The mission of the Informatics Institute is to perform curiosity-driven and use-inspired fundamental research.
Our research involves complex information systems focusing on collaborative, data driven, computational and intelligent systems.
The Informatics Institute has clustered its research in four recognisable research themes: Artificial Intelligence, Computational Science, Data Science, and Systems and Networking. Groups or individual researchers within groups position themselves, either in one theme but more often on the intersection of two or more themes.
Research on core machine learning methods, theory and algorithms across multiple modalities.
The research groups that position themselves in this theme are: AI4Science, AMLab, CV, Digital Interactions Lab, INDElab, IRLab, LTL, MultiX, PCS, qurAI, SIAS, TCS, VIS.
Research on complex adaptive systems by developing theory, computational models and analyzing them in data driven simulations.
The research groups that position themselves in this theme are: CSL, PCS, TCS.
Research on systems and methods for managing, obtaining insights and acting on data.
The research groups that position themselves in this theme are: CCI, Digital Interactions Lab, INDElab, IRLab, MNS, MultiX, SIAS, TCS.
Systems & Networking
Research on leading-edge computer systems of all scales from global-scale systems and networks to embedded and on-chip devices. The research groups that position themselves in this theme are: CCI, MNS, PCS, TCS.
An overview of the sixteen research groups of the Informatics Institute.