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.
Responsible for helping to provide high quality services and deliver the best possible results as quickly as possible. Believes that smooth communication and motivation is the basis of efficient...
I am a PhD student at KMi, Open University working under the supervision of Dr. Harith Alani and Dr. Miriam Fernandez. My interests are around mining and understanding what the users talk about over...
"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
This event will take place on Monday 18 November 2019
Ph.D Heloisa Candello - IBM Research Brazil
User Evaluation of Multi-party Conversational Systems. Recent advances in artificial intelligence, natural language processing, and mobile computing, together with the rising popularity of chat...
Marcus Voss - Technische Universitšt
When are household load profiles similar? Comparing distance measures for Smart Meter Data Analytics
This event took place on Monday 22 July 2019
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