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KMi wins over 2 million euros in funding from H2020

Wednesday 26 August 2015KMi News Image

Once again, the lab has been successful in winning significant sums of funding from Horizon 2020. As a result, we are pleased to announce four new projects due to begin in January 2016.   The lab won funding for four of the six successful ICT projects at The Open University. These projects will be pushing the boundaries in terms of moving analytics into the everyday, helping to deliver...


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Changing the way businesses look at textiles

Friday 14 August 2015
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The TCBL project kicked off last month – What’s it all about?   Textile & Clothing Business Labs (TCBL) aims to create a transformational ecosystem capable of constantly innovating with the business and process models of the European...


Student Analytics mentioned on BBC

Friday 31 July 2015
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On Tuesday 28 July the BBC posted a news story about how students at the OU are going to have their progress monitored by software to spot if they need any extra support. This related to Zdenek Zdrahal's project - OU Analyse. KMi's new...

KMi technologies feature in the FT

Wednesday 29 July 2015
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The Financial Times published an article at the weekend on how universities, including The Open University, are using student data to predict academic performance. Our former Director, Peter Scott, introduced journalist, Helen Warrell  to OU Analyse,...


Angelo reports on SSSW 2015

Friday 17 July 2015
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Last week, the 11th Summer School on Ontological Engineering and the Semantic Web took place. Unlike other years, it was  held in Bertinoro (Italy) instead of Cercedilla (Spain) and relied on an extended organising committee such as Mathieu...

Augmented Reality on Show

Last week Mobile Applications Developer from KMi, Paul Hogan gave a 45 minute presentation on KMi’s work with Augmented Reality (AR)...

Inquiry-Based Learning with Online Labs and Mobile Apps

Representatives from the European projects weSPOT and Go-Lab organised and delivered a joint hands-on workshop at the JTEL summer school,...

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Knowledge Media Institute (KMi)
Salary starting at £62,813
Based in Milton Keynes
Permanent position

This is a permanent appointment as Research Professor at the Open Universitys Knowledge Media Institute (KMi), an 80-strong interdisciplinary laboratory founded in 1995 and located in attractive offices at The Open Universitys main campus in Milton Keynes, UK. KMi undertakes high-profile advanced research and development in Knowledge Media: a convergence of research in Cognitive and Learning...

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