Research at the Department of Informatics has three core areas:
- Human-Centered Computing (HCC) focuses on the retrieval and utilization of knowledge in natural and technical systems, the design of adaptive, self-learning systems and the design of human-computer interaction.
- Complex Systems Engineering (CSE) focuses on the development of large software applications and infrastructures. Mastery of complexity and the secure operation are important features.
- Computing in Science (CIS) combines the activities of the department in such areas as high performance computing, machine learning, bioinformatics, and big data.
The reasearch groups
are each assigned to one of the three core areas.