Database and Information Techniques (ADIT)

The Division of Database and Information Techniques is part of the Department of Computer and Information Science. The division consists of several research groups, each of which has its own research profile.

Research Groups at ADIT

The Air and Ground Information Security Group

This group conducts research on air security including manned air communication systems and drone identification and communication, as well as ground IT security including industrial internet, smartgrids, security and monitoring of vehicular systems (cars, ships, rails) and 6G.

The Database and Web Information Systems Group

This group conducts research on storage, management, search and integration of data. Important application areas are materials science and the life sciences.
Currently, our research focuses on: ontology engineering (alignment, debugging, evolution, visualization), efficient data management for the web, querying linked data, graph databases and sports analytics. Read more about our group.

The Security and Networks Group

 Research within this group is done on a broad range of topics, spanning security, networks, and related areas such as performance evaluation and multimedia systems. Read more about our group.  



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2022

Teno González Dos Santos, Chunyan Wang, Niklas Carlsson, Patrick Lambrix (2022) Predicting Season Outcomes for the NBA Machine Learning and Data Mining for Sports Analytics: 8th International Workshop, MLSA 2021, Virtual Event, September 13, 2021, Revised Selected Papers , s. 129-142 Continue to DOI

2021

Mina Abd Nikooie Pour, Alsayed Algergawy, Florence Amardeilh, Reihaneh Amini, Omaima Fallatah, Daniel Faria, Irini Fundulaki, Ian Harrow, Sven Hertling, Pascal Hitzler, Martin Huschka, Liliana Ibanescu, Ernesto Jimenez-Ruiz, Naouel Karam, Amir Laadhar, Patrick Lambrix, Huanyu Li, Ying Li, Franck Michel, Engy Nasr, Heiko Paulheim, Catia Pesquita, Jan Portisch, Catherine Roussey, Tzanina Saveta, Pavel Shvaiko, Andrea Splendiani, Cassia Trojahn, Jana Vatascinova, Beyza Yaman, Ondrej Zamazal, Lu Zhou (2021) Results of theOntology Alignment Evaluation Initiative 2021 Proceedings of the 16th International Workshop on Ontology Matching , s. 62-108

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