Division of Information & Intelligent Systems
Information and Data Management (IDM)
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The Information and Data Management (IDM) Program supports research and education activities fundamental to the design, implementation, development, management, and use of databases, information retrieval, and knowledge-based systems. Topics include design methodologies, data, metadata, information, knowledge and process/event modeling, information access and interaction, information integration, knowledge discovery and visualization, and systems architecture and implementation. Research areas span web-based systems, novel data types, scientific and engineering databases, and other intelligent information systems, efficient data gathering and storage/archival, information and data organization and management, including security/privacy issues, information flow, dynamic/evolutionary systems, change maintenance, and information life-cycle management, interoperability in heterogeneous systems, highly scalable, data-intensive, and distributed/mobile information systems, and performance and quality of service issues.