October 21-23 

Santiago de Chile,  Chile

glossaLAB 2024 - Bridging Knowledge in a Fragmented World 

In the so-called “information era”, in which digital technologies are providing us extraordinary capabilities but a brand-new breadth of issues, scattered in fragmented challenges, we don't feel able to tame them just by means of these new capacities, though we are confident they should be a significant part of the coping with. The problem is indeed double-faced: on the one hand, we have to understand better what information is in its multiple aspects and contexts of application; on the other hand, we need to face the enormous flow of information, overcoming the information overloads and improving its quality in benefit of the resolution of problems at different levels, from individuals to organisations of different size and reach.

The glossaLAB Workshop invites researchers from all branches of knowledge to present and discuss interdisciplinary approaches aimed at putting information and its technologies at the service of building and integrating knowledge and tackling complex problems.


List of topics of interest include , but are not limited to the following:


José María Díaz-Nafría

Jorge Morato Lara

Sonia Sánchez-Cuadrado

Manuela Cañizares

Héctor Bedón

Isaac Seoane-Pujol

Universidad a Distancia de Madrid, Spain


Antonio J. Muñoz Montoro, Universidad de Málaga, Spain

Basil Al-Hadithi, Universidad Politécnica de Madrid, Spain

Fernando Rodríguez Varela, Universidad Rey Juan Carlos, Spain

Gerhard Chroust,Johannes Kepler University Linz, Austria

Héctor Bedón,Universidad a Distancia de Madrid, Spain

Isaac Seoane Pujol, Universidad a Distancia de Madrid, Spain

Jorge Morato Lara, Universidad Carlos III de Madrid, Spain

José María Díaz Nafría, Munich University of Applied Sciences, Germany

Manuela Cañizares Espada,Universidad Politécnica de Madrid, Spain

María Gregori, Instituto Nacional de Biodiversidad, Ecuador

María Verdeja Muñiz, Universidad de Oviedo, Spain

Modestos Stavrakis, University of the Aegean, Greece

Simone Belli, Universidad Complutense de Madrid, Spain

Sonia Sánchez Cuadrado, Universidad Complutense de Madrid, Spain

Teresa Guarda, BITrum-Research Group, Portugal

Wolfgang Hofkirchner, Institute for a Global Sustainable Information Society, Austria