Innovative Research Projects

Every year, national and the international research funding bodies (e.g. European Union) invest billions of Euros on supporting research projects on innovative and practical ideas. In most of the cases the dissemination of the outcomes of these projects is not the expected one. Often academics ignore the existence of the majority of the research projects. However, important information related to the outcomes of these projects may be significant for academics as they may speed up their research, find solutions to their scientific problems or come across research partners to work with.
This track aims to bridge this gap and it focuses on the dissemination of the results of innovative research projects on the area of Information Communication Technology. In doing so, the track on research projects seeks to generate interesting discussions during EMCIS2018 and support research collaboration.
Topics of interests include, but are not limited to:
  • Big Data and Analytics
  • Cloud Computing
  • Digital Services, Social Media and Digital Collaboration
  • e-Government
  • Enterprise Systems
  • Healthcare Information Systems
  • Management and Organisational Issues in Information systems
  • Security and Privacy Protection for Information Systems
  • Supply Chain Management

Track co-Chairs:
Alan Serrano, Brunel University, UK
Dimos Kyriazis, University of Piraeus,Greece