KDNet Symposium on Knowledge-Based Services for the Public Sector

Ina Lauth ina.lauth at ais.fhg.de
Mon Feb 2 04:34:55 EST 2004

Apologies for multiple posting

Call for Papers

KDNet Symposium on Knowledge-Based Services for the Public Sector Bonn,
Germany, June 3-4, 2004 http://symposium.kdnet.org/

KDNet, the European Knowledge Discovery Network of Excellence, is
organizing a symposium to present Knowledge Discovery (KD) research
projects and applications aimed at information management in the public
sector. The symposium is structured in a number of workshops concerning
different aspects of KD in the public sector. Currently, three workshops
and an exposition for the demos are scheduled. Workshops are:


The symposium will maintain a balance between theoretical issues and
descriptions of case studies to promote synergy between theory and
practice. Therefore, the target group is that of researchers and
applicants of KD tools from the academia, research institutions,
government organisations and industry. The meeting will allow
participants to learn about the many different applications of KD in the
public sector.

Paper submission

Research work presenting theoretical results, basic and applied
research, perspective solutions and practical developments are welcome,
provided they address the topic of one of the workshops. For more
information on workshop topics please refer to the home page of
workshops available at http://symposium.kdnet.org/ Papers should be
original and not previously published elsewhere. Position papers (4 page
abstracts) of current projects including new solution ideas and visions
statements are also welcome.

Submissions must refer to one of the three workshops and should comply
submission procedures indicated for each workshop. All submissions will
be reviewed by the respective program committees. Extended/revised
versions of selected papers will be considered for inclusion in an
edited book

Important dates

- Submission deadline: Monday March 15, 2004
- Notification of acceptance: Thursday April 15, 2004
- Early registration: Saturday May 1, 2004
- Camera-ready copies due: Wednesday May 5, 2004
- Workshops: Monday June 3 through Tuesday June 4, 2004


A number of grants will be available in order to help students to take
part in the symposium. Priority will be given to authors of accepted
papers. Proof of student status will be required.

Symposium Initiator

Donato Malerba
Department of Informatics, University of Bari, Italy malerba at di.uniba.it

KDNet Office

Codrina Lauth
Fraunhofer Institute for Autonomous Intelligent Systems (AIS), Sankt
Augustin, Germany codrina.lauth at ais.fraunhofer.de


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