STPIS 2022 in Reykjavík

A yearly Conference

Reykjavík, Iceland

19-21. August 2022

The 8th International Conference on Socio-Technical Perspective in IS development (STPIS’22) will take place in Reykjavík, Iceland during 19-21. August 2022. The accepted papers will be published in our proceedins and selected papers will be invited to submit an extended version of their work to a special issue of a journal (see more info here).

The registration fee for the on-site conference is 300 euros. The registration fee for online participation is 30 euros. The link for registration is here:

Once you have submitted your registration details, you will get a unique payment link to complete your payment of the conference fee. Note that at least one author has to be registered for each accepted paper.

The CEUR author agreement form that has to be signed prior to publication can be found here:

STPIS is a conference that focuses on the importance of socio-technical perspective in research and practice. A socio-technical perspective sees an organization as a combination of two components – a social and a technical one. The real pattern of behaviour in the organization is determined by how well these parts fit each other. While analysing system problems of getting things done, adequate consideration should be given to technology as well as informal and formal interactions of people.

Despite that a socio-technical perspective has been around for over a half century, it is often forgotten in the IS discourse today. Consequently, many “new approaches” appear to reflect on IS systems problems, such as modern IT systems poorly adjusted to the external or/and internal environment (e.g., market, organizational culture) of organizations in which they are (to be) deployed. We strongly believe that it is high time the social-technical perspective took its proper place in IS research, practice and teaching.

Special issues:

In addition to the proceedings, we will organize a special issue in Complex Systems Informatics and Modeling Quarterly where selected papers related to that topic will be invited to be extended and submitted for review to the special issue. These papers will have to pass a double-blind peer review process. More information about the journal is on:

In addition to that, selected papers related specifically to the topic of socio-technical perspectives on learning and digital work, will be invited to be further extended and submitted to Journal of Workplace Learning. More information about the journal is on:

There will be a best student paper award (so please indicate if one of the main contributors is a MSc or PhD student in Easychair, when submitting the paper).

Our collaborators:

ItAIS and MCIS 2022

IFIP International Symposium on Human Aspects of Information Security & Assurance (HAISA 2022)

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