At the Laboratory of Artificial Intelligence and Multi-Agent Systems our research is focused on the development of models and architectures for single- and multi-agent systems endowed with artificially intelligent behavior, on the one hand, and on ambient intelligence, smart web services, and web agents, on the other hand.Details
The Research Center for Artificial Intelligence(RCAI) at the University of Craiova is lead by Assoc. Prof. Daniela Dănciulescu, Ph.D. The center's main research interests focus on Multi-Agent Systems, Business Intelligence and multi-dimensional data processing, information viisualization techniques and graph drawing.
The Pattern Recognition and Image Processing Group at the Ştefan cel Mare University of Suceava, lead by Prof. Eng. Stefan-Gheorghe Pentiuc, Ph.D., focuses on advanced methods for Pattern Recognition and Image Processing, Distributed Artificial Intelligence and Robotics.
The Dependable Systems Group, within the Technical University of Cluj-Napoca, is lead by Prof. Eng. Liviu Miclea, Ph.D. The group focuses on the analysis, design, implementation and testing of intelligent real-time control and monitoring systems using artificial intelligence techniques (intelligent agents, fuzzy logic, data mining, etc.).
The Intelligent Systems Group within the Technical University of Cluj-Napoca is lead by Prof. Ioan Alfred Letia, Ph.D. The main areas of intrest are: norm compliance (verifying business processes against norm compliance and quality standards), support for dispute resolution for Small and Medium Enterprises in case of contract breach, semantic-based business process re-engineering, Decision Support…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 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