The Hawaii International Conference on System Sciences (HICSS) has been known worldwide as the longest-standing working scientific conferences in Information Technology Management. Since 1968, HICSS has provided a highly interactive working environment for top scholars from academia and the industry from over 60 countries to exchange ideas in various areas of information, computer, and system sciences. HICSS ranks second in citation ranking among 18 Information Systems (IS) conferences , third in value to the MIS field among 13 Management Information Systems (MIS) conferences , and second in conference rating among 11 IS conferences .
Check out links to the interactive visuals below to appreciate the scientific work at HICSS.
- HICSS influence over time
- Prevalence of topics discussed at HICSS
- Growth of HICSS research tracks by year
- HICSS contributors
You are welcome to join us at our conference or participate as author, minitrack chair, leader of symposia, workshop, and tutorial, and/or sponsor. Visit hicss.hawaii.edu to learn more about HICSS and how to participate.
 Hock Chan, Hee-Woong Kim, and Weai Chee Tan, Information System Citation Patterns from ICIS Articles, Journal of the American Society for Information Science and Technology, Vol. 57 (#9) July 2006, pp. 1263-1274.
 Kent A. Walstrom and Bill C. Hardgrave, Forums for information systems scholars: III, Information & Management, Vol. 39 (2001) pp. 117-124.
 Bill C. Hardgrave and Kent A. Walstrom, Forums for MIS Scholars, Communications of the ACM, Vol. 40 (#11) November 1997, pp. 119-124.