, Applications and Business Models Truth and Lies: Deception and Cognition on the Internet Wearable Technology and the Internet of Everything

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58 58 58 58 58 58 58 59 59 59 59 59 60 60



60 60 60 60 61 61 61 61 62 62 62 63 63 63 63 64 64 65 65 65

Knowledge Innovation and Entrepreneurial Systems Track

Analytics in Support of Continuous Knowledge Creation Creation and Appropriation of Knowledge Systems Crowd Science Entrepreneurship and Knowledge Management Knowledge and Innovation Management in the Age of Complexity Knowledge Economics Knowledge Flows, Transfer, Sharing and Exchange Knowledge Management and Information Security Knowledge Management and Strategic Planning Knowledge Society, Culture, and Knowledge Systems Organizational Learning Reports from the Field Research Data and Knowledge Systems

Organizational Systems and Technology Track

Advances in Design Science Research Blockchain and Fintech Data Analytics Management, Governance, and Compliance Digital Innovation Enterprise Architecture and Business Processes Analysis Enterprise System Integration: Issues and Answers Information Security and Privacy Information Systems Success and Benefits Realization IT and Project Management IT Governance and its Mechanisms Managing Platforms and Ecosystems Organizational Issues of Business Intelligence, Business Analytics and Big Data Practice-based IS Research Social-Technical Issues in Organizational Information Technologies Strategy, Information, Technology, Economics, and Society (SITES) The Dark Side of Information Technology Theory and Information Systems Topics in Organizational Systems and Technology Trust, Identity, Trusted systems in Digital Environments

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65 65 66 66 66 66 66 67 67 67 67 67

Software Technology Track

Agile and Lean: Organizations, Products and Development Cybersecurity and Software Assurance Cyber Threat Intelligence and Analytics Cyber-Assurance for Internet of Things and Fog Computing Architectures Cyber-of-Things: Cyber Crimes, Cyber Security and Cyber Forensics Frontiers in AI and Software Engineering (FAISE'18) IS Risk and Decision-Making Metrics, Models, and Simulation for Cyber-Physical Systems Security and Critical Infrastructure for Cloud, IoT and Decentralized Trust Software Development for Mobile Devices, Wearables, and the Internet-of-Things Software Product Lines and Platform Ecosystems: Engineering, Services, and Management 67 Turning Smart: Challenges and Experiences in Smart Application Development 68 Wireless Networks

Index of Authors Floor Plan of Meeting Space

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HICSS-51 | EVENT SCHEDULE 3-Jan

Kohala 1

9:00 - 10:15

Kohala 2

Kohala 3

Kohala 4

Competitions and Games

5G and User Controlled Privacy

Cybersecurity Big Data Analytics

p. 32

p. 32

p. 32

Kona 1 Information Technology for the Informal Sector in Developing Countries p. 30

10:15 - 10: 45 Competitions and Games p. 32

12:00 - 1:00

Digital Methods "Best Practices"

Fundamentals and Applications of Visual Analytics

p. 31

p. 25

Kona 4 Big Data Analytics: Body of Knowledge, Organizational Issues and Governance p. 25

Kona 5

Computing in Smart Toys p. 26

5G and User Controlled Privacy

Cybersecurity Big Data Analytics

p. 32

p. 32

Information Technology for the Informal Sector in Developing Countries p. 30

Digital Methods "Best Practices" p. 31

Fundamentals and Applications of Visual Analytics p. 25

Big Data Analytics: Body of Knowledge, Organizational Issues and Governance p. 25

Computing in Smart Toys p. 26

LUNCH ON YOUR OWN, BUT PRE-ORDER IS AVAILABLE DURING THE COFFEE BREAK Smart Cities and Smart Governments: The Enabling Role of Research and Practice Collaborations in the Urban Context

Virtual Lab Automation and Design p. 32

p.28

Enterprise Decision Support Systems and Data Analytics Tools for Resilient System Architecture and Acquisition Strategy Assessment p. 28

Certified Security by Design for Internet of Security

Cybersecurity will Change the Future of Computing p. 33

p. 32

2:15 - 2:45

2:45 - 4:00

Kona 3

COFFEE BREAK

10:45 - 12:00

1:00 - 2:15

Kona 2

Continuous Delivery Analytics p. 26

Data Analytics in the Curriculum (Insights on AACSB Curriculum Design)

Smart Data - A Pathway to the Future

Cognitive Computing and System

p. 25

p. 27

Smart Data - A Pathway to the Future

Cognitive Computing and System

p. 25

p. 27

p. 25

COFFEE BREAK Smart Cities and Smart Governments: The Enabling Role of Research and Practice Collaborations in the Urban Context

Virtual Lab Automation and Design p. 32

p.28

Enterprise Decision Support Systems and Data Analytics Tools for Resilient System Architecture and Acquisition Strategy Assessment p. 28

Certified Security by Design for Internet of Security

Continuous Delivery Analytics p. 26

p. 32

Data Analytics in the Curriculum (Insights on AACSB Curriculum Design) p. 25

4:20 - 5:00 Meeting Track Chairs & Minitrack Chairs

Electronic Government

Collagoration Systems and Technologies

Decision Analytics, Mobile Services, and Service Science

Organizational Systems and Technology

5:00 - 5:30 Meeting Minitrack Chairs & Authors

Electronic Government

Collagoration Systems and Technologies

Decision Analytics, Mobile Services, and Service Science

Organizational Systems and Technology

6:00 - 7:00

WELCOME RECEPTION AT LAGOON LANAI, 1-HOUR HOSTED BAR, COURTESY OF HILTON WAIKOLOA VILLAGE

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WEDNESDAY | JANUARY 3, 2018 Queen's 4

Queen's 5

Queen's 6

Digital Entrepreneurship: A Research Agenda

Internet of Things in Education: The Current State and the Future

IT as the Driver of Innovation for Digital Transformation Across the Enterprise

p. 29

p. 31

Waikoloa 2

p. 30

King's 1

King's 2

Using Fuzzy Cognitive Map Modeling to Promote System Learning, Public Participation, and Problem Solving in Socio-environmental Systems

The Sixth Symposium on Sustainable Energy and Computing (SSEC)

Text Mining Opportunities and Challenges in Big Data Analytics

CAST: Credibility Assessment and Screening Technologies

p. 26

p. 33

p. 26

p. 29

King's 3

Water's Edge Boardroom

Waikoloa 3

COFFEE BREAK

Digital Entrepreneurship: A Research Agenda

p. 29

Internet of Things in Education: The Current State and the Future p. 31

Using Fuzzy Cognitive Map Modeling to Promote System Learning, Public Participation, and Problem Solving in Socio-environmental Systems

IT as the Driver of Innovation for Digital Transformation Across the Enterprise p. 30

p. 26

MISQE Workshop on the Digital Workforce p. 30

Internet of Things in Education: The Current State and the Future p. 31

Using Big Data Analytics to Map the Emerging Body of Knowledge of Digital Transformation p. 31

BIZGENICS: Toward Intelligent Entrepreneurial Systems p. 28

The Sixth Symposium on Sustainable Energy and Computing (SSEC) p. 29

Evaluation of Artifacts in Design Science p. 31

Text Mining Opportunities and Challenges in Big Data Analytics

CAST: Credibility Assessment and Screening Technologies

p. 26

p. 33

Text Mining Opportunities and Challenges in Big Data Analytics p. 26

MISQE Workshop on the Digital Workforce p. 30

Internet of Things in Education: The Current State and the Future p. 31

Using Big Data Analytics to Map the Emerging Body of Knowledge of Digital Transformation p. 31

BIZGENICS: Toward Intelligent Entrepreneurial Systems p. 28

10:45 - 12:00

12:00 - 1:00

Social Media and Healthcare: A Research Agenda p. 30

CAST: Credibility Assessment and Screening Technologies

1:00 - 2:15

p. 33

COFFEE BREAK Computational Social Science Meets Social Dilemmas: Integrating Simulations, Experiments, and Big Data Analyses p. 32

9:00 - 10:15

10:15 - 10: 45

LUNCH ON YOUR OWN, BUT PRE-ORDER IS AVAILABLE DURING THE COFFEE BREAK Computational Social Science Meets Social Dilemmas: Integrating Simulations, Experiments, and Big Data Analyses p. 32

3-Jan

2:15 - 2:45

Evaluation of Artifacts in Design Science p. 31

Text Mining Opportunities and Challenges in Big Data Analytics p. 26

Social Media and Healthcare: A Research Agenda p. 30

CAST: Credibility Assessment and Screening Technologies

2:45 - 4:00

p. 33

Digital and Social Media

Internet and the Digital Economy

Software Technology

Information Technology in Healthcare

Electric Energy Systems

Knowledge Innovation and Entrepreneurial Systems

4:20 - 5:00

Digital and Social Media

Internet and the Digital Economy

Software Technology

Information Technology in Healthcare

Electric Energy Systems

Knowledge Innovation and Entrepreneurial Systems

5:00 - 5:30

WELCOME RECEPTION AT LAGOON LANAI, 1-HOUR HOSTED BAR, COURTESY OF HILTON WAIKOLOA VILLAGE

6:00 - 7:00

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HICSS-51 | EVENT SCHEDULE 4-Jan

Kohala 1 EG 12: Policies and Strategies for Digital Governance p. 49

8:00 - 9:30

EG 7: Government Transformation and Digitalization: Governance, Organization, and Management

Kohala 2

Kohala 3

Kohala 4

Kona 1

Kona 2

Kona 3

Kona 4

Kona 5

CL 2: Communication and Information Systems Technology for Crisis and Disaster Management

HC 20: Social Media and Healthcare Technology

CL 21: The Sharing Economy

OS 10: Information Security and Privacy

DA 1: Big Data and Analytics: Pathways to Maturity

DA 31: Smart Service Systems: Analytics, Cognition, and Innovation

DA 13: Gamification

OS 14 : IT and Project Management

p. 61

p. 39

p. 41

p. 62

DA 14: Gamification

OS 15: IT and Project Management

p. 54

p. 38

p.44

p. 35

p. 48

9:30 - 10:00

10:00 - 11:30

COFFEE BREAK EG 8: Government Transformation and Digitalization: Governance, Organization, and Management p. 48

CL 3: Communication and Information Systems Technology for Crisis and Disaster Management

HC 21: Social Media and Healthcare Technology p. 54

CL 22: The Sharing Economy p. 38

OS 11: Information Security and Privacy

DA 2: Big Data and Analytics: Pathways to Maturity

p. 62

p. 39

BUFFET LUNCH

12:45 - 1: 50

KEYNOTE ADDRESS

2:00 - 3:30

CL 12: IT Enabled Collaboration in Developing Countries p. 36

HC 19: Seniors' Use of Health Information Technology p. 54 HC 5: Health Information Technology for Development: Use of ICTs for Health Equity p. 51

OS 12: Information Security and Privacy

OS 5: Digital Innovation p. 61

p. 62

p. 62

DA 20: Internet of Things: Providing Services Using Smart Devices, Wearables, and Quantified Self

DA 15: Gamification p. 41

OS 16: IT Governance and its Mechanisms p. 62

p. 42

COFFEE BREAK EG 3: Emerging Topics in Electronic Government p. 47

6:00 - 7:00

OS 20: Organizational Issues of Business Intelligence, Business Analytics and Big Data p. 63

3:30 - 4:00

4:00 - 5:30

p. 41

p. 39

p. 35

11:30 - 12:30

EG 11: Open Data, Information Processing, and Datification in Government p. 48 EG 2: Emerging Topics in Electronic Government p. 47

DA 3: Business Intelligence, Analytics and Cognitive: Case Studies and Applications (COGS)

Women's Networking Event

Quantum Computing

OS 6: Digital Innovation

p. 27

p. 61

HC 18: Security and Privacy Challenges for Healthcare p. 54

OS 4: Data Analytics Management, Governance, and Compliance p. 60

PAU HANA HAPPY HOUR AT LAGOON LANAI

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DA 23: Mobile Value Services

DA 16: Gamification

p. 43

p. 41

OS 17: IT Governance and its Mechanisms p. 63

THURSDAY | JANUARY 4, 2018 Queen's 4

DSM: Ignite Talks p. 44

Queen's 5

Queen's 6

IN 8: Global, International, and CrossCultural Issues in IS

ST 1: Agile and Lean: Organizations, Products and Development

p. 56

p. 65

Waikoloa 2

IN 18: Truth and Lies: Deception and Cognition on the Internet

Waikoloa 3

King's 1

CL 1: Best and Next Practices in Online Education: Opportunities and Challenges

HC 3: Global Health IT Strategies p. 51

p. 57 p. 35

King's 2

ES 1: Markets, Policy, and Computation (Energy Systems Optimization) p. 49

King's 3

Water's Edge Boardroom

KS 11: Knowledge Management and Strategic Planning p. 59 KS 1: Analytics in Support of Continuous Knowledge Creation p. 58

CAST: Credibility Assessment and Screening Technologies

IN 19: Wearable Technology and the Internet of Everything

p. 45

p. 57

DSM 3: Critical and Ethical Studies of Digital and Social Media p. 44

IN 1: Crowdbased Platforms p. 54

ST 2: Agile and Lean: Organizations, Products and Development

OS 33: Trust, Identity, and Trusted Systems in Digital Environments

p. 66

p. 65

ST 11: Software Development for Mobile Devices, Wearables, and the Internet-ofThings p. 67

OS 13: Information Systems Success and Benefits Realization p. 62

KS 15: Research Data and Knowledge Systems p. 60

9:30 - 10:00 HC 12: IT Architectures and Implementations in Healthcare Environments

CL 6: Data Science and Analytics for Collaboration p. 36

p. 53

ES 2: Monitoring, Control, and Protection (Large Scale Dynamics and Control)

KS 6: Knowledge and Innovation Management in the Age of Complexity

p. 49

p. 58

p. 46

IN 2: Crowdbased Platforms p. 55

ST 12: Software Development for Mobile Devices, Wearables, and the Internet-ofThings p. 67

CAST: Credibility Assessment and Screening Technologies

10:00 - 11:30

p. 33

BUFFET LUNCH

11:30 - 12:30

KEYNOTE ADDRESS

12:45 - 1: 50

HC 13: IT Architectures and Implementations in Healthcare Environments

CL 7: Data Science and Analytics for Collaboration p. 36

p. 53

ES 3: Integrating Distributed or Renewable Resources (Coordination of Distributed Energy Resources)

KS 2: Creation and Appropriation of Knowledge Systems

CL 19: Technology Mediated Collaborations in Healthcare and Wellness Management

2:00 - 3:30

p. 58

p. 50

3:30 - 4:00

COFFEE BREAK

DSM 13: Social Information Systems

8:00 - 9:30

p. 33

COFFEE BREAK

DSM 10 : Learning within Digital and Social Media

4-Jan

HC 4: Health Behavior Change Support Systems p. 51

p. 38 PAU HANA HAPPY HOUR AT LAGOON LANAI

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ES 4: Resilient Networks (Data Analytics and Decision Support)

KS 3: Creation and Appropriation of Knowledge Systems

p. 50

p. 58

4:00 - 5:30

6:00 - 7:00

HICSS-51 | EVENT SCHEDULE 5-Jan

Kohala 1

Kohala 2

8:00 - 9:30

EG 5: Government and Disaster Resilience

CL 14: Processes and Technologies for Small and Large Team

p. 48

p. 37

Kohala 3

Kohala 4

Kona 1

Kona 2

Kona 3

Kona 4

Kona 5

OS 7: Enterprise Architecture and Business Processes Analysis

IN 9: Innovative Behavioral IS Security and Privacy Research

HC 1: Big-Data on Healthcare Application

DSM 8: Games and Gaming

DA 27: Service Analytics

OS 18: Managing Platforms and Ecosystems

p. 45

p. 43

p. 61

p. 56

DSM 9: Games and Gaming

DA 28: Service Analytics

p. 45

p. 43

IN 7: Game System Design and the Digital Economy

DA 29: Service Analytics

9:30 - 10:00

10:00 - 11:30

p. 51

COFFEE BREAK

EG 14: Social Media and Government p. 49

CL 15: Processes and Technologies for Small and Large Team Collaboration p. 37

CL 9: HumanComputer Interaction: Informing Design Utilizing Behavioral, Neurophysiological, and Design Science Methods

p. 36

OS 8: Enterprise Architecture and Business Processes Analysis

IN 10: Innovative Behavioral IS Security and Privacy Research

p. 61

p. 56

HC 2: Big-Data on Healthcare Application

11:30 - 12:30

BUFFET LUNCH

12:45 - 1: 50

KEYNOTE ADDRESS

2:00 - 3:30

EG 13: Smart Cities, Smart Government, and Smart Governance p. 49

CL 17: Social Media and e-Business Transformation p. 37

CL 10: HumanComputer Interaction: Informing Design Utilizing Behavioral, Neurophysiological, and Design Science Methods

OS 1: Advances in Design Science Research

IN 11: Innovative Behavioral IS Security and Privacy Research

p. 60

p. 56

p. 36

3:30 - 4:00

4:00 - 5:30

p. 51

CL 20: Text Mining in Big Data Analytics p. 38

p. 55

p. 43

OS 19: Managing Platforms and Ecosystems p. 63

OS 31: Topics in Organizational Systems and Technology p. 65

COFFEE BREAK

EG 6: Government Services and Information

CL 18: Social Media and e-Business Transformation

p. 48

p. 38

CL 11: HumanComputer Interaction: Informing Design Utilizing Behavioral, Neurophysiological, and Design Science Methods

OS 2: Advances in Design Science Research

IN 12: Privacy, 5G, and Economics p. 56

p. 60

p. 36

6:00 - 7:00

p. 63

DA 6: Data, Text, and Web Mining for Business Analytics p. 40

DA 32: Soft Computing: Methods and Applications p. 44 DA 9: Deep Learning, Ubiquitous, and Toy Computing p. 40

PAU HANA HAPPY HOUR | MEET THE EDITORS AT LAGOON LANAI

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DA 30: Service Science p. 44

OS 32: Topics in Organizational Systems and Technology p. 65

FRIDAY | JANUARY 5, 2018 Queen's 4

Queen's 5

DSM 1: Collective Intelligence and Crowds

IN 15: The Diffusions, Impacts, Adoption and Usage of ICTs upon Society

p. 44

Queen's 6

ST 15: Wireless Networks p. 68

p. 57

Waikoloa 2

DA 24: MultiCriteria Decision Analysis and Support Systems p. 43 DA 25: Online Decision Making and Information Systems Design p. 43

Waikoloa 3

King's 1

King's 2

King's 3

5-Jan

CL 8: Emerging Issues in Distributed Group Decision-Making: Opportunities and Challenges

HC 8: IT Adoption, Diffusion and Evaluation in Healthcare

ES 5: Monitoring, Control, and Protection (Distributed Decision and Control)

KS 8: Knowledge Flows, Transfer, Sharing, and Exchange

8:00 - 9:30

p. 52

p. 50

p. 59

p. 36

COFFEE BREAK

DSM 2: Collective Intelligence and Crowds p. 44

DSM 6: Decision Making in Online Social Networks p. 45

IN 16: The Diffusions, Impacts, Adoption and Usage of ICTs upon Society

ST 16: Wireless Networks p. 68

p. 57

OS 22: SocialTechnical Issues in Organizational Information Technologies p. 63

ST 14: Turning Smart: Challenges and Experiences in Smart Application Development p. 67

DA 4: Data Analytics in Behavioral Research

CL 13: Negotiation, Leadership, and Technology p. 37

p. 39

9:30 - 10:00

HC 9: IT Adoption, Diffusion and Evaluation in Healthcare p. 52

ES 6: Integrating Distributed or Renewable Resources (Renewables Resources and Demand Response) p. 50

KS 9: Knowledge Flows, Transfer, Sharing, and Exchange p. 59

BUFFET LUNCH

11:30 12:30

KEYNOTE ADDRESS

12:45 - 1: 50

DA 5: Data Analytics in Behavioral Research p. 39 DA 26: Open Digital Services and Platforms p. 43

KS 4: Crowd Science p. 58

HC 10: IT Adoption, Diffusion and Evaluation in Healthcare

ES 7: Resilient Networks (Testbeds and Synthetic Networks)

KS 5: Entrepreneurship and Knowledge Management

p. 52

p. 50

p. 58

COFFEE BREAK

DSM 7: Digital Social Media in Enterprise p. 45

OS 23: SocialTechnical Issues in Organizational Information Technologies p. 63

ST 7: Frontiers in AI and Software Engineering p. 66

10:00 11:30

3:30 - 4:00

DA 21: Machine Learning and Network Analytics in Finance

HC 11: IT Adoption, Diffusion and Evaluation in Healthcare

ES 8: Markets, Policy, and Computation (Market Design and Analysis)

p. 42

p. 52

p. 50

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2:00 - 3:30

KS 7: Knowledge Economics

4:00 - 5:30

p. 58

6:00 - 7:00

HICSS-51 | EVENT SCHEDULE 6-Jan

8:00 - 9:30

Kohala 1

EG 4: Enhancing Public Participation, Interaction, and Innovation in Government

Kohala 2

CL 4: Creativity in Teams and Organizations p. 35

p. 48

Kohala 3 HC 22: User Experience (UX) in Information Systems (IS) for Health and Wellness p. 54 HC 17: Real-World Evaluation of Biosensor-Based Interventions in Healthcare p. 53

Kohala 4

CL 5: CrossOrganizational and CrossBorder IS/IT Collaboration

Kona 2

Kona 3

Kona 4

Kona 5

ST 3: Cybersecurity and Software Assurance

DA 19: Interactive Visual Analytics and Visualization for Decision Making - Making Sense of Big Data

DA 17: Intelligent Decision Support and Big Data for Logistics and Supply Chain Management

DA 10: Digital Services and the Digitalization of Services

OS 24: Strategy, Information, Technology, Economics, and Society (SITES)

p. 66

p. 35

p. 42

9:30 - 10:00

10:00 - 11:30

Kona 1

EG 9: Information and Communication Technology for Development (ICT4D): ICT and Sustainable Development

CL 16: Social and Psychological Perspectives in Collaboration Research

HC 7: ICTenabled Selfmanagement of Chronic Diseases and Conditions

p. 37

p. 52

OS 30: Theory and Information Systems

ST 4: Cyber Threat Intelligence and Analytics

p. 65

DSM 12: Network Analysis of Digital and Social Media

p. 66

p. 46

11:30 - 12:30

BUFFET LUNCH

12:35 - 12:55

BEST PAPER AWARD CEREMONY EG 1: Cybersecurity and Government p. 47 EG 10: Insider Threats to Governments and Organizations p. 48

ST 6: Cyber-ofThings: Cyber Crimes, Cyber Security and Cyber Forensics

CL 23: Virtual Teams, Organizations and Networks p. 38

DSM 4: Data Analytics, Data Mining and Machine Learning for Social Media

p. 66

2:30 - 3:00

3:00 - 4:30

DA 18: Intelligent Decision Support and Big Data for Logistics and Supply Chain Management

DA 11: Digital Services and the Digitalization of Services p. 41

p. 42

DA 8: Decision Support for Smart Cities p. 40

p. 45

DA 12: Digital Services and the Digitalization of Services p. 41

OS 25: Strategy, Information, Technology, Economics, and Society (SITES) p. 64

OS 26: Strategy, Information, Technology, Economics, and Society (SITES) p. 64

COFFEE BREAK

CL 24: Virtual Teams, Organizations and Networks p. 39

OS 9: Enterprise System Integration: Issues and Answers p. 61

ST 10: Security and Critical Infrastructure for Cloud, IoT and Decentralized Trust

p. 67

ST 5: CyberAssurance for Internet of Things and Fog Computing Architectures

DSM 5: Data Analytics, Data Mining and Machine Learning for Social Media

p. 66

6:00 - 7:00

p. 64

COFFEE BREAK

p. 48

1:00 - 2:30

p. 40

p. 41

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p. 45

DA 7: Decision Support for Complex Networks p. 40

DA 22: Mixed, Augmented and Virtual Reality p. 42

OS 27: Strategy, Information, Technology, Economics, and Society (SITES) p. 64

SATURDAY | JANUARY 6, 2018 Queen's 4

Queen's 5

Queen's 6

Waikoloa 2

Waikoloa 3

King's 1

King's 2

King's 3

6-Jan

DSM 16: Social Media: Culture, Identity, and Inclusion

IN 5: Electronic Marketing

IN 3: Distributed Ledger Technology, the Blockchain

OS 28: The Dark Side of Information Technology

DSM 17: Social Movements and Social Technologies

HC 15: Personal Health Management and Technologies

Electric Energy Planning Session

KS 10: Knowledge Management and Information Security

8:00 - 9:30

p. 55

p. 64

p. 47

p. 47

p. 55

p. 53

p. 59

COFFEE BREAK

DSM 11: Mediated Conversation p. 46

DSM 14: Social Media and Communities p. 46

IN 6: Electronic Marketing p. 55

IN 13: Social Shopping: The Good, the Bad, and the Ugly p. 56

IN 4: Distributed Ledger Technology, the Blockchain

OS 29: The Dark Side of Information Technology

p. 55

p. 64

ST 8: IS Risk and Decision-Making p. 67 ST 13: Software Product Lines: Engineering, Services, and Management p. 67

9:30 - 10:00

HC 16: Personal Health Management and Technologies p. 53

KS 14: Reports from the Field

BUFFET LUNCH

11:30 - 12:30

BEST PAPER AWARD CEREMONY

12:35 - 12:55

OS 3: Blockchain and Fintech

OS 21: Practicebased IS Research

p. 60

p. 63

ST 9: Metrics, Models, and Simulation for Cyber-Physical Systems p. 67

HC 6: Health Technologies that Interface Patients and Providers p. 51

KS 12: Knowledge Society, Culture, and Knowledge Systems

p. 46

IN 14: Social Shopping: The Good, the Bad, and the Ugly p. 57

IN 17: The Digital Supply Chain of the Future: Technologies, Applications and Business Models

1:00 - 2:30

p. 59

COFFEE BREAK

DSM 15: Social Media and Communities

10:00 - 11:30

p. 60

2:30 - 3:00

HC 14: IT-Enabled Healthcare Coordination

KS 13: Organizational Learning

p. 53

p. 59

3:00 - 4:30

p. 57

LUAU AT LAGOON LANAI

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6:00 - 7:00

HICSS-51

KEYNOTE ADDRESS

Inhi Suh | General Manager, IBM Collaboration Solutions

Cognitive Computing and the Future Thursday | January 4, 2018 at 12:45 – 1:50 Monarchy Ballroom

Humans are on the cusp of augmenting their lives in extraordinary ways with Artificial Intelligence. Machine Learning and cognitive computing allow novices to employ the knowledge of experts, enabling better decisions in healthcare, finance, education and more. Educators and employers need to deal with how digital disruption and AI will continue to influence the way people live and work. We have not even begun to experience the depth in which AI will change and influence everything we do, and yet we can already reveal some extraordinary outcomes. Inhi began her career with IBM in 1998, joining the worldwide customer set strategy team for IBM’s Personal Systems Group. She then went on to hold a variety of leadership and management positions focused on strategic growth, development and marketing. Most recently, Inhi was the Vice President for Big Data, Information, Integration and Governance in IBM Software Group, responsible for all areas of the business. Prior to joining IBM, Inhi was a consultant in the education sector focused on international student teaching and counseling for university and professional institutions. Inhi received a Bachelor of Science from Duke University and a Juris Doctorate from North Carolina Central University School of Law. She is a licensed attorney in the state of North Carolina.

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HICSS-51

Larry Smarr |

KEYNOTE ADDRESS

California Institute for Telecommunications and Information Technology (Calit2), a UC San Diego/UC Irvine Partnership

A Global Research Platform for Big Data Analysis Friday | January 5, 2018 at 12:45 – 1:50 Monarchy Ballroom The exponential rise of Big Data demands new technological solutions in visualization, machine learning, and high performance cyberinfrastructure. I will describe how my NSF-funded Pacific Research Platform (PRP) can provide an Internet platform with 100-1000 times the bandwidth of today’s commodity to support Big Data application needs for multi-institutional research teams from particle physics to climate to human health. NSF is also funding a Cognitive Hardware and Software Ecosystem Community Infrastructure (CHASE-CI) to be built on top of the PRP, adding GPU and non-von Neumann machine learning capabilities to enable distributed Big Data Analytics. We are scaling this cyberinfrastructure prototype to a National and Global Research Platform. Larry Smarr holds the Harry E. Gruber professorship in Computer Science and Engineering (CSE) at UC San Diego. He was Professor of Physics and Astronomy and founding director of the National Center for Supercomputing Applications (NCSA) at UIUC. His is amember of the National Academy of Engineering, and a Fellow of the American Physical Society, the American Association for the Advancement of Science, and the American Academy of Arts and Sciences. He received the IEEE Computer Society Tsutomu Kanai Award for his lifetime achievements in distributed computing systems (2006), and the Golden Goose Award (2014). He served on the Advisory Council to 4 NASA Administrators, and chaired the NASA I.T. Infrastructure Committee and the NSF Advisory Committee on Cyberinfrastructure. For 8 years, he was a member of the NIH Advisory Committee to the NIH Directors.

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Smart Data: A Pathway to the Future

BIG DATA

Stephen Kaisler, William Money

Big Data and Analytics (BDA): Body of Knowledge, Organizational Issues and Governance

KONA 4

Frank Armour, J. Alberto Espinosa

KONA 4

WEDNESDAY, 9:00 – 12:00

This tutorial will look at some of the key components that an organization should have in place to build an enterprise level BDA program. It is organized into three main areas: • BDA Body of Knowledge – knowledge and skills organizations need (and educational institutions need to teach) for successful BDA •

Organizational Issues – important non-BDA organizational issues that managers and educators need to pay attention for successful BDA (e.g., business process, enterprise architecture, BDA culture/maturity, strategy, human and other resources, etc.)



Governance – alignment of business needs with organizational structures, rules and compliance for successful BDA (e.g., privacy, security, data access/ sharing, etc.)

This half-day tutorial aims to provide attendees with a deeper understanding of what “lies beyond” data science and advanced analytics. It addresses how to make smart data and its processing systems self-reflective, adaptive, and semi-autonomous in order to reduce the continuing analytical burden, improve data management processes, and enable data to be reactive rather than passive. The first session will present several definitions for smart data, present a conceptual model for processing it, and describe technologies that can serve as a foundation for implementing smart data. The second session will examine the types of open source technology that can be used to implement a smart data system and identify some of the challenges and limitations of the architectures and the proposed or available technologies. Data Analytics in the Curriculum (Insights on AACSB Curriculum Design) Timothy Paul Cronan, Ronald Freeze, Rhonda Syler

Fundamentals and Applications of Visual Analytics

KONA 3

David Ebert, Kelly Gaither

KONA 3

WEDNESDAY, 9:00 – 12:00

Visual Analytics is the science of analytical reasoning facilitated by interactive visual interfaces. It combines scientific investigation of information processing in human-computer cognitive systems with the design and implementation of interactive visualization that support this processing, building upon research methods and theories from computer science, management information systems, and the cognitive, perceptual, and social sciences. The tutorial intends to inform and guide researchers and practitioners in the practice of interdisciplinary visual analytics research and development. The far-reaching and practical applications of visual analytics technologies will be discussed.

WEDNESDAY, 1:00 – 4:00

WEDNESDAY, 1:00 – 4:00

The objective of this workshop is to provide faculty participants with a forum to learn about, discuss, and identify strategies and resources for Data Analytics and ‘Big Data’ in the curriculum at their university. Perspectives from academics as well as industry will prove to be very valuable for faculty as they develop/refine the incorporation of Analytics and Data Management into their curriculum. The discussion and exchange will focus on strategies, content, challenges, including finding and sharing available resources for faculty and student use. This workshop includes the identification of available support resources, including those from IBM, SAP, SAS and Teradata.

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Continuous Delivery Analytics

COMPUTING TECHNOLOGIES

Anand Sharma, Atul Sethi

KONA 2

Computing in Smart Toys

WEDNESDAY, 1:00 – 4:00

Patrick Hung, Marcelo Fantinato, Farkhund Iqbal, Jean-Henry Morin

Software delivered using Continuous Delivery provides an extremely fertile environment of data about the Software

KONA 5

and the Software Developers that built it. Continuous

WEDNESDAY, 9:00 – 12:00

Delivery Analytics (CDA) taps into that data and provides

A smart toy is defined as a device consisting of a physical

an API-rich UI and data foundation layer yielding

toy component in an electronic form that connects to a

actionable insights into the Quality, Speed and Security of

computing system with online services through networking

a software as well as productivity of software developers.

and sensory technologies to enhance the functionality of

This symposium will showcase how Cisco IT implemented

a traditional toy. Toy makers such as Hasbro and Mattel

Enterprise class Continuous Delivery Pipeline and Practices.

are increasingly producing smart toys and it is important

Participants will learn about Cisco IT’s Challenges Prior to

to understand the various research and practical issues.

Implementing CD, an organizational culture that celebrates

This leads to toy computing. Toy computing is a recently

continuous innovation, as well as process and technology

developing concept which transcends the traditional toy

in CD pipeline and the Build-Measure-Learn Feedback Loop

into a new area of computer research using ubiquitous

using Cisco Continuous Delivery Analytics.

technologies. This symposium aims to cover the research issues of toy computing for smart toys from both technical

Text Mining Opportunities and Challenges in Big Data Analytics

and non-technical perspectives. Using Fuzzy Cognitive Map Modeling to Promote System Learning, Public Participation, and Problem Solving in Socio-environmental Systems

Derrick Cogburn, Normand Peladeau, Michael Hine

KING’S 2

WEDNESDAY, 9:00 – 4:00

Antonie Jetter, Steven Graya, Elpiniki Papageorgioub

This full-day HICSS tutorial will provide participants with

WAIKOLOA 3

a solid introduction to the opportunities and challenges of text mining, within the broader context of big data analytics. The Morning Session is designed as a broad introduction to text mining. A Working Luncheon will present an overview of the types of commercial and open source tools available for acquiring social media and unstructured data and for conducting text analysis. The Afternoon Session is a hands-on session. It will focus on categorization model (or dictionary) development and deployment. Bring your computer and data!

WEDNESDAY, 9:00 – 12:00

The goals of this tutorial is to promote the use of Fuzzy Cognitive Map (FCM) as an approach to (a) teaching about complex socio-environmental systems (b) modeling complex socio-environmental systems and (c) integrating stakeholder and interdisciplinary knowledge in socioenvironmental research. It will review key concepts associated with FCM (e.g. fuzzy logic, neural networks, expert systems, semantic networks, graph theory), introduce FCM based software tools (Mental Modeler and FCM Wizard), and provide an outlook on the advanced analytical capabilities of FCM (e.g. structural and behavioral analysis, use in artificial intelligence, learning algorithms).

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Cognitive Computing and Cognitive Systems

Quantum Computing

JoAnn Washam Winson

Keith Brown

KONA 5

WEDNESDAY, 1:00 – 4:00

KOHALA 3

Cognitive Computing has flourished in all industries, but especially in Healthcare and Education. Cognitive Systems can digest enormous amounts of data and then analyze, reason, and continue to learn. Top cognitive/ artificial intelligence experts from IBM who are developing, researching, and using Cognitive Systems in Healthcare and Education will describe the incredible benefits that cognitive systems are providing today. Challenges in developing such systems will also be discussed.

THURSDAY, 4:00 – 5:00

This session will provide an overview of IBM's efforts to develop, mature and accelerate the early adoption and use of Quantum Computers. This includes a brief history of IBM's Quantum Computing program along with a description of our Quantum systems and the software development environment and tools. Participants will learn how to leverage the IBM Quantum Experience and open software to begin developing programs, curriculum and content.

 

IBM is a proud sponsor of HICSS, one of the longest standing scientific communities in the information systems and technology fields. As you plan your HICSS experience, IBM invites you to exchange ideas in compelling new research areas. At HICSS-51, key sessions where the IBM team will participate include: • A Workshop on Cognitive Systems in Healthcare and Education featuring 4 IBM technology executives who are developing, researching, and using Cognitive Systems | Wednesday, January 3, 1:00 – 4:00 pm in Kona 5 • A Minitrack on Smart Service Systems: Analytics, Cognition, and Innovation | Thursday, January 4, 8:00 – 9:30 am in Kona 3 • A Minitrack on Business Intelligence, Analytics, and Cognitive: Case Studies and Applications (COGS) | Thursday, January 4, 10:00 – 11:30 am in Kona 3 • A special session on Quantum Computing led by IBM Research | Thursday, January 4, 4:00 – 5:00 pm in Kohala 3 Please drop by the IBM Technology Desk to learn how to gain access to exciting new IBM technologies such as Quantum, Blockchain, and Artificial Intelligence/Cognitive Systems. We encourage you to explore today! Go to http://onthehub.com/ibm/ and use your school's credentials to access more than 200 of the latest IBM technology assets for academics, including extended IBM Cloud access with the Watson APIs and tutorials. Learn about IBM university programs at http://www.ibm.com/university/ In addition, the innovative IBM Skills Academy, featuring 16 STEM career paths, can be found at http://www.ibm.biz/ibmskillsacademy We hope to see you at any or all of the HICSS sessions and at the IBM Technology Booth. Have a great conference! Naguib Attia, Vice President, and the IBM Team IBM Global University Programs

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BIZGENICS: Toward Intelligent Entrepreneurial Systems

ELECTRONIC GOVERNMENT

Steve Sue, Kaveh Abhari

WAIKOLOA 2

Smart Cities and Smart Governments: The Enabling Role of Research and Practice Collaborations in the Urban Context

WEDNESDAY, 1:00 – 4:00

The new generation of Artificial Intelligence, Deep Learning, and Cognitive Computing will soon touch every aspect of business. This is because these systems can ingest and understand all forms of data, which is being produced at an unprecedented rate. They learn from their own experiences, their interactions with humans, and the outcomes of their judgments to enhance and extend human entrepreneurial capabilities, expertise and potentials. This symposium will discuss the evolution and adoption of AI in entrepreneurship. It will explore an example from Bizgenics Genome Initiative. Technologies that support the development of intelligent entrepreneurial systems will be introduced.

Mila Gascó, J. Ramon Gil-Garcia, Theresa Pardo

KOHALA 1

This workshop will contribute to the development of such partnerships by bringing together researchers and practitioners to explore the joint development of smart programs and projects. It will present current opportunities and challenges of smart cities and how a research practice partnership is contributing to cities that become smarter. Attendees will participate in presentations and discussions to identify common issues and opportunities for researchpractice collaborations.

Enterprise Decision Support Systems and Data Analytics Tools for Resilient System Architecture and Acquisition Strategy Assessment

HICSS WOMEN'S NETWORKING

Tien Nguyen, Sumner Matsunaga, Todd Nygren

KOHALA 3

WEDNESDAY, 1:00 – 4:00

KOHALA 2

WEDNESDAY, 1:00 – 5:00

This half-day symposium program is organized for the SMEs to share their research works relevant to big data analytics, enterprise system engineering and decision support framework-and-tool challenges for the development of resilient space system architecture. Various decision support frameworks and tools for acquisition strategy assessment that are applicable to civil, military and commercial applications as well as the challenges associated with the development of Enterprise System Engineering, Advanced Decision Support frameworks, analytical-and-simulation tools that can be used to support decision making for resilient system architectures will be discussed.

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THURSDAY JANUARY 4, 4:00 - 5:30

A platform to share professional experiences, address challenges, and discuss opportunities presented to women in the IS field • Strengthening career strategies for women in higher education and in the private sector • Ensuring equality and diversity • Obtaining tenure and promotion • Dealing with hiring and negotiating salaries • Advocating for women in our field • Managing work-life balance challenges

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INNOVATION AND SUSTAINABILITY

IT AND SOCIETY

The Sixth Symposium on Sustainable Energy and Computing (SSEC) 2018

Satish Nambisan, Elizabeth Davidson, Sirkka Jarvenpaa, Youngjin Yoo

Digital Entrepreneurship: A Research Agenda

Behrooz Shirazi, Adolfy Hoisie, Partha Pande

KING’S 1

QUEEN’S 4

WEDNESDAY, 9:00 – 12:00

WEDNESDAY, 9:00 – 12:00

This symposium will provide a forum to engage diverse

Sustainable computing is an emerging crucial area of

HICSS attendees in an interdisciplinary dialog to advance

national priority. Due to the growing energy demands,

theories, methods and empirical findings concerning

there is a pressing need to build efficient and sustainable

digital entrepreneurship. The symposium will strive to

computing

negative

conclude with a set of key actionable directions for future

environmental impacts. SSEC will cover topics that include,

research in the area of digital entrepreneurship—directions

but are not limited to:

that acknowledge both new and emerging contexts for

• Power-efficient algorithms and protocols

digital entrepreneurship as well as new and emerging IS

• Power-aware software design

theoretical perspective and ideas. The following are some

• Power-aware hardware and system design

of the topics that will be dealt with:

• Low-power electronics and systems

• Entrepreneurial opportunity identification and

• Low-power multi-core architectures

formation on digital forums

• Low-power application-specific ASICs and FPGAs

• Open innovation, frugal innovation and opportunities

• Power-awareness in Sensing and monitoring

for digital entrepreneurship

• Power-awareness characterization, metrics, & modeling

• Digital platform architecture and implications for

• Reliability, thermal behavior and control

entrepreneurship

• Power-efficient delivery and cooling

• Technological affordances for entrepreneurship and

• Life-cycle analysis of computing infrastructures

innovation

• Renewable energy models and prediction

• New venture strategies in new (and in established)

• Computing and renewable resources

digital ecosystems

• Matching energy supply and demand

• Institutional challenges to and opportunities for digital

• Smart grid and microgrids

entrepreneurship

• Smart transportation and manufacturing

• Digital entrepreneurship and social impact

• Smart buildings and urban development

• Social movements as digital entrepreneurship

• Energy harvesting, storage, and recycling

• Computational research methods for digital

• Climate and ecosystem monitoring

entrepreneurship study

• Using IT to reduce carbon emissions

• Design and digital entrepreneurship

environments

that

reduce

• Carbon metering and user feedback

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Information Technology for the Informal Sector in Developing Countries

MIS Quarterly Executive Workshop on the Digital Workforce

Priya Seetharaman, Maria Alexandra Cunha, John Effah

Michelle Kaarst-Brown, Dorothy Leidner, Bill Kettinger

KONA 1

QUEEN’S 4

WEDNESDAY, 9:00 – 12:00

During this workshop, the role of information technology in aiding the progress of the informal sector and mitigating the challenges they face will be discussed. Theoretical approaches, overview of extant research, potential gaps and case studies will be reviewed. Completed research, research in progress, research cases and demonstrations relating to the workshop theme will be presented. IT as the Driver of Innovation for Digital Transformation Across the Enterprise Yassi Moghaddam, Heather Yurko, Jyoti Sarin, Terri Griffith

QUEEN’S 6

WEDNESDAY, 1:00 – 4:00

This workshop intends to explore the strategic business opportunities and management challenges associated with managing a diverse and evolving digital workforce. Topics of discussion may include workforce diversity; new digital talent metrics and talent analytics; remote workers and the virtual workforce; offshoring and shifting skill composition and relationships with a global workforce; work displacement, destruction, and creation; how firms are flexing to manage an aging workforce and skill drain; AI, robotics, mixed-reality and machine-human adaptation for productivity and job satisfaction; and increasing the firm’s “Digital IQ” (REF PwC) through managing user experience of customers, employees, and culture.

WEDNESDAY, 9:00 – 12:00

Social Media and Healthcare: A Research Agenda

This workshop will bring together academics, practitioners

Priya Nambisan, Rama Jayanti, Gerald Kane, Jeffrey Treem

and other thought leaders to explore the latest advances in research and practice on IT-driven digital transformation

KING’S 3

and how IT is driving innovation across all departments and all sectors. Topics of discussion include IT driven innovation in verticals including technology, healthcare, energy, smarter cities; the role of IT in the IoT world; standards activities; open Innovation; workforce development and skills; security and privacy aspects.

WEDNESDAY, 1:00 – 4:00

The primary goal of this symposium is to delineate the contours of a research agenda on social media and healthcare. The presentations will address research themes, issues and concepts related to social media and patient engagement; caregiver participation in social media; customer relationship management and social media; and design of social media applications for healthcare.

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Using Big Data Analytics to Map the Emerging Body of Knowledge of Digital Transformation

SCIENTIFIC INQUIRY AND RESEARCH METHODS

Gerhard Gudergan, Paul Mugge

QUEEN’S 6

WEDNESDAY, 1:00 – 4:00

Digital Methods “Best Practices” Shawn Walker, Mary Gray, Robert Mason

The intention of this workshop is to use IBM Watson to scan the worldwide web to capture the advances in Digital

KONA 2

Transformation being made globally by researchers at

WEDNESDAY, 9:00 – 12:00

universities and colleges. Participants will have fun, learn a

The workshop will focus on best practices for studying

lot about the subject of Digital Transformation, and be part

digital and social media that go beyond the application

of a big step toward classifying and tracking the advances

of existing methods while producing rigorous insights.

of the many disciplines, i.e. marketing, strategy, human

Technical and ethical challenges that arise from studying

resources, entrepreneurship, organizational development,

cross-platform, digital and social media phenomenon will

as well as the many fields of information systems that

be highlighted. The output of this workshop will be an open,

make up this complex domain.

“co-authored” group syllabus built on contributed readings and case studies discussed in the workshop.

Internet of Things in Education: The Current State and the Future

Evaluation of Artifacts in Design Science

Mohamad Kassab, Joanna DeFranco

QUEEN’S 5

Gondy Leroy

WEDNESDAY, 9:00 – 4:00

KING’S 1

The purpose of this workshop is to discuss the most

WEDNESDAY, 1:00 – 4:00

This tutorial will present how to conduct evaluations that

common scenarios where IoTs is a candidate to be applied in

fit within the design science paradigm, i.e., evaluations

Education and how IoTs may affect positively or negatively the overall learning experience. It will touch upon different ways IoTs can improve the learning experience for students with learning disability and increase the educational

of algorithms and entire systems. It will provide a basic overview of evaluation studies and how they are appropriate in the different phases of development life cycle that the research/development is situated in. A practical section

motivation of minorities and those who have educational access issues. The investigation will be structured around the seven teaching principles related to the areas of: 1) prior knowledge, 2) knowledge organization, 3) course climate 4) motivation, 5) mastery, 6) practice and feedback, and 7) selfdirected learning. The results and analysis of a systematic literature review in the topic of Internet of Things in Education will be presented throughout the workshop.

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will be added to discuss the common statistics to be used in different setups and mistakes that can be avoided. Both contribute to designing and executing a better study.

Computational Social Science Meets Social Dilemmas: Integrating Simulations, Experiments, and Big Data Analyses

Cybersecurity Big Data Analytics Mark Patton, Hsinchun Chen

KOHALA 4

Isamu Okada, Fujio Toriumi

WAIKOLOA 3

WEDNESDAY, 1:00 – 4:00

This symposium provides a forum to discuss the possibility of using natural sciences, computational sciences in particular, to tackle specific social dilemmas.

SECURITY

Cybersecurity research and development can be aided by the analysis of big data, but managing and analyzing big data is itself inherently challenging. This symposium aims to provide a unique perspective for researchers by examining big data analytics in the context of cybersecurity and cybersecurity research. Critical components in this area that will be addressed include data, analytics, data handling, and visualization. Certified Security by Design for Internet of Security

5G and User Controlled Privacy

Tyson Brooks, Shiu-Kai Chin, Erich Devendorf

Knud Erik Skouby, Lene Tolstrup Sørensen, Samant Khajuria

KOHALA 3

KOHALA 4

WEDNESDAY, 9:00 – 12:00

The Workshop is based on the development of 5G technologies

and

infrastructures,

changing

human

interaction with technologies. Throughout the workshop, the essential challenges and options in user controlled privacy needed for the future 5G networks will be discussed.

Competitions and Games

Virtual Lab Automation and Design Glenn Dardick, Gary Kessler

WEDNESDAY, 9:00 – 12:00

KOHALA 2

The tutorial is designed to aid instructors in learning more about cybersecurity competitions and games in order to select the ones that best fit their own learning objectives. It will address the following questions: •

WEDNESDAY, 1:00 – 4:00

The objective of this tutorial is to demo an unmanned aerial vehicle (UAV) command, control, and communication (C3) from top-level concept of operations (ConOps) to flying/ deploying UAVs and payloads. The demo will display its methods, experiences, and results in a coalesce mathematical methods and design examples to enable practicing engineers to routinely design secure systems with predictable results.

Greg White, Keith Harrison KOHALA 2

WEDNESDAY, 9:00 – 12:00

How do I choose the right competition or game for my

program? • How do I bring competitions or games into my classroom?

WEDNESDAY, 1:00 – 4:00

The workshop will provide an overview of the ERAU Virtual Lab currently used for Cyber Forensics and Cybersecurity Courses. Topics that will be discussed include the components of the virtualization of the Lab, costs of a Virtual VM Lab, a design of VMs for a 24/7 Virtual Lab environment, automation of building VM environments for groups, a design of Multi-VM Network student environments, use of IDS/IPS firewalls by students within their VM environment, and results of implementing Virtual Labs.

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MEET THE EDITORS

Cybersecurity will Change the Future of Computing Robert Runser

KONA 1

LAGOON LANAI

WEDNESDAY, 1:00 – 2:15

This panel will discuss the wave of recent cyber attacks, the lessons learned from them, and propose solutions that will influence the future of computing. It will explore areas in computing and networking in most need of research investment to improve system security. Topics of discussion will include secure operating systems, virtualization, secure hardware, Internet of Things, cybersecurity education and training, and defense in depth security models. Panelists will also consider disruptive innovations to address cyber threats including artificial intelligence-enabled active defense systems, managed security services, data privacy protections, disposable computing, and cyber defense crowdsourcing. Finally, the panelists will describe ways the federal government is partnering with industry and academia to improve cybersecurity education and defense capabilities. Credibility Assessment and Screening Technologies (CAST) Jay Nunamaker, Judee Burgoon, Thomas Meservy, Jeffry Proudfoot WATER’S EDGE BOARDROOM



WEDNESDAY, 9:00 – 4:00 THURSDAY, 8:00 – 11:30

This symposium offers a stimulating forum among academic researchers, local, state and federal law enforcement, intelligence experts and information security workers who are interested in assessing credibility and deception detection. New tools, technologies, processes and procedures will be discussed and debated concerning their efficiency, effectiveness, and usefulness for aiding in credibility assessment and deception detection.

FRIDAY JANUARY 5, 6:00 - 7:00

Join us in a special 1-hour session to meet guest editors and learn more about opportunities to fast track HICSS papers to journal publications in some areas of research. Participating journals include: • A Special Issue in Health and Technology published by Springer • A Special Issue in Health Information Science and Systems (Technical Track) • A Special Issue of the INFORMS Journal Service Science • AIS Transactions on Human-Computer Interaction • British Medical Journal (BMJ) Innovations (Application Track) • Decision Sciences Journal (DS) • Electronic Journal of Information Systems in Developing Countries • Electronic Markets – The International Journal on Networked Business (EM) • European Journal of Information Systems (EJIS) • Gamification • Special Issue in the Journal of Business Research • Group Decision and Negotiation (GDN) • Health Policy and Technology • Information System Frontiers (ISF): Special Issue on ‘Data Analytics in Behavioral Research’ • Information Systems Management • Information Technology for Development Journal (ITD) • International Journal of Internet of Things and Cyber-Assurance • International Journal of Web-Based Learning and Teaching Technologies (IJWLTT) • Internet Research • Journal of Electronic Commerce Research • Journal of Enterprise Transformation • Journal of Management Information Systems • MIS Quarterly Executive (MISQE) • Special issue in Health and Technology by Springer • Special issue of the Journal of Global Information Technology Management • The DATABASE for Advances in Information Systems

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Creativity in Teams and Organizations

CL: Collaboration Systems and Technology Co-Chairs: Robert Briggs and Jay Nunamaker

Minitrack Chairs: Triparna de Vreede, Gert-Jan de Vreede, Isabella Seeber

Best and Next Practices in Online Education: Opportunities and Challenges

CL 4

Minitrack Chairs: Mahesh Raisinghani, Efosa Idemudia CL 1

WAIKOLOA 3

THURSDAY, 8:00 - 9:30

AI Thinking for Cloud Education Platform Personalized Learning | Paul Rad, Mehdi Roopaei, Nicole Beebe, Mehdi Shadaram, Yoris Au

with

Flow in Business Simulation Games: Comparison between Online and Face-to-Face MBA | Joo Baek Kim, Edward Watson Enabling Workers to Enter Industry 4.0: A Layered Mobile Learning Architecture | Andreas Engelmann, Gerhard Schwabe Communication and Information Systems Technology for Crisis and Disaster Management KOHALA 2

SATURDAY, 8:00 - 9:30

How Does Collaborative Cheating Emerge? A Case Study of the Volkswagen Emissions Scandal | Christopher Castille, Andrew Fultz How Does Corporate Social Responsibility Promote Innovation? The Sequential Mediating Mechanism of Employees' Meaningfulness of Work and Intrinsic Motivation | Byung-Jik Kim, Young Kyun Chang, Tae-Hyun Kim Creativity Tests versus Cognitive Computing: How Automated Personality Mining Tools Can Enhance Team Composition | Rangina Ahmad, Dominik Siemon, Susanne Robra-Bissantz **Development and Validation of the Information Systems Creative-Self-Efficacy Scale | Katherine Carl Payne, Mark Keith, Jeffry Babb, Alexandra Spruill

Minitrack Chairs: Julie Dugdale, Elsa Negre, Murray Turoff

CL 2

KOHALA 2

THURSDAY, 8:00 - 9:30

Disaster E-Health Framework for Community Resilience | Tony Norris, Jose Julio Gonzalez, Santiago Martinez, Dave Parry

Cross-Organizational and Cross-Border IS/IT Collaboration

Conceptualizing and Designing a Resilience Information Portal | Tim Majchrzak, Mihoko Sakurai, Nicolas Serrano

Minitrack Chair: Ilsang Ko, Daniel Beimborn

The Good, the Bad and the Indispensable - Insights into the Practical Potential of Emergency Response Information Systems and Drones for Firefighters | Julian Weidinger, Sebastian Schlauderer, Sven Overhage CL 3

KOHALA 2

THURSDAY, 10:00 - 11:30

Agent-based Analysis of the Spread of Awareness in the Population in the Prodromal Phase of Bushfires | Carole Adam, Julie Dugdale Population Behaviors in Crisis Situations - A Study of Behavioral Factors in the PPI Ineos Emergency Response Exercise | Maude Arru, Elsa Negre, Camille Rosenthal-Sabroux **Social Networking Sites in the Aftermath of a Crisis The Enabling Role for Self-organization | Diana Fischer

** Best Paper Nomination

CL 5

KOHALA 4

SATURDAY, 8:00 - 9:30

Psychological Contract in IT Outsourcing: A Systematic Literature Review | Jongkil Jeong, Sherah Kurnia, Danny Samson, Sara Cullen A Systematic Literature Review to Understand Cross-organizational Relationship Management and Collaboration | Bruna Diirr, Claudia Cappelli Examining Collaboration in Interdisciplinary Product Development Focusing on Dependencies | Guenther Schuh, Michael Riesener, Christian Mattern Adoption of Collaborative Technology to Enhance Master Data Quality Across Municipal Administrations Identifying Drivers and Barriers | Christian Meske, Robert Heidekrüger, Tobias Brockmann, Matthias Czerwonka, Stefan Stieglitz

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Data Science and Analytics for Collaboration

CL 10

Minitrack Chair: Lakshmi Iyer, Souren Paul, Lina Zhou CL 6

WAIKOLOA 3

THURSDAY, 10:00 - 11:30

The Effect of Enterprise Crowdsourcing Systems on Employees' Innovative Behavior and Job Performance | Vetrivadivel Vel, Insu Park, Jun Liu Topic Analysis through Streamgraph via Shiny Application: a Social Collaborative Approach | Olga Scrivner, Vinita Chakilam, Nilima Sahoo, Stephan De Spiegeleire A Communication Model that Bridges Knowledge Delivery between Data Miners and Domain Users | Scarlett Kelly CL 7

WAIKOLOA 3

THURSDAY, 2:00 - 3:30

Special Presentation: A Self-Learning Visual Tool with Crowd Sourced Recommendations for Collaborative Cause Analysis | Julie Basu Emerging Issues in Distributed Group DecisionMaking: Opportunities and Challenges WAIKOLOA 3

Visual Aesthetics of E-Commerce Websites: An EyeTracking Approach | Ilias Pappas, Kshitij Sharma, Patrick Mikalef, Michail Giannakos Robust User Identification Based on Facial Action Units Unaffected by Users' Emotions | Ricardo Buettner Imaginary Versus Virtual Loci: Evaluating the Memorization Accuracy in a Virtual Memory Palace | Jan-Paul Huttner, David Pfeiffer, Susanne Robra-Bissantz CL 11

FRIDAY, 8:00 - 9:30

Exploring the Nuances of 'Wickedness' in Information Systems Development | Stephen McCarthy, Paidi O'Raghallaigh, Ciara Fitzgerald, Frédéric Adam The Change in Communication Patterns in Teams Implementing Lean | Jorge Colazo Human-Computer Interaction: Informing Design Utilizing Behavioral, Neurophysiological, and Design Science Methods

FRIDAY, 10:00 - 11:30

The First 10 Years of NeuroIS: A Systematic Literature Review of NeuroIS Publications (2007 - 2017) | Md Rasel Al Mamun, Alsius David, Bin Mai, Dan Kim, Thomas Parsons

A Thumb Stroke-Based Virtual Keyboard for Sight-Free Text Entry on Touch-Screen Mobile Phones | Jianwei Lai, Dongsong Zhang, Sen Wang, Isil Yakut Kilic, Lina Zhou

IT Enabled Collaboration in Developing Countries Minitrack Chair: Xusen Cheng, Xiangbin Yan, Deepinder Bajwa

CL 12

KOHALA 2

THURSDAY, 2:00 - 3:30

Operational Mechanism of Digital Humanistic Crowdsourcing Project Based on Actor Network Theory | Xiaojuan Xu, Hui Gao, Jianshan Sun, Cuicui Wang, Wei Xu The Role of Collaboration between Incumbent Firms and Start-ups on Customers' Adoption of Digital Innovation | Nihal Islam, Peter Buxmann

Does Daily Travel Pattern Disclose People's Preference? | Mingxin Gan, Ling Gao, Yang Han

Artifact Sampling: Using Multiple Information Technology Artifacts to Increase Research Rigor | Roman Lukyanenko, Jeffrey Parsons, Binny Samuel CLUE: A Usability Evaluation Checklist for Multimodal Video Game Field Studies with Children Who Are Blind | Ticianne Darin, Rossana Andrade, Jaime Sánchez ** Best Paper Nomination

FRIDAY, 4:00 - 5:30

Can Process Facilitation Improve Globally Distributed Collaboration? An Action Design Research | Xusen Cheng, Shixuan Fu, Jianqing Huang, Gert-Jan de Vreede

Minitrack Chairs: Christoph Schneider, Joe Valacich, Angelika Dimoka KOHALA 3

KOHALA 3

The Influence of Conversational Agents on Socially Desirable Responding | Ryan M. Schuetzler, Justin Scott Giboney, G. Mark Grimes, Jay Nunamaker

Software Support for Skeleton Recognition and Monitoring People with Privacy | Yoshihisa Nitta, Yuko Murayama

CL 9

FRIDAY, 2:00 - 3:30

Interactive Experiences in Public Spaces: A Novel Floor Display System Based on Luminous Modular Units | Jorge Camba, Jeff Feng, EunSook Kwon

Minitrack Chairs: Anil Aggarwal, Doug Vogel, Yuko Murayama CL 8

KOHALA 3

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Social and Psychological Perspectives in Collaboration Research

Negotiation, Leadership, and Technology

Minitrack Chair: Tung Bui, Melvin Shakun, Souren Paul CL 13

WAIKOLOA 3

Minitrack Chair: Triparna de Vreede, Gert-Jan de Vreede, Paul Spector

FRIDAY, 10:00 - 11:30

Towards Agent-based Large-scale Decision Support System: The Effect of Facilitator | Takayuki Ito Group Atmosphere, Shared Understanding, and Team Conflict in Short Duration Virtual Teams | Souren Paul, Fang He, Alan Dennis

CL 16

KOHALA 2

SATURDAY, 10:00 - 11:30

Connecting with Coworkers on Social Network Sites: Strategies, Social Norms and Outcomes on Work Relationships | Ariane Ollier-Malaterre, Kassandra Luneau-De Serre

Conflict and Team Atmosphere in Teams Engaged in Outsourcing | Harold Carr Osborn, Souren Paul

The Effect of Software Team Personality Composition on Learning and Performance: Making the "Dream" Team | Greg Anderson, Mark Keith, Julianne Fancisco, Sarah Fox

Team Faultline Measures: The Effect of Rescaling Weights | Keivan Bahmani, Zhaleh Semnani-Azad, Katia Sycara, Michael Lewis

The Effects of Different Emoticons on the Perception of Emails in the Workplace | Claus-Peter Ernst, Martin Huschens

Processes and Technologies for Small and Large Team Collaboration

**Trusting in Machines: How Mode of Interaction Affects Willingness to Share Personal Information with Machines | Juliana Schroeder, Matthew Schroeder

Minitrack Chair: Douglas Derrick, Joel Helquist, Christopher Diller

CL 14

KOHALA 2

FRIDAY, 8:00 - 9:30

Social Media and e-Business Transformation

A Collaborative Curriculum Review: Applicability to Higher Education Institutions | Andrew Alunyu Egwar, Felix Bwire, Irene Arinaitwe, Vincent Male, Hilda Mpirirwe, Kenneth Baguma, Ismail Kamukama, Lillian Ndagire, Josephine Nabukenya **Designing Tools for Collectively Solving Ill-Structured Problems | Hazbi Avdiji, Dina Elikan, Stéphanie Missonier, Yves Pigneur Collaboration Engineering: Reflections on 15 Years of Research & Practice | Gert-Jan de Vreede, Robert Briggs CL 15

KOHALA 2

FRIDAY, 10:00 - 11:30

Machines as Teammates: A Collaboration Research Agenda | Isabella Seeber, Eva Bittner, Robert Briggs, Gert-Jan de Vreede, Triparna de Vreede, Doug Druckenmiller, Ronald Maier, Alexander Merz, Sarah Oeste-Reiß, Nils Randrup

Minitrack Chair: Christy Cheung, Matthew Lee, Christian Wagner CL 17

FRIDAY, 2:00 - 3:30

Passive, Active, or Co-Active? The Link Between Synchronous User Participation and Willingness to Pay for Premium Options | Simon Bründl Differences in the Reasons of Intermittent versus Permanent Discontinuance in Social Media: An Exploratory Study in Weibo | Zhongyun Zhou, Mingzhu Yang, Xiao-Ling Jin Digital Fluency and Social Media Use: An Empirical Investigation of WeChat Use | Aoyan Liu, Yan Li, Hua Ye Crisis Communication on Twitter during a Global Crisis of Volkswagen - The Case of "Dieselgate" | Stefan Stieglitz, Milad Mirbabaie, Tobias Potthoff

**Examining Trust and Reliance in Collaborations between Humans and Automated Agents | J S Elson, Douglas Derrick, Gina Ligon

** Best Paper Nomination

KOHALA 2

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CL 18

KOHALA 2

FRIDAY, 4:00 - 5:30

The Sharing Economy

**Classifying Motivations in Social Product Development Networks: A Discriminant Analysis of Actor Profiles | Kaveh Abhari, Elizabeth Davidson, Bo Xiao

Minitrack Chair: Bo Xiao, Eric Lim, Chee-Wee Tan CL 21

KOHALA 4

THURSDAY, 8:00 - 9:30

The Secret of Internet Celebrities: A Qualitative Study of Online Opinion Leaders on Weibo | Ruohan Li

On Rapport Uncertainty in the Sharing Economy Extending the Categories of Uncertainty | Alexander Frey, Manuel Trenz, Chee-Wee Tan, Daniel Veit

Virtual Collaboration with Mobile Social Media in MultipleOrganization Projects | Zhaojun Yang, Jun Sun, Yali Zhang, Ying Wang

Emotional Labor in the Sharing Economy | Christoph Lutz, Gemma Newlands, Christian Fieseler

Technology Mediated Collaborations in Healthcare and Wellness Management

Understanding the Intention to Use Commercial Bikesharing Systems: An Integration of TAM and TPB | Ying Yu, Wenjie Yi, Yuanyue Feng, Jia Liu

Minitrack Chair: Souren Paul, Arkalgud Ramaprasad, Nilmini Wickramasinghe

CL 19

WAIKOLOA 3

CL 22

THURSDAY, 4:00 - 5:30

A Scorecard Method for Detecting Depression in Social Media Users | Netsanet Legesse Tefera, Lina Zhou **What are the Gaps in Mobile Patient Portal? Mining Users Feedback using Topic Modeling | Cherie Noteboom, Mohammad Al-Ramahi

KOHALA 4

THURSDAY, 10:00 - 11:30

Battle of Sharing Economy: The Contingent Effects of Ride-Sharing on Taxi Industry | Yunseok Lee, Jiyong Park, Byungtae Lee An Empirical Analysis of the Impacts of the Sharing Economy Platforms on the U.S. Labor Market | Ziru Li, Yili Hong, Zhongju Zhang

**Detailed Perceptions by Health Service Providers Around EHRs: A Case Study of Australia's e-health Solution | Imran Muhammad, Nilmini Wickramasinghe

**The Impact of Dynamic Two-Sided Platform Pricing on Fairness Perception in the Sharing Economy | Peter Angerer, Steffen Zimmermann, Gerald Pale, Gina Salomon, Daniel Provin, Wolfgang Kathan, Kurt Matzler

Text Mining in Big Data Analytics

Virtual Teams, Organizations and Networks

Minitrack Chair: Derrick Cogburn, Michael Hine, Normand Peladeau, Victoria Yoon CL 20

KONA 2

Minitrack Chair: Michael Hine, Derrick Cogburn, Alberto Espinosa, Alecia Santuzzi

FRIDAY, 2:00 - 3:30

CL 23

On the Patent Claim Eligibility Prediction Using Text Mining Techniques | Chia-Yu Lai, San-Yih Hwang, Chih-Ping Wei

KOHALA 2

SATURDAY, 1:00 - 2:30

A Typology of Virtual Research Environments | Iftekhar Ahmed, Marshall Poole, Ashley Trudeau

Enhancing Scientific Collaboration Through Knowledge Base Population and Linking for Meetings | Ning Gao, Mark Dredze, Douglas Oard

Computer Mediated Communication in Negotiations: The Effect of Intragroup Faultlines on Intergroup Communication and Outcomes | Keivan Bahmani, Zhaleh Semnani-Azad, Wendi Adair, Katia Sycara

Text Mining Narrative Survey Responses to Develop Engagement Scale Items | John Ford, Doug Nierle, Peter Leeds, Thomas Stetz

**Beyond Being There, for "All of Us": Exploring Webconferencing and Mobile Remote Presence Devices for Accessible Global Governance | Derrick Cogburn

Comparison of Latent Dirichlet Modeling and Factor Analysis for Topic Extraction: A Lesson of History | Normand Peladeau, Elnaz Davoodi

** Best Paper Nomination

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CL 24

KOHALA 2

SATURDAY, 3:00 - 4:30

Business Intelligence, Analytics and Cognitive: Case Studies and Applications (COGS)

Towards Semi-Virtual Design Thinking - Creativity in Dispersed Multicultural and Multidisciplinary Innovation Project Teams | Beke Redlich, David Dorawa, Dominik Siemon, Christoph Lattemann Towards a Model of Collaborative Intention: An Empirical Investigation of a Massive Online Open Course (MOOC) | Liana Razmerita, Kathrin Kirchner, Kai Hockerts, Chee-Wee Tan **Rethinking Media Synchronicity Theory: Examining the Cooperative Assumption | Jaime Windeler, Andrew Harrison

Minitrack Chairs: Sergey Belov, James Spohrer

DA 3

Customization of IBM Intu's Voice by Connecting Textto-Speech Services and a Voice Conversion Network | Jongyoon Song, Hyunjae Kim, Jaekoo Lee, Euishin Choi, Minseok Kim, Sungroh Yoon The Challenges of Business Analytics: Successes and Failures | Ying Liu, Henry Han, Joan DeBello Data Analytics in Behavioral Research Minitrack Chairs: Luvai Motiwalla, Amit Deokar, Surendra Sarnikar

Big Data and Analytics: Pathways to Maturity Minitrack Chairs: Stephen Kaisler, Frank Armour, Alberto Espinosa KONA 2

DA 4

THURSDAY, 8:00 - 9:30

**Business Intelligence & Analytics Cost Accounting: A Survey on the Perceptions of Stakeholders | Raphael Grytz, Artus Krohn-Grimberghe Data Quality Challenges in Twitter Content Analysis for Informing Policy Making in Health Care | Axel Soto, Cynthia Ryan, Fernando Peña Silva, Tapajyoti Das, Jacek Wolkowicz, Evangelos Milios, Stephen Brooks Leveraging Big Data Analytics to Improve Quality of Care In Health Care: A fsQCA Approach | Yichuan Wang DA 2

KONA 2

THURSDAY, 10:00 - 11:30

An Efficient Recommender System Using Locality Sensitive Hashing | Kunpeng Zhang, Shaokun Fan, Harry Jiannan Wang Feature Enrichment through Multi-gram Models | Thomas Forss

WAIKOLOA 2

FRIDAY, 10:00 - 11:30

A Systematic Analysis of Patient Portals Adoption, Acceptance and Usage: The Trajectory for Triple Aim? | Mohammad Al-Ramahi, Cherie Noteboom Multimodal Data Fusion and Behavioral Analysis Tooling for Exploring Trust, Trust-propensity, and Phishing Victimization in Online Environments | Michael Hefley, Gabrielle Wethor, Matthew Hale Value Chain Creation in Business Analytics | Dong Yoo, James Roh DA 5

WAIKOLOA 2

FRIDAY, 2:00 - 3:30

Understanding Mobile Banking Success Through User Segmentation | Luvai Motiwalla, Mousa Albashrawi, Hasan Kartal **Your Privacy Is Your Friend's Privacy: Examining Interdependent Information Disclosure on Online Social Networks | Yaqoub Alsarkal, Nan Zhang, Heng Xu

Counting Human Flow with Deep Neural Network | Shing Doong Smart Objects: An Active Big Data Approach | Stephen Kaisler, William Money, Stephen Cohen

** Best Paper Nomination

THURSDAY, 10:00 - 11:30

**Meeting Analytics: Creative Activity Support Based on Knowledge Discovery from Discussions | Katashi Nagao

DA: Decision Analytics, Mobile Services & Service Science Co-Chairs: Christer Carlsson and Haluk Demirkan

DA 1

KONA 3

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Data, Text, and Web Mining for Business Analytics

Decision Support for Smart Cities

Minitrack Chairs: Dursun Delen, Hamed Majidi Zolbanin

DA 6

KONA 2

Minitrack Chairs: Wei Xu, Jian Ma, Jianshan Sun

FRIDAY, 4:00 - 5:30

DA 8

KONA 3

SATURDAY, 1:00 - 2:30

Understanding Topic Models in Context: A Mixed-Methods Approach to the Meaningful Analysis of Large Document Collections | Matthias Eickhoff, Runhild Wieneke

Utilizing Geospatial Information in Cellular Data Usage for Key Location Prediction | Yinan Yu, Baojun Ma, Hailiang Chen, Benjamin Yen

Data Integration and Predictive Analysis System for Disease Prophylaxis: Incorporating Dengue Fever Forecasts | John Freeze, Madhav Erraguntla, Akshans Verma

A Novel Personalized Academic Knowledge Sharing System in Online Social Network | Pengfei Zhao, Jian Ma, Zhongsheng Hua, Shijian Fang

Customer Lifetime Value Prediction in Non-Contractual Freemium Settings: Chasing High-Value Users Using Deep Neural Networks and SMOTE | Rafet Sifa, Julian Runge, Christian Bauckhage, Daniel Klapper

Distraction or Connection? An Investigation of Social Media Use at Work | Manli Wu, Chen Yang, Chuang Wang, J. Leon Zhao, Sisi Wu, Liang Liang Deep Learning, Ubiquitous, and Toy Computing Minitrack Chairs: Patrick Hung, Shih-Chia Huang, Sarajane Marques Peres

**Quantitative Considerations about the Semantic Relationship of Entities in a Document Corpus | Andreas Schmidt, Steffen Scholz Decision Support for Complex Networks KONA 3

KONA 3

FRIDAY, 4:00 - 5:30

Twitter Connections Shaping New York City | Stanislav Sobolevsky, Philipp Kats, Sergey Malinchik, Mark Hoffman, Brian Kettler, Constantine Kontokosta

Minitrack Chairs: Wolfgang Bein, Stefan Pickl

DA 7

DA 9

SATURDAY, 3:00 - 4:30

XLab: Early Indications & Warnings from Open Source Data with Application to Biological Threat | Olga Simek, Curtis Davis, Andrew Heier, Sanjeev Mohindra, Kyle O'Brien, John Passarelli, Frederick Waugh

Perceived Innovativeness and Privacy Risk of Smart Toys in Brazil and Argentina | Marcelo Fantinato, Patrick Hung, Ying Jiang, Jorge Roa, Pablo Villarreal, Mohammed Melaisi, Fernanda Amancio Digital Services and the Digitalization of Services

**Proof of Concept for a Visual Analytics Dashboard for Transportation Network Analysis | Marian Sorin Nistor Leveraging the Potentials of Dedicated Collaborative Interactive Learning: Conceptual Foundations to Overcome Uncertainty by Human-Machine Collaboration | Adrian Calma, Sarah Oeste-Reiß, Bernhard Sick, Jan Marco Leimeister Bayesian Inference for Static Traffic Network Flows with Mobile Sensor Data | Zhen Tan, H.Oliver Gao

Minitrack Chairs: Tuure Tuunanen, Tilo Boehmann, Ola Henfridsson

DA 10

KONA 4

SATURDAY, 8:00 - 9:30

Competition Logics during Digital Platform Evolution | Arto Ojala, Kalle Lyytinen Conceptualizing Resource Orchestration - The Role of Service Platforms in Facilitating Service Systems | Zolnowski Andreas, Warg Markus Utilitarian Use of Social Media Services - A Study on Twitter | Dicle Köse, Alexander Semenov, Tuure Tuunanen

** Best Paper Nomination

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DA 11

KONA 4

SATURDAY, 10:00 - 11:30

DA 15

**Can Humanoid Service Robots Perform Better Than Service Employees? A Comparison of Innovative Behavior Cues | Ruth Maria Stock, Moritz Merkle Engaging Users to Co-Create - Implications for Service Systems Design by Evaluating an Engagement Platform | Christian Grotherr, Martin Semmann, Tilo Boehmann Towards a Taxonomy for Data-Driven Digital Services | Aya Rizk, Birgitta Bergvall-Kåreborn, Ahmed Elragal DA 12

KONA 4

SATURDAY, 1:00 - 2:30

Five Principles for Digital Service Innovation in Social Care | Gitte Tjørnehøj, Hanne Westh Nicolajsen Throbbing Between Two Lives: Resource Pooling in Service Supply Chains | Kim van Oorschot, Yan Wang, Henk Akkermans Gamification

Minitrack Chairs: Juho Hamari, Petri Parvinen DA 13

KONA 4

THURSDAY, 8:00 - 9:30

Gamification of the Work Floor: A Literature Review of Gamifying Production and Logistics Operations | Harald Warmelink, Jonna Koivisto, Igor Mayer, Mikko Vesa, Juho Hamari A Theory of Gamification Principles Through Goal-Setting Theory | Gustavo Tondello, Hardy Premsukh, Lennart Nacke

DA 14

KONA 4

THURSDAY, 10:00 - 11:30

Points for Posts and Badges to Brand Advocates: The Role of Gamification in Consumer Brand Engagement | Elena Vitkauskaitė, Rimantas Gatautis Value Co-Creation and Co-Destruction in Online Video Games: An Exploratory Study and Implications for Future Research | Jarkko Kokko, Tero Vartiainen, Tuure Tuunanen Employing Mixed Reality Applications: Customer Experience Perspective | Jani Holopainen, Osmo Mattila, Petri Parvinen, Essi Pöyry, Kaapo Seppälä ** Best Paper Nomination

THURSDAY, 2:00 - 3:30

**The Interaction of Trait Competitiveness and Leaderboard Design - An Experimental Analysis of Effects on Perceptions and Usage Intention | Christoph Höllig, Andranik Tumasjan, Isabell Welpe Gamified Digital Services: How Gameful Experiences Drive Continued Service Usage | Tobias Wolf, Welf Weiger, Maik Hammerschmidt Gamified Workshops as Drivers for Attitudinal and Behavioral Shifts toward Sustainable Business Practices: The Role of Enjoyment, Curiosity and External Regulation | Lisa-Maria Putz, Horst Treiblmaier DA 16

KONA 4

THURSDAY, 4:00 - 5:30

Gamification of Older Adults' Physical Activity: An Eight-Week Study | Dennis Kappen, Pejman Mirza-Babaei, Lennart Nacke What's in the Game? Developing a Taxonomy of Gamification Concepts for Health Apps | Manuel Schmidt-Kraepelin, Scott Thiebes, Minh Chau Tran, Ali Sunyaev A Design Framework for Adaptive Gamification Applications | Martin Böckle, Isabel Micheel, Markus Bick, Jasminko Novak Beyond Enjoyment: A Cognitive-Emotional Perspective of Gamification | Jeffrey Mullins, Rajiv Sabherwal Intelligent Decision Support and Big Data for Logistics and Supply Chain Management

Tailoring a Points Scoring Mechanism for Crowd-Based Knowledge Pooling | Ganit Richter, Daphne Raban, Sheizaf Rafaeli What Drives Decision Makers to Follow or Ignore Forecasting Tools - A Game Based Analysis | Georg Vetter, Markus Siepermann, Richard Lackes

KONA 4

Minitrack Chairs: : Stefan Voss, Hans-Jürgen Sebastian, Julia Pahl DA 17

KONA 3

SATURDAY, 8:00 - 9:30

RFID-Enabled Management of Highly-Perishable Inventory: A Markov Decision Process Approach for Grocery Retailers | Chokdee Siawsolit, Gary Gaukler, Sarun Seepun A Decision Support System for Efficient Last-Mile Distribution of Fresh Fruits and Vegetables as Part of E-Grocery Operations | Martin Waitz, Andreas Mild, Christian Fikar An Intelligent Decision Support System for the Empty Unit Load Device Repositioning Problem in Air Cargo Industry | Daniel Döppner, Patrick Derckx, Detlef Schoder

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DA 18

KONA 3

SATURDAY, 10:00 - 11:30

Machine Learning and Network Analytics in Finance Minitrack Chairs: Peter Sarlin, József Mezei

Deep Multi-Agent Reinforcement Learning Using DNNWeight Evolution to Optimize Supply Chain Performance | Taiki Fuji, Kiyoto Ito, Kohsei Matsumoto, Kazuo Yano

DA 21

WAIKOLOA 2

FRIDAY, 4:00 - 5:30

On the Need for Random Baseline Comparisons in Metaheuristic Search | Daniel Soper

RiskRank to Predict Systemic Banking Crises with Common Exposures | Peter Sarlin, Paolo Giudici, Alessandro Spelta, Kaj-Mikael Björk

Interactive Visual Analytics and Visualization for Decision Making-Making Sense of Big Data

Credit Risk Evaluation in Peer-to-peer Lending with Linguistic Data Transformation and Supervised Learning | Jozsef Mezei, Ajay Byanjankar, Markku Heikkilä

Minitrack Chairs: David Ebert, Brian Fisher, Kelly Gaither

DA 19

KONA 2

SATURDAY, 8:00 - 9:30

**Immersive Visualization for Abnormal Detection in Heterogeneous Data for On-site Decision Making | Elias Mahfoud, Kodzo Wegba, Yuemeng Li, Honglei Han, Aidong Lu Representation Effects and Loss Aversion in Analytical Behaviour: An Experimental Study into Decision Making Facilitated by Visual Analytics | Paul Booth, Nicholas Gibbins, Spryos Galanis Visual Decision-Making in Real-Time Business Intelligence: A Social Media Marketing Example | Elena Darcheva, Alexander Benlian Internet of Things: Providing Services Using Smart Devices, Wearables, and Quantified Self Minitrack Chairs: Tayfun Keskin

DA 20

KONA 3

THURSDAY, 2:00 - 3:30

The Internet of Things, Teamwork, and Service Projects | Ziye (Randy) Wang, Deanna Kennedy Pricing of Games as a Service: An Analytical Model for Interactive Digital Services with Hedonistic Properties | Tayfun Keskin Pricing of Virtual Goods and Designing Game Challenge Level for Free-to-Play Mobile Games in the Presence of Copycat Competitors | Ismail Civelek, Yipeng Liu, Sean Marston

** Best Paper Nomination

A Partial Parameter HMM Based Clustering on Loan Repayment Data: Insights into Financial Behavior and Intent to Repay | Dibu Philip, Nandan Sudarsanam, Balaraman Ravindran **Event Entry Time Prediction in Financial Business Processes Using Machine Learning - A Use Case from Loan Applications | Michael Frey, Andreas Emrich, Peter Fettke, Peter Loos Mixed, Augmented and Virtual Reality

Minitrack Chairs: Petri Parvinen, Juho Hamari, Essi Pöyry DA 22

KONA 4

SATURDAY, 3:00 - 4:30

The Role of Immersive Virtual Reality in Learning | Henrik Kampling The Three Pillars of Virtual Reality? Investigating the Roles of Immersion, Presence, and Interactivity | Joschka Mütterlein Usability and Reliability of Smart Glasses for Secondary Triage During Mass Casualty Incidents | John Broach, Alexander Hart, Matthew Griswold, Jeffrey Lai, Edward Boyer, Aaron Skolnik, Peter Chai **Augmented Reality in Informal Learning Environments: Investigating Short-term and Long-term Effects | Peter Sommerauer, Oliver Mueller

42

Service Analytics

Mobile Value Services

Minitrack Chairs: Hansjoerg Fromm, Gerhard Satzger, Thomas Setzer

Minitrack Chairs: Pirkko Walden, Tomi Dahlberg, Esko Penttinen DA 23

KONA 3

THURSDAY, 4:00 - 5:30

DA 27

Canalization or Increased Diffusion? An Empirical Analysis on the Impact of the Recommendation System in the Mobile App Market | Charles Liu, Mohsen Jozani, Raymond Choo What Drives Continued Intention for Mobile Payment? An Expectation Cost Benefit Theory with Habit | Kuan-Yu Lin, Yi-Ting Wang, Travis Huang Why do Individuals Continue Using Mobile Payments - A Qualitative Study in China | Xiaogang Chen, Darrell Carpenter, Xue Li, Charlie Chen, Shin-Yuan Hung Multi-Criteria Decision Analysis and Support Systems

WAIKOLOA 2

Influencing Operational Policing Strategy by Predictive Service Analytics | Lisa Jackson, Melanie-Jane Stoneman, Heather Callaghan, Hanjing Zhang, Christina Latsou, Sarah Dunnett, Lei Mao A Similarity-Based Approach for the All-Time Demand Prediction of New Automotive Spare Parts | Daniel Steuer, Verena Hutterer, Peter Korevaar, Hansjoerg Fromm DA 28

FRIDAY, 8:00 - 9:30

**Decision Making in Crowdfunding under Risk Analysis | Jun Chen, Long Chen, Chen Qian, Kefan Xie An Integrated Framework for The Value Focused Thinking Methodology | Kweku-Muata Osei-Bryson Online Decision Making and Information Systems Design Minitrack Chairs: Markus Weinmann, Christoph Schneider, Jan vom Brocke

DA 25

WAIKOLOA 2

FRIDAY, 8:00 - 9:30

Open Digital Services and Platforms

Minitrack Chairs: Juho Lindman, Matti Rossi, Virpi Tuunainen WAIKOLOA 2

KONA 4

FRIDAY, 10:00 - 11:30

The Anchor and Adjustment Bandwidthmodel: Exploring Cognitive Biases in Simulated Forecast Series | Florian Knöll, David Roßbach How to Improve Cloud Services Availability? Investigating the Impact of Power and IT Subsystems Failures | Daniel Rosendo, Guto Leoni, Demis Gomes, André Moreira, Glauco Gonçalves, Patricia Endo, Judith Kelner, Djamel Sadok, Mozhgan Mahloo Towards a Technician Marketplace using Capacity-Based Pricing | Clemens Wolff, Michael Vössing, Björn Schmitz, Hansjörg Fromm

Digital Nudging for Online Social Sharing: Evidence from A Randomized Field Experiment | Ni Huang, Peiyu Chen, Yili Hong, Shinyi Wu

DA 26

FRIDAY, 8:00 - 9:30

The Impact of Service Failure Controllability and Relationship Strength on Post-Complaint Consumer Behavior - An Empirical Analysis | Frederike von Aswege, Jan Kemper, Malte Brettel

Minitrack Chairs: Amita Goyal Chin, Rakesh Sarin, H. Roland Weistroffer

DA 24

KONA 4

FRIDAY, 2:00 - 3:30

Love and Hate Relationships in a Platform Ecosystem: A Case of Finnish Electronic Identity Management | Anar Bazarhanova, Jesse Yli-Huumo, Kari Smolander

DA 29

KONA 4

FRIDAY, 2:00 - 3:30

Stable Matrix Approximation for Top-N Recommendation on Implicit Feedback Data | Dongsheng Li, Changyu Miao, Stephen Chu, Jason Mallen, Tomomi Yoshioka, Pankaj Srivastava The Role of Semantic Technologies in Diagnostic and Decision Support for Service Systems | Eleni Tsalapati, Thomas Jackson, William Johnson, Lisa Jackson, Andrey Vasilyev, Andrew West, Lei Mao, Ben Davies On Predictability of Revisioning in Corporate Cash Flow Forecasting | Florian Knöll, Thomas Setzer, Kevin Laubis

** Best Paper Nomination

43

DSM: Digital and Social Media Co-Chairs: Kevin Crowston and Karine Nahon

Service Science

Minitrack Chairs: Paul Maglio, Fu-ren Lin, Michael Shaw DA 30

KONA 4

Ignite Talks

FRIDAY, 4:00 - 5:30

Firm Strategies in Open Internet of Things Business Ecosystems: Framework and Case Study | Anssi Smedlund, Heini Ikävalko, Petra Turkama Service Ecosystem Emergence from Primitive Actors in Service Dominant Logic: An Exploratory Simulation Study | Satoru Fujita, Claudia Vaughan, Stephen Vargo Application of Design Thinking for Service Innovation: Current Practices, Expectations and Adoption Barriers | Frederike Engberts, Hans Borgman

Minitrack Chairs: Haluk Demirkan, James Spohrer, Ralph Badinelli KONA 3

THURSDAY, 8:00 - 9:30

**Service Dominant Architecture: Conceptualizing the Foundation for Execution of Digital Strategies based on S-D Logic | Peter Weiß, Andreas Zolnowski, Markus Warg, Thomas Schuster People's Interactions with Cognitive Assistants for Enhanced Performances | Md. Abul Kalam Siddike, Jim Spohrer, Haluk Demirkan, Youji Kohda Soft Computing: Methods and Applications

Minitrack Chairs: Gabriella Pasi, Rudolf Kruse, Marco Viviani KONA 3

FRIDAY, 4:00 - 5:30

A Network-Based Deterministic Model for Complexity | Simon Poon, Su Henry, Niku Gorji

QUEEN'S 4

THURSDAY, 8:00 - 9:30

This session hosts a series of a high-energy short talks that promotes the sharing of creative ideas about digital and social media research. Collective Intelligence and Crowds

Minitrack Chairs: Jeffrey Nickerson, Pnina Fichman, Donald Steiny DSM 1

QUEEN'S 4

FRIDAY, 8:00 - 9:30

Coordinating Advanced Crowd Work: Extending Citizen Science | Kevin Crowston, Erica Mitchell, Carsten Østerlund

Service-Oriented Cognitive Analytics for Smart Service Systems: A Research Agenda | Robin Hirt, Niklas Kühl, Björn Schmitz, Gerhard Satzger

DA 32

DSM

Computer-Mediated Deception: Collective Languageaction Cues as Stigmergic Signals for Computational Intelligence | Shuyuan Mary Ho, Jeffrey Hancock

Smart Service Systems: Analytics, Cognition, and Innovation

DA 31

Minitrack Chairs: Kevin Crowston, Karine Nahon

Causal

Stochastic Speculative Computation Method and its Application to Monte Carlo Molecular Simulation | Yasuki Iizuka, Akira Hamada, Yosuke Suzuki

A Multi-Scale Correlative Approach for Crowd-Sourced Multi-Variate Spatiotemporal Data | Thomas Gorko, Calvin Yau, Abish Malik, Matt Harris, Jun Xiang Tee, Ross Maciejewski, Cheryl Qian, Shehzad Afzal, Bryan Pijanowski, David Ebert DSM 2

QUEEN'S 4

FRIDAY, 10:00 - 11:30

It's All News to Me: The Remix | Miriam Boon **Democratic Replay: Enhancing TV Election Debates with Interactive Visualisations | Brian Plüss, Anna De Liddo The 2016 US Presidential Election on Facebook: An Exploratory Analysis of Sentiments | Saud Alashri, Srinivasa Srivatsav Kandala, Vikash Bajaj, Emily Parriott, Yukika Awazu, Kevin Desouza Critical and Ethical Studies of Digital and Social Media Minitrack Chairs: Amelia Acker, Brian Beaton, Laha Swartz

DSM 3

QUEEN'S 4

THURSDAY, 2:00 - 3:30

The Ethics of Psychometrics in Social Media: A Rawlsian Approach | Morten Bay **Cracking Open the Black Box of Genetic Ancestry Testing | Joan Donovan, Irene Pasquetto, Jennifer Pierre

** Best Paper Nomination

44

Data Analytics, Data Mining and Machine Learning for Social Media

Digital Social Media in Enterprise

Minitrack Chairs: Xuefei (Nancy) Deng, Yibai Li, K.D. Joshi

Minitrack Chairs: David Yates, Jennifer Xu, Dominique Haughton DSM 4

KONA 2

DSM 7

SATURDAY, 1:00 - 2:30

Analysis of Elections Using Social Listening in Japan | Hisaki Goto, Yukiko Goto "Leadership in Action: How Top Hackers Behave" A BigData Approach with Text-Mining and Sentiment Analysis | Baidyanath Biswas, Arunabha Mukhopadhyay, Gaurav Gupta **Automated Generation of Latent Topics on Emerging Technologies from YouTube Video Content | Clinton Daniel, Kaushik Dutta DSM 5

KONA 2

SATURDAY, 3:00 - 4:30

Fine Grained Approach for Domain Specific Seed URL Extraction | Lalit Mohan Sanagavarapu, Sourav Sarangi, Raghu Reddy Y, Vasudeva Varma Yaks versus Tweets: Sentiment Discrepancy During a Social Crisis | Mehrdad Koohikamali, Natalie Gerhart Emotions Trump Facts: The Role of Emotions in on Social Media: A Literature Review | Hissu Hyvärinen, Roman Beck Decision Making in Online Social Networks Minitrack Chairs: Valeria Sadovykh, Gabrielle Peko, David Sundaram

DSM 6

QUEEN'S 4

**Unique Challenges of Decision-Making Process on Crowdfunding Platforms: An Exploratory Study | Yu Lei, Ali Yayla, Surinder Kahai Is Negative Feedback Better than No Feedback? The Impact of Social Dynamics on Reviewers' Review Decisions | Wenqi Shen, Yan Liu The Message Influences Me More Than Others: Social Media Metrics, Third-Person Perception, and Behavioral Intentions | Myojung Chung A Differentially Private Matching Scheme for Pairing Similar Users of Proximity Based Social Networking Applications | Michael Sommer, Lipyeow Lim, Depeng Li

FRIDAY, 4:00 - 5:30

Social Network Sites in Businesses: Technostress | Murad Moqbel, Valerie Bartelt

Combating

**Digitalization and Leadership - How Experienced Leaders Interpret Daily Realities in a Digital World | Andreas Hesse Organizational Social Media: A Literature Review and Research Agenda | Karin Högberg Games and Gaming Minitrack Chairs: Nathaniel Poor, Mia Consalvo

DSM 8

KONA 3

FRIDAY, 8:00 - 9:30

Videogame Walkthroughs in Educational Settings: Challenges, Successes, and Suggestions for Future Use | Kelly Bergstrom, Jennifer Jenson, Emily Flynn-Jones, Cristyne Hebert Finding Sociality In Single Player Games: A Case Study of Tandem play amongst Friends and Couples | Mia Consalvo, Jason Begy, Pierson Browne, Sarah Ganzon, Rainforest Scully-Blaker, Rebecca Waldie The Relationship between Player's Gaming Orientation and Avatar's Capital: A Study in Final Fantasy XIV | Henry Korkeila, Juho Hamari DSM 9

FRIDAY, 2:00 - 3:30

QUEEN'S 4

KONA 3

FRIDAY, 10:00 - 11:30

Impact of Playing Pokémon Go on Wellness | Shahrokh Nikou, Julian Tarvoll, Anssi Öörni The Effects of Game Players' Social Intelligence on Social Support and Psychosocial Problem Factors in a 2-Wave Longitudinal Study | Hye Rim Lee, Eui Jun Jeong, Sung Je Lee Learning within Digital and Social Media Minitrack Chairs: Maarten de Laat, Dan Suthers

DSM 10

QUEEN'S 4

THURSDAY, 10:00 - 11:30

Youth Data Literacy: Teen Perspectives on Data Created with Social Media and Mobile Devices | Amelia Acker, Leanne Bowler **Learning in the Wild: Coding Reddit for Learning and Practice | Priya Kumar, Anatoliy Gruzd, Caroline Haythornthwaite, Sarah Gilbert, Marc Esteve del Valle, Drew Paulin

Peer and Vicarious Framing, Problematization, and Situated Learning in Online Professional Masters Courses | Susan Gasson, Jonan Donaldson ** Best Paper Nomination

45

Mediated Conversation

Social Media and Communities

Minitrack Chairs: Sheizaf Rafaeli, Yoram Kalman, Carmel Kent DSM 11

QUEEN'S 4

Minitrack Chairs: Dan Suthers, Karine Nahon

SATURDAY, 10:00 - 11:30

DSM 14

QUEEN'S 4

SATURDAY, 1:00 - 2:30

Is Politeness Catalytic and Contagious? Effects on Participation in Online News Discussions | Yeweon Kim, Susan Herring

**"They are Like Personalized Mini-Googles": Seeking Information on Facebook Groups | Preeti Mudliar, Noopur Raval

The Role of Chronemic Agency in the Processing of a Multitude of Mediated Conversation Threads | Yoram Kalman, Ana Aguilar, Dawna Ballard

Knowledge Production and Social Roles in an Online Community of Emerging Occupation: A Study of User Experience Practitioners on Reddit | Yubo Kou, Colin Gray, Austin Toombs, Robin Adams

Network Analysis of Digital and Social Media

Photographic Disclosure in Facebook and Relational Closeness with Others | David Houghton, Adam Joinson, Nigel Caldwell, Ben Marder, Emily Collins

Minitrack Chairs: Devan Rosen, George Barnett, Kar-Hai Chu DSM 12

KONA 2

SATURDAY, 10:00 - 11:30

**Press Freedom Homophily in the Tie Structure of the Global Internet | Hyunjin Seo, Stuart Thorson Sampling Social Media: Supporting Information Retrieval from Microblog Data Resellers with Text, Network, and Spatial Analysis | Cody Buntain, Erin McGrath, Brandon Behlendorf

Polarization on Social Media: when Group Dynamics Leads to Societal Divides | Agnieszka Rychwalska, Magdalena Roszczyńska-Kurasińska DSM 15

QUEEN'S 4

SATURDAY, 3:00 - 4:30

Emerging Leaderships in an Online Community: A Longitudinal Network Analysis | Joyce Lee, Chin-Sheng Yang, Carol Hsu, Jhong-Heng Wang

The Buffer Effect of Receiving Social Support on SNS Exhaustion and SNS Satisfaction: An Exploratory Study of the Lonely and Emotionally Unstable | Janice Lo, Chengqi Guo, Bree Bradley

Analysis of the Twitter Interactions during the Impeachment of Brazilian President | Fabrício Olivetti de França, Denise Goya, Claudio Camargo Penteado

Will You "Tip" Celebrated Streamers? Sense of Virtual Community and the Moderating Role of Subjective Happiness | Pei-Shan Hsieh, Junmin Ou, Jialin Xu Drivers of Online Brand Community Value Creation: The Role of Psychological Empowerment | Sara Hsieh, Timmy Tseng, Crystal Lee

Social Information Systems

Minitrack Chairs: Rainer Schmidt, Rainer Alt, Selmin Nurcan DSM 13

QUEEN'S 4

THURSDAY, 4:00 - 5:30

**Exploring Affordances of Slack Integrations and Their Actualization Within Enterprises - Towards an Understanding of How Chatbots Create Value | Emanuel Stoeckli, Falk Uebernickel, Walter Brenner

How Does Social Media Interactivity Affect Brand Loyalty? | Travis Huang, Chun-Yung Liao, Yi-Ting Wang, Kuan-Yu Lin

Social Environment of Virtual Collaboration Using Mobile Social Media | Zhaojun Yang, Jun Sun, Yali Zhang, Ying Wang Archetypes of Enterprise Social Network Users | Christian Oettl, Thomas Berger, Markus Böhm, Manuel Wiesche, Helmut Krcmar Automatically Quantifying Customer Need Tweets: Towards a Supervised Machine Learning Approach | Niklas Kühl, Marius Mühlthaler, Marc Goutier ** Best Paper Nomination

46

Social Media: Culture, Identity, and Inclusion

EG: Electronic Government Co-Chairs: Hans (Jochen) Scholl and Lemuria Carter

Minitrack Chairs: Nanette Levinson, Derick Cogburn, Shahper Vodanovich

DSM 16

QUEEN'S 4

Cybersecurity and Government

SATURDAY, 8:00 - 9:30

Minitrack Chairs: Greg White, Wm. Arthur Conklin, Keith Harrison

The New Agora: Social Media as a Vector for Sign Language as a Language of Culture, Identity and Inclusion of the Deaf | Cayley Guimarães, Sueli Fernandes A Socio-contextual Approach in Automated Detection of Cyberbullying | Nargess Tahmasbi, Elham Rastegari Mobile Phones Use by Urban Refugees in South Africa: Opportunities and Challenges | Kasky Bisimwa, Irwin Brown, Kevin Johnston Social Movements and Social Technologies

WAIKOLOA 3

KOHALA 1

SATURDAY, 1:00 - 2:30

A Conceptual Framework for Addressing IoT Threats: Challenges in Meeting Challenges | Maaike Harbers, Mortaza Bargh, Ronald Pool, Jasper Van Berkel, Susan Van den Braak, Sunil Choenni Multivariate Stochastic Approximation to Tune Neural Network Hyperparameters for Criticial Infrastructure Communication Device Identification | Trevor Bihl, Daniel Steeneck **Scientific Knowledge of the Human Side of Information Security as a Basis for Sustainable Trainings in Organizational Practices | Margit Scholl, Frauke Fuhrmann, L. Robin Scholl

Minitrack Chairs: Amber Young, Jama Summers, Constantinos Coursaris

DSM 17

EG 1

SATURDAY, 8:00 - 9:30

Anatomy of Viral Social Media Events | Essi Pöyry, Salla-Maaria Laaksonen, Arto Kekkonen, Juho Pääkkönen

Emerging Topics in Electronic Government

How Diverse Users and Activities Trigger Connective Action via Social Media: Lessons from the Twitter Hashtag Campaign #ILookLikeAnEngineer | Aditya Johri, Habib Karbasian, Aqdas Malik, Rajat Handa, Hemant Purohit Emergent Collaboration on Twitter: A Case Study of the #BlackLivesMatter Movement | Daniel Lundgaard, Liana Razmerita, Chee-Wee Tan **The Influence of Social Media on Collective Action in the Context of Digital Activism: An Affordance Approach | Manju Ahuja, Pankaj Patel, Ayoung Suh

Minitrack Chairs: Elin Wihlborg, Lei Zhang, Theresa Pardo EG 2

KOHALA 1

THURSDAY, 2:00 - 3:30

The Salience and Urgency of Enterprise Data Management In the Public Sector | Teresa Harrison, Theresa Pardo, Mila Gasco-Hernandez, Donna Canestraro EG 3

KOHALA 1

THURSDAY, 4:00 - 5:30

Can We Learn from Down Under How to Rise Up in E-Government? A Comparative Analysis of the Public Sector Competences in the German and Australian Higher Education Systems | Nadine Ogonek, Jörg Becker Factors Promoting the Collection of Performance Measurement: Evidence from US Local Governments | Rashmi Krishnamurthy, Kevin Desouza, Gregory Dawson, Alfred Ho Providing Public Value through Data Sharing: Understanding Critical Factors of Food Traceability for Local Farms and Institutional Buyers | Mila Gasco-Hernandez, Wenhui Feng, J. Ramon Gil-Garcia

** Best Paper Nomination

47

Enhancing Public Participation, Interaction, and Innovation in Government

EG 8

KOHALA 1

SATURDAY, 8:00 - 9:30

The Cross-National Adoption of Policy Innovation: Peer-to-Patent | Helen Liu Digital Activism: A Hierarchy of Political Commitment | Jordana George, Dorothy Leidner Can Digital Technologies Create a Stronger Model for Democratic Participation? The Case of #Crowdlaw | Helene Langlamet

Identifying Challenges in Business Rules Management Implementations Regarding the Governance Capability at Governmental Institutions | Koen Smit, Martijn Zoet Open Co-creation Coming of Age: The Case of an Open Services Experiment | Lieselot Danneels, Stijn Viaene Information and Communication Technology for Development (ICT4D): ICT and Sustainable Development Minitrack Chairs: Mathias Hatakka, Devinder Thapa, Jing Zhang

Government and Disaster Resilience Minitrack Chairs: Mihoko Sakurai, Jose Julio Gonzalez, Frederick Benaben

EG 5

KOHALA 1

EG 9

FRIDAY, 8:00 - 9:30

A Conceptual System Dynamics Maturity Model of City Resilience | Jaziar Radianti, Ahmed Abdeltawab A.S Aboughonim, Jose Julio Gonzalez Technology-Mediated Learning for Resilience | Tim A. Majchrzak, Peter André Busch, Kjetil Sandvik Government Services and Information

KOHALA 1

Inverting the Relationship between Development and Public Access Computing (PAC): A Comparative Study of PAC Ecosystems | Caroline Stratton

Insider Threats to Governments and Organizations Minitrack Chairs: Matt Bishop, Jay Kesan, Jason Clark

EG 10

A

Minitrack Chairs: Helmut Krcmar, Yannis Charalabidis, Marijn Janssen

EG 11

Minitrack Chairs: Leif Skiftenes Flak, J. Ramon Gil-Garcia, Miriam Lips

KOHALA 1

THURSDAY, 2:00 - 3:30

The Making of a 'Top' Open Data City: A Case Study of Edmonton's Open Data Initiative | Jacqueline Corbett, Mathieu Templier, Hirotoshi Takeda

THURSDAY, 8:00 - 9:30

**Responding to Enterprise Architecture Initiatives: Loyalty, Voice and Exit | Lena Hylving, Bendik Bygstad ** Best Paper Nomination

SATURDAY, 1:00 - 2:30

Open Data, Information Processing, and Datification in Government

Government Transformation and Digitalization: Governance, Organization, and Management

KOHALA 1

KOHALA 1

Contrasting the CSEC 2017 and the CAE Designation Requirements | Wm. Arthur Conklin, Matt Bishop

Are Older Citizens Using the E-Moi portal in Saudi Arabia, Hail City: A Quantitative Study | Jyoti Choudrie, Adel Alfalah, Neil Spencer, David Sundaram

EG 7

SATURDAY, 10:00 - 11:30

The Role of Open Source Communities in Development: Policy Implications for Governments | Georg Link, Sajda Qureshi

FRIDAY, 4:00 - 5:30

**Determinants and Barriers of e-Procurement: European Comparison of Public Sector Experiences | Mila Gasco-Hernandez, Maria Cucciniello, Greta Nasi, Qianli Yuan

KOHALA 1

In Search for Holistic ICT4D Research: A Systematic Literature Review | Luthfi Ramadani, Sherah Kurnia, Christoph Breidbach

Minitrack Chairs: Jay Kesan, Ludwig Christian Schaupp, Luis Luna-Reyes EG 6

THURSDAY, 10:00 - 11:30

Understanding the Success of Government Portals: The Role of Political Leadership, Standards, and a Powerful Centralized IT Agency | J. Ramon Gil-Garcia, Evelyn Vargas-Marin, Mila Gasco-Hernandez

Minitrack Chairs: John Carlo Bertot, Mitch Cochran, Scott Robertson

EG 4

KOHALA 1

Co-creating an Open Government Data Driven Public Service: The Case of Chicago's Food Inspection Forecasting Model | Keegan McBride, Gerli Aavik, Tarmo Kalvet, Robert Krimmer

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ES: Electric Energy Systems Co-Chairs: Thomas Overbye and Robert Thomas

Policies and Strategies for Digital Governance

Minitrack Chairs: Peter Parycek, Antonio Cordella, Frank Bannister EG 12

KOHALA 1

Markets, Policy, and Computation (Energy Systems Optimization)

THURSDAY, 8:00 - 9:30

Minitrack Chair: Shmuel Oren Session Chair: Bill Rosehart

Public Procurement of Innovation Through Increased Startup Participation: The Case of Digipolis (Research-inprogress) | Ben De Coninck, Stijn Viaene, Jan Leysen Smart Cities, Smart Government, and Smart Governance Minitrack Chairs: Mila Gasco-Hernandez, Elsa Negre, Camille Rosenthal-Sabroux

EG 13

KOHALA 1

FRIDAY, 2:00 - 3:30

**A Tale of Two "Smart Cities": Investigating the Echoes of New Public Management and Governance Discourses in Smart City Projects in Brazil | Erico Przeybilovicz, Maria Alexandra Cunha, Javiera Fernanda Medina Macaya, João Porto de Albuquerque

ES 1

A Requirements Framework for the Design of Smart City Reference Architectures | Viviana Bastidas, Markus Helfert, Marija Bezbradica Social Media and Government

Minitrack Chairs: Rony Medaglia, Margit Scholl, Euripidis Loukis EG 14

KOHALA 1

FRIDAY, 10:00 - 11:30

**The Diffusion of Crisis-Related Communication on Social Media: An Empirical Analysis of Facebook Reactions | Björn Ross, Tobias Potthoff, Tim Majchrzak, Narayan Ranjan Chakraborty, Mehdi Ben Lazreg, Stefan Stieglitz

The Estimation of Nodal Power Supply Reliability through the Network Connectivity by Complex Network Method | Hui Ren, Yuhuan Wu, David Watts, He Jiang, Nannan Jiang Spurious Critical Points in Power System State Estimation | Richard Zhang, Javad Lavaei, Ross Baldick Monitoring, Control, and Protection (Large Scale Dynamics and Control) Minitrack Chair: Joe Eto Session Chair: Mani Venkatasubramanian

ES 2

KING'S 2

THURSDAY, 10:00 - 11:30

Pattern Mining and Anomaly Detection based on Power System Synchrophasor Measurements | Huiying Ren, Zhangshuan Hou, Heng Wang, Dimitri Zarzhitsky, Pavel Etingov Novel Optimization-Based Algorithms for a Substation Voltage Controller Using Local PMU Measurements | Mohammad Amelian, Noah Badayos, Vaithianathan Venkatasubramanian, Farrokh Habibi-Ashrafi, Armando Salazar, Backer Abu-Jaradeh Locational Accuracy of VIP Indices for Voltage Collapse Margin Estimation | Miroslav Begovic, Aaqib Peerzada, Reynaldo Nuqui, Benjamin Picone

Using Social Media for Government Passive ExpertSourcing | Euripidis Loukis, Yannis Charalabidis, Aggeliki Androutsopoulou

** Best Paper Nomination

THURSDAY, 8:00 - 9:30

Reserves from Controllable Swimming Pool Pumps: Reliability Assessment and Operational Planning | Mohammad Sadegh Modarresi, Le Xie, Chanan Singh

Understanding the Adoption of Smart Community Services: Perceived Usefulness, Enjoyment, and Affective Community Commitment | Ruizhi Li, Qian Huang, Xiayu Chen, Bowen Zheng, Hefu Liu Online Activities to Mobilize Smart Cities | Mihoko Sakurai, Øystein Sæbø

KING'S 2

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Integrating Distributed or Renewable Resources (Coordination of Distributed Energy Resources)

Integrating Distributed or Renewable Resources (Renewables Resources and Demand Response)

ES 3

ES 6

Minitrack Chair: Lindsay Anderson Session Chair: Ward Jewell KING'S 2

Minitrack Chair: Lindsay Anderson Session Chair: Charlie Smith

THURSDAY, 2:00 - 3:30

**An Adaptive Optimization-Based Load Shedding Scheme in Microgrids | Amin Gholami, Tohid Shekari, Andy Sun Coordination of DERs in Microgrids with Cybersecure Resilient Decentralized Secondary Frequency Contro | Hao Jan Liu, Matthew Backes, Richard Macwan, Alfonso Valdes Real-time Voltage Regulation in Distribution Systems via Decentralized PV Inverter Control | Weixuan Lin, Robert Thomas, Eilyan Bitar

Autonomous Energy Grids | Benjamin Kroposki, Emiliano Dall'Anese, Andrey Bernstein, Yingchen Zhang, Bri-Mathias Hodge Location-Dependent Impacts of Resource Inertia on Power System Oscillations | Ti Xu, Wonhyeok Jang, Thomas Overbye

Resilient Networks (Testbeds and Synthetic Networks)

Minitrack Chair: Jeff Dagle Session Chair: Le Xie KING'S 2

Minitrack Chair: Jeffery Dagle Session Chair: Mladen Kezunovic and Ian Dobson

THURSDAY, 4:00 - 5:30

**A Submodular Approach for Electricity Distribution Network Reconfiguration | Ali Khodabakhsh, Ger Yang, Soumya Basu, Evdokia Nikolova, Michael Caramanis, Thanasis Lianeas, Emmanouil Pountourakis Exploring Cascading Outages and Weather via Processing Historic Data | Ian Dobson, Nichelle'Le Carrington, Kai Zhou, Zhaoyu Wang, Benjamin Carreras, Jose Reynolds-Barredo Systematic Framework for Integration of Weather Data into Prediction Models for the Electric Grid Outage and Asset Management Applications | Mladen Kezunovic, Zoran Obradovic, Tatjana Djokic, Shoumik Roychoudhury

ES 7

Building Synthetic Power Transmission Networks of Many Voltage Levels, Spanning Multiple Areas | Adam Birchfield, Ti Xu, Komal Shetye, Thomas Overbye

Markets, Policy, and Computation (Market Design and Analysis) Minitrack Chair: Shmuel Oren Session Chair: Richard Tabors

ES 8

FRIDAY, 8:00 - 9:30

Redefining Requirements of Ancillary Services for Technology Agnostic Sources | Daniel Esteban Morales Bondy, Jason MacDonald, Emre Can Kara, Oliver Gehrke, Kai Heussen, David Chassin, Sila Kiliccote, Henrik Bindner Learning Schemes for Power System Protection | Carter Lassetter, Eduardo Cotilla-Sanchez, Jinsub Kim Integrated Centralized Substation Protection | A P Meliopoulos, George Cokkinides, Hussain Albinali, Paul Myrda, Evangelos Farantatos

** Best Paper Nomination

FRIDAY, 2:00 - 3:30

Interdependence of Transmission Branch Parameters on the Voltage Levels | Mir Hadi Athari, Zhifang Wang

Minitrack Chair: Joe Eto Session Chair: David Chassin KING'S 2

KING'S 2

Assignment of Electrical Properties to Power Grid Topologies | Eran Schweitzer, Anna Scaglione, Kory Hedman

Monitoring, Control, and Protection (Distributed Decision and Control)

ES 5

FRIDAY, 10:00 - 11:30

Impacts of Strategic Behavior and Consumer Requirements on the Promise of Demand Response | Muhammad Bashar Anwar, Mark O'Malley

Resilient Networks (Data Analytics and Decision Support)

ES 4

KING'S 2

KING'S 2

FRIDAY, 4:00 - 5:30

The Use of Marginal Energy Costs in the Design of U.S. Capacity Markets | Robert Moye, Sean Meyn Market Based Intraday Coordination of Electric and Natural Gas System Operation | Aleksandr Rudkevich, Anatoly Zlotbik, Pablo Ruiz, Evgeniy Goldis, Aleksandr Beylin, Richard Hornby, Richard Tabors, Scott Backhaus, Michael Caramanis, Russ Philbrick Joint Expansion Planning for Natural Gas and Electric Transmission with Endogenous Market Feedbacks | Russell Bent, Seth Blumsack, Pascal van Hentenryck, Conrado Borraz Sanchez, Scott Backhaus

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HC: Information Technology in Healthcare Co-Chairs: William Chismar and Thomas Horan

Health Behavior Change Support Systems Minitrack Chairs: Khin Tan Win, Harri Oinas-Kukkonen, Sriram Iyengar

Big-Data on Healthcare Application

HC 4

Minitrack Chairs: Kelvin Tsoi, Simon Poon, Patrick Hung HC 1

KONA 2

Understanding the Context for Health Behavior Change with Cognitive Work Analysis and Persuasive Design | Catherine Burns, Leila Sadat Rezai, Justin St. Maurice

Drawing-Based Automatic Dementia Screening Using Gaussian Process Markov Chains | Max Lam, Xunying Liu, Helen Meng, Kelvin Tsoi Logic Synthesis as an Efficient Means of Minimal Model Discovery from Multivariable Medical Datasets | Niku Gorji, Simon Poon KONA 2

THURSDAY, 4:00 - 5:30

Designing for Behavior Change - 6 Dimensions of Social Comparison Features | Vasiliki Mylonopoulou, Karin Väyrynen, Minna Isomursu

FRIDAY, 8:00 - 9:30

Big Data and Parkinson's Disease: Exploration, Analyses, and Data Challenges | Mahalakshmi Senthilarumugam Veilukandammal, Sree Nilakanta, Baskar Ganapathysubramanian, Vellareddy Anantharam, Anumantha Kanthasamy, Auriel Willette

HC 2

KING'S 1

**Using Personality Traits and Chronotype to Support Personalization and Feedback in a Sleep Health Behavior Change Support System | Holly Nguyen, Carolina Ruiz, Vance Wilson, Diane Strong, Soussan Djamasbi Health Information Technology for Development: Use of ICTs for Health Equity Minitrack Chairs: : Matthias Hatakka, Nilmini Wickramasinghe, Sajda Qureshi

FRIDAY, 10:00 - 11:30

Association of the DYX1C1 Gene with Chinese Literacy in a Healthy Chinese Population | Mary Miu Yee Waye, Cynthia Siu, Catherine McBride, Connie Suk-han Ho, Cheuk Wa Wong Exploring the Potential of Big Data on the Health Care Delivery Value Chain (CDVC): A Preliminary Literature and Research Agenda | William Tibben, Samuel Fosso Wamba

HC 5

KOHALA 3

THURSDAY, 2:00 - 3:30

Development of a Mobile Tele-Simulation Unit Prototype for Training of Rural and Remote Emergency Health Care Providers | Jennifer Jewer, Adam Dubrowski, Kristopher Hoover, Andrew Smith, Michael Parsons

Achieving Data Completeness in Electronic Medical Records: A Conceptual Model and Hypotheses Development | Caihua Liu, Didar Zowghi, Amir Talaei-Khoei, Jay Daniel

Health Technologies that Interface Patients and Providers

Global Health IT Strategies

**Can a Hospital's Analytics Capabilities Impact Patient Satisfaction? A Multi-Year Panel Study | Idris Adjerid, Corey Angst, Sarv Devaraj

Minitrack Chairs: Joseph Tan, Christopher Califf, Michael Dohan HC 3

KING'S 1

THURSDAY, 8:00 - 9:30

**Image Recognition of Disease-Carrying Insects: A System for Combating Infectious Diseases Using Image Classification Techniques and Citizen Science | J. Pablo Munoz, Rebecca Boger, Scott Dexter, Russanne Low, Justin Li Critical Issues in Implementing and Adopting National e-Health Solutions: Lessons from Australia's MyHealth Record | Imran Muhammad, Nilmini Wickramasinghe Ambulatory EMR Adoption in the USA: A Longitudinal Study | Jun Sun, Jorge Garcia, Ying Wang

** Best Paper Nomination

Minitrack Chairs: Kai Zheng, Yunan Cheng

HC 6

KING'S 1

SATURDAY, 1:00 - 2:30

The Impact of Computing Device Design on PatientCentered Communication: An Experimental Study | Rebecca Randell, Charlotte Tang, Yunan Chen Effect of Handoff Training on Resident Communication Quality: An Observational Study | Joanna Abraham, Thomas Kannampallil, Charlotte Ward, Christopher Bogan, Abbas Hyderi Investigating Ethical Design Requirements for Digitalized Healthcare Support: The Case of Ambulatory Physiotherapeutic Assistance Systems | Marius Mueller, Oliver Heger, Bjoern Niehaves

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HC 9

ICT-enabled Self-management of Chronic Diseases and Conditions

Minitrack Chairs: Majid Dadgar, Bahae Samhan, K.D. Joshi HC 7

KOHALA 3

SATURDAY, 10:00 - 11:30

WANTED! - Virtual Coach for People with Thorny Diseases | Raija Halonen, Stefan Sävenstedt, Gunnar Hartvigsen, Roger Abächerli, Erika Jääskeläinen, Kåre Synnes Certainty Modeling of a Decision Support System for Mobile Monitoring of Exercise-induced Respiratory Conditions | Chinazunwa Uwaoma, Gunjan Mansingh **SHARPP Games for the Education Prevention and Reversion of Chronic Diseases | Claris Yee Seung Chung, David Sundaram The Effectiveness of Social Media-Enabled Patient Communities on Health Goal Attainment: An Approach of Survival Analysis | Jiahe Song, Pei Xu IT Adoption, Diffusion and Evaluation in Healthcare Minitrack Chairs: Ton Spil, Leigh Cellucci, Arnold Kamis, Karoly Bozan

HC 8

KING'S 1

FRIDAY, 8:00 - 9:30

**Minding the Boundary: Electronic Health Records and the Transformation of U.S. Healthcare Practice | Sean Hansen, A. James Baroody The Role of Anchoring in Actualizing IT Affordances in EMR Implementations | Venkata Mallampalli, Hani Safadi, Samer Faraj Unpacking the Complexity of Consistency: Insights from a Grounded Theory Study of the Effective Use of Electronic Medical Records | Rebekah Eden, Saeed Akhlaghpour, Paul Spee, Andrew Staib, Clair Sullivan, Andrew Burton-Jones

KING'S 1

FRIDAY, 10:00 - 11:30

The Key Determinant Factors of ClinicalInformationSystems User Satisfaction: Lessons Learnt from an Australian Case Study | Peter Haddad, Nilmini Wickramasinghe Actualization of Electronic Health Records Affordances: An Empirical Investigation of Users' Personal and Behavioral Antecedents | Hamed Qahri-Saremi, Georgia Mueller-Luckey, Robert Robinson, Rassule Hadidi, Stacy Sattovia The Effect of Unmet Expectations of Information Quality on Post-Acceptance Workarounds among Healthcare Providers | Karoly Bozan, Andrew Berger HC 10

KING'S 1

FRIDAY, 2:00 - 3:30

Youth Quarter: Success and Failure Factors of a Digital Platform for Youth Care Professionals | Margreet B. Michel-Verkerke, Somaya Ben Allouch Clinician's Perceptions and Expectations on a mHealth Platform for Supporting Patient Data Integration and Clinical Service Delivery: A Case Study in Evidence-Based Communication Rehabilitation | Erhhsuan Wang, Leming Zhou, Bambang Parmanto, Valerie Watzlaf, Mervat Abdelhak The Emergence of Digitalisation in the Context of Health Care | Marius Mihailescu, Daniela Mihailescu HC 11

KING'S 1

FRIDAY, 4:00 - 5:30

Medical Technology Investment Decision-Making at U.S. Hospitals: A Comparative Case Study of Four Organizations | Christian Wernz, Hui Zhang Drones: Application and Business Models in Swiss Hospitals | Mike Krey Facing Business-IT-Alignment in Healthcare | Mike Krey

** Best Paper Nomination

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IT Architectures and Implementations in Healthcare Environments

Personal Health Management and Technologies Minitrack Chairs: Freimut Bodendorf, Nilmini Wickramasinghe, Tuan Huy Ma

Minitrack Chairs: Radmila Juric, Karen Stendal, Sang Suh HC 12

KING'S 1

THURSDAY, 10:00 - 11:30

HC 15

Process Innovation with Lightweight IT at an Emergency Unit | Egil Øvrelid, Marit Halvorsen A Workaround of EHR - A logistics/Reporting System Development | Sonya Hsu, Steven Dick Software Architectures for Smart Applications in the Management of Chronic Diseases: A Study of Reversibility of Diabetes 2 | Mehdi Tarabi, Radmila Juric HC 13

KING'S 1

THURSDAY, 2:00 - 3:30

Improving Perioperative Data Integrity and Quality via Electronic Medical Record Reconciliation | Jim Ryan, Barbara Doster, Sandra Daily, Carmen Lewis Exploring Multi-Modal Communication Approach for Young Children with Spinal Muscular Atrophy (SMA) | Sheng Miao, Ziying Tang, Jinjuan Feng, Amanda Jozkowski Assessing the Impact of Physicians' Virtual Communities on their Medical Decision Making Quality | Anjum Razzque, Tillal Eldabi IT-Enabled Healthcare Coordination

KING'S 1

Why Patients Switch Help from Online to Offline: An Empirical Investigation of Emotions and Effects of Cognitions | Meng Yin, Xin Luo, Xiaoyu Xu, Qi Li Promoting Use of Patient-Centered Health IT: Assessment and Ranking of Incentive Mechanisms | Anton Grube, Tobias Dehling, Kristina Klein, Ali Sunyaev HC 16

KING'S 1

SATURDAY, 10:00 - 11:30

Selfies of Twitter Data Stream through the Lens of Information Theory: A Comparative Case Study of Tweet-trails with Healthcare Hashtags | Yuan Zhang, Hsia-Ching Chang Design of a Mobile-App for Non-Invasively Detecting High Blood Cholesterol Using Eye Images | Yaser Alhasawi, Balakrishnan Mullachery, Samir Chatterjee A Lazy User Perspective to the Voluntary Adoption of Electronic Personal Health Records (PHRs) | K Niki Kunene, MameFatou Diop Real-World Evaluation of Biosensor-Based Interventions in Healthcare

SATURDAY, 3:00 - 4:30

Minitrack Chairs: Edward Boyer, Peter Chai, Stephanie Carreiro

Creating Coordinative Paths from Admission to Discharge: The Role of Lightweight IT in Hospital Digital Process Innovation | Egil Øvrelid, Terje Sanner, Anette Siebenherz Horizontal Affordances for Patient Centred Care in Hospitals | Bendik Bygstad, Magnus Bergquist An Exploratory Study on how to Improve Bedside Changeof -Shift Process: Evidence from One Hospital Using Technology to Support Verbal Reporting | Kaushik Ghosh, Eileen Curl, Mary Goodwin, Patricia Morrell, Paul Guidroz

** Best Paper Nomination

SATURDAY, 8:00 - 9:30

How Does Self-Tracking Go? A Research Model and PreTest | Ruth Baumgart, Roland Holten

Minitrack Chairs: Susan Sherer, Stefan Morana, Melanie Reuter-Oppermann HC 14

KING'S 1

HC 17

KOHALA 3

SATURDAY, 8:00 - 9:30

Wearable Biosensors to Evaluate Recurrent Opioid Toxicity After Naloxone Administration: A Hilbert Transform Approach | Keerthi Kumar Chintha, Premananda Indic, Brittany Chapman, Edward Boyer, Stephanie Carreiro Low-energy Bluetooth for Detecting Real-world Penetrance of Bystander Naloxone Kits: A Pilot Study | Jeffrey Lai, Brittany Chapman, Katherine Boyle, Edward Boyer, Peter Chai

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HC 21

Security and Privacy Challenges for Healthcare Minitrack Chairs: Miloslava Plachkinova, George Grispos

HC 18

KONA 1

THURSDAY, 10:00 - 11:30

Quality and Customer Satisfaction Health Accessibility Framework using Social Media Platform | Abdulaziz Albarrak, Yan Li

THURSDAY, 4:00 - 5:30

**Understanding Users' Health Information Concerns for Health Wearables | Moritz Becker

KOHALA 3

Privacy

Physician Ratings Published on Healthcare Organizations' Websites: Are They Biased? | Nima Kordzadeh

MedDevRisk: Risk Analysis Methodology for Networked Medical Devices | Katherine Seale, Jeffrey McDonald, William Glisson, Harold Pardue, Michael Jacobs

Social Media as a Tool to Look for People with Dementia Who Become Lost: Factors That Matter | Kelvin KF Tsoi, Lingling Zhang, Nicholas Chan, Felix Chan, Hoyee Hirai, Helen Meng

Seniors' Use of Health Information Technology Minitrack Chairs: Heiko Gewald, Doug Vogel, Karoly Bozan

HC 19

KOHALA 3

User Experience (UX) in Information Systems (IS) for Health and Wellness

THURSDAY, 2:00 - 3:30

Minitrack Chairs: Rich Burkhard, Ann Fruhling, Soussan Djamasbi

Social Media and Older Adults: Understanding Cognitive Training and Social Network | Michael Milovich Jr., Debra Burleson Intervention Study on the Effect of Training and Support on Perceived Level of Patient Portal Ease of Use Among the Elderly | Karoly Bozan, David Mooney Social Media and Healthcare Technology

HC 22

KOHALA 3

SATURDAY, 8:00 - 9:30

The Use of Emoji in Electronic User Experience Questionnaire: An Exploratory Case Study | Sarah Alismail, Hengwei Zhang **10,000 Steps a Day for Health? User-based Evaluation of Wearable Activity Trackers | Aylin Ilhan, Maria Henkel

Minitrack Chairs: Beth Bock, Rochelle Rosen

HC 20

KOHALA 3

IN: Internet and the Digital Economy Co-Chairs: Alan Dennis and Dave King

THURSDAY, 8:00 - 9:30

**What Type of Engagement Predicts Success in a Facebook Weight Loss Group? | Sherry Pagoto, Molly Waring, Danielle Jake-Schoffman, Jared Goetz, Zachary Michaels, Jessica Oleski, Joseph DiVito

Crowd-based Platforms

Minitrack Chairs: Yili Hong, Bin Gu, Ni Huang IN 1

QUEEN'S 5

THURSDAY, 2:00 - 3:30

SoMe and Self Harm: The Use of Social Media in Depressed and Suicida Youth | Jennifer Lee Carey, Brittany Chapman, Peter Chai, Danielle Jake-Schoffman, Stephanie Carreiro, Nathalie Nader, Sherry Pagoto

Managing Complex Work Systems via Crowdworking Platforms: How Deutsche Bank Explores AI Trends and the Future of Banking with Jovoto | Volkmar Mrass, Christoph Peters, Jan Marco Leimeister

Tweeting Your Mental Health: an Exploration of Different Classifiers and Features with Emotional Signals in Identifying Mental Health Conditions | Xuetong Chen, Martin Sykora, Thomas Jackson, Suzanne Elayan, Fehmidah Munir

Success Factors in Title III Equity Crowdfunding in the United States | Stanislav Mamonov, Ross Malaga

Mobile Health Intervention Development Principles: Lessons from an Adolescent Cyberbullying Intervention | Megan Ranney, Sarah Pittman, Michele Ybarra, Jeff Huang, Anthony Spirito, Rochelle Rosen

Investor's Anticipation and Future Market Movement: Evidence of Self-Fulfilling Prophecy Effect from Chinese Stock Market | Yun Wan, Xiaoguang Yang

** Best Paper Nomination

Effect of Auction Design on Bidder Entry: Evidence from An Online Labor Market | Yili Hong, Benjamin Shao, Peiyu Chen, Chen Liang

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IN 2

QUEEN'S 5

THURSDAY, 4:00 - 5:30

Electronic Marketing

Minitrack Chairs: Bruce Weinberg, Ajit Kambil, Lenita Davis

Temporally Networked Cournot Platform Markets | John Pang, Pengcheng You, Minghua Chen **Exploring the Effect of Monetary Incentives on User Behavior in Online Sharing Platforms | Yixin Lu, Carol Ou, Spyros Angelopoulos Home Bias in Online Employment | Chen Liang, Yili Hong, Bin Gu Facts vs. Stories - Assessment and Conventional Signals as Predictors of Freelancers' Performance in Online Labor Markets | Christian Holthaus, Ruth Maria Stock Distributed Ledger Technology, the Blockchain Minitrack Chairs: Isabell Welpe, Liudmila Zavolokina, Helmut Krcmar, Marcus Müller

IN 3

QUEEN'S 6

A Model-driven Approach for the Description of Blockchain Business Networks | Stefan Seebacher, Maria Maleshkova **Breaking Bad: De-Anonymising Entity Types on the Bitcoin Blockchain Using Supervised Machine Learning | Mikkel Alexander Harlev, Haohua Sun Yin, Klaus Christian Langenheldt, Raghava Mukkamala, Ravi Vatrapu QUEEN'S 6

SATURDAY, 10:00 - 11:30

Cross-Organizational Workflow Management Using Blockchain Technology - Towards Applicability, Auditability, and Automation | Gilbert Fridgen, Sven Radszuwill, Nils Urbach, Lena Utz **Disrupting Industries with Blockchain: The Industry, Venture Capital Funding, and Regional Distribution of Blockchain Ventures | Maximilian Friedlmaier, Andranik Tumasjan, Isabell Welpe

Social Media Engagement: Content Strategy and Metrics Research Opportunities | Marie-Catherine Perreault, Elaine Mosconi QUEEN'S 5

SATURDAY, 10:00 - 11:30

The Value and Risk of Curated Shopping: Online Consumer's Choice | Hoon Sang Cha, Soeun You The Impact of Scarcity Messages on the Online Sales of Physical Information Goods | Stefan Cremer **Situational Factors Influencing Customers' Credit Use Online: A Behavioral Economic Approach | Ida Merete Øverby Markussen, Asle Fagerstrøm, Lars Sydnes Game System Design and the Digital Economy Minitrack Chairs: Kafui Monu, Imed Boughzala, Xi Zhang

IN 7

KONA 3

FRIDAY, 2:00 - 3:30

Heads or Tails? Network Effects on Game Purchase Behavior in The Long Tail Market | Irfan Kanat, T. S. Raghu, Ajay Vinze An Educational Adventure Game for Teaching Information Literacy and Student Engagement | Myungjae Kwak, Alex Koohang, Kevin Floyd, Anthony Choi

Dynamics of Blockchain Implementation - A Case Study from the Energy Sector | Simon Albrecht, Stefan Reichert, Jan Schmid, Jens Strüker, Dirk Neumann, Gilbert Fridgen Unveiling the Key Challenges to Achieve the Breakthrough of Blockchain: Insights from the Payments Industry | Friedrich Holotiuk, Francesco Pisani, Jürgen Moormann ** Best Paper Nomination

SATURDAY, 8:00 - 9:30

Piracy versus Netflix: Subscription Video on Demand Dissatisfaction as an Antecedent of Piracy | Janne Riekkinen

IN 6

Blockchain Technologies from the Consumers' Perspective: What Is There and Why Should Who Care? | Manuel Schlegel, Liudmila Zavolokina, Gerhard Schwabe

QUEEN'S 5

Consumer Decision Making in Multi-channel Retail: the Effects of Online Channel Media Richness and Crosschannel Integration | Yang Li, Hefu Liu, Qian Huang, Feng Yang, Matthew Lee

SATURDAY, 8:00 - 9:30

A Structured Framework to Assess the Business Application Landscape of Blockchain Technologies | Gianluca Salviotti, Leonardo Maria De Rossi, Nico Abbatemarco

IN 4

IN 5

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IN 11

Global, International, and Cross-Cultural Issues in IS Minitrack Chairs: Pnina Fichman, Edward Bernroider

IN 8

QUEEN'S 5

THURSDAY, 8:00 - 9:30

The Impact of National Culture on Mobile Commerce Adoption and Usage Intensity | Timo Mandler, Rouven Seifert, Christian-Mathias Wellbrock, Ingo Knuth, Reinhard Kunz **An Open Model for Researching the Role of Culture in Online Self-Disclosure | Christine Bauer, Katharina Sophie Schmid, Christine Strauss On the Importance of Considering Country-Specific Aspects on the Online-Market: An Example of Music Recommendation Considering Country-Specific Mainstream | Christine Bauer, Markus Schedl

IN 9

KONA 1

FRIDAY, 2:00 - 3:30

Exploring the Propagation of Fake Cyber News: An Experimental Approach | Michele Maasberg, Emmanuel Ayaburi, Charles Liu, Yoris Au CybHER: A Method for Empowering, Motivating, Educating and Anchoring Girls to a Cybersecurity Career Path | Pam Rowland, Ashley Podhradsky, Shephanie Plucker Lessons Learned from an Information Security Incident: A Practical Recommendation to Involve Employees in Information Security | Teodora Tatu, Clara Ament, Lennart Jaeger Privacy, 5G, and Economics

Minitrack Chairs: Knud Erik Skouby, Lene Sørensen, Samant Khajuria IN 12

Innovative Behavioral IS Security and Privacy Research Minitrack Chairs: Merrill Warkentin, Allen Johnston, Anthony Vance

KONA 1

KONA 1

FRIDAY, 4:00 - 5:30

**Security In The Internet Of Things - A Systematic Mapping Study | Jari Porras, Jouni Pänkäläinen, Antti Knutas, Jayden Khakurel

FRIDAY, 8:00 - 9:30

Dependent Variables in the Privacy-Related Field: A Descriptive Literature Review | Jakob Wirth

Putting a Price Tag on Personal Information - A Literature Review | Amina Wagner, Nora Wessels, Peter Buxmann, Hanna Krasnova

Perceived Control and Privacy in a Professional Cloud Environment | Michael Lang, Manuel Wiesche, Helmut Krcmar

Protecting Privacy When Releasing Search Results from Medical Document Data | Xiaobai Li, Jialun Qin

Is the Privacy Paradox a Matter of Psychological Distance? An Exploratory Study of the Privacy Paradox from a Construal Level Theory Perspective | Ruwan Bandara, Mario Fernando, Shahriar Akter

'I'm supposed to see that?' AdChoices Usability in the Mobile Environment | Stacia Garlach, Daniel Suthers

IN 10

KONA 1

Minitrack Chairs: Gabrielle Peko, Shahper Vodanovich, Valeria Sadovykh, David Sundaram

FRIDAY, 10:00 - 11:30

The Role of Rational Calculus in Controlling Individual Propensity toward Information Security Policy NonCompliance Behavior | Zhengchaun Xu, Qing Hu **Optimizing Privacy Policy Videos to Mitigate the Privacy Policy Paradox | Mark Keith, Jacob Frederickson, K. Shane Reeves, Jeffry Babb Too Crowded to Disclose! Exploring the Relationship Between Online Crowdedness and Self-Disclosure | HanByeol Stella Choi, Chanhee Kwak, Junyeong Lee, Heeseok Lee

** Best Paper Nomination

Social Shopping: The Good, the Bad, and the Ugly

IN 13

QUEEN'S 5

SATURDAY, 1:00 - 2:30

An Empirical Analysis of Repurchase Behavior in Mobile Commerce According to Different Mobile Channels | Minhyung Lee, Junyeong Lee, Chanhee Kwak, Sun-Young Yoon, Heeseok Lee Impact of Mobile Electronic Word of Mouth (EWOM) on Consumers Purchase Intentions in the Fast-Causal Restaurant Industry in Indonesia | Xiangbin Yan, Adnan Muhammad Shah, Li Zhai, Salim Khan, Syed Asad Ali Shah Carrot-or-Stick: How to Trigger the Digitalization of Local Owner Operated Retail Outlets? | Lars Bollweg, Richard Lackes, Markus Siepermann, Peter Weber

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IN 14

QUEEN'S 5

The Digital Suply Chain of the Future: Technologies, Applications and Business Models

SATURDAY, 3:00 - 4:30

**Online Retailing Channel Addition: Risk Alleviation or Risk Maker? | Lei Zhao, Huihui Chi, Wei Zhou, Yi Jiang A Real-Time Detection Algorithm for Identifying Shill Bidders in Multiple Online Auctions | Nazia Majadi, Jarrod Trevathan The Diffusions, Impacts, Adoption and Usage of ICTs upon Society

QUEEN'S 5

FRIDAY, 8:00 - 9:30

Internet Use and Online Activities in U.S. States: Geographic Disparities and Socio-economic Influences | James Pick, Avijit Sarkar, Elizabeth Parrish Understanding Benefit and Risk Framework of Fintech Adoption: Comparison of Early Adopters and Late Adopters | Hyun-Sun Ryu How to Check Out? An Empirical Exploration of Customers' Different Cognitive Processes in Retailing Context | Tapani Rinta-Kahila, Esko Penttinen, Hans-Petteri Pääsky QUEEN'S 5

QUEEN'S 6

SATURDAY, 3:00 - 4:30

Drivers of Digital Transformation in Manufacturing | Kirsten Liere-Netheler, Sven Packmohr, Kristin Vogelsang

Business Intelligence in Industry 4.0: State of the art and research opportunities | Fanny-Ève Bordeleau, Elaine Mosconi, Luis Antonio Santa-Eulalia

Information and Communication Technology Use Continuance Behavioral Intention: Differential Effect Based on Socio-economic Status | Bangaly Kaba

IN 16

IN 17

**Chains in Chains - Logic and Challenges of Blockchains in Supply Chains | Giulia Baruffaldi, Henrik Sternberg

Minitrack Chairs: Jyoti Choudrie, Sherah Kurnia, Shahper Vodanovich

IN 15

Minitrack Chairs: Alexander Pflaum, Günter Prockl, Freimut Bodendorf, Haozhe Chen

FRIDAY, 10:00 - 11:30

How Do IT-related Traits Drive the Internet Use of Mature Adults? The Interplay of Curiosity and Control | Robert Rockmann, Heiko Gewald Understanding the Determinants of Cloud Computing Adoption for High Performance Computing | Theo Lynn, Xiaoning Liang, Anna Gourinovitch, John Morrison, Grace Fox, Pierangelo Rosati The Impacts of Requested Permission on Mobile App Adoption: The Insights Based on an Experiment in Taiwan | Hsiangchu Lai, Jack Shih-Chieh Hsu, Min-Xun Wu **Job Seekers' Acceptance of Job Recommender Systems: Results of an Empirical Study | Sven Laumer, Fabian Gubler, Christian Maier, Tim Weitzel

Truth and Lies: Deception and Cognition on the Internet Minitrack Chairs: Randall Minas, Alan Dennis

IN 18

WAIKOLOA 2

THURSDAY, 8:00 - 9:30

**Says Who?: How News Presentation Format Influences Perceived Believability and the Engagement Level of Social Media Users | Antino Kim, Alan Dennis Disruption and Deception in Crowdsourcing: Towards a Crowdsourcing Risk Framework | Agnieszka Onuchowska, Gert-Jan de Vreede Combating Fake News: An Investigation of Information Verification Behaviors on Social Networking Sites | Russell Torres, Natalie Gerhart, Arash Negahban A Tale of Two Internet News Platforms-Real vs. Fake: An Elaboration Likelihood Model Perspective | Babajide Osatuyi, Jerald Hughes Wearable Technology and the Internet of Everything Minitrack Chairs: Jan Kietzmann, Leyland Pitt, Ian McCarthy, Hope Schau

IN 19

QUEEN'S 5

THURSDAY, 10:00 - 11:30

Dynamic Capabilities Related Implementation Skills for Internet of Things Solutions in the Digital Economy | Mashood Ahmad, Marcel Papert, Alexander Pflaum **FlexiWall - The Design and Development of a Prototype System that Integrates Internet of Things (IoT) Technologies, Architecture and Mobile Interaction | Mikael Wiberg Application of Brain Switch Control to Daily Life | Wei-Yen Hsu, Nai-En Chang Panel Discussion | Karen Robson, Leyland Pitt, David Hannah, Hope Schau

** Best Paper Nomination

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KS: Knowledge Innovation and Entrepreneurial Systems Co-Chairs: Murray Jennex and Dave Croasdell

Entrepreneurship and Knowledge Management Minitrack Chairs: Katia Passerini, Michael Bartolacci

KS 5

Analytics in Support of Continuous Knowledge Creation Minitrack Chairs: Ronald Freeze, Rhonda Syler

KS 1

KING'S 3

THURSDAY, 8:00 - 9:30

Analytics in the Pursuit of Knowledge: Adapting the Knowledge Pyramid | Ronald Freeze Creation and Appropriation of Knowledge Systems

Minitrack Chairs: Stefan Smolnik, Pierre Hadaya, W. David Holford KS 2

KING'S 3

THURSDAY, 2:00 - 3:30

Analyzing the Influence of Gender Stereotypes and Social Norms on Female IT Entrepreneurial Intention in Saudi Arabia | Daniel Chandran, Asma Aleidi Internalization among Technology Entrepreneurs: Looking to the Future While Grounded in the Past | Cesar Bandera, Fazel Keshtkar, Katia Passerini Knowledge and Innovation Management in the Age of Complexity

Knowledge Blockchains: Applying Blockchain Technologies to Enterprise Modeling | Hans-Georg Fill, Felix Haerer

KS 3

KING'S 3

THURSDAY, 4:00 - 5:30

Knowing and Designing: Understanding Information Use in Open Source Design Through the Lens of Information Archetypes | Kevin Lumbard, Ammar Abid, Christine Toh, Matt Germonprez

Minitrack Chairs: Marianne Gloet, Danny Samson

KS 6

WAIKOLOA 3

FRIDAY, 2:00 - 3:30

**"Deliberated Intuition for Groups": An Explanatory Model for Crowd Predictions in the Domain of Stock-Price Forecasting | Tobias Endress, Tony Gear Given Enough Eyeballs, all Bugs are Shallow - A Literature Review for the Use of Crowdsourcing in Software Testing | Niklas Leicht Managing Complex Work Systems via Crowdworking Platforms: The Case of Hamburger Hochbahn and Phantominds | Volkmar Mrass, Christoph Peters, Jan Marco Leimeister ** Best Paper Nomination

THURSDAY, 10:00 - 11:30

Enabling Innovation Champions in Organizations - Results of a Systematic Literature Analysis | Victoria Reibenspiess, Katharina Drechsler, Andreas Eckhardt, Heinz-Theo Wagner The Role of Knowledge Management in Innovative Supply Chain Design | Marianne Gloet, Danny Samson Knowledge Economics

Minitrack Chairs: Carsten Brockmann, Narcyz Roztocki KS 7

KING'S 3

FRIDAY, 4:00 - 5:30

**Digitalisation and Enterprise Knowledge (net)Working | Gergana Vladova, André Ullrich, Julian Bahrs, Benedict Bender

Minitrack Chairs: John Prpić, Jan Kietzmann KS 4

KING'S 3

Open Innovation in Libraries | Maria Henkel, Aylin Ilhan, Agnes Mainka, Wolfgang Stock

It's Just Emotion Taking Me Over: Investigating the Role of Emotions in Knowledge Management Research | Olivia Hornung, Stefan Smolnik Crowd Science

FRIDAY, 2:00 - 3:30

A Qualitative Evaluation of IoT-driven eHealth: Knowledge Management, Business Models and Opportunities, Deployment and Evolution | Izabella Lokshina, Cees Lanting

You'll Be Surprised - Digital Business Strategy as Driver of Organizational Innovativeness | Nico Wunderlich, Roman Beck

A Proposal for Deploying Hybrid Knowledge Bases: the ADOxxto-GraphDB Interoperability Case | Dimitris Karagiannis, Robert Andrei Buchmann

KING'S 3

Understanding Shared Familiarity and Team Performance through Network Analytics | Alberto Espinosa, Mark Clark, Dorothy Carter Innovating Beyond the Fuzzy Front End: How to Use Reward-Based Crowdfunding to Co-create with Customers | Nikolaus Lipusch, Dominik Dellermann, Sarah Oeste-Reiß, Philipp Ebel

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Knowledge Flows, Transfer, Sharing, and Exchange

Knowledge Management and Strategic Planning

Minitrack Chairs: K. D. Joshi, Lynne Cooper, Nathan Johnson

KS 8

KING'S 3

Minitrack Chairs: Alexander Kaiser, Markus Peschl, Jan Mendling

FRIDAY, 8:00 - 9:30

KS 11

Designing Technology to Overcome the Lack of Transmission of HPV Facts: Step One - A Theory of the Problem | Hind Bitar, Terry Ryan

KS 9

KING'S 3

FRIDAY, 10:00 - 11:30

Exploratory Key Nodes in the Inventor-author Knowledge Diffusion Network | Guijie Zhang, Fangfang Wei, Zhen Shao Co-membership, Networks Ties, and OSS Success: An Investigation Controlling for Alternative Mechanisms for Knowledge Flow | Gang Peng, Feng (George) Yu, Yiqun Peng Where Affinity Meets Practice: Emerging Communities of Practice to Meet the Needs of Korean IT Professionals | Ada Kim, Hala Annabi

Knowledge Society, Culture, and Knowledge Systems Minitrack Chairs: Minna Rollins, Nilmini Wickramasinghe, Mika Gabrielsson

KS 12

KS 10

KING'S 3

Don't Want to Get Caught? Don't Say It: The Use of EMOJIS in Online Human Sex Trafficking Ads | Jessica Whitney, Murray Jennex, Aaron Elkins, Eric Frost Cyber Clinics: Re-imagining Cyber Security Awareness | David Croasdell, James Elste, Adrienne Hill

SATURDAY, 1:00 - 2:30

Effects of Social Media Usage on the Speed of International Growth of an International New Venture | Sara Fraccastoro, Mika Gabrielsson Agricultural Knowledge Management System Development for Knowledge Integration | Dejen Alemu, Murray Jennex, Temtem Assefa Organizational Learning Minitrack Chair: Julee Hafner

KS 13

SATURDAY, 8:00 - 9:30

KING'S 3

Market Knowledge and Dynamic Capabilities in Creating Competitive Advantage in an International New Venture | Anders Pehrsson, Minna Rollins

Knowledge Management and Information Security Minitrack Chairs: Alexandra Durcikova, Murray Jennex

THURSDAY, 8:00 - 9:30

Identifying Knowledge Enablers in Organizational Visions: A Synthesis of Theory and Practice | Florian Kragulj, Alexander Kaiser, Thomas Grisold

**Data Analytics and Knowledge Integration Mechanisms: The Role of Social Interactions in Innovation Management | Giorgi Shuradze, Heinz-Theo Wagner Knowledge Flows in the Form of Entanglement and 'Cuts': An Agential Realist Perspective on Knowledge Construction Phenomena within an Aircraft Engine Manufacturing Workplace | W. David Holford

KING'S 3

KING'S 3

SATURDAY, 3:00 - 4:30

Influence of Data Analysis, Entrepreneurial and Business Skills on Information Technology Firms: A Dynamic Capabilities Approach | Michail Giannakos, Patrick Mikalef, Ilias Pappas ERP Knowledge: Enhancing Program Growth for Workforce Impact | Ronald Freeze, Susan Bristow "Do I Want to Have Losers In My Team?" - A Quantitative Study of Learning from IT Project Failure | Christoph Pflügler, Thorsten Malzer, Tamara Jäschke, Manuel Wiesche, Helmut Krcmar Transforming Temporary Organizations to Permanence: Examining the Role of Information Systems | Gaurav Gupta, Indranil Bose

** Best Paper Nomination

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Reports from the Field

Minitrack Chairs: Julee Hafner, Vincent Scovetta KS 14

KING'S 3

SATURDAY, 10:00 - 11:30

Towards a Conceptual Framework for Persistent Use: A Technical Plan to Achieve Semantic Interoperability within Electronic Health Record Systems | Shellon Blackman-Lees

KOHALA 4

FRIDAY, 4:00 - 5:30

Design of mobile application for self-reporting affective experiences | Jari Jussila, Virpi Sillanpää, Nina Helander, Vilma Vuori, Mika Boedeker, Jari Liukkonen, Kari Suoja, Alberto Felicetti, Cinzia Raso Living Labs: A Bibliometric Analysis | Shane McLoughlin, Giovanni Maccani, David Prendergast, Brian Donnellan

How to Discover Knowledge for Improving Availability in the Manufacturing Domain? | Fabian Utz, Christian Neumann, Omid Tafreschi

Blockchain and Fintech

Minitrack Chairs: Marinos Themistocleous, Vincenzo Morabito, Paulo Rupino da Cunha OS 3

QUEEN'S 6

SATURDAY, 1:00 - 2:30

**Towards a Prioritization of Needs to Support Decision Making in Organizational Change Processes | Alexander Kaiser, Florian Fahrenbach, Florian Kragulj, Thomas Grisold

Blockchain Technology in Business Organizations: A Scoping Review | Yang Li, Thierry Marier-Bienvenue, Alexis Perron-Brault, Xinyi Wang, Guy Paré

Understanding Knowledge Flow Dynamics during the Pre-implementation Phase of an Enterprise Resource Planning Project | Lina Lo

Tribal Governance: The Business of Blockchain Authentication | Gianluca Miscione, Rafael Ziolkowski, Liudmila Zavolokina, Gerhard Schwabe

Research Data and Knowledge Systems Minitrack Chairs : Stefan Stieglitz, Raimund Vogl, Dominik Rudolph

KS 15

KING'S 3

Data Analytics Management, Governance, and Compliance

THURSDAY, 08:00 - 09:30

Minitrack Chairs: Michael Goul, Zhongju Zhang

Do Researchers Dream of Research Data Management? | Konstantin Wilms, Stefan Stieglitz, Alina Buchholz, Raimund Vogl, Dominik Rudolph OS: Organizational Systems and Technology Co-Chairs: Hugh Watson and Dorothy Leidner Minitrack Chairs: Tuure Tuunanen, Richard Baskerville, Roman Beck KOHALA 4

OS 4

FRIDAY, 2:00 - 3:30

**How to Include Humanoid Robots into Experimental Research: A Multi-Step Approach | Nadine Homburg

THURSDAY, 4:00 - 5:30

Privacy Preserving Network Security Data Analytics: Architectures and System Design | Mark DeYoung, Philip Kobezak, David Raymond, Randy Marchany, Joseph Tront

Towards Ethical Big Data Artifacts: A Conceptual Design | Olgerta Tona, Ida Asadi Someh, Kaveh Mohajeri, Graeme Shanks, Michael Davern, Sven Carlsson, Miranda Kajtazi

Portraying Design Essence | Leona Chandra Kruse, Jeffrey Nickerson In Search of a Cure for a Psychosis in Information Systems Design: Co-created Design and Metaphorical Appreciation | Leslie Waguespack, Jeffry Babb, David Yates ** Best Paper Nomination

KONA 2

**Catching the Banksters: The Use of Big Data Analytics in Billion Dollar Regulatory Investigations | Daniel Gozman, Wendy Currie, Jonathan Seddon

Advances in Design Science Research

OS 1

Apply Blockchain Technology to Electric Vehicle Battery Refueling | Song Hua, Ence Zhou, Bingfeng Pi, Jun Sun, Yoshihide Nomura, Hidetoshi Kurihara

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OS 8

Minitrack Chairs: Nicholas Berente, Kalle Lyytinen, Youngjin Yoo OS 5

KOHALA 4

THURSDAY, 2:00 - 3:30

**Role of CDOs in the Digital Transformation of SMEs and LSEs. An Empirical Analysis. | Wolfgang Becker, Oliver Schmid, Tim Botzkowski A Multi-case Study on Industry 4.0 for SME's in Brandenburg, Germany | Mayur Andulkar, Duc Tho Le, Ulrich Berger Legitimate Peripheral Participation in Hybrid FOSS Community Innovation | Susan Gasson, Michelle Purcell OS 6

KOHALA 4

THURSDAY, 4:00 - 5:30

KOHALA 4

FRIDAY, 10:00 - 11:30

A Modelling Technique for Enterprise Agility | Joshua Chibuike Nwokeji, Faisal Aqlan, Tony Clark, Balbir Barn, Vinay Kulkarni Connected Enterprise Meets Connected Customer - A Design Approach | Marcus Fischer, Florian Imgrund, Gregor Friedrich-Baasner, Christian Janiesch, Axel Winkelmann A Reference Model-driven Architecture Linking Business Processes and Services | Andrea Delgado, Francisco Ruiz, Ignacio García-Rodríguez de Guzmán Enterprise System Integration: Issues and Answers Minitrack Chairs: Marinos Themistocleous, Gail Corbitt, Pamela Schmidt

Digital Service Platform Evolution: How Spotify Leveraged Boundary Resources to Become a Global Leader in Music Streaming | Daniel Skog, Henrik Wimelius, Johan Sandberg Genetic Platforms and Their Commercialization: Three Tales of Digital Entrepreneurship | Sirkka Jarvenpaa, M. Lynne Markus Collaborative Service Blueprinting for Design Thinking: Evaluation of a Digital Prototype | Tobias Potthoff, Dominik Siemon, Konstantin Wilms, Sascha Möser, Marco Hellmann, Stefan Stieglitz, Susanne Robra-Bissantz

OS 9

KOHALA 3

SATURDAY, 3:00 - 4:30

Identifying the Critical Success Factors for Customized ERP System Implementations in SMEs | Jeroen Wolters, U. Yeliz Eseryel, Deniz Eseryel

Low

Instantiations of an ERP Implementation Methodology: A Critical Realist Case Study | Daniela Mihailescu, Marius Mihailescu, Sven Carlsson

Digital Innovation as Design of Digital Practice: Doctors as Designers in Healthcare | Mark Aakhus, Pär Ågerfalk, Fredrik Lennmyr

Cloud Computing in SMEs: A Qualitative Approach to Identify and Evaluate Influential Factors | Gregor Friedrich-Baasner, Marcus Fischer, Axel Winkelmann

Enterprise Architecture and Business Processes Analysis

Contractual and Relational Governance, ICT Skills and Organization Adaptations, and Cloud Computing Benefits | Euripidis Loukis, Niki Kyriakou

Minitrack Chairs: Frank Armour, Steve Kaisler

OS 7

KOHALA 4

FRIDAY, 8:00 - 9:30

Information Security and Privacy

Minitrack Chairs: Tung Bui, Eric Clemons, Kevin Streff

**Business Capability Maps: Current Practices and Use Cases for Enterprise Architecture Management | Pouya Aleatrati Khosroshahi, Matheus Hauder, Stefan Volkert, Florian Matthes, Martin Gernegroß How to Decompress the Pressure - The Moderating Effect of IT Flexibility on the Negative Impact of Governmental Pressure on Business Agility | Andreas Reitz, Christian Jentsch, Daniel Beimborn A Primer on NoSQL Databases for Enterprise Architects: The CAP Theorem and Transparent Data Access with MongoDB and Cassandra | Fumbeya Marungo

** Best Paper Nomination

OS 10

KONA 1

THURSDAY, 8:00 - 9:30

Information Security Awareness: Literature Review and Integrative Framework | Lennart Jaeger A Policy Framework for Subject-Driven Data Sharing | Mohammad Jabed Morshed Chowdhury, Alan Colman, Jun Han, Muhammad Ashad Kabir Internalization of Information Security Policy and Information Security Practice: A Comparison with Compliance | Minjung Park, Sangmi Chai

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CYBERSECURITY WILL CHANGE THE FUTURE OF COMPUTING

• Symposium: January 3 | 1PM-2:15PM | Kona 1 (Page 33) • Interaction with academics: January 4 | 2:45PM-3:30PM | Kona 1 (Page 62) OS 11

KONA 1

IT and Project Management

THURSDAY, 10:00 - 11:30

Web Tracking - A Literature Review on the State of Research | Tatiana Ermakova, Benjamin Fabian, Benedict Bender, Kerstin Klimek Host Inventory Controls and Systems Survey: Evaluating the CIS Critical Security Control One in Higher Education Networks |Philip Kobezak, Randy Marchany, David Raymond, Joseph Tront Crowdsourcing Privacy Design Critique: An Empirical Evaluation of Framing Effects | Oshrat Ayalon, Eran Toch OS 12

KONA 1

THURSDAY, 2:00 - 3:30

**Future Prospects of Cyber Security in Manufacturing: Findings from a Delphi Study | Katariina Kannus, Ilona Ilvonen Should You Disclose a Data Breach via Social Media? Evidence from US Listed Companies | Pierangelo Rosati, Peter Deeney, Mark Cummins, Lisa van der Werff, Theo Lynn Panel: Future Direction for Research

Minitrack Chairs: Joseph Weiss, Jacky Swan OS 14

A Socio-Technical Model for Project-Based Executive IT Governance | Kris Murphy, Kalle Lyytinen, Toni Somers Antecedents and Consequences of Time Pressure in Scrum Projects: Insights from a Qualitative Study | Stefan Linßen, Dirk Basten, Janek Richter OS 15

KONA 5

THURSDAY, 10:00 - 11:30

Virtuoso Project Teams: Beyond High Performance, a Study of the Teaming Success of the Motorola Satellite Communications System IRIDIUM® Program | Elaine Alexander The Evolution of IS Projects in Manufacturing Industries: The Case of Product Lifecycle Management | Manuel Holler, Falk Uebernickel, Walter Brenner IT Governance and its Mechanisms

Minitrack Chairs: Wim Van Grembergen, Steven De Haes

Minitrack Chairs: Samuli Pekkola, Tero Päivärinta WAIKOLOA 2

THURSDAY, 8:00 - 9:30

Do As You Want Or Do As You Are Told? Control vs. Autonomy in Agile Software Development Teams | Tim Dreesen, Thomas Schmid

Information Systems Success and Benefits Realization OS 13

KONA 5

OS 16

THURSDAY, 2:00 - 3:30

From Strategic Intent to Implementation: How Information Technology Initiatives Take Shape in Organizations | Deepak Khazanchi, Dawn Owens

KONA 5

THURSDAY, 2:00 - 3:30

**Using the Viable System Model to Study IT Governance Dynamics: Evidence from a Single Case Study | Tim Huygh, Steven De Haes

Searching Success in a Successful IS Acquisition | Maija Ylinen, Samuli Pekkola

Motivating CIO Advice Networking to Improve Firm Performance | Jeffrey Pittaway, Hamed Qahri-Saremi, Ali Reza Montazemi

There Is Still No "Fit for All" IS Development Method: Business Development Context and IS Development Characteristics Need to Match | Tomi Dahlberg, Altti Lagstedt

The Complementarity of Corporate IT Alignment and Business Unit IT Alignment: An Analysis of Their Joint Effects on Business Unit Performance | Magno Queiroz, Tim Coltman, Paul Tallon, Rajeev Sharma, Peter Reynolds

** Best Paper Nomination

Information Governance in the Big Data Era: Aligning Organizational Capabilities | Patrick Mikalef, John Krogstie, Rogier van de Wetering, Ilias Pappas, Michail Giannakos

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KONA 5

THURSDAY, 4:00 - 5:30

Organizational Issues of Business Intelligence, Business Analytics and Big Data

An Empirical Assessment of Shared Understanding in IT Governance Implementation | Anant Joshi, Tim Huygh, Steven De Haes, Wim Van Grembergen IT Governance Mechanisms for DevOps Teams - How Incumbent Companies Achieve Competitive Advantages | Anna Wiedemann How Does the Organizational Culture of Collaborative Networks Influence IT Governance Performance in a Large Organization? | Parisa Aasi, Lazar Rusu, Dorothy Leidner, Erik Perjons, Martha Corrales Estrada Managing Platforms and Ecosystems KONA 5

OS 20

KONA 2

THURSDAY, 2:00 - 3:30

Organizational Data and Analytics Contracting in Smart City Fog Computing Platforms | Michael Goul, Vineet Mishra, Divyesh Dnyanmothe Doing Good with Data: Development of a Maturity Model for Data Literacy in Non-governmental Organizations | Helena Sternkopf, Roland M. Mueller Implementation Challenges of Self Service Business Intelligence: A Literature Review | Christian Lennerholt, Joeri van Laere, Eva Söderström

Minitrack Chairs: Kaisa Still, Rahul Basole, Martha Russell OS 18

Minitrack Chairs: Olivera Marjanovic, Barbara Dinter, Thilini Ariyachandra

FRIDAY, 8:00 - 9:30

Practice-based IS Research

**Enabling the Mapping of Internet of Things Ecosystem Business Models through Roles and Activities in Value Cocreation | Heini Ikävalko, Petra Turkama, Anssi Smedlund

Minitrack Chairs: Dorothy Leidner, Ester Gonzalez, Bill Kettinger, Michael Milovich OS 21

**Visualizing Ecosystems of Hype | Rahul Basole

WAIKOLOA 2

SATURDAY, 1:00 - 2:30

Complementor-side Ecology and its Implications on Platform Strategy | Sungho Lee, Sung Joo Bae, Mooweon Rhee, Minah Park

**Hunch Mining: Intuition Augmented with Cognitive Computing, Analytics, and Artificial Intelligence | Jim Nelson, Terry Clark, Ian Stewart

Could Nearby Pokéstops Improve Restaurants' Online Reputation? | Yuan Zhang, Jie Zhang

Visibility of Work: How Digitalization Changes the Workplace | Hanna Timonen, Johanna Vuori

OS 19

KONA 5

FRIDAY, 10:00 - 11:30

University-Industry Programs as Platforms: A Case Study of Multi-Disciplinary Collaborative Network Development | Arash Hajikhani, Martha Russell, Karina Alexanyan, Erin Young, Jason Wilmot

An Exploratory Study of Current Information Security Training and Awareness Practices in Organizations | Moneer Alshaikh, Sean Maynard, Atif Ahmad, Shanton Chang Social-Technical Issues in Organizational Information Technologies

Charting the Emerging Financial Services Ecosystem of Fintechs and Banks: Six Types of Data-Driven Business Models in the Fintech Sector | Julian Schmidt, Paul Drews, Ingrid Schirmer

Minitrack Chairs: Michael Knight, Dragos Vieru, Dawn Medlin OS 22

QUEEN'S 5

FRIDAY, 2:00 - 3:30

Designing Data Governance in Platform Ecosystems | Sung Une Lee, Liming Zhu, Ross Jeffery

**Recruiting Women in IT: A Conjoint-Analysis Approach | Marvin Schuth, Prisca Brosi, Isabell Welpe

Introducing Platform Interactions Model for Studying Multi-Sided Platforms | Kalina Staykova, Jan Damsgaard

When Competence Matters - Professionals with Disabilities in the ICT Sector | Jukka Mononen, Eija Häyrynen, Raija Halonen Design Recommendations for Web-based Career Guidance Platforms - Let Young Women Experience IT Careers! | Ute Paukstadt, Katrin Bergener, Jörg Becker, Valerie Dahl, Cornelia Denz, Inga Zeisberg

** Best Paper Nomination

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OS 23

QUEEN'S 5

FRIDAY, 4:00 - 5:30

OS 27

What is Digital Organizational Culture? Insights from Exploratory Case Studies | Sebastian Duerr, Friedrich Holotiuk, Heinz-Theo Wagner, Daniel Beimborn, Tim Weitzel Role of IT Management and the Dynamics Behind IT Business Value Creation - A Longitudinal Assessment | Tomi Dahlberg, Hannu Kivijärvi Are Women Affinity Groups Enough to Solve the Retention Problem of Women in the IT Workforce? | Hala Annabi, Mina Tari

KONA 5

SATURDAY, 8:00 - 9:30

Vanishing Borders in the Internet Age: The Income Elasticity of the Supply of Foreign Labor in Virtual versus Physical Markets | Jing Gong, Yili Hong, Alejandro Zentner A Poisoned Chalice: Impact of Introducing a Store on Social Media Fan Pages on Customer Engagement and Product Sales | Shuting Ada Wang, Sunil Wattal **When Old Meets New: Wholesale and Agency Models in the Market for Printed and Electronic Books | Antino Kim OS 25

KONA 5

Panel Debate: Contrasting Views of the Road Ahead for Research on Information, Strategy and Society | Thomas Weber, Eric Clemons, Paul Pavlou, Hugh Watson The Dark Side of Information Technology

Minitrack Chairs: Ofir Turel, Amr Soror, Zach Steelman

SATURDAY, 10:00 - 11:30

Pay-per-download or Freemium: Revenue Models in a Competitive Mobile App Market | Xiaoxiao Luo, Jie Zhang Security Circumvention: To Educate or To Enforce? | Debabrata Dey, Abhijeet Ghoshal, Atanu Lahiri

KONA 5

**"Do You Plead Connected?" - Understanding How Lawyers Deal With Constant Connectivity | Mauro Reto Gruber, Christina Sarigianni, Manfred Geiger, Ulrich Remus OS 29

WAIKOLOA 2

SATURDAY, 10:00 - 11:30

Personality Predictors of IT Addiction | Isaac Vaghefi, Hamed Qahri-Saremi Investigating Malware Epidemiology and Exploitation Using Algorithmic Ethnography | Paul Watters

SATURDAY, 1:00 - 2:30

Corporate Knows Best (Maybe): The Impact of Global versus Local IT Capabilities on Business Unit Agility | Magno Queiroz, Paul Tallon, Tim Coltman, Rajeev Sharma On the Economies of Scale and Budget Allocations in Information Technology Services Provision | Sunil Mithas, Kunsoo Han, M.S. Krishnan

** Best Paper Nomination

SATURDAY, 8:00 - 9:30

How Do You Handle It? An Investigation of Facebook Affordances and Envy | Linda Wallace, Merrill Warkentin, Izak Benbasat

The Dynamics of Asset Sharing and Private Use | Thomas Weber OS 26

WAIKOLOA 2

Consequences of Discontinuing Knowledge Work Automation - Surfacing of Deskilling Effects and Methods of Recovery | Tapani Rinta-Kahila, Esko Penttinen, Antti Salovaara, Wael Soliman

Minitrack Chairs: Robert Kauffman, Thomas Weber, Eric Clemons, Rajiv Dewan

OS 24

SATURDAY, 3:00 - 4:30

The Future of Academic MIS Research: From Information Systems Economics to Innovative Business Models, Social Impacts, Public Policy, Regulation, and the Law | Eric Clemons, Josh Wilson

OS 28

Strategy, Information, Technology, Economics, and Society (SITES)

KONA 5

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Trust, Identity, and Trusted Systems in Digital Environments

Theory and Information Systems Minitrack Chairs: Dirk Hovorka, Kai Larsen

Minitrack Chairs: Sirkka Jarvenpaa, Robin Teigland OS 30

KOHALA 4

SATURDAY, 10:00 - 11:30

Extracting Causal Claims from Information Systems Papers with Natural Language Processing for Theory Ontology Learning | Roland Mueller, Sebastian Huettemann Information Processing and Demand Response Systems Effectiveness: A Conceptual Study | Silpa Sangeeth L.R., Saji Mathew Action-Structure Paradox in a Strategic Information System Change Process | Taru Salmimaa Topics in Organizational Systems and Technology Minitrack Chairs: Mark Frolick, Kelly Rainer, Jim Ryan

OS 31

KONA 5

FRIDAY, 2:00 - 3:30

Informed Systems: To Advance Organizational Capacity and Co-Worker Capability | Mary Somerville, Anita Mirijamdotter, Christine Bruce, Niraj Chaudhary, Sadaf Salavati Answering Key Global IT Management Concerns Through IT Governance and Management Processes: A COBIT 5 View | Tim Huygh, Steven De Haes, Anant Joshi, Wim Van Grembergen Sharpening the Ethnographer's Toolkit: Introducing the Freelist Method to Information Systems Research | Christopher Califf, Tyler Stumpf OS 32

KONA 5



FRIDAY, 4:00 - 5:30

Regulating Online Privacy: Some Policy Guidelines, Including Guidelines for International Harmonization | Eric Clemons, Jordyn Banattar Ethical Implications of Bias in Machine Learning | Adrienne Yapo, Joseph Weiss Your Smartphone, my Smartphone - How Smartphone Ownership Determines Social Group Affiliation | Sören Diel, Christoph Buck, Torsten Eymann

** Best Paper Nomination

OS 33

WAIKOLOA 2

THURSDAY, 10:00 - 11:30

Trustworthiness Perceptions of Computer Code: A Heuristic-Systematic Processing Model | Gene Alarcon, Tyler Ryan Towards a Framework of Trust Determinants in People and Cognitive Assistants Interactions | Md. Abul Kalam Siddike, Youji Kohda Trust and Distrust in Two-sided Markets: An Example in the Sharing Economy | Christoph Mittendorf Understanding the Intention to Trust Product Information and Certifications to Promote Sustainable Consumption: Applying the Theory of Planned Behavior | Djoko Sayogo, Jing Zhang, Sergio Picazo-Vela, Babak Bahaddin, Luis Luna-Reyes ST: Software Technology Co-Chairs: Gul Agha and Rick Kazman Agile and Lean: Organizations, Products and Development Minitrack Chairs: John Tripp, Jeff Saltz, Daniel Turk

ST 1

QUEEN'S 6

THURSDAY, 8:00 - 9:30

Towards Measuring the Agility of Software Business | Hanna Kinnunen, Eetu Luoma Antecedents of Preference for Agile Methods: A Project Manager Perspective | David Bishop, Pam Rowland, Cherie Noteboom Scrum in Practice: An Overview of Scrum Adaptations | Michal Hron, Nikolaus Obwegeser Towards an Agile Reference Architecture Method for Information Systems | Eric Souza, Ana Moreira, Fernando Wanderley

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QUEEN'S 6

Cyber-Assurance for Internet of Things and Fog Computing Architectures

THURSDAY, 10:00 - 11:30

Thoughts on Current and Future Research on Agile and Lean: Ensuring Relevance and Rigor | Jeff Saltz, John Tripp, Dan Turk

Minitrack Chairs: Tyson Brooks, Shiu-Kai Chin, Erich Devendorf

A Wheelbarrow Full of Frogs: Understanding Portfolio Management for Agile Projects | Isabelle Smeekes, Hans Borgman, Hauke Heier

Addressing Operator Privacy in Automatic Dependent Surveillance - Broadcast (ADS-B) | Ryan Gauthier, Remzi Seker

**Subgroups in Agile and Traditional IT Project Teams | Christoph Pflügler, Manuel Wiesche, Helmut Krcmar

ST 5

Cyber-of-Things: Cyber Crimes, Cyber Security and Cyber Forensics

Minitrack Chairs: Luanne Burns Chamberlain, Thomas Llanso, Richard George KONA 1

SATURDAY, 3:00 - 4:30

**Securing Wearables through the Creation of a Personal Fog | Charles Walter, Ian Riley, Rose Gamble

Cybersecurity and Software Assurance

ST 3

KONA 1

Minitrack Chairs: William Glisson, Kim-Kwang Raymond Choo

SATURDAY, 8:00 - 9:30

ST 6

Secure Data Communication via Lingual Transformation | Jeffrey Johnson, Robert Houghton, Thomas Hilton, Kwok Fai Cheah **An Empirical Study of Security Issues Posted in Open Source Projects | Mansooreh Zahedi, Muhammad Ali Babar, Christoph Treude

KONA 1

SATURDAY, 1:00 - 2:30

On the Effectiveness of Hardware Enforced Control Flow Integrity | Austin Gadient A Novel Method to Enhance ISSP Compliant: An Approach Drawing upon the Concept of Empowerment in ERM System Workflow | Soohyun Jeon, Zeelim-Hovav Anat

Estimating Software Vulnerability Counts in the Context of Cyber Risk Assessments | Thomas Llanso, Martha McNeil

Short-Term and Long-Term Solutions for Secure Verification of Aircraft- Reported ADS-B Location in Air Traffic Networks | Nikki Manuel, Depeng Li

Cyber Threat Intelligence and Analytics

Frontiers in AI and Software Engineering Minitrack Chair: Tim Menzies

Minitrack Chairs: Kim-Kwang Raymond Choo, Ali Dehghantanha ST 4

KONA 1

ST 7

SATURDAY, 10:00 - 11:30

**Techniques to Improve Stable Distribution Modeling of Network Traffic | Chad Bollmann, Murali Tummala, John McEachen, Jim Scrofani, Mark Kragh A Novel Hybrid Authentication Model for Geo Location Oriented Routing in Dynamic Wireless Mesh Networks | Ashish Nanda, Priyadarsi Nanda, Xiangjian He, Aruna Jamdagni, Deepak Puthal A SPL Framework for Adaptive Deception-based Defense | Cristiano De Faveri, Ana Moreira

QUEEN'S 6

FRIDAY, 4:00 - 5:30

**Learn or Earn? - Intelligent Task Recommendation for Competitive Crowdsourced Software Development | Muhammad Rezaul Karim, Ye Yang, David Messinger, Guenther Ruhe Please ... . Draw me a Software Engineer | Nicolas Guelfi Performance Characterization of State-Of-The-Art Deep Learning Workloads on an IBM "Minsky" Platform | Mauricio Guignard, Marcelo Schild, Carlos Bederián, Nicolás Wolovick, Augusto Vega Of Cyborg Developers and Big Brother Programming AI | Carol Alexandru, Harald Gall

** Best Paper Nomination

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ST 12

IS Risk and Decision-Making Minitrack Chairs: Dan Port, Joel Wilf

ST 8

WAIKOLOA 3

SATURDAY, 10:00 - 11:30

Assessing the Risk of an Adaptation using Prior Compliance Verification | Allen Marshall, Sharmin Jahan, Rose Gamble Metrics, Models, and Simulation for Cyber-Physical Systems

Minitrack Chairs: Barry Charles Ezell, Luanne Burns Chamberlain ST 9

WAIKOLOA 3

**Evaluating a Graphical Model-Driven Approach to Codeless Business App Development | Christoph Rieger Progressive Web Apps: the Definite Approach to Cross-Platform Development? | Tim Majchrzak, Andreas Biørn-Hansen, Tor-Morten Grønli Software Product Lines: Engineering, Services, and Management Minitrack Chairs: Timo Käkölä, Andrea Leitner

Analyzing the Instability of the Core Components of Software Projects | Lerina Aversano, Daniela Guarda, Maria Tortorella

ST 13

Turning Smart: Challenges and Experiences in Smart Application Development

SATURDAY, 3:00 - 4:30

Minitrack Chairs: Peter Salhofer, Sandra Gesing, Charlie Catlett

**On Software Standards and Solutions for a Trusted Internet of Things | David Maher Drivers vs. Inhibitors - What Clinches Continuous Service Certification Adoption by Cloud Service Providers? | Heiner Teigeler, Sebastian Lins, Ali Sunyaev Software Development for Mobile Devices, Wearables, and the Internet-of-Things Minitrack Chairs: Tim Majchrzak, Tor-Morten Grønli

ST 11

QUEEN'S 6

THURSDAY, 2:00 - 3:30

Metamorphic Testing of Navigation Software: A Pilot Study with Google Maps | Joshua Brown, Zhi Quan Zhou, Yang-Wai Chow A Language-based Approach for Interoperability of IoT Platforms | Maurizio Gabbrielli, Saverio Giallorenzo, Ivan Lanese, Stefano Pio Zingaro

ST 14

QUEEN'S 6

FRIDAY, 2:00 - 3:30

Capability Based Communication for Green Buildings and Homes - A REST-like API within the conex.io Project | Olaf Droegehorn, Philipp Trenz, Benjamin Brausse, Timo Schwan, Christin Voscort, Marcel Wemmer ASAS: An Approach to Support Simulation of Smart Systems | Valdemar Vicente Graciano Neto, Lina Garcés, Milena Guessi, Carlos Paes, Wallace Manzano, Flavio Oquendo, Elisa Nakagawa Smart Application Development for IoT Asset Management Using Graph Database Modeling and HighAvailability Web Services | Holm Smidt, Matsu Thornton, Reza Ghorbani Evaluating the FIWARE Platform | Peter Salhofer

Energy-Aware Scheduling of Conditional Task Graphs on NoC-Based MPSoCs | Umair Ullah Tariq, Hui Wu, Suhaimi Abd Ishak ** Best Paper Nomination

SATURDAY, 10:00 - 11:30

Flexible Ambiguity Resolution and Incompleteness Detection in Requirements Descriptions via an IndicatorBased Configuration of Text Analysis Pipelines | Frederik Bäumer, Michaela Geierhos

Minitrack Chairs: William Yeager, Jean-Henry Morin KONA 1

WAIKOLOA 3

Applying End User Software Product Line Engineering for Smart Spaces | Vasilios Tzeremes, Hassan Gomaa

Security and Critical Infrastructure for Cloud, IoT and Decentralized Trust ST 10

THURSDAY, 4:00 - 5:30

Bridging the Gap: Investigating Device-Feature Exposure in Cross-Platform Development | Andreas Biørn-Hansen, Gheorghita Ghinea

SATURDAY, 1:00 - 2:30

**Semi-symbolic Simulation and Analysis of Deviation Propagation of Feature Coordination in Cyber-physical Systems | Michael Rathmair, Christoph Luckeneder, Hermann Kaindl, Carna Radojicic

QUEEN'S 6

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Minitrack Chairs: Edoardo Biagioni, John McEachen, Murali Tummala ST 15

QUEEN'S 6

FRIDAY, 8:00 - 9:30

MoHiD : A Scalable Mobility Platform Based on Hierarchical DHT | Haeun Kim, Jaehyun Park, Sangyup Han, Myungchul Kim Network-wide Measurement of TCP RTT in 2G Networks | Bernd Pfitzinger, Tommy Baumann, Andreas Emde, Dragan Macos, Thomas Jestädt Modeling the GPRS Network Latency with a Double Pareto-lognormal or a Generalized Beta Distribution | Bernd Pfitzinger, Tommy Baumann, Andreas Emde, Dragan Macos, Thomas Jestädt ST 16

QUEEN'S 6

FRIDAY, 10:00 - 11:30

Quantifying Location Privacy in Urban Next-Generation Cellular Networks | John Roth, Murali Tummala, John McEachen, James Scrofani **Techno-Economic Analysis of 5G Deployment Scenarios involving Massive MIMO HetNets over mmWave: A Case Study on the US State of Texas | Ashutosh Jha, Debashis Saha

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HICSS-51 A Aakhus, Mark Aasi, Parisa Aavik, Gerli Abächerli, Roger Abbatemarco, Nico Abd Ishak, Suhaimi Abdelhak, Mervat Abhari, Kaveh Abid, Ammar Aboughonim, Ahmed Abdeltawab A.S Abraham, Joanna Abu-Jaradeh, Backer Acker, Amelia Adair, Wendi Adam, Carole Adam, Frédéric Adams, Robin Adjerid, Idris Afzal, Shehzad Ågerfalk, Pär Aguilar, Ana Ahmad, Atif Ahmad, Mashood Ahmad, Rangina Ahmed, Iftekhar Ahuja, Manju Akhlaghpour, Saeed Akkermans, Henk Akter, Shahriar Al-Ramahi, Mohammad Alarcon, Gene Alashri, Saud Albarrak, Abdulaziz Albashrawi, Mousa Albinali, Hussain Albrecht, Simon Albuquerque, João Porto de Aleatrati Khosroshahi, Pouya Aleidi, Asma Alemu, Dejen Alexander, Elaine Alexandru, Carol Alexanyan, Karina Alfalah, Adel Alhasawi, Yaser Ali Babar, Muhammad Alismail, Sarah Alsarkal, Yaqoub Alshaikh, Moneer Alunyu Egwar, Andrew Amancio, Fernanda Amelian, Mohammad Ament, Clara Anantharam, Vellareddy Anat, Zeelim-Hovav Anderson, Greg Andrade, Rossana Andreas, Zolnowski Androutsopoulou, Aggeliki Andulkar, Mayur Angelopoulos, Spyros Angerer, Peter Angst, Corey Annabi, Hala

Index of Authors (Minitrack Session - Page Number) OS6-61 OS17-63 EG11-48 HC7-52 IN3-55 ST11-67 HC10-52 CL18-38 KS3-58 EG5-48 HC6-51 ES2-49 DSM10-45 CL23-38 CL3-35 CL8-36 DSM14-46 HC6-51 DSM1-44 OS6-61 DSM11-46 OS21-63 IN19-57 CL4-35 CL23-38 DSM17-47 HC8-52 DA12-41 IN9-56 CL19-38 DA4-39 OS33-65 DSM5-45 HC21-54 DA5-39 ES5-50 IN4-55 EG13-49 OS7-61 KS5-58 KS12-59 OS15-62 ST7-66 OS19-63 EG6-48 HC16-53 ST6-66 HC22-54 DA5-39 OS21-63 CL14-37 DA9-40 ES2-49 IN11-56 HC1-51 ST5-66 CL16-37 CL9-36 DA10-40 EG14-49 OS5-61 IN2-55 CL22-38 HC6-51 KS9-59 OS23-64

Anwar, Muhammad Bashar Aqlan, Faisal Arinaitwe, Irene Arru, Maude Assefa, Temtem Athari, Mir Hadi Au, Yoris Au, Yoris Avdiji, Hazbi Aversano, Lerina Awazu, Yukika Ayaburi, Emmanuel Ayalon, Oshrat B Babb, Jeffry Backes, Matthew Backhaus, Scott Badayos, Noah Bae, Sung Joo Baguma, Kenneth Bahaddin, Babak Bahmani, Keivan Bahrs, Julian Bajaj, Vikash Baldick, Ross Ballard, Dawna Banattar, Jordyn Bandara, Ruwan Bandera, Cesar Bargh, Mortaza Barn, Balbir Baroody, A. James Bartelt, Valerie Baruffaldi, Giulia Basole, Rahul Basten, Dirk Bastidas, Viviana Basu, Soumya Bauckhage, Christian Bauer, Christine Baumann, Tommy Bäumer, Frederik Baumgart, Ruth Bay, Morten Bazarhanova, Anar Beck, Roman Becker, Jörg Becker, Moritz Becker, Wolfgang Bederián, Carlos Beebe, Nicole Begovic, Miroslav Begy, Jason Behlendorf, Brandon Beimborn, Daniel Ben Allouch, Somaya Benbasat, Izak

ES6-50 OS8-61 CL14-37 CL3-35 KS12-59 ES7-50 CL1-35 IN11-56 CL14-37 ST9-67 DSM5-45 IN11-56 OS11-62 CL4-35 IN10-56 OS1-60 ES3-50 ES8-50 ES8-50 ES2-49 OS18-63 CL14-37 OS33-65 CL13-37 CL23-38 KS7-58 DSM5-45 ES1-49 DSM11-46 OS32-65 IN9-56 KS5-58 EG1-47 OS8-61 HC8-52 DSM7-45 IN17-57 OS18-63 OS14-62 EG13-49 ES4-50 DA6-40 IN8-56 IN8-56 ST15-68 ST15-68 ST13-67 HC15-53 DSM3-44 DA26-43 DSM5-45 KS2-58 EG3-47 OS22-63 HC18-54 OS5-61 ST7-66 CL1-35 ES2-49 DSM8-45 DSM12-46 OS7-61 OS23-64 HC10-52 OS28-64

Bender, Benedict Benlian, Alexander Bent, Russell Bergener, Katrin Berger, Andrew Berger, Thomas Berger, Ulrich Bergquist, Magnus Bergstrom, Kelly Bergvall-Kåreborn, Birgitta Bernstein, Andrey Beylin, Aleksandr Bezbradica, Marija Bick, Markus Bihl, Trevor Bindner, Henrik Biørn-Hansen, Andreas Birchfield, Adam Bishop, David Bishop, Matt Bisimwa, Kasky Biswas, Baidyanath Bitar, Eilyan Bitar, Hind Bittner, Eva Björk, Kaj-Mikael Blackman-Lees, Shellon Blumsack, Seth Böckle, Martin Boedeker, Mika Boehmann, Tilo Bogan, Christopher Boger, Rebecca Böhm, Markus Bollmann, Chad Bollweg, Lars Bondy, Daniel Esteban Morales Boon, Miriam Booth, Paul Bordeleau, Fanny-Ève Borgman, Hans Borraz Sanchez, Conrado Bose, Indranil Botzkowski, Tim Bowler, Leanne Boyer, Edward Boyle, Katherine Bozan, Karoly Bradley, Bree Brausse, Benjamin Breidbach, Christoph Brenner, Walter Brettel, Malte Briggs, Robert Bristow, Susan Broach, John Brockmann, Tobias Brooks, Stephen Brosi, Prisca

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Brown, Irwin Brown, Joshua Browne, Pierson Bruce, Christine Bründl, Simon Buchholz, Alina Buchmann, Robert Andrei Buck, Christoph Buettner, Ricardo Buntain, Cody Burleson, Debra Burns, Catherine Burton-Jones, Andrew Busch, Peter André Buxmann, Peter Buxmann, Peter Bwire, Felix Byanjankar, Ajay Bygstad, Bendik C Caldwell, Nigel Califf, Christopher Callaghan, Heather Calma, Adrian Camba, Jorge Canestraro, Donna Cappelli, Claudia Caramanis, Michael Carey, Jennifer Lee Carlsson, Sven Carpenter, Darrell Carreiro, Stephanie Carreras, Benjamin Carrington, Nichelle'Le Carter, Dorothy Castille, Christopher Cha, Hoon Sang Chai, Peter Chai, Sangmi Chakilam, Vinita Chakraborty, Narayan Ranjan Chan, Felix Chan, Nicholas Chandra Kruse, Leona Chandran, Daniel Chang, Hsia-Ching Chang, Nai-En Chang, Shanton Chang, Young Kyun Chapman, Brittany Charalabidis, Yannis Chassin, David Chatterjee, Samir Chaudhary, Niraj Cheah, Kwok Fai Chen, Charlie Chen, Hailiang Chen, Jun Chen, Long

DSM16-47 ST11-67 DSM8-45 OS31-65 CL17-37 KS15-60 KS2-58 OS32-65 CL10-36 DSM12-46 HC19-54 HC4-51 HC8-52 EG5-48 CL12-36 IN12-56 CL14-37 DA21-42 EG7-48 HC14-53 DSM14-46 OS31-65 DA27-43 DA7-40 CL11-36 EG2-47 CL5-35 ES4-50 ES8-50 HC20-54 OS4-60 OS9-61 DA23-43 HC17-53 HC20-54 ES4-50 ES4-50 KS7-58 CL4-35 IN6-55 DA22-42 HC17-53 HC20-54 OS10-61 CL6-36 EG14-49 HC21-54 HC21-54 OS1-60 KS5-58 HC16-53 IN19-57 OS21-63 CL4-35 HC17-53 HC17-53 HC20-54 EG14-49 ES5-50 HC16-53 OS31-65 ST6-66 DA23-43 DA8-40 DA24-43 DA24-43

Chen, Minghua Chen, Peiyu

IN2-55 DA25-43 IN1-54 Chen, Xiaogang DA23-43 Chen, Xiayu EG13-49 Chen, Xuetong HC20-54 Chen, Yunan HC6-51 Cheng, Xusen CL12-36 Chi, Huihui IN14-57 Chintha, Keerthi Kumar HC17-53 Choenni, Sunil EG1-47 Choi, Anthony IN7-55 Choi, Euishin DA3-39 Choi, HanByeol Stella IN10-56 Choo, Raymond DA23-43 Choudrie, Jyoti EG6-48 Chow, Yang-Wai ST11-67 Chowdhury, Mohammad Jabed Morshed OS10-61 Chu, Stephen DA29-43 Chung, Claris Yee Seung HC7-52 Chung, Myojung DSM6-45 Civelek, Ismail DA20-42 Clark, Mark KS7-58 Clark, Terry OS21-63 OS8-61 Clemons, Eric OS27-64 OS27-64 OS32-65 Cogburn, Derrick CL23-38 Cohen, Stephen DA2-39 Cokkinides, George ES5-50 Colazo, Jorge CL8-36 Collins, Emily DSM14-46 Colman, Alan OS10-61 Coltman, Tim OS16-62 OS26-64 Conklin, Wm. Arthur EG10-48 Consalvo, Mia DSM8-45 Corbett, Jacqueline EG11-48 Corrales Estrada, Martha OS17-63 Cotilla-Sanchez, Eduardo ES5-50 Cremer, Stefan IN6-55 Croasdell, David KS10-59 Crowston, Kevin DSM1-44 Cucciniello, Maria EG6-48 Cullen, Sara CL5-35 Cummins, Mark OS12-62 Cunha, Maria Alexandra EG13-49 Curl, Eileen HC14-53 Currie, Wendy OS4-60 Czerwonka, Matthias CL5-35 D Dahl, Valerie Dahlberg, Tomi Daily, Sandra Dall'Anese, Emiliano Damsgaard, Jan Daniel, Clinton Daniel, Jay Danneels, Lieselot Darin, Ticianne Das, Tapajyoti Davcheva, Elena Davern, Michael David, Alsius Davidson, Elizabeth Davies, Ben Davis, Curtis Davoodi, Elnaz Dawson, Gregory

OS22-63 OS13-62 OS23-64 HC13-53 ES6-50 OS19-63 DSM4-45 HC2-51 EG8-48 CL9-36 DA1-39 DA19-42 OS4-60 CL9-36 CL18-38 DA29-43 DA7-40 CL20-38 EG3-47

De Coninck, Ben De Faveri, Cristiano de França, Fabrício Olivetti De Haes, Steven

Emde, Andreas

Devaraj, Sarv Dexter, Scott Dey, Debabrata DeYoung, Mark Dick, Steven Diel, Sören Diirr, Bruna Diop, MameFatou DiVito, Joseph Djamasbi, Soussan Djokic, Tatjana Dnyanmothe, Divyesh Dobson, Ian Donaldson, Jonan Donnellan, Brian Donovan, Joan Doong, Shing Döppner, Daniel Dorawa, David Doster, Barbara Drechsler, Katharina Dredze, Mark Dreesen, Tim Drews, Paul Droegehorn, Olaf Druckenmiller, Doug Dubrowski, Adam Duerr, Sebastian Dugdale, Julie Dunnett, Sarah Dutta, Kaushik

EG12-49 ST3-66 DSM12-46 OS16-62 OS17-63 OS31-65 DSM2-44 IN3-55 CL6-36 CL12-36 CL14-37 CL15-37 IN18-57 CL15-37 DA3-39 OS12-62 HC15-53 OS8-61 KS7-58 DA31-44 CL13-37 IN18-57 OS22-63 DA17-41 CL15-37 DSM5-45 EG3-47 HC6-51 HC3-51 OS25-64 OS4-60 HC12-53 OS32-65 CL5-35 HC16-53 HC20-54 HC4-51 ES4-50 OS20-63 ES4-50 DSM10-45 OS2-60 DSM3-44 DA2-39 DA17-41 CL24-39 HC13-53 KS6-58 CL20-38 OS14-62 OS19-63 ST14-67 CL15-37 HC5-51 OS23-64 CL3-35 DA27-43 DSM4-45

E Ebel, Philipp Ebert, David Eckhardt, Andreas Eden, Rebekah Eickhoff, Matthias Elayan, Suzanne Eldabi, Tillal Elikan, Dina Elkins, Aaron Elragal, Ahmed Elson, J S Elste, James

KS7-58 DSM1-44 KS6-58 HC8-52 DA6-40 HC20-54 HC13-53 CL14-37 KS10-59 DA11-41 CL15-37 KS10-59

Fromm, Hansjörg

De Liddo, Anna De Rossi, Leonardo Maria De Spiegeleire, Stephan de Vreede, Gert-Jan

de Vreede, Triparna DeBello, Joan Deeney, Peter Dehling, Tobias Delgado, Andrea Dellermann, Dominik Demirkan, Haluk Dennis, Alan Denz, Cornelia Derckx, Patrick Derrick, Douglas Desouza, Kevin

Emrich, Andreas Endo, Patricia Endress, Tobias Engberts, Frederike Engelmann, Andreas Ermakova, Tatiana Ernst, Claus-Peter Erraguntla, Madhav Eseryel, U. Yeliz Espinosa, Alberto Esteve del Valle, Marc Etingov, Pavel Eymann, Torsten F Fabian, Benjamin Fagerstrøm, Asle Fahrenbach, Florian Fan, Shaokun Fancisco, Julianne Fang, Shijian Fantinato, Marcelo Faraj, Samer Farantatos, Evangelos Felicetti, Alberto Feng, Jeff Feng, Jinjuan Feng, Wenhui Feng, Yuanyue Fernandes, Sueli Fernando, Mario Fettke, Peter Fieseler, Christian Fikar, Christian Fill, Hans-Georg Fischer, Diana Fischer, Marcus Fitzgerald, Ciara Floyd, Kevin Flynn-Jones, Emily Ford, John Forss, Thomas Fosso Wamba, Samuel Fox, Grace Fox, Sarah Fraccastoro, Sara Frederickson, Jacob Freeze, John Freeze, Ronald Frey, Alexander Frey, Michael Fridgen, Gilbert Friedlmaier, Maximilian Friedrich-Baasner, Gregor

Frost, Eric Fu, Shixuan Fuhrmann, Frauke Fuji, Taiki Fujita, Satoru Fultz, Andrew G Gabbrielli, Maurizio Gabrielsson, Mika

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Gadient, Austin Galanis, Spryos Gall, Harald Gamble, Rose

ST5-66 DA19-42 ST7-66 ST4-66 ST8-67 Gan, Mingxin CL12-36 Ganapathysubramanian, Baskar HC1-51 Ganzon, Sarah DSM8-45 Gao, H. Oliver DA7-40 Gao, Hui CL12-36 Gao, Ling CL12-36 Gao, Ning CL20-38 Garcés, Lina ST14-67 García-Rodríguez de Guzmán, Ignacio OS8-61 Garcia, Jorge HC3-51 Garlach, Stacia IN12-56 Gasco-Hernandez, Mila EG2-47 OS11-62 EG3-47 IN6-55 EG6-48 KS14-60 EG8-48 DA2-39 Gasson, Susan DSM10-45 CL16-37 OS5-61 DA8-40 Gatautis, Rimantas DA14-41 DA9-40 Gaukler, Gary DA17-41 HC8-52 Gauthier, Ryan ST4-66 ES5-50 Gear, Tony KS4-58 OS2-60 Gehrke, Oliver ES5-50 CL11-36 Geierhos, Michaela ST13-67 HC13-53 Geiger, Manfred OS28-64 EG3-47 George, Jordana EG4-48 CL21-38 Gerhart, Natalie DSM5-45 DSM16-47 IN18-57 IN9-56 Germonprez, Matt KS3-58 DA21-42 Gernegroß, Martin OS7-61 CL21-38 Gewald, Heiko IN16-57 DA17-41 Ghinea, Gheorghita ST12-67 KS2-58 Gholami, Amin ES3-50 CL3-35 Ghorbani, Reza ST14-67 OS8-61 Ghosh, Kaushik HC14-53 OS9-61 Ghoshal, Abhijeet OS25-64 CL8-36 Giallorenzo, Saverio ST11-67 IN7-55 Giannakos, Michail CL10-36 DSM8-45 KS13-59 CL20-38 OS16-62 DA2-39 Gibbins, Nicholas DA19-42 HC2-51 Giboney, Justin Scott CL11-36 IN16-57 Gil-Garcia, J. Ramon EG3-47 CL16-37 EG8-48 KS12-59 Gilbert, Sarah DSM10-45 IN10-56 Giudici, Paolo DA21-42 DA6-40 Glisson, William HC18-54 KS1-58 Gloet, Marianne KS6-58 KS13-59 Goetz, Jared HC20-54 CL21-38 Goldis, Evgeniy ES8-50 DA21-42 Gomaa, Hassan ST13-67 IN4-55 Gomes, Demis DA28-43 IN4-55 Gonçalves, Glauco DA28-43 IN4-55 Gong, Jing OS24-64 OS8-61 Gonzalez, Jose Julio CL2-35 OS9-61 EG5-48 DA27-43 Goodwin, Mary HC14-53 DA28-43 Gorji, Niku DA32-44 KS10-59 HC1-51 CL12-36 Gorko, Thomas DSM1-44 EG1-47 Goto, Hisaki DSM4-45 DA18-42 Goto, Yukiko DSM4-45 DA30-44 Goul, Michael OS20-63 CL4-35 Gourinovitch, Anna IN16-57 Goutier, Marc DSM13-46 Goya, Denise DSM12-46 ST11-67 Gozman, Daniel OS4-60 KS12-59 Graciano Neto, Valdemar Vicente ST14-67

Gray, Colin Grimes, G. Mark Grisold, Thomas Griswold, Matthew Grønli, Tor-Morten Grotherr, Christian Grube, Anton Gruber, Mauro Reto Gruzd, Anatoliy Grytz, Raphael Gu, Bin Guarda, Daniela Gubler, Fabian Guelfi, Nicolas Guessi, Milena Guidroz, Paul Guignard, Mauricio Guimarães, Cayley Guo, Chengqi Gupta, Gaurav H Habibi-Ashrafi, Farrokh Haddad, Peter Hadidi, Rassule Haerer, Felix Hajikhani, Arash Hale, Matthew Halonen, Raija Halvorsen, Marit Hamada, Akira Hamari, Juho Hammerschmidt, Maik Han, Henry Han, Honglei Han, Jun Han, Kunsoo Han, Sangyup Han, Yang Hancock, Jeffrey Handa, Rajat Hansen, Sean Harbers, Maaike Harlev, Mikkel Alexander Harris, Matt Harrison, Andrew Harrison, Teresa Hart, Alexander Hartvigsen, Gunnar Hauder, Matheus Häyrynen, Eija Haythornthwaite, Caroline He, Fang He, Xiangjian Hebert, Cristyne Hedman, Kory Hefley, Michael Heger, Oliver Heidekrüger, Robert Heier, Andrew Heier, Hauke Heikkilä, Markku Helander, Nina Helfert, Markus Hellmann, Marco Henkel, Maria Henry, Su Herring, Susan

DSM14-46 CL11-36 KS11-59 KS14-60 DA22-42 ST12-67 DA11-41 HC15-53 OS28-64 DSM10-45 DA1-39 IN2-55 ST9-67 IN16-57 ST7-66 ST14-67 HC14-53 ST7-66 DSM16-47 DSM15-46 KS13-59 DSM4-45 ES2-49 HC9-52 HC9-52 KS2-58 OS19-63 DA4-39 HC7-52 OS22-63 HC12-53 DA32-44 DA13-41 DSM8-45 DA15-41 DA3-39 DA19-42 OS10-61 OS26-64 ST15-68 CL12-36 DSM1-44 DSM17-47 HC8-52 EG1-47 IN3-55 DSM1-44 CL24-39 EG2-47 DA22-42 HC7-52 OS7-61 OS22-63 DSM10-45 CL13-37 ST3-66 DSM8-45 ES7-50 DA4-39 HC6-51 CL5-35 DA7-40 ST2-66 DA21-42 OS2-60 EG13-49 OS6-61 HC22-54 KS6-58 DA32-44 DSM11-46

Hesse, Andreas Heussen, Kai Hill, Adrienne Hilton, Thomas Hirai, Hoyee Hirt, Robin Ho, Alfred Ho, Connie Suk-han Ho, Shuyuan Mary Hockerts, Kai Hodge, Bri-Mathias Hoffman, Mark Högberg, Karin Holford, W. David Holler, Manuel Höllig, Christoph Holopainen, Jani Holotiuk, Friedrich Holten, Roland Holthaus, Christian Homburg, Nadine Hong, Yili

Hoover, Kristopher Hornby, Richard Hornung, Olivia Hou, Zhangshuan Houghton, David Houghton, Robert Hron, Michal Hsieh, Pei-Shan Hsieh, Sara Hsu, Carol Hsu, Jack Shih-Chieh Hsu, Sonya Hsu, Wei-Yen Hu, Qing Hua, Song Hua, Zhongsheng Huang, Jeff Huang, Jianqing Huang, Ni Huang, Qian Huang, Travis Huettemann, Sebastian Hughes, Jerald Hung, Patrick Hung, Shin-Yuan Huschens, Martin Hutterer, Verena Huttner, Jan-Paul Huygh, Tim Hwang, San-Yih Hyderi, Abbas Hylving, Lena Hyvärinen, Hissu I Iizuka, Yasuki Ikävalko, Heini Ilhan, Aylin Ilvonen, Ilona

DSM7-45 ES5-50 KS10-59 ST6-66 HC21-54 DA31-44 EG3-47 HC2-51 DSM1-44 CL24-39 ES6-50 DA9-40 DSM7-45 KS8-59 OS15-62 DA15-41 DA14-41 IN4-55 OS23-64 HC15-53 IN2-55 OS1-60 CL22-38 DA25-43 IN1-54 IN2-55 OS24-64 HC5-51 ES8-50 KS3-58 ES2-49 DSM14-46 ST6-66 ST1-65 DSM15-46 DSM15-46 DSM12-46 IN16-57 HC12-53 IN19-57 IN10-56 OS3-60 DA8-40 HC20-54 CL12-36 DA25-43 EG13-49 IN5-55 DA23-43 DSM15-46 OS30-65 IN18-57 DA9-40 DA23-43 CL16-37 DA27-43 CL10-36 OS16-62 OS17-63 OS31-65 CL20-38 HC6-51 EG7-48 DSM5-45 DA32-44 DA30-44 OS18-63 HC22-54 KS6-58 OS12-62

Imgrund, Florian Indic, Premananda Islam, Nihal Isomursu, Minna Ito, Kiyoto Ito, Takayuki J Jääskeläinen, Erika Jackson, Lisa Jackson, Thomas Jacobs, Michael Jaeger, Lennart Jahan, Sharmin Jake-Schoffman, Danielle Jamdagni, Aruna Jang, Wonhyeok Janiesch, Christian Jarvenpaa, Sirkka Jäschke, Tamara Jeffery, Ross Jennex, Murray Jenson, Jennifer Jentsch, Christian Jeon, Soohyun Jeong, Eui Jun Jeong, Jongkil Jestädt, Thomas Jewer, Jennifer Jha, Ashutosh Jiang, He Jiang, Nannan Jiang, Yi Jiang, Ying Jin, Xiao-Ling Johnson, Jeffrey Johnson, William Johnston, Kevin Johri, Aditya Joinson, Adam Joshi, Anant Jozani, Mohsen Jozkowski, Amanda Juric, Radmila Jussila, Jari K Kaba, Bangaly Kabir, Muhammad Ashad Kahai, Surinder Kaindl, Hermann Kaiser, Alexander Kaisler, Stephen Kajtazi, Miranda Kalman, Yoram Kalvet, Tarmo Kampling, Henrik Kamukama, Ismail Kanat, Irfan Kannampallil, Thomas Kannus, Katariina Kanthasamy, Anumantha Kappen, Dennis Kara, Emre Can

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Karagiannis, Dimitris Karbasian, Habib Karim, Muhammad Rezaul Kartal, Hasan Kathan, Wolfgang Kats, Philipp Keith, Mark Kekkonen, Arto Kelly, Scarlett Kelner, Judith Kemper, Jan Kennedy, Deanna Keshtkar, Fazel Keskin, Tayfun Kettler, Brian Kezunovic, Mladen Khakurel, Jayden Khan, Salim Khazanchi, Deepak Khodabakhsh, Ali Kiliccote, Sila Kim, Ada Kim, Antino Kim, Byung-Jik Kim, Dan Kim, Haeun Kim, Hyunjae Kim, Jinsub Kim, Joo Baek Kim, Minseok Kim, Myungchul Kim, Tae-Hyun Kim, Yeweon Kinnunen, Hanna Kirchner, Kathrin Kivijärvi, Hannu Klapper, Daniel Klein, Kristina Klimek, Kerstin Knöll, Florian Knutas, Antti Knuth, Ingo Kobezak, Philip Kohda, Youji Koivisto, Jonna Kokko, Jarkko Kontokosta, Constantine Koohang, Alex Koohikamali, Mehrdad Kordzadeh, Nima Korevaar, Peter Korkeila, Henry Köse, Dicle Kou, Yubo Kragh, Mark Kragulj, Florian Krasnova, Hanna Krcmar, Helmut

Krey, Mike Krimmer, Robert Krishnamurthy, Rashmi

KS2-58 DSM17-47 ST7-66 DA5-39 CL22-38 DA9-40 CL4-35 CL16-37 IN10-56 DSM17-47 CL6-36 DA28-43 DA27-43 DA20-42 KS5-58 DA20-42 DA9-40 ES4-50 IN12-56 IN13-56 OS13-62 ES4-50 ES5-50 KS9-59 IN18-57 OS24-64 CL4-35 CL9-36 ST15-68 DA3-39 ES5-50 CL1-35 DA3-39 ST15-68 CL4-35 DSM11-46 ST1-65 CL24-39 OS23-64 DA6-40 HC15-53 OS11-62 DA28-43 DA29-43 IN12-56 IN8-56 OS4-60 OS11-62 DA31-44 OS33-65 DA13-41 DA14-41 DA9-40 IN7-55 DSM5-45 HC21-54 DA27-43 DSM8-45 DA10-40 DSM14-46 ST3-66 KS11-59 KS14-60 IN12-56 DSM13-46 IN9-56 KS13-59 ST2-66 HC11-52 HC11-52 EG11-48 EG3-47

Krishnan, M.S. Krogstie, John Krohn-Grimberghe, Artus Kroposki, Benjamin Kühl, Niklas Kulkarni, Vinay Kumar, Priya Kunene, K Niki Kunz, Reinhard Kurihara, Hidetoshi Kurnia, Sherah Kwak, Chanhee Kwak, Myungjae Kwon, EunSook Kyriakou, Niki L Laaksonen, Salla-Maaria Lackes, Richard Lagstedt, Altti Lahiri, Atanu Lai, Chia-Yu Lai, Hsiangchu Lai, Jeffrey Lai, Jianwei Lam, Max Lanese, Ivan Lang, Michael Langenheldt, Klaus Christian Langlamet, Helene Lanting, Cees Lassetter, Carter Latsou, Christina Lattemann, Christoph Laubis, Kevin Laumer, Sven Lavaei, Javad Lazreg, Mehdi Ben Le, Duc Tho Lee, Byungtae Lee, Crystal Lee, Heeseok Lee, Hye Rim Lee, Jaekoo Lee, Joyce Lee, Junyeong Lee, Matthew Lee, Minhyung Lee, Sung Je Lee, Sung Une Lee, Sungho Lee, Yunseok Leeds, Peter Lei, Yu Leicht, Niklas Leidner, Dorothy Leimeister, Jan Marco Lennerholt, Christian Lennmyr, Fredrik Leoni, Guto Lewis, Carmen Lewis, Michael

OS26-64 OS16-62 DA1-39 ES6-50 DA31-44 DSM13-46 OS8-61 DSM10-45 HC16-53 IN8-56 OS3-60 CL5-35 EG9-48 IN10-56 IN13-56 IN7-55 CL11-36 OS9-61

Leysen, Jan Li, Depeng Li, Dongsheng Li, Justin Li, Qi Li, Ruizhi Li, Ruohan Li, Xiaobai Li, Xue Li, Yan Li, Yang Li, Yuemeng Li, Ziru Lianeas, Thanasis Liang, Chen

Liang, Liang DSM17-47 Liang, Xiaoning DA13-41 Liao, Chun-Yung IN13-56 Liere-Netheler, Kirsten OS13-62 Ligon, Gina OS25-64 Lim, Lipyeow CL20-38 Lin, Kuan-Yu IN16-57 DA22-42 Lin, Weixuan HC17-53 Link, Georg CL11-36 Lins, Sebastian HC1-51 Linßen, Stefan ST11-67 Lipusch, Nikolaus IN9-56 Liu, Aoyan IN3-55 Liu, Caihua EG4-48 Liu, Charles KS5-58 ES5-50 Liu, Hao Jan DA27-43 Liu, Hefu CL24-39 DA29-43 Liu, Helen IN16-57 Liu, Jia ES1-49 Liu, Jun EG14-49 Liu, Xunying OS5-61 Liu, Yan CL22-38 Liu, Ying DSM15-46 Liu, Yipeng IN10-56 Liukkonen, Jari IN13-56 Llanso, Thomas DSM9-45 Lo, Janice DA3-39 Lo, Lina DSM12-46 Lokshina, Izabella IN10-56 Loos, Peter IN13-56 Loukis, Euripidis IN5-55 IN13-56 Low, Russanne DSM9-45 Lu, Aidong OS19-63 Lu, Yixin OS18-63 Luckeneder, Christoph CL22-38 Lukyanenko, Roman CL20-38 Lumbard, Kevin DSM6-45 Luna-Reyes, Luis KS4-58 Lundgaard, Daniel EG4-48 Luneau-De Serre, Kassandra OS17-63 Luo, Xiaoxiao DA7-40 Luo, Xin IN1-54 Luoma, Eetu KS4-58 Lutz, Christoph OS20-63 Lynn, Theo OS6-61 DA28-43 Lyytinen, Kalle HC13-53 CL13-37

EG12-49 DSM6-45 ST5-66 DA29-43 HC3-51 HC15-53 EG13-49 CL18-38 IN12-56 DA23-43 CL17-37 HC21-54 IN5-55 OS3-60 DA19-42 CL22-38 ES4-50 IN1-54 IN2-55 DA8-40 IN16-57 DSM15-46 IN17-57 CL15-37 DSM6-45 DA23-43 DSM15-46 ES3-50 EG9-48 ST10-67 OS14-62 KS7-58 CL17-37 HC2-51 DA23-43 IN11-56 ES3-50 EG13-49 IN5-55 EG4-48 CL21-38 CL6-36 HC1-51 DSM6-45 DA3-39 DA20-42 OS2-60 ST6-66 DSM15-46 KS14-60 KS5-58 DA21-42 EG14-49 OS9-61 HC3-51 DA19-42 IN2-55 ST9-67 CL9-36 KS3-58 OS33-65 DSM17-47 CL16-37 OS25-64 HC15-53 ST1-65 CL21-38 IN16-57 OS12-62 DA10-40 OS14-62

M Ma, Baojun Ma, Jian Maasberg, Michele Macaya, Javiera Fernanda Medina Maccani, Giovanni MacDonald, Jason Maciejewski, Ross Macos, Dragan Macwan, Richard Maher, David Mahfoud, Elias Mahloo, Mozhgan Mai, Bin Maier, Christian Maier, Ronald Mainka, Agnes Majadi, Nazia Majchrzak, Tim

Malaga, Ross Male, Vincent Maleshkova, Maria Malik, Abish Malik, Aqdas Malinchik, Sergey Mallampalli, Venkata Mallen, Jason Malzer, Thorsten Mamonov, Stanislav Mamun, Md Rasel Al Mandler, Timo Mansingh, Gunjan Manuel, Nikki Manzano, Wallace Mao, Lei Marchany, Randy Marder, Ben Marier-Bienvenue, Thierry Markus, M. Lynne Markus, Warg Marshall, Allen Marston, Sean Martinez, Santiago Marungo, Fumbeya Mathew, Saji Matsumoto, Kohsei Mattern, Christian Matthes, Florian Mattila, Osmo Matzler, Kurt Mayer, Igor Maynard, Sean McBride, Catherine McBride, Keegan McCarthy, Stephen McDonald, Jeffrey McEachen, John McGrath, Erin McLoughlin, Shane McNeil, Martha Melaisi, Mohammed Meliopoulos, A P Meng, Helen Merkle, Moritz

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Merz, Alexander Meske, Christian Messinger, David Meyn, Sean Mezei, Jozsef Miao, Changyu Miao, Sheng Michaels, Zachary Micheel, Isabel Michel-Verkerke, Margreet Mihailescu, Daniela Mihailescu, Marius Mikalef, Patrick Mild, Andreas Milios, Evangelos Milovich Jr., Michael Mirbabaie, Milad Mirijamdotter, Anita Mirza-Babaei, Pejman Miscione, Gianluca Mishra, Vineet Missonier, Stéphanie Mitchell, Erica Mithas, Sunil Mittendorf, Christoph Modarresi, Mohammad Sadegh Mohajeri, Kaveh Mohindra, Sanjeev Money, William Mononen, Jukka Montazemi, Ali Reza Mooney, David Moormann, Jürgen Moqbel, Murad Moreira, Ana Moreira, André Morrell, Patricia Morrison, John Mosconi, Elaine Möser, Sascha Motiwalla, Luvai Moye, Robert Mpirirwe, Hilda Mrass, Volkmar Mudliar, Preeti Mueller-Luckey, Georgia Mueller, Marius Mueller, Oliver Mueller, Roland Muhammad, Imran Mühlthaler, Marius Mukhopadhyay, Arunabha Mukkamala, Raghava Mullachery, Balakrishnan Mullins, Jeffrey Munir, Fehmidah Munoz, J. Pablo Murayama, Yuko Murphy, Kris Mütterlein, Joschka Mylonopoulou, Vasiliki Myrda, Paul

CL15-37 CL5-35 ST7-66 ES8-50 DA21-42 DA29-43 HC13-53 HC20-54 DA16-41 HC10-52 HC10-52 OS9-61 HC10-52 OS9-61 CL10-36 KS13-59 OS16-62 DA17-41 DA1-39 HC19-54 CL17-37 OS31-65 DA16-41 OS3-60 OS20-63 CL14-37 DSM1-44 OS26-64 OS33-65 ES1-49 OS4-60 DA7-40 DA2-39 OS22-63 OS16-62 HC19-54 IN4-55 DSM7-45 ST1-65 ST3-66 DA28-43 HC14-53 IN16-57 IN5-55 IN17-57 OS6-61 DA5-39 ES8-50 CL14-37 IN1-54 KS4-58 DSM14-46 HC9-52 HC6-51 DA22-42 OS20-63 OS30-65 CL19-38 HC3-51 DSM13-46 DSM4-45 IN3-55 HC16-53 DA16-41 HC20-54 HC3-51 CL8-36 OS14-62 DA22-42 HC4-51 ES5-50

N Nabukenya, Josephine Nacke, Lennart Nader, Nathalie Nagao, Katashi Nakagawa, Elisa Nanda, Ashish Nanda, Priyadarsi Nasi, Greta Ndagire, Lillian Negahban, Arash Negre, Elsa Nelson, Jim Neumann, Christian Neumann, Dirk Newlands, Gemma Nguyen, Holly Nickerson, Jeffrey Nicolajsen, Hanne Westh Niehaves, Bjoern Nierle, Doug Nikolova, Evdokia Nikou, Shahrokh Nilakanta, Sree Nistor, Marian Sorin Nitta, Yoshihisa Nomura, Yoshihide Norris, Tony Noteboom, Cherie Novak, Jasminko Nunamaker, Jay Nuqui, Reynaldo Nwokeji, Joshua Chibuike O O'Brien, Kyle O'Malley, Mark O'Raghallaigh, Paidi Oard, Douglas Obradovic, Zoran Obwegeser, Nikolaus Oeste-Reiß, Sarah Oettl, Christian Ogonek, Nadine Ojala, Arto Oleski, Jessica Ollier-Malaterre, Ariane Onuchowska, Agnieszka Öörni, Anssi Oquendo, Flavio Osatuyi, Babajide Osborn, Harold Carr Osei-Bryson, Kweku-Muata Østerlund, Carsten Ou, Carol Ou, Junmin Øverby Markussen, Ida Merete Overbye, Thomas Overhage, Sven Øvrelid, Egil Owens, Dawn P Pääkkönen, Juho Pääsky, Hans-Petteri

CL14-37 DA13-41 DA16-41 HC20-54 DA3-39 ST14-67 ST3-66 ST3-66 EG6-48 CL14-37 IN18-57 CL3-35 OS21-63 KS14-60 IN4-55 CL21-38 HC4-51 OS1-60 DA12-41 HC6-51 CL20-38 ES4-50 DSM9-45 HC1-51 DA7-40 CL8-36 OS3-60 CL2-35 CL19-38 DA4-39 ST1-65 DA16-41 CL11-36 ES2-49 OS8-61 DA7-40 ES6-50 CL8-36 CL20-38 ES4-50 ST1-65 CL15-37 DA7-40 KS7-58 DSM13-46 EG3-47 DA10-40 HC20-54 CL16-37 IN18-57 DSM9-45 ST14-67 IN18-57 CL13-37 DA24-43 DSM1-44 IN2-55 DSM15-46 IN6-55 ES6-50 ES7-50 CL2-35 HC12-53 HC14-53 OS13-62

Packmohr, Sven Paes, Carlos Pagoto, Sherry Pale, Gerald Pang, John Pänkäläinen, Jouni Papert, Marcel Pappas, Ilias Pardo, Theresa Pardue, Harold Paré, Guy Park, Insu Park, Jaehyun Park, Jiyong Park, Minah Park, Minjung Parmanto, Bambang Parriott, Emily Parrish, Elizabeth Parry, Dave Parsons, Jeffrey Parsons, Michael Parsons, Thomas Parvinen, Petri Pasquetto, Irene Passarelli, John Passerini, Katia Patel, Pankaj Paukstadt, Ute Paul, Souren Paulin, Drew Pavlou, Paul Payne, Katherine Carl Peerzada, Aaqib Pehrsson, Anders Pekkola, Samuli Peladeau, Normand Peña Silva, Fernando Peng, Gang Peng, Yiqun Penteado, Claudio Camargo Penttinen, Esko Perjons, Erik Perreault, Marie-Catherine Perron-Brault, Alexis Peters, Christoph Pfeiffer, David Pfitzinger, Bernd Pflaum, Alexander Pflügler, Christoph

Philbrick, Russ Philip, Dibu Pi, Bingfeng Picazo-Vela, Sergio Pick, James Picone, Benjamin Pierre, Jennifer Pigneur, Yves Pijanowski, Bryan Pisani, Francesco Pittaway, Jeffrey Pittman, Sarah DSM17-47 Plucker, Shephanie IN15-57 Plüss, Brian

IN17-57 ST14-67 HC20-54 HC20-54 CL22-38 IN2-55 IN12-56 IN19-57 CL10-36 KS13-59 OS16-62 EG2-47 HC18-54 OS3-60 CL6-36 ST15-68 CL22-38 OS18-63 OS10-61 HC10-52 DSM5-45 IN15-57 CL2-35 CL9-36 HC5-51 CL9-36 DA14-41 DSM3-44 DA7-40 KS5-58 DSM17-47 OS22-63 CL13-37 CL13-37 DSM10-45 OS27-64 CL4-35 ES2-49 KS12-59 OS13-62 CL20-38 DA1-39 KS9-59 KS9-59 DSM12-46 IN15-57 OS28-64 OS17-63 IN5-55 OS3-60 IN1-54 KS4-58 CL10-36 ST15-68 ST15-68 IN19-57 KS13-59 ST2-66 ES8-50 DA21-42 OS3-60 OS33-65 IN15-57 ES2-49 DSM3-44 CL14-37 DSM1-44 IN4-55 OS16-62 HC20-54 IN11-56 DSM2-44

Podhradsky, Ashley Pool, Ronald Poole, Marshall Poon, Simon Porras, Jari Potthoff, Tobias Pountourakis, Emmanouil Pöyry, Essi Premsukh, Hardy Prendergast, David Provin, Daniel Przeybilovicz, Erico Purcell, Michelle Purohit, Hemant Puthal, Deepak Putz, Lisa-Maria Q Qahri-Saremi, Hamed Qian, Chen Qian, Cheryl Qin, Jialun Queiroz, Magno Qureshi, Sajda R Raban, Daphne Rad, Paul Radianti, Jaziar Radojicic, Carna Radszuwill, Sven Rafaeli, Sheizaf Raghu, T. S. Ramadani, Luthfi Randell, Rebecca Randrup, Nils Ranney, Megan Raso, Cinzia Rastegari, Elham Rathmair, Michael Raval, Noopur Ravindran, Balaraman Raymond, David Razmerita, Liana Razzque, Anjum Redlich, Beke Reeves, James Reibenspiess, Victoria Reichert, Stefan Reitz, Andreas Remus, Ulrich Ren, Hui Ren, Huiying Reynolds-Barredo, Jose Reynolds, Peter Rezai, Leila Sadat Rhee, Mooweon Richter, Ganit Richter, Janek Rieger, Christoph Riekkinen, Janne Riesener, Michael Riley, Ian

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Rinta-Kahila, Tapani

IN15-57 OS28-64 Rizk, Aya DA11-41 Roa, Jorge DA9-40 Robinson, Robert HC9-52 Robra-Bissantz, Susanne CL4-35 CL10-36 OS6-61 Rockmann, Robert IN16-57 Roh, James DA4-39 Rollins, Minna KS12-59 Roopaei, Mehdi CL1-35 Rosati, Pierangelo IN16-57 OS12-62 Rosen, Rochelle HC20-54 Rosendo, Daniel DA28-43 Rosenthal-Sabroux, Camille CL3-35 Ross, Björn EG14-49 Roßbach, David DA28-43 Roszczyńska-Kurasińska, Magdalena DSM14-46 Roth, John ST16-68 Rowland, Pam IN11-56 ST1-65 Roychoudhury, Shoumik ES4-50 Rudkevich, Aleksandr ES8-50 Rudolph, Dominik KS15-60 Ruhe, Guenther ST7-66 Ruiz, Carolina HC4-51 Ruiz, Francisco OS8-61 Ruiz, Pablo ES8-50 Runge, Julian DA6-40 Russell, Martha OS19-63 Rusu, Lazar OS17-63 Ryan, Cynthia DA1-39 Ryan, Jim HC13-53 Ryan, Terry KS8-59 Ryan, Tyler OS33-65 Rychwalska, Agnieszka DSM14-46 Ryu, Hyun-Sun IN15-57 S Sabherwal, Rajiv Sadok, Djamel Sæbø, Øystein Safadi, Hani Saha, Debashis Sahoo, Nilima Sakurai, Mihoko Salavati, Sadaf Salazar, Armando Salhofer, Peter Salmimaa, Taru Salomon, Gina Salovaara, Antti Saltz, Jeff Salviotti, Gianluca Samson, Danny Samuel, Binny Sanagavarapu, Lalit Mohan Sánchez, Jaime Sandberg, Johan Sandvik, Kjetil Sangeeth L.R., Silpa Sanner, Terje Santa-Eulalia, Luis Antonio Sarangi, Sourav Sarigianni, Christina Sarkar, Avijit Sarlin, Peter Sattovia, Stacy

DA16-41 DA28-43 EG13-49 HC8-52 ST16-68 CL6-36 CL2-35 EG13-49 OS31-65 ES2-49 ST14-67 OS30-65 CL22-38 OS28-64 ST2-66 IN3-55 CL5-35 KS6-58 CL9-36 DSM5-45 CL9-36 OS6-61 EG5-48 OS30-65 HC14-53 IN17-57 DSM5-45 OS28-64 IN15-57 DA21-42 HC9-52

Satzger, Gerhard Sävenstedt, Stefan Sayogo, Djoko Scaglione, Anna Schedl, Markus Schild, Marcelo Schirmer, Ingrid Schlauderer, Sebastian Schlegel, Manuel Schmid, Jan Schmid, Katharina Sophie Schmid, Oliver Schmid, Thomas Schmidt-Kraepelin, Manuel Schmidt, Andreas Schmidt, Julian Schmitz, Björn

DA31-44 HC7-52 OS33-65 ES7-50 IN8-56 ST7-66 OS19-63 CL2-35 IN3-55 IN4-55 IN8-56 OS5-61 OS14-62 DA16-41 DA6-40 OS19-63 DA28-43 DA31-44 DA17-41 Schoder, Detlef EG1-47 Scholl, L. Robin EG1-47 Scholl, Margit DA6-40 Scholz, Steffen CL16-37 Schroeder, Juliana CL16-37 Schroeder, Matthew CL11-36 Schuetzler, Ryan CL5-35 Schuh, Guenther DA31-44 Schuster, Thomas OS22-63 Schuth, Marvin CL1-35 Schwabe, Gerhard IN3-55 OS3-60 ST14-67 Schwan, Timo ES7-50 Schweitzer, Eran CL6-36 Scrivner, Olga ST16-68 Scrofani, James ST3-66 Scrofani, Jim DSM8-45 Scully-Blaker, Rainforest HC18-54 Seale, Katherine OS4-60 Seddon, Jonathan IN3-55 Seebacher, Stefan CL15-37 Seeber, Isabella DA17-41 Seepun, Sarun IN8-56 Seifert, Rouven ST4-66 Seker, Remzi DA10-40 Semenov, Alexander DA11-41 Semmann, Martin CL13-37 Semnani-Azad, Zhaleh CL23-38 Senthilarumugam Veilukandammal, Mahalakshmi HC1-51 DSM12-46 Seo, Hyunjin DA14-41 Seppälä, Kaapo CL2-35 Serrano, Nicolas DA29-43 Setzer, Thomas CL1-35 Shadaram, Mehdi IN13-56 Shah, Adnan Muhammad IN13-56 Shah, Syed Asad Ali OS4-60 Shanks, Graeme IN1-54 Shao, Benjamin KS9-59 Shao, Zhen CL10-36 Sharma, Kshitij OS16-62 Sharma, Rajeev OS26-64 ES3-50 Shekari, Tohid DSM6-45 Shen, Wenqi ES7-50 Shetye, Komal KS8-59 Shuradze, Giorgi DA17-41 Siawsolit, Chokdee DA7-40 Sick, Bernhard DA31-44 Siddike, Md. Abul Kalam OS33-65 HC14-53 Siebenherz, Anette CL4-35 Siemon, Dominik

Siepermann, Markus Sifa, Rafet Sillanpää, Virpi Simek, Olga Singh, Chanan Siu, Cynthia Skog, Daniel Skolnik, Aaron Smedlund, Anssi Smeekes, Isabelle Smidt, Holm Smit, Koen Smith, Andrew Smolander, Kari Smolnik, Stefan Sobolevsky, Stanislav Söderström, Eva Soliman, Wael Someh, Ida Asadi Somers, Toni Somerville, Mary Sommer, Michael Sommerauer, Peter Song, Jiahe Song, Jongyoon Soper, Daniel Soto, Axel Souza, Eric Spee, Paul Spelta, Alessandro Spencer, Neil Spirito, Anthony Spohrer, Jim Spruill, Alexandra Srivastava, Pankaj Srivatsav Kandala, Srinivasa St. Maurice, Justin Staib, Andrew Staykova, Kalina Steeneck, Daniel Sternberg, Henrik Sternkopf, Helena Stetz, Thomas Steuer, Daniel Stewart, Ian Stieglitz, Stefan

Stock, Ruth Maria Stock, Wolfgang Stoeckli, Emanuel Stoneman, Melanie-Jane Stratton, Caroline Strauss, Christine Strong, Diane Strüker, Jens Stumpf, Tyler Sudarsanam, Nandan Suh, Ayoung Sullivan, Clair Sun, Andy Sun, Jianshan Sun, Jun

CL24-39 OS6-61 DA13-41 IN13-56 DA6-40 OS2-60 DA7-40 ES1-49 HC2-51 OS6-61 DA22-42 DA30-44 OS18-63 ST2-66 ST14-67 EG8-48 HC5-51 DA26-43 KS3-58 DA9-40 OS20-63 OS28-64 OS4-60 OS14-62 OS31-65 DSM6-45 DA22-42 HC7-52 DA3-39 DA18-42 DA1-39 ST1-65 HC8-52 DA21-42 EG6-48 HC20-54 DA31-44 CL4-35 DA29-43 DSM5-45 HC4-51 HC8-52 OS19-63 EG1-47 IN17-57 OS20-63 CL20-38 DA27-43 OS21-63 CL5-35 CL17-37 EG14-49 KS15-60 OS6-61 DA11-41 IN2-55 KS6-58 DSM13-46 DA27-43 EG9-48 IN8-56 HC4-51 IN4-55 OS31-65 DA21-42 DSM17-47 HC8-52 ES3-50 CL12-36 CL18-38 DSM13-46 HC3-51

Sundaram, David Sunyaev, Ali Suoja, Kari Suthers, Daniel Suzuki, Yosuke Sycara, Katia Sydnes, Lars Sykora, Martin Synnes, Kåre T Tabors, Richard Tafreschi, Omid Tahmasbi, Nargess Takeda, Hirotoshi Talaei-Khoei, Amir Tallon, Paul Tan, Chee-Wee Tan, Zhen Tang, Charlotte Tang, Ziying Tarabi, Mehdi Tari, Mina Tariq, Umair Ullah Tarvoll, Julian Tatu, Teodora Tee, Jun Xiang Tefera, Netsanet Legesse Teigeler, Heiner Templier, Mathieu Thiebes, Scott Thomas, Robert Thornton, Matsu Thorson, Stuart Tibben, William Timonen, Hanna Tjørnehøj, Gitte Toch, Eran Toh, Christine Tona, Olgerta Tondello, Gustavo Toombs, Austin Torres, Russell Tortorella, Maria Tran, Minh Chau Treiblmaier, Horst Trenz, Manuel Trenz, Philipp Treude, Christoph Trevathan, Jarrod Tripp, John Tront, Joseph Tront, Joseph Trudeau, Ashley Tsalapati, Eleni Tseng, Timmy Tsoi, Kelvin Tsoi, Kelvin Tumasjan, Andranik Tummala, Murali Turk, Dan Turkama, Petra

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OS18-63 DA10-40 DA14-41 ST13-67 DSM13-46 OS15-62 KS7-58 IN4-55 KS14-60 IN4-55 HC7-52

V Vaghefi, Isaac OS29-64 ES8-50 Valdes, Alfonso ES3-50 KS14-60 Van Berkel, Jasper EG1-47 DSM16-47 van de Wetering, Rogier OS16-62 EG11-48 Van den Braak, Susan EG1-47 HC2-51 van der Werff, Lisa OS12-62 OS16-62 Van Grembergen, Wim OS17-63 OS26-64 OS31-65 CL21-38 van Hentenryck, Pascal ES8-50 CL24-39 van Oorschot, Kim DA12-41 DSM17-47 van Laere, Joeri OS20-63 DA7-40 Vargas-Marin, Evelyn EG8-48 HC6-51 Vargo, Stephen DA30-44 HC13-53 Varma, Vasudeva DSM5-45 HC12-53 Vartiainen, Tero DA14-41 OS23-64 Vasilyev, Andrey DA29-43 ST11-67 Vatrapu, Ravi IN3-55 DSM9-45 Vaughan, Claudia DA30-44 IN11-56 Väyrynen, Karin HC4-51 DSM1-44 Vega, Augusto ST7-66 CL19-38 Veit, Daniel CL21-38 ST10-67 Vel, Vetrivadivel CL6-36 EG11-48 Venkatasubramanian, Vaithianathan ES2-49 DA16-41 Verma, Akshans DA6-40 ES3-50 Vesa, Mikko DA13-41 ST14-67 Vetter, Georg DA13-41 DSM12-46 Viaene, Stijn EG8-48 HC2-51 EG12-49 OS21-63 Villarreal, Pablo DA9-40 DA12-41 Vinze, Ajay IN7-55 OS11-62 Vitkauskaitė, Elena DA14-41 KS3-58 Vladova, Gergana KS7-58 OS4-60 Vogelsang, Kristin IN17-57 DA13-41 Vogl, Raimund KS15-60 DSM14-46 Volkert, Stefan OS7-61 IN18-57 von Aswege, Frederike DA27-43 ST9-67 Voscort, Christin ST14-67 DA16-41 Vössing, Michael DA28-43 DA15-41 Vuori, Johanna OS21-63 CL21-38 Vuori, Vilma OS2-60 ST14-67 ST6-66 W IN14-57 Wagner, Amina IN12-56 ST2-66 Wagner, Heinz-Theo KS6-58 OS4-60 KS8-59 OS11-62 OS23-64 CL23-38 Waguespack, Leslie OS1-60 DA29-43 Waitz, Martin DA17-41 DSM15-46 Waldie, Rebecca DSM8-45 HC1-51 Wallace, Linda OS28-64 HC21-54 Walter, Charles ST4-66 DA15-41 Wan, Yun IN1-54 IN4-55 Wanderley, Fernando ST1-65 ST3-66 Wang, Chuang DA8-40 ST16-68 Wang, Cuicui CL12-36 ST2-66 Wang, Erhhsuan HC10-52 DA30-44 Wang, Harry Jiannan DA2-39

Wang, Heng Wang, Jhong-Heng Wang, Sen Wang, Shuting Ada Wang, Xinyi Wang, Yan Wang, Yi-Ting Wang, Yichuan Wang, Ying Wang, Zhaoyu Wang, Zhifang Wang, Ziye Ward, Charlotte Warg, Markus Waring, Molly Warkentin, Merrill Warmelink, Harald Watson, Edward Watson, Hugh Wattal, Sunil Watters, Paul Watts, David Watzlaf, Valerie Waugh, Frederick Waye, Mary Miu Yee Weber, Peter Weber, Thomas Wegba, Kodzo Wei, Chih-Ping Wei, Fangfang Weidinger, Julian Weiger, Welf Weiss, Joseph Weiß, Peter Weitzel, Tim Wellbrock, Christian-Mathias Welpe, Isabell Wemmer, Marcel Wernz, Christian Wessels, Nora West, Andrew Wethor, Gabrielle Whitney, Jessica Wiberg, Mikael Wickramasinghe, Nilmini Wiedemann, Anna Wieneke, Runhild Wiesche, Manuel

Willette, Auriel Wilmot, Jason Wilms, Konstantin Wilson, Josh Wilson, Vance Wimelius, Henrik Windeler, Jaime Winkelmann, Axel Wirth, Jakob Wolf, Tobias

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