Information Systems - ISYS
The ISYS (Information Systems) Research Group at UCL focuses its teaching and research activities on enterprise information systems development. ISYS is part of the Louvain School of Management.
ISYS research deals with issues from human-machine interactions to knowledge management through databases design and management, data cleansing, data mining, decision-support systems, requirements analysis and specifications, e-business, ERP II and Web applications, object and agent-oriented technologies, or development methodologies (for example RUP/UML/COCOMO) of information and knowledge systems.
ISYS also assumes various courses in databases and systems engineering and software project management in the masters in computer science and information systems at UCL
ISYS collaborates with other universities such as the Université libre de Bruxelles, the university of Toronto, the university of Trento, the university of Grenoble I, the Xerox Research Center Europe, the university of Ancona or Stanford University. ISYS also conducts educational missions in Asia, Africa, North and South America and Eastern Europe. It is also involved in various research projects at the regional, national and European level.
Other collaborations include the University of Loughborough, U.K., University of Toulouse I, France, INRIA Rocquencourt, France, Universidade Fortaleza, Brazil, University of Sciences and Technologies of Lille I, France, University of Technology of Compiegne, France, University of Valencians and Haut-Hainaut Cambresis, France, University of Pernambuco Brazil, RWTH Aachen, Germany, City University, U.K., Research center IRST, Italy.
ISYS also maintains collaborations in the context of specific training or advises, development and research projects with industries and enterprises (e.g. the Retirment Administration of the Pensions, the SSTC, Belgacom, Carsid (Duferco/Unisor), SOPRES, Motorola, Dexia, CITOBI, Denali, the Post, Sonaca, Cediti, Ansys/Fluent, TechnofuturTIC...).
ISYS has been and is involved in the organization of international conferences and implies today more than twenty professors and researchers. These last ten years, more than twenty-five PhD theses have been concluded.
Prof. Manuel Kolp
| 1/03/2013 |
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