Designing work spaces of the future

October 7, 2003

Brussels, 06 Oct 2003

A conference entitled 'designing work spaces of the future' will take place in Brussels on 16 October.

The conference will focus on knowledge management solutions, in particular one solution that is based on interactive large screens supporting informal communication knowledge-sharing between communities in different work practice situations.

The conference will feature experts in the field of knowledge management and future work scenarios. A representative will also be present from the European Commission to give an overview of current work space design activities.

The conference is being organised by MILK (Multimedia Interaction for Learning and Knowing), an EU research project funded under the Information Society Technologies (IST) programme of the Fifth Framework Programme (FP5).

For further information, please consult the following web address:

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