FIS - Faculty of Information studies

FIS institutes

FIS institutes

Research activities are conducted within three research groups listed below. Research groups generate new fundamental and applied knowledge along our four key research areas. The users of our research results are the professional public, state and local authorities, international institutions, the economy and others.

Decision Support Systems Laboratory

Research at the Decision Support Systems Laboratory is focused on developing new solutions and methods for decision support (DSS, Decision Support Systems), especially in the field of multicriteria decision modeling and modeling and simulation methodologies discrete event simulation (DES), system dynamics (SD) and agent-based modeling (ABM). Applied work of the laboratory is focused on developing solutions for modeling and optimization of processes in logistics, production and services and simulation of social and organisational systems. Head: Blaž Rodič, associate professor.

Institute for Processes and Analysis

Institute carries out basic, applied, experimental and expert projects and tasks for the needs of the economy, state bodies, local government, international institutions, non-governmental organizations and others, including the professional public. The institute research program builds on and connects the areas of management and information technology and combines them with other disciplinary areas. Head: Borut Rončević, full professor.

Complex systems & Data science LAB (CODLAB)

The main goal of the Laboratory of Data Technologies is to foster data technologies in all its facets by promoting excellence in basic research, education, and society at large. Our work combines complex networks and graph theory with statistical methods, machine learning algorithms and visualization methods. We develop data technologies that support acquisition, management, modelling and use of complex data. Head: Zoran Levnajic, assistant professor.