KM Conference 2016, 22 - 25 June 2016, ISEG - University of Lisbon, Portugal

Themes: Knowledge Management, Learning, Information Technology

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Important Dates/Deadlines

  • Submission Deadline of complete papers or abstracts: February 1, 2016 Extended February 21, 2016
  • Reviews and responses to authors: March 1, 2016 Extended March 22, 2016
  • Submission of the final version of accepted papers or abstracts: April 5, 2016 Extended April 12, 2016

What to Submit

  • Full pedagogy/research papers (including work in progress)
  • Abstracts
  • Panels

All submissions are double-blind refereed. See submission requirements here.

High-marked papers will be fast-tracked for publication in the Online Journal of Applied Knowledge Management (OJAKM - ISSN 2325-4688), the official publication of the International Institute for Applied Knowledge Management. Other papers and abstracts will be published in the Conference Proceedings.

Registration fee

Early registration (before April 12, 2016), 325 USD
Late registration (after April 12, 2016), 375 USD

Suggested Topics

KM Conference invites empirical and conceptual papers dealing with theoretical and practical aspects of knowledge management, including, but not limited to:

  • Adaptive systems
  • Architectures and design of KM systems
  • Biometrics, Bioinformatics and Healthcare
  • Cybersecurity, Information Security, Ethical and Privacy Concerns
  • e-Learning, m-Learning, Experiential Learning, and Gamification
  • Global and Cross-Cultural Aspects of KM
  • Human Computer Interaction, Multimedia, and Knowledge Visualization
  • Human, Intellectual, Social, and Structural Capital
  • Information Society and Social Networks
  • Integration of Knowledge
  • KM - Analytics, Intelligence and Problem Solving
  • KM - Future Applications and Technology
  • KM - Project and Risk Management
  • KM - Conceptual Paradigms, System Theory and Development
  • Knowledge Acquisition, Creation, Discovery, and Sharing Mechanisms
  • Knowledge Economy, Evaluating and Sourcing Knowledge
  • Knowledge Representation and Reasoning
  • Knowledge Services and Sharing – Applications in Business, Education, Government, Healthcare, and More
  • KM System Initiation, Implementation, and Continuance
  • Learning Organization & Organizational Learning
  • Managing Higher Education, Training, and Lifelong Learning
  • Mobile and Ubiquitous Communications
  • Organizational and Interorganizational KM
  • Search, Semantics, and Content Management
  • Strategic Aspects of KM

Contact Information


Conference Co-Chairs

António Palma-dos-Reis Nuno Pena Carla Curado
ISEG - University of Lisbon, Portugal UnYLeYa Portugal and
ISEG - University of Lisbon, Portugal
ISEG - University of Lisbon, Portugal
apreis@iseg.utl.pt npena@unyleya.com ccurado@iseg.ulisboa.pt

Program Co-Chairs

Nitza Geri Steven Terrell
The Open University of Israel, Israel Nova Southeastern University, USA
nitzage@openu.ac.il ojakm.editor@gmail.com

KM2016 Conference Organizers and Coordinators

Shonda Brown Alex Koohang Yair Levy Nathan White
Middle Georgia State University, USA Middle Georgia State University, USA Nova Southeastern University, USA Central Washington University, USA
Shonda.Brown@mga.edu alex.koohang@gmail.com levyy@nova.edu whiten1@cwu.edu

Program Committee Chairs
Nitza Geri The Open University of Israel, Israel
Steven Terrell Nova Southeastern University, USA
Program Committee Members
Paul Alpar Philipps University at Marburg, Germany
Alvaro Arenas IE Business School, Spain
Graziano Aretusi Marine Protected Area "Torre del Cerrano", Italy
Ofir Ben Assuli Ono Academic College, Israel
Ina Blau The Open University of Israel, Israel
Steve Bronsburg Nova Southeastern University, USA
Shonda Brown Middle State Georgia University, USA
Antonio Cartelli University of Cassino, Italy
Witold Chmielarz Management Faculty of Warsaw University, Poland
Dimitar Christozov American University of Bulgaria, Bulgaria
Mauro Coccoli University of Genoa, Italy
Anat Cohen Tel-Aviv University, Israel
Carla Curado ISEG - University of Lisbon, Portugal
Beata Czarnacka-Chrobot Warsaw School of Economics, Poland
Nadja Damij Faculty of information studies, Novo Mesto, Slovenia
Bostjan Delak University of Maribor, Slovenia
Gary Delorenzo California University of Pennsylvania, USA
Paul Dooley United Nations Joint Staff Pension Fund, USA
Helena Dudycz Wroclaw University of Economics, Poland
Monika Eisenbardt University of Economics in Katowice, Poland
Yoram Eshet-Alkalai The Open University of Israel, Israel
Jose Esteves IE Business School, Spain
Isabelle Fagnot IÉSEG School of Management, France
Ruti Gafni Tel-Aviv Yaffo Academic College, Israel
Sonia Gantman Providence College, USA
John Girard Middle Georgia State University, USA
Michal Golinski Warsaw School of Economics, Poland
Tanja Grublješic University of Ljubljana, Slovenia
Robert Hambly Nova Southeastern University, USA
Jeretta Horn Nord Oklahoma State University, USA
Pedro Isaias Portuguese Open University, Portugal
Dorota Jelonek Czestochowa University of Technology, Poland
Deanna Klein Minot State University, USA
Frederick Kohun Robert Morris University, USA
Alex Koohang Middle Georgia State University, USA
Benjamin Kralj University of Ljubljana, Slovenia
Gila Kurtz The College for Academic Studies, Israel
Myungjae Kwak Middle Georgia State University, USA
Anat Lerner The Open University of Israel, Israel
Yair Levy Nova Southeastern University, USA
Bernard Lichvar Nova Southeastern University, USA
Mike Lohle University of Bridgeport, USA
Antônio Carlos Gastaud Maçada Rio Grande do Sul State University, Brazil
Krzysztof Michalik University of Economics in Katowice, Poland
Iwona Miliszewska University of Canberra, Australia
Richard Nilsen Nova Southeastern University, USA
Daryl Nord Oklahoma State University, USA
Joanna Paliszkiewicz Warsaw University of Life Sciences, Poland
Ilona Paweloszek Czestochowa University of Technology, Poland
Nuno Pena UnYLeYa Portugal and ISEG - University of Lisbon, Portugal
Paula Peres Polytechnic Institute of Porto, Portugal
Donatella Persico National Research Council, Italy
Winnie Ng Picoto ISEG - University of Lisbon, Portugal
Michal Pietrzak Warsaw University of Life Sciences, Poland
Daphne Raban University of Haifa, Israel
Michelle Ramim Middle Georgia State University, USA
Isabel Ramos University of Minho, Portugal
Gilad Ravid Ben Gurion University of the Negev, Israel
João Ribeiro da Costa Catholic University of Portugal, Portugal
Meir Russ University of Wisconsin - Green Bay, USA
Ljiljana Ruzic-Dimitrijevic Higher Education Technical School of Professional Studies, Novi-Sad, Serbia
Dara Schniederjans University of Rhode Island, USA
Marc Schniederjans University of Nebraska-Lincoln, USA
Aviv Shachak University of Toronto, Canada
Marcin Sikorski Gdansk University of Technology, Poland
Vered Silber-Varod The Open University of Israel, Israel
Joe Simpson Nova Southeastern University, USA
Robert Joseph Skovira Robert Morris University, USA
Anna Soltysik-Piorunkiewicz University of Economics in Katowice, Poland
K. Subramani West Virginia University, USA
Eduardo Künzel Teixeira University of the Rio dos Sinos Valley – UNISINOS, Brazil
Nathan White Central Washington University, USA
Aharon Yadin The Yezreel Valley College, Israel
Ewa Ziemba University of Economics in Katowice, Poland

KM2016 Conference Sponsoring Schools and Organizations