Papers on agile IT setups and privacy in self-tracking accepted for presentation at ECIS 2017
Two of our research papers have been accepted for presentation at the 25th European Conference on Information Systems (ECIS 2017). The first one entitled “How to Implement Agile IT Setups: A Taxonomy of Design Options” is co-authored by Jan Jöhnk, Maximilian Röglinger, Markus Thimmel, and me. The second (research-in-progress) paper “Towards Explaining the Willingness to Share Personal Self-Tracking Data with Service Providers” is the result of a collaboration between Arne Buchwald, Albert Letner, Matthias von Entress-Fürsteneck, and me.
ECIS 2017 will take place June 5 to 10, 2017 in Guimarães, Portugal at the Centro Cultural Vila Flor and is hosted by the Department of Information Systems of the University of Minho. The aim of the ECIS 2017 is to discuss the fundamental issues related to the role information systems research and education can play in creating a smart, sustainable and inclusive world.