Date: May 1-3, 2016
Venue: University of Michigan, Ann Arbor, USA
The conference aims to provide a forum for the exchange of ideas on the latest international business innovation developments in the field of management among researchers and practitioners in universities and industries, and to seek opportunities for collaboration among the participants. The conference is also expected to foster networking, collaboration and joint effort among the conference participants to advance the theory and practice as well as to identify major trends in business decision making model for sustainable consumption and production. The ISBITM conferences have been very successful in attracting participations from all over the world. Currently, there are European BITM, African BITM and Asia Pacific BITM for our regional development.
The main theme is Sustainable Consumption and Production in Business Decision Making Model
Anthony SF CHIU
Chair Professor, De La Salle University, Philippines
Asst Prof., University of Michigan, USA
Organizing Committee Chair
Professor, Lunghwa University of S&T, Taiwan
Professor, Lunghwa University of S&T, Taiwan
Professor, University of Derby, UK
Kim Hua Tan
Professor, University of Nottingham, UK
Hing Kai Chan
Professor, University of Nottingham, China
– International Society for Business Innovation and Technology Management
– University of Michigan, USA
– De La Salle University, Philippines
– University of Derby, UK
– University of Nottingham, UK and China
– Lunghwa University of Science and Technology, Taiwan
Topic of Interests
– Sustainable Consumption and Production
– Decision Making Model
– Operations Research
– Management Science
– Technology Management
– Green Innovation
– Sustainable Development
– Industrial Ecology
– Sustainable and Green Supply Chain Management
– Other Related Fields
Plenary Speakers (to be invited)
Ming Xu, editor-in-chief, RCR
International Advisory Team
David Ness, University of South Australia
JK He, Tsinghwa Univ.
QH Zhu, Shanghai Jiaotung Univ
Richard Fung, City University of HK
Paul Forster, HKUST
Louie Divinagracia, University Pelita Harapan
Pujuwan Nyoman, Sepuluh Nopember Surabaya University
Tsuyoshi Fujita, NIES
Hung Suck Park, Ulsan University
Purba Rao, Asian Inst of Management
Eppie Clark, De La Salle University
Harn Wei Kua, National University of Singapore
Peiris, VidyaRupage Sena, NCPC
Tomohiko Sakao, Linkoping University
Suren Erkman, University of Lausanne
Frank Boons, Erasmus University
Kitikorn Charmondusit, Mahidol U.
Pisal Yenyaree, SIIT, Thammasat U.
Korbkul Jantarakolica, RMUTR
Tatre Jantarakolica, Thammasat U.
Remen Lin, Yunlin Univ of S&T
Bob Yang, Yunlin Univ of S&T
C.C. Tsai, Ocean Univ of S&T
H.C. Wang, Cheng Kung University
Y.H. Lin, Mingdao University
H.C. Huang, Sport University
Anthony Halog, Univ of Maine
Jennifer H Grenville, Univ of Oregon
John Groth, Texas University
Joseph Sarkis, Clark University
K.H. Tan, University of Nottingham
H.K. Chan, University of Nottingham
M.K. Lim, University of Derby
Submission of Abstract & Full Paper (Deadline) Feb. 28, 2016
Notification of Acceptance Mar. 01, 2016
Early Bird Registration (Deadline) Mar. 30, 2016
Regular Registration starts Apr. 01, 2016
Conference Dates May 01-03, 2016
Early bird fee: USD 420; Regular fee: USD 480
Early bird student fee: USD 320; Student fee: USD 380
Regular Papers Submission
Authors should electronically submit full paper in MS WORD document, 5 pages (two columns fort 10 including pictures and diagrams), to EMAIL: firstname.lastname@example.org. The first page of the paper must contain the titles, names and affiliations of the authors, email address, and four keywords/phrases. Please identify the corresponding author giving full contact information including email address. Please follow the conference FORMAT (to be attached).
The Program Committee also solicits proposals for invited sessions within the technical scope of the conference. Each proposal for an invited session should describe the theme and scope of the proposed session and how the papers form a cohesive set that complement the session topic. One session typically contains six (6) papers. The proposal must contain the title and the theme of the session and a list of paper titles, names and email addresses of the corresponding authors. Session proposals must be submitted to email@example.com. Invited sessions are addressed to Ming-Lang Tseng.
All papers submitted in the conference will undergo rigid peer review process. Only excellent papers that will pass the review process will be accepted and published in the ISBITM journals and book of abstracts. Electronic copy of the proceedings in USB/CD will be provided at the conference venue (Proceedings with ISSN).
Excellent papers accepted and presented in this conference will be reviewed and recommended for publication in the following journals: Journal of Philippine Institute of Industrial Engineers; Journal of APBITM; Progress of BITM and others. The outstanding conference papers will be recommended directly to the guest editors of the SSCI/SCI journal special issues in 2016, namely: IJPE, RCR, and IMDS, who are present in the conference.
Ann Arbor, USA
Experience the Ann Arbor area during the spring months as you wander one of America’s Best Main Streets! Get outside and kayak the Huron River or bike the border-to-border! Explore our world-class museums, including three on the campus of the University of Michigan. While in town, you won’t want to miss our diverse dining scene, it’s one of the best in the Midwest! Spend some time with us this summer and discover your Ann Arbor!
Conference URL: http://www.isbitm.org/