Sunday, 7 August 2011

IC-ININFO 2011: International Conference on Integrated Information

IC-ININFO-2011 is an international interdisciplinary conference covering research and development in the field of information management and integration. Furthermore, IC-ININFO-2011 aims to bring together scientists, engineers and product designers in order to fill the gap between research and development.

The conference will be held from 29 September to 3 October on the Greek island of KOS. Sessions will include:
  • 4th Symposium on Business and Management and Dynamic Simulation Models supporting management strategies
  • Information content preservation as outcome of Conservation of Cultural Heritage: Ethics, Methodology and Tools
  • Graph Motifs in Information Networks
  • Artists’ Responses to the Museum after 1900 and the Writing of Art History
  • Contemporary issues in Management: Organisational Behaviour, Information Technology, Education & Hospital leadership
  • Electronic Publishing: A developing landscape
  • Open access repositories: self-archiving, metadata, content policies, usage
  • Evidence-Based Information in Clinical Practice
  • Information and Knowledge Management
  • 2nd AMICUS Workshop: "Motifs in Cultural and Scientific Narratives"
  • Symposium on Advances Information for Strategic Management
  • Symposium on Business Management and Communication Strategies supporting Decision Making Process in Tourism Sector
  • Information History: Perspectives, methods and current topics
  • Divergence and convergence: information work in digital cultural memory institutions
Co-organisers of the last-mentioned session, Dr. Susan Myburgh (University of South Australia) and Dr Anna Maria Tammaro (University of Parma), have issued a Call for Papers (6 August 2011) with a deadline of 7 September. Authors of accepted papers do not necessarily have to travel to KOS.

Further information...

(Via Conrad Taylor and the KIDMM list)

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