12/12/2014 : Preliminary program available, see here.

 

General presentation

The 15th international conference on extraction and knowledge management (EGC 2015) will take place in Luxembourg from 27 to 30 January 2015.

Président d'honneur de la Conférence EGC 2015
David Taniar, Université de Monash, Australie/Monash University, Australia

Chairman of the programme committee
Jérôme Darmont, ERIC – University of Lyon, France

Invited speakers
Torben Bach Pedersen, Université de Aalborg, Danemark / Aalborg University, Denmark
Thomas Baudel, IBM
Morten Middelfart, Targit
David Taniar, Université de Monash, Australie / Monash University, Australia

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Chairmen of the organising committee
Benoît Otjacques, Luxembourg Institute of Science and Technology, Luxembourg
Thomas Tamisier, Luxembourg Institute of Science and Technology, Luxembourg

Workshops EGC 2015 Chairs
Pierrick Bruneau
Thomas Tamisier

Support
EGC 2015 Conference is supported by the Institut français du Luxembourg and Ardans (www.ardans.com)


Presentation
The annual conference of the Extraction et Gestion des Connaissances (EGC) association brings together researchers, industrialists and students working in adjacent areas linking, in particular, data mining, knowledge management, information visualization, cognitive sciences and applications, machine learning, databases and statistics.

The multiplication of information producers (humans, sensors, computers...) is one of the fundamental trends in today’s world, where information is connected and digitalised at an exponential rate. Taking into account this evolution, the use of IT tools becomes essential to interact with these massive, complex, dynamic, heterogeneous data of variable quality.

The EGC conference is a privileged exchange forum for researchers and manufacturers to discuss the latest innovations and scientific results, specify their needs, define challenges in this area and, more generally, contribute to the setting-up of a community of excellence, in particular in the French-speaking world, based on the theme of extraction and knowledge management.

Articles may be submitted in French or English (for non-French speakers). A special session on applications in the field of big data analytics will be take place completely in English this year.

For more information on the EGC association and its previous conferences, please see: http://egc.asso.fr.