i-KNOW 2013: Keynote speakers announced

iknowToday, the keynote speakers for i-KNOW 2013 have been announced:

I would like to use this opportunity to draw your attention to the Call for Papers. Science 2.0 is an important part of the conference. Topics include but are not limited to:

  • New Publication and Research Processes
  • Opportunities and Challenges for Researchers and Research organizations
  • New Indicator Systems to Measure Scientific Quality
  • Awareness-support for Science 2.0 Activities
  • New Paradigms for Scientific Communication
  • New Feedback Mechanisms among Researchers and between Science and Society
  • Empirical Studies on the Use of Web 2.0 Tools for Science 2.0
  • Recommender Systems in Science 2.0
  • Virtual Research Environments
  • Digital Research Libraries
  • Applications in and for Science 2.0
  • Crowd-sourcing in Science
  • Robust Methods for dealing with Noisy Crowd-sourced Data
  • Data Schemes and Interoperability Formats
  • Social Mining and Metadata Extraction in Academic Resources
  • Metadata Quality and Quality Assessment
  • Design and architecture of data sharing facilities
  • Semantic Web Standards for Science 2.0
  • Systems design accounting for standardized data sets

Other tracks include social computing, visual analytics & information visualization, knowledge managementknowledge discovery & data mining, and mobile computing. The deadline for full paper submissions is April 1, 2013. You can find all submission information and the full Call for Papers here.

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