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Data Mining/Big Data

Description:

Development of interactive and automated methods for evaluating large volumes of business and science data

Modules: 

Artificial intelligence methods; machine learning methods; visual data analysis

Contact persons:

Professor Michael Berthold:  Bioinformatics and Information Mining 
tba:  Algorithmics
Professor Daniel Keim:  Data Analysis and Visualization 
Professor Marc Scholl:  Database & Information Systems (DBIS)                                               
Junior Professor Bela Gipp:  AG Information Science

Data Mining/Big Data

Interactive Systems

Description: 

User-centered development and evaluation of interactive devices

Modules: 

Requirements engineering; multimodal and multimedia interaction techniques; interaction design for high-resolution displays; new interaction paradigms and input devices; usability engineering

Contact persons:

Professor Harald Reiterer:  AG Human-Computer Interaction
Professor Oliver Deussen:  AG Computer Graphics and Media Design
Junior Professor Bela Gipp:  AG Information Science

Interactive Systems

Network Science

Description: 

Computational methods for the analysis of social and other complex networks

Modules:

Network analysis; algorithms; data analysis

Contact persons:

tba:  AG Algorithmics
Professor Sven Kosub:  AG Algorithmics (Theory of Computing)

Network Science

Systems

Description:

Architectures of reliable, secure and efficient information processing systems

Modules: 

Distributed systems; database; software engineering

Contact persons:

Professor Michael Grossniklaus:  AG Data Management Systems
Professor Stefan Leue:  AG Software and Systems Engineering 
Professor Marc Scholl:  AG Datenbase & Information Systems (DBIS)
Professor Marcel Waldvogel:  AG Distributed Systems Systems
Junior Professor Bela Gipp:  AG Information Science

Systems

Visual Computing

Description:

Information processing by means of image creation, transformation, analysis and interaction

Modules: 

Information visualization; visual analytics; computer graphics; visual computing on the powerwall; image analysis and signal processing

Contact persons:

tba:  AG Algorithmics
Professor Oliver Deussen:  AG Computer Graphics and Media Design
Professor Bastian Goldlücke:  AG Computer Vision and Image Analysis
Professor Daniel Keim:  AG Data Analysis and Visualization
Professor Dietmar Saupe:  AG Mulitmedia Signal Processing

Visual Computing