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Informatics Research at the University of Regina
 

Summary: Informatics Research
at the University of Regina
The University of Regina is leading informatics research the study of computation,
cognitive, environmental and social aspects of computerization to advance information
processing and information systems. This directly reflects our partnerships with a number
of technology R&D organizations and showcases our proven strengthens in mathematical
software and modelling, artificial intelligence, information retrieval and multimedia
computing. For these reasons, Informatics was identified as one of our thematic areas
in 2000.
Centred around information technology, software engineering and computer science,
informatics at the University of Regina is highly versatile, lending itself to countless projects in
a research atmosphere that is rich and varied. Medical research, cognitive science, environmental
assessment, data interpretation for the energy industry, digital media, data mining, even electronic
entertainment these are just some of the research streams that rely heavily on collaboration with
our informatics researchers. These internationally-recognized researchers and students are
constantly exploring new directions for informatics research, which is an important step in
driving the creation and commercialization of new technology.
As a leading national centre for innovative scholarship in the
areas of informatics, the University of Regina has several
notable initiatives including:

  

Source: Argerami, Martin - Department of Mathematics and Statistics, University of Regina

 

Collections: Mathematics