KTUL 2003

International Workshop

Knowledge Technologies and Ubiquitous Learning

June 25 - 26, 2003, Varna (Bulgaria)


Aims and Scope

The workwhop objective is to present and discuss current achievement in the fields of intelligent user interfaces and technology-supported learningq exploiting the potential of ambient intelligence technologies and enabling ubiquitous, interactive, personalised and tailored access to knowledge.

The workshop invites the submissions on the developments aiming at time-independent interactive access to broadband training information at educational institution, at home or move, which is a real step to implement the "ubiquitous learning" paradigm - personalised life-long learning for all, anywhere, anytime.

Topics of interst

Ubiquitous Web Applications
Web-based Distance Learning
Learner-centred and Pro-active Multimedia Courseware
Networked Learning Environments
Natural Intuitive User Interfaces
Interactive TV and Mobile Learning;
Semantic web and Semiotics of New Media


Institute of Mathematics and Informatics, BAS
Institute of Information Technologies, BAS
Institute of Information Theories and Applications FOI ITHEA

Workshop committee

Stavros Christodoulakis (Chairman), Technical University of Crete
Peter Stockinger, Maison des Science de l'Homme, France
Otto Hutter, Hungarian Academy of Sciences
Tibor Remszo, John fon Neuman Computer Society, Hungary
Vassil Sgurev, Federation of Scientific and Technical Societies, Bulgaria
Danail Dochev, Bulgarian Academy of Sciences
Radoslav Pavlov, Bulgarian Academy of Sciences


Papers should be submitted electronically to dochev@iinf.bas.bg in PDF format. Papers should be written in English and should be no more than 10 pages in Times New Roman style, size 11pt, single line spacing. The first page should contain title of paper, names and addresses of all authors (including e-mail, if available) and an abstract (100-150 words). The Proceedings of the workshop will be published and will be available at the conference.