DESRIST 2022

Program

Wednesday, June 1

  • 8:30 am – 4:30 pm

    • Registration
      LPH Atrium**

  • 9:00 am – 5:00 pm

    • DESRIST Doctoral Consortium
      Anol Bhattacherjee and Jeff Parsons, Chairs
      LPH 123 Breakout: LPH 128

  • 10:00 am – 10:30 am

    • Coffee Break
      LPH Atrium

  • 12:00 pm – 1:30 pm

    • Doctoral Consortium Lunch
      LPH Atrium

  • 1:00 pm – 5:00 pm

    • Industrial Workshop
      Alison Barlow, Dennis Edwards, Joe Partlow, Isaiah Wilson, and Matthew Mullarkey, Chairs
      LPH 229; Breakouts: LPH 213, LPH 214, LPH 222, LPH 223

  • 3:00 pm – 3:30 pm

    • Coffee Break
      LPH Atrium

  • 5:00 pm – 7:00 pm

    • DESRIST 2022 Conference Reception
      LPH 418 – Dean’s Reception Area

Thursday, June 2

  • 8:00 am – 4:00 pm

    • Registration USC
      Ballroom Atrium (Morning) LPH Atrium (Afternoon)

  • 8:30 am – 10:00 am

    • Conference Opening Session
      USC Ballroom (Second Floor)
      • Welcome and Introductions - Alan Hevner and Matthew Mullarkey 
      • USF Welcome & St. Petersburg Welcome
      • Keynote Address – Dr. Agnis Stibe “Designing Transformation with Human Artificial Intelligence”

  • 10:00 am – 10:30 am

    • Coffee Break
      USC Ballroom Atrium*

  • 10:30 am – 12:00 noon

    • Paper Session 1: Transdisciplinary Research and DSR
      Session Chair: Sandeep Purao
      USC Ballroom – Room A
      • “An Information Systems Design Theory for Digital Broker Platforms”
        Katja Bley, Raoul Hentschel and Ilias Pappas
      • “Morphological Analysis for Design Science Research: The Case of Human-Drone Collaboration in Emergencies”
        Mateusz Dolata and Kiram Ben Aleya (Best Paper Nomination)
      • “All Good Things Come in Threes: A Digital Platform for Data-Driven, Interdisciplinary, and Replicable Research” (Research in Progress)
        Barbara Dinter, Sarah Hönigsberg and Oliver Specht
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      • “Emerging Challenges of Evaluating Immersive Virtual Reality Safety Training: An Early Design Science Perspective” (Research in Progress)
        Amir Haj-Bolouri and Matti Rossi
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    • Paper Session 2: Education and DSR
      Session Chair: Robert Winter
      USC Ballroom – Room B
      • “System Design Principles for Intergenerational Knowledge Sharing”
        Irawan Nurhas, Xelia Mattick, Stefan Geisler and Jan Pawlowski
      • “User Experience Requirements of Digital Moderation Systems in South Africa: Using Participatory Design within Design Science Research”
        Vanitha Rajamany, Judy van Biljon and Corné Van Staden
      • “’Designing’ Design Science Research – A Taxonomy for Supporting Study Design Decisions”
        Hanlie Smuts, Robert Winter, Alta Van der Merwe and Aurona Gerber (Best Paper Nomination)

    • Paper Session 3: Emerging DSR Methods
      Session Chair: Jan vom Brocke
      USC Ballroom – Room C
      • “Toward a Method for Reviewing Software Artifacts from Practice”
        Ulrich Gnewuch and Alexander Maedche
      • “A Granular View of Knowledge Development in Design Science Research”
        Nicolas Prat, Jacky Akoka, Isabelle Comyn-Wattiau and Veda Storey
      • “Towards a Scheme for Contribution in Action Design Research”
        Casper Solheim Bojer and Charles Møller

  • 12:00pm – 1:30 pm

    • Lunch Keynote Address
      Ben Shneiderman “Human-Center Artificial Intelligence”
      USC Ballroom and Atrium (Second Floor)

  • 1:30 pm – 3:00 pm

    • Paper Session 4: Transdisciplinary Research and DSR
      Session Chair: Pavankumar Mulgund
      LPH 229
      • “A Personalized Conversational Agent to treat Depression in Youth and Young Adults – A Transdisciplinary Design Science Research Project”
        Florian Onur Kuhlmeier, Ulrich Gnewuch, Stefan Lüttke, Eva-Lotta Brakemeier and Alexander Mädche
      • “Design Principles in Transdisciplinary DSR: A Boundary Object for Boundary Spanning”
        Frederik Möller, Leona Chandra Kruse, Thorsten Schoormann and Boris Otto
      • “Supporting Product Development by a Trend Analysis Tool applying Aspect-Based Sentiment Detection”
        Janik Woerner, Isabel Schmid, Daniel Konadl and Susanne Leist

    • Paper Session 5: Education and DSR
      Session Chair: Aurona Gerber
      LPH 223
      • “Designing Virtual Toolboxes to Guide Educators in Creating Online Learning”
        Lea Blecher, Lara Riefle and Tomi Kauppinen
      • “DSR Teaching Support: A Checklist for Better DSR Research Design Presentations”
        Marcel Cahenzli (Best Student Paper Nomination)

    • Paper Session 6: Emerging DSR Methods
      Session Chair: Alta van der Merwe
      LPH 214
      • “SeniorDT: A Design Thinking-Based Approach to Requirements Engineering Involving Elderly Users”
        Alexandra Jussli, Kathrin Kim, Heiko Gewald and Jason Thatcher
      • “Toward an Information Systems Ontology”
        Roland M. Mueller, Sebastian Huettemann, Kai R. Larsen, Sen Yan and Abram Handler
      • “Uncovering Strategies of Design Principle Development” (Research in Progress)
        Thorsten Schoormann, Frederik Möller and Leona Chandra Kruse
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      • “Addressing the Dichotomy of Theory and Practice in Design Science Research Methodologies” (Research in Progress)
        Christian Daase, Matthias Volk, Daniel Staegemann and Klaus Turowski (Best Student Paper Nomination)
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  • 3:00 pm – 3:30 pm

    • Coffee Break
      LPH Atrium

  • 3:30 pm – 5:00 pm

    • Session 7: Blockchain Information Systems
      Session Chair: Kaushik Dutta
      LPH 229
      • “Transient Random Number Seeds in Permissionless Blockchain Systems"
        Riaan Bezuidenhout, Wynand Nel and Jacques Maritz
      • “Blockchain-Enabled Secure and Smart Healthcare System”
        Debendranath Das, Amudhan Muthaiah and Sushmita Ruj
      • “Design Principles for Establishing Trust in Decentralized Intercompany Capacity Exchange” (Research in Progress)
        Nick Große
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    • Session 8: Sustainable Design
      Session Chair: Nicolas Prat
      LPH 223
      • “Towards Designing Smart Home Energy Applications for Effective Use”
        Saskia Bluhm, Philipp Staudt and Christof Weinhardt (Best Student Paper Nomination)
      • “An Enterprise Risk Management Framework to Design Pro-Ethical AI Solutions” (Research in Progress)
        Quintin McGrath, Alan Hevner and Gert-Jan de Vreede
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      • “Emancipatory Design Science: A Philosophical Theory Alternative to Value Sensitive Design” (Research in Progress)
        Amber Young, Yaping Zhu and Syed Shuva
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    • Session 9: Cybersecurity
      Session Chair: Richard Baskerville
      LPH 214
      • “Designing Information Security Culture Artifacts to Improve Security Behavior: An Evaluation in SMEs”
        Olfa Ismail
      • “Towards a Taxonomy for Classifying Knowledge on Ransomware as a Service (RaaS) Specializations” (Research in Progress)
        Tim Smith and Miloslava Plachkinova
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      • “Words Are Louder Than Actions – Design Requirements for Facilitating Restorative Justice in Data Breaches” (Research in Progress)
        Till Ole Diesterhöft, Marvin Braun, Aycan Aslan, Maike Greve and Lutz M. Kolbe
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  • 5:00 pm – 6:00pm

    • DESRIST Business Meeting
      LPH 229

  • 6:00 pm – 8:00 pm

    • Conference Gala Dinner Presentation
      Mark Cantrell – President and CEO, Florida Orchestra
      USF Student Center (USC) Ballroom

  • 8:00 pm – 10:00 pm

    • Conference Social Event Salvador Dali Museum – Exclusive Access to Exhibits Presentation by Dr. Kim Macuare, Co-Director of Dali Innovation Labs
      Dali Museum

Friday, June 3

  • 8:30 am – 12:00 pm

    • Registration
      LPH Atrium

  • 8:30 am – 10:00 am

    • Session 10: Healthcare Systems
      Session Chair: Monica Chiarini Tremblay
      LPH 223
      • “Empowering refugees for European bureaucracy: Designing a trustworthy mobile app for document management”
        Alexandre Amard, Alexandra Hoess, Alexander Rieger, Tamara Roth and Gilbert Fridgen
      • “A Design Science Approach to Blood Donation Apps”
        Helena Müller and Melanie Reuter-Oppermann (Best Paper Nomination)
      • “Fathers with postpartum depression: A problem-space exploration” Pavankumar Mulgund, Sandeep Purao and Lavlin Agrawal

    • Session 11: Innovation and Entrepreneurship
      Session Chair: Henrik Berglund
      LPH 223
      • “Developing an innovation accounting system for a professional service firm: A design science research project”
        Simon David Arsenidis and Christoph Seckler
      • “Market of Makers – How to Promote Corporate Entrepreneurship with an Effectuation Intervention”
        Sophia Braun and René Mauer (Best Student Paper Nomination)
      • “Models of Impact: A Methodology and a Toolkit to Generate Sustainable Business Models”
        Matthew Manos, Samir Chatterjee and Nagla Alnosayan

    • Session 12: Intelligent Systems and HCI
      Session Chair: Ulrich Gnewuch
      LPH 214
      • “Can Artificial Intelligence Help Used-Car Dealers Survive in a Data-Driven Used-Car Market?”
        Sven Eckhardt, Kilian Sprenkamp, Liudmila Zavolokina, Ingrid Bauer and Gerhard Schwabe
      • “Assessing the Reusability of Design Principles in the Realm of Conversational Agents”
        Edona Elshan, Christian Engel, Philipp Ebel and Dominik Siemon
      • “Let’s Team Up with AI! Toward a Hybrid Intelligence System for Online Customer Service”
        Mathis Poser, Christina Wiethof, Debayan Banerjee, Varun Shankar Subramanian, Richard Paucar and Eva A. C. Bittner (Best Student Paper Nomination)

  • 10:00 am – 10:30 am

    • Coffee Break
      LPH Atrium

  • 10:30 am – 12:00 noon

    • Session 13: Healthcare Systems
      Session Chair: Debra VanderMeer
      LPH 229
      • “A Digitization Pipeline for Mixed-Typed Documents Using Machine Learning and Optical Character Recognition”
        Tizian Matschak, Florian Rampold, Malte Hellmeier, Christoph Prinz and Simon Trang
      • “Just what the Doctor ordered – Towards Design Principles for NLP-based Systems in Healthcare”
        Marvin Braun, Aycan Aslan, Till Ole Diesterhöft, Maike Greve, Alfred Benedikt Brendel and Lutz Kolbe
      • “Towards Space Mining: A Smart Space Management Solution to Minimize Indoor Spreading Risk of COVID-19” (Research in Progress)
        Markus Otto, Gregor Kipping, Michael Gau, Thomas Grisold and Jan vom Brocke
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      • “Towards an IoT Implementation Framework - About a New Building Project of a Hospital in a European Microstate” (Research in Progress)
        Manuel Weber, Gregor Kipping and Jan vom Brocke
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      • “Investigating Symptom Recognition in Colloquial Patient Narratives” (Research in Progress)
        Jennifer Xu and Tamara Babaian
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    • Session 14: Innovation and Entrepreneurship
      Session Chair: Sophia Braun
      LPH 223
      • “The chimera of the simple organization: What is the relevant design knowledge needed to guide small business digital transformation?”
        Sarah Hönigsberg, Malshika Dias, Barbara Dinter and Munir Mandviwalla (Best Paper Nomination)
      • “How to make smart collaboration work in multidisciplinary teams”
        Jolanda Burgers-Pas, Christoph Seckler and Jolanda Burgers 
      • “How to Valuate Impact Startups – Towards a Taxonomy” (Research in Progress) Christin Eckerle, Sarah Manthey and Orestis Terzidis
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    • Session 15: Intelligent Systems and HCI
      Session Chair: Frederik Moller
      LPH 214
      • “Gamified Expert Annotation Systems: Meta-Requirements and Tentative Design” Simon Warsinsky, Manuel Schmidt-Kraepelin, Scott Thiebes, Martin Wagner and Ali Sunyaev
      • “Chatbot Design Features to Increase Productivity” (Research in Progress) Lukas Ramming, Daniel Konadl and Susanne Leist
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      • “Designing AI-driven Inspiration for Design Professions” (Research in Progress) Hans Christian Klein, Sebastian Weber and Bjoern Niehaves
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  • 12:00 noon – 2:00 pm

    • Lunch and Awards Ceremony
      Keynote by Peter Warren Singer “How to Use The Power of a Story Well Told”
      LPH Atrium and Auditorium

  • 2:00 pm – 3:30 pm

    • Session 16: Collaborative DSR
      Session Chair: Pascal Le Masson
      LPH 229
      • “Action Design Research – Models for Researcher-Practitioner Collaboration” Stefan Cronholm and Hannes Göbel
      • “A Proposed Model of Design Knowledge Appropriation and Recommended Practices to Improve Design Knowledge Accumulation”
        Oscar Diaz, John Venable and Xabier Garmendia
      • “Analyzing Design Knowledge Representation in Design Science Research and Deriving Recommendations to Support Design Knowledge Codification” Ernestine Dickhaut, Andreas Janson and Jan Marco Leimeister

    • Prototype Demonstrations
      Chairs: Clinton Daniel and Sidney Fernandes
      LPH 4th Floor – Faculty Suites
      • “Evaluating design science research artefacts: A case of augmented AI”
        Danie Smit, Sunet Eybers and Lee-Anne Bierbaum
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      • “Persuasive Systems to Support Behavior Change in the Context of Higher Education”
        Vanessa Maria Steinherr, Simon Graeber and Alexander Simon Rudenko
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      • “Open Data Product Specification”
        Jarkko Moilanen
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      • “A Serious Game as Online-Application for Dynamic Business Model Adaptation” Ricarda Schlimbach, Benjamin Karatschinez and Susanne Robra-Bissantz
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      • “A Rapid Prediction and Response System (RPARS) to Facilitate Guided Self-Regulation During Pandemics”
        Jeffrey Sweeney, Karthik Srinivasan and Peter Vervest
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      • “Designing Resilient AI-based Robo-Advisors: A Prototype for Real Estate Appraisal”
        Max Schemmer, Patrick Hemmer, Niklas Kühl and Sebastian Schäfer
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      • “Introducing Vicky: A Pedagogical Conversational Agent for the Classification of Learning Styles”
        Bijan Khosrawi-Rad, Paul Keller, Linda Grogorick and Susanne Robra-Bissantz
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      • “How to assemble an Automatic Water Dispenser System – Design of a Learning Station feat. Augmented Reality”
        Jan Wagener and Lukas Rudolf Germut Fitz
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      • “An Extension of PlanDigital: Software Support for Collaborative Idea Management in SMEs”
        Jörg Becker, Andreas Hermann, Torsten Gollhardt, Constantin von Herbay and Ann-Kristin Cordes
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      • “Designing a Tool to conduct Real-Time Delphi Studies in Research Projects” Julien Hofer, David Walter and Ralf Knackstedt
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      • “Video Avatars: A Form of Artificially Intelligent Synthetic Media Used to Augment Communication in the B2B Customer Experience”
        Jill Schiefelbein
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      • “Non-Fungible Tokens (NFT) in Additive Manufacturing: A Digital Tool for Enhancing IPR Protection”
        Alireza Jaribion, Adriaan Knapen, Alberto Xamin, Jan Holmström and Siavash H. Khajavi
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      • “Development of a Strategic Decisional Support System for Soccer”
        Katja Bley, Martin Holthe Rønningen, Paolo Spagnoletti, Ilias Pappas and Raoul Hentschel
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  • 3:30 pm – 4:00 pm

    • Coffee Break
      LPH Atrium

  • 4:00 pm – 5:00 pm

    • Closing Session DESRIST 2022
      Capstone Discussion: Reflections and Future Directions
      Moderator: Alan Hevner
      Discussants: Richard Baskerville, Samir Chatterjee, Sandeep Purao, Maung Sein
      LPH Auditorium

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*LPH denotes Lynn Pippenger Hall, USC denotes University Student Center