Our Highlights

Based on knowledge technologies Know-Center develops intelligent apps, applications and systems that can be easily integrated in IT infrastructures or products.

Projects

MIRROR – Reflective Learning at Work

EU project 2010

MIRROR will enable employees to learn lessons from their own and others experiences. Dr. Stefanie Lindstaedt from the Know-Center is the scientific leader of this innovative project. MIRROR is an EU funded project in the Technology-Enhanced Learning Unit. Its duration is four years (July 2010 – June 2014) with a…

Innovation and Knowledge Services for eConsulting

COMET project 2009

The objective of this project was to develop, implement and roll out a working Web2.0 prototype of a community-based innovation services platform. Focus of these services is to offer contextualized information, people recommender services and contextualized collaboration services for community members. Additionally, the community shall be able to provide their…

Community Knowledge and Modelling Support Services

COMET project 2009

In recent times technologies, which boost online collaboration among employees over the “new Web”, became more important in corporation life. The understanding of these motives, terms and conditions form an important requirement to adopt social networking tools. Therefore the understanding of social networking can be further developed. Particularly with regard…

MATURE – Continuous Social Learning in Knowledge Networks

EU project 2008

MATURE is a large-scale integrating project (IP), co-funded by the European Commission, Unit for Technology-Enhanced Learning (TEL) within Call 1 of the Seventh Framework Programme (FP7). It runs from April 2008 to March 2012. The agility of organizations has become the critical success factor for competitiveness in a world characterized…

APA Labs

Kplus project 2007

The Austria Presse Agentur (APA) provides a range of services in the area of news media. For example, the generic APA PowerSearch technology provides customers with manifold search facilities, and APA also offers individual information services like press reviews, media feedback and news diffusion analysis. Although each of these media…

Analysing semantic quality of collectivly created knowledge

Kplus project 2007

A buzzword in the Web 2.0 community is collective intelligence. Folksonomies, i.e., collectively created descriptions of different resources, as well as Wikipedia, an online encyclopaedia, owe their success a huge community that creates and maintains information and knowledge within these existing structures. Naturally, these communities possess a high potential regarding…

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