European Conference on Information Systems

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European Conference on Information Systems
Abbreviation ECIS
Discipline Information systems
Publication details
Publisher Association for Information Systems
History 1993–present
Frequency annual

The European Conference on Information Systems (ECIS) is an annual conference for Information Systems and Information Technology academics and professionals and was affiliated with the Association for Information Systems. The organization of the conference comes under the purview of the ECIS Standing Committee. After being an affiliated AIS conference for many years, the European Conference on Information Systems now has officially been adopted as the World Region 2 (Europe, Africa and Middle East) conference for AIS since 2017.[1]

ECIS is considered the premier information systems event in the European region and provides a platform for panel discussions and the presentation of peer-reviewed information systems research papers. The conference more recently had acceptance rates in the low 30% range.[citation needed] The electronic version of the conference proceedings (1993-2008-excluding 1995 and 1998) and full citations (1993-2008) are available publicly.

The first ECIS conference took place in 1993 in Henley-on-Thames, United Kingdom.

ECIS Venues[edit]

Year Venue Dates
1993 Henley-on-Thames, United Kingdom 29-30 March
1994 Nijenrode, The Netherlands 30-31 May
1995 Athens, Greece 1-3 June
1996 Lisbon, Portugal 2-4 July
1997 Cork, Ireland[2] 19-21 June
1998 Aix-en-Provence, France 4-6 June
1999 Copenhagen, Denmark[3] 23-25 June
2000 Vienna, Austria[4] 3-5 July
2001 Bled, Slovenia[5] 27-29 June
2002 Gdansk, Poland[6] 6-8 June
2003 Naples Italy[7] 19-21 June
2004 Turku, Finland[8] 14-16 June
2005 Regensburg, Germany[9] 26-28 May
2006 Gothenburg, Sweden[10] 12-14 June
2007 St Gallen, Switzerland[11] 7-9 June
2008 Galway, Ireland[12] 9-11 June
2009 Verona, Italy[13] 8-10 June
2010 Pretoria, South Africa[14] 7-9 June
2011 Helsinki, Finland[15] 9-11 June
2012 Barcelona, Spain[16] 10-13 June
2013 Utrecht, Netherlands[17] 6-8 June
2014 Tel Aviv, Israel[18] 9-11 June
2015 Münster, Germany [19] 27-29 May
2016 Istanbul, Turkey [20] 12-15 June
2017 Guimarães, Portugal [21] 5-10 June
2018 Portsmouth, United Kingdom [22] 23-28 June

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