KMS: Knowledge Management Systems

Background

Knowledge management (KM) focuses on capturing knowledge created in an organization and making it available to those who need it to make decisions.

Knowledge Management System (KMS) refers to an information and communication technology system for managing knowledge in organizations for supporting creation, capture, storage and dissemination of information.

A KM system aims to enable employees to have ready access to the organization’s documented base of facts, sources of information, and solutions.

KMS can be used for a wide range of cooperative, collaborative and hierarchy communities, virtual organizations, societies and other virtual networks, to manage content, activities, interactions and workflows. With the support of KMS, users can extract and generate new knowledge, enhance, leverage and transfer knowledge in new outcomes providing new services using new formats and interfaces and different communication channels.

This special session aims in promoting and encouraging research efforts in the wide area of knowledge management systems, covering a number of topics and technological areas.

 

Topics of interest for this special session include, but not limited to:

  • Collective intelligence for knowledge management
  • Group support systems, collaboration and knowledge management
  • Information retrieval, discovery for knowledge management
  • Knowledge management and semantic technologies
  • User profiling, personalization and recommender systems for knowledge management
  • Social platforms and knowledge management
  • Architectures of knowledge management systems
  • Open Source Software for knowledge management
  • Knowledge management systems interoperability
  • Knowledge management systems engineering
  • Knowledge management systems evaluation

 

Session Chairs:

  • Professor, Gregoris Mentzas, NTUA, Greece
  • Assistant Professor Dimitris Apostolou, University of Piraeus, Greece

 

 Program Session Committee:

  • Kostas Metaxiotis, University of Piraeus, Greece
  • Ljiljana Stojanovic, FZI, Germany
  • John Papadakis, Ionian University, Greece
  • Kostas Chrisidis, glispa, Germany
  • Adreas Papadakis, ASPETE, Greece
  • Andreas Abecker, disy GmbH, Germany

 

Important Dates:

 Click here for important dates     http://iisa2015.unipi.gr/important-dates/

 

Contact Information:

Assistant Professor Dimitris Apostolou, University of Piraeus, Department of Informatics

e-mail: dapost@unipi.gr