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Paper submission is open to the academic and business communities with research and development work relevant to the field of Technology and Information Systems.

Papers will be selected based on their originality, clarity and contribution to the academic, scientific and professional communities.

The conference's main theme is Artificialization, Humanization: The Challenges of Information Systems in Transforming Society, and topics include, but are not limited to, the following:

Main topics

  1. IS Curriculum and Education
  2. Societal impacts IS & the future of work
  3. IS for a green and sustainable world
  4. Cyber-security, privacy, and ethics of IS
  5. Blockchain, cryptocurrencies, and new business models
  6. Sharing Economy
  7. Human-computers interaction
  8. Design Science
  9. IS Development and Project Management
  10. IT Adoption and use
  11. IT Value
  12. Social Media
  13. IS in Healthcare
  14. E-Government
  15. IS research methods
  16. Human Behavior in IS and Marketing
  17. Data Science and predictive analytics
  18. Business, data, and process modelling
  19. ICT4D
  20. Smart cities
  21. Data Science and Good
Please note that submitted documents should be written in Portuguese or English. Portuguese submissions must contain a summary written in English.

The following types of submissions are accepted:

Completed research paper (full paper ): A full paper corresponds to a completed research work, including discussion of research results, and should include between 4000 - 6000 words.

Work in progress paper (research-in-progress paper ): A work in progress paper presents preliminary results of an ongoing research work and should include between 2000 - 4000 words.

Poster: A poster features original research, ideas and models for discussion and should contain only an abstract of 500 - 1000 words.

Paper formatting guidance is available in the CAPSI template/model below:

All accepted papers will be published in the Conference Proceedings, with ISSN, and made available on the APSI website.

All submissions will undergo double-blind review process and only original papers will be eligible. Submissions must not contain any reference to the author's identity.

CAPSI 2020 is indexed by SCOPUS.