The Intelligent Systems Group (ISG) was founded in 2000. Research in the ISG is carried out with the conviction that successful modelling of complex, real-world dynamic domains is best approached by a formal systematic methodology. The members of the ISG carry out research across a range of research fields including Knowledge management, Probabilistic Reasoning and Trusted Computing.

Members

NameEmail Research Interests
Dr. Peter Buschpeter.busch@mq.edu.au Information Systems - Knowledge Management, Organisational Learning, 
Knowledge Flows, Business Processes, Social Network Analysis.
A/Prof Abhaya Nayakabhaya.nayak@mq.edu.au Artificial Intelligence, Knowledge Representation.
Prof. Mehmet Orgun mehmet.orgun@mq.edu.au Artificial Intelligence,Trust & Security, Intelligent Agents.
Dr. Rolf Schwitterrolf.schwitter@mq.edu.au Artificial Intelligence, Computational Linguistics, Data Science.
Dr. Stephen Smithstephen.smith@mq.edu.au Information Systems, Green IS, IS Security, Emergency Management, eGovernment.
Broad Research Themes
  • Knowledge Manipulation and Management
  • Trusted Computing
  • Multi-agent Systems
  • Controlled Natural Language
  • (Probabilistic) Logic Programming
  • Temporal and Causal Reasoning
  • Intelligent Information Systems
Collaborations
  • Free University of Bozen-Bolzano
  • University of Cape Town
  • University of Dortmund
  • Griffith University
  • University of Sao Paulo
  • Simon Fraser University
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Last updated: 19 Nov 2020