Founded in 2000, the Research Center for “Interactive Information” was created to support and facilitate research in the field of Computer Science that engages with an interaction paradigm.
Presently, the Research Center supports studies in the following areas:
Web-supported cultural applications like web museums, archives, etc. The relevant aspect under investigation is the organization of information to permit significant searches, browsing and querying.
Advanced e-learning techniques like adaptive support to learning, models of interaction, etc. The central focus is on the methods that can exploit the implicit information about the user so that an e-learning system can capture during the interactions between user and system.
Formal modeling of web applications and web behaviors. The central interest pursued in this activity is the development of a deeper understanding of the correct ways to design and implement efficient, maintainable and structurally clean web applications, as well as to provide methods to mathematically analyze, verify and eventually synthesize web applications.
Research Center for “Interactive Information”
Director: prof. Elena Ferrari
Via Mazzini 5