Department of Computer Science
Our staff members are engaged in pioneering research projects that extend the boundaries of the field of Computer Science. Find out about their insights below.
Combinatorial Optimization and Algorithms
Combinatorial optimization algorithms solve instances of problems that are believed to be hard in general, by exploring the usually-large solution space of these instances.
Computability, Complexity and Randomness
Algorithmic information theory (AIT) is the result of putting Shannon's information theory and Turing's computability theory into a cocktail shaker and shaking vigorously.
Our work can broadly be categorized as computational biology and evolution.
Environment Perception and Driver Assistance
The Environment Perception and Driver Assistance (.enpeda..) project searches for solutions for vision-based driver assistance systems.
Game AI Research
Our application of Artificial Intelligence (AI) to games contributes to research and development of a case-based Texas Hold’em poker-bot.
Mathematical Social Science
Our central topic is collective decisions made by a group of self-motivated agents (who may be either human or software.
Smart solutions for the ICT industry
The Centre for Software Innovation (CSI) provides a bridge between researchers and the IT industry.
This work is devoted to various aspects of unconventional computation, theory as well as experiments and applications.
Models for Parallel and Distributed Computing
Theoretical aspects and applications of parallel and distributed systems.
The Graphics Group is doing research in all aspects of Computer Graphics.
Knowledge Management Group
The Knowledge Management Group is involved in a wide area of knowledge and data management research.