Mathematical Knowledge Management is an innovative field in the intersection of mathematics and computer science. Its development is driven on the one hand by the new technological possibilities which computer science, the internet, and intelligent knowledge processing offer, and on the other hand by the need for new techniques for managing the rapidly growing volume of mathematical knowledge.
On 15 March 2007 Location: The High Tatras, Slovakia
The ICETA 2007 Conference continues in series of successful conference aimed to application of progressive ICT and their utilisation for education. The conference is organised in co-operation with Technical University of Košice, Slovakia.
"Towards a Philosophy of Telecommunications convergence"
T-Mobile Hungary Co. Ltd. and the Hungarian Academy of Sciences are conducting an interdisciplinary social science research program on the topic communications in the 21st century.
The participants include communication theorists, philosophers, psychologists, sociologists, economists, linguists, political theorists, and historians of science. While in all areas of life we witness a radical increase in the demand for mobile communications, questions as regards further directions of development are at many points open, and need to be addressed by the social sciences. The mobile telephone is by now more than merely a device to transmit voice. It has become a multi-purpose data transmitter – a mobile companion.
The organizers will cover the costs for a limited number of scholars.
On 31 March 2007 Location: Lancaster University, UK
HCI 2007, will be a conference, 'but not as we know it'. At this conference, discuss technology whilst surrounded by natural beauty, engage with up to the minute themes; some old favourites as well as new and exciting concepts and interact with the latest technological developments - all in the shadow of the ancient city of Lancaster.