Program days:

1 – Keynotes & Tutorials:

·         February 17, 18 and 19th., 2011 (AM.): each day a keynote and a tutorial in plenary session, given by guest speakers, experts in their field. The objective is to develop theory, models and applications.

2 – Parallel sessions:

·         February 17 and 18th., 2011 (PM.): twelve parallel sessions of oral presentations of the best research projects selected by the scientific committee. The presentations will bring together current work of senior and junior researchers from academia and industry (research, demonstrations, prototypes and softwares).

3 – Panels:

·         February 17 and 18th., 2011 (PM.): two thematic panels in plenary session on topical issues in the world of business and governance.


Presentation  Guidelines (for conferences, tutorials, papers & posters):

         All video projection & presentations (PowerPoint) & Posters must be written in English

         Presentations and discussions are permitted in French and / or in English.


         Conference Program: (Last Jan. 24, 2011) Download Program (SIIE'2011)



Guest speakers:  Download Keynotes (SIIE'2011)


Jean-Yves GRESSER, Vice Chairman, Black Forest Group Inc. New York, USA & Associé gérant GELM Entreprises, Paris, France.

Title:   The Key Role of Ontologies in Dealing with (Financial) Risks & Crises. (FR: Le rôle clé des ontologies dans le traitement des risques (financiers) & des crises).

Mike THELWALL, Statistical Cybermetrics Research Group & School of Technology, University of Wolverhampton, UK.
Title:   Data Mining Sentiment from the Social Web: Twitter vs. YouTube.


Marie-Christine ROUSSET, Laboratoire d'Informatique de Grenoble (LIG) &  University of Grenoble (Joseph Fourrier), France.
Title:   Reasoning on Web Data Semantics.


Mustapha NADI, Laboratoire d'Instrumentation Electronique de Nancy & Université Henri Poincaré-Nancy 1, France.
Title:   Interactions between disciplines in research and innovation.


Stéphane CHAUDIRON, GERiiCO Laboratory & University of Lille 3 (France).
Title:   Studying Web Search Engines from User Perspectives.

Bruno CREMILLEUX, GREYC laboratory & University of Caen, France.
Title: Discovering useful information in data mining