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2nd International Symposium on Digital Transformation

The second International Symposium on Digital Transformation is a follow up to the successful first edition that was held in February 2022. This event is organized and coordinated by Linnaeus University´s Knowledge environment Digital transformations which works interdisciplinary and connects different subjects, departments, faculties and scholars from Linnaeus University and beyond. Together with our international colleagues, one of our goals is to collaboratively take a versatile approach to societal challenges in various areas influenced by digitalization.

We invite researchers from all regions in the world to contribute to this event by submitting an abstract related to one of the seven tracks as described below. We also invite practitioners who work with both technical and non-technical aspects of digital transformation to join us. Keynote speakers who have carried out significant research within digital transformation will share with us their knowledge and experiences making this an unforgettable event.

The symposium will be held both online and on campus. 

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Important submission dates

Due to multiple requests from scholars interested in our symposium we have decided to extend the deadline for submissions. Note that there are two more weeks to work on your 2 pages abstract. The new deadline for submission is March 29th. We look forward to your contribution.

  • Deadline for submitting abstracts: March 29, 2023
  • Notification for acceptance: May 1, 2023

Each contribution is asked to aim for 10-12 minute presentations (Early research 7-8 min). On-site participants: please bring your laptop to be able to join chats and possible group discussions with online participants.

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A sustainable event

The conference “2nd International Symposium on Digital Transformation” is a sustainability-assured meeting in accordance with Linnaeus University’s guidelines for sustainable events. These guidelines are linked to the 17 global goals in Agenda 2030 and comprise the three dimensions of sustainable development: the economic, the social, and the environmental. 

Learn more about Linnaeus University´s sustainable events here.

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