Faculty of Informatics and Communication: Fundamental research

Fundamental research of the Faculty of Informatics and Communication are focused on the following areas:

 

- knowledge and communication technologies in business and public sectors (semantic technologies, databases and data warehouses, business intelligence systems, expert systems, intelligent conversation systems, location technologies and knowledge extraction)
- semantic modelling of organisation
- knowledge management in organizations,  knowledge management in projects and projects oriented organizations, corporate architectures, ontology engineering, new media and social networking technologies in organisations, modelling of organisation behaviour in cyber space)
- analysis and modeling of business processes
- decision support systems in business organisations and public administration
- multi-criteria decision support
- decision support in project management (models of technical and social virtualisation and sharing IT resources (virtualisation technology and cloud computing, development of virtual organizations, management and economics of cloud computing)
- process management using business intelligence systems
- stochastic modeling and risk analysis
- implementation of new media in business
- implementation of new media in marketing
- relationship marketing for B2B and B2C markets
- the network capacity of enterprises
- market behavior of consumers and businesses
- e- communication and economic journalism
- implementation of IT solutions in health care sector  

Faculty of Informatics and Communication: Applied research

Applied research of the Faculty of Faculty of Informatics and Communication is focused on the following areas:

 

- designing knowledge bases for the purposes of legal and administrative decisions-making;
- basic and appliance training courses in Constraint Logic Programming-CLP;
- data warehouse design; business data analysis;
- analysis and modelling of business processes;
- training in business process modelling;
- analysis and design of enterprise architecture;
- creating knowledge bases of expert systems;
- supply of expert services in the scope of EU projects’ evaluation;
- making available computer laboratories for common research with practice;
- awarding certificates and awards in cooperation with business and social organisations;
- marketing research on the Business to Business (B2B) and Business to Customer (B2C) markets;
- marketing Strategy Design;
- customer Relationship Management training courses;
- project Management training courses;
- personal data protection in the economic organizations in accordance with the Polish Legal Act GIODO;
- identifying of the information technology audit process for the purpose of economic organisations.