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Research Group Critical Information Infrastructures at the 51st Hawaii International Conference on System Sciences (HICSS)


26.01.2018

This year the CII lab of Prof. Ali Sunyaev was proudly represented at the 51st HICSS, which took place at the Hilton Waikoloa Village, Hawaii from January 3th to January 6th 2018.

HICSS is one of the most prestigious conferences in information systems as well as the longest-standing active scientific conference in information technology management. At HICSS 2018 Anton Grube presented the work by: Anton Grube, Tobias Dehling, Kristina Klein, and Ali Sunyaev, entitled

“Promoting Use of Patient-Centered Health IT: Assessment and Ranking of Incentive Mechanisms”

The paper is available in the HICSS 2018 proceedings: here

Heiner Teigeler presented the work by: Heiner Teigeler, Sebastian Lins, and Ali Sunyaev, entitled

“Drivers vs. Inhibitors - What Clinches Continuous Service Certification Adoption by Cloud Service Providers?”

The paper is available in the HICSS 2018 proceedings: here

Manuel Schmidt-Kraepelin participated in the second HICSS doctoral consortium where he presented his work on Player Types in the Context of mHealth Applications. He also presented a paper by: Manuel Schmidt-Kraepelin, Scott Thiebes, Minh Chau Tran, and Ali Sunyaev, entitled:

“What’s in the Game? Developing a Taxonomy of Gamification Concepts for Health Apps”

The paper is available in the HICSS 2018 proceedings: here

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