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Participation at ECIS 2020

Participation at ECIS 2020
Datum: 13.05.2020

The work of the KIT research groups of Prof. Mädche, Prof. Satzger, Prof. Sunyaev, and Prof. Weinhardt is presented at the virtual European Conference on Information Systems (ECIS) with XXXXX accepted conference papers.  

  • Badewitz, W., Kloker, S., and Weinhardt, C. : “The Data Provision Game: Researching Revenue Sharing in Collaborative Data Networks “, to appear in: Conference on Business Informatics (CBI) 2020 Proceedings.
  • Benke, I. and Gnewuch, U. (2020). “Towards Design Principles for Trustworthy Affective Chatbots for Virtual Teams“, to appear in: ECIS 2020 Proceedings.
  • Enders, T., Benz, C., Schüritz, R., and Lujan, P. (2020). “How to Implement an Open Data Strategy“, to appear in: ECIS 2020 Proceedings.
  • Enders, T., Wolff, C., Satzger, G. (2020). “Knowing What to Share: Selective Revealing in Open Data”, to appear in: ECIS 2020 Proceedings.
  • Gnewuch, U., Meng, Y., and Maedche, A. (2020). “The Effect of Perceived Similarity in Dominance on Customer Self-Disclosure to Chatbots in Conversational Commerce“, to appear in: ECIS 2020 Proceedings.
  • Golla, A., Henni, S., and Staudt, P. (2020). “Scaling the Concept of Citizen Energy Communities through a Platform-based Decision Support System “, to appear in: ECIS 2020 Proceedings.
  • Karb, T., Kühl, N., Hirt, R., and Glivici-Cotrută, V. (2020). “A Network-Based Transfer Learning Approach to Improve Sales Forecasting of New Products“, to appear in: ECIS 2020 Proceedings.
  • Loewe, N. and Nadj, M. (2020). “Physio-Adaptive Systems - A State-of-the-Art Review and Future Research Directions“, to appear in: ECIS 2020 Proceedings.
  • Michalczyk, S., Nadj, M., Azarfar, D., Maedche, A., and Groeger, C. (2020). “A State-of-the-Art Overview and Future Directions of Self-Service Business Intelligence and Analytics“, to appear in: ECIS 2020 Proceedings.
  • Michalczyk, S. and Scheu S., (2020). “Designing an Analytical Information Systems Engineering Method“, to appear in: ECIS 2020 Proceedings.
  • Morana, S., Gnewuch, U., Jung, D., and Granig, C. (2020). “The Effect of Anthropomorphism on Financial Decision-Making with Robo-Advisor Chatbots“ , to appear in: ECIS 2020 Proceedings.
  • Reuter-Oppermann, M., and Wolff, C. (2020). “Towards Enabling Customer-Centric Emergency Logistics in Healthcare“, to appear in: ECIS 2020 Proceedings.
  • Rietz, T., and Schneider, F. (2020). “We see we disagree: Insights from Designing a Cooperative Requirements Prioritization System“, to appear in: ECIS 2020 Proceedings.

Beside the research papers, Tim Rietz was accepted to present his PhD project titled “Designing scalable AI-based Requirement sEclitation and Analysis Systems“ at the Doctoral Consortium.