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Research

Department for Information and Knowledge Engineering

Research Areas

Visual Analytics & Information Visualization
Information Extraction and Integration
Plan Management
Medical Information Systems
Miscellaneous Projects

Visual Analytics & Information Visualization

VIENA - Visual Enterprise Network Analytics

The research project VIENA (Visual Enterprise Network Analytics) aims to develop and test a prototype software of visual network analysis that will be capable to support organizational consulting services. As its focus will be the visualization of change, its main purpose is the display and evaluation of change management processes.

Information Extraction and Integration

DELT/A The Document Exploration and Linking Tool / Addons

The aim of this project was to develop a tool that supports the transformation process of clinical guidelines from their original textual form (HTML) over an intermediate and a semi-formal representation (XML) to a formal representation that can be further used to verify the semantics of the guideline.

Plan Management

OncoCure - Informations- und Kommunikationstechnologien in der Oncologie

Information and Communication Technologies for clinical governance in oncology: Design and development of a computerised guideline-based system for supporting and evaluating evidence-based clinical practice.

Medical Information Systems

Patient Advocate - An Intelligent Assistant for Patient Health Care

Knowledge-based monitoring and therapy planning systems were mainly built for the convenience of health care providers. They neglect the consumers of health care, namely, the patients. The Patient Advocate is designed to be an intelligent assistant for patient-centered health care.

Miscellaneous Projects

DAD - Digital Aided Guide for Fathers-to-be

The aim of this project is the implementation of the “Digital Aided Guide for Fathers-to-be” in several participating partner countries. This guide has been well established in Austria since 2004 and has evolved from a project at the Danube University Krems (Austria). In order to achieve a successful market launch, the project’s partners from Poland, the Czech Republic, Romania and the Netherlands will adopt the Austrian service according to their national cultural, social and legal circumstances.