HICSS - 57 Digital Government Track
57th Hawaii International Conference on System Sciences
January 3-6, 2024 - Hawaiian Village, Waikiki, HI

HICSS Digital Government track Doctoral Consortium


The HICSS Digital Government (DG) Doctoral Consortium aims to provide collegial and affirmative environment where doctoral students currently working on dissertations in digital government research can share their work and receive constructive feedback. The DG Doctoral Consortium is a full-day session in which doctoral students engage in discussions and presentations with peers and senior scholars in digital government. 
The Digital Government Doctoral Consortium Committee invites applications for doctoral students whose research is in the field of digital government. Eligible candidates must be currently enrolled in at least year 2 of the PhD programme.
We welcome candidates from a broad range of research areas relevant to digital government. 



Faculty Mentors: 


Application instructions:

Candidates apply to the Doctoral Consortium submitting a 2000-words document outlining the thesis structure, theoretical foundations, empirical ground and expected key contributions. Any document and material submitted to the Doctoral Consortium will not be published in the proceedings, and the authors will retain the full authorship rights to their submitted work. When applying, students must guarantee proper funding for to attend the doctoral consortium. Importantly, admitted Doctoral students must register for HICSS 2024.

Important Dates for HICSS-57

The deadline for submissions is June 30 by 11:59PM Hawaiian time.
Students will be notified of acceptance by August 17.


For questions, please contact the Digital Government Doctoral Consortium organizers:
Antonio Cordella, a.cordella@lse.ac.uk
Francesco Gualdi, f.gualdi@lse.ac.uk 

More information at https://hicss.hawaii.edu/doctoral-consortium/



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