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Research groups

Research groups at our department pursue research projects in several fields. In total, we have around 60 active scientists at all levels from PhD students to postdocs, assistant professors, senior lecturers, and full professors.

Database and Data Mining
Read more about the research group Database and Data Mining.
Research subject: Computing science
Design Optimization
Exploiting the power of computer simulations and optimization in the engineering design process.
Research subject: Computing science
Distributed Systems
Read more about the research group Distributed Systems.
Research subject: Computing science
Foundations of Language Processing
Read more about the research group Foundations of Language Processing.
Research subject: Computing science
Intelligent Robotics
Read more about the research group Intelligent Robotics.
Research subject: Computing science
Interactive and Intelligent Systems
Read more about the research group Interactive and intelligent systems.
Research subject: Computing science
Logic and Applications
Read more about the research group Logic and Applications.
Research subject: Computing science
Matrix Computations with Applications
Read more about the research group Matrix Computations with Applications.
Research subject: Computing science
Non-linear estimation and contact-free measurements
Read more about the research group Non-linear estimation and contact-free measurements.
Research subject: Computing science
Parallel and High-Performance Computing
Read more about the research group Parallel and High-Performance Computing.
Research subject: Computing science
Responsible Artificial Intelligence
Read more about the research group Responsible Artificial Intelligence.
Research subject: Computing science
Spatial Cognitive Engineering
Read more on Spatial Cognitive Engineering.
Research subject: Computing science
XAI – Explainable AI
Explainable AI is developed in order to make the decisions or actions taken by an AI agent understandable for humans who interact with the system....
Research subject: Computing science