KMi is a multidisciplinary R&D lab that has been at the forefront of innovation for the past 20 years. We lead in a number of areas, including Semantic Technologies, Educational Media, Social Media Analysis, Big Data, Smart Cities, IoT and others.
Stefan Rüger is a Professor of Knowledge Media at the Knowledge Media Institute of The Open University, a Honorary Professor (2009-2014) at the Department of Computer Science, University of Waikato,...
My aim is to create new methods to model, predict and understand human behaviour from big data sets.
"If you are or want to be a brilliant mind, this is where you want to be!"
Valentina Presutti, Institute of Cognitive Science and Technologies, Italy
"I cannot imagine going to a conference without experiencing deep scientific conversations with KMiers!"
Raphaël Troncy, EURECOM: Graduate School & Research Center, France
"Top location for SW research for decades and going strong!"
Pascal Hitzler, Wright State University, USA
Dr. Ewan Colman
Social behavior and the spread of disease in animal populations
This event took place on Monday 10 December 2018
Dr. David Camacho - Universidad Autónoma de Madrid
A gentle introduction to Community Finding Detection Algorithms
This event took place on Friday 30 November 2018
Christopher Stahl - Oak Ridge National Laboratory
Cobra, Piranha, and Other Deadly Animals: An Overview of Publication Mining Research at Oak Ridge National Laboratory
This event took place on Monday 29 October 2018
Daniel Garijo - University of Southern California
Knowledge-Powered Model Integration in Environmental and Social Sciences: Challenges and Solutions
This event took place on Friday 26 October 2018