Information Technology

Coordinator: Gilberto Perez, PhD


Temas e Líderes:

Studies that involve applications for: big data; business analytics (BA); artificial intelligence; machine learning; people analytics; web analytics; neural networks.

Leader: Gustavo Hermínio Salati Marcondes de Moraes,PhD (UNICAMP)
International Co-Leader: Victor Manuel Meneses Barbosa,PhD (Instituto Politécnico de Setúbal, Portugal)

Studies that involve: IT governance; IT management; Strategic IT alignment; IT planning, outsourcing; IT value analysis; IT risks and security; cybersecurity; systems auditing; frameworks, models, and standards related to IT governance; IT architecture and infrastructure.

Leader: Jean Carlos Domingos,PhD (UFU)

The theme covers the adoption and use of IT by society, organizations and individuals within the public sector, and its contributions to democratic practice, participation and transparency; Use of IT for solutions that help urban life, to improve the quality of life, citizen well-being and sustainability. Smart city policy models and applications for energy, transport, health, education, public safety and infrastructure areas; Information Systems in health, education and innovation in services and processes; Use of IT in the provision of services to citizens, in support of management and public policies, and their implications; Open Government, Public Innovation and collaboration with citizens; Use of blockchain in the health area, in the legal area and in other sectors of society to provide services to citizens.

Leader: Violeta Sun,PhD (EACH-USP)
Assistant Leader: Marcelo Henrique de Araújo,PhD (USCS e FECAP)
International Co-Leader: Gianluca Miscione,PhD (University College Dublin, Ireland)

Provide theoretical and practical articulation to promote broad knowledge of the potential of digital technologies in the process of digital transformation in the most different types and structures of organizations (traditional and innovative, public or private) and society (activism). Studies involving innovation in products, processes, services, management and new business models allowed/enabled by ICTs (social media, mobile apps, internet of things, big data, blockchain, cryptocurrency, smart workspace, chatbots, metaverse, NFT, Web 3.0, etc.).

Leader: Luis Hernan Contreras Pinochet, PhD (UNIFESP)
Assistant Leader: Vanessa Itacaramby Pardim (FEA/USP)
International Co-Leader: Guillermo Rodríguez Abitia, PhD (Raymond A. Mason School of Business - Willian & Mary – US)

Adoption, use, and organizational impacts of: corporate systems – ERP (enterprise resource planning) systems, CRM (customer relationship management), SCM (supply chain management), blockchain, BI ( business intelligence); inter-organizational systems for collaborative chains; mobile computing; electronic businesses; internet banking; or which involve automating and redesigning administrative, business, and industrial processes.

Leader: José Eduardo Ferreira Lopes,PhD (UFU)

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Studies that improve the understanding of how IT is used by individuals or groups of users and that cover antecedent factors or consequences of IT adoption; models for predicting attitudes, intention, and behaviors are contained in this topic; in addition, research that covers organizational decision-making processes, whether these are mediated by technologies, algorithms, artificial intelligence, machine learning, or by organizational governance, is also contemplated in this theme.

Leader: Alexandre Cappellozza,PhD (MACKENZIE)
Assistant Leader: Fellipe Silva Martins,PhD (MAKENZIE)

Studies involving aspects related to the management of information and communication technology projects, specifically. Papers on the following topics are welcome: Principles, values ​​and agile mindset; agile culture; application of agile methods (Scrum, Kanban, Scrumban, Lean Project Management, SAFe, Scrum of Scrums, etc); application of agile methods in non-software products; OKR and metrics; MVP and Value Management; agile climbed; performance and productivity in agile projects; agile transformation; Agile PMO; DevOps; program management; project portfolio management; project governance; agile teams; hybrid methods; people management strategies in information and communication technology projects; leadership, skills and motivation of people in carrying out projects.

Leader: Claudio Luis Carvalho Larieira,PhD (MACKENZIE/EAESP/FGV)