Knowledge Management is a field that bridges the gap between academia and the business world. The Web sites of past conferences can contain useful information, even though the event has already occurred. Examples include reports, white papers, bibliographies, abstracts, and even contact details for participants.
Information Fusion 2004
7th International Conference on Information Fusion. Stockholm, Sweden; 28 June -- 1 July 2004.
27th German Conference on Artificial Intelligence - KI2004
Offers research on theoretical foundations, novel applications and the integration of methods. Includes call for papers, program and local information. Ulm, Germany. (September 20, 2004)
Agent-Mediated Knowledge Management (AMKM-04)
Illustrates methodological, technical and application aspects of Agent-mediated Knowledge Management. Includes call for papers. Valencia, Spain. (August 22, 2004)
Eighth International ISKO Conference
Knowledge Organization and the Global Information Society. Features call for papers, venue and contact information. London, England, UK. (July 13, 2004)
VI International Workshop on Learning Software Organisations - LSO2004
Brings together academia and industry to discuss the advancements and address the questions of continuous learning in software-intensive organizations. Includes call for papers, theme, and registration information. Banff, Alberta, Canada. (June 21, 2004)
The Future of the European Knowledge Society
An event from Club of Amsterdam. Features registration. Amsterdam. (January 28, 2004)
FGWM 2003
Provides an interdisciplinary forum for researchers and practitioners for exchanging ideas and innovative applications around knowledge and experience management. Features registration and accepted papers. Karlsruhe. (October 06, 2003)
AAAI Symposium on Agent-mediated Knowledge Management (AMKM 2003)
Methodological, technical and application aspects of agent-mediated Knowledge Management. Features post-symposium proceedings availability. (March 24, 2003)
IEEE Visualization 2000
Collaboration among developers and users of visualization methods across all of science, engineering, medicine, and commerce. Salt Lake City, UT. Features conference highlights and paper archives. (October 08, 2000)
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