Prof. Carey's interests include database system architecture, data-intensive computing, information integration, middleware, distributed systems, and computer system performance evaluation.
Prof. Jain's interests combine multimedia information systems, visual computing, and intelligent systems, and include multimedia search and experiential computing for live as well as archived data.
Prof. Li's interests straddle databases and information systems, including data integration, data cleaning, data warehousing, Web search, and large-scale information processing using parallel computing.
Prof. Mehrotra's interests span various aspects of next-generation data and information management systems, including issues related to multimodality, uncertainty, data quality, heterogeneity, mobility, privacy, and security.
Prof. Venkatasubramanian's interests relate to the emerging global information infrastructure, and include distributed systems, middleware, multimedia systems and applications, and mobile applications.
Phillip Sheu (EECS)
Prof. Sheu's interests include semantic computing, object-relational data management, knowledge engineering, and their applications to areas including complex biomedical systems.
Prof. Kalashnikov's interests include data management, database systems, data mining, information quality, entity resolution, web entity search, disambiguation, spatial, spatio-temporal, moving-object databases, similarity retrieval, uncertainty in databases, streaming data and sensor databases.
Dr. Ashish's interests are primarily in data management and artificial intelligence, particularly the application of technqiues from the latter to the former.
ASTERIX Project Lead Software Engineer. Vinayak's interests include database systems, information integration, XML query processing, and data-intensive parallel computing.
Technology Manager: Dr. Davison's research interests are primarily within the domain of business continuity/disaster recovery planning, but also span such diverse topics as leadership, privacy, ethics, and information technology strategic planning.
RESCUE / SAFIRE Lead Software Engineer: Jay's interests include application of IT research to the emergency management domain.
Postdoctoral and Associated Researchers
Dr. Hore current research focuses on privacy-preservation and disclosure-control in data management, data mining and pervasive-space applications. His broader research interest spans database technology, data mining, graph theory and combinatorial optimization.