PeWe Family

What we do?

PeWe (Personalized Web) is a research group at the Institute of Informatics and Software Engineering, Slovak University of Technology, Faculty of Informatics and Information Technologies established in 1999. It is concerned to the new trends in design, development and use of adaptive social web-based systems with semantics, which allow personalized presentation of information in various domains. Everybody interested in adaptation and personalization questions in web-based systems, adaptive, semantic and social web is welcome.

In autumn term of 2016/17 meetings will take place in the Turing Lecture Room (-1.58) at the Faculty of Informatics and Information Technologies every Thursday at 10:00. Meet-up time is 9:50.


Slovak LaTeX tutorial available on YouTube

Originally a study material for freshmen Engineering methods course, this tutorial will come handy for any Slovak speaking researcher preparing his thesis or […]


Several new greetings

We all have received new greeting from private research (Peter Gašpar & Crowdex and Martin Svrček) and from scientific conferences (RecSys 2016 – […]


Pewe Learning Café

First learning café was great experience. We discussed three imagine cup project ideas and two papers (machine learning and recommenders): [Reading] Qian Zhao, […]


SpineHero at the Researchers’ Night 2016

Our members Jakub Mačina, Jozef Staňo, Matej Leško, Jozef Gáborík are presenting SPINE HERO at the Researchers’ Night 2016:    

We were asked to pose as if we just won the competition

moderateIT participated in USWC ’16 in Copenhagen

After winning Slovak Student Startup Cup 2016, we were sent on a mission to represent Slovakia in University Startup World Cup in Copenhagen. […]


ENIC 2016 – The Third European Network Intelligence Conference

We presented our paper – Linking Multimedia to Microblogs for Metadata Extraction – on ENIC 2016. Conference programme was focused on different kind […]


My first UX study []

In my thesis, we deal with the recommendations. Personalized recommendations are widely used and very popular. However, one of the basic problems is […]


Mind-Controlled Application, Bachelor Thesis []

In my Bachelor thesis we tried to classify emotions from EEG signal captured by Emotiv EPOC device. Firstly we analyzed the methods for classification […]