Professur für Informationsmanagement

Articles accepted for presentation at ECIS, PACIS and AMCIS

ECIS2019

We are happy to announce that in the first half of 2019 a number of papers were accepted for presentation. Two papers will be presented at the European Conference on Information Systems (ECIS), which takes place in June in Stockholm and Uppsala, Sweden. One paper will be presented at the Pacific Asia Conference on Information Systems (PACIS), which takes place in July in Xi’an, China, as well as five papers will be presented at the Americas Conference on Information Systems (AMCIS), which takes place in August in Cancún, Mexico:


  • Diederich, S.; Brendel, A.B.; Lichtenberg, S.; Kolbe, L.M. (2019): Design for Fast Request Fulfillment or Natural Interaction? Insights from an Experiment with a Conversational Agent, Proceedings of European Conference on Information Systems (ECIS), Stockholm and Uppsala, Sweden.
  • Lembcke, T.B.; Engelbrecht, N.; Brendel, A.B.; Kolbe, L.M. (2019): To Nudge or not to Nudge: Ethical Considerations of Digital Nudging Based on its Behavioral Economics Roots, Proceedings of European Conference on Information Systems (ECIS), Stockholm and Uppsala, Sweden.
  • Lembcke, T.B.; Engelbrecht, N.; Brendel, A.B.: Herrenkind, B.; Kolbe, L.M. (2019): Towards a Unified Understanding of Digital Nudging by Addressing its Analog Roots, Proceedings of Pacific Asia Conference on Information Systems (PACIS), China.
  • Lichtenberg, S.; Greve, M.; Brendel, A.B.; Kolbe, L.M. (2019): Towards the Design of a Mobile Application to Support Decentralized Healthcare in Developing Countries – The Case of Diabetes Care in eSwatini, Proceedings of Americas Conference on Information Systems (AMCIS), Mexico.
  • Greulich, R.S.; Brendel, A.B.: Towards a Greater Appeal of Replication Research by Learning from the Field of Neuroscience, Proceedings of Americas Conference on Information Systems (AMCIS), Mexico.
  • Herrenkind, B.; Lembcke, T.B.; Trang, S.; Brendel, A.B.; Kolbe, L.M. (2019): Where Do You Want to Go Today: Understanding the Adoption of IS-Enabled Business Trip Ridesharing Services, Proceedings of Americas Conference on Information Systems (AMCIS), Mexico.
  • Greve, M.; Harnischmacher, C.; Lichtenberg, S.; Kolbe, L.M. (2019): Smart Grid in Container Terminals – Systematization of Cost Drivers for Using Battery Capacities of Electric Transport Vehicles for Grid Stability, Proceedings of Americas Conference on Information Systems (AMCIS), Mexico.
  • Lembcke, T.B.; Masuch, K.;Trang, S.; Hengstler, S.; Plics, P.; Pamuk, M. (2019): Fostering Information Security Compliance: Comparing the Predictive Power of Social Learning Theory and Deterrence Theory, Proceedings of Americas Conference on Information Systems (AMCIS), Mexico.




EC-RIDER – Explainable AI Methods for Human Centric RIDEshaRing



We are happy to announce that the VolkswagenStiftung has granted the planning and preparation phase of the full proposal of the project EC-Rider. Together with an interdisciplinary and international consortium of five universities, the Smart Mobility Research Group forms a team to explore research issues and approaches in the area of “Artificial Intelligence (AI) and the society of the future”.
In particular, the project EC-RIDER studies and creates novel advanced and explainable Artificial Intelligence methods for solving problems in the realm of shared urban mobility and by validating them on selected ride- or vehicle-sharing scenarios. You can find more information about the project here.


International collaboration project about road safety systems

COSAFE

We are part of the “Cooperative Connected Intelligent Vehicles for Safe and Efficient Road Transport (COSAFE)”- project funded by the European Union. This project proposes an innovative solution for cooperative connected intelligent vehicles using vehicular communication technology to address the challenges of road transport and to improve road safety and efficiency. You can find more information about the project here.

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