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.
I have two roles at KMi. Research and Business Development is defining client needs as well as identifying innovations and potential markets for the really cool stuff we do. A client facing role set...
My PhD research focuses on the role that interactive web broadcasts play in enhancing distance learning students' sense of community, engagement and learning within STEM modules. My research uses a...
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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
When are household load profiles similar? Comparing distance measures for Smart Meter Data Analytics
This event will take place on Monday 22 July 2019
Marcus Voss - Technische Universitšt
The smart meter roll-out in many countries leads to energy providers, energy value-added service providers, and grid operators having access to increasing amounts of high-resolution load...
Shang Gao - University of Tennessee
Deep Learning for Information Extraction from Cancer Pathology Reports
This event took place on Tuesday 19 March 2019
Monica Ihli - Assistant Professor Librarian, University of Tennessee Libraries
Acknowledgement Lag, Impact, and Community Formation: Data-Driven Approaches for Describing Research Outcomes
This event took place on Monday 28 January 2019
Dr. Matti Nelimarkka - Aalto University, Department of Computer Science
Participation and Human-Computer Interaction
This event took place on Wednesday 23 January 2019
Dr. Ewan Colman
Social behavior and the spread of disease in animal populations
This event took place on Monday 10 December 2018