The Artificial Intelligence and Bioinformatics Research Group, lead by researcher Liviu Badea, Ph.D., has as main areas of interest Machine Learning, Data Mining, Inductive Logic Programming, Multi-relational Learning, Bioinformatics, Semantic Web,Image Processing, Knowledge Representation and Expert Systems.
The Computational Learning and Visual Perception (CLVP) Research Group , lead by Prof. Cristian Sminchisescu, Ph.D., focuses on theoretical and applicative aspects of computational learning and visual perception.Details
Speech and Dialogue (SpeeD) Laboratory is a teaching and research laboratory within University “Politehnica” of Bucharest. SpeeD Lab was founded in 1984 by Professor Corneliu Burileanu, who is also the leader of the laboratory ever since. SpeeD Lab’s staff is currently composed of 4 full-time academic members (2 full professors and 2 lecturers) and several PhD and master students.Details
The Research Centre for Industrial Informatics, Robotics and Materials Engineering, lead by Prof. Eng. Theodor Borangiu, Ph.D., focuses on real-time control systems, Artificial Intelligence and Robotics, data acquisition, processing and transmission, agent-oriented holonic production.
The Center of Computational Linguistics, lead by Prof. Liviu Dinu, Ph.D. and Prof. Emil Ionescu, Ph.D., is a multi-disciplinary research area that addresses the automatic processing of human language for a range of tasks. We are a high-level research center inside the University of Bucharest, with our members having gained experience (as graduates, PhD, master students, or full employees) from the Faculty of Letters, the Faculty of Foreign Languages and Literatures, and the Faculty of Mathematics and Computer Science.Details
The Intelligent Distributed Systems Research Group at the University of Craiova is lead by Prof. Costin Badica, PhD. The group's research interest covers a hybrid palette of methods and techniques derived from classical artificial intelligence, computational intelligence, and intelligent agents. Distributed systems contain loosely-coupled components running on networked computers that communicate and coordinate their actions by message transfer. The new generation of intelligent distributed systems is expected to pose special challenges of adaptation and fruitful combination of results of both areas.Details
The Knowledge Engineering Group (KEG), lead by Prof. Rodica Potolea, PhD, is addressing problems for knowledge extraction, representation, storage and management that the information era has brought in various segments of human activity due to data overload.
The main fundamental theoretical aspects our group focuses on are: dealing with problem-specific features extraction from both structured data, pre-processing techniques for handling noisy and/or incomplete data, learning from balanced/unbalanced and structured/unstructured data.Details