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Call for Participation: TRIPLE-I

by Martin Frericks last modified Aug 13, 2007 03:25 PM

International Conference on Knowledge Management, New Media Technology and Semantic Systems

5-7 September 2007
Graz, Austria

http://www.triple-i.info/

The TRIPLE-I Conference series is a joint venture of the conferences I-KNOW, I-MEDIA and I-SEMANTICS. TRIPLE-I reflects the increasing importance and convergence of knowledge management, new media technologies and semantic systems. This unique concept aims at bridging the gaps between the various communities and their technology fields.

Building upon the reputation of the conference series I-KNOW and SEMANTICS, the upcoming event addresses representatives from academia, industry and public administrations. TRIPLE-I will offer its participants a unique platform to present state-of-the-art research & development, and to get an overview of the most innovative IT technologies, content applications, knowledge management trends and emerging market opportunities.

The program includes more than 80 scientific presentations from all over the world. A German-speaking industry track offers further 40 presentations, as well as an exhibition for all conference participants. Three internationally renowned experts will give keynote presentations. Please visit the website at www.triple-i.info for the detailed program including the schedule and the keynoters' short biographies:

  • Peter H. Reiser, SUN
    Principal Engineer at SUN Microsystems
  • Marc Smith, Microsoft Research
    Head of Community Technologies Group at Microsoft Research
  • Martin Eppler
    Professor at University of Lugano

More than 300 participants have already registered by the end of July 2007.

We look forward to welcoming you to Graz in September 2007!

Best regards,

Klaus Tochtermann
Know-Center, Graz University of Technology Werner Haas
JOANNEUM Research

Frank Kappe, Hermann Maurer
Graz University of Technology

Arno Scharl
MODUL University Vienna

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