Centre for research

Intelligent Systems Research Centre

The intelligent systems research group was formed in academic year 1999/2000. In the academic year 2001/2002 the Intelligent Systems Group obtained Centre status and became known as the Intelligent Systems Research Centre (ISRC). The ISRC's overall aim is to improve the quality of any products, services and security issues by incorporating artificial intelligence (AI) and machine learning techniques to those products, services and security issues. The Centre has improved a wide variety of IT-based systems, devices and software in domestic, medical and industrial products. Some examples of the Centre's research activities include:

  • bioinformatics research: applications of AI and machine learning techniques to biology and medicine
  • IT security research such as steganography, penetration testing, identity resolution, cryptography, identification of malicious website from non-malicious website, DoS attacks, and IT security policy for small businesses
  • applications of AI and machine learning techniques to big data research such as crowd-sourced data and geocomputation
  • data-mining and data warehousing, virtual learning environments (VLEs), pattern recognition, natural language processing, cognitive science, biometrics and GIS database performance, parallel distributed systems, and agent based approach for building data warehousing
  • advanced web technology and its applications (ie e-commerce, CMS, semantic web, and web services, linguistic thesaurus)
  • applications of AI and machine learning techniques to robotics
  • neuro linguistic programming and natural language processing
  • applications of AI and machine learning techniques to assisted living
  • modelling of the hydrodynamical flow in the UK rivers

You can see the 2015 highlights for the Intelligent Systems Research Centre.

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Staff associated with the Intelligent Systems Research Centre

Dr Jianming Cai

Senior lecturer

Professor Hassan Kazemian, PhD, FBCS, FIET, SMIEEE, C.Eng, MINNS.

Hassan Kazemian is full Professor, Director of the WoW Agency and Director of Intelligent Systems Research Centre at London Met.

Dr Nigel Medhurst, PhD, BSc, PGCTLHE

Senior Lecturer, Creative Technologies and Digital Media

Professor Karim Ouazzane

Professor of Computing and Knowledge Exchange

Room: T10-03 Tower Building
Phone: 020 7133 4306
Email: k.ouazzane@londonmet.ac.uk

Profiles for Students associated with the Intelligent Systems Research Centre