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Triple-I (I-Know, I-Media and I-Semantics) CfP Deadline extended due to 21.05.2007

by Michael Granitzer last modified May 09, 2009 07:56 PM
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When Sep 05, 2007 - Sep 07, 2007
Deadline May 21, 2007
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TRIPLE-I: The Innovations Conference for Knowledge Management, New Media Technology and Semantic Technologies, 5 - 7 September 2007, Graz, Austria,

The TRIPLE-I Conference series is a joint venture of the conferences
I-KNOW - International Conference on Knowledge Management

I-MEDIA - International Conference on New Media Technology

I-SEMANTICS - International Conference on Semantic Technology

TRIPLE-I reflects the increasing importance and convergence of knowledge management, new media technologies and semantic technologies. This unique concept aims at bridging the gaps between the various communities and their technology fields.

This lets participants of all three conferences benefit from the synergies of these events, in particular from the presence of a range of different yet related perspectives at the same time and place. I-KNOW, I-MEDIA and I-SEMANTICS will continue to take place in Graz, the capital of Styria in the south of Austria. An interesting town to visit the whole year round, Graz and its surroundings are particularly rewarding in summer. The social events of the conference will give you a first taste, but you just might want to plan on staying a little longer.

The upcoming event addresses representatives from academia, industry and public administrations. TRIPLE-I will offer its participants a unique platform either to present latest and leading edge developments or to catch up with the developments of most innovative IT technologies, content applications, business models and emerging market opportunities.

Triple-I invites the submission of original contributions from academic, public and industrial/commercial sectors. The conference focus is on application-oriented research with emphasis on information technologies for knowledge management and new management tools and methods. We welcome papers which present methods, tools, technologies, best practices and case studies.

Regular paper submissions for I-KNOW may include but are not limited to:

- Identifying Relationships between different kinds of Knowledge Entities
- Service-oriented Architectures for Knowledge Management Systems
- Service-based Knowledge Management
- Orchestration of Knowledge Management Services
- Distributed Knowledge Management
- Social Network Analysis
- Knowledge Work Productivity
- Communication and Collaboration in Knowledge Management
- Context and Usage Pattern Identification and Management
- Agile Approaches to Knowledge Management

Regular paper submissions for I-MEDIA may include but are not limited to:

- Web 2.0 Applications for Content Providers
- Business Models for New Media
- Social Media Platforms
- User-Generated Content
- Cross-Media Content Production and Delivery
- Cross-Media Search and Retrieval
- New Media Services
- Innovative User Interfaces for Media Devices
- The Geospatial Web
- Marketing of Products and Services via New Media

Regular paper submissions for I-SEMANTICS may include but are not limited to:

- Semantic Social Software
- Semantic Wikis and Weblogs
- Semantic Desktop
- Social Tagging and Folksonomies
- Ontology Engineering
- Terminology Management
- Visualisation of Semantic Models
- Interoperability, Integration and Reasoning
- Semantic Web Applications
- Experiences, Studies and Metrices

21 May 2007: Full paper submission (4-8 pages)
18 June 2007: Notification of acceptance
13 July 2007: Final version (8 pages)
5-7 September 2007: TRIPLE-I Conference

For Author Guidelines and Information about uploading your submission please visit the respective conference homepage.

Kind regards,
Klaus Tochtermann & Tassilo Pellegrini
TRIPLE-I Conference Chairs

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