Workshops & Panel Co-Chairs Initiative Panel
Call for Workshops & Panel Sessions
We invite scholars and practitioners to submit proposals for workshops and panel sessions to be presented at PACIS 2022. We welcome workshops offered by researchers and practitioners on specific topics relevant to the field of information systems. We also welcome panels that provide a forum for debate and discussion of current issues in research, practice, and teaching. We invite proposals on all aspects of the conference theme: Artificial Intelligence, Information Systems, in Pacific Asia.
Workshops will be held on Monday, July 4, 2022. It is scheduled as a whole-day virtual meeting from 8:30 am to 5:30pm Taipei time (July 3rd 8:30 pm to July 4th 05:30 am US Eastern Time). Panel sessions will be on July 8 (Friday) and July 9 (Saturday). The scheduling of panels will be determined based on submissions.
- Proposal submissions for workshops or panel sessions should include the following information:
- Title of the proposed workshop or panel session
- List of the organizer(s) and presenter(s) with their short bios
- Brief description on primary audience being targeted and expected number of participants
- For workshops: A description of the workshop including objectives and planned activities
- For panel sessions: A description of the topic to be debated or discussed and a brief position statement for each of the panelists
Proposals will be reviewed and evaluated by the track chairs.
Proposal Deadline: March 15, 2022
Acceptance Notification: Before May 1, 2022
Presentation materials from all presenters: June 15, 2022
Workshops and Panel Session Co-Chairs
National Chung Cheng University, Taiwan
National Chung Cheng University, Taiwan
Tawei (David) Wang
DePaul University, USA
Topics of interest include, but are not limited to:
- Academic career and academic branding
- Artificial intelligence governance
- Big data and business analytics
- Blockchain and business applications
- Collaboration with practitioners
- Curriculum design and teaching strategies
- Digital transformation
- Grant writing and application
- Journal submission and review process
FinTech & Regulatory Technology, the Perspectives from Practitioners and Regulators
Driven by new technological trends, the global financial services market is rapidly changing. Some participants from outside the traditional financial sector are using new business models to challenge current financial technology, existing business practices and regulations, develop consumer-centric products, and bring financial services to people who have not reached them before. However, these innovative changes are increasingly being questioned by regulators, doubting whether their supervision and supervision methods are suitable for continued development in the ever-changing financial service environment. How could we meet the ever-increasing Digital Finance Service (DFS) and subsequent national policy reforms?
In the meantime, under the influence of the COVID-19 epidemic, countries worldwide have adopted strict quarantine measures to restrict the flow of people and logistics, which has greatly increased the use of online consumption and mobile payment by consumers. A wave of disruptive and disintermediation changes has emerged in the financial technology environment, allowing smartphones, Internet of Things, mobile devices, and digital currencies (such as Bitcoin) to make payments, transactions, and purchases. The new application of sales has dramatically subverted the traditional financial service practices in the past. Establishing a financial supervision mechanism and promoting the innovation of financial technology will help the future development of RegTech in the field of corporate governance. How could we improve risk management, stabilize the financial system, and help to promote digital financial transactions and supervision while focusing on new technologies and applying them to financial services?