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Informatics & Data Science Research

Informatics & Data Science at CCI explores very large data sources including selection of data and evaluation of information quality, and application of techniques related to data mining, visual analytics, social-media trend spotting, human-computer interaction, data analysis, and information policy. Our Informatics & Data Science faculty regularly publish in the top journals and conferences in the discipline and work closely with students and industry to develop state-of-the-art research in theory and applications.

Research Areas and Associated Faculty

Faculty and Research Interests

  • Yuan An: Conceptual modeling, schema and ontology mapping, information integration, knowledge representation, requirements engineering, healthcare information systems, semantic web
  • Ellen Bass: Human-centered design, human-computer interaction, human factors, human performance modeling , judgment and decision making, medical informatics, systems engineering
  • David E. Breen: Computer-aided design, geometric modeling, biomedical image informatics, self-organization and biological simulation
  • Chaomei Chen: Information visualization, visual analytics, knowledge domain visualization, network analysis and modeling, scientific discovery, science mapping, scientometrics, citation analysis, human-computer interaction
  • M. Carl Drott: Systems analysis techniques, Web usage, competitive intelligence
  • Andrea Forte: Social computing, human-computer interaction, computer-supported cooperative work, computer-supported collaborative learning, information literacy
  • Susan Gasson: Co-design of business and IT-systems, distributed cognition & knowledge management in boundary-spanning groups, human-centered design, social informatics, online learning communities, Grounded Theory
  • Jane Greenberg: Metadata, ontological engineering, data science, knowledge organization, information retrieval
  • Peter Grillo: Strategic applications of technology within organizations
  • Xiaohua Tony Hu: Data mining, text mining, Web searching and mining, information retrieval, bioinformatics and healthcare informatics
  • Weimao Ke: Information retrieval (IR), distributed systems, intelligent filtering/recommendation, information visualization, network science, complex systems, machine learning, text/data mining, multi-agent systems
  • Xia Lin: Digital libraries, information visualization, knowledge mapping, object-oriented programming, information retrieval, information architecture, information-seeking behaviors in digital environments
  • Lorraine Richards: Archives, digital curation, electronic records management, information technology and digital collections, cloud computing and record keeping, management of information organizations
  • Michelle L. Rogers: Human-computer interaction, healthcare informatics, human factors engineering, socio-technical systems, health services research, patient safety
  • Erin Solovey: Human-computer interaction, brain-computer interfaces, tangible interaction, machine learning, human interaction with complex and autonomous systems
  • Il-Yeol Song: Conceptual modeling, data warehousing, big data technologies and analytics, object-oriented analysis and design with UML, healthcare informatics, smart health
  • Julia Stoyanovich: Data and knowledge management, software development, database management, data-intensive workflow, social context search and ranking, information discovery
  • Rosina Weber: Case-based reasoning, machine learning, textual analytics, natural language understanding, predictive analytics, technological aspects of knowledge management, project management, and requirements engineering.
  • Jake Williams: Data science, scientific programming, computational social science, computational linguistics and natural language processing, mathematics, machine learning, algorithms, and scalability.
  • Erjia Yan: Network science, information analysis and retrieval, scholarly communication methods and applications
  • Christopher C. Yang: Healthcare informatics, social media analytics, knowledge discovery, Web search and mining, recommendation systems, pharmacovigilance, drug repositioning, electronic commerce, intelligence and security informatics