CFP-KM Conference 2018-20 – 23 JUNE 2018, University of Pisa, Italy

Themes: Knowledge Management, Learning, Information Technology

Call for Papers/Abstracts

We would like to invite you to participate in KM 2018, which will be held in Pisa, Italy on June 20 – 23, 2018, hosted by the Department of Economics and Management, University of Pisa. Situated in the beautiful region of Tuscany, 10 miles from the sea, Pisa is known for its leaning tower, and offers cultural, architectural and intellectual experiences inspired from its thousands of years of history. The KM Conference 2018 will provide a showcase for the latest research in practice and pedagogical topics that focus on knowledge management, learning, and information technology, as well as how they are used to improve and sustain quality in organizations. You are invited to share your research on the conference theme or other relevant KM research with the scholars and professionals attending the KM 2018 International Conference. Papers covering related academic and technical issues are also encouraged. Submit a paper/abstract at:

Important Dates/Deadlines

 Submission deadline of complete papers or abstracts: February 1, 2018

 Reviews and responses to authors: March 1, 2018

 Submission of the final version of accepted papers or abstracts: March 28, 2018

What to Submit

 Full pedagogy/research papers (including work in progress or doctoral dissertation research)

 Abstracts  Panels

All submissions are double-blind refereed. See submission requirements at à “Author’s Guidelines”

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

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

 Research Methods and Advanced Statistics in KM

 Search, Semantics, and Content Management

 Strategic Aspects of KM

Contact Information Program Co-Chairs Nitza Geri, The Open University of Israel, Israel, nitzage

Yair Levy, Nova Southeastern University, USA

Ewa Ziemba, University of Economics in Katowice, Poland

Conference Co-Chairs

Federico Niccolini, University of Pisa, Italy, federico.niccolini

Meir Russ, University of Wisconsin – Green Bay, USA