Pacific Asia Conference on Information Systems
The Pacific Asia Conference on Information Systems (PACIS) is an annual conference for Information Systems and Information Technology academics and professionals and is affiliated with the Association for Information Systems. Its purpose is to provide a high quality forum for researchers, practitioners, and policy makers to exchange research findings and ideas on the adoption of leading information-related technologies and practices.
PACIS is considered the premier information systems event in the Asia Pacific region and provides a platform for panel discussions and the presentation of peer-reviewed information systems research papers.
The conference attracts several hundred submissions each year, and those that are selected for presentation appear in the 'PACIS Proceedings’, which are archived online at http://www.pacis-net.org/.
The first PACIS conference took place in 1993 at National Sun Yat-Sen University in Kaohsiung, Taiwan. The 1993 and 1995 conferences carried the title of Pan Pacific Conference on Information Systems. In 1997 the name was changed to the Pacific Asia Conference on Information Systems. From 1993 it was a biannual event until 2000. Since 2000, PACIS has been held annually in different cities throughout the Asia Pacific, generally within East Asia and Australasia. The conference has attracts an increasing number of registered delegates from around 150-200 in early years to around 400 in recent years. The 2014 conference in Chengdu attracted 600 participants and more than 250 papers were presented either as full papers or poster papers. The next 2015 conference will be held in Singapore on 6 July - 9 July.
The PACIS logo consists of a globe positioned on a map of the Asia Pacific.
|1993||Kaohsiung, Taiwan||30 May - 1 June|
|1995||Singapore||29 June - 2 July|
|1997||Brisbane, Australia||1 April - 5 April|
|2000||Hong Kong, China||1 June - 3 June|
|2001||Seoul, Korea||20 June - 22 June|
|2002||Tokyo, Japan||2 September - 4 September|
|2003||Adelaide, Australia||10 July - 13 July|
|2004||Shanghai, China||8 July - 11 July|
|2005||Bangkok, Thailand||7 July - 10 July|
|2006||Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia||6 July - 9 July|
|2007||Auckland, New Zealand||4 July - 6 July|
|2008||Suzhou, China||3 July - 7 July|
|2009||Hyderabad, India||10 July - 12 July|
|2010||Taipei, Taiwan||9 July - 12 July|
|2011||Brisbane, Australia||7 July - 11 July|
|2012||Hochiminh City, Vietnam||July 11 - July 15|
|2013||Jeju Island, South Korea||18 June - 22 June|
|2014||Chengdu, China||24 June - 28 June|
|2015||Singapore, Singapore||6 July - 9 July|