Workshops and Ancillary Meetings Chairs

Alvaro Arenas, IE Business School, Spain. Email:
Ofir Ben-Assuli, Ono Academic College, Israel. Email:
Asli Sencer, Bogazici University, Turkey. Email:


About ECIS 2024 Workshops

The European Conference on Information Systems (ECIS) increasingly attracts co-located workshops and other ancillary events on topics related to Information Systems. The workshops aim to foster communities of interest among scholars and provide opportunities for networking and engagement among colleagues with similar interests, regardless of their academic seniority. ECIS workshops provide a platform for sharing knowledge, stimulating conversation, generating new ideas, challenging assumptions, thinking out of the box, inspiring action, and forming partnerships. Participants can also develop capabilities in specific domains in the hands-on tutorials.

ECIS 2024 presents a record number of workshops in the emerging and contemporary topics of IS. There are 25 workshops that are organized as 9 full-day and 16 half-day events.

Workshop attendees and organizers must pay the ECIS 2024 workshop registration fee. If workshop attendees would like to attend the main conference, they must also pay the conference registration fee. Workshop registrations and payments will be made via the conference registration system.

Please note that the workshop’s time and/or location might be adjusted based on the number of submissions received and that workshops may be canceled due to a lack of submissions or registrations at the early registration deadline.

The registration for some workshops is subject to acceptance by the respective workshop organizers. To ensure your eligibility for participation, kindly refer to the workshop description and check for any specific requirements or prerequisites.


16 June 2024



16 June 2024



16 June 2024


Full Day Workshops (09:00-17:30)
F1 | European Conference on Information Systems Education Research (ECISER 2024)
F2 | Developing Activity Theory in Information Studies (DATIS) Workshop
F3 | Emergent Technologies, DEI, & Sustainable Humanitarian Progress: Where are We Now?
F4 | Exploring Critical Challenges for the Changing Nature of Work
F5 | Programmatic Research and Complex Causality with a Focus on Qualitative Comparative Analysis (QCA) - *Cancelled*
F6 | Reconsidering Assumptions About the Human Role in Cybersecurity and Privacy Research
F7 | Frontiers in IT Development: Harnessing the Power of GenAI and Low-Code Development Platforms
F8 | Technology as an Enabler for Circular Economy (Tech4CE)
Half Day Workshops (09:00-13:00)
A1 | | An AI Café: Co-creating New Ways of IS Education (NWISEd)
A2 | Value Creation in the Metaverse
A3 | Three Tools to Help You Navigate and Review IS Literature: LitBaskets, PermuSearch & CoLRev
A4 | Regulation, Governance and Digital Responsibility: Research Frontiers
A5 | Validating Design Science Research: A Hands-on Perspective
A6 | 3rd African IS Paper Development Workshop - *Cancelled*
A7 | Digital Trace Data Research: Foundations, Methods, and Applications
A8 | Resilient Smart Cities: Systems, Services and Skills
A9 | Parsing Epistemic Registers in Interorganisational Interventions: A Direct, Aware Experience in NEO-Socio-Technical Research - *Cancelled*
Half Day Workshops (13:30-17:30)
P1 | ISR Paper Development Workshop
P2 | Teaching Business Analytics and Data Science Best Practices with a No-code Software Platform—KNIME
P3 | Serious Digital Storytelling: Showcase and Critique - *Cancelled*
P4 | Value-Oriented Metaverse: Designing a Human-Centric Future with Legal, Ethical and User-Centric Perspectives
P5 | Transferrable Skills in European Research Educations- *Cancelled*
P6 | The What, Why and How of Games and Game Elements in Businesses - *Cancelled*
P7 | Sustainable Futures? Advancing the Green Frontier as IS Researchers
P8 | Analyzing Bots in Social Networks: Theories, Literature, Methods, and Ethics