The Department of Applied Informatics (AINF) is performing research and teaching in following areas:
The application of intelligent system technologies to practical problems and the development of methods for building knowledge-intensive software applications with a particular focus on recommender systems
Knowledge acquisition, knowledge representation and reasoning in the area of artificial intelligence with a particular focus on applications in various areas such as production systems or medical information systems
Applied cryptography, security infrastructures, IT risk management and the design and evaluation of security concepts
Natural language processing and computational linguistics
Foundations and specific application fields of semantic systems
For more detailed information on the research topics, please select one of the following research groups:
The research groups of the Department of Applied Informatics (AINF) lead in a number of national and international research projects, ranging from fundamental research to application-oriented research in cooperation with industrial partners.
The paper by Claudia Steinberger and Joachim Frießer “Why and How to Capture the Semantics of Web User Interfaces” was regarded as one of the best papers of ICWI19 and received the Best Paper Award on November 9, 2019 in Cagliari.
https://www.aau.at/wp-content/uploads/2018/01/News_InfSys-1.jpg299328Claudia Steinbergerhttps://www.aau.at/wp-content/uploads/2015/09/aau-logo-300x110-300x110without-background3-300x110.pngClaudia Steinberger2019-11-25 13:59:502019-11-25 14:27:29Best Paper Award ICWI19
On 16 October 2019, the 16th Austrian IT Security Day took place at Messe Klagenfurt in cooperation with “Kärntner Messen”. There were 9 lectures on the following topics: The challenge of decentralised digitisation for SMEs Risk perception and human (ir)rationality What to do in case of a cyber emergency? Hotline, cyber insurance or solve it […]