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2nd EAI International Conference on Nature of Computation and Communication

March 17–18, 2016 | Rach Gia, Vietnam

Knowledge Management System

(on an IT platform)


Tutorial:  Half Day                                                                                      


Knowledge management system (KMS) is the system where the process of managing the precious knowledge which would be reused in problem solving situations. In the process of KM, various sections involve from problem stage to knowledge update and reuse. KM has added values in societal, engineering, learning and organisations. The precious knowledge lead the tangential and in-tangential benefits ranging from the values to benefits.

The tutorial will deal with the concepts, ideation and innovation, problem identification, knowledge: sharing, capture, Reuse, acquisition, reuse.   In crisp Problem analysis, knowledge mapping and managing knowledge are learnt here. You will learn about the collaborative platform, KM strategy, KM road-map, tools and other Knowledge practices used. This tutorial is helpful for the Professional/Employees/students (UG and PG level) of any area to develop a conceptual solutions in solving the problems. 



Upon completion of this tutorial, participants will be able:

·         Problem techniques

·         To develop a knowledge in problem solving

·         To develop a Knowledge representation with mind-mapping

Hands on activities on knowledge management activities on a computer



Problem identification and solving

       Problem identification and analyzing is the vital step in problem solving. This is applicable         

       in Business/Service/Research/education… Planning for a solution and solving effectively is

       a challenging procedure. Precision and methodic way plays an important role in problem

       defining and solving.

Ideation and innovation

       For problem defined, idea is the begin in developing a knowledge in bringing out the  

        innovative products.

Knowledge and Knowledge representation

Conceptualization of the solution and developing a knowledge is the initial stage which helps in developing the system/solutions/projects/research.  Many knowledge representation are defined. But one should now, which one is suitable for their field. Effective representation is plays a vital role in conceptualizing the previous knowledge.

A mind mapping exercise in mapping your thought on a paper.

KM system design and analysis

Building blocks of KMS, system analysis and design suitable to your organization.

Case study

Mini Project: (hands on) Knowledge representation

KMS Software


Who should attend

·         Suitable for all sectors of industries

·         All staff, academics and students engaged in research/education

·         Fresh graduates

·         Executive/Management level

- Anyone from Service/institute/industry  


Contact details

Tutorial Presenter:

  Dr Vish Kallimani

  Tel: +05-3687431



Tutorial Presenter :

Dr Vish Kallimani obtained his B.E (Electronics & Communication), from Bangalore University, M.E (Electronics) from Birla Institute of Technology India, and Ph.D (Computer Science),PGCHE from the Nottingham University. He has been awarded a Fellow award from the Higher Education Academy-UK. He worked as an Engineer in Energy Industries in India. He has worked in Australian, UK and Indian and Malaysian Engineering degree progammes in IT and Electronics areas.


Dr Vish joined as an Associate Professor in Computer and Information Sciences department, Universiti Teknologi PETRONAS, Malaysia in 2014. His field of interests are in Knowledge management, Green Technology, data mining and big data analytics.  He is a member of Institution of Engineers (India), Indian society for higher education and many editorial boards. He was also invited as a keynote speaker of KM, Green E-Governance, Green Technology in the International Conferences. 




ICTCC 2016: Call for Tutorials


The Steering Committee of the International Conference on NaTure of Computation and Communication (ICTCC 2016) cordially invites submission of proposals for a half or full-day tutorial presentation on topics within the subject area of nature of computation and communication.

Requirements for Proposal

The following information must be included in the tutorial proposals. Please limit the length of your proposal to no more than 4 pages:

  • Title of the proposed tutorial

  • Full name, title, and affiliation of the instructor(s)

  • Abstract (No more than 200 words)

  • A short biography of the instructor(s)

  • Intended length of the tutorial (half or full-day)

  • Detailed outline of the tutorial

  • Intended audience and importance of the topic

  • Objective and motivation, plus prior history of tutorial presentation

Tutorial proposals should be submitted in both plain ASCII text and PDF format via email Only complete proposals with all required information will be considered. Please note that final decisions as well as the length and date of presentation will also reflect space limitations at the conference venue and conference program requirements. Tutorial speakers will be compensated in accordance with the EAI policies.

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