Intelligent Systems is an active area of research at the USI Faculty of Informatics. We work on Artificial Intelligence, Data Analysis, Data Mining, Machine Learning, Neural Networks, Optimization, Pattern Recognition, Robotics.
Prof. Bronstein's main research interests are theoretical and computational methods in metric geometry and their application to problems in computer vision, pattern recognition, shape analysis, computer graphics, image processing, and machine learning.
Prof. Horenko works on stochastic modeling and computational time series analysis of real-life systems (e.g., on problems in fluid mechanics, climate/weather research, economy, sociology and biology).
Prof. Schmidhuber is a director of the IDSIA research institute and interested in topics such as machine learning, mathematically optimal universal AI, artificial curiosity and creativity, artificial recurrent neural networks, adaptive robotics, complexity theory, digital physics, theory of beauty, and the fine arts.