TRPACE-IS Information Systems Frontiers Problems Academic Conference was Held
(2020-01-03 17:01:18)
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On the afternoon of December 26th, Renmin University of China, School of Information’s Economic Information Management Department held the Tsinghua-Renmin-Peking Academia Colloquium Exchange on Information Systems (TRPACE-IS) Information Systems Frontiers Problems Academic Conference. Over 130 teachers, PhD student and master students from Beijing universities attended the conference. 5 PhD students from THU, RUC and PKU gave research reports.

During the first portion of the conference, THU’s School of Economic Management assistant professor, Guo Xunhua, hosted and THU’s School of Economic Management PhD student, Zhu Runge, gave a report on “Facilitating elaboration and exploration: the effects of virtual reality on consumer experiences”, and discussed the information management and searching behavior in virtual reality environments. RUC’s School of Business PhD student, Zhou Xiaohao, gave a report on “Grassroots entrepreneurship enabled by social media: an exploratory case study”. The report used suverys to introduce how high connectivity and low specificity enhances grassroots entrepreneurship. The report was very useful for social media grassroot entrepreneurship development. PKU’s Guang Hua Management School PhD student, Ma Sijia, gave a report on “Agglomeration among competitors: Evidence of heterogeneous”. The report introduced the effects of new housing demands agglomeration and regional competition and the influence it has and single housing.

The second part of the conference was hosted by RUC’s School of Information assiastant professor, Xu Wei. RUC’s School of Information PhD student, Chen Runyu, gave a report on “Fake negative review detection based on management responses”, and introduced the detection of false negative comments in basic management responses. THU’s Economic Management PhD student, Li Xiangyu gave a report on “Coupling cross networks for shop popularity prediction”, and introduced online brand information to predict the popularity of offline stores.

The teachers and students who attended the meeting, along with the 5 PhD students who gave reports had a positive and deep discussion on the topics that were discussed at the conference, and there were many great suggestions and ideas given. All of the students and teachers who attended the meeting said they got a lot out of the conference.

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