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KM Europe 2002
November 13-15
London, UK
A comprehensive exploration of the most
compelling issues currently facing the
knowledge management community will
place the discipline in a context in which
success is quantified by practical business
gains.
For further information contact: arkgroup,
4th Floor, Zeeta House, 200 Upper
Richmond Road, London SW15 2SH,
United Kingdom,Tel.: +44 20 8785 2700;
Fax: +44 20 8785 9373; email:
kmeurope@ark-group.com;
http://www.kmeurope.com/home/default.asp
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VII Conference on European culture
October 23-26
Pamplona, Spain
The main sections at the conference will
be dedicated to globalisation and culture,
new times for cultural management and
perspectives for the European university.
Interdisciplinary sections will deal with
issues such as European identity, visions of
Europe and European culture, education
and citizenship, the role of museums and
other cultural institutions, an open Europe
towards Central and Eastern Europe.
Other specific sections will also be
available such as cinema and audio-visual,
literature, education, etc. For further
information contact: Centro de Estudios
Europeos, Universidad de Navarra,
E-31080 Pamplona;Tel.: +34 948 425 56
34; Fax: +34 948 42 56 22; email:eba-
nus@unav.es;
http://www.unav.es/cee/viicongre.html
IEEE Visualization Conference
October 27 - November 1
Boston, Massachusetts
http://vis.computer.org/vis2002/
NOVEMBER
Conference on Sixth Framework
Programme
November 11-13
Brussels, Belgium
The European Commission, DG
Research, will be holding a major
conference to mark the launch of the
Sixth Framework Programme, 2002-2006.
Priority of research and rules of participa-
tion will be presented at the various ses-
sions. For further information contact the
European Commission:
Tel.: +32 2 295 99 71
email: rtd-conference2002@cec.eu.int or visit
http://europa.eu.int/research/conferences/2002
Computers and the History of Art
(CHArt)
November 14-15
Digital Art History? - Exploring Practice
in a Network Society. CHArt returns to
the theme of digital art history, this time
adding a question mark! Papers will
explore developments both in terms of
innovation and of building good practice.
For more information contact: Prof.Will
Vaughan, History of Art, Birkbeck,
University of London, 43 Gordon Square,
London WC1 OPD.Tel: 0207 631 6127;
or email w.vaughan@bbk.ac.uk
The British Academy, London, UK
http://www.chart.ac.uk/
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