The intelligent systems research group was formed in the academic year 1999/2000. A year later 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 products, services and security issues by incorporating artificial intelligence (AI) and machine learning (ML) techniques to them. 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:
- big data research
- bioinformatics research: applications of AI and ML techniques to biology and medicine
- IT and cyber security research, such as steganography, cryptography, identity resolution, crowd-sourced data, mobile device security, cloud security, web server attacks, penetration testing, e-commerce security and policy, GDPR, cryptocurrency, dark net, social graph and many more
- applications of AI and ML techniques to big data research, such as crowd-sourced data and geocomputation
- data-mining and data warehousing, virtual learning environments (VLE), pattern recognition, natural language processing, cognitive science, biometrics and GIS database performance, parallel distributed systems, and agent based approach for building data warehousing
- applications of AI and ML techniques to robotics
- advanced web technology and its applications (ie e-commerce, Content Management Systems, semantic web and web services, linguistic thesaurus)
- Neuro Linguistic Programming and Natural Language Processing
- applications of AI and ML techniques to assisted living
- modelling of the hydrodynamical flow in the UK rivers
Intelligent Systems Research Centre, School of Computing and Digital Media, London Metropolitan University, Tower Building, Holloway Road, London N7 8DB
Professor Hassan Kazemian PhD FBCS FIET SMIEEE CEng MINNS, Director of Intelligent Systems Research Centre
Kafil Ahmed, VC scholarship student, successfully passes his PhD and Deepthi N. Ratnayake successfully defends her PhD thesis
Clean Air, Green Energy and London Met expertise
London Met wins £118k grant to develop intelligent software for electric taxis.
Groundbreaking European cybersecurity project celebrates its first anniversary
Professor Kazemian and the Intelligent Systems Research Centre are part of a €5 million EU-funded Horizon 2020 project which is helping law enforcement agencies stop cybercriminals.
Funding the future of cybersecurity
Muhammad Ali Kazmi, a PhD student in the School of Computing and Digital Media, has been awarded a Cisco scholarship to further his research into cybersecurity.