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News of Januar 24, 2019


cii Research Group at the 52nd Hawaii International Conference on System Sciences (HICSS)


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This year the CII research group of Prof. Ali Sunyaev was represented with five papers and one best paper nomination at the 52st HICSS, which took place at the Grand Wailea, Wailea, HI, USA from January 8-11, 2019.

HICSS is the longest standing scientific conference in the information systems and technology field. Since 1968, it has attracted high caliber scholars and professionals in academia, industry and government agencies around the world to present their cutting edge research. During the past five decades, research papers presented at HICSS have promoted innovations and advanced the development in the information systems and technology at the global scale.

The paper "From Hype to Reality: A Taxonomy of Blockchain Applications" by Olga Labazova, Tobias Dehling, and Ali Sunyaev was presented by Tobias Dehling. View the paper in the HICSS Proceedings.

The paper "Investigating the Relationship Between User Ratings and Gamification – A Review of mHealth Apps in the Apple App Store and Google Play Store" by Manuel Schmidt-Kraepelin, Scott Thiebes, and Ali Sunyaev was presented by Tobias Dehling on behalf of Scott Thiebes. View the paper in the HICSS Proceedings.

The paper "Multi-Organizational Multi-Stakeholder Collaboration Systems: An Exploratory Research Study of Design Concerns in Healthcare" by Fangjian Gao, Robert Briggs, Scott Thiebes, and Ali Sunyaev was presented by Robert Briggs. View the paper in the HICSS Proceedings.

The paper "No Risk, More Fun! Automating Breach of Confidentiality Risk Assessment for Android Mobile Health Applications" by Thomas Brüggemann, Tobias Dehling, and Ali Sunyaev was presented by Tobias Dehling. View the paper in the HICSS Proceedings.

The paper "What Does Not Fit Can be Made to Fit! Trade-Offs in Distributed Ledger Technology Designs" by Niclas Kannengießer, Sebastian Lins, Tobias Dehling, and Ali Sunyaev was nominated for the best paper award and presented by Tobias Dehling. View the paper in the HICSS Proceedings.



From the research group Critical Information Infrastructures