Knowledge creation is becoming more important topic for researchers and users in academic, management and industrial fields. The term has been widely used for the last couple of years, and refers to the formation of new ideas through interactions between explicit and tacit knowledge in individual human mind. To realize knowledge creation in real life, it is essential to transform human mind into computation in order to extract potentially useful information from data and create valuable knowledge. The use of intelligent techniques in computing-related fields can be useful to retrieve meaningful result in automated processes for knowledge creation.
To bridge research activities between Indonesian and Japanese young researchers on Knowledge Creation and Intelligent Computing research fields, we cordially invite you to participate in The Third Indonesian-Japanese Conference on Knowledge Creation and Intelligent Computing (KCIC), which will be held in Malang, Indonesia, on March 25-26, 2014.
KCIC 2014 call for posters now open...
Are you involved in an interesting research or project that you would like to discuss with or show to other congress attendees? Why not present your work in the KCIC 2014 Poster Session?
See hereDownload Poster Announcement