Exploring new research directions in the areas of data management and analysis, metadata, and knowledge.
This research program is aimed at developing research activities and applications related to the design of advanced electronic systems for information processing with innovative hardware/software codesign techniques.
We are exploring how humans process language, how machines may decode and interact with humans using speech, vision, gestures and investigating human-centered models of interactions.
We are investigating a research area at the boundary between machine learning and optimization. We want to use "learning on the job" schemes as part of intelligent problem-solving strategies.
The Multimedia Signal Processing and Understanding Lab (MM-Lab) deals with most relevant aspects of multimedia data processing, focusing onto both theoretical and application-driven research issues.
This research program addresses the development of advanced systems based on ICT technologies and methodologies for environmental monitoring and land management. Special attention is paid to remote sensing, data processing, data fusion and GIS.
The SPR Lab aims at developing research activities revolving around the design of smart computerized signal/image processing and recognition systems.
Social Informatics is an emerging area of informatics that studies how information systems can realize social goals, apply social concepts, and become sources of information relevant for social sciences and for analysis of social phenomena.
The goal of this research group is the design and deployment of trustworthy and effective socio-technical systems.
Designing and implementing modern distributed systems, tackling the challenges of developing large scale, dynamic and secure infrastructures, with a strong emphasis on validating research outcomes.
The RP is aimed at fostering high quality theoretical, methodological and experimental research in wireless networks systems, architectures, protocols and devices and at teaching advanced topics on wireless networking, antennas, and modern communication techniques over wireless channels.