Welcome to the 1st Annual Queen’s University Digitalization Research Conference
Friday, October 22, 2021 (9am to 12pm)
Providing an interdisciplinary knowledge exchange to enable research collaboration, productivity, and funding opportunities in digitalization.
This pan-Queen’s conference is designed to showcase multi-disciplinary graduate research exploring how digital technologies are impacting organizations, work, leisure, and social interactions across domains including (but not limited to) business, politics, health, education, culture, and social institutions.
The conference also aims to provide an inter-disciplinary knowledge exchange to promote research collaboration and productivity.
Call For Abstracts
We are accepting submissions for finished paper (or work-in-progress) presentations that align with the conference topics. Please review the conference topics here. Each accepted presentation will be 15 minutes long (including questions). The deadline for submission of abstracts is September 20th at 11:59pm EST.
To be included in the conference program, all virtual presenters must register for the conference. The abstract submission form can be accessed here.
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Associate Professor and Distinguished Faculty Fellow of Digital Technology, Smith School of Business, Queen's University, Kingston, Ontario, Canada.
Nucleus Professor for Information Systems and Digital Innovation in the Hamburg Business School at the University of Hamburg, Germany.
Patrick Egbunonu, MBA, FLMI
Ph.D. Student, Management (Digital Technology), Smith School of Business, Queen's University, Kingston, Ontario, Canada.
Spencer Huesken, M.A
Ph.D Student, Department of Sociology, Queen's University, Kingston, Ontario, Canada.
9:00am: Welcome (Dr. Kathryn Brohman and Dr. Martin Hand)
9:15am: Keynote Speaker: Professor Jan Recker, Nucleus Professor for Information Systems and Digital Innovation in the Hamburg Business School at the University of Hamburg, Germany.
10:30am: Presentation of graduate student research abstracts.
11:50am: Thank you and wrap up.
4:30 – 5:30pm: Digital@Queen’s Hangouts. The objective is to provide graduate students with an opportunity to connect socially and share ideas in a more informal forum.