Tilburg University, in collaboration with Hasselt University, is pleased to announce the tenth International Symposium on Accounting Information Systems (ISAIS), immediately preceding ECIS 2020, the European Conference on Information Systems. ISAIS rotates annually between the University of Melbourne (Australia), Tilburg University (The Netherlands) and Michigan State University (USA) to be hosted every 3 years in the US, Europe, and Asia-Pacific.
The emphasis of ISAIS is on interaction, discussion and debate in a friendly, supportive and relaxed atmosphere. At the same time, our intent is to provide a global forum for bringing the leading Accounting Information Systems (AIS) researchers and developing scholars together to discuss and critique leading-edge research in the field. The objective of this edition is to bring together researchers from all disciplines related to AIS.
Connecting researchers from various disciplines related to accounting
Recent technologies such as process mining, blockchain and other distributed ledgers, machine learning, and robotic process automation, to name but a few, pose challenges and represent opportunities that have the potential to completely disrupt the whole spectrum of phenomena that AIS is interested in. For this tenth edition of ISAIS, we will highlight the importance of information systems in AIS research, bridging both disciplines.
The 2020 ISAIS program will tentatively include an overview of AIS research – what have been the topics of interest since 2000? – followed by a panel discussion. Further, the program will consist of journal quality paper presentations and a tutorial.
What can you expect?
A tutorial about process mining, an example topic of interest for researchers from different fields who can find a common interest in the AIS community.
Tutorial by Prof. Dr. Jan Mendling
International Symposium on Accounting Information Systems
June 13, 2020
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