The INtelligent Data Engineering Lab is part of the Informatics Institute of the University of Amsterdam. It investigates intelligent systems that support people in their work with data and information from diverse sources. This includes addressing problems related to the preparation, management, integration and reuse of data.
We perform both applied and fundamental research informed by empirical insights into data science practice. Recent topics of interest include: data management for machine learning, data search, data provenance, information integration, automated knowledge base / knowledge graph construction, and data semantics.
The lab is led by Paul Groth.
|Mar 12, 2023||We are very pleased to welcome Dr. Flavio Pileggi and Bradley Allen as guest researchers to the INDE Lab!|
|Mar 6, 2023||We’re happy to be at BTW and WU Vienna this week. Paul is giving a talk at WU Vienna about Data Curation and Debugging for Data-Centric AI. Sebastian and Madelon will attend the ML for Systems and Systems for ML workshop at BTW to talk about Provenance-based Screening of ML pipelines and Table Representation Learning, respectively.|
|Feb 17, 2023||We’re pleased to welcome Danru Xu as a new PhD student in the group. Danru will be working on the intersection of causal representation learning and multimodal data fusion.|
|Feb 7, 2023||The paper Self-Contained Entity Discovery from Captioned Videos was published at ACM TOMM! The project, led by Melika, was a collaboration between INDE Lab and the VIS Lab.|
|Jan 28, 2023||We’re pleased to welcome Erkan as a new PhD student in the group. He’ll be working on Knowledge Models and Reasoning Systems for Digital Twins.|
|Jan 27, 2023||We are hiring! We have a new PhD position in collaboration with the UvA Amsterdam Business School on Artificial Intelligence and Patterns of Influence in the Arts and Entertainment Industries. Applications are due 31 March.|
|Jan 18, 2023||Paul was part of a panel of SSP discussing definitions, challenges, risks, and opportunities on the intersection of AI and Scholarly Publishing. Read a summary here!|
|Jan 16, 2023||We’re pleased to welcome Fina Polat as a new PhD student in the group. She’ll be working on the intersection of language models and knowledge graphs.|