The e-Lite Research Group develops intelligent technologies applied to distributed applications. The spirit of the research is integration of complex systems, based on interaction between a human user and the technology, in which the complexity gap is managed by intelligent software components.
The main current research areas are:
- Smart homes and intelligent domotic systems: integration of domotic plants, residential gateways, intelligent "domestic" agents, environmental control interfaces, formal property verification on the house status
Previous research areas, where we list the main attained results, are:
- Intelligent Web Applications, Web 2.0 and Web 3.0: search engines, classification systems, user interfaces based on intelligent algorithms and semantic elaboration techniques for new generations of web applications
- Accessibility and Technical Aids: open platform for developing computer aids for disabled persons (communication, web browsing, ...), eye-tracking and head-tracking technology for hands-free usage of the computer. In particular, we explored the adoption of Eye Tracking technologies for disabled users, in the COGAIN Network of Excellence project (now the COGAIN Association).
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