Grupos de Investigación
GAIA - Group of Intelligence Applications
We are also interested in researching new techniques for the growing field of Recommender systems, taking into consideration the personality and mood of user, as well as information from his social
network. We are pioneers on applying recommender techniques to CBT.
Grasia. Research Group on Agent-based, Social & Interdisciplinary Applications
GRASIA is the Research Group on Agent-based, Social & Interdisciplinary Applications, at Universidad Complutense Madrid (UCM). It is an interdisciplinary group with members from the Departments of Software Engineering and Artificial Intelligence and Sociology IV at UCM.
Nil. Natural Interaction based on Language
The NIL acronym (Natural Interaction based on Language) identifies a group of researchers and practitioners whose interests converge towards the development of interfaces based on language for modern day IT applications for modifying or finding information, issuing commands, or present output results in a way easy to understand.
Research Group on Implementation of Language-Driven Software and Applications
ILSA is an interdisciplinary research group that brings together lecturers and researchers from several centers and departments at Universidad Complutense de Madrid (UCM): the Computer Science School (Software Engineering and Artificial Intelligence, and Computing Systems and Computation Departments), the Arts Schools (Roman Philology, Slavic Philology and General Linguistic Department), and the Education Sciences School (Didactic and School Organization Department). The group research interests are: language-driven software development (i.e., software development using techniques borrowed from the field of design and implementation of computer languages), and application development in the fields of digital humanities and e-learning.
Ingeniería de Sistemas, Control, automática y Robótica
The ISCAR (System Engineering, Control, Automation and Robotics) Research Group is part of the Computer Architecture and Automatic Control Department at the Complutense University of Madrid (UCM). The group is installed at the core of three schools: Computer Engieniering, Phisics and Electronics.