TREO Workshop Chairs
Ariana Polyviou, University of Nicosia, Cyprus. Email: email@example.com
Dov Te’eni, Tel Aviv University, Israel. Email: firstname.lastname@example.org
Manuel Trenz, University of Göttingen, Germany. Email: email@example.com
- TREO Submission Deadline: 11 March 2024
- TREO Acceptance Notification: 25 March 2024
- Extended abstract for the roundtable session (optional): 15 May 2024
- TREO workshop: 16 June 2024
ECIS 2024 offers a Technology Research, Education, and Opinion (TREO) workshop. The TREO workshop will provide attendees with a platform to present and get feedback on a research paper or a research idea, an education paper or an idea related to IS education, or an opinion paper on any area of information technology. Authors are invited to submit a three-page extended abstract. Authors of submissions accepted to the TREO workshop will prepare and present a poster during the workshop. Serving as a platform for research development, the TREO workshop will also offer optional roundtable sessions for further discussion for those interested.
The papers presented at the upcoming TREO Workshop will be published in the TREO Workshop section of the AIS e-Library. This provides an opportunity to engage further with the material beyond the presentation at the conference. Authors participating in the TREO Workshop must register for ECIS 2024. Participation in the workshop is included in the registration fee.
The TREO Workshop papers should be framed as extended abstracts. TREO Workshop papers must not exceed three (3) single-spaced pages and must conform to the ECIS paper submission template. The page limit is all inclusive, and includes the title, body of the paper, figures and tables, references, and appendices. Submissions that exceed this limit will be automatically rejected.
TREO Workshop structure
Plenary poster session (everybody): Posters will be divided into three groups randomly, each of which will be included on one of the three walls. The plenary poster session will last 135 minutes. Each group will be allocated 45 minutes to pitch their posters in a slam format (20 min), followed by a poster session for discussions next to their posters (25 min). There will be a note ‘ACTIVE wall’ to show where there are presenters.
Roundtable session (optional): Following the poster session, this year’s TREO workshop also offers a roundtable session for interested authors where they can receive additional developmental feedback on their research ideas. Interested authors will be able to sign up for the roundtable session after the notification of acceptance. In case of Participation in the roundtable sessions, authors will be required to 1) submit an extended description of their research (up to 6 pages all-inclusive) by 15 May 2024; and 2) prepare feedback on the research of other researchers grouped in their roundtable session (papers will be distributed beforehand). The roundtable sessions will be moderated by associate editors of the TREO workshop. Certificates of Participation will be issued after the TREO roundtables