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KMi invites external speakers to present their work to the lab. We also welcome approaches from researchers who are interested to present their work. Please contact either the KMi staff member who is working in your field, or the seminars coordinator, Anna De Liddo.

Events take place at the KMi Podium (Berrill Building, 4th Floor North) unless otherwise stated.

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Future Events

Dr Albert Meroņo

The Statistics of Stairway to Heaven: a Semantic story about Digital Humanities

Key fields in the Humanities such as History and Musicology are central in the major transformation carried by the Digital Humanities (DH). A fundamental question in DH is how humanities datasets can be represented digitally, in such a way...

Presenter: Dr Albert Meroņo
Organisation:
Webcast time: 11:30
Webcast date: Thursday 09 March 2017
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Past Events

Towards data justice? Reframing the datafication debate

This presentation explores the meaning of social justice in an age of datafication. It is premised on two significant developments: 1) the shift to a focus on the collection and processing of massive amounts of data across social life and 2)...

Presenter: Dr Lina Dencik
Organisation: School of Journalism, Media and Cultural Studies, Cardiff University
Webcast date: Wednesday 22 February 2017
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Early Detection of Research Topics

The ability to promptly recognise new research trends is strategic for many stakeholders, such as academics, institutional funding bodies, academic publishers and companies. While the state of the art presents several works on the...

Presenter: Angelo Salatino
Organisation: Knowledge Media Institute
Webcast date: Wednesday 08 February 2017
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How Blockchain Technology Will Change Industries

Hugh Halford-Thompson of BTL will give an introduction to blockchain technologies before talking in more detail about various use cases across different sectors including payments and settlement, reconciliation, and traceability. He will...

Presenter: Hugh Halford-Thompson
Organisation: Quickbitcoin
Webcast date: Tuesday 24 May 2016
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Diagrammatic Ontology Engineering

Ontology engineering is a difficult activity and requires both domain knowledge and expertise in modelling notations such as OWL. The symbolic-like nature of OWL and, even more so, description logics can pose a barrier to entry for those who...

Presenter: Dr Gem Stapleton
Organisation:
Webcast date: Tuesday 24 May 2016
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Insights from psychology and language how theories of human reasoning and human language are relevant to computer science

Cognitive psychology and theories of language have had an impact on the development of computer science for many decades.  Early work in cognitive psychology influenced, and was influenced by computer scientists, whilst research on human...

Presenter: Paul Warren
Organisation:
Webcast date: Wednesday 04 May 2016
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Jobs

Research Assistant / Associate

Knowledge Media Institute (KMi)
Ģ29,301 - Ģ38,183
Based in Milton Keynes
Temporary contract until 31st December 2018

The Knowledge Media Institute (KMi) is looking for a Research Assistant or a Research Associate to work jointly on two EU funded projects. The HUB4FIRE project will strengthen and coordinate the work done by ongoing and upcoming projects, focusing...

Research Assistant / Associate

Knowledge Media Institute (KMi)
Ģ29,301 - Ģ38,183
Based in Milton Keynes
Temporary contract until 31st December 2019

The Knowledge Media Institute (KMi) is looking for a Research Assistant or a Research Associate (depending on qualification), to work on an EU funded project – Up2U. The project will be focusing on the context of secondary schools, often referred...

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