PeWe (Personalized Web) is a research group at the Institute of Informatics, Information Systems and Software Engineering, Slovak University of Technology, Faculty of Informatics and Information Technologies (FIIT STU) established in 1999. It is concerned to the new trends in design and development of adaptive social web-based systems with semantics, which allow personalized presentation of information in various domains. We concentrate on data analysis and machine learning in various domains including text mining and text processing, recommendation, user feedback analysis. For user implicit feedback we use also various sensors, mainly eyetrackers. Everybody interested in is welcome.
In spring term of 2017/18 meetings will take place every Thursday at 11:00. We have either joint seminar in Babbage Lecture Room, or three seminars on main PeWe topics:
Datalys (1.31 – software studio, 11:00),
User Experience and Interaction (3.08 – meeting room, 11:00) and
Neural Networks (4.08 – meeting room, 11:00).
Habilitation defense and habilitation lecture of to our pewe members Michal Kompan (datalys group) an Peter Lacko (neural netvorks group) will take place […]18/02/2018
Out of ten finalist of IT SPY competition, Jakub Mačina took the great 2nd place. Congratulation! IT SPY is a competition for the […]10/12/2017
December 6th, 2017 – this is not only Saint Nicholas Day, but also big day for our research group – we have new […]06/12/2017
Jakub Mačina with his master thesis “Recommendation of New Questions in Online Student Communities” was selected from more than 1800 Slovak and Czech […]19/11/2017
There is a great number of information on the Internet which is in the form of an image. Especially in online stores, images […]08/02/2018
Have you ever been curious about what those guys at CERN do? Are they producing black holes? Or creating time travel machines? Yes […]01/09/2017
Based on results presented on our student research conference IIT.SRC 2017, representative works from each category were nominated and their authors offered participation […]20/06/2017
When conversing, people tend to adjust their speech on several different dimensions to correspond the speech of their conversational partner(s). This ubiquitous tendency […]25/03/2017