Ranked number 6 in the world by US News and World Report, the Database and Information Systems Laboratory (DAIS) conducts fundamental and cutting-edge research in databases, data mining, Web mining, information retrieval, and natural language processing.
Ranked in the top programs in the world in Database and Information Systems, Illinois researchers are conducting fundamental and cutting-edge research in databases, data mining, Web mining, information retrieval, and natural language processing.
The Yahoo!-DAIS Seminar is held on Thursdays at 1 PM in 3403 SC. Students who take the DAIS Seminar for credit can miss up to two seminars. Speakers are announced on the DAIS mailing list (as are other items of interest to the DAIS community). It is quick and easy to subscribe to the DAIS mailing list.
|Jiawei Han||data mining, data warehousing, database systems, information networks|
|Kevin C. Chang||information access, data integration, ranked Query processing|
|ChengXiang Zhai||information retrievel, NLP, bioinformatics|
|Marianne Winslett||information security, scientific data management|
|Dan Roth||knowledge representation, NLP, machine learning|
|Ouri Wolfson||database systems|
|Julia Hockenmaier||computational linguistics, computational biology|
|Bryan Heidorn||information extraction, human-computer information system design|
|Thomas Anastasio||computational neuroscience|
|Mehdi Harandi||information systems|
|Yi Ma||high-dimensional data|
|Aditya Parameswaran||data management, data mining, database theory, interactive systems, crowdsourced computation|
|Hari Sundaram||social and information networks, wearable sensors, computational advertising|
|Sheng Zhong||computational biology|