The research in the Department of Data Science and Knowledge Engineering (DKE) is organized in three research groups: "BioMathematics and BioInformatics" (BMI), "Robots, Agents and Interaction" (RAI) and "Networks and Strategic Optimization" (NSO). Department members involved in multiple research groups enhance interaction between the groups.
BioMathematics and BioInformatics (BMI)
The BioMathematics and BioInformatics research group (BMI) conducts theoretical and applied research in Computational and Mathematical Sciences with a special focus on Biological and Medical applications.
Robots, Agents, Interaction (RAI)
RAI has strong experience in the design and implementation of machine learning, data mining, computer vision, and robotics.
Networks and Strategic Optimization (NSO)
NSO research topics range from models of strategic optimization in network controlled interactions, search algorithms for finding best strategies in games, combinatorial optimization in phylogenetics, to the analysis of (evolutionary) competition in biological and biomedical settings.