Since January 1, 2008, the research of the former Laboratory of Computer and Information Science (CIS) is now part of the activities of
the Department of Information and
Computer Science (ICS) of TKK.
The research is conducted within two Academy Centres of Excellence.
The Adaptive Informatics Research Centre
(2006–2011) is the successor to the Neural Networks Research
Centre (1995–2005), and its research is described on these
Centre of Excellence (2008–2013) is shared between
the University of Helsinki
and TKK. Its TKK researchers form the
Data Mining and Parsimonious Modelling groups,
whose research is described on their own pages.
Our research on Adaptive Informatics is divided into five groups:
- Algorithms and Methods group conducts
basic algorithmic research in adaptive
informatics that relies heavily on computer science, mathematics and
statistics, and is partly motivated by the research problems of other
- Multimodal Interfaces group aims at solving the problem of
information explosion by fusing several of the available perceptual
modalities such as speech, vision and language as well as user feedback.
- Bioinformatics and Neuroinformatics group
develops statistical and adaptive methods for functional genomics
based on and contributing to community-resource databanks,
and applies our advanced adaptive informatics tools to solve new
problems in neuroscience.
- Computational Cognitive Systems group conducts research
on artificial systems that combine perception, action, reasoning, learning
- Adaptive Informatics Applications group develops methods
that best serve practical applications,
and applies these together with enterprises and other organizations on their problems.
An alternative view to our research is provided by
our list of projects.
The list of reports describes past activities
of the CIS laboratory.
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last updated Wednesday, 24-Jun-2009 10:19:39 EEST