Information and System Sciences

Information and System Sciences

The Information and System Sciences Area provides a home to computationally, mathematically, and technologically oriented scientists and engineers. Computer scientists, statisticians, mathematical biologists, systems neuroscientists, synthetic biologists, climate scientists, and others, this area comprises all who study “information” as a subject, who try to understand complex natural and build complex man-made “systems” (from the brain to the earth, from blockchains to microscopes), and who tackle the methodological challenges of big data.


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Krzysztof Pietrzak

AREA CHAIR

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Rita Six

AREA ADMINISTRATOR


Faculty

 

DISTRIBUTED ALGORITHMS AND SYSTEMS

Computer Science Data Science

EVOLUTIONARY GENETICS

Data Science Evolution & Ecology Mathematics

COMPUTER GRAPHICS AND DIGITAL FABRICATION

Computer Science Data Science

COMPUTER-AIDED VERIFICATION, GAME THEORY

Computer Science

SYSTEMS NEUROSCIENCE

Neuroscience

HIGH-RESOLUTION OPTICAL IMAGING FOR BIOLOGY

Cell Biology Neuroscience Physics

ALGORITHMS, COMPUTATIONAL GEOMETRY, AND COMPUTATIONAL TOPOLOGY

Computer Science Mathematics

SYSTEMS AND SYNTHETIC BIOLOGY OF GENETIC NETWORKS

Cell Biology Data Science Evolution & Ecology

DESIGN AND ANALYSIS OF CONCURRENT AND EMBEDDED SYSTEMS

Computer Science

NEUROETHOLOGY

Neuroscience

SECURE, PRIVATE, AND DECENTRALIZED SYSTEMS (SPIDERS)

Computer Science

DISCRETE OPTIMIZATION

Computer Science

EVOLUTIONARY GENOMICS

Cell Biology Evolution & Ecology

MACHINE LEARNING AND COMPUTER VISION

Computer Science Data Science

DATA SCIENCE, MACHINE LEARNING, AND INFORMATION THEORY

Computer Science Data Science

ATMOSPHERE AND OCEAN DYNAMICS

Data Science Earth Science

CRYPTOGRAPHY

Computer Science

MEDICAL GENOMICS

Data Science Evolution & Ecology

INFORMATION PROCESSING IN BIOLOGICAL SYSTEMS

Cell Biology Data Science Evolution & Ecology Neuroscience Physics

COMPUTATIONAL NEUROSCIENCE AND NEUROTHEORY

Data Science Neuroscience

DISCRETE AND COMPUTATIONAL GEOMETRY AND TOPOLOGY

Computer Science Mathematics

COMPUTER GRAPHICS AND PHYSICS SIMULATION

Computer Science Data Science


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