Final program SWEG 2016

Here is the finalprogram for SWEG 2016, including names of discussants.

Monday the  1st of February:

Informal get-together at Kick Café at 20.00https://goo.gl/maps/suNpKGVZwZQ2 (just across the street from Hotel Norge).

Tuesday 2nd February

Place: UiA, room  IU 069

Time Post Resp. / Author(s) Discussant Title
09.30 Registration and coffee
10.00 Welcome

 

Dean Anne Halvorsen
10.15 Paper session 1 Christian Østergaard Madsen and Sara Hoffman

 

 

Helle

 

 

Towards a pre-emptive channel positioning strategy

Chantal Mutimukwe,

Åke Grönlund and Ella Kolkowska

Jesper E-Government Privacy Protection Principles
 Break
11.30 -12.30 Paper session 2  

Duong Dang and Samuli Pekkola

Arild Enterprise Architecture Problems in the Public Sector in a Developing Country
Paula Mäki-Lohiluoma, Pasi Hellsten and Samuli Pekkola Carl Erik Characteristics of the Public Sector IS Acquisitions

 

12.30 -13.30 Lunch break
13.30-14.30 Paper session 3 Arild Jansen,

Göran Goldkuhl, Jesper B. Berger

Øystein First choice, free choice or no choice:
Policy, design and effects for digital post
in the Scandinavian countries
Marius Johannesen and Øystein Sæbø Katarina Applying the online community lens on Scandinavian eParticipation: Tensions and their consequences for participatory outcome
14.30-14. 45 Coffee break
14.45-15.45 Paper session 4 Solange Mukamurenzi, Åke Grönlund, M. Sirajul Islam Peter Evaluation Models for eGovernment: A literature review
Holgersson, J., Ulf Melin, Ida Lindgren and Karin Axelsson

 

Paula Exploring user participation practice in public e-service

development –

why, how and in whose interest?

16.00-17.00 Panel/workshop Tim Majchrzak and

Trond Knudsen

(Session chair: Leif Flak)

Horizon 2020 calls, proposal work for these

Dinner at  19:00: Håndverkeren https://goo.gl/maps/GhR85ZdM9FP2

Wednesday, 3rd of February

Place: I1 066

Time Post Resp. / Author(s) Discussant Title
09.00 – 10.00 Panel Maung K. Sein (moderator), Helle Zinner Henriksen, Katarina Lindblad-Gidlund, Carl Erik Moe and Eva Berglund Åsland All The coming challenges of e-Government
10.00 Coffee break
10.15 – 11.15 Paper session 5 Katarina L. Gidlund

 

Solange Universal, Partial or Representative Design of public e-services
Peter Andre Busch Ulf  

Putting the

e into e-government

 

11.15 – 11.45 Project presentation Leif Flak and Hans Solli-Sæther
11.45 – 12.00 Wrap-up  Øystein Sæbø
12.00 – 13.00 Lunch

Welcome to SWEG 2016!

We are approaching SWEG, which will take place here at UiA Campus Gimlemoen, at the 2nd and 3rd of February. We really look forward to see you all here soon!

We expect to send  reviews back to authors and to announce the program  next week (around the 20th of January). The workshop will start at 10.00 Tuesday the 2nd, and will end around 14.30 on Wednesday the 3rd.

Please register for the conference here: https://eras.uia.no/reg.php?id=1613 The conference fee (750 Nok) includes lunches both days and conference dinner Tuesday night.

Concerning your stay, we have made an agreement with Hotel Norge  for those who are interested. You book your room directly by phone  or e-mail, providing the reference number: 370189. The price is then 948 NoK including breakfast.

There are several other hotels located in the city centre (you may find some of them here, but be aware that some of these, like Abra Havn, are outside the city) . The best budget alternative may be Yess Hotel!

Please send us an e-mail with any questions you may have concerning the conference. We really look forward to see you here soon!

Best wishes,

Calle, Leif and Øystein

 

 

 

Pris for beste artikkel innen eForvaltning

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Mihoko Samurai, som er ansatt som post-doc innen fagfeltene krisehåndtering og eForvaltning, vant prisen for beste artikkel innen eForvaltning ved The Hawaii International Conference on System Sciences (HICSS). Her er utdrag fra UiAs interne nyhetsmelding om denne saken (skrevet av Jan Arve Olsen):

“Artikkelen er basert på deler av Mihoko Sakurais doktorgradsarbeid fra 2015 om hvilken lærdom som kan trekkes fra jordskjelvkatastrofen i Tohoko i Japan i 2011 når det gjelder å utvikle effektive informasjonssystemer for krisehåndtering. Som sådan fremstår artikkelen også som svært internasjonal, med bidrag fra både Norge, USA og Japan. Mihoko Sakurai er oppført som førsteforfatter med professorene Richard T. Watson fra USA og Jiro Kokuryo fra Japan som henholdsvis andre- og tredjeforfatter.”

Vi gratulerer!