ACIS 2017 Doctoral Consortium Program - DRAFT

Day 1– Friday, 1st December
Time  Event 
3:00-5:00pm Registration


Introductions to Mentors

5:30-6:00pm “Getting to Know You”
6:00pm-8:00pm Pizza & Networking
Day 2– Saturday, 2nd December
Time Event
8:30-9:00am Breakfast


Professor Julie Fisher (Monash)
From the inside out: one supervisor’s experience

10:00-10:30am Morning Tea & Networking
10:30-12:30pm Elevator Pitch – students (5 minutes each)
12:30 - 2:00pm Lunch & Networking
2:00-3:30pm Group Sessions – 1
3:30-4:00pm Afternoon Tea & Networking
4:00-5:30pm Group Sessions – 2
5:30:6:00pm Free time
6:00pm-9:00pm Doctoral Consortium Dinner & Networking


Day 3– Sunday, 3rd December
Time Event
8:30-9:00am Breakfast


Associate Professor John Lamp (Deakin) 
Editor,  Australasian Journal of Information Systems
The Journal Reviewing Process

10:30-11:00am Morning Tea & Networking


ACPHIS Medal Winner Presentation
Reflection on the PhD Journey: A conversation

12:30-1:30pm Lunch & Networking


Professor Karlheinz Kautz (RMIT) 
IS Research in the Digital Economy

2:30-2:45pm Closing Session
3-4pm Meet the Faculty – book an appointment to discuss your research with one of the DC Faculty Mentors
6pm ACIS 2017 Conference Reception

Doctoral Consortium Chairs

Professor Deborah Bunker (University of Sydney)

Associate Professor Henry Linger (Monash)


Professor Julie Fisher (Monash)

Professor Vanessa Cooper (RMIT)

Professor Patrick Finnegan (UNSW)

A/Professor Olivera Marjanovic (University of Sydney)

A/Professor Axel Korthaus (Swinburne)

A/Professor Simon Poon (University of Sydney)

Group Session


Stream A, Room Eng304

Stream B,  Room 217

Stream C,  Room 209

Julie FisherSimon Poon

Vanessa Cooper
Patrick Finnegan

Olivera Marjanovic
Axel Korthaus


284 - Abdulaziz Murad

Understanding the knowledge sharing activity in virtual communities of practice for health practitioners.

285 - Yancong Xie

Understanding the influence of the biased review in the sharing economy

287 - Tamrin Amboala

Technological Entrepreneurship for IT/IS and Engineering Research Outcomes

273 - Hannes Göbel

A Design Theory for IT Systems Supporting Service Innovation

272 - Octavio Gonzalez Aguilar

Collective Modelling

288 - Natalie Hardwicke

Practices in Juxtaposition: Tensions in social software appropriation projects


271 - Sonia Ivetac

Exploring the consequences of technology realisation in a government secondary school in regional Victoria.

282 - Craig Horne

Information security strategy in organisations

289 – Nurul Talukder

Understanding coordination in Distributed Agile Software Development

277 - Lauren Bennett

Capturing information technology use by senior secondary school students in New Zealand

283 - Feliks Sejahtera

Theorizing Effective Use of Big Data

290 - Mozhdeh Dehghani

Knowledge sharing mechanisms in university-industry collaborative projects in IT-related faculties in Australia