HICSS-53 Conference

Mini-Track | Hawaii International Conference on Systems Sciences (HICSS-53)
Analytics and Decision Support for Green IS and Sustainability Applications

January 7-10, 2020
Maui, Hawaii, USA

This HICSS-53 minitrack welcomes research articles and practitioner reports exploring technical and organizational issues pertaining to innovative ways for leveraging information systems and technologies for addressing sustainability issues and research that aim to mitigate the impact of economic development and information technologies on the environment. The mini-track encompasses Green IS, environmental informatics and analytics, sustainable computing, and Green IT. Theoretically founded papers that illustrate the application of analytics, Internet of Things (IoT), cloud computing, information systems and decision technologies in environmental management for sustainability are particularly welcomed.

Possible topics include, but are not limited to:

  • Agriculture 4.0
  • Analytics and decision technologies
  • Environmental sustainability and decision making
  • Environmental knowledge acquisition and management
  • Environmental Management Information Systems (EMIS)
  • Environmental Decision Support Systems (EDSS)
  • Green Information Systems (IS), Green IT
  • Environmental cyberinfrastructure
  • Environmental communication
  • Energy informatics
  • Smart agriculture, aquaculture and fisheries
  • Technologies for DSS development and environmental applications (e.g., GIS, information visualization, computational intelligence, IoT, web services, cloud computing, artificial intelligence, agent-based computing and multiple-criteria decision making)

Submission Process

  • Submission Deadline: 15 Jun 2019
  • Reviewing Results: 17 Aug 2019
  • Camera-Ready Manuscript: 22 Sep 2019
  • Author Guidelines

Co-Chairs

Omar El-Gayar
College of Business and Information Systems
Dakota State University

Arno Scharl
Department of New Media Technology
MODUL University Vienna

PingSun Leung
Department of Natural Resources and Environmental Management
University of Hawaii at Manoa (Retired)