ICTO 2015

12 - 13

Doctoral Symposium Co-Chairs:

Professor De Marco is a member of the editorial board of several academic journals. In 2008 and 2009, he was a Board committee member of the Association for Information Systems, representing Europe, Africa, and the Middle East.  At ICIS 2010 he was awarded the AIS Fellow prize for his contribution to the IS discipline.

Professor Cornelius was Associate Dean, Research in the School of Management, University of Bradford from November 2010 to March 2014, and Member of the EQUIS re-accreditation and AACSB accreditation teams and Member of the School Advisory Board at Bradford. She is Visiting Professor, University of Paris X and Distinguished Visiting Professor, University of Lagos. Nelarine is a member of the Council of the British Academy of Management. She is also Co-Editor of Personnel Review Journal.

Dr. Guzman is the director of the Ph.D. program at Trident University International in Cypress, California. Previously she served as program director of the computer science and information technology programs at Trident. She is a professor, researcher and consultant in management information systems.


Professor Wallace is the director (Training and Development) of the Ph.D. Studies programme at the Bradford University School of Management. He is also a Senior Visiting Research Fellow at the University of Paris Ouest. Before coming to Bradford, James taught in the Physics and Mathematics School at the University of Central Lancashire (UCLan) and was Director of their M.Sc. programmes in Statistics. He was also Director of the School’s Royal Statistical Society programmes.


Mona Ben Chouikha, University of Jendouba, Tunisia

Dr. Mona Ben Chouikha is an A. Professor in Management Sciences at the University of Jendouba in Tunisia since september 2011. She received the PhD. degree from the Paris-Dauphine University (2010). Her research interests include Knowledge Management, Information Systems, and Management Sciences. As such, she obtained a 12 months research contract with Nokia Siemens Networks MEA Region (2007) and she is author of many research papers presented at international conferences dedicated to management and Information Systems (AIM, MCIS, RCIS, EMCIS, ICIS, IBIMA,...).

Doctoral symposium - Call for participation

The doctoral symposium will be an opportunity for students to present their work to senior academics with extensive experience of doctoral supervision and examination, as well as publications in top international journals.

You will have an opportunity to present your work, receive peer feedback and advice from senior academics. Presentations, discussions and feedback will be in English.

If you would like your work to be submitted for the symposium, you must submit the following:

  1. An abstract (no more than 600 words containing the following: Title, your name, institution name and address, short abstract, key words, key references
  2. A signed, scanned letter of support, on institutional notepaper,  from your supervisor(s) outlining how you could benefit from your attendance at the symposium and what stage you are at in your doctoral studies, and an indication of whether financial support for attending the symposium will be provided by your institution
  3. A short statement (no more than 150 words) that includes your name, the name of your institution, the name of your supervisors, your research/ thesis title and how you think that you will benefit from attending the symposium.

You submission must be made by 15th of January 2015. Please email your documents to [email protected]

We look forward to seeing you.