cii Research Group at the 53rd Hawaii International Conference on System Sciences (HICSS)
This year, the cii research group of Prof. Ali Sunyaev presented four papers at the 53rd 53rd Hawaiian International Conference on System Sciences (HICSS), which took place at the Grand Wailea, Wailea, HI, USA from January 7-10, 2019.
HICSS is the longest standing scientific conference in the information systems and technology field. Since 1968, it has attracted high caliber scholars and professionals in academia, industry and government agencies around the world to present their cutting edge research. During the past five decades, research papers presented at HICSS have promoted innovations and advanced the development in the information systems and technology at the global scale. HICSS is the #1 IS conference in terms of citations as recorded by Google Scholar.
The paper „The Role of Gamification in Health Behavior Change: A Review of Theory-driven Studies“ by Manuel Schmidt-Kraepelin, Simon Warsinsky, Scott Thiebes, and Ali Sunyaev was presented by Manuel Schmidt-Kraepelin. Link to the paper (https://scholarspace.manoa.hawaii.edu/handle/10125/63894)
The paper „Bridges Between Islands: Cross-Chain Technology for Distributed Ledger Technology“ by Niclas Kannengießer, Michelle Pfister, Malte Greulich, Sebastian Lins, and Ali Sunyaev was presented by Manuel Schmidt-Kraepelin on behalf of Niclas Kannengießer. Link to the paper (https://scholarspace.manoa.hawaii.edu/handle/10125/64394)
The paper „Do Not Be Fooled: Toward a Holistic Comparison of Distributed Ledger Technology Designs“ by Florian Gräbe, Niclas Kannengießer, Sebastian Lins, and Ali Sunyaev was presented by Manuel Schmidt-Kraepelin on behalf of Niclas Kannengießer. Link to the paper (https://scholarspace.manoa.hawaii.edu/handle/10125/64512)
The paper „Beyond Data Markets: Opportunities and Challenges for Distributed Ledger Technology in Genomics“ by Scott Thiebes, Niclas Kannengießer, Manuel Schmidt-Kraepelin, and Ali Sunyaev was presented by Manuel Schmidt-Kraepelin. Link to the paper (https://scholarspace.manoa.hawaii.edu/handle/10125/64142)
From the research group Critical Information Infrastructures