I'm the head of the Knowledge Management Research Group (KMR) at the Royal Institute of Technology (KTH) in Stockholm, Sweden. The KMR-group is driven by a desire to create new and powerful ways to structure and communicate information in order to support its exformation into knowledge and transmutation into understanding.

We work with Asynchronous Public Service in the form of infrastructures, architectures, frameworks and tools that contribute towards the creation of a Public Knowledge and Learning Management Environment (PKLME), which enables a distributed asynchronous public discourse that aims to enhance the learning of all participants. All our software is Open Source and based on Semantic Web technology.

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