The members of the ERCIS network meet once a year for several days at one of the partner institutions to discuss current topics, introduce new members, plan joint research or teaching activities etc. It is well-established that we agree on one specific topic that serves as a kind of "leading theme" during the Annual Workshop. The next Annual Workshop will be in Leiden, The Netherlands in August 2017.
Kristiansand, Norway (22.-24.08.2016)
2016, the Annual Workshop took place in Kristiansand, Norway, kindly hosted by Bjorn Erik Munkvold and Leif Skiftenes Flak, from 22.08.-24.08. Following the Workshop, we offered a Doctoral Colloquium in the time from 24.08.-25.08.2016.
Please download the agenda here.
Minho, Portugal (2015)
The topic of our Annual Workshop at the University of Minho, Portugal, was an updated ERCIS strategy as well as the discussion of tangible ideas concerning a joint ERCIS doctorate programm, i.e. opportunities for collaboration in PhD education.
Rome, Italy (2014)
At the LUISS in Rome we discussed the state and future of EU IS Education and collected ideas for joint project activities. An outcome from this Annual Workshop was the proposal for the EU-funded MASTIS project. In addition, partners from different member institutions presented their ongoing research and project ideas on open meta data and the internet of things.
Turku, Finland (2013)
The Annual Workshop in Turku was special because it did not take place at the University itself but on a ferry to Sweden and back. We discussed possibilities for institutionalizing student exchange, e.g. with mutual ERASMUS agreemeents as well as joint student seminars, joint thesis supervision, or joint PhD summer schools.
Kaunas, Lithuania (2012)
The main topic of our Annual Workshop in Kaunas was "international research cooperation". We had a look at selected calls in detail and discussed research topics, differing research procedures in different countries etc.
Bordeaux, France (2011)
At the Annual Workshop in Bordeaux we focussed on the "Grand Challenges of IS", discussed the topic from various angles and prepared a Delphi Study, which was later published in Business & Information Systems Engineering (In search of Information Systems (Grand) Challenges).
Vaduz, Liechtenstein (2010)
The first ERCIS Annual Workshop was held in Vaduz und we had a vivid discussion about the 10 most important BPM issues in IS research. The outcome from this discussion was later published in the Communications of the AIS (Current and Future Issues in BPM Research: A European Perspective from the ERCIS meeting 2010).