The annual International Symposium on Knowledge and Systems Sciences aims to promote the exchange and interaction of knowledge across disciplines and borders to explore the new territories and new frontiers. With over 20-year continuous endeavors, attempts to strictly define the knowledge science may be still ambitious, but a very tolerant, broad-based and open-minded approach to the discipline can be taken. Knowledge science and systems science can complement and benefit each other methodologically.
The first International Symposium on Knowledge and Systems Sciences (KSS2000) initiated and organized by Japan Advanced Institute of Science and Technology (JAIST) in September of 2000. Since then KSS2001 (Dalian), KSS2002 (Shanghai), KSS2003 (Guangzhou), KSS2004 (JAIST), KSS2005 (Vienna), KSS2006 (Beijing), KSS2007 (JAIST), KSS2008 (Guangzhou), KSS2009 (Hong Kong), KSS2010 (Xi’an), KSS2011 (Hull), KSS2012 (JAIST), KSS2013 (Ningbo), KSS2014 (Sapporo), KSS2015 (Xi’an), KSS2016 (Kobe), KSS2017 (Bangkok), KSS2018 (Tokyo) and KSS2019 (Da Nang) have been emerged into a successful platform for many scientists and researchers from different countries and communities in knowledge and systems sciences have aggregated. After two year suspension due to COVID-19, KSS event is restarted in 2022 with the theme on Systems Thinking to the Impact of Pandemic and Knowledge Support.
CALL FOR PAPERS extended to 31/3: Please contact Xijing Tang firstname.lastname@example.org
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