Throwback to February, when we spent an afternoon celebrating the 25th birthday of our department!
The Department of Data Science and Knowledge Engineering broadly covers Knowledge Engineering in teaching and research. Teaching takes place in the Bachelor's programme Data Science and Knowledge Engineering and the two Master's programmes Artificial Intelligence and Data Science for Decision Making. Research at DKE is focused on Robotics, Agents and Interaction, Networks and Strategic Optimization and Biomathematics and Bioinformatics.
6211 LH Maastricht
Department of Data Science & Knowledge Engineering
P.O. Box 616
6200 MD Maastricht
Education programmes currently offered by the DKE are:
Knowledge is the central factor in modern society.
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).
KnowledgeEngineering @ work (KE @ work) offer ambitious students the possibility to gain work experience during their bachelor study.
I’ve always liked math, and when I am in a computer science class, I try to see the math behind things.
Do we want, and is it possible, to improve our educational system via Artificial Intelligence? This was the central question during a special Ideation Session recently hosted by the Brightlands BISS Campus in Heerlen.
ICT4Life is an EU-funded project. Its objective consists in implementing an innovative platform that connects patients, families, health professionals and care-givers through user friendly tools.
The ‘Keuzegids Masters 2018’, released today, ranks DKE's Master programme in Data Science for Decision Making 1st place in the country for the category for Theoretical Master for Computer Science. Due to its high score, it has also received the "topopleiding" seal, which means that it belongs to the best Masters programmes in the Netherlands.