Call for Papers and Abstracts
for the

31st Annual Conference of the
International Information Management Association (IIMA)

Hosted by
the University of Applied Sciences Utrecht

Monday, October 19 – Wednesday, October 21, 2020

Theme: Humanizing Technology for Society

The International Information Management Association was founded in 1989, with the mission of providing a unique blend of high-quality academic research and social interaction. The 30th annual meeting aims to promote the dynamic exchange of ideas among researchers, educators, developers and practitioners who share their research and disseminate innovations in education, business, and government. This conference is devoted to examining and sharing how business analytics and technology innovations can help us succeed in a world where information is increasingly taking center stage. Come, join and share with us in New York.

Conference topics include but are not limited to:

Artificial Intelligence
Accounting and Auditing Applications
Big Data
Biomedical and Healthcare Informatics
Business Analytics and Business Intelligence
Cloud Computing
Cultural and Societal Implications of IT
Cyber Security and Privacy
Data and Knowledge Management
E-Government
E-Commerce
E-Learning and Teaching Innovations
Emerging Technology Innovations
Gaming and Simulations
Intelligent Systems
Legal and Ethical Issues in an Information-Driven World
Mobile Computing
Networks and Wireless Technologies
Organizational Impacts of Information Systems
Social Networking and Electronic Communication
Strategic Management of IT
Virtual Organizations

Submission and Registration:

Abstract/Paper submission deadline: April 1, 2020 
• Conference Acceptance notification: June 1, 2020
• Final version Due: July 1, 2020
• Early bird registration until: September 15, 2020 

Early Registration Fee: $250   Students: $125 Early Bird 
Regular Registration Fee: $325  Students: $150

Organizing Committee:

Marco Blom, University of Applied Sciences Utrecht 

Evelien Heijmans, University of Applied Sciences Utrecht

Conference Chair: Diana Boekman, University of Applied Sciences Utrecht, diana.boekman@hu.nl
Program Chair: Pascal Ravesteijn, University of Applied Sciences Utrecht, pascal.ravesteijn@hu.nl
Conference Co Chair Rene Boekman, NNCourage, rene.boekman@gmail.com

SUBMISSIONS
Please submit to IIMA 202019 via Easy Chair https://easychair.org/conferences/?conf=iima2020.  Submissions to IIMA 2020 must not already have been published in a journal, presented at another conference, or be currently under consideration for publication or presentation elsewhere.  All submissions will be reviewed by the track chairs and selected peer reviewers. All reviews are double blind.

Papers
Papers must follow the guidelines in the current Publication Manual of the American Psychological Association (APA). The language of the conference and related publications is English. Each submitted paper must include an abstract and must conform to the following format: First page: title, author(s), address, phone,email address, abstract. Second and subsequent pages: title, full manuscript (limited to 25 double-spaced pages). Each accepted paper must be presented at the conference and be accompanied by paid registration. Accepted papers will be published in the IIMA 2020 Proceedings. The best papers of the conference will be sent to the Communications of the IIMA (CIIMA), a double blind, peer-reviewed publication (ISSN: 1543-5970 print & ISSN: 1941-6687 on-line) (http://scholarworks.lib.csusb.edu/ciima/).

Extended Abstracts
IIMA 2019 will have a special session showcasing promising research-in-progress and invites submissions of extended abstracts from undergraduates, graduates/postgraduates and professionals. Extended abstracts should not exceed 2 pages.

Panel Discussions
A panel discussion provides an opportunity for public discussion amongst a selected group of panelists. IIMA 2019 will set aside space for those who wish to pursue discussion of a particular topic or issue. Panel discussion proposal submissions must include (1) title, (2) short abstract: approximately 300 words, (3) organizer(s): names and affiliations of the organizers(s) and participants (if known), (4) length: usually 90 minutes in length and (5) purpose, goals, expected outcomes and contribution to the conference theme (approximately 300 words).

Workshops
IIMA 2019 invites proposals for workshops that offer the attendees a review of a specific IS field by leading researchers. Workshop proposals should include (1) title, (2) short abstract, (3) detailed outline, (4) objectives and motivation, (4) a CV of the proposer(s), and (5) prior history of the workshop presentations and number of past attendees, if applicable.

Download the Call for Papers:   coming soon

Conference Sponsors