Paper accepted at the HCOMP Conference 2017
News from Sep 06, 2017
The paper with the title "Socio-technical Revelation of Knowledge Transfer Potentials" by Jonas Oppenländer, Jesse Benjamin and Claudia Müller-Birn was accepted at the 5th AAAI Conference on Human Computation and Crowdsourcing (HCOMP 2017).
The conference will take place in Québec City, Canada, October 24-26.
Research-intensive organizations struggle to get an actionable overview of their research activities. We report on a preliminary architecture of a socio-technical system that aims to un-cover the potential for internal transfer of knowledge and to facilitate this transfer in research-intensive organizations. We discuss two important roles in this human-powered system and its benefits in the context of a research museum.