[Conference] Call for Papers: Knowledge Generation, Communication and Management, June/July 2008, Orlando, USA

[German title: [Konferenz] Aufruf für Artikel-Beiträge: Knowledge Generation, Communication and Management, Juni/Juli 2008, Orlandu, USA (Translate text to: Deutsch)]


The 2nd International Conference on Knowledge Generation, Communication and Management: KGCM 2008, June 29th – July 2nd, 2008 – Orlando, Florida, USA
(in the context of The 12th World Multi-Conference on Systemics, Cybernetics and Informatics: WMSCI 2008)

February 7th, 2008: Submission of draft papers (2000-5000), extended abstracts (400-2000) and abstracts for-presentation-only (200-500 words) …

Generated knowledge is usually communicated. Implicit or explicit management of knowledge generation and communications is usually required for both: knowledge generation and communication. Knowledge management requires as well knowledge generation and/or communication, i.e. meta-knowledge regarding knowledge management, which has been explicitly being addressed on the organizational level. These three knowledge’s dimensions are highly related among each other.
Information and communications Technologies are increasingly supporting the effectiveness and the efficiency on Knowledge generations, communication and management, as well as the relationships among them. Consequently, a main purpose of KGCM 2008 is to bring together researchers, professionals, academics, consultants and practitioners related to any of these three areas, to relationships among them as well as those who are related to the conception, design or implementations of systems, tools and technologies oriented to support knowledge generation, communications and/or management.

Special Symposia

  • The 3rd International Symposium on Knowledge Communication and Conferences: KCC 2008
  • The 3rd International Symposium on Knowledge Communication and Peer Reviewing: KCPR 2008

Conference’s Major Themes

  • Knowledge Communication
  • Knowledge Communication and Conferences (KCC 2008)
  • Knowledge verification and validation
  • Peer Reviewing
  • Scientific and Technical Publishing
  • Electronic Publishing
  • Electronic Libraries
  • Additional Topics, suggested by the members of Program Committee for KGCM 2008
    • Analytical Communication vs. Knowledge Communication
    • Environmental Knowledge
    • Expertise Location; Expertise Capture
    • Faith and Knowledge: Relationships
    • How AI Techniques have been used in Knowledge Management
    • KGCM and Terminology of Studies/Management
    • Knowledge and the Societal System s Memory
    • Knowledge Application and Knowledge Distribution
    • Knowledge Based Systems and their Applications
    • Knowledge Communication and Competitive Intelligence
    • Knowledge Communication and Learning from Primary School to University: Giving Students a Method they will be Able to Apply in Different Areas
    • Analytical Communication vs. Knowledge Generation
    • Knowledge Discovery with Database Management Systems
    • Knowledge Generation: Experimental Settings vs. Formalized Mechanisms
    • Knowledge Modeling
    • Knowledge on Industrial Systems and Plant Engineering (Models and Drawings)
    • Knowledge Reception, Depreciation, Evaluation and Estimation
    • Knowledge Representation and Evolution
    • Knowledge Transfer
    • Knowledge Verification: Formalized Methods of Verification via Communication (by Communities, etc.)
    • Knowledge Visualization
    • Knowledge, non-Knowledge and the Future of the Society
    • Analytical Communication vs. Knowledge Management
    • Knowledge-Based Control
    • Methods of Analytical Communication
    • Methods of Knowledge Generation
    • Methods of Knowledge Management
    • Mobile Knowledge Generation
    • Mobile Knowledge Sharing
    • Networking & Computing Trends in Knowlege Management Systems
    • New Tools for Distance Learning (Higher Efficiency for Compression of Text and Graphic Images; Distance Learning for People with Deafness; Adaptive Presentation of Compound Images (Containing Texts, Pictures, etc.))
    • Open Access and Open Source
    • Personal Knowledge Management and Knowledge Generation
    • Convergence of Learning and Knowledge Management, Communities and Knowledge Generation/Communications
    • Random vs. Symmetric Knowledge
    • Relationships between Knowledge Engineering and Service Engineering
    • Relationships between Knowledge Generation and Knowledge Representation
    • The Knowledge Uncertainty in Decision Process
    • Data Disseminations and Quality of Service, Knowedge Acquirement and Representation
    • Data Warehousing and Data Mining
    • Digital Watermarking/Information Security
    • e-Learning
    • Engineering Education
  • Knowledge Generation
  • Knowledge Management
  • Knowledge Engineering
  • Knowledge Representation
  • Relationships between Knowledge Communication and Knowledge Generation
  • Relationships between Knowledge Communications and Knowledge Management
  • Relationships between Knowledge Generation and Knowledge Management
  • Means and methods for Knowledge Generation and Communication: KGC


  • February 7th, 2008: Submission of draft papers (2000-5000), extended abstracts (400-2000) and abstracts for-presentation-only (200-500 words)
  • February 7th, 2008: Invited Sessions proposals. Acceptance of invited session proposals will be done in about one week of its proposal via the respective conference web form, and final approval will be done after the inclusion of at least five papers in the respective session
  • March 3rd, 2008: Notifications of acceptance.
  • March 26th, 2008: Submission of camera-ready or final versions of the accepted papers.
  • June 29th, 2008: Conference Starts
  • July 2nd, 2008: Conference Ends

For more information go to the conference website.

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