Pacific Asia Conference on Information Systems

Pacific Asia Conference on Information Systems (PACIS 2019) will be held at Xi’an, China, after the successful series of PACIS since 1993.

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Pacific Asia Conference on Information Systems (PACIS 2019) will be held at Xi’an, China, after the successful series of PACIS since 1993. PACIS is the main international Information Systems (IS) conference and the only AIS sponsored conference in the Pacific Asia Region. The primary purpose of PACIS is to enable regional and international Information Systems researchers and practitioners to meet in an annual forum that maximizes the opportunity for the exchange of information. The world’s Information Systems industry and research specialists, and academia are cordially invited to participate in a wealth of presentation, tutorials, special sessions and social activities for the advancement of Information Systems and Management.

Paper submission deadline: 18 February 2019

Workshop proposal deadline: 25 February 2019

Paper acceptance notifications: 15 April 2019

Workshop proposal notifications: 22 April 2019

Camera-ready due: 29 April 2019

Theme of PACIS 2019 Secure ICT Platform for the 4th Industrial Revolution

It is well known that the past three important industrial revolutions in history have brought human development into an unprecedented period of prosperity, but at the same time it also brought about the multiple challenges of resource depletion, ecological crisis and so on. With the progress of fourth industrial revolution driven by Artificial Intelligence, autonomous vehicles and drones, and 3D Printing, the restructure of employment and industry reallocation can happen. But the Internet platform on which the revolution should take place is very vulnerable. How information system research community faces this revolution and prepare for the safe world?
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 Submission

All manuscripts should be submitted electronically using the conference’s online submission system, accessible at EasyChair (URL browser https://easychair.org/cfp/PACIS2019).

The system will be available from 2 January 2019 onwards. The submitted manuscript should not have been submitted for review, accepted for publication, or already published.

When submitting a manuscript, you must select a track. If your study seems relevant to more than one track, choose the track that you believe would value your study’s contributions most. See the list of tracks here.

If you have any questions regarding manuscript submission, please contact the review coordinator.

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Conference Schedule

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Paper Submission Deadline 18 February 2019 Workshops and Tutorials 9 July 2019
Paper Acceptance Notifications 15 April 2019 Doctoral Consortium Deadline 1 March 2019
Camera-ready Due 29 April 2019 Doctoral Consortium Notification 1 April 2019
Workshop Proposal Deadline 25 February 2019 Doctoral Consortium 8-9 July 2019
Workshop Proposal Notifications 22 April 2019 The Formal Conference 10-12 July 2019

  Registration

As a regional conference of the Association for Information Systems(AIS), all academic, corporate and student registrants to PACIS 2019 MUST have AIS account. If you are not a member or you are a past member and need to renew, please CLICK HERE( Register Linker) to learn more and to join/renew. Please be aware it may take a while (about 30 minutes at most) for a new AIS Membership Activation / Renewal to be recognized in the PACIS Registration System.

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XIAN LANDSCAPE

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  • The Bell Tower

    Centrally located on the "Four Main Roads" junction is the Bell Tower, of Xi'an. The original City Bell Tower was constructed in 1582 and situated in the west, but on its reconstruction in 1739, the tower was relocated to its present site. A Ming dynasty bell weighing approximately 14.76 tons hangs in the tower, but it no longer chimes to inform residents of the time of day. Visitors have the chance to inspect up-close a number of smaller bells.
  • The Xi’an Circumvallation

    The Xi’an Circumvallation site is located at the center of xi’an city the form of a rectangle. The circumvallation, with its wall height of 12 meters, bottom width of 18 meters and top width of 15 meters, consists of 4 city gates: changle gate to the east, anding gate to the west, yongling gate to the south and anyuan gate to the north. Its east wall has the length of 2590 meters, west wall of 2631.2 meters, south wall of 3441.6 meters and north wall of 3241 meters.
  • Lotus Palace of Tang Dynasty

    Tang Paradise lies in the Qujiang New District, Xi’An City, Shannxi Province, with 66.7 hectares building areas and 20 hectares of lake areas inside. The garden is the biggest culture theme part park in Northwest China, with 1.3 billion RMB investments. The Tang Paradise, which was rebuilt at the north of archaeological site of Lotus Palace of Tang Dynasty, is the first large scale royal garden culture theme garden which fully exhibits the living styles and features of Glorious (Golden?) age of Tang Dynasty.
  • Daming Palace, Xi'an

    Daming Palace, the main hall of the Tang Dynasty, the political center of the Tang Dynasty and the national symbol, is located in the Long Shouyuan on the north side of Tang Jing's Chang'an (now Xi'an). It was built in the Eighth Year of Emperor Taizong of the Tang Dynasty (634 years), formerly known as Yong'an Palace.
  • Terra-Cotta Warriors

    The terra-cotta warriors museum is China's largest ancient military museum. In 1961, the state council of the People's Republic of China will be emperor qinshihuang as the national cultural relic protection unit. For the first emperor qin shihuang cemetery thorough archeological investigation begins. In 1962, the archeologists were plotted cemetery, the first piece of plane layout diagram, via detecting, cemetery ranges 56.25 square kilometers, which is equivalent to nearly 78 palace, cause the archaeology sensation.
  • Great Wild Goose Pagoda

    The Big Wild Goose Pagoda (Dayan Ta),is a Buddhistpagoda built in 652 AD during the Tang Dynasty and originally had five storeys.The original construction of rammed earth with a stone exterior facade eventually collapsed five decades later but was rebuilt by Empress Wu Zetian in 704AD who added five more storeys. A massive earthquake in 1556 heavily damaged the pagoda and reduced it by three stories to its current height of seven storeys.

Partners/Sponsors

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