The annual New Zealand Information Systems Doctoral Conference (NZISDC) has been developed as a forum for New Zealand Information Systems doctoral students to present their research-in-progress -- current research ideas, approaches, interests, issues, and methodologies -- and to receive feedback from fellow students and leading academics in the field. The Conference offers IS doctoral students the opportunity to learn what their peers are focusing on in their research and meet with distinguished faculty in Information Systems from New Zealand's eight universities. NZISDC is open to all New Zealand Information Systems PhD or DBA students (at any stage of their research), their supervisors and Information Systems academic staff at all New Zealand universities.
The Conference is being organised under the auspices of the Professors and Heads of Information Systems in New Zealand (PHIS-NZ), a peer network of the IS professoriate (professors and associate professors) and heads of departments / schools who are responsible for administering IS research and education in New Zealand universities. For more information about PHIS-NZ, contact the Chair of PHIS-NZ, Annette Mills, email@example.com